A BRADFORD City Girls side booked themselves a place in a cup final after a tight semi-final victory.

The Bantams U14s team triumphed in their West Riding Junior Trophy last-four tie against Wigton Moor, beating them 2-1.

It is fellow local side Guiseley who they'll face in the final, with a date and venue set to be announced in the future.

There were no local fixtures throughout all three divisions of the West Riding County Women's Football League due to a mixture of postponements and no scheduled ties.

Instead, the likes of Bradford (Park Avenue) and Phoenix took part in the second International Women's Day Tournament at Manningham Sports' Centre where small-side football teams were pitted against each other.

Avenue brought their A-game with a squad made up of Liv Duxbury, Aimee Foster, Alice McUrich, Sophie Mitchell, Jade Nelson and Millie West.

They ran out runners up to the interestingly named Spongebob Football Pants.

Saturday's event also involved Bradford College FC and the Desi Divas.

The two fixtures that did go ahead across the league had little impact on local sides.

In the Premier Division, bottom-placed Middleton Athletic lost 3-2 to Leeds Medics & Dentists which means they remain one point behind Silsden in ninth and they have used up one of their four games in hand.

Down in the second division, Pontefract Sports & Social climbed away from the threat of relegation and within three points of Thackley Reserves in seventh, with a 6-1 win at Garforth Rangers who sit bottom with one win to their name.

There are several local sides involved in FA Women's National League fixtures tomorrow evening.

One of which are Division One North Brighouse Town who travel to play a mid-table Bolton side.

Second-placed Brighouse will hope to strengthen their promotion bid with a victory, particularly with neither third or fourth playing in mid-week.