Ingleton clinched their place in the semi-finals of the Blue Fin Craven Challenge Cup with an extra-time win over Waddington.

Johnny Platten, Alex Hartley (pen), Ben Morphet and Laurence Read scored the goals which put them into the hat for tonight’s draw alongside Rimington, Gargrave and Sedbergh in Thursday’s draw.

Cononley Sports secured a semi-final against Grassington United in the Morrison Cup after overcoming a plucky Pendle Renegades side 4-1.

An own goal opened the scoring before Craig Gregory increased the lead with a fine turn and shot.

Renegades tried hard and tested Walton in the visitors’ goal without reward before substitute Lee Thompson scored two excellent goals.

Mastab’s Craven League Premier Division strugglers Embsay suffered a 4-3 extra-time defeat against Barnoldswick Town Reserves.

The home side took a 2-0 lead through Fred Midgley and Alex Conroy before Town settled and pulled a goal back before the break.

The visitors were the better side in the second half and equalised with Embsay hanging on as the younger Town side took complete control.

Embsay gave away two poor goals in the first half of extra time before