ILKLEY TowN smashed nine goals past PFC in the first round of the West Riding County FA Challenge Cup on Saturday.
Toby Harris scored four, Matt Whitehead netted a brace, and the other goals came from Richard Bull, Thomas Fleming and Nicholas Hewitt in the 9-0 victory. Beeston St Anthonys eased into the second round with a 4-0 victory Tadcaster Magnets, while Headingley got the better of Horbury Town 4-3 on penalties after the game finished 3-3.
Rawdon Old Boys cruised to a 6-1 victory over AFC Crossleys while goals from Waqas Iqbal and Matthew Conway netted in Wyke Wanderers 2-0 victory at Grangefield OB.
Goals from Lewis Forsythe (2), Jake Taylor, Eli Petschak, Darryll Leach and Liam Lambert saw Field to a 6-2 victory at Carleton SC, while Robin Hodd Athletic defeated Sherburn White Rose 5-1 and Huddersfield Amatuer won 6-3 at Rolls.
Elsewhere in the competition, Aberford Albion beat Kirkby Malzeard 6-1, Featherstone Colliery defeated Rothwell 3-1, Leeds Modernians defeated Beeston Old Boys 5-2, Hartshead won 1-0 at Lepton Highlanders and Route One Rovers saw off Howden Clough 2-0.
Altofts were knocked out of the cup 4-2 by Springhead, Ripon City exited 2-0 at home to Steeton and Huddersfield YM defeated Ryburn 3-1.
Leeds Medics and Dentists enjoyed an excellent 3-1 victory at Central Midlands League North side Askern, Leeds Modernians got the better of Beeston Juniors OB 5-2, Wyke Wanderers won 2-0 at Grangefield OB 2-0 and Shelf triumphed 2-0 at Ealanders.
In the County Trophy first round, Matthew Bailey’s brace helped Salts Reserves defeat Hunsworth 3-1, Kellingley Welfare and defeated Sun Inn Rastrick 5-4 on penalties.
Aaron Connor scored seven goals and Jake Topp five in Beeston St Anthony’0s Reserves’ 16-0 victory at Sutton and Prospect Saturday defeated Almondbury WMC Reserves 17-2.
Dewsbury Town won 3-2 at Horsforth St Margaret’s Reserves 3-2, Whitkirk Wanderers beat Denholme United on penalties, Honley won 4-1 at Middleton Park and Carlton Athletic Reserves lost 2-1 at home to Fairbank United.