THERE were plenty of goals but no big shocks as the early rounds of the Bradford & District FA Saturday Senior Cup got under way, with Salts’ first team sprinkling their magic in a huge victory.

They won 10-0 in their First Round fixture at St Bede’s Old Boys Reserves. Leading the way for Salts with hat-tricks were Jermaine Ramsden and Connor Erangey.

There was also a brace from Lewis Morgan, and one each from Joe Pleasance and Harry Naylor.

Elsewhere, a young Tyersal side were well beaten 5-1 at home by Grangefield Old Boys. Tyersal were actually leading at half-time with a goal from Adam Acalack, but were unable to capitalise on their lead.

Two goals from Chris Parr, and one each by Josh Spencer, Steve Philips and Sean Gaunt saw the Old Boys run out comfortable winners.

Thackley’s U19 side eased into the second round with a 6-2 home win against Salts 4ths Craven. Owen Murphy got four for the hosts, while Asa Mitchell and Alex Marsh also hit the target.

Mat Murphy replied for the visitors, who also benefitted from a Thackley own goal.

Field Reserves edged out Salts 3rds Craven with a 4-2 success. Danny Softly netted a pair of goals, which were added to with a goal each from Levi Pedder and Callum Parkinson. Sam Boldy and Joe Heartfield replied for Salts.

Fairbank United and Toller, who both had a bye from Round One, met in Round Two, with visitors Toller edging out their hosts with a 3-2 win.

Hassan Ali and Dambo Mamudon scored for Fairbank but two goals from Kamran Khan, and one from Brendan Maltby, won it for Toller.

Finally, Salts Reserves against St Bede’s ended all square at 3-3 after 90 minutes, before Salts won the penalty shootout 5-3.

Earlier, Gareth Gott, Jacob Seward and Nathan Hartley netted for Salts, whilst Nathan Hurfault, Alex Green and James Parkington were on target for the Old Boys.

Meanwhile, in Division One of the Yorkshire Amateur League, two sides that had not yet registered a point met on Saturday, with a young Athletico Reserves side emerging as surprisingly emphatic 6-0 winners over Farsley Celtic Reserves.

Farsley sink to the bottom, while Athletico go eighth. Mazen Chalifa, Hussain Mohammed and Basiru Jadama both scored twice, while Mazen Chalifa and Zeeshan Haider also netted.

In Division Two, Prospect went fifth with a 4-1 home win over lowly Sandal Wanderers. Winger Aballah Hayden opened the scoring for Prospect, who doubled their lead through a Kyle Shah penalty.

Star centre forward Karl Ferguson then netted twice to make it 4-0, before Wanderers got a late consolation.