FOUR West Riding County Amateur League Premier Division sides have secured a place in the last 16 of the West Riding County FA Challenge Cup.

Steeton, who were eliminated 1-0 at the semi-final stage last season by Boroughbridge, got their revenge over the West Yorkshire League side by defeating them 2-1 at Summerhill Lane.

Andy Briggs, with two first-half strikes, set Steeton on their way to victory.

While Tony Hardaker pulled one back, Steeton held out to ensure a home tie next month against Premier Division rivals Salts, who returned from Sherburn White Rose 1-0 victors, thanks to a first-half goal from Jamie Birchall.

Campion were held to a 1-1 draw at Swillington Saints before winning the penalty shoot-out 10-9.

Earlier, Jahro Parchment had scored for Campion following Jamie Davis’s opener for the hosts.

Campion will now visit Huddersfield Amateurs.

Golcar United eased into the next round with goals from Callum Meade (2), Ben Burnett and Jamie Newiss in their 4-2 home victory against Drighlington, booking a tie against Halifax League side Greetland.

Thornton United were the only top-flight County Amateur side not to progress, despite goals from Luke Hepton and Brendan Maltby.

They were outshot by strikes from Sam Cunliffe, Phil Armstrong and Nathan Driscoll for visitors Uppermill.

Salts Reserves, Ovenden West Riding and Overthorpe Sports Club all won their way into the fourth round of the West Riding County FA Challenge Trophy.

Salts Reserves accounted for Wakefield League side Horbury Athletic 5-1, with Andy Saddowskyj (2), Deroy White, Nathan Hartley and Wayne Walsh scoring.

Ovenden beat Pontefract Sports & Social 6-2, with a John Booth treble complemented by goals from Steve Fullard, Glynne Beale and Scott Eastwood.

Overthorpe won 5-0 against their fellow Division One side Unita, with Danny Marshall (2), Steve Jordan, Tim Clarke and Jack Angus netting.

With all their rivals at the top of the Premier Division involved in the County FA Challenge Cup, Route One Rovers, with a 2-1 victory at DRAM Community, moved up three places into second, six points adrift of Salts.

Aqad Yaqoob and Shoab Iqbal scored for Rovers.

Wibsey’s unbeaten run of six games in all competitions came to an end when they lost 1-0 at Lepton Highlanders, with James Cudworth getting the only goal, while Britannia Sports and Littletown shared six goals in a 3-3 draw.

Hunsworth found their scoring touch for the second successive game.

After putting six past West Horton the previous week, they dealt out an 8-3 defeat to visitors Bradford.

Jack Cooper (4), Cameron Walley (3) and Oliver Durkin were on target for Hunsworth, with Mark Wilcox (2) and Awais Amed replying for Bradford.

TVR United and Steeton Reserves ended in a 4-4 draw, while Tingley Athletic and West Horton also finished level at 1-1 in Division One.