Farsley Celtic were put to the sword by an excellent Mickleover Sports side who were extremely comfortable in their 3-0 Evo-Stik League Premier Division win,
Mickleover caught Farsley off guard in the opening moments and took an early lead as Pablo Mills headed home from John McGrath’s corner.
McGrath then came close to scoring himself however his curling effort was well held by Graeme McKibbin.
Mickleover continued their assault on the Farsley goal with Andy Dales making a great run before firing wide. Farsley then came inches away from equalising as McGrath came to Mickleover’s rescue, clearing James Walshaw’s header off the line.
Mickleover doubled their lead with 15 minutes remaining as Farsley’s defence allowed Euan Garnett to ghost in behind and he rounded McKibbin before slotting home.
The three points were wrapped up for the visitors as Tevahn Tyrell found Andy Dales who slotted home, with Farsley’s defence falling asleep once again.
Frickley Athletic are now third in Evo-Stik South after a 2-0 win over Stamford. Jacob Hazel converted a first-half penalty, before debutant Danny Frost secured the win late on.
Ossett Town bounced back from their FA Cup disappointment as they defeated table-toppers Bamber Bridge 1-0 at Ingfield in Evo-Stik North, Danny South scoring the only goal of the game.
Tom Pratt fired in a superb hat-trick as Hyde United eased to a 5-1 win over Brighouse Town. Harry Coates opened the scoring for Hyde, before Pratt doubled their lead. Matty Ord pulled one back for Brighouse, before Pratt added two goals to complete his hat-trick and Luke Porritt added a fifth.
Tadcaster Albion are now four games without a win as they slipped to a 2-1 defeat at home to Skelmersdale United. Alaster Redmayne gave Skelmersdale the lead before Josh Greening deservedly levelled for Tadcaster, only for Andrew Owens to tap home to give the visitors the three points.
Ossett Albion were defeated 2-0 by Droylsden, as second-half strikes from Liam Caddick and Shaun Holden earned Droylsden the victory.
AN extra-time goal from Gregg Anderson was enough to earn Knaresborough Town a 3-2 victory over Garforth Town in the first round of the FA Vase.
Ben Cohen and Blaine Hobson gave Knaresborough a 2-0 lead before half-time but goals from Daniel Coupland and Jamie Reeson forced the match into extra-time before Anderson’s decisive strike.
Pontefract Collieries also progressed to the second round after a 3-1 home victory over Litherland Remyca.
The Pontefract goals came from Eli Hey (2) and Vaughan Redford.
Pickering Town were edged out 4-3 after extra-time against Newcastle Benfield.
Russell Parker and Daniel Gray gave Town a 2-0 lead but Newcastle hit back with two goals from Paul Brayson.
Joe Danby put Town ahead again, but another Brayson goal and Dylan McEvoy’s extra-time goal, won it for Benfield.
Elsewhere in the Vase, Emley crashed to a 6-2 home defeat against Thornaby despite Matty Waller netting a brace and Harrogate Railway were crushed 10-1 at Sunderland Ryhope CW.
In the NCE Premier Division, two second-half goals from Nash Connolly earned seventh-placed Hemsworth MW a 2-0 victory over Penistone Church.
In Division One, second-placed Yorkshire Amateur moved seven points behind leaders Knaresborough Town thanks to a 4-1 win over Winterton Rangers. On target for Ammers were Fernando Moke (2), Frank Zola andHarrison Blakey.
Braces from Joseph Dale and Liam Flanagan helped Selby Town move up to fifth place following a 4-1 win over Worsbrough Bridge. Glasshoughton Welfare had to settle for a 1-1 draw against Brigg Town. Ryan Poskitt’s goal looked to have won it for Welfare before Ryan Thompson’s 89th-minute equaliser.
Elsewhere, Nostell MW drew 1-1 with Swallownest. Billy Mole netted Nostell’s goal.