DIVISION I side Woodfield Park beat runaway Second Division leaders Walpole Community 4-1 to reach the quarter-finals of the Get Smart Challenge Cup.
Woodfield will take on Waterloo for a place in the last four of the Fell Promotions Kirklees Sunday League competition.
Walpole had all the pressure in the opening minutes but were stunned when Woodfield were awarded a penalty which was tucked away by Dave Brennan.
Defending well up the slope, Woodfield held their lead until half time and then stepped up a gear in the second half with two well-taken goals from Olly Hughes.
The first was a neat header and the second a lob over the Walpole keeper after he was put clear.
Neil Robshaw completed their scoring with a low strike before Doran Jordan got a late consolation goal for Walpole from a free-kick.
It was a physical and feisty tie but was well refereed by Howard Young.
In Division I, Pak Rangers comfortably beat Pear Tree 5-1 after a slow start.
Matt Mulvihill, Jamil Simpson, Levan Brown, Lance Hanson and substitute Fahid Mahmood recorded for Rangers.
Improving Dalton beat bottom club Wellington B 5-3 in Division II.
After managing only three wins in their first 16 games, Dalton made it two on the trot at Rawthorpe.
Wellington opened the scoring with a goal in the first minute, however this woke up the home team who piled on the pressure but struggled to make a breakthrough.
That was until Jamie Hartley finished from close range to give Dalton a deserved equaliser.
In the second half, Dalton continued with the pressure and soon found themselves 5-1 up, with two further goals from Hartley complete his hat trick (one a penalty), one from Ryan Gledhill and the other from Josh Wilson.
Wellington pulled back two goals towards the end but never got within striking distance.
Field Head beat Woolpack 3-2 after coming from behind in their Division II clash. Thompson, Jowett and Taylor notched for Head while Newburn (2) had given Woolpack the advantage.
In the Inter-divisional, Division II Meltham consolidated third spot after a 5-1 win over Division I Barge Albion.
Top-flight Wellington A rose another place away from the bottom after their 4-1 win over Division II Inter Athletic. Pearson, Harris (two penalties) and Lenihan were on target for Wellington.