RAWDON Old Boys are the toast of West Yorkshire League Division One.

Leading their section, they defeated top-flight Leeds City 8-7 in a penalty shoot-out in the West Riding County FA Challenge Cup to reach the quarter-finals.

It was 0-0 at half-time but Philip Stansfield and Craig Nicholls gave Rawdon a 2-0 lead before they conceded twice in the final eight minutes of the fourth-round tie, leading to the spot-kicks.

Otley Town, who are third in Division Two, also needed penalties to progress but in the West Riding County FA Challenge Trophy.

They were held 2-2 by visitors Armley CC, from the Premier Division of the Yorkshire Christian League, but won the fourth-round tie 4-1 to reach the last 16.

In the West Yorkshire League's internal cups, Wyke Wanderers triumphed in the second round of the League Cup, defeating Wetherby Athletic 1-0, with substitute Sam Digby getting the goal.

Wanderers, who had Paulo Lewandoski dismissed for two yellow cards, will now travel to the winners of Otley Town and Hunslet Club, who meet on January 27.

Field, who finished fourth in the Premier Division last season, are not pulling up that many trees this time around.

However, the tenth-placed club gained a very useful point in a 2-2 draw at leaders Beeston St Anthony's, courtesy of goals from Liam Charles and Kieran Suddards.

Hartshead lost 3-1 at Robin Hood Athletic, who had Harold Djuekam sent off.

Referee Matthew Hall was busy in the Alliance Division One clash between Oxenhope Recreation Reserves and Hunslet Club Reserves.

The official issued seven yellow cards – three of which went to Rec scorers Daniel Driver, who netted twice and received two cards, and David Nelson, who scored one but also saw yellow.

Pool Reserves climbed to 11th on the back of a 3-2 home win against Horbury Town Reserves, with Kevin Dennison, Ian Noble and substitute James Braithwaite on target.

Hartshead Reserves are up to ninth after a 4-1 home victory over East End Park Reserves.

In Alliance Division Two, Otley Town Reserves won 5-3 at lowly Altofts Reserves to rise one place to second.