Liversedge are safely through to the West Riding County Cup second round following a 3-2 win over Campion on Tuesday night.
on made a number of changes to his line-up for the visit of first division Campion but Liversedge produced an impressive first half display which provided impetus for the win.
Marc Lumb gave Liversedge a seventh minute lead with a fine controlled finish from six yards out only for Laurence Sorhaindo to equalise for the visitors as he capitalised when the home side failed to deal with a ball into the penalty area.
The lively opening quarter continued as Liversedge regained the lead when Roy Fogarty drove home from inside the area.
Liversedge added a third goal soon after as Fogarty swept the ball wide and made a run into the area to meet the cross and coolly slot home and it remained 3-1 at half-time.
Campion made a lively start to the second half and Alex Cusack pulled a goal back after 57 minutes before Harry Stead was forced into a good save to preserve the lead as the visitors attacked again.
Joe Walton had chance to wrap up victory when he was sent one-on-one with the Campion goalkeeper but was unable to convert, although Sedge had done enough to book a place in the second round.