THERE was a Bradford district derby in the West Riding County Cup First Round last night, and it was Liversedge who emerged with a thrilling 3-2 home win over Campion.

Roy Fogarty scored twice in three minutes during Sedge's first half blitz, which proved enough to put the Toolstation Northern Counties East League Premier Division side into the next round.

Marc Lumb put the hosts ahead after seven minutes but Campion, who are in the tier below, bounced back quickly with a Laurence Sorhaindo equaliser.

Fogarty put Sedge back in front after 22 minutes, before adding another almost immediately to give the hosts a two-goal cushion heading into the break.

Campion grew into the game more in the second half and scored just before the hour mark through Alex Cusack to halve the deficit.

They failed to put away any more chances though, as their valiant comeback attempt came up short.

Elsewhere, Albion Sports lost a topsy-turvy encounter on penalties at Goole AFC. Alhassane Keita and Christian Soda gave the visitors a strong start, putting them 2-0 up inside 20 minutes.

Goole levelled matters before the break, before going ahead for the first time on 57 minutes. Asif Hussain scored a late free-kick to equalise for Albion, but they were beaten 4-3 in the shootout.

Eccleshill United were also knocked out after losing 3-1 at Tadcaster Albion. Jake Thompson had netted a first half equaliser, but the Eagles found themselves a goal behind at the break, before a late strike finished them off.

A Reece Lyndon red card proved vital as Silsden lost 2-0 to their Hallmark Security League Premier Division rivals Barnoldswick Town.

The Cobbydalers man was dismissed after chopping down Mark Threlfall and almost immediately, Marc Young put Barnoldswick in front with a bullet header.

Town made it two through a Shaun Airey header straight after the break and saw the rest of the game out comfortably.

Finally, Brighouse Town were in County Cup action on Monday. Zephaniah Thomas' early brace was complemented by second half strikes from Rhys Jenkinson and Gabriel Johnson as they eased to a 4-0 home win over Garforth Town.