ILKLEY Town had five different scorers as they marched into the semi-finals of the West Riding County FA Challenge Cup.

On target for the West Yorkshire League Premier Division club against Yorkshire Amateur League visitors Leeds Medics & Dentists were Tim Edney, Harry Higgins, Robin Layton, Matt Whitehead and substitute Aaron Davis.

Joining them in the last four are fellow top-flight club Carlton Athletic, who won 6-1 at West Riding County Amateur League club Steeton, and, from Division One, Rawdon Old Boys, who won 3-1 at Campion Reserves.

However, in the fifth round of the West Riding County FA Trophy, Otley Town lost 1-0 at home to Beeston St Anthony's, from the Yorkshire Amateur League.

Town made six forced changes, recalling Paul Rowe and a crop of youngsters, and went close in the opening minute when Luke Stainthorpe's cross just eluded the toes of the advancing attackers.

Anthony Garth calmly put Saints ahead. After a plea for more heart from manager Chris Peachey, Otley were better in the second half but still could not find an equaliser.

Bobby Neesam put an effort wide at the back post, while a rusty Dan Petty blazed over. In the end, only fine keeping by James Senior for Town kept it at 1-0.

Meanwhile, in the West Yorkshire League Cup, Oxenhope Recreation booked themselves a third-round tie at home to Robin Hood Athletic after a 2-1 victory at Baildon Trinity Athletic.

Lee Mathers put the Jenny Laners ahead in the first half but Oxenhope replied after the interval with goals from Dan Moriarty and Owen Williamson.

In the West Yorkshire League Trophy, Otley Town Reserves lost their second-round tie 4-0 at Leeds City Reserves.

There was also some domestic action in the West Yorkshire League, with Field gaining a much-needed 1-0 home win over Sherburn White Rose to haul themselves seven points clear of a relegation berth.

Substitute Jack Webster got the only goal in the second half against the second-bottom visitors.

There was an equally welcome victory in Division One for Leeds Modernians, who beat Kippax 5-1 courtesy of goals from James Claxton (2), Andrew Atkins, Joshua Stanley and substitute Wasim Khan.