BRIGHOUSE Town and Newcastle United played out an entertaining FA Cup Second Round tie at a windy St. Giles Road, and it was the West Yorkshire outfit who won 3-0 after extra time.

Town’s goalkeeper Carrie Simpson made a good save early doors, with Newcastle striking the rebound off the post.

But it was a quiet first half otherwise, with an Ellie White snapshot over the bar the closest the home side got to breaking the deadlock.

Brighouse got more into the game after the interval.

Annabelle Cass put the ball wide after a great run from man of the match Drew Greene, while she also shot just over with 10 minutes to go.

That left the FA Women's National League Division One North rivals facing a gruelling period of extra-time, but it was Brighouse who made the early move.

Substitute Amy Woodruff ran on to a ball over the top, shrugged off the chasing defender, and smashed the ball into the top corner.

This was the catalyst for the second goal, which came just four minutes later.

Greene ran down the left channel, cut inside and buried a cool finish into the bottom right-hand corner.

With four minutes left of extra-time, Cass nearly made it three, but she fired just wide from the edge of the box.

That miss proved irrelevant though, as Woodruff wrapped up the tie once and for all moments later.

She was played through one on one, and kept her cool by blasting another shot into the roof of the net.

It is a quick turnaround for the “Orange Army”, as on Sunday they have their FA Cup Third Round tie against Huddersfield Town, to be played at the Terriers' Stafflex Arena behind closed doors.

Fans are able to follow the game on Huddersfield’s YouTube channel.

It will be a tough ask, with Huddersfield top of the league above Brighouse before it was declared null and void last month.

Meanwhile, Brighouse Sports entertain Yorkshire Amateur and Farsley Celtic Juniors Reserves take on Ossett United Reserves in their first West Riding County Women's Football League Invitational Cup Group A games.

Group B games include Ilkley Town v Ripon City and Skipton Town v Harrogate Railway. Unfortunately spectators are not allowed under current guidelines.

None of the Bradford teams in that league, like Thackley, are involved, while Bradford (Park Avenue) Ladies won't be in the North East Regional Women's Football League invitational cup competition either.

Skipton hosted a friendly against Burley Trojans on Sunday to get ready for for that WRCWFL Invitational Cup tournament.

Burley came from behind to win 3-1, with goals from Chloe Slater, Gemma Croft and Bethan Smith.

Queensbury Celtic prepared for the resumption of the Yorkshire U18s League with a well-fought friendly against Bradford City U16s at Woodhouse Grove.

Both teams had plenty of chances, and looked sharp, with Elisha Waters’ 12th goal for Celtic this season and Amelia Greaves’ debut strike not enough to stop City winning 4-2.