THE West Riding County Women's Football League League Cup finalists were finally decided after holders Farsley Celtic Juniors won 4-2 at Yorkshire Amateur and Brighouse Athletic had a 2-1 victory over Leeds United's under-21 side.

Brighouse came from behind, with two goals from player of the match Leanne Smith securing their place in the final, while Farsley were grateful for Jasmin Cooper's brace in their victory.

In the League Shield final on May 8, Silsden will be playing Middleton Athletic, after the latter beat Ossett United Reserves 1-0 in the semis.

Silsden have failed to carry their Shield momentum into league performances, and remain bottom of the Premier Division after a 4-0 loss at Lower Hopton. Thackley remain fifth after losing 5-3 at Leeds Medics and Dentists.

First Division leaders Ilkley Town struggled at a dominant Huddersfield Amateur, but managed a 1-1 draw after Hannah Spivey scored a late equaliser.

Phoenix had Henna Shaheen on target, but lost 7-1 at Farsley's reserves, who are now snapping at the heels of Ilkley.

An under-strength Tyersal put in a good effort, but their nine-man team went down 13-0 at Skipton Town.

In the Second Division, Thackley Reserves put in an improved performance to draw 2-2 at Amaranth Crossgates. A positive attitude led to goals from Janine Crosby and Meg Howell, but the team switched off to allow their opponents to snatch a point.

Leeds United's eight-game unbeaten run came to an end at Brighouse Town in the FA Women's National League Division One North.

With less than five minutes to go, Arianne Parnham hit the bar, but Charlotte Proud netted the rebound to see Town to a 1-0 win.

Finally, Queensbury Celtic Under-18s went out of the Yorkshire League Cup to Rawcliffe after a 3-1 defeat.

Elisha White scored for Queensbury and her side threw everything at their opponents to try and equalise late on, but they were caught on the counter as Rawcliffe sealed victory.