CITY booked their play-off place with a comfortable 3-0 win over Wimbledon - and ensured they finished the League One home campaign unbeaten.
FIELD, who went behind after only seven minutes in midweek, ended up defeating Beeston St Anthony's 7-3 in the West Yorkshire League Premier Division.
CROSSGATES thrashed newly-promoted Cononley 26-4 in the opening round of fixtures in the Naylor Premier League, with Kieran Smith 21-6, Gareth Lally 21-8 and Jon Wood 21-9 being the pick of nine home winners.
The following have been dealt with by Bradford and Keighley magistrates:
City 3 Wimbledon 0
REECE Burke virtually swept the board at last season's City prize-giving ceremony.
THE qualifying round of the Yorkshire Cup and Eric Hutchinson Cup takes place tomorrow [Saturday], with most Bradford League teams in action.
SIR – Let’s change the subject for a moment. Instead of reading about those who want to strangle each other over Brexit, let’s ask those who use fancy words in their letters to explain what they mean and where they got them from.
THE experience of Mark Regan (Brighouse Sports) enabled him to win a tight Yorkshire Parks Merit final 21-18 against the underestimated Neil Tordoff (Wyke) at Hove Edge WMC.