A 2-1 LOSS to Trawden Celtic Juniors knocked Grassington United out of the semi-finals of the Northern Plant Hire Trophy on Saturday.

A brace by Jake Bancroft sealed the victory for Trawden at Town End Field. Reece Fowler scored Grassington's only goal.

Trawden will play in the final against the winner of the cup semi-final between Broomhill and Cononley Sports Club.

Cononley were in another cup semi-final last weekend, but they were beaten 3-2 by Bingley Town at Marley. Miroslav Allen and Josh Brown were on the scoresheet for Cononley.

Bingley Town, who recently win Division One to secure promotion to the Premier Division, will play Settle United Reserves in the Division One Cup final on Tuesday, April 23, at Engine Shed Lane. Kick-off is at 6.30pm.

There was no game in Division Two, as the only fixtures left to play in the division involve AFC Barnoldswick, who have only played 12 out of 18 fixtures.

AFC Barlick, who lost on penalties to Barnoldswick Town in the Craven FA Morrison Cup semi-final at the weekend, have a packed schedule which will see them play seven games in 18 days, including the Division Two Cup final against Grassington United Reserves at Ramper Park on Wednesday, April 24. Kick-off is 6.30pm.

Salts 4ths wrapped up the Division Three title with a 5-1 win against second placed Barnoldswick Barons at Salts Sports Association on Saturday.

Joe Pleasance led Salts with a brace, while Richard Magson, Stuart Mullin and substitute Adam Monkhouse were also on scoresheet for Salts.

Matthew Blackwell scored the only goal for the Barons.

A brace by Tyler McGladdery and goals by Jamie McAuley and John Samuel helped third placed iPlay FC beat Settle United 3rds 4-1 at Barrowford. Ben Barton scored for Settle.

Four goals by man of the match Mickey Ruddock saw Sutton win their last game of the season, an 8-4 victory at Cononley Sports Club 2nds.

The 12-goal thriller also featured a brace by Sutton substitute James Lumsden and one by his teammate, Scott Russell.

George Beckwith, Henry Day, David Turner and Matthew Phillips were all on the scoresheet for Cononley.