GUISELEY Under 14 Girls overcame cup final penalty pressure to secure silverware against Bradford City.

It was a close fought contest in the last stage of the West Riding Junior Girls' Trophy between the two local rivals.

City struck first through Kadie Lawford, but Guiseley showed steel to hit back just before half-time.

At 1-1, the Bantams youth side pushed for a winner, and hit the woodwork several times, but were unable to break through.

With the score tied after the allotted 70 minutes, it had to be settled on penalties.

Guiseley were the ones to hold their nerve and claimed the trophy as their prize.

In a higher age bracket, Leeds United Under 16s retained the Junior Girls' Cup with a mighty fine nine goal shutout against Brighouse Town.

It could have been more too if it hadn't been for some outstanding saves from the Town keeper.

There was a limited programme in the West Riding County Women's Football League and a number of those games were postponed.

Tyersal travelled to Dewsbury Rangers in the First Division, and were able to name substitutes for the first time this year.

The visitors have little to play for now, but a narrow 1-0 will have an effect on Dewsbury who are at risk of dropping to the division below as they occupy second-bottom.

A win could have seen the hosts move within two points of safety, but they remain five adrift with only two to play and with a far inferior goal difference to eighth place Skipton Town.

Tyersal's stand-in keeper and captain Allana Shaw had little to do in the first half and the only action of the game came from the visitor's top scorer Abbie Tate.

She took her tally for the season to 15 goals in 15 starts and secured the three points for her side with the sole strike.

Farsley Junior First are still yet to lose a game all season in the Second Division, after their 4-0 win at home to Thackley Reserves.

In the Regional League, Farsley Celtic were in front, but lost 3-2 at Tynedale.

Guiseley Vixens ended a poor month on a high at AFC Fylde in the FA Women's National League Northern Premier Division.

The first half was played out in midfield with few clear goal-scoring chances for either team, before Ellie Casper's second-half tap-in sealed three points for the Vixens'.

In Division One North, Brighouse Town came from behind to win 2-1 at Newcastle keeping them in with a chance of reaching second spot.

Lavinia Nkomo with a goal and a Charlotte Blythe free kick did good for the visitors.

Emma Lee's early opener for Leeds United against Morecambe was the difference in a close game at Elland Road.