SPORTING Club Shepley increased their lead at the top of Division I to six points after a comprehensive 8-1 victory over Foresters.
Lewis Butterfield scored a hat trick, while Lyam Gill (2), Danny Simpson, Danny Ingham and Sam Denton also netted for Shepley.
Shane Kelly scored a consolation for Foresters.
Britannia Sports climbed up the league with an impressive 8-3 victory over lowly Helion.
Helion’s scorers were Jordan Ellis (2) and Gino Dignan.
In Division II Woolpack ended their six game losing streak with a tight 2-1 win over Walpole.
After a goalless first half Woolpack scored straight from the kick-off thanks to a sublime lob from Ritchie Hawkyard.
The second followed when Malcolm Gill was brought down and a dubious penalty was awarded.
Dean Arnold stepped up to convert to give Woolpack breathing space.
However, they were given a late scare when Niall Lyons pulled a goal back for Walpole.
The result could have been different had it not been for a number of fantastic late saves from Woolpack keeper Andy Battye.
Meltham Victoria Park beat basement side Wellington 7-2 thanks to four goals from Daniel Tindel.
Ben Green (2) and Jim Hamby completed the scoring for Meltham, with Jim Duggan and Dean Harley replying for Wellington.
Pak Rangers beat fellow KSL side FC Varsity to progress to the third round of the FA Challenge Cup.
Pak had led 4-2 thanks to a hat trick from Lance Hanson and an own goal, but were pegged back to 4-4 after goals from Coombs (2), Chris Redmile and Steve Ashford.
However, two late goals from Rehan and Qamran Safeer secured Pak’s passage to the next round.
KSL Division Two side Field Head also went through after defeating Wellington 4-2 at Royds Hall.
Andy McKinley opened the scoring for a dominant Head with a 20-yard drive before Richard Shooter equalised.
Head then took control of the game in the second half, with Paul Wright, Luke Gilman and Richard Taylor all netting.
Shooter scored his second of the game late on, but it was no more than a consolation goal for Wellington.
Barr Street are the third KSL side in the Third Round after they defeated Leeds Rd Wanderers.
Lowly Division One side Waterloo BC were not so lucky as they lost 4-0 to a strong Towngate side.
Although they will not be in the next round Waterloo gave a good account of themselves against higher-quality opposition.
Substitute Danny Core was the hero for Barge Albion as his two late strikes sent his side into the fourth round of the Halifax Cup.
Barge were 3-1 down to Greetland, but managed to turn the game around to win 5-3.
Jamie Cartledge, Ash Addy and Danny Stranovic scored for Barge before Core’s crucial late double.