PENDLE Renegades are through to the Skipton Body Repair Centre Craven League's Premier Division Cup final.

Jordan Slade (2), George Skocky, man of the match Damon Whelan and substitute George Blackburn were on target in their 5-2 home win over Skipton LMS, Luke Baldwin and their gong winner Ian Craven replying.

The Renegades will play Grassington United, Silsden Whitestar or Trawden Celtic in the final.

Settle United are odds-on favourite for the Premier Division championship, despite being held to a 1-1 home draw by Grassington United.

Mark Loughlin scored for Settle, with Jeremy Gee doing likewise for Grassington.

Silsden Whitestar's title hopes suffered a big blow when the third-placed club could only draw 2-2 at home to second-placed Rolls.

The visitors led 1-0 at half-time but a Tom Appleby brace in the second half earned the Cobbydalers a point.

Cross Hills, whose man of the match was Sam Birks, have climbed out of the relegation places above Sporting Keighley, courtesy of a 4-2 home win against already-doomed Earby Town.

Luke Barker's four goals spearheaded Cowling's 5-1 victory over AFC Colne in a Division One Cup quarter-final, with Rory Entwhistle completing the tally as they booked a home tie against Chatburn.

But Skipton Town were surprisingly beaten 1-0 in another quarter-final at Broomhill.

Rolls Reserves sealed second place in Division One courtesy of a 3-1 win at home to Bradley, Matthew Coates (2) and substitute Tom Robinson netting for the second string.

Joshua Waind replied but only losing by two goals will give them belief that they can overhaul Bingley Juniors and stay up.

Bradley are three points behind the Wagon Laners, who have completed their programme, with three matches in hand.

Cononley Sports may well go on to finish third in Division Two, but there will be no cup glory to go with a solid league season.

Sports lost 3-1 at home to eighth-placed Salts in a quarter-final of the Division Two Cup.

Hellifield Sports are through to the Division Two Cup final after a 2-0 triumph at Trawden Celtic Reserves, goals coming from Jack Daley and Kris Lund.

They will now meet either Salts or Grassington United Reserves in the final.

The latter triumphed 7-2 over Otley Town in the only league match in the division, with the goal-scorers including Sean Clayton (2), Tarek Issa (2), Daniel Pow and Robert Smithies.

Barlick Wanderers, who are third, drew 0-0 at Salts Reserves.