THERE was a limited number of West Riding County Women's League games last weekend but plenty of local interest, including two derbies.

Bradford (Park Avenue) won 3-1 at Silsden, and Tyersal wrapped up a difficult season with a 2-0 loss at Thackley.

A nervous first half saw Silsden shooting wide several times before Vic Moore gave Bradford the advantage on the stroke of half-time with a fine header.

After Elly Field grabbed an equaliser, stand-in keeper Nic Chamberlain made several good saves. Then Nat Bell hit the woodwork twice before scoring a well-deserved brace.

Avenue's victory sees them up to fifth in the Premier Division but the Cobbydalers are left facing relegation as they host Brighouse Athletic on Friday under the Keighley Road lights.

Thackley's win lifts them to the top of the First Division table.

Farsley Juniors Reserves put in their performance of the season to finish fourth in the Second Division, Tamar Hall and Renee Wadsworth securing a 2-0 win against Leeds United Development.

Meanwhile, Bradford (Park Avenue) now know their opponents in the League Cup final, to be played on Monday, May 6 at Woodlesford.

Despite an excellent performance from Brayton Belles, Farsley Junior Firsts won 3-1 in their semi-final, with goals from Shauna Hill, Cam Clarke and Kim Clydesdale.

Avenue reached the final last month after beating Lower Hopton on penalties.

An amazing performance by Brighouse Athletic saw off previously-unbeaten Ripon comfortably to reach the League Shield final.

Two goals from Sarah Hemingway, a 20-yard lob from Melissa Griffiths and an own goal sealed the 4-0 victory.

Farsley Celtic won their North East Regional League game with York City 3-2, with goals from Rach White, Jordan Cheetham and Helen Moreton.

In the National League, Huddersfield Town beat second-placed Sunderland 2-1, Lucy Sowerby with the winning goal.

Leeds United take on Guiseley Vixens in the second semi-final of the West Riding County Cup tomorrow (7.30pm) at Woodlesford, with the winner due to play Brighouse Town on April 30.