In a limited Easter programme, Silsden made it two wins from two in the West Riding County Women's League Supplementary Cup with a 3-0 win at home to Skipton Town.

Elly Field (2) and Aaliyah Bingham were on target to earn local bragging rights for the Cobbydalers.

Skipton did have shots on target but keeper Rebecca Seward kept a clean sheet.

Silsden's away game with joint leaders Republica Internationale at Scott Hall Road on Sunday will decide the winners of Group C.

Phoenix have one more game in Group A, and avoiding defeat at Thackley Reserves' Apperley Lane pitch will see them finish top and through to the knock-out stage.

Meanwhile, Bradford (Park Avenue) conclude their Premier Division games with an away fixture against Wetherby Athletic at Lodge Lane on Sunday.

Bradford are hoping to finish on a high after recent disappointing results.

Huddersfield Town have had mixed fortunes in their National League Northern Premier games.

They were 2-0 down after 20 minutes at Derby but there were no further goals until Charley Evans' late consolation. They also lost 4-0 at Northern Premier champions Blackburn.

However, Town recorded a dominant 6-0 victory over Nottingham Forest through Kate Mallin (2), Lucy Sowerby, Laura Elford, Ellie White and a debut goal from Lucy Roberts.

The Terriers look forward to the visit of Guiseley on Sunday in what promises to be a hotly-contested West Yorkshire derby.

The Vixens have another big game on Tuesday, April 30 at Fleet Lane (7.30pm), when they play Brighouse Town in the final of the West Riding County Cup.

Bradford City Women don't return to action until May 1 when they host runaway leaders Blackburn.