IN addition to RCD matches, a number of League Cup and County Cup ties were played.
The shock result was at Hullen Edge, Elland, where despite remaining unbeaten at the top of Division II, even HAFC must have been surprised at their victory over First Division title chasers North Gawber.
A double strike from Eli Hey and one each for Tom Wall and Ronan Murphy secured HAFC a 4-0 win and passage into the third round.
In the second round of the Under 12 cup, Uppermill had high hopes for a good run.
The unbeaten Fourth Division leaders took on Second Division YMCA for a place in the next round but, despite two goals from Ben Kershaw, Uppermill’s hopes were dashed when replies from Toby Womersley, Henry Whitwam, Lewis Fitzpatrick, Adam Riley and Alfie MacDonald gave YMCA a 5-2 victory and a place in the third round.
In the top division of the Under 11s, Kirkburton moved one place above opponents Honley thanks to a 5-3 victory. Cameron Steele, Todd Calvert and Cameron Ghaffar were on target for Honley but replies from Marshall Ford, Joshua Roberts, James Hill, Freddie Knight and Leo Corley secured three points for Kirkburton.
And in the Fourth Division of the same age group, Skelmanthorpe kept their promotion hopes moving along nicely with a solid victory away at Gomersal & Cleckheaton.
A single strike for the home side was not enough to stop the visitors as goals from Joel Cartledge (2), Morgan Lecomber, Caleb O’Neil and an own goal gave Skelmanthorpe a comfortable 5-1 win.
Another Skelmanthorpe side pushing hard for promotion are the Under 12s, who now sit within three points of second place in Division II thanks to victory over Wyke Wanderers. Hall (2) and Gonzales were on target as Skelmanthorpe won 3-1.
Scholes are celebrating their first three-point haul of the season thanks to victory over Kirkheaton in a high-scoring Under 12 Division III game.
Dane Thorpe (2), Tom Parry and Freddy Priestley netted for Kirkheaton but it wasn’t enough as replies from Joe Thompson (4), Scott Hartley (2), Arron Horsley and Paul Ogden secured an 8-4 win for Scholes.
In the same division, Lepton Highlanders kept their promotion hopes alive with victory over Upperthong.
Isaac Firth scored for the Holme Valley side but replies from Daniel Paxman, Alex Wilson and Jacob Mulhall gave Lepton a 3-1 win to keep them in touch with the leaders.