THREE clubs from the GOALS Bradford Sunday Alliance League Championship Division defeated Premier Division rivals on a day of shocks and surprises in the Senior Cup.

Top-flight leaders Olympic hammed second-tier Hand & Shuttle 10-1 at Eccleshill Sports Field, while Thornton United Reserves bowed out 6-1 against Thornbury Celtic in another clash where the Premier Division held sway.

However, it was a different story for Premier Division champions West Bowling, who suffered their first defeat of the season 5-2 against Station Hotel, who are second in the Championship.

Bowling started well but Station took took the lead in the 26th minute when the visiting keeper fumbled Kent Smith's fierce shot into the net.

Two minutes later, it was 2-0 as Andy Benjamin cut inside this time to score.

Bowling, who had no substitutes and were carrying a couple of injuries, kept battling away but were sunk by a Chris Hanney goal.

Station made it 4-0 in the second half when Benjamin headed home a cross from Bowling old boy Josh Milner.

After 53 minutes, Bowling pulled a goal back, a defence-splitting through ball from Stuart McCallum giving Joe Wood the chance to calmly finish, and they were pushing for a second goal when they conceded a dubious penalty, which Ben Bateman despatched.

Chris Wood converted a penalty at the other end after Jamie Brennan was brought down, but it couldn't take the gloss off Station's day, and they will face fellow surprise packages Westwood Park in the semi-finals.

Park, who are mid-table in Division One, defeated Premier Division visitors Thornton United 4-3.

The other top-flight giants to fall were second-placed Oakenshaw, who lost 3-1 at home to Crossflatts Village, who are fifth in Division One.

Michael Garnett, Colin Schofield and substitute Stephen Schofield, with a 20-yard piledriver, netted for Village.

Village's player-manager Kevin Gill said: "I couldn’t ask any more from the lads. I asked for them to work their socks off and they didn’t let me down. It was like we had 15 players on the pitch."

There were five ties in the Intermediate Cup, but only one went to a penalty shoot-out, with Eccleshill Punjab winning it 5-4 after they had shared eight goals in normal time with Prospect Reserves in their all-Division Two tie.

Bradford Celtic are already through to the semi-finals of the Amateur Cup after defeating Westleigh 3-1. courtesy of a Waheed Khan brace and a 30-yard 'worldy' from Akeel Hussain.

There was also some league action, however, and Sandy Lane had a 3-0 Premier Division victory over Allerton, thanks to Danny Hook (2) and Lucas Mackenzie, while Bolton Woods are off the bottom after a 2-1 victory at Ventus United, with Jack Carter and James Thornton on target and Simon Gelder replying.

In the battle of promoted clubs, Lyceum won 2-0 at Swaine Green, the marksmen being Glynn Beale and Arthur Mountain getting the goals.

In the Championship Division, Toller remain in pole position after beating Heaton Athletic 4-1, while at the bottom Bolton Woods Social defeated Harrogate Road 5-2.

In Division One, Tyersal saw off Great Horton 5-1 to open up a six-point gap at the top, with man of the match Adam Jarrett and Josh Finan hitting doubles.