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Alex Conroy also bagged himself three for the visitors but further goals from Kyle Willis (2), Martyn Dalby, Stephen and Lee Barker saw Cowling win comfortably.
Premier Division high flyers Cononley Sports survived a huge scare at home to Third division FC Sporting Keighley before securing a 3-2 extra-time win.
Goals by Aaran Abbas and Aatir Zuber goals either side of half-time saw Sporting level but strikes from Liam Mulloy, Jamie Page and Lee Thompson enabled the top-flight team struggle through.
There was no such problem for reigning Premier Division champions Skipton LMS, who beat Fourth Division Sporting Keighley with the help of a Luke Howson hat-trick.
Two goals in extra-time saw Rolls beat Division One 100 percenters Settle United.
Cross Hills found it easy going visiting Division Four’s Barnolds- wick Baron’s as they recorded a 7-1 win.
Gargrave on 5-4 in extra time against the spirited Fourth Division outfit Polonia Patson.
Dawid Zulewski (2) and Sebast- ian Karwat got the goals to extend the match for Polonia.
Jardstaw Maziarz then got another within the first period of extra time but goals from William Beckwith, Jonathan Chapman, Liam Jameson, Christian Moon and Matthew Simpson saw Gargrave into the next round.
Grassington United beat Pendle Renegades 4-2 at home in Division One.
That result is good news for Earby Town, as they now replace the Renegades at the top of the table after their 7-3 demolition of Chatburn.
Matthew Nutter and Paul Oldroyd scored two apiece in the victory to help them to the victory which sees them go one point clear at the top.
Embsay Reserves continued their winless season after a 2-0 home defeat to Pendle.
Cononley Sports Reserves came back from a two-goal deficit to draw 2-2 away from home at Bradley in Division Two.
Craig Ebbrell and Colin Throup’s goals for Sports mean that they stay one point clear of their opponents.
Skipton LMS Reserves defied their league form so far this season to beat unbeaten Skipton Town 3-2 on penalties after a 2-2 draw in the Second Division League Cup.
Cross Hills Reserves arelosing 8-2 at Colne.
Earby Town Reserves are through to the next round following a 2-1 win at Rolls Reserves.
Sutton secured a good point in a 2-2 draw away at promotion-chasing Broomhill in Division Three.
Cowling Reserves are out of the Division Three League Cup after their 3-1 defeat at Oxenhope.
Skipton Town Reserves stopped Pendle Renegades from going top of the table with a surprise 3-2 away victory in Division Four.
Horton beat Carleton 5-3 to move within a point of their opponents.
Andrew Hardeman’s hat-trick and two goals from Liam Wheeler saw Bradley Reserves through to the next round of the Division Four League Cup with a 5-1 win at Sutton Reserves.
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