PAK RANGERS are through to the final of the West Riding Trophy after success over Woodfield Park.
After their 3-0 victory over their KSL colleagues, Rangers will now meet Yeadon Veterans in the final on Tuesday, April 19 (7.30) at Woodlesford.
Farooq Hussain struck on 15 minutes with an unstoppable free kick, and Ernest Befoa hit an incisive strike from a tight angle on 33 minutes to put Rangers two goals up by half-time.
Kitson Gayle secured success on 75 minutes when he sliced through the defence to score.
Woodfield’s luck was no better in the quarter-finals of the FA Challenge Cup as they went down 4-3 to Pear Tree after extra time.
The scores were tied 3-3 at the interval but the Mirfield side won through with their goals coming from Eddie Brown, Matthew Hanley, Johnny Hird and Phil Coombes, while Dave Brennan (2) and Olly Hughes replied for Woodfield.
In the Get Smart KSL Challenge Cup quarter-final, Division I outfit Barge Albion beat Division II rivals Field Head 3-0 to progress, where they play Pear Tree or Pak Rangers on April 10 at Leeds Road – Stranovic, Pugh and Howe were on target for the victors.
In Division I Pak Rangers came back from 1-0 down to beat fading Black Bull 4-2 and stamp their intentions on the League title chase.
Farooq Hussain, Ernest Befoa (2) and Adam Walsh notched for Rangers, with Lockwood and Gill replying for Bull.
In Division II lowly Dalton pushed leaders Walpole hard before losing 3-2. Nathan Large and Jamie Hartley scored for Dalton, with Eddie Hamlet (2) and Nathan Simpson notching for Walpole.
Huddersfield Irish had an easy 6-1 win over Wellington B with Hill (3), Bell (2) and Chatter the scorers for the Irish.
Meltham stay third in the table after notching a 3-0 win over mid-table Inter Athletic.
In the Inter-divisional games Division I leaders Waterloo defeated Helion, currently second in Division II, 4-2. Sylvester (2), McMahon and Pyke scored for Waterloo, while Ryan and Dearnley netted for Helion.
Division II Woolpack edged a nine-goal thriller with Division I Wellington A 5-4 – Dom Harris, from a penalty, Pearson (2), and Foggerty scored for Wellington.