FAIRBANK United upset the odds to squeeze through on penalties and book their place in the semi-final of the Yorkshire Amateur League Hancock Cup.

Fairbank found themselves a goal down going into the last five minutes against Championship side Golcar United after a Craig Cartwright double.

However, Shoaib Hussain's header, adding to Imam Asim Hussain's early strike, took the tie to penalties.

Harris Khan was the shootout hero saving three penalties to secure the Division One side's first last four appearance in any cup competition for seven years.

Horsforth St Margaret's smashed their way to a 9-0 win over Alwoodley in the quarter-final of the Marflitt Trophy.

Sean Fitzpatrick and Jamel Stewart each bagged three while Joe Tasker, Callum Walker and Luke Norman also netted.

Margaret's will face Ryburn United in the semis of the tournament.

The poor wet weather conditions led to only two matches being on in the Supreme Division.

The honours were shared in a fierce local derby between Athletico and Toller.

The away team raced into a two goal lead with strikes from Matty Addy and Brendan Maltby before the hosts pulled one back before half time.

A controversial equaliser, when the Atletico number nine was deemed by many as offside, meant each team ended the contest with a point.

Route One Rovers played out an entertaining 3-3 draw with Leeds Medics & Dentists.

The visitors took a two goal lead into the break with a trio of finishes cancelling out Zak Khan's goal.

Shoaib Iqbal and Haseeb Ahmed were the saviours for Rovers as they rescued a point in the grim conditions.

In Premier action, Wibsey's encounter at Morley Town was abandoned 47 minutes in due to extreme winds.

At the time the hosts were two goals to the good after Greg Robinson and Kyle Walker were on target.

St Bedes were well beaten 5-2 against fellow challengers Ealandians.

Andy Hudson, Jamie Keegan, James Parkinson and Joe McDonald all got on the scoresheet before Sam Marshall and Jermaine Moyce halved the deficit.

Hudson grabbed a brace to seal the three points for the visitors who overtake Bedes into third.

A Zubair Khan hat-trick gained PFC a brilliant 5-2 victory against league chasers Beeston Juniors.

Danny Williams and Iby Farooq were the other scorers for the hosts who move into fourth.

In the Bradford Sunday Alliance, only two games passed the various pitch inspections.

Championship side Peacock Bar hammered relegation strugglers FC Dog & Gun 5-0 to jump up to seventh.

Elsewhere, Esholt were beaten 3-1 by Division 3 toppers Beldon Oddies Reserves who now lead Royal Clayton by one point.

Tom Thackray's goal was the positive in what was a dismal afternoon for Esholt.