BRADFORD & District FA Saturday Senior Cup holders Field were made to work hard to reach this season's semi-finals.

They appeared to be easing their way into the last four at Salts Reserves when two goals from Liam Charles, one of them from the penalty spot, gave them a 2-0 half-time lead.

But the hosts rallied in the second half and reduced the arrears through Joe Storey. Field sub Danny Farrar restored the visitors' two-goal advantage but Salts refused to be beaten and Joe’s brother Tom Storey scored to put his side back into the game. However, their hopes were hit when goalkeeper Danny Bailey was dismissed for handling outside his area and they were unable to find an equaliser.

Salts first team and visitors Campion Reserves were evenly matched and only a few clear-cut chances were created until Ross Barraclough broke the deadlock for the hosts midway through the second half.

Campion stepped up the pace but were denied by a resolute Salts defence as the game ended 1-0.

Toller FC advanced into the last four with a convincing 5-1 victory at home to Grangefield.

Kamran Khan bagged a treble and Luke Hepton a double for the winners, for whom Matty Schofield produced a man of the match display. Stevie Phillips scored a consolation for Grangefield.

The second round tie between Idle and Thackley under-19s was postponed for the second time after Idle's ground was again waterlogged.

Meanwhile, Bradford FA Sunday Senior Cup holders Westwood were held up in their attempt to reach the last four in this season's competition when their home tie against AFC Wibsey was postponed due to the wet weather.

Olympic's clash at home to West Bowling was switched to Emsley's Rec due to a waterlogged pitch at Eccleshill.

The reversal of the fixture did Olympic no favours as last season's beaten finalists Bowling ran out comfortable 4-1 winners, with two goals from Karl Fawcett and one each by Tom Skelly and John May.

Tyersal (Sunday) also had a comfortable passage into the next phase, with goals from Ryan Pogson (2) and Bradley Knowles in their 3-1 win at Peacock Bar.

The other scheduled fixture between Bradford Moor YSA and Shipley Town was postponed.

Three of the scheduled five ties in the Bradford FA Sunday Cup went ahead as Garden Shed, with goals from Tom Jeffs, Anthony Ball and Joe Fitzpatrick, beat their hosts Bolton Woods Social 3-1.

Great Horton and visitors Hunsworth (Sunday) enjoyed a seven-goal thriller, which the home side won with strikes from Oliver Penn, Jamie Marshall and Simon Emery, plus an own goal.

Mat Billion, Dave Glover and Ben Lodge replied for Hunsworth.

FC Mill Lane edged out their opponents Delius FC 3-2 to reach the next round.

The two postponed games between RisLondon v Eccleshill Lane Ends and the Beldon Oddies v Salts U18s will be rescheduled for next month.