DIVISION One leaders Carleton have claimed a Premier Division scalp in the Skipton Body Repair Centre's blue-riband competition.

They beat Pendle Renegades 5-4 on penalties in the second round of the Northern Plant Hire Trophy after the match was 0-0 after 90 minutes and 1-1 following extra-time.

Luke Howsen netted in the additional period for Carleton, with Brandon Cocker replying.

Men of the match were Joshua Banks (Carleton) and George Skocky (Renegades).

Another team to bow out at the same stage were AFC Barnoldswick, who lost 2-1 at home to Manningham Allstars, with Nathan Hawke getting the consolation.

Meanwhile, Grassington United thumped visitors Salts 6-0 in the first round, with goals from Jan Ozdoba (4), Fred Binns and Dan Hunt as they booked a visit to Skipton Town on Saturday, February 17.

In Division One, Rolls Reserves have climbed a spot to second after a 3-2 win at Broomhill, courtesy of Callum Dickinson, Daniel Howard and Terry Robbins.

They are now level on points with leaders Carleton, who have played two games less.

Meanwhile, Bradley and Chatburn swapped places in seventh and eighth after the south Craven side triumphed 2-0 at home.

Ben Ramsden and man of the match Joe Stapleton were on target for Bradley.

There mixed results for two clubs from Barnoldswick in the quarter-finals of the Division Two Cup.

Barlick Wanderers conceded three second-half goals to lose 4-2 at Trawden Celtic Reserves, Tom Duerden and Sam Walsh netting for Wanderers, but cellar dwellers Barnoldswick Barons had a superb 1-0 win at at home to Ilkley Town Junior Men's Academy, who are fourth in the league.

In Division Two itself, leaders Silsden Whitestar Reserves won 4-1 at sixth-placed Skipton Town Reserves.

Man of the match Zac Conway, Simon Cox, Brad Fay and James Whitehead were the Whitestar marksmen as they stretched away in the second half after being 1-1 at half-time.

Liam Coates replied for Skipton Town Reserves, whose man of the match was Ryan Hoggarth.

Substitutes Tim McNee and Kyle Willis both netted for second-placed Cowling Reserves in Division Three, with Jimmy Anson bagging a brace in their 4-0 win at Iplay FC Barrowford.

Meanwhile, visitors Cross Hills Reserves are up to fifth after a 9-4 thumping of Sutton.

Jordan Hough (4) and Luke Newton (2) scored the majority of the second string's goals, with Jack Harrison, Scott Newton and Tom Snowden making up the tally.

Mickey Ruddock (3) and Chris Vollentine replied for tenth-placed Sutton.

Settle United Thirds lost 2-1 at leaders Burnley Belvedere, with Tom Strickland getting the goal for the third string, whose man of the match was Fraser Gowland.