SILSDEN recovered from 20-0 and 4-2 deficits to draw 4-4 at Ossett Town in the Flexible Football West Riding County FA Under-21 Floodlit League.

Jack Wrigglesworth grabbed a hat-trick for Silsden, whose other goal came from a long-range shot by Danny Hunt.

Silsden's manager Paul Evans said: "We earned a deserved draw."

Brighouse Town tended to take their foot off the gas when they were in front but they still beat visitors Yorkshire Amateur 6-2.

Goals came from Warren Hildred (2), Tom Gomersal, Tom Robinson, Finn Donovan and Jack Normanton, and Town's assistant manager Barry Thomas said: "We started well, but then conceded due to a mistake from our goalkeeper but, to his credit, he did not let it affect his performance for the rest of the match.

"We dominated both halves and should have scored more goals, but overall it was a great performance."

Eccleshill United lost 2-0 at home to Ossett Albion in the Northern Under-19 Alliance League, failing to keep up their decent standard of football.

Kevin Pedro missed out on a one-on-one with Albion's keeper, and the visitors took the lead soon after from second-phase play following a short corner.

Albion also netted in the second half when United gave away possession playing out from the back. 

Having tested their under-17s in an under-19 league this season, Eccleshill United will compete next season in the Under-19 Conference National League against clubs such as Guiseley and FC Halifax Town.