Walkers Hounds are aiming to get their West Riding Sunday Trophy quarter-final against Shepherds Arms played tomorrow.
They are hoping to stage the match at Longfield Avenue, but if that proves impossible it could be switched at the last minute to Horbury, where the Wakefield League side play.
Two of the quarter-finals were played last weekend, when the Get Smart Kirklees Sunday League matches between Dalton and Meltham and Linthwaite Reserves and Nightingale fell victim to waterlogging.
Holders Wellington Westgate had an emphatic 12-1 win over Westwood Park, the Bradford Sunday Alliance fourth-tier side, at Leeds Road PF.
It means Welly progress to the semi-finals for the third year running, where they will face the winners of the Hounds v Shepherds tie.
However there was disappointment for Linthwaite, who were beaten 1-0 by Beechwood, a team second in the fourth tier of the Leeds Combination League.
This was despite Linthwaite having the majority of play and more chances.
Beechwood will now play Heavy Woollen side Town Rangers in their semi-final tie, with the Huddersfield-based side winning 4-1 against Amaranth at Leeds Road PF in the last eight.
Wellington were in charge throughout their game and their man of the match was Jamie Jobarteh, with a double hat trick.
Also on target were Anthony Haigh (2), Graeme McLachlan (with a delightful chip over the keeper), sub Lee Miller, Paul Pyke and Josh Ingham.
Although beaten 12 times, Westwood keeper Mike Smith pulled off a fantastic one-handed penalty save from McLachlan when, somehow, at full stretch he turned the goalbound spot kick away.
The keeper also denied Pyke and Jobarteh on many occasions.
At the back, Steve Buck made some timely challenges for Welly when called upon and Steve Marshall was as reliable as ever.
Veteran Steve Perrin also rolled back the years with a solid performance at the back.
Liam Gurney was Westwood’s lone scorer when it was 6-0 to Welly, who took their foot off the pedal briefly.
The game was well refereed by Richard Asher.
Linthwaite’s game started off well with both teams testing each other.
The KSL outfit took control from the start, but the pitch conditions made it hard to play neat, passing football.
However, Linthwaite had many chances to score.
One example was when Daniel Walker played a very well-weighted ball to Stevie Richards, but Richards couldn’t finish.
Twenty minutes in, Linthwaite were struggling to put passes together and made numerous mistakes, miscontrolling lots of times.
This led to three consecutive handballs and, with the third free kick, the home team took the lead.
In the second half, Linthwaite again dominated, but even with attack after attack they just couldn’t find the back of the net.
Finally, a ball over the top, which was misjudged by the home team allowed Dean Siddiq to go through on goal.
He was fouled by the keeper and earned a penalty but, unfortunately, Aaron Joseph was unable to find the net.
It proved the last chance for Linthwaite to stay in the competition.