Buttershaw back in old routine as Queensbury shot down by hat-trick of hat-tricks (From Bradford Telegraph and Argus)
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Buttershaw back in old routine as Queensbury shot down by hat-trick of hat-tricks
Buy this photo » Cuedos Rangers' Danny Lawler flies in to tackle Liam Roper of Peel Park, who won the Division One match 3-1
The Bradford Sunday Alliance League swung back into action with virtually a full programme in the top two divisions at the weekend.
Despite taking 20 minutes to score their first, White Star led by five at the interval.
After adding to their lead, the visitors made a breakthrough with goals from Scott Swan and Lee Ashford. However, the defending champions got back into their groove and added a further five goals to complete a landslide victory.
There were hat-tricks for Jordan Missin, Graeme Sides and Steve Hollingworth and further goals from Glynn Beale and new signing and debutant Curtis McMahon.
Both promoted clubs marked their Premier Division debuts with wins.
In Division One , promoted Buttershaw Celtic beat relegated Ventus Sports 2-1.
With the game heading for a draw at 1-1, up popped Kane Ramsden to head home the winner for the hosts.
Stanningley Albion travelled to Kieghley and came back with the three points in a 4-1 victory with goals from Tom Jarman, Liam Sanderson, Jordon Smith and Luke Hunter.
Peel Park visited Cuedos Rangers and took the spoils 3-1. Matty Hannan grabbed a brace and an own goal added to Rangers’ misery.
Terry Hargreaves scored a late consolation goal but the visitors were worthy winners.
White Eagles raced into a three-goal lead in the first half at Tyersal .
Damian Rushworth sparked a tremendous fightback from the hosts at Arkwright Street but it proved in vain.