MARSH FC defeated Bardsey 5-1 at Reinwood Rec to progress to the quarter finals of the West Riding Sunday Trophy.
Hero of the hour for Marsh was Danny Smith, who grabbed four goals, while Luke Webb got the other.
Already through to the last eight are Marsh’s Fell Promotions colleagues Inter Athletic.
In the KSL Lockwood Private Hire Trophy preliminary round, Club Kirkheaton beat Woolpack 6-2 and meet Inter Athletic in the quarter-finals tomorrow at Leeds Road Playing Fields.
Kirkheaton scorers were Des Campbell, Rob Hislop, Nathan Salmon, Marcus Burton and Daniel Cooke (2).
Woolpack scorers were Nathan Moses, to make it 2-1 just before half-time, then a dubious penalty brilliantly finished by Dave Ginty at 6-1 to make it 6-2.
In Division I, Pak Rangers march on at the top with a 100% record.
They beat Helion Albion 3-1 with goals from Lee Miller (2) and Jamie Jobarteh. Albion’s scorer was Whyte.
Fourth-place Black Bull closed the gap slightly to six points on second-place opponents Rose and Crown after a 3-1 victory at Golcar.
Crown keeper Shane Kelly actually kept his side in the game, with Bull looking totally dominant.
Poor defending and a freak cross drifting in to goal hurt the Crown cause, and a player sent-off for them after 65 minutes made the task even harder – although they actually grabbed their consolation goal through Jamie Byrne when they were down to 10 men.
Scorers for Bull were Adam Hill (2) and Liam Gill.
Inter Athletic won the clash of the top two in Division II, narrowly beating second-place Dalton 3-2 to now lead by four points.
Kier Mapplebeck, Warren Brook and John Conheeney got the Inter goals in a closely-contested match.
Dalton started the game the brighter, having a couple of good early chances which they could not turn them into goals, but they were reduced to 10 men after 20 minutes.
Inter started to get back in to the game and scored when Mapplebeck met Liam Gibbon’s corner and the ball just crossed the line.
Inter then got a penalty, but Gibbon could not find the net as Ben Brook made a fine save.
The second half began with Inter on the front foot and they extended their lead through Brook, whose speculative but powerful shot left the keeper with no chance.
Inter were now full of confidence and grabbed a third when Conheeney took the ball down brilliantly and coolly slotted home from inside the area.
Dalton never seemed out of the game, however, and launched a tremendous fightback in a frantic last 10 minutes, after getting one back from a corner by Kyle Pyke which went directly into the net.
Inter then had Andrew Firth sent off, before Dalton got a second through a well-struck shot from outside the area by Ryan Gledhill.
Fourth-place Wellington A beat third-place Meltham Victoria Park 2-1 to reduce the gap to eight points with three games in hand.
Wellington’s scorers were Scott Nolan and an own goal, while Hamby scored for Meltham.
Barking Spider jumped a place to fifth following a 5-2 win over Wellington B.
Duggan and Calvert notched for Wellington.