BRADLEY didn't exactly cash in on their two-division superiority at Otley Town in the Skipton Body Repair Centre Craven League's blue-riband competition.

The hosts are bottom of the pile, being 11th in Division Three, while Bradley are tenth in Division One, but only triumphed 3-1 in the first-round Northern Plant Hire Trophy tie.

Matthew Biggin (2) and man of the match Jordan Blackburn were on target for the visitors, who led 2-0 at half-time.

Sutton, who are only a place above Otley Town, went down 6-1 at Bingley Town, who are third in Division Two.

Ben Wilson netted in the second half for the away team, whose man of the match was Jack Kennedy, but it was only 1-0 at half-time.

The all-Division Three tie between Broomhill Reserves and Horton was abandoned, but had gone on long enough for Broomhill's Cameron Gallindo to be named as their man of the match.

In a truncated programme due to the weather, there was also some league action, but it only brought more bad news for Sporting Keighley, who lost 12-1 at new Premier Division leaders Settle United.

Third-from-bottom Sporting, who trailed 7-0 at half-time and have now conceded 56 goals in nine matches, got a consolation goal in the second half from substitute Mohammed Zubair, with Shazad Khan being their man of the match.