A hat-trick from Tomas Poole helped to secure Staveley Miners Welfare a place in the Fourth Round of the Toolstation NCEL League Cup in one of five ties played in midweek.
The Trojans were comfortable 5-0 winners at a very wet Birkdale Stadium as hosts Bottesford Town
bowed out of the competition with the tie settled by three goals in seven second half minutes.
Jonathan Froggatt gave the visitors the lead on 19 before Poole doubled their advantage close to the half-hour mark and that is how it stayed until midway through the second period.
Poole netted twice more, with Sam Finlaw also getting in on the action, to seal the tie with a quarter-of-an-hour remaining.
were three minutes away from their first victory of the season as goals from David West and Joshua Ward had given them a 2-1 lead at Worsbrough Bridge Athletic
after Scott Batty had given the hosts an early opener.
But, Kyle Wordsworth struck twice to condemn the visitors to a 3-2 defeat and joining Worsbrough in the last sixteen are Winterton Rangers
who won 4-1 at home to Grimsby Borough
The game was scoreless at the interval but Gareth Barlow, Nathan Peat and Bruno Holden had Rangers 3-0 up by the 70th minute, Harry Burke pulled one back from the penalty spot but Barlow's second completed the scoring in injury time.
Edward Cass scored the only goal of the game as Hemsworth Miners Welfare
sneaked past visitors Campion
and AFC Mansfield
let a two-goal lead slip at Maltby Main
but eventually went through on penalties.
The Bulls were in front courtesy of goals from Luke Walker and Brandon Webster but Sam Liversidge and Gavin King got on the scoresheet for the hosts to force a shoot-out after a 2-2 draw that AFC Mansfield won 5-4.
Alex Lill scored all of Swallownest
's goals as they won 4-3 at Nostell Miners Welfare
in Division One, in a game where the home side were leading 3-1 by the half-hour thanks to Jack Waldron's opener and a Richard Collier double.
Swallownest move up one place to twelfth whilst Nostell stay in sixth having missed out on a chance to cut the gap to fourth place to one point.
were beaten 7-0 at Vanarama National League North side Farsley Celtic in the Second Round of the West Riding Cup but Eccleshill United
's home clash with Garforth Town
and Yorkshire Amateur
's meeting with FC Hailfax Town were postponed due to waterlogged pitches.
And, the ongoing wet weather also put paid to Selby Town
's Buildbase FA Vase tie with Bridlington Town
for the second time whilst Goole AFC
's trip to Liversedge
in the League Cup was another victim.
Photo: Staveley Miners Welfare (orange) celebrate their fourth goal under the floodlights at Birkdale Stadium in a 5-0 Toolstation NCEL League Cup victory over their hosts Bottesford Town on Wednesday night. (Picture: Robert Barraclough)