THERE was a very limited programme of local women's football last weekend, with both the North East Regional League and West Riding County Leagues both suspending their matches, plus unavailability of grounds for Bradford City Women and Brighouse Town.

Saturday morning saw Queensbury Celtic U18s chalk up a second Yorkshire League win, as they ran out 5-2 winners away at Bishopthorpe White Rose.

Goals from Jess Maurice and Sophie Dyson gave Celtic a 2-0 lead at half-time.

Two goals from Elisha Waters put the visitors firmly in control, before a penalty save and two quick goals for Bishopthorpe kept the contest interesting, before Elisha completed her hat-trick to put the game to bed.

Bradford City Women's Reserves did play, however, but they lost 5-0 to Chorley. They went into the break 3-0 down.

City were forced to play the second half with 10 players, but did play well, battling the heavy pitch and windy conditions.

Elsewhere, Huddersfield Town lost 4-2 away to West Bromwich in a Northern Premier mid-table game.

After the Baggies had taken the lead, Lucy Sowerby and Vicky Abbott brought the Terriers back to a 2-1 lead just before half-time.

However, Albion came out fighting for the second half, resulting in two headed goals. As Town became stretched, Albion pounced, sending a fourth past keeper Lauren Joyce.

In National One, Leeds beat Durham Cestria 2-0.

A fast-paced first half remained scoreless, but Holly Findlay's header and a strike from skipper Bridie Hannon sealed a convincing win.

Bradford City u16 girls are through to the West Riding County final after a hard-fought 1-0 win against Brighouse Juniors' u15 Alpha team.

Meanwhile, the County u14 Trophy Final - on hold due to the Coronavirus outbreak - is due to feature City's u13s and their u14s, after both won their semi-finals.

The u13s saw off Wigton Moor Wolves 4-1, but the u14 side won 3-2 on penalties against Battyeford after the sides were tied at 2-2 after extra time.