THE visit of Beeston St Anthony’s was unlucky for FC West Leeds who were battered 13-0 in the West Riding County FA Sunday second round.
Steve Crawford struck four times for Beeston whose Matthew Tate and Graham Stockdale both hit hat-tricks with Paul McMullen, Ton Kaye and Ben Greenwood all getting a goal each.
Belle Isle WMC also filled their boots in 11-1 hammering of visiting Original Oak.
Ian McBurney slammed in four for Belle Isle for whom Jack Duncan, Ben Abel and Scott Burns notched braces with Jamie
Claughton adding one more.
All of the Leeds Combination League’s big guns went through with Chapeltown Fforde Grene 4-0 winners at home to Claro League visitors Kirk Deighton Rangers.
Dom Blair’s brace was supported by goals from Chris Hitchins and Dan Freeman.
HT Sports obliged 5-3 at Prospect led by a brace from Barry Franklin. HT also struck through Adam Fowler, Ben Small and a Jason Davis spot kick.
HT boss Lee Connor said: “We aren’t playing great at the moment but we’re winning games. We play Showbiz Whites from Harrogate in the next round, We played them last and we were lucky to be honest.”
Showbiz went through with a 2-1 win at home to Waggon Athletic with Dene Dewing was the solitary Waggon scorer.
Combination heavy-weights Halton Moor’s trip to Millbridge WMC was postponed.
But Queenswood Crusaders were dumped out in a 6-4 loss at home to Claro League outfit Sherwood.
Two goals from James Burgess plus one each from Danny Redfearn and Mark Bentley failed to save the hosts.
The Claro League clubs fared brilliantly on Sunday with Boroughbridge also hammering visiting Grassgreener United 7-1.
Harrogate CSC were also 2-1 womnes at home to Olympic.
Amongst the other Leeds Combination League teams through are Seacroft AFC who bagged a welcome win by going in 5-1 at AFC Pontefract Sports & Social.
Seacroft are bottom of the Combination Jubilee Premier but progressed through a Mcauley Milburn treble plus goals from Ryan Robinson and Lee Mitchell.
JB Celtic will fly the Combination Premier flag into the next round after a 2-1 win at Bolton Woods.
Joe Campbell and Matty Dalton were the goal-getters.
But Barwick were beaten 2-1 by Castleford Sunday League visitors Ferrybridge Progressive WMC. The Castleford Sunday League’s Fryston AFC were also 5-2 winners at home to Heavy Woollen outfit AFC Chickenley.
But FC Byram Munich bowed out 3-0 at Stanningley Albion while Pontefract Sports & Social were eclipsed 5-2 at Oakenshaw.
Several other Heavy Woollen League teams are through with league leaders Birkenshaw slamming visiting Halifax Hammers 8-1. Overthorpe Sports Club obliged 3-2 at Leeds Sunday League side East Leeds Celtic.
Woodman Batley Carr edged out visiting Aire Athletic 3-2 while St John Fisher Old Boys needed extra time before sealing a 4-2 win at Swaine Green.
Hartshead - from the Heavy Woollen League Championship - were blitzed 7-0 at Wharfedale Triangle side Bingley.
King George lead the Wakefield Sunday league charge into round three after their 3-1 win at George Hotel. Alverthorpe WMC were 5-3 winners at Napoleons Casino but New Sharlston Welfare suffered a 4-1 loss at home to Eagles.
Also through from the Wharfedale Triangle are Ilkley Dynamo who went in 5-1 at Fathers and Yeadon Veterans who saw off visiting Waiters Arms 7-4 after extra-time.