HUDDERSFIELD still have three teams standing after the fourth round of the West Riding County FA Challenge Cup.
West Riding County Amateur League Premier Division outfits Golcar United and Bay Athletic progressed while Storthes Hall take on Beeston St Anthony's this weekend after Saturday's tie was postponed.
Second half goals by Kitson Gayle and Andy Salm saw Bay through 2-0 against Halifax Irish, while Adam Johnson (2) and Chris Fawcett were on target in Golcar's 3-1 win against Field.
In County Amateur League Division I, a first-half strike from Chris Bramall maintained Meltham Athletic's winning run with three hard-earned points against a stubborn Littletown.
Meltham were the better side in the first half and should have had the game won by half time.
But, after numerous chances went begging, all they had to show for their efforts was a close-range header from Bramall after good approach play by Ben Traynor.
Littletown fought back after the break but solid work by Meltham's defence kept the visitors at bay.
A last-minute save by Meltham keeper Sam Philpot ensured victory for the home side who are third, with games in hand on the teams above.
Tom Shaw and Sam Wardill were outstanding as Meltham mounted a push for promotion.
Kirkburton also continued to make progress up Division I with a Lee Bradley hat trick the highlight in a 3-1 victory at basement club Heckmondwike Town.
Burton were quick off the mark and took a third-minute lead when a precision pass by Ronnie Wood split the Heckmondwike defence for Bradley to fire into the top corner from inside the area.
Soon after Bradley had another chance but chipped into the goalkeeper's hands.
Heckmondwike's first chance came on 17 minutes, when the lively number 10 latched on to a long punt up field, but Dave Walsh in the Burton goal made a great save.
Bradley doubled Burton's tally on 35 when Steve Chandler's shot was blocked and he pounced to poke the ball through the keeper's legs.
Ryan Jagger came close on 40 minutes when he pinched the ball off the Heckmondwike full-back but his shot went narrowly wide. John Allison denied Heckmondwike a lifeline before the break with a great covering tackle.
Burton's defence got caught out in the 60th minute, but fortunately, the Heckmondwike striker hadn't got his shooting boots on, and he hit the gable end of the house behind the goal!
Bradley completed an impressive hat trick, after good work by Chris Parker, on 75 minutes. Jamie Pollard scored a late consolation.