ONLY 13 of the scheduled fixtures survived in the GOALS Bradford Sunday Alliance League, but one of the additional games played featured two Alliance teams.

Mill Lane met Queensbury in an all-Division One quarter-final of the West Riding County FA Sunday Trophy, and hosts Mill Lane went through 5-3 after a hard-fought encounter.

Striker Kyle Dyche scored four of the goals for Mill Lane, who now meet Canal Tavern next month at West Riding County HQ at Fleet Lane, Woodlesford.

Lewis Forsythe (2) and Carl Gamble netted for Queensbury in a match that was played in terrible conditions.

Olympic's West Riding County FA Sunday Cup quarter-final against Lee Mount, from Halifax, was postponed, however, and will hopefully will go ahead next weekend at Harrogate Road.

In the Premier Division, Bolton Woods came up well short against Oakenshaw in a 4-1 home defeat.

Despite a strike from Andrew McHugh, an Adam Cronin hat-trick proved too much for the hosts, with Matthew Dempsey also on target.

In the Championship Division, leaders Station Hotel hit five against visitors Thornton United Reserves in a match that was also played in terrible conditions.

Debutant Dom Staunton was man of the match for Station, and also scored, while Ryan Basi, Josh Milner, Chris Bentley and Matty Knowles were on the mark as well.

Meanwhile, Prospect beat Harrogate Road 3-1, with Kingsley Rowe getting a hat-trick for the winners.

In Division One, Tyersal, thanks to strikes from Josh Finnan, Adam Jarrett and Jake Stott, were leading Shoulder of Mutton 3-2 at half-time when referee Paul Toulmin abandoned the match.

AFC Titans remain top of Division Two after beating Scholemoor Rovers 7-2, with James Royal hitting four and Michael Dougan threefor the winners.

In Division Three, the encounter between Eastward and rock-bottom Eccleshill Lions United was decided by four goals from Callum Brewster, a brace from John Selby and strikes from Shaun McVey, Liam Carr and Ryan Dunne that proved too much for the Lions.

There will be some fixture changes next weekend due to remaining West Riding County cup and Bradford & District FA cup ties.

The Premier Division games between Lyceum and Olympic and Swaine Green and Oakenshaw have already been cancelled, while, in the Championship Division, the fixture between Westwood Park Sunday and Bolton Woods Socials will be played later in the season.