GUISELEY marched through to the quarter-finals of the West Riding County Cup tonight – but Bradford Park Avenue were knocked out after a penalty shoot-out at Selby Town.

Avenue's hosts, from Division One of the Toolstation Northern Counties East League, snatched a late equaliser through Andrew Metcalfe to take the second-round tie to spot-kicks.

This was after Avenue had led from the tenth minute when Bradley Oliver broke the deadlock.

The home side won a nailbiting shoot-out 7-6 to book an away day at FC Halifax Town in the last eight.

Guiseley eased through with a 6-0 win at NCE League top-tier outfit Garforth Town as Reece Thompson weighed in with the first four goals.

The striker netted the only goal of the first half when he converted a Raul Correir cross.

He then rattled in a second half hat-trick before Jean-Yves Koue Niate netted his first for the Lions and Will Wells wrapped up the scoring.

Guiseley are next away at either last season's finalists Tadcaster Albion or neighbours Silsden in the first week of December.

Tomorrow night's tie involving local sides sees Albion Sports hosting Campion.

The home side will be favourites as the NCE League Premier's 12th-placed club welcome James Bicknell's men, who are seventh in Division One.

The carrot for the winners is a home tie in the last eight against holders Farsley Celtic.

There is also a league game tomorrow as Campion's divisional rivals Eccleshill United go in search of a home win that could take them joint-second in the table.

The Eagles are third as they look to break the 40-point barrier with a victory over mid-table Rossington Main.