SKIPTON Town raised £306 for local meningitis sufferer Luke Mortimer and his family in their match with Huddersfield Amateur.

On the pitch, the hosts were 5-2 victors as they moved up to fifth in the West Riding First Division.

Skipton raced to a four goal lead at the break before Huddersfield added two of their own through Lily Carson and captain Rachael Graham-Martin.

Jess Ogden (2), Holly Morgan, skipper Alex Heyworth and Corina Riley were all on the scoresheet for Town.

There was no letup for Tyersal, who suffered their eighth defeat in as many games, as they threw away a two goal advantage to grant third-placed Ilkley Town a 5-2 win.

Sarah Opie scored the first of two to put the Robins ahead before Hannah Spivey converted a penalty just before half time to half the deficit.

A Heather Fisher-Pedley hat-trick along with a Daily Taylor finish allowed the visitors to capture the three points.

In the Second Division, goals from Lucy Turner and Nicky Davies were not enough for Thackley reserves as they were downed 6-2 at Pontefract.

Farsley Celtic Juniors Ladies Development cruised to a 2-0 win over West End Terriers

Chloë Rossiter and Lauren Rigby were on target for Celtic.

Farsley Celtic Juniors missed out on a place in the West Riding County Cup semi finals by losing out 3-1 to Harrogate Town Katie Platts' opener made believe that a shock might be on the cards against a team two divisions above Celtic.

However, North East Regional leaders Harrogate Town battled hard and netted a trio to book their place in the next round.

Elsewhere, Queensbury Celtic U18s recorded their first points of the season with a 3-0 win at Guiseley.

Shoanna Clark and Elisha Water were on the scoresheet helping Queensbury leave the foot of the Yorkshire U18 league table.

Next week, Thackley host Farsley while Tyersal desperately need points at home to Ossett Reserves.