HUDDERSFIELD’S leading minor football quartet all progressed safely into the second round of the West Riding County FA Challenge Cup.
Meltham Athletic were the highest scorers when they put seven without reply past West Yorkshire Division I outfit Sandy Lane.
Prolific Tom Mathews scored five as he demonstrated his accurate finishing.
Meltham had a 4-0 lead at the break with George Dawson and promising youngster Nicky Whiteley adding a goal each to see Meltham safely through.
Golcar United also scored seven in their 7-3 win against Warley Rangers.
On 12 minutes Golcar forced a corner and Paul Cartwright and Andrew Allison worked it well to pick out Kieran Ryan to notch his third in as many games.
Golcar took control with Rangers struggling to match their pace and, after an Allison shot was handled on the line by the centre-back which led to his dismissal, Allison made it 2-0 from the spot.
Cartwright, Allison and Ryan put United 5-0 up in the space of 10 minutes before Rangers got a goal back before the break.
But Richard Walsh scored a brace for Golcar as they went through comfortable 7-3 victors.
Ryan Buckley scored the winner as Bay Athletic edged past Knaresborough 4-3 while Storthes Hall cruised past Ripon City 4-0.
Matt Mulvihill fired Hall ahead on 12 minutes but despite the Woodfield Park side enjoying large amounts of possession, failure to move the ball about quickly enough allowed the visitors to successfully pack their defence.
Hall got another breakthrough on 62 minutes when Mulvihill and Michael Tunnacliffe combined well to release Chris Drew, who picked his spot with a low, crisp finish.
And on 70 minutes Tunnacliffe caused havoc in the Ripon defence, wriggling clear before finding Drew who scored the third, while Jason Battye added a fourth late on.
In the County Amateur League Division I there were good wins for leaders Marsden and Kirkburton who moved up to third.
Marsden inflicted a first defeat of the season on South Bradford in their 3-2 victory.
Debutant John Conheeney was on target with a brace in either half.
His first goal on 23 minutes would have been more suited to the Barclays Premiership never mind the WRCAL Division I!
After a great tackle from Adam Rider the ball fell to Jon Newiss who looked up and saw the run of Ryan Taylor down the left.
While three defenders closed in on Newiss, he picked out Conheeney with a superb 30-yard pass which the young striker volleyed in from 20 yards.
Newiss added a second after a great solo effort and Conheeney netted the winner on 65 minutes after a South Bradford midfielder was sent off for lashing out at defender Shane Kelly.
A large crowd at Gregory Playing Fields enjoyed a great performance from Kirkburton.
Chris Parker and Ashley Flynn were both on target with a brace and Lee Bradley scored one in their 5-1 rout.