ATHLETICO have won the Holbeck Moor Association Trophy. In their first-ever competitive tournament, they conceded just one goal throughout.

In their latest friendly, Aqsa Mushtaq (2) and Huma Iqbal were on target, but they lost 8–3 to Morley Town. On Sunday, Athletico entertain Bradford Park Avenue Development at Bradford Academy.

Avenue Development had good play from Lily Gunby and a superb goal from Katy Greenwood in a very-even first half, but it was all-square at the break against Thackley Reserves.

Hope Nicol gave the visitors the advantage as the Dennygirls went on to win 3–2.

Avenue’s first team had Nat Bell on target, but it was 3–1 to Ripon City at half-time. In an excellent second-half performance, Nic Chamberlain and Annie Roberts got it back to 3–3, but Ripon won 6–3. Avenue host Brighouse Sports at Hollingwood Lane on Sunday.

Brighouse Sports and Bradford City’s u23s both put in a terrific display at Zara Sports Centre. Jess Dunlop’s speculative lob sailed over Sports’ keeper to give the Bantams a 1–0 lead just before the interval.

This soon increased to 3–0, with goals from Hannah Markey from a rebound, and Chloë Latham from a corner. Brighouse pulled two back, through ‘trialist K’, and a header from top-scorer Leanne Smith. Crystal Knapton made it 4–2 with a great run and shot, but in the last few minutes, Louise Stringer and an injury-time header from ‘trialist K’ secured a 4–4 draw.

Burley Trojans beat a spirited Leeds City 5–0, featuring a pair of braces for Heather Fisher-Pedley and Chloë Slater.

Ilkley Town lost 12–0 at Farsley Celtic.

Queensbury Celtic had a hard game against Regional South side York RI. But the under-strength side never gave up, with Clubwoman award-winner Katie Waters scoring a consolation in their 11–1 loss.

Skipton Town had a good run out at Tyersal, winning 5–1, with goals from Beth Bancroft, Emily Throup, Corina Riley, Alex Heyworth and Jodie Pepper.