There were ties at all age levels in the RCD Huddersfield League Cup – and a remarkable penalty shoot-out.

That came in the Under 13 preliminary round after Ossett Albion and Battyeford drew 2-2 after extra-time.

Incredibly, the shoot-out finished 15-14 to Battyeford, who progress to the next stage.

In the Under 12 preliminary round, Cleckheaton beat Shelf 16-0 with the help of seven goals from Summerscales.

Philips-Barrett, Munt, Dube and Womersley got two each and the other came from Miah.

Holmfirth Town and Meltham also hit double figures in the same section of the Cup in their wins over Howden Clough and Cumberworth B respectively.

Lepton Highlanders won 4-2 at Clifton Rangers in the Under 14 preliminary round.

Clifton Rangers U17s Callum Wilkie, Ben Lodge, Jack Saville, Jack Green, Lindsay Wilkie (Manager), Surjun Singh, Daniel Newton, Liam Boothroyd, Ketan Randhawa, Charlie Fraser Jake Guest, Oliver Firth, Curtis Dransfield, Davis Peel, Reece Walshaw
Clifton Rangers U17s Callum Wilkie, Ben Lodge, Jack Saville, Jack Green, Lindsay Wilkie (Manager), Surjun Singh, Daniel Newton, Liam Boothroyd, Ketan Randhawa, Charlie Fraser Jake Guest, Oliver Firth, Curtis Dransfield, Davis Peel, Reece Walshaw
 

The Lepton goals were scored by Flatt, Douglas, Lynn and Toner while Horsfield and Wilstrop had their names on the Clifton scoresheet.

Edghill grabbed a hat trick to help put Meltham through in the same age-group as they won 6-3 at Greetland.

Hepplestone, Hobson and Hayes were the other Meltham scorers.

In the first round of the Under 15 Cup, Netherton scored a straight-forward 6-1 win at Park Avenue B with goals from Cooper, Rafiq, Foster, Morgan, Denton and McGrath.

In the Under 18 League Cup Group C, Rose netted twice for Brighouse in their 6-1 win at Thornton United.

Gibson, Hussain, Codling and an own goal accounted for the rest of the Brighouse tally.

Meanwhile, Howden Clough B moved up to third in the RCD League Under 12 Division 4A thanks to a 7-0 win over Lepton Highlanders.

It moved them onto 12 points, the same as Wyke Wanderers and Holmfirth Town, but Clough are still three points behind second-placed Shelf and seven adrift of leaders Skelmanthorpe.