Albion Sports under-11s A and under-12s B were both convincing CRAVEN, AIRE & WHARFE LEAGUE winners against Nab Wood and Weston Lane respectively.
Zain Mushtaq scored four first-half goals and man of the match Sumaili Cissa added a hat-trick as the under-11s won 9-1.
Nadeem Khan and Mushtaq's fifth completed the tally, with Suneil Badwaj and Adbul Majid also excelling in midfield.
The Albion under-12s won 4-0 thanks to goals from Zak Khan, Mohammed Tallah Butt, debutant Liam Singh and Karmdeep Sarai's solo effort. Defender Bradley Horsman made a string of saves as a makeshift goalkeeper.
High-flying Idle Juniors under-13s bounced back from their cup loss the previous week to whack neighbours Thackley 14-2 in the league.
Patrick Cooper (3) led the way, supported by Jack Strudwick (2), Peter Hartley (2), Josh Whiteley (2), Ash Hatton, Ben Dearnley, Nathan Richards, James Swales and Kyle Pierce.
Fairbank United under-15s saw goals from Abdulbassit Mossa and Umaer Aslam cancelled out but then pulled clear to beat Burley Trojans 7-2.
Akeel Hussain made it 3-2 at half-time and added his second goal after the break, with Abbass Khan and Mohammed Hassan adding penalties and Sohail Fiaz also on target.
Usman Kahn chipped a fantastic goal from the halfway line as BD3 United under-13s saw off Sedbergh Crusaders 3-1.
It was 0-0 at half-time but goals from Mohammad Izrar and a solo effort by captain Usman Khan saw United home.
Luke Wilson scored twice and Kyle Moulson's goal completed a 3-1 home win for Silsden Juniors under-14s B against Shipley Tigers.
Midfielder Adam Cooper was man of the match as Silsden maintained their title hopes.
Silsden Juniors under-13s A won 4-2 and 5-2 in a double-header against Barnoldswick Barons.
Dylan Budge's hat-trick was backed up by a goal from man of the match James Lee in the first game, all the goals coming in the second half.
Man of the match Josh Metcalfe completed the scoring in the second match after Ben Ramsden (2), Josh Holt and Ben Dakin had set the tone.
Bradford Tigers under-12s had another cracking contest against Long Lee as it finished 1-1.
The Keighley side had won the earlier encounter 3-2 away and would have added the home match were it not for a man-of-the-match display from goalkeeper Jordan Clements.
The Tigers, who missed a penalty later in the first half, took an early lead from William Gilroy but were pegged back after the interval.
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