LINDLEY WMC have booked themselves a place in the District FA Sunday Challenge Cup semi-finals.
And they will have a tough task on their hands on Sunday, April 11, when they face Heavy Woollen League side Towngate, who put out Field Head.
Lindley went through 7-2 against Pak Rangers at Lindley Rec, in a tie postponed three times.
This time there were no problems, and although Ahmed Ghaffer gave Rangers a shock 12th-minute lead, they were 4-1 down at half time.
Rangers were then looking for consolation, which came in the form of a Lance Hanson goal, while on target for Lindley were Courtney Allett (2), Adam McLachaln, Paul Pike, Brighton Mugadza, Chris Green and Danny Stocker.
In the League, Marsh Lib extended their unbeaten run to five games as they defeated Wellington Westgate 4-2 at Reinwood Rec.
Nathan Inman once again popped up with another hat trick (his third in four games) and a further strike by Billy Callaghan completed the scoreline for the winners.
Wellington’s replies came from Dominic Harris and Eddy Hamlet.
The pointless Leeds Road Wanderers were once again unable to get anything out of their clash with Kirkheaton at Leeds Road Playing Fields.
Kirkheaton, in fact, won 8-0 with a brace each by Marcus Burton, Michael Henriques and Daniel Cooke plus strikes from Liam Oldroyd and Delroy Campbell.
Huddersfield Irish Centre had previously beaten Rose and Crown 3-1 in the Cup and they again held sway in the League, only this time doubling their tally in what was a first League outing since October 11 due to their various Cup exploits.
Rose were well in the game up to half time but the second half became a disaster for them as Ashley Flynn (2), Adam Bell, Ryan Buckley, Kieran Ryan and Josh Williams were all on target to give Irish their 6-1 win.
David Hamer’s goal was, in fact, the only effort Rose were able to manage on target.