By Aidan Hopson

In the Huddersfield FA Challenge Cup Linthwaite Athletic kept up their incredible winning run in all competitions by beating Lepton Highlanders from the Yorkshire Amateur League Supreme Division 5-1. Max Morley (two), Oliver Taylor, Jake Morley and Nathan Wadsworth scored for Linfit.

Berry Brow knocked out Shelley Reserves, a Huddersfield-based team playing in the West Yorkshire League, 4-1. Goals for the Brow were scored by Paul Pyke, Daniel Facey (two) and Wayne Shooter.

Joe Fagan hit four as Moorside beat Kirkburton 7-2. Connor Grimsley, Rhys Roberts and Jason Evans also scored for Moorside with Ben Boustead and Luke Hanson scoring for Burton.

Slaithwaite United drew with Huddersfield Laund Hill 2-2 before going through winning 4-2 on penalties. Adam Bower and James Edwards scored for Slawit with Joe Fitzpatrick and Jordan Jaber scoring for Laund Hill.

Diggle Reserves are out of the Huddersfield FA Trophy losing 2-1 to Fothergill and Whittles Reserves. Daniel Gaskin scored for Diggle with Elliott Keane and Max Johnson scoring for Fothergill.

Jack Wadsworth (two), Chris Blakely, Nathan Kavanagh and Oliver Ashmore scored as Linthwaite Athletic Reserves knocked out Holmbridge Reserves 5-1, with Lewis Elsy scoring for the Bridge.

Netherton Reserves beat Kirkheaton Rovers Reserves 4-1 with goals from Ben Balmforth (two), Ethan Horsfall and Steven Hoyle.

Jahmal Lewis and Jack Haigh scored for Skelmanthorpe Reserves in their 2-2 draw with Deighton Reserves but lost out 4-2 in the penalty shoot-out. Liam Royal and Tega Uwanogho scored for Deighton.

In the Premier Division Deighton move up to second place following their 3-0 win over Netherton with goals from Kymarley Vincent (two) and Ben Stott. Kirkheaton Rovers move up to third by beating Shepley 2-1 with goals from Robert Holroyd and Gavin Armitage. Damian Sykes scored for Shepley.

Adam Smalley and Jordan Saville (two) scored as Holmbridge beat AFC Lindley 3-1 with Josh Wrigley scoring for Lindley.

Diggle move up to fourth place in Division 1 by beating third placed Honley 4-3 with goals from Will Rowland, Kobe Shaw (two) and Conor Bishop. Ben Lindley (two) and Morgan Connor scored for Honley.

Jack Woods hit six as Skelmanthorpe trounced a severely weakened Almondbury Woolpack 10-1. Wayne Conroy scored the consolation for the Woolpack.

Division 2 leaders AFC Volunteers were well beaten by Berry Brow Reserves 6-1 with goals for the Brow scored by Liam Walton, Dean Siddiq, Jamal Bent, Luke McLoughlin, Coby Taylor-Stead and Josh Scotthorne. Connor Durkin scored for the Volunteers.

Meltham Athletic are second following their 3-0 win at Wooldale Wanderers with goals from Zach Bissolati (two) and Thomas Matthews.

In Division 3 Britannia Sports maintained their fine form with their sixth league win in a row beating Meltham Athletic Reserves 6-1. Adam Kendall scored for Meltham with Callum Durrans, Chris Fowler, Jonny Bottomley, Clayton Phillips and Jimmy Meadows (two) scoring for Britannia.

Cumberworth Reserves move up to second place in Division 4 following their 2-0 win over Grange Moor Saints Reserves. Yunus Abdulmumini scored for Berry Brow B in their 1-1 draw with Netherton A. Miles Kingston scored for Netherton.

In Division 5 leaders Deighton A lost for the first time this season 5-3 against Skelmanthorpe A with Daniel Simpson scoring three for Shat. Richard Alderson and Luke Berry also scored. Sajjad Ahmed (two) and Leevann Brown scored for Deighton.

Matthew Chiappori, John and Ben Dalton scored for Hade Edge Development in their 3-2 win over Fenton United.

Honley Reserves lost 5-3 in their game against local rivals Brook Motors with Jordan Craven and Reece Craven (two) scoring. John Lodge (two), Josh Armitage, Max Pedley and Jack Turner scored for Brooks.