GUISELEY Vixens are aiming to progress in the second round of the Women's FA Cup at Fylde tomorrow and bring some cheer to what has been a tough season in the league.

Vixens have yet to win in the Northern Division of the Women's FA Premier League, their last match at home to Nottingham Forest last week having been abandoned due to Forest player Samantha Conroy sustaining a neck injury in the first half.

Thankfully Conroy was discharged from hospital this week after tests revealed she had not suffered major damage.

Guiseley have been boosted by the addition of Greek international defender Panagiota Papaioannou to their ranks.

Vixens Development team lost 5-0 at home to Leeds Reserves.

There were mixed results for Silsden in the West Riding County Women's League.

The first team enjoyed a 6-1 win at Brayton Belles in the Premier Division but their Development side lost by the same scoreline at Farsley Celtic Reserves.

Silsden visit Brighouse Athletic in the top flight tomorrow, while their reserves visit Leeds City.

Farsley Celtic Ladies are also in FA Cup second-round action at Middlesbrough after a 6-4 win against West Didsbury and Chorlton in the previous round.

Farsley Development got one point at Ripon City after Beth Evans scored an excellent goal. The Celts visit Hebden Royd United tomorrow, while their reserves host Dewsbury Rangers.

In the Northern Reserve Division Bradford City Reserves host Leeds at Rawdon Meadows, while Bradford Park Avenue travel to Wetherby and will hoping to get their league campaign back on track after a loss at Yorkshire Amateur.