Sunday round-up: Hunslet Club edge out Corpus Christi in penalty shootout

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HUNSLET Club squeezed into the West Riding FA County Sunday Trophy fourth round by edging a penalty shoot out at home to Leeds Combination League Division Two rivals FC Corpus Christi.

Divisional leaders Hunslet were held to a 3-3 draw before progressing 5-4 on penalties.

East End Park WMC recorded a 3-0 win at home to Old Bank WMC in the fourth round while AFC Leodis beat visiting AFC Cutsyke 4-1.

Ossett Central won 2-0 at home to Salts Reserves while Deighton WMC Reserves progressed past visiting AFC Mill Lane with a 4-3 on spot kicks after a 3-3 draw.

In the County Sunday Cup, Ferrybridge Progressive eased through the fourth round with a 4-1 success at home to Keighley Athletic. But JB Celtic suffered a 1-1 reverse at home to Woodman Sports Club while Fryston AFC were seen off 5-2 at Crossflatts Village. Ventus United edged a 3-2 verdict at home to Malt Shovel (Selby).

FC Sporting Pudsey moved eighth in Division One of the Leeds Combination by walloping bottom-club visitors, Horsforth Saints, 6-1. In Division 3B, Amaranth Athletic rose to eighth as second-placed Sporting Pudsey Reserves lost 5-2 on their travels. Jack Harris notched a brace for Amaranth for whom Sheridan Linley, Charlie Wilson-Davies and Jonathan Wright also struck.

In the Wakefield Sunday League, Horse & Jockey moved top of Premiership Two with a 4-3 win at home to seventh-placed Wakefield Football Centre while Rock Inn went tenth with a 4-2 success at third-placed Boons. AFC Ackworth moved four points clear in Championship One with a 6-2 beating of eighth-placed visitors Viaduct while Wrenthorpe Rangers Reserves went ninth by hammering second-bottom visitors Horbury Slazengers 7-1. Fifth-placed hosts Railway Inn shared a 3-3 draw with fourth-placed Nostell Miners Welfare Reserves.

Wharfedale Triangle leaders Keighley Town had a 4-0 win at seventh-placed Cullingworth Youth while third-placed Shipley Town saw off fifth-placed visitors Burton Leonard 4-0. Ilkley Dynamo went fourth with a 2-1 triumph at home to sixth-placed Hampsthwaite United. There were no games in the Heavy Woollen League.

James Chadwick shoots for Leeds Medics and Dentists under pressure from Jimmy Halliday, of Stanningley OB, during Saturday's Yorkshire Amateur League Premier Division encounter. PIC: Steve Riding

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