Fryston went off at a blistering pace with chances for James Dyson and Liam Cooper to narrowly pass or for the Chickenley keeper to make blocks.
The first goal was quick to come when a quick throw-in from Stuart Gordon found Lee Hudson inside the box and he placed Stephen Campbell who powered the ball into the net.
Dyson was only denied for a second by a big block from the keeper, but a fantastic through ball was then met by Dyson and he found Cooper who kept his composure to make it 2-0.
The most controversial point of the first half came just before the break when Leo Holbrook threw a tackle that the referee deemed unwise and was sent off.
Any thoughts that Fryston would just see the game 2-0 up in the second half were quickly dispelled as a penalty was awarded for the handball and Nathan Perks, playing as a substitute keeper, stepped up to score from the spot.
Fryston was unlucky not to add a fourth soon after when a lovely Josh Blackmore corner just eluded Gordon at the far post.
The fourth finally came through a direct route as Fryston’s second backup keeper, Jamie Rollinson, kicked the ball forward and Campbell nodded the way to Cooper who, once again, committed no no mistake to put the game out of reach for Chickenley.
Corey Davison then set up a great move by feeding Campbell whose cross was sent home by Blackmore for the game’s fifth goal.
The final goal came as Davison threw in a throw-in to Cooper who flipped the defender inside out before tossing the ball into the net to complete his hat trick.
It was one of Fryston’s best performances of the season so far and bodes well for some massive games to come towards the end of the season.
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Supporters Inhouse Property Lettings MOM: 1 Liam Cooper, 2 Stephen Campbell, 3 Spencer Bond.
A big thank you to the sponsors DjG Plumbing and Heating.
Fryston’s arch-rivals Shepherds Arms were also involved in a Premiership One Cup tie and won 5-1 against Stanley United (Sunday) with goals from Brandon Kane (two), Tom Brook, Robert Bloomfield and Lewis Hepworth .
Peacock Wakefield also won a penalty shootout after a 3-3 draw at Frickley Colliery and Horse & Jockey, 5-4 winners of a penalty shootout after a 1-1 draw with Ryhill.
Joe Lord was a scorer in the match proper with Ryan Keighley for Ryhill.
Wakefield Athletic progressed to the semi-finals of the Premiership Two League Cup with a thrilling 7-4 win over Dewsbury Rangers U21 secured in extra time after the scores were tied at 3-3 at the end of 90 minutes .
The hero of the hour was Danny Young who scored a fine hat-trick with a hit strike completing his hat-trick.
Rangers struck first when their striker Oliver Dickinson Brown took the side foot into the net. But Wakefield hit back on the half-hour mark when Young found the target with a clever looping header following good work from winger Joshua Harrison.
A fine save from a powerful header from George Mitchell kept the score at 1-1 at halftime.
Athletic grabbed the tie after the break with Mamadou Touray calmly stealing the ball and then his brilliant back heel setting up Young to score his second.
But Rangers came back through Arista Llewellyn and Callum Wilkinson to force extra time.
Wakefield still had enough energy to score four times in the extra 30 minutes with Kane Whitaker, Raymond Cheng and Harrison in net before Young netted a screamer to complete his hat trick. Dewsbury scored the final goal with Mark Scott’s first-ever goal in free-age football coming from the location.
Mikey Bell MOM was shared by Young, Levon Zserdicky and Whittaker.
An entertaining match ended with Wakefield Athletic A knocked out of the Championship One League Cup 4-2 against Hemsworth MW (Sunday) on their 4G ground at the Just Football MDC Sports Stadium.
Hemsworth quickly earned two goals before Hammad Ali responded from the spot and early in the second half Alex Cazacu equalized at home.
More chances were begging and Hemsworth took the win with two more goals. Mikey Bell MOM went to Cazacu, Jonathan Hoddell and Hammad Ali.
Wakefield Athletic B had to pay for missed chances as they lost 4-1 to Crown Scissett in the Championship Two League Cup quarter-final.
Aleks Celabicanin scored his only goal while the Mikey Bell MOM went to Musa Kabba, Chris Crawshaw and Ali Jameguy.