SUTTON virtually turned the Skipton Body Repair Craven League Division Three table upside down with a derby victory in their divisional cup.

The tenth-placed visitors were at leaders Cowling Reserves and came away with a 3-2 first-round victory.

Keiran Duxbury's brace for Cowling meant that it was 2-2 at half-time, but Sutton got the only goal of the second half to book a tie at Iplay Barrowford, who were also shock winners, triumphing 7-2 at second-placed Burnley Belvedere.

Will Bestwick was among Sutton's marksmen, who also profited by an own goal, while Martyn Dalby was Cowling's man of the match.

In the Premier Division, Cross Hills dropped from ninth to tenth after a 3-2 defeat at Pendle Renegades, who leap-frogged them into seventh.

Goals for Cross Hills came from Harry Eastbury and Billy Skelton, and their man of the match was Nathan Mullaney.

Two goals in each half was sufficient to see off Cononley Sports in Division One as Skipton Town climbed from third to first, Sports dropping a spot to eighth, but Bradley's second-half revival was not enough to defeat visitors AFC Colne, who triumphed 6-3 after leading 3-1 at the interval.

Chris Hogg, Joe Stapleton and substitute David Hunt were the marksmen for Jordan Blackburn-inspired Bradley, who stay tenth.

Leaders Silsden Whitestar Reserves won their top-of-the-table Division Two clash 3-1 at second-placed Ilkley Town Junior Men's Academy.

On target for the winners, whose best player was Zac Conway, were James Whitehead (2) and Oliver Peacock.

In Division Three, Cross Hills Reserves climbed from sixth to fourth after a 6-1 victory deepened the gloom for bottom-of-the-table visitors Otley Town.

Luke Newton was an easy choice for man of the match after netting five for Cross Hills, whose other goal came from Joe Wood, while third-placed Broomhill Reserves defeated Settle United Thirds, who are only two places above Otley, 5-1.

Tyler Brigg scored four of those but the gong went to Paul Wilkinson, with the other goal coming from substitute Jake Ward.