BRADFORD City Women have been handed a home tie with Sunderland West End in the FA Cup Second Qualifying Round on October 18.

Brighouse Town will host Spennymoor Town, Leeds will visit Stockport County, while Farsley Celtic Juniors will entertain Durham Cestria if they can get past Warrington Wolves.

That rearranged game with Warrington this Sunday means Farsley's league game with Bradford (Park Avenue) this weekend is postponed.

The women’s football programme over the weekend was dominated by the West Riding County League Cup, which saw two big scores and two games decided on penalties.

Thackley went out on spot-kicks to Hemsworth Town, after the game ended 2-2.

Hemsworth took the lead from an early corner, before Lois Cooper equalised.

After the break, Megan Butterworth put the Dennygirls 2-1 in front but Town brought the scores level to force a shootout, which Thackley lost in sudden death.

Skipton Town also went out on penalties to Wetherby Athletic.

Bethany Bancroft’s hat-trick had given Skipton a 3-1 half-time lead, but two fine goals saw Wetherby level the game up and they carried that momentum into the shootout to win it.

Tyersal defender Becks Ogden had a good game but was unable to prevent her team losing 14-0 to Morley Town.

However, Silsden put in a top performance to put 12 past Amaranth Crossgates without reply, including five from Elly Field and four from Megan Robson-Owens.

In the West Riding County Women's Football League Second Division, front-runners Phoenix beat Thackley Reserves, as Sanah Razaq set up Ikra Ali for the only goal on the half-hour mark.

Thackley goalkeeper Georgia Simpson, who has just returned from long-term injury, made several good saves to keep the score down.

Elsewhere, Brighouse Sports put in a great effort, but lost their FA Cup tie at home to Northumberland-based Blyth Town. The entertaining game could have gone either way, until a last-minute header gave the visitors a 3-2 win.