WITH 40 goals in their first six games in the West Yorkshire League's Alliance Division One, Field Reserves gave Calverley United Reserves, their visitors in the Bradford & District FA's Saturday Senior Cup first round, a lesson in finishing

Daniel Farrar led the way with four goals in the 11-0 victory, with John Penn (3), Dean Barton (2) and Conner Wignall also on target.

Meanwhile, Idle, last season's beaten semi-finalists, fell at the first hurdle when they were beaten 4-2 at TVR United,

Faisal Shabir (2), Asif Iqbal and Ehsan Farooq scored for TVR, with Ryan Mitchell and Jack Strudwick (penalty) replying.

First-half goals from Chas Taylor and Jed Wrigley enabled Hunsworth to beat hosts Tyersal 2-0, while a strike from Theodore Cokewright was enough to give Thackley a 1-0 win at Salts' Craven League


However, Salts Reserves, from the West Yorkshire League, beat St Bedes 3-2 to set up an enticing second-round tie against their first team on Saturday, October 20.

Both Littletown and Route One Rovers extended their unbeaten start to their West Riding County Amateur League Premier Division season with convincing victories.

Littletown completed the double over visitors Bradford Olympic, with ace striker Joe Jagger netting four in their 5-2 home success, with Mat Schofield scoring the fifth goal, while Zain Mushtaq and Kieron Batey replied,

Route One Rovers had a 4-2 win against Halifax-based newcomers Ryburn United.

Awais Khan (2), Daniel Yashin and Amad Yaqoob hit the target for Rovers, with Leigh Brearley and George Turner getting consolations for Ryburn.

Following the withdrawal of AFC Bingley after playing only three games, Golcar United remain top, three points ahead of Littletown, after they outplayed hosts Ovenden West Riding 7-2.

Buddy Cox with five, with Alex Hallam and Ben Boulton adding a goal apiece, while Jay Carney and Ashley Scully were on target for Ovenden.

Goals from James Heeley and Liam Royal gave Lower Hopton a 2-0 home victory over PFC, and moved

the Mirfield side up to third.

A goal in each half from Josh Debenham and Will Knight gave Steeton Reserves a 2-0 victory at Lepton Highlanders.