The West Riding County Amateur League clash between bottom two Lepton Highlanders and Toller FC went the way of the Bradford side, who won 2-1 with goals from Ata Ahmed and Akif Khan, Mark Godley scoring for Lepton in the first half.

Toller's victory has lifted them above both Ovenden West Riding and PFC, whose games against Bradford Olympic and Littletown were postponed.

In the only other league game scheduled, TVR United and Steeton Reserves shared an amazing 14 goals.

TVR came out on top with a 9-5 victory as Asif Iqbal, with four, and Faisal Shabir, with two, led the way.

Ibrahim Najeh, Zak Khan and substitute Danny Hussain also scored, while Casey Douthwaite (2), Greg Hudson, Ryan Walker and Jack Morrall were on target for Steeton.

The hopes of the league having all their three representatives progress in the West Riding County FA Challenge Cup were dashed when only Golcar United made it into the next round.

Esholt-based Route One Rovers travelled to West Yorkshire League Division One side Featherstone Colliery, but were edged out 2-1.

Shoaib Iqbal netted for Route One in the first half to level the scores after Joe Colley had given the home side the lead, before Leon Leake scored the vital second goal for Featherstone.

Lower Hopton struggled in the first half of their tie away to York Minster Engineering League side Church Fenton, and were three goals adrift at half-time.

A better second half, with strikes from Declan James, Matthew Shaw and Jacob Doughty, brought Hopton level by the end of normal time, only for the home side to win the penalty shoot-out 3-0.

Golcar striker Buddy Cox netted a goal in each half as his team beat local Huddersfield League side Heywood Irish Centre 2-0.