Easy Winn for Sandy Lane

Stuart Cotterill, facing camera, scored for Sandy Lane in their 6-1 victory over Bradford Skip Hire

Stuart Cotterill, facing camera, scored for Sandy Lane in their 6-1 victory over Bradford Skip Hire

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Only one fixture in the Bradford Sunday Alliance League's Premier Division beat the weather yesterday.

It was the contest between Sandy Lane and Bradford Skip Hire, with the hosts running out 6-1 victors. Danny Hook led the way for Lane with four goals, Stuart Cotterill and Christopher Winn making up the tally.

In Division One, Cuedos Rangers fought back from two goals down to defeat Manningham 3-2, Mark Buxton and Ben Oliver netting for Rangers in the first half before Owen Mince smashed home the winner on 70 minutes for a vital three points.

Goals from Adam Jarrett, Danny Allanby and Luke Hunter helped Stanningley Albion share six goals and the points at Oakenshaw.

Ancient Foresters took another three points to remain in pole position in Division 1A, beating Dog and Gun 6-4, while Oddfellows Celtic became the first team to take any points from Red Lion in Division 2A when they shared eight goals and the points in a thhriller.

After losing their opening five matches in the division, Celtic have gone 12 matches undefeated.

In Division 2B, Grass Greener United are up to second, only six points behind Swaine Green but with two matches in hand.

United beat Second West 7-2, with Adam Boocock hitting a brace and other goals coming from Sean O'Connor, Chris Sedgwick, Craig Marshall, Rick Skillicorn and James Smail.

With the top two clashing in the next few weeks, things are getting really interesting in this division.

In Division 3B, Damian Melvyn hit five goals as Park put 11 goals past Woodman Rovers.

 

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