AMY Woodruff hit a hat-trick as Brighouse Town Women romped to a 4-0 win at Chorley in the FA Women's National League Division One North.

Down at local level, there were mixed results for Ilkley Town and Phoenix, who both played Premier Division opposition in the West Riding County Women's Football League League Cup.

After taking an early lead, Harrogate Railway were out-fought and out-run by Ilkley. Becky Gill's corner led to Hannah Spivey’s equaliser, with Town going on to win 3-1.

Phoenix’s defence held out for 35 minutes before Ripon City took a 2-0 lead into the break.

Phoenix did come close to scoring twice, Husnaa Zaman hitting the post early in the second half, but Ripon went through 6-0.

Brighouse Sports did win though, thumping West End Terriers 8-2. Leanne Smith netted a hat-trick for them.

In their delayed FA Cup tie, Farsley Celtic Juniors narrowly lost 2-1 to Warrington Wolves.

Farsley, who had several players missing, were in the lead at half-time thanks to Sarah Lawn, but a penalty and a mistake ended up being the difference, as Warrington went through.

In WRCWFL Premier Division action, Silsden lost 8-2 away to leaders Brayton Belles after a disappointing performance. The Dragons’ scorers were Megan Robson-Owens and Tasha Marsh.

Meanwhile, Thackley were drawing 1-1 at half-time away to Wetherby Athletic, before a superb second half saw them win 4-1.

After a good spell of possession, Annie Nicol put the Dennygirls back in the lead on the hour mark, followed by Megan Butterworth’s second of the day. An Abbie Thompson header completed the scoring.

Thackley’s Reserves lost 1-0 to Farsley Celtic Juniors Development in the Second Division. Thackley had more of the possession but were unable to find the net.

A great team performance saw Skipton Town win their First Division game 4-0 away to Republica Internationale, with braces from Bethany Bancroft and Emily Throup.

In Division One of the Yorkshire U18 Girls League, Bradford City FITC won 4-1 at Horsforth.

Queensbury Celtic put in an impressive performance to beat Division Two South newcomers Skipton Juniors. The final tally was 13-0, with goals from Elisha Waters (5), Katie Waters (4) and Shoanna Clark (4).