STEETON booked their quarter-final place in the West Riding County FA Challenge Cup with a fourth-round 4-1 home win over West Riding County Amateur League Premier Division rivals Salts.

A large crowd at Summerhill Lane saw Sam Rooke give Steeton a first-half advantage before an early second-half equaliser from Jamie Birchall.

Yet Steeton piled on the pressure and two goals in a five-minute spell – the first from Andy Briggs on the hour and then one from Ben Richardson – gave them a 3-1 lead before Ben Clarkson wrapped up the victory.

Steeton will now host holders Carlton Athletic, who saw off Newsome by the same score.

Division One side Overthorpe Sports Club missed the chance to reach the last eight of the West Riding County FA Challenge Trophy.

They lost a penalty shoot-out 4-2 at home to Wakefield League opponents Prince of Wales (Ossett) after the game ended at 4-4 in normal time.

Domestic knockout action saw Campion booked their place in the semi-finals of the Premier Division Cup as they became the first team to beat hosts Golcar United.

The teams were locked at 1-1 after extra-time, with Alex Hallam scoring for Golcar and Jahro Parchment for Campion, before Campion edged a 19-penalty shoot-out 9-8.

Lower Hopton also made sure of a semi-final place as goals from Adam Stephenson and Thomas Richter gave them a 2-1 victory at Thornton United, for whom Ryan Malcolm replied.

In the Premier Division, Littletown beat Wibsey 7-0 with three goals from Mat Bugg, two by Joe Jagger and one each for Callum Wheatley and Aiden Schofield.

Rock-bottom Wakefield City picked up only their second league victory with a 3-2 success at Lepton Highlanders.

Salts Reserves bowed out of the Division One Cup when, after sharing six goals with Golcar United Reserves, they lost the penalty shoot-out 5-4.

Steeton Reserves did not require the help of penalties as when they advanced to the semi-finals with a 7-2 win at Tingley Athletic.

Ovenden West Riding extended their lead in Division One to seven points with a 10-2 victory at West Horton.

Goals by John Booth (3) and Mat Jones (2) were accompanied by others from Damian Randall, Terry Ryan, Glynne Beale, Andrew Butterworth and Scott Eastwood (penalty), with Ben McCardle and Ryan Sanson replying.