WEST Riding County Amateur League clubs had a bad weekend in the West Riding County FA Challenge Cup.

Both Campion and Steeton were beaten on home turf in the quarter-finals by West Yorkshire League opposition.

A young Steeton side entertained holders Carlton Athletic at Summerhill Lane and lost 6-1 to the more experienced visitors.

Scott Hargreaves (3), Liam Moore, Scott Burns and Anees Younis were on target for Carlton, while Ben Richmond netted from the penalty spot for Steeton when it was 2-0.

Campion were undone by former player Craig Nicholls and two goals from Benjamin Durant for Rawdon Old Boys, who returned with a 3-1 victory, Jahro Parchment netting a penalty reply for Campion.

Ilkley Town joined their fellow West Yorkshire League sides in the last four with a 5-0 home win over Leeds Medics & Dentists.

Golcar United will have to wait until next weekend to play Yorkshire Amateur League outfit Alwoodley for the final place in the semi-finals.

Both Salts Reserves, at home to Leeds City OB, and Ovenden West Riding, at Shelf Juniors, had their West Riding County FA Challenge Trophy games postponed and will have to wait until next weekend to play their delayed fifth-round ties.

Only one Premier Division game was played in the West Riding County Amateur League and that was at Wakefield City, where the home side climbed off the foot of the table thanks to a 5-2 win over Thornton Untied.

Jermaine Moyce, with four of the goals, and Nash Connolly scored for Wakefield, with Stephen Wilkinson and Luke Hepton responding for Thornton.

Bradford and TVR United, who both play on 3G pitches, were beaten by their Division One opponents.

Steeton Reserves, with five goals from Nick McNally, two by Andy Howland and singles from Joe Flaherty, Mark McGee and Greig Hudson, thumped Bradford 10-0.

TVR lost 5-1 at home to Golcar United Reserves as goals by Jack Smith (3) and Gavin Armitage (2) swamped Abid Khan's reply.