WESTWOOD Park produced the headline result as Bradford Sunday Alliance League clubs competed in a mixed bag of fixtures.

The mid-table Championship Division club stunned visitors Thornbury Celtic, who are fourth in the Premier section, 4-3 to advance in the Senior Cup.

Elsewhere there is no stopping leaders Olympic as they continued their quest for a double with 4-0 victory to knock out top-flight rivals Ventus United.

Prospect and Crossflatts Village clashed in an all-Championship tie and there were plenty of goals for spectators to enjoy, with the villagers emerging 7-4 winners.

Gary Sunderland's hat-trick, backed up by a Jason Hobson goal, was not enough for Prospect as Colin Schofield grabbed a treble in reply. This was supported by Michael Garnett (2), George Clarke and Colin Gill.

Queensbury were sunk 4-2 at fellow Division One club Beldon Oddies in the Intermediate Cup, with goals by Steven Mason and Henry Wogan not enough for the visitors. It could have been worse for Queensbury had keeper Nathan Almond not made a string of superb saves.

Mill Lane completed a 6-1 demolition job on hosts Parry Lane, including a hat-trick by Nicky Ellerton.

Division Two duo Peacock Bar and Scholemore Rovers played out a seven-goal thriller, with hosts Peacock getting the strike that settled the tie.

Adam Medley bagged a brace for Division One side Wrose Bull in their 6-0 victory at Eccleshill Punjab, who play a section lower.

League action saw plenty of goals in the two Premier Division games played, Swaine Green recovering from being three down at the interval to draw 5-5 at Thornton United.

Sandy Lane leapfrogged Thornton into second place as they beat Bolton Woods 7-1, with Liam Walton scoring the lone reply.

Station Hotel maintained their 100 per cent record at the Championship Division summit with a 7-1 romp at home to Wyke Rangers.

Josh Milner hit five of the goals as the hosts ran riot in the second half, with Mark Wilcox and Chris Bentley adding the other two.

Hand & Shuttle are fourth after beating Heaton United 5-0, with all the goals coming after the interval. Louis Softley, Daniel Softley, Michael Maclean, Liam Harrison and Myles Daniels were on the scoresheet.

Northern remain in pole position in Division Two after beating rock-bottom Black Swan 6-1. Cameron Whalley supplied four of the goals, with Bradley Benn adding a double.

Titans cemented second place with a 5-3 win at home to third-placed Beldon Oddies Reserves. Top scorer Mick Dougan and Ben McArdle bagged a brace apiece and new signing James Royal netted on his debut off the bench.

It was top versus bottom in Division Three and it went to form as leaders Bingley blasted hosts Clayton Village Reserves 14-1.

Second-placed Bradford Celtic edged their match against Westleigh Wizards 2-1 after falling behind, with keeper John Taylor ensuring the points went his side's way. A penalty in each half by Waheed Khan turned the tables.

Titans Reserves extended their unbeaten run to three league games with a 4-2 win at Eccleshill Lions, with Tyrone Pryce, Luke Firth, Dorzi Smith and an own goal outweighing David Priestley's double.