CROSSFLATTS Village are the first side from the Bradford Sunday Alliance League to reach this season's semi-finals of the West Riding County Sunday Cup.

They defeated visitors Woodman Sports Club 3-1 on a day when several matches were called off due to waterlogged pitches.

Goals came from Michael Garnett, Oliver Metcalfe and skipper Matthew Bentham (penalty).

Village led 1-0 at half-time when Garnett followed up Metcalfe's left-footed free-kick, which had been tipped onto the bar by the impressive Ben Clarke.

The tie exploded into life in the second half, with Woodman equalising from the spot after 55 minutes when winger Lee Taylor took an innocuous tumble under pressure from left back Matthew Wilson.

Nathan Jones made no mistake from 12 yards – but Flatts took the lead again when the in-form Metcalfe was played through by James Gill and ran past the visitors' back line before placing the ball past the onrushing Clarke.

Village completed the scoring in the 88th minute after they were awarded a spot-kick for handball, with Bentham finishing nonchalantly.

Crossflatts Village will next play Leeds Combination Association Football Premier League outfit HT Sports in the semi-finals, both of which will be played at county HQ at Woodlesford on dates to be confirmed.

Ventus United were hammered 10-1 by visitors HT Sports in their quarter-final – but Olympic finally played their delayed fourth-round tie at Colton and won 3-1.

They will now be at home to Lee Mount in a quarter-final on Sunday, with Ferrybridge Progressive WMC awaiting the winners in the last four.

Meanwhile, in the West Riding County FA Sunday Trophy, Queensbury are hoping to play their delayed quarter-final at Mill Lane on Sunday, while New Pudsey have a fourth-round tie at home to Corpus Christi still to play.

There was also some domestic action in the Bradford Sunday Alliance League, although a lot of matches again fell foul of the inclement weather.

Sandy Lane cemented second position in the Premier Division by edging a thriller 6-5 at Thornton United.

Mathew Cavanagh hit a hat-trick for the visitors, with further goals coming from Stuart Cotterill, Lucas Mackenzie and Chris Winn.

In the Championship Division, Toller went second after a 5-1 victory over visitors Bolton Woods Socials after leading 3-0 at the break.

Mohammed Qasim bagged a treble for the winners, whose other marksmen were Tawheed Ahmed and Saad Abbas, with Jonny Smith grabbing a consolation near the end.

Division Two leaders AFC Titans kept up the pressure on the three clubs immediately below them with a hard-fought 2-1 victory at local rivals Beldon Oddies Reserves.

Goals for the winners came from Jason Gill and Ben McArdle, with Arran Sagar replying.

Fairweather Green moved above long-time leaders Northern into second as they beat Eccleshill Punjab 5-1, with Brendan Maltby hitting a brace.

In Division Three, Eccleshill Lane Ends had a 5-0 victory at depleted AFC Titans Reserves.