WEST Bowling moved into the third round of the West Riding FA Sunday Cup with an emphatic 10-1 win against FC Horsforth Saints.

Bowling only had to wait six minutes for the first goal, Callum Wheatley passed the ball down the wing to Tom Skelly, whose precise cross was met on the volley by Kyle Dyche to make it 1-0.

It took until the 30th minute for Bowling to double their score, but it was well worth waiting for.

Paul Helliwell passed the ball down the wing for Skelly to once more put in a cross. Adam Jordan met the ball on the volley and smashed it into the net for 2-0.

Bowling soon scored again. Dyche's shot was handled in the box and Paul Hague sent the keeper the wrong way from the spot.

Skelly then picked the ball up in his own half and drove at Horsforth's defence. He opened his body up and curled a beautiful shot into the top corner, leaving the keeper motionless.

With half-time looming, a rare Horsforth attack was rewarded with a fine goal, as Josh Walker slotted his shot into the net to make it 4-1.

The second period began with another Bowling goal. Skelly's corner found Dyche, whose bullet header rocketed past the keeper.

Dyche turned provider when he passed to Ste Duffy, who in turn found Bowling's leading scorer Hague. He calmly placed his shot past the keeper to make it 6-1.

Bowling then scored twice from two Skelly corners, both headed home by Karl Fawcett.

Dyche then completed his hat-trick after Callum Wheatley put him through the middle. He dummied one way before deftly pushing the ball the other way past the keeper to make it 9-1.

The scoring finished with the impressive Skelly latching on to Hague's pass and scoring to make it 10.

Westwood Park also had a huge home win, as they dismantled Oulton Athletic 11-2. Tyersal were on the wrong end of a thrashing though, losing 9-1 at HT Sports.

Elsewhere, Peacock Bar won a cracking contest 4-3 at home to Fryston AFC, while Bolton Woods edged out Bramham 3-2.

Olympic won 5-2 at Keighley Town and Northern also won away, picking up a 3-1 win over FC Queensbury.

Crossflatts Village were easy winners over Wrose Bull, recording a 6-1 win, while FC United of Baildon managed to beat Horsforth Fairweather 3-1.

Prospect lost a crazy game, 6-5 at home to Sheepscar, but at least they had a better afternoon than AFC Titans, who were thrashed 10-2 at home to Leeds City FC Rovers.

Finally, there was a pair of 4-2 defeats for Heaton Athletic and Salts Sunday, who lost to Kippax Sundays Open Age and Myrtle Park respectively.