The Heavy Woollen Sunday League have five representatives safely through to the West Riding County Cup third round.
AFC Chickenley eased to a 7-2 victory over Bolton Woods and will entertain Kirk Deighton Rangers in the last 32.
A hat-trick from Michael Chadwick, a brace from Tim Clarke plus further strikes from Blake Dewhirst and Jack Smith saw Chickenley make comfortable progress.
St John Fisher won 6-1 against Mount Pleasant, whose consolatioln goal came from Faisal Adam, and they host White Eagle or Seacroft in the third round.
Woodkirk Valley beat Wrenthorpe Rangers 2-0 to set up a clash with West Bowling, while Clifton Rangers won 4-0 away at Original Oak.
Town Rangers needed penalties to overcome Thornton United Reserves after a 3-3 draw.
Andy Gott and Duane Fascione scored for Ravenswharfe but they lost 5-2 against Eccleshill, while Millbridge WMC went down 8-2 at Thornton United.
Birkenshaw Reserves edged out Heavy Woollen rivals Snowdon in the West Riding County Trophy second round.
Stuart Kiltie hit a brace for Birkenshaw, who also had Lee Brook, Ryan Hird and Liam Thomas on target.
Snowdon replied through Bilal Mir (two), Adam Mohammed and Noman Hussain.
Nathan Clarke struck all five goals as Punch Bowl won 5-3against Gallopers but Rose of York lost out on penalties against Hambleton.
The Heavy Woollen League are guaranteed at least one side through to the last 16 as Punch Bowl host Birkenshaw in the fourth round.
Patrick Davies hit four goals as Saville Arms won 7-0 at home to Beldon Oddies. Adam Womersley, Jordan Walton and Jermaine Davies netted the others.
Saville Arms host Chapel Allerton or Beechwood in the fourth round.
Joe Lyttle hit a hat-trick as Batley Irish Nash won 4-2 at Field Head, with Elliott Williams bagging the other.
Oakwell Motel enjoyed their first win in the Heavy Woollen Sunday League Premier Division as they secured a 9-4 triumph over Overthorpe Sports Club.
Johnny Beverley and Darren Fothergill hit a hat-trick apiece, with Gary Foley, Reece Scholes and Lee Heppenstall completing Oakwell’s scoring.
A Steve Jordan brace, plus goals from Sam Sweeney and James Wilson weren’t enough to prevent Overthorpe from dropping to the foot of the table.
In the only other game played in the Premier Division, Birkenshaw moved to fourth place in the table after winning 4-3 at third placed Mirfield Town thanks to an Andrew Wood hat-trick and a strike from Michael Smith.
Jonathan Mitchell netted all three goals for Mirfield.