Brighouse Juniors Under 11s girls teams endured mixed fortunes this past weekend.
The Blues maintained their 100 per cent record in the newly-formed Under-11s Division Two.
Following on from their 3-1 victory two weeks ago away to Crossley Belles, the girls played Farsley Celtic at home.
They got off to a flying start and led 4-0 by half-time.
However, they were able to up the tempo and add a further seven goals in the second half, finishing with a resounding 11-0 win.
It was an outstanding performance by all the girls but player of the match Emily Kilroy scored four with Sidone Malcher-Akesson getting a hat-trick.
Further goals were added by Sophie Dallagher, Freya Kikuts, Abi Conway and Sophie Charlesworth.
The girls will look to maintain their 100 per cent away to Ilkley this coming weekend.
Meanwhile, the Yellows played their cup quarter-final match against in-form Guiseley Blues.
In atrocious conditions the home side went 1-0 up early in the first half with a great goal by Kaidy Firth.
Guiseley got back into it with a couple of good goals before Phoebe Pickard pulled one back for the Yellows.
But for a great goalkeeping display by the Guiseley keeper, Mia Harris could have bagged herself a hat-trick, however it was not meant to be and the away side led at half-time 4-2.
As the pitch became more suitable for mud wrestling than football, Guiseley Blues stepped up a level in the second half and played some quality football.
In doing so they added a further five goals and ran out worthy 9-2 winners.
Yellows put in a creditable performance with goalkeeper Georgina Newcombe pulling off a number of fantastic saves, but particularly noteworthy were the efforts of player of the match Deanna Dixon and Lily Butterworth.
The Yellows be looking for a change of fortune in the league this weekend when they travel to Farsley Celtic.