MORE than 100 people attended Ilkley's drew 1-1 with Skipton in a first West Riding County league game at Ben Rhydding.

A believed Division One record of 112 helped raise £300 for Manorlands and the Motor Neurone Disease Association.

On the pitch, skipper Hannah Spivey's superb free-kick put Ilkley ahead in the second half.

A speculative Skipton shot sank slowly over the line to see the points shared, meaning the hosts fall further behind league toppers Farsley Junior Reserves.

Farsley extended their lead to six points after beating Boroughbridge 5-0.

Leane Farrell bagged a brace while Kirsty Dwyer was also on the scoresheet.

Henna Shaheen's hat-trick denied Tyersal, who only had 10 players for most of the match, a chance to move off the foot of the table handing them a 4-1 defeat.

It took until the half hour mark for Phoenix to break down the injury-ravaged visitors but once Shaheen netted there was no stopping her.

The forward's first was an outstanding goal from wide while she added a further two finishes before the break.

Phoenix' Sanah Razaq had a good game, returning to the side after a long lay-off due to injury.

Aksa Khanum completed the scoring for hosts in the second period with a looping volley.

Sarah Opie scored a well-deserved consolation for Tyersal 10 minutes from the end.

In the Premier Division, Thackley smashed Silsden 6-0, with goals from Lois Cooper (3), Megan Butterworth (2) and Annie Nicol.

However, Thackley Reserves suffered the opposing fate with a 6-1 defeat at Second Division leaders Hemsworth, with Charlotte Hill on target. in the 29th minute.

Farsley Celtic remain unbeaten in the Regional Premier as Jamie-Lea Smith scored a fine solo goal in their 1-0 win over Wallsend.