Upperthong started strongly but their dominance was costly as a speedy counter-attack allowed Henry Sherwood space to chip keeper Kyle Taylor from the edge of the penalty area to give Thornhill the lead, writes Eric Kershaw
A repeat of the previous two games looked on the cards from the moment Marshall Depledge hit a low drive across goal which hit the unfortunate Max Shaw and went in after just five minutes, writes Eric Kershaw
Alll of the West Riding County Amateur League and District League Division I teams were been kept apart in the draw for Huddersfield FA Challenge Cup – and only one suffered defeat while several had big wins
Kirkheaton arrived at Battyeford’s West Mills ground confident of improving their promotion push with victory over a Battyeford side who had managed only one win previously and, on their overall performance, they should have achieved their goa
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