A DOMINANT second-half display saw Keighley Town march into the semi-finals of the Keighley FA Sunday Cup in a 6-0 win at Throstle Nest United.

Town were guilty of some bad finishing in a below-par first-half performance which saw the deadlock unbroken by the break.

But they found their shooting boots in the second period and, after a number of near-misses, Ryan Stubbs opened the scoring midway through the half.

Five minutes later he scored again and the floodgates opened as Joe Drake (2), Danny McHugh and Leon Smith also found the target.

Cullingworth Youth should have played Crossflatts Village but Youth manager Allan Feather, for the first time in 64 years, had to withdraw his team due to a lack of available players.

Feather, who has been operating with a 14-man squad for the last three months, was missing several men. One player was suspended, one had broken his arm playing five-a-side and three others were unavailable.

Cullingworth had made considerable efforts to persuade players to turn out who had played earlier in the season but had since given up.

It was to no avail but Feather hopes to be back to full strength for Sunday's Wharfedale Triangle League Premier Division match at home to leaders Keighley Athletic.

Athletic bowed out of the Keighley Sunday Cup in a 2-1 defeat at Sandy Lane, Danny Driver on target for the visitors.