In an attempt to avoid the high winds, Queensbury switched their Sunday Alliance Premier Division game at Foxhill to Fairweather Green.

Queensbury led 2-1 and then were 4-3 behind with Greg Watts completing his first Premier hat-trick for Fairweather before levelling at 4-4.

But Queensbury were denied a point when they failed to pick up Mick Burke who headed home Fairweather's winner in the last 30 seconds.

East Bowling Unity stay on course for the title after a 5-1 win at old rivals Oakenshaw.

Richard Dyson broke the deadlock early with Paul Newsome splitting the defence almost on half-time to set up Gary Shaw for Unity's second.

Denied a goal in first-half injury time, Oakenshaw had chances to reduce the arrears before Unity destroyed them with two goals in two minutes. Gary Shaw set up Dyson for his second before adding Unity's fourth.

Peter Craven, reinstalled as Unity's penalty taker, scored a fifth before Mark Wilkinson scored on his immediate introduction in the last minute for Oakenshaw.

The Wrose Bull-Stanley Road game ended in a 2-2 draw.

Paul Hassan Terralonge marked his return with a goal in five minutes as Road, through a later Michael Haran goal, led 2-0.

Wrose clawed back and earned their point with an equaliser well into injury time through John White.

In the First Division, Queens Athletic secured promotion to the Premier with a 2-0 win over Dudley Hill Athletic whose spirited performance belied a lowly league position.

The one side that can deny Queens the First Division championship title are Westwood who ended Pudsey Royal's outside hopes 4-3. With all players available for the first time Westwood made the best of difficult conditions with the Penn brothers John and his 16-year-old younger brother Jimmy sharing three of Westwood's goals.

Martin Clapham's fifth minute goal at Priory ended the home team's promotion hopes and edged Hare & Hounds three more points to division safety.

With the Division 1A promotion issue looking like Holme Wood and one other, Bank Top stayed in contention with a 3-0 win over Victoria Rangers. With five players injured Top, down to just 11 players, grabbed two goals from Dave Kay.

Chellow won the top-of-the table clash in Division 1B with Wyke Wanderers.

A goal down, two goals from Matt Bentham including a 40-yard chip and Barry Smith and Jamie Carroll, saw Chellow forge ahead 4-2 only for Paul Ryan's 45-yard goal for Wyke causing some anxious late moments.

Queensbury Reserves edged back into the promotion frame with a fine 3-1 win at Albion Sports.