KEIGHLEY'S last chance for glory in the West Riding County FA Challenge Trophy has disappeared.

Sporting Keighley, Premier Division strugglers in the Skipton Body Repair Centre Craven League, bowed out 9-2 at home to Shelf Juniors in the third round.

However, it was a good weekend for Broomhill.

Their first team beat Cononley Sports 3-2 in an all-Division One clash in the league's blue-riband event, the Northern Plant Hire Trophy.

Josh Nelson, Marshall Pedder and Andy Tanner were on target for the hosts, who are three places better off than their opponents.

Cowling's tie at Horton was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

In league action, Premier Division strugglers Cross Hills went down 5-1 at fifth-placed Rolls, with Harry Eastbury getting the man-of-the-match award for the visitors.

Pretty much a whole division separated leaders Rolls Reserves and Bradley in their Division One match, but you wouldn't have known it from the scoreline.

The second string only won 3-2, with Jim and James Robinson netting for the home side.

In Division Three, Broomhill Reserves triumphed 7-2 at fifth-placed Bingley Town Reserves, and Tyler Brigg was an easy choice as man of the match.

He scored six goals for the third-placed club, with the other coming from substitute Kieron Blakeley.

In a basement battle, Sutton drew 3-3 at Settle United Thirds, with Aiden Robertson, Mickey Ruddock and man of the match Chris Vollentine on target for the visitors.