A number of friendly fixtures have been played out across the week in Bradford- as Brighouse were narrowly beaten by League Two side Harrogate.

The fixture on Tuesday evening, was the first of two mouth-watering ties for Brighouse and their fans, as they prepare to Welcome Bradford City to the Yorkshire Payments Stadium next Wednesday.

On this occasion, the League Two opposition edged their hosts in a 1-0 scoreline. In the 74th minute, Mark Beck rose highest to nod a Josh Falkingham cross into the far corner.

Elsewhere on Tuesday evening, Silsden were beaten 1-0 at home to Ramsbottom United, and it was Jake Thompson who struck for the away side in the 44th minute.

And Thackley were thrashed by four goals to nil at home to Farsley Celtic.

An Adam Barton strike and an own goal by Kristian Hargreaves sent the visitors in to the break with a 2-0 half-time lead.

Second half goals followed, with Jimmy Spencer and Will Hayhurst rubbing salt into the host’s wounds.

Guiseley secured two victories this week, one against Ilkley on Tuesday, and the second against Yorkshire Amateurs on yesterday.

Thursday’s win saw them defeat Yorkshire Amateurs by three goals to nil, with goals coming from Andy Kellett, who hit a sublime second half strike, after Kaine Felix announced his return with a brace.

And on Tuesday Guiseley put on a fine display in their first pre-season friendly, to defeat Ilkley 7-0.

Although the scoreline might not say so, it was a memorable evening for Ilkley, as it resulted in their biggest attendance to date, with 356 spectators in attendance.

They saw Guiseley put on a ruthless display, with Mbeka (2), Day and Kellet all on the score sheet for the away side.

Elsewhere on Tuesday evening, Barnoldswick could only manage a 2-2 draw away to Steeton, in what was a thrilling fixture, however Steeton won the resulting penalties 5-4.

Steeton were cruising at 2-0 up, however two second half strikes forced the comeback.

Finally, Liversedge overcame Huddersfield Amateur on Tuesday evening away from home, by a scoreline of 6-1.

Goals were scored by Nicky Walker, Joe Walton, Alfie Raw (x2) and Gav Allott (x2).