GOALKEEPER James Senior was Otley Town's hero as they claimed another West Yorkshire League Premier Division scalp in a cup competition.

After drawing 1-1 in normal time, Division Two outfit Town won the spot-kick lottery 5-4 against visitors Hunslet Club to reach the third round of the West Yorkshire League Cup.

On an understandably heavy pitch at the Showground, the best chance of the first half fell to the clubmen, only for Rick Parry to clear off the line.

Hunslet took the lead when the hosts were slow to deal with a corner, Harry Leigh being credited with an own goal, but they equalised in the 70th minute via Ben McArdle from a Connor Wilson pass.

Senior then did his stuff in the shoot-out, getting a strong hand to Hunslet's third penalty to make it two spot-kick wins from two this season as Town made their way into the last 16.

Rawdon Old Boys bowed out, losing 3-1 at Huddersfield Amateur, with Chris Softley getting what proved to be the consolation goal in the first half.

In the Premier Division, Ilkley Town dropped from second to third on the back of a 4-0 home defeat to Leeds City, who climbed one spot to replace them.

Pool lost at Headingley, with Ashley Austin getting the only goal in the 83rd minute.

Wyke Wanderers stayed fifth in Division One, despite a 3-0 home victory over Howden Clough, while Oxenhope Rec beat Leeds Modernians 3-2 to climb to 11th and go three points above the drop zone.

Lee Reilly's brace was added to by Tom Marshall – but they lost James Bailey to two yellow cards, with the Mods goals coming from Danny Claxton and Joshua Stanley.

Basement boys Brighouse Old Boys lost 2-1 at ninth-placed Kippax.

In Alliance Division One, Field romped to a 5-1 victory at Leeds Modernians to stay second.

On the mark for the visitors were Ben Baker (2), Danny Farrar, Levi Pedder and substitute Lewis Forsythe.

Oxenhope Rec drew 3-3 at Pool, with Will Lee (2) and Connor Pepper netting for the away team and Steve Preston (2) and Matthew Doran for the hosts.

Hartshead's 3-2 win at East End Park did wonders for their position, putting them seventh from a starting point of tenth.

Otley Town were below par in the first half of their Division Two match at Hampsthwaite United and trailed 1-0.

Yet they turned things round in the second half with goals from Luke Stainthorpe and Frederick Pessu to not only win 2-1 but go top of the table as title favourites Whitkirk Wanderers' match was postponed.

Ilkley Town are up a place to third on the back of a 1-1 draw at Aberford Albion, with Chris Morris giving Town the lead in the seventh minute.