THE much-anticipated clash between Field and Salts in the Bradford & District FA Saturday Senior Cup was postponed due a waterlogged Hollingwood Lane pitch, but the other five second-round ties all took place.

Yorkshire Amateur League side Calverley United and West Riding County Amateur League Premier Division side Thornton United shared six goals before Calverley ran out 4-3 victors in a penalty shoot-out.

Earlier Danny Walker had notched a treble for Thornton, with Simon McQuiston (2) and Tom Westerton scoring for Calverley.

Wibsey found their goal touch at Athletico, as Lee Smith (4), Andrew Tasker (2), Daniel O’Donnell (2) and Callum Armitage were on target in their 9-2 romp.

Craven League side Manningham All Stars and St Bede's FC were 1-1 after 90 minutes before Bede's secured their place in the next round by winning the penalty shoot-out 5-4.

St Bede's Reserves were beaten 8-2 by Salts' Craven League reserve side 8-2, while Salts' County Amateur reserve side had a 4-1 half-time lead against Idle, courtesy of Nathan Hartley (2), Niall Gott and Wayne Walsh, before collapsing to a 5-4 defeat.

Elsewhere, Littletown, with goals from George Porter and Callum Wheatley, beat Dewsbury Rangers 2-0, while Overthorpe Sports Club, who had two goals apiece from Jack Angus, Kristian Angus and Tim Clarke, beat Howden Clough Reserves 6-1 to both progress in the Heavy Woollen & District FA's Wheatley Cup.

Ovenden West Riding progressed into the next round of the Halifax & District FA's Albert Crabtree Cup with a 6-1 win at Hebden Royd Red Star, while three of the Huddersfield-based Premier Division County Amateur sides - Britannia Sports, Dram Community and Golcar United - all won through to the next phase of the Huddersfield & District FA Challenge Cup.

The respective victories came over Dewsbury Town, Lepton Highlanders, and Hade Edge.

With the Wakefield City v Steeton West Riding County Amateur League Premier Division game being postponed due to a waterlogged pitch, only the Route One Rovers v Campion game was played.

Campion, with Jordan Hagyard (2), Chris Helliwell and Ross Kelly on target, moved into second place behind Salts with a 4-2 win.

Division One fared better, with both scheduled games played.

Hunsworth picked up their first victory with a 4-3 home win over Steeton Reserves, with Liam Gowan (2), Bob Taylor and Richard Adjec scoring, whilst bottom-placed Bradford FC lost 3-0 at Golcar United Reserves.