OLYMPIC are on course for the 'gold medal' in the GOALS Bradford Sunday Alliance League Premier Division.

The leaders met their main rivals, second-placed Thornton United, and beat them 4-2 at Eccleshill to open up a five-point gap.

Hosts Olympic were soon 2-0 ahead via Kieran Batey's 20-yarder into the top corner and Steve Hollingworth's chip.

United responded via John May, but Hollingworth then bagged his second before Danny Cunningham made it 3-2.

Hollingworth then completed his hat-trick for the district cup holders, but equally worthy of a mention was United's goalkeeper, who pulled off a string of fine saves.

The defeat dropped Thornton to third, with Oakenshaw leapfrogging them with a 6-2 victory over County Cup holders Sandy Lane.

Thornbury Celtic picked up their second point of the season after a 4-4 draw at Ventus United, whose goals came from Billy Summers (2), Aaron Irving and Jack Summers.

There are new leaders in the Championship Division, with Station Hotel in pole position after a 15-1 win at basement boys Bolton Woods Social.

Conor Banks's hat-trick led to his fourth man of the match award this season, while backing him up with goals were Lewis Carroll (3), Josh Milner (3), Ben Bateman (2), Andrew Benjamin and substitutes Connor Bower (2) and Dean Cawdrey.

Crossflatts Village bounced back in style after the previous week’s home defeat to Station Hotel with a deserved 3-2 home win against previously unbeaten Prospect.

Village squandered a few early chances, and paid for that when striker Brandon Hammond beat three players before drilling the ball into the bottom corner of the net for Prospect.

However, a Matt Wilson throw-in caused confusion in Prospect's defence, allowing man of the match James Gill to head an equaliser, and the hosts went 2-1 in front just after half-time when Michael Garnett drilled home a Colin Schofield cut-back.

A Robert Cook own goal made it 3-1, only for midfielder Tristan Innes to reduce the deficit before the end.

In Division One, second-placed Tyersal went top after a 6-5 victory at third-placed Wibsey. with Adam Jarrett and Josh Finan both bagging braces for the visitors, whose man of the match was Kieran Suddards.

Two divisions lower, Bradford Celtic went from fourth to second after a 9-0 triumph at next-to-bottom Wibsey Reserves, with Mohammed Waheed Khan grabbing four goals.

In the first round of the West Riding County FA Sunday Trophy, Eastward thrashed West Leeds Reserves 13-2, with John Selby (7) and Callum Brewster (4) getting the vast majority of the goals.

At the same stage of the West Riding County FA Sunday Cup, there were wins for Toller (9-0 over Horsforth Fairweather) and Lyceum, who were handed a walkover by Overthorpe Sports Club Sunday.