CROSSFLATTS Village gained their first victory since earning promotion to the Bradford Sunday Alliance Premier Division - and it was an emphatic one.

The Keighley side hit eight past bottom club Oakenshaw without reply as Joshua Eastwood scored four goals.

Ventus Yeadon Celtic United head the top flight as the early table develops after three matches. They beat Wyke Rangers by the odd goal in three at the weekend.

Wayne Sparks gave West Bowling the lead in the first half against defending champions Olympic but two second-half strikes sent Bowling to their first defeat of the season but they remain in second position.

Despite going down 2-1 at home to Alliance newcomers Keighley Town, Northern FC are top of the Championship on goal difference.

However, they have played a game more than Town, who have won their first two matches.

Wrose Bull were beaten by the only goal at home to AFC Wibsey but are second in the table in what could be a tight division this season. Nicky Ellerton scored for the visitors.

In Division One, FC Queensbury had a resounding 7-1 victory over Eccleshill Punjab as skipper Ross Mason hit a hat-trick. Man of the match Devon James, Ben Pritchard and Adam Renard were also on target, as was veteran midfielder Daz Fletcher, who weighed in with two assists.

East Bierley Village are top of the pile in Division One, beating Bradford Moor 4-0 to claim their second straight victory. Josh Mortimore, Daniel Ellis, Aarron Soney and Lloyd Webster all registered goals.

Park Pub beat Delius 9-4 in a goal thriller as Bradley Osborne bagged a hat-trick for the winners while Anthony Hebdon, James Ellis and James Templeton all weighed in with braces.

White Hart top the table in Division Three after hitting six goals without reply against Undercliffe.

Meanwhile, the Alliance have announced with deep regret that secretary and founder of White Eagles, Miroslav Nesovic, has died.

'Mus', as he was fondly known, was one of the league's great personalities and will be sadly missed by everyone within the Alliance and throughout local football.

The league send their condolences to his family at this sad time.