A STRONG Salts side dumped last season’s runners up Calverley United out of the Bradford FA Saturday Senior Cup in Round Two with a fine 4-2 victory.

Despite pushing their visitors all the way, Calverley lost out, with Josh Eastwood, Joe Pleasance and Sam Waterhouse, plus an own goal, all netting for Salts.

Meanwhile, Field’s defence of the cup was put on hold, after Idle Cricket Club, the ground of opponents Prospect, was unavailable due to the erection of a new 5G mobile phone mast at the ground.

Wibsey, winners in 2018, took a giant step towards the next round with Daniel O’Donnell netting a brace, complemented by one each from Ethan Lasad and Jonathon Burston, as they beat their hosts Hunsworth 4-0.

A single goal from Steve Phillips gave Grangefield a narrow 1-0 victory at Field Reserves, while Idle’s tie against Thackley Under-19s was postponed as their ground was waterlogged.

There were goals galore in Round Two of the Sunday Senior Cup.

Bradford Moor YSA led the way with an 11-0 home victory against Prospect (Sunday). Mohammed Zakariyah Khan hit five, while Mohammed Ismaeel and Hassan Khan each grabbed a brace.

Peacock Bar’s Darren Fothergill scored a double hat-trick as they accounted for FC Dog and Gun 8-0, with James Leadbeater and Harry Vaux also on target.

There was nine goals in the amazing game between Heaton Athletic and Olympic, with Steve Hollingsworth netting a treble for Olympic in their 5-4 victory.

Garden Shed were the top scorers in the Sunday Cup with an 8-1 home win against Salts (Sunday) Reserves. Jason Pattison struck a treble, alongside two from Ryan Murgatroyd, and one each from Anton Ball, Jack Rochester, and Jordan Mortimer,

Delius FC were also among the goals with a 6-1 victory away to AFC Prince of Wales, with Sal Khan leading the way with three.

Finally, goals from Ben Binns and Bongzi Marron gave Beldon Oddies a 2-1 success at Clayton Albion.