Arron Heywood fired a double hat-trick as defending champions Albion Sports cruised into the BRADFORD & DISTRICT FA SENIOR CUP quarter-finals with a 16-1 romp at West Bowling United.
James Bairstow added a treble to Heywood's six pack and there were also two goals from Alex Cusack.
Jay Sobers, Hardip Singh, Andrew Atkinson, Jordan Missin and Andrew Gallagher completed the West Riding County Amateur League side's tally.
Sheah Kahn struck the lone consolation for the Telegraph & Argus League hosts.
Sports will next take on Campion, who reached the last eight with a 3-0 home win over Dudley Hill Rangers thanks to goals by Ben O'Melia (2) and Neil Walters.
Tyersal were edged out 3-2 at Fields as two goals from Glyn Hirst and a Paul Brown own goal outweighed replies from Glynn Beale and Graham Sides.
Lee Grice (2), Mathew Bentham and Stuart Burgess were on target as Salts eased to a 4-0 victory at Spen Valley League side Bradford FC.
White Abbey Road and Crag Road United were locked together at 2-2 after extra time but Crag edged out their T&A League opponents by winning the penalty shoot-out 3-2.
The tie between Eccleshill United and Albion Sports Reserves was abandoned after 70 minutes.
This followed a serious injury to a player from Eccleshill, whose side were 3-1 up at the time.
Third-round draw: Albion Sports v Campion, Crag Road Utd v Fields S&S, Salts v Bradford PA or Thackley, Eccleshill Utd or Albion Sports Res v Wibsey. Ties to be played Saturday, December 19.
League action saw Littletown continue their revival with an emphatic 9-0 DIVISION ONE victory at Tyersal Reserves.
Littletown were hammered 10-1 at home by Salts in September but have since moved level on points with them in joint-second place on the back of five successive wins.
They sank Tyersal courtesy of five goals from Jobie Terry, with a Lee McKeown hat-trick and Mat Durkin completing the tally.
Keighley Shamrocks' woeful season was dealt another blow to add to losing all eight league games and bowing out of both the County FA Challenge Cup and Keighley FA Cup.
Their last chance of success was snuffed out when they were beaten 4-0 at Hemsworth Miners Welfare in the DIVISION ONE LEAGUE CUP.
Dudley Hill Athletic finally won their first DIVISION TWO game of the season, seeing off fellow strugglers Morley Town 3-1.
Stuart Reynolds, Brendan Folan and Liam Shields scored the hosts' decisive goals.
Rawdon Old Boys also picked up their first win with a 2-1 home success over Golcar United Reserves, with Lee Boucher and Tom Whitfield their goal heroes.
West Horton let slip a 1-0 advantage at Steeton Reserves and had to settle for a point from a 1-1 draw.
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