CAMPION, Salts, Steeton and Thornton United are all through to the third round of the West Riding County FA Challenge Cup.

Matthias Britton, Chris Helliwell, Jahro Parchment and Josh Finan were on target for Campion in their 4-0 victory at Halifax League side Sowerby United.

Salts returned from Waddington, near Clitheroe, with a 4-2 win courtesy of strikes from Deroy White, Brandon Hamilton, Adam Hartley and Ross Barraclough, with John Lloyd scoring both goals for the hosts.

Steeton also hit the goal trail as Ben Clarkson's brace, assisted by Sam Rooke and a Michael Rhodes penalty, helped them win 4-1 at Knaresborough Town Reserves.

Thornton United and Rothwell ended the first 90 minutes goalless before Thornton clinched the penalty shootout 5-4.

Meanwhile, Lower Hopton and Route One Rovers both bowed out of the competition.

Hopton twice held a goal advantage against West Yorkshire rivals Ilkley Town before losing 6-5 on penalties.

Rovers failed to capitalise on home advantage against Aberford Albion, despite goals from Awais Khan and Hasan Ali, and lost 3-2.

Five of the West Riding County Amateur League's nine teams playing in the second round of the West Riding County FA Challenge Trophy reached the next phase.

John Booth scored four goals for Ovenden West Riding – which, with efforts from Scott Eastwood and Andy Bailey, gave them a 6-2 victory over Huddersfield League opponents Cask.

Golcar United Reserves, with braces from Gavin Armitage and Toby Farrington, beat Woodkirk Valley 4-2, while Unita had a comfortable 6-2 win at Otley Town Reserves.

Overthorpe Sports Club, with strikes from Tim Clark, James and Kristian Angus, accounted for Craven League side Cowling 3-0.

Salts Reserves went through without playing after finding out late last week that opponents AFC Horsforth Reserves had withdrawn.

Hunsworth were held to a 3-3 draw at home to Shire Academics before losing 5-4 in the penalty shoot-out, while Steeton Reserves had Mark McGee on target at Beeston St Anthony Reserves but it was not sufficient to save them from a 2-1 defeat.

In domestic league action, two wins and a draw have lifted Wibsey up to sixth in the Premier Division, their latest victory – 5-3 at home to Lepton Highlanders – dropping the Huddersfield side to the foot of the table.

Two goals each from Daniel O'Donnell and Damian Harland, plus one by Lee Smith, did the job for Wibsey.

Littletown lifted themselves into the top half of the table with a 4-3 home victory against DRAM Community.

Joe Jagger (2), Aiden Schofield and Patrick Sykes were on target for the Heckmondwike team, while Leigh Miller, Brandon Smith and Tebo M'Pala responded.

Britannia Sports and Wakefield City shared four goals in a 2-2 draw.