Crackenedge’s superb run in the West Riding County FA Challenge Trophy came to an end at the quarter-final stage when they slipped to a 2-1 defeat at home to Honley last Saturday.
Crackenedge had beaten Beeston St Anthony’s Reserves, Robin Hood Athletic Reserves and Mount St Mary’s on their way to the last eight but they were below par as Honley secured victory and progressed to last night’s semi-final at the County FA headquarters.
Adam Williams scored Crackenedge’s goal but it wasn’t enough to prevent them bowing out.
Crackenedge are fourth in the Wakefield League Premier Division, 13 points behind leaders Royston Cross with five games in hand, while they travel to Real Moor in the Jim Callaghan Cup this Saturday.
Littletown recorded an impressive 10-1 win away to Wakefield City in the West Riding County Amateur League Premier Division as Joe Jagger and Matthew Bugg both netted hat-tricks, Aidan Schofield bagged a brace, while Rob Bordman and Morgan East were also on target.
Lower Hopton are just two points above the relegation zone after they slipped to a 2-0 defeat at leaders Salts, who scored either side of half-time through Joe Pleasance and Jonny Cunningham.
Hunsworth remain second-bottom in Division One after they suffered a 4-0 defeat at Tingley Athletic, who had John Noble (two), Josh Mayman and Charles Gecsei-Holt on target.
Hartshead have slipped to third-bottom in the West Yorkshire League Premier Division after they suffered a 3-1 defeat at Ilkley Town.
The sides were locked 1-1 at half-time but Ilkley took the spoils with goals from Tom Archer, Adam Davey and Tim Edney, leaving Hartshead just a point above second-bottom Sherburn White Rose.
Howden Clough moved out of the Division One relegation zone thanks to a 2-0 win over Rothwell, while Wyke Wanderers fought out a goalless draw away to Wetherby Athletic.
Hartshead Reserves lost 1-0 to Oxenhope Recreation Reserves in Alliance Division One, while Wyke Reserves lost 2-0 at Old Centralians Reserves in Alliance Division Two.