BAILDON Trinity Athletic are out of the West Riding County FA Challenge Trophy.

After drawing 0-0 at home to Yorkshire Amateur League Championship Division strugglers Beeston St Anthony's, the Jenny Laners lost 3-2 in a penalty shoot-out.

There was also domestic knockout action in the West Yorkshire League, with both Field and Oxenhope Recreation progressing in the League Trophy after thumping wins.

Field put five past Huddersfield Amateur without reply, with goals from Ben Baker (3), Liam Charles and Liam Lambert, while Oxenhope triumphed 8-2 at basement boys Kippax in another all-Alliance Division One first-round tie.

On target for Rec were McKenzie Dawson (3), William Lee (2), Jason McGee (2) and substitute Connor Pepper.

Field, who are second in their division, are now at Beeston St Anthony's, who are third, while Oxenhope in eighth are at Wetherby Athletic, who are mid-table in Alliance Division Two.

The focus of Field's first team, and also Hartshead – who are level with them on 21 points – will merely be staying in the Premier Division.

Field lost 7-2 at title-chasing Ilkley Town, managing goals by Danny Farrar and Jack Webster as they capitulated in the second half having reached the interval at 1-1. Lee Spires (3) and Toby Harris (2) were among Town's scorers.

Hartshead picked up a point in a 3-3 draw at home to Hall Green United, who are the other team now on 21 points.

Pool also picked up a point in a 2-2 scoreline at home to Robin Hood Athletic, with Tom Fleming and Tom Smith netting.

It was also a good day for Oxenhope's first team, who beat visitors Howden Clough 3-2 to climb off the foot of Division One.

Lee Reilly, Luke Scott and an own goal gave Rec the edge as they rose three places, climbing above, among others, Howden Clough.

Rawdon Old Boys recovered from 2-0 down at half-time to draw 2-2 at sixth-placed Boroughbridge but the goals from James Nightingale and Chris Softley were not enough to prevent the old boys from slipping to second.

Fifth-placed Wyke Wanderers lost 2-1 at Rothwell, while cellar dwellers Brighouse Old Boys were beaten 4-1 at new leaders Whitkirk Wanderers.

In Alliance Division Two, Otley Town remained second behind Whitkirk Wanderers on goal difference after a 3-2 victory at Wetherby Athletic.

Ilkley Town dropped a place to fifth on the back of a 2-2 draw at Sherburn White Rose, Blake Wood getting one of Town's goals.

Wyke Wanderers logged a great 4-1 win at home to fifth-placed Aberford Albion to rise a place to 12th.