LAST weekend’s West Riding County Women's Football League programme was once again disrupted by the weather, but the few games that survived were close affairs with a bit of late drama thrown in.

Brighouse Sports’ County Premier Division match away to Brayton Belles was goalless at half-time, despite chances for both sides.

Sports upped their game in the second half, with Kirsty McCluskey on target and a calm finish from Louise Stringer giving them a 2–0 victory.

A strong first half from Thackley saw them 3-0 up at half time, away to Ossett United Development at Horbury Road.

However, a game of two halves saw Ossett dominate the second period with a winning goal in the last minute to win 5–4 and come away with all three points.

In the First Division, a brilliant and dominant performance from Ilkley Town culminated in an 11-2 victory over Sherburn White Rose, with five goals for Shaz Munir and four for Eva Curran.

However, there was heartbreak for Skipton Town, who lost out on any points to a last-minute goal at Old Earth.

Skipton’s goals were scored by Ash Farren and Corina Riley, but hosts Huddersfield Amateur had Courtney White, Georgia Hamilton and Rachael Graham-Martin on target to win 3–2.

This coming Sunday, open-age games are limited to the County Cup ties, with Bradford (Park Avenue) hosting Leeds United at Horsfall Stadium (1:30pm kick-off).

Leeds will be eager to continue in this competition, after dropping out of the FA Cup after a 6–0 loss to Championship side Durham City.

Meanwhile, Bradford City’s Under-15s and U16s met in the West Riding County Women's Junior Cup quarter-finals. A great game of football at Rawdon Meadows saw the U16s triumph 7–1.

City’s U12 side lost 6–3 at Altofts in the Junior Shield, but Ilkley Town’s U12s beat Pontefract Wildcats 2–1 to go through to the quarter-finals.