IILKLEY Town ran riot in a 13-0 victory on a windy Saturday afternoon at Wyke Wanderers.

After a home defeat to the same opposition earlier in the season, Town put in a professional and workmanlike performance to progress to their second ever league cup quarter-final.

Town put Wyke under pressure all over the pitch and within ten minutes they were ahead.

Matt Whitehead produced a fine run on the left before delivering a low cross towards the front post, where Nicc Hewitt flicked the ball past the goalkeeper.

In the 14th minute, Town doubled their lead as Tom Bull drove out of defence and released Toby Harris with a fine through ball. Harris took a couple of touches before firing low past the keeper.

Shortly after, it was three as Town played a short corner to Whitehead, who dribbled into the penalty area. Whitehead's deflected shot looped into the air and Adam Davey took a touch and then flicked the ball into the bottom corner to make it 3-0.

Immediately from the kick-off, Whitehead won the ball and released Harris to fire his second past the Wyke keeper.

For the remaining 25 minutes of the half, Town failed to add to their tally, as Harris missed a penalty and Tom Fleming was unfortunate when sent clear to see his effort hit the post.

The second half was one-way traffic as Town ran riot.

In the 50th minute, Joe Hendrie won a header and set up Fleming to score his 11th goal of the season.

After making three substitutions, in the 55th minute Harris released Whitehead, whose strike past the keeper made it 6-0.

The seventh arrived in the 63rd minute as Dave Hancock found Harry Brown, who beat three defenders before finishing low in the corner.

Within five minutes, Ilkley scored two more goals - the first was a sliding finish by Joe Hendrie while the second featured man of the match Whitehead scoring his 14th goal of the season from a tight angle to make it 9-0.

Two more quickfire goals followed as first James Wilson lobbed a ball to Brown who coolly rounded the keeper for his seventh of the season. Hendrie then played a similar ball for Harris to complete his hat-trick.

In the final five minutes, Whitehead was fouled in the penalty area and James Wilson stepped up to slot into the bottom corner.

This was followed moments later by Harris' fourth of the game and his 30h goal of the season after some excellent play by Hendrie released him to make a fine finish which cannoned in off the post.

Town are back in league action this Saturday when they entertain an in-form Horbury Town at Ben Rhydding.