North West Counties League
Prem: Glossop North End 1 Silsden 3.
Res Div Cup, quarter-final: New Mills 0 Silsden 1.
West Riding County Amateur League
Div 1: Bronte Wanderers 2 Lepton Highlanders 5.
Div 2: Steeton Res 9 Tyersal Res 2.
West Yorkshire League
Prem: Bardsey 1 Oxenhope Rec 0.
Allnc 2: Oxenhope Rec Res 5 FC RIASA Res 0.
Prem: Ighton Leigh 0 Cowling 2.
Div 1: Cononley Sports 2 Gargrave 0, Crosshills 0 Chatburn 0, Earby Town 0 Wilsden Ath 5, Oakworth 1 Silsden WS 1.
Div 2: Ingrow & Worth Valley 1 Hellifield Sports 6, Pendle 3 Bradley 0.
Div 3: Cowling Res 1 Oakworth Res 3, Grindleton Res 2 Cononley Sp Res 3, Oxenhope Rec III 2 Silsden WS Res 4.
Div 4: Addingham Res 2 Sutton 6, Bradley Res 4 Skipton Town Res 2.
Div 4 League Cup: Pendle Renegades Res 3 Ingrow & WV Res 3 (Pendle win 3-2 on penalties).
Div 1: Brighouse Old Boys 0 Denholme United 2.
Bardsey 1 Oxenhope Rec 0
Despite missing four key players, Oxenhope put a spirited performance against Bardsey, last season’s West Yorkshire League champions, who are again top of the table and favourites to lift the title.
In the first half, it was the league leaders who had the majority of the play but Oxenhope had the better scoring opportunities.
Oakworth 1 Silsden White Star 1
Danny Cox added to last week’s brace at Chatburn with Whitestars’ only goal of the game as they shared the Craven League points in a Division One draw at Oakworth.
Oakworth brought Matthew Wilson back into the first-team fold in a must-win game for both teams, who were looking to avoid relegation.
Silsden started brightly and were ahead within the first 10 minutes. A quick ball sent long from defence caught the Oakworth back line napping and Cox raced through to coolly knock the ball past the oncoming keeper.
Brighouse Old Boys 0 Denholme United 2
Oxenhope Rec Res 5 FC RIASA Res 0
After their recent poor displays, Oxenhope’s second string bounced back to their true form to maintain their place at the head of Alliance Division Two with a commanding display against mid-table RIASA.
Oxenhope took the lead midway through the first half when Tony Cooper muscled his way to the edge of the box and, when his shot was blocked, Michael Donohoe was on hand to put away the rebound.
Cowling Res 1 Oakworth Res 3
Simon Harris hit a hat-trick as Oakworth stole a march on their promotion outsider rivals in Division Three of the Craven League.
Oak are seven points adrift of second-placed Silsden White Star but have two games in hand and play them a week on Saturday.
Liam Kelly was man of the match.
Bradley Reserves 4 Skipton Town Reserves 2
Ighton Leigh 0 Cowling 2
Adam Smith and Tom Sowerbutts found the net to keep Cowling in pole position to lift the Craven League title as the Premier Division season hits the home straight.
Third-placed Cowling are just a point off the top with a game in hand on leaders Skipton LMS and second-placed Rolls.
A remarkable run has seen Cowling win eight and draw one of their nine games since a 2-1 home defeat by Embsay way back at the start of October.
Ingrow & Worth Valley 1 Hellifield Sports 6
Ingrow’s outside hopes of promotion were dashed as they crashed at home to their nearest rivals in the race to catch the top two in Division Two of the Craven League.
Liam Baker scored the only goal in a performance that brought an end to the Steampigs’ five-match unbeaten run, against a team who had already beaten them 5-2 earlier in the season and who now leapfrog them in the table.
With two games to play, Ingrow trail second-placed Pendle by five points and Hellifield by two from four games more.
Master blaster: Phil Dodsworth slams home his spot-kick. Pictures: Elaine Marsh
Pendle Renegades Res 3
Ingrow & Worth Valley Res 3
(Pendle won 3-2 on penalties)
Ingrow hopes of silverware in the Craven League Division Four Cup were dashed in cruel fashion.
After hitting back from two goals down to go ahead, they conceded a last-gasp equaliser and then went out on penalties.
Earby Town 0 Wilsden Athletic 5
Wilsden stepped up their late charge for promotion from Division One of the Craven League with a stunning demolition of one of their rivals.
The hosts could not live with Wilsden as Ryan Gill rattled home a hat-trick and Tom Dibb and Alex Lancaster added a goal each.
Glossop North End 1 Silsden 3
Silsden completed a rapid North West Counties League double over high-flying Glossop.
Following the home 1-0 win a fortnight ago, the Cobbydalers finished the job in style.
Peter Hanson put the visitors ahead after nine minutes and Andy Lee fired home a stunning second.
It was left to Joe Gaughan to make the points safe with a 68th-minute penalty after a push on Lee in the box.
Jason Gorton handed the hosts a late consolation when he pulled one back for the Premier Division’s fourth-placed side in the 89th minute.
New Mills Res 0 Silsden Res 1
Chris Wademan struck the only goal of the game to earn Silsden a place in the semi-finals of the North West Counties League Reserve Division Cup.
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Steeton Reserves 9 Tyersal Reserves 2
Ringmaster: Joe Kershaw
Steeton started like a house on fire with new signing Joe Kershaw prompting them on their way to a stunning West Riding County League success.
Adam Spencer struck a treble with a brace apiece for Ben McCormack and Will Lee. Stevie Lee and Andy Foster were also on the scoresheet.
A delighted manager Clark O’Dwyer said: “It’s the best start we’ve had this season and we totally battered them in the first half.
“We were 7-1 up at half-time but it was a different game in the second half as Tyersal tightened things up.
“But we battled well and scored two more. It was a good game all round.
“Ginner Kershaw was brilliant. He ran the show and kept pushing us forward.”
Addingham Reserves 2 Sutton 6
Sutton finished their first Craven League campaign in style with a convincing win at Addingham.
A hat-trick from Zaggy Pearson, another two from leading scorer Callum Lowe and a lovely mazey run from his own box ended with Danny Collins slotting the ball home to complete the six for Sutton.
It means Sutton finished their Division Four season with a seven-match unbeaten run.