CAMPION and Field secured Bradford & District FA Saturday Senior Cup semi-final places in contrasting styles.

Craven League side Salts were unlucky to run into a Campion side with their shooting boots on.

Trebles from Jahro Parchment and Matthias Britton were complemented by braces from Chris Helliwell and Daniel Oldcorn in a 10-1 scoreline. Steve Burgess had netted in the first half for Salts.

The match between Calverley United, with two goals from Mat Wilson and one each by Simon McQuiston, Eddie Hardaker and an own goal, and visitors Field was a much closer affair.

Field also scored five times via Danny Farrar (2), Tom Porter, Levi Pedder and Jack Webster in normal time before they won the penalty shoot-out 4-2.

Route One Rovers were denied a place in the Wharfedale & District FA Challenge Cup final when they were beaten 3-2 by Pool.

Shoaib Iqbal and Mohammed Khan were on target for Rovers in the first half, while Joe Garner-Curry (2) and Tom Fleming netted for Pool.

Steeton booked their place in the next round of the Keighley & District FA Challenge Cup with a 5-2 win over Denholme United.

Andy Briggs scored the first of his four goals early in the game before Ross Parr netted twice within a minute for Denholme to take a 2-1 interval lead.

The second half belonged to Steeton, however, with Briggs netting a second-half treble, with an own goal leading to a comfortable victory.

Wakefield City reached the semi-final stages of the Wakefield & District FA Challenge Cup with a 3-1 home victory over Red Lion and they will now meet Horbury Town next month.

Golcar United and DRAM Community progressed in the Huddersfield & District FA Challenge Cup.

DRAM accounted for Huddersfield League side Diggle, beating them 2-1 after extra time, while Golcar won 4-3 at Dalton Dynamoes.

Salts promoted reserve-team striker Andy Sadowskyj for his first-team debut and he justified his elevation with two goals.

Visitors Littletown twice equalised, with penalties from Joe Jagger and Mat Bugg, before Jamie Birchall netted a late winner to give Salts a 3-2 victory.

This restored their five-point lead at the top of the West Riding County Amateur League Premier Division.

Thornton United logged second-half goals from Tion Richards and Brendan Maltby but were edged out of the points at Lepton Highlanders, where the home side won 3-2 with strikes from Chris Gillespie (2) and Mark Godley.

The weather had a say in Division One, where only one game was completed, with Overthorpe Sports Club winning 4-2 at bottom-placed Bradford FC.

Sahil Khan and Abdullah Ahmed scored in the first half for Bradford before Jack Allerton (2), Kristian Angus and Connor Jackson netted for the visitors.