WELLINGTON A thrashed Aire Athletic 14-0 in a one-sided West Riding County Sunday FA Trophy clash to cruise into the third round.

Doran Jordan bagged a remarkable five goals along with two each from Dom Harris and Eddie Hamlett and strikes from Anthony Haigh, Matthew Waller, Matthew Hartley, Rob Mitchell and Jermaine Hamlett.

Inter also progressed thanks to a 6-3 victory over fellow KSL side Field Head, while Dalton were narrowly defeated 2-1 in extra time by Britannia AFC from Tadcaster.

Having fallen behind in the first-half, Chris Milby set up Andy Anderson for the leveller before the away side succumbed to extra time pressure.

New Unicorn, Keighley Athletic and Apperley Bridge will also be in the draw for the next round as they beat Marsh 3-0, Helion Albion 3-2, after extra time, and Wellington B 5-3, respectively.

Goals from Stephenson and Salm proved little consolation for Albion as their cup run ended early.

In the league, Pak Rangers cemented their position at the top of Division I with a 5-0 triumph over rivals Black Bull.

Two goals from Jamal Simpson and a Nathan Morgan strike gave Rangers a 3-0 lead at the break, before Paul Pyke and Adam Walsh sealed Rangers’ victory and moved them three points clear of Wellington A.

Rangers stopper Matthew Mulvehill was alert when called upon, while winger Declan Thomas tormented the opposition fullback regularly.

In Division II league leaders Queen led second place Town Rangers until the game was abandoned in the 87th minute.

The title-chasers took the lead through Tom Hampshire before scoring a second when a free-kick was spilled and Kieron Lawrence netted the follow up.

The game opened up in the second half and John Brennan increased Queen’s advantage by tucking away a penalty.

The same man scored again following some good work down the right, while David Brennan drilled home from the edge of the area.

Wayne Sykes had time to score a screamer before the game was abandoned – his 25 yard first-time volley flew into the net, giving the opposition keeper no chance.