BRADFORD (Park Avenue) play in their first-ever cup final on Monday as they face Farsley Juniors First in the West Riding County Women's League Cup.

Despite their divisional difference, this should be a good match at Woodlesford between top-flight Avenue and third-tier Farsley, who won all 18 matches in winning the Division Two title.

After the original Farsley team disbanded in 2007, several players joined the fledgling Bradford Park Avenue, whose line-up included Keeley Totti, now playing for Farsley, and Sammy O'Brien, who is still at Bradford.

Added spice comes from the fact that other players have played for both clubs. Kick-off at Fleet Lane is at 2pm.

The final is preceded by the League Shield final at 11am, an all-Premier Division tie between Brighouse Athletic and Middleton Athletic.

Hepworth United are Premier Division champions after a 2-0 victory at second-placed Yorkshire Amateur. Abby Iggleden scored early on, then added a second direct from a free-kick in the eighth minute of injury time.

On Sunday, Silsden have their final Supplementary Cup group game, in which a win against Dewsbury Rangers will see them top Group C.

National League fixtures include Guiseley at Blackburn Rovers' Irongate ground in the Northern Premier and a Division One derby between Leeds United and Brighouse Town at Thorp Arch.

Guiseley are looking to bounce back from their 3-2 County Cup final defeat to Brighouse Town.

Vixens' Beth Stansfield put away an early penalty but Guiseley took their foot off the pedal and just before the break a goalmouth scramble allowed Annabelle Cass to bundle the ball over the line.

Town's Lavinia Nkomo scored a quick break on the hour mark, effectively ending the holders' hopes of retaining the cup, though Ellie Casper did pull one back and Brighouse withstood some late pressure.