BRADFORD City Women dominated their West Riding County Cup third round tie against Yorkshire Amateur Ladies at the Southerns Stadium on Sunday, winning it 6-0.

City had two new players on the pitch in Elle Scott and Hope Knight, and the latter quickly made an impact.

A throw in from Amateur was nicked away by the Bantams, and the ball made its way up the pitch to Knight.

She unleashed a shot which flew past the keeper and into the net to make it 1-0 to City with just under 10 minutes gone.

Five minutes later, Monika Stube stole the ball back from a home defender in a dangerous position and had a shot from 20 yards out, which soared into the back of the net to double the Bantams’ advantage.

Moments later, Harriet Jakeman found the net after a scramble in the box, but the goal was disallowed for offside.

City kept fighting hard to increase their advantage though and they did so with a neatly worked third.

Stube made a great run into the box and passed the ball forward to Charlotte Stuart.

The veteran midfielder faced the keeper, but instead passed to the left to Knight, who got her second goal for the Bantams with an easy finish.

At the 30-minute mark, Stuart produced another great pass to striker Sophie Hawkins, who tapped the ball into the net to ensure City went into half-time 4-0 up.

Despite the amount of shots the Bantams had in the second half, only two managed to find the net.

First, Hawkins was passed the ball as she sprinted into the box, and she slotted it comfortably beyond the keeper to make the score 5-0.

The final goal came in the last five minutes and again saw Hawkins power her way into the box.

She did not go for her hat-trick however, instead passing the ball to Stuart, who beat the keeper to ensure the game ended 6-0.

That win puts the Bantams into the quarter-finals, where they will visit Farsley Celtic Juniors.

Bradford (Park Avenue) Ladies’ County Cup journey ended at the third round stage over the weekend, as they were crushed 13-0 by a strong Leeds United side.

It was already 8-0 to the Whites by half-time, and they cruised comfortably into double figures after the break, with Sarah Danby netting a hat-trick.

That thumping victory means Leeds face a trip to Harrogate Town in the quarter finals, with the other last-eight ties also decided.

Lower Hopton will host Altofts, while Brighouse Town, who are the holders, travel to Brayton Belles.

All four of those quarter-finals are due to be played this Sunday.

Brighouse are in good cup form, and they made it through to the third round of the FA Women’s National League Cup on Sunday by beating Derby County 4-1 after extra-time.