Jagger takes Mick with four in 12-2 rout as Bowling go rolling on in Sunday Cup

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West Bowling went goal crazy against Heavy Woollen opposition Oakwell Hotel in the third round of the West Riding County FA Sunday Cup.

They blasted seven in the first half without reply and then added another five in the second for good measure.

Joe Jagger hit a first-half hat-trick for the hosts and then followed up with a fourth strike near the end.

Curtis McMarne hit a first-half brace, as did Chris Wood, who then went on to complete his hat-trick in the second half for a Bowling side who always reach the latter stages of this prestigious competition.

There wasn’t such good news for Sandy Lane, who went down 3-0 to Leeds side Halton Moor. In an all-Alliance tie, Stanningley Albion edged home at George Hotel, winning 2-1.

Napoleons Casino hit six against Waiters Arms from the Spen Valley area and Bolton Woods had a terrific victory at home to many people’s trophy favourites Seacroft.

Buttershaw White Star progressed to the next round after receiving a walkover against FC Barge.

In the County Trophy, Grass Greener beat Oddfellows Celtic 3-1 with strikes from Lewis Dean, Andy Patterson and Rob Coulter.

In the Bradford Sunday Alliance League Premier Division, Wyke Wanderers pulled away from the lower reaches of the division following a 2-1 win at Thornton United.

Neither Dudley Hill Rangers nor Peel Park could improve their position at the bottom of the table as they shared four goals and two points.

In the First Division, Manningham moved into third place after demolishing basement outfit Ancient Forrester 5-0.

Lane Ends and Victoria Rangers drew 2-2 in tense thriller, with Danny Backhouse and Dale Howard finding the net for the hosts and Jonathan Hicks getting a brace for the visitors – the last one a penalty to force the stalemate.

Butttershaw Celtic remain in pole position despite losing 4-3 to Oakenshaw.

Wyke Rangers and Bolton Woods Social played out an end-to-end thriller in Division 1A, however goals proved to be in short supply.

Woods went in front midway through the second half with a penalty but the hosts replied almost immediately through Dan Penny.

Swaine Green moved into third place in Division 1B with games in hand as strike duo Andy Lee and Sam Bradley grabbed a brace each as the hosts won 4-1.

Kevin Sanasy set up all four goals for Swaine Green in a terrific individual display and Andy Lee scored the goal of the match and continued his rich vein of form.

Ventus United were replaced in pole position by Red Lion as the former leaders went down 2-1 at Alexander FC, with Kyle Brearley giving a stunning man-of-the-match performance.

Red Lion hit three without reply against Beldon Sports.

In Division 2A, Shoulder of Mutton trailed Turf FC 2-0 at the interval after strikes by Ed McCann and Jordan Sargent. They were transformed after the break though, hitting three unanswered goals to emerge victors.

Grass Greener United B’s Aidan Holroyd hit a last-minute equaliser against Bradford Vale B in Division 3B.

Queen Hotel hit four without reply against Clayton Village reserves, with two goals from debutant Dean Louch. Other strikes came from Sam Prest and Saqlain Shah to round off a convincing victory. Craig Louch was man of the match for the second week running.


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