THE BRADFORD Sunday Alliance Senior Cup final will be an all-Premier division affair between Crossflatts Village and Oakenshaw at Manningham Mills.

Goals from Matthew Dempsey and Patrick Sykes ensured Oakenshaw saw off Championship contenders Northern FC 2-1 to book a spot in next month's showpiece.

Holders Crossflatts needed penalties to overcome Station Hotel after their semi-final at Rawdon Meadows ended 1-1.

Station opened the scoring in the first half when Lee Elam made no mistake, before Billy Bailey equalised before half-time for Flatts.

The Bingley side kept their treble hopes alive when they held their nerve in the shootout, sub keeper Dan Thorpe scoring the winning penalty after Station had missed their first one.

Clayton Albion are also celebrating reaching a final after they romped to an 8-3 win over White Hart in the Amateur Cup last four tie.

Hayden Sykes led the way with a hat-trick, while Martin Charles (2), Steve Wilkinson (2) and Dan Hardaker also found the target. Elliott Holmes and Sam Thornton were among the goals for the losers.

In the Premier Division, Westwood Park went within three points of leaders Crossflatts with a 6-1 win at Wyke Rangers.

Glynn Hirst bagged a triple, with Tom Ponter, James Worsnop and Eisa Faulding also registering.

West Bowling won 3-0 at Sandy Lane Sunday.

With one or two players in unusual positions, Bowling soon took a grip of the game and took the lead just before the half-hour mark.

Jackson Smith swung in a corner for John May to lay into the path of Bowling's leading scorer Joe Jagger, who hammered in a fierce shot.

In the second half Bowling kept up the pressure and went further in front after 67 minutes. Jagger was wrestled to the floor in the penalty area and Steve Duffy stepped up to send the keeper the wrong way from the spot to score his first goal for the club.

This stirred Sandy Lane and they started to cause some problems but Bowling's man of the match, keeper Ash Onitiri, was not going to be denied a clean sheet.

The icing was put on the cake for Bowling when Jagger passed to Tawheed Ahmed, who completed a one-two with Kyle Dyche before slotting past the keeper for his first Bowling goal.