OXENHOPE Recreation enjoyed an easy passage in the second round of the Keighley & District FA Challenge Cup.

They won 7-2 at Craven League Premier Division side Cross Hills – scoring four goals in the first half and three in the second, when the hosts bagged their double.

On target for Rec were Lee Reilly (4), Tom Marshall (2) and James Bailey.

There was a limited programme in the West Yorkshire League, chiefly due to the weather, but the top four were in action in the Premier Division.

Second-placed Ilkley Town drew 1-1 at fourth-placed Shelley. Lee Spires netted for the visitors, who had Adam Davey sent off for two yellow cards while Toby Harris was also booked.

Third-placed Leeds City beat visitors Hartshead 3-2, who dropped a position to 12th.

Leeds Modernians, who are 13th in Division One, lost by the same score at home to fourth-placed East End Park.

Otley Town Reserves and Ilkley Town Reserves both had their shooting boots on in Alliance Division Two.

Visitors Howden Clough Reserves, who are 13th, were beaten 5-2 at second-placed Otley Town, whose goals came from braces by Luke Stainthorpe and Charlie Cartwright, with Paul Rowe getting the other.

Oli Mee, Chris Morris, Miles Ratcliffe and substitute Jimmy Husband were on target for third-placed Ilkley Town Reserves, who despatched 12th-placed visitors Wyke Wanderers Reserves 4-1.