WEST BOWLING moved into the last 16 of the West Riding County FA Sunday Cup with an emphatic 12-1 win over FC Horsforth Saints.

The game had been switched to Emsleys Rec from Horsforth and the pitch held up well following recent downpours.

After 16 minutes Bowling opened the scoring when a combination of passes between Paul Hague and Wayne Sparkes saw Joe Jagger make no mistake with a fine shot.

Bowling had to wait until the 34th minute for the next goal but then three came within five minutes.

Adam Jordan passed the ball down the line to Jackson Smith, whose cross was volleyed home by Sparkes.

Gary Naylor then stepped up from defence and hit a screamer into the top corner before Sparkes set up leading scorer Jagger to volley home as the hosts went in 4-0 up at half-time.

The floodgates opened even wider in the second period, Jagger scoring three goals in quick succession, the best being a flick and volley after a long ball from keeper Ash Onitiri.

Man of the match Sparkes, with five assists to his name, completed his hat-trick, and Callum Wheatley smashed a shot in before FC Horsforth got a consolation through Oliver Boggs.

Jagger claimed his sixth goal before 17-year-old Jackson Smith made it a dozen for the Alliance side.

Among other Alliance representation in the County FA Sunday Cup were Wrose Bull, who lost 4-2 at home to FC Walkers Hounds. Tom Rsyzkowski and Andy Howland were on target for the hosts.

In the Championship, AFC Titans were five goals down at the interval at home to Prospect after a hat-trick by James Farrell and a brace by Gary Sutherland.

Jordan Farrell and Tristan Innes added to the scoresheet after the break, with goals from Paul Hickey and Ben Mcardle providing consolation for Titans in a 7-2 result.

Leaders Keighley Town are still in pole position after another emphatic win, beating Rattlers 6-3.

In Division One, second-placed Beldon Oddies kept up the pressure at the top with an 8-2 thrashing of Bolton Woods Socials.

FC Dog and Gun enjoyed the same result at Eccleshill Punjab with Paul Hughes hitting a hat-trick and Elliott Yates bagging a brace.

Mill Lane top Division Two after thrashing rock-bottom Malt Kiln United 13-1, while second-placed Throstle Nest United lost 5-4 at home to Beldon Oddies Reserves. William Wilson hit a brace for the home team while Carl Hemingborough did the same for Beldon.

Clayton Albion remain in pole position in Division Three after a 5-0 win over Undercliffe.

They are five points ahead of White Hart, who beat Black Swan 4-1.

Tyersal Reserves' recent run of good form ended when they hit a blank at home to Royal Clayton, going down 2-0 as Dominic Foy bagged a brace.