Linthwaite booked their place in the Heavy Woollen Challenge Cup Final with a hard-fought 2-0 win against Clifton Rangers last week which sees them meet Mirfield Town in the final.
In the Premier Division, AFC Chickenley had Tim Clarke and Levon Zserdicky on target as they drew 2-2 at FC Walkers Hounds to take a vital point in their bid to avoid finishing bottom of the table.
Birstall Cricket Club won 2-0 at home to Roberttown Rovers thanks to goals from Johnny Beverley and Dom Carr as they leapfrogged their opponents to move up to fifth place.
With Championship leaders Mount Pleasant not in action, Deighton WMC closed the gap at the top to a single point after an 11-0 demolition of bottom side Overthorpe Sports Club.
Coron Rowe and Adam Hill both hit hat-tricks for Deighton who also had Ben Simpson (two), Alex Shaw, Patrick Davies and Paul Pyke on target.
Old Bank WMC remain third after Oliver Rounding and Michael Rounding netted in a 2-1 win over Wire Works.
Hanging Heaton Cricket Club and Ravenswharfe shared the points in an entertaining 5-5 draw.
Joe Jagger hit two goals for Hanging Heaton who also had Tom Ramsden, Adam Jordan and Callum Wheatley on the scoresheet, with Ravenswharfe replying through a Stefan Madden hat-trick plus strikes from Ben Smith and Tom Padgett.
Clifton Rangers Reserves are a point clear at the top of Division One after they won 7-1 at home to Clifton Rangers Athletic.
Snowdon lie in second spot after Irfan Ali (two) and an own goal saw off the challenge of rivals Battyeford in a 3-2 away win.