LAST season's Bradford Sunday Alliance Championship winners Crossflatts Village took a huge step towards clinching this year's Premiership title after a hard-fought 2-1 win over defending Premiership champions Olympic FC.

The home side won thanks to second half goals from the evergreen Michael Garnett and a deflected strike from winger Colin Schofield.

Kevin Gill's side are now six points clear at the top of the league with only two games to go, and they also have a superior goal difference over second-placed Westwood Park.

Crossflatts travel to Station Hotel on Sunday knowing that a point will be enough to see them crowned as champions.

Village midfielder Connor Erangey was awarded the man-of-the-match prize after an impressive display in the Village engine room.

Crossflatts are still on course for back to back trebles. They are in the Senior League Cup and Keighley Cup finals again and are defending those cups.

West Bowling completed their league season on Sunday by sharing the spoils away at Station Hotel.

On a poor playing surface, neither side could get any flow to their game.

But, Bowling started to pull the strings and Station's keeper had to make a great save from Tawheed Ahmed to keep the game scoreless at half-time.

In the second, Station came out fighting and Bowling's keeper Ash Onitiri had to make a save to keep his side from conceding.

It was the keeper who started the move for Bowling's goal.

A precise pass found Adam Jordan, who in turn found Joe Jagger before the forward beat one defender and then fired an unstoppable shot past the keeper.

Station then piled on the pressure, but Bowling's John May kept his defence strong until the last few minutes, when Paul Jackson found a way through and scored from close range.

Bowling finish in fifth, but could drop to sixth if Oakenshaw can manage one point in their last four games.

Prospect and Keighley Town switched places after their respective final games of the season in the Championship

A sensational six without reply at home to Rattlers allowed Prospect to leap Keighley into fourth, thanks to the latter's 5-2 loss at home to AFC Wibsey.

Tyersal can win the title this weekend, with a victory in their final game.

In Division Three White Hart have held onto second place for another week after a 4-0 victory at New Inn.

They have one game to play with George Hotel hot on their heels after a 6-1 away win at Royal Clayton.

Eccleshill United confirmed a second place finish in Division Two, despite having three games left to play themselves, after a swashbuckling 11-0 victory against AFC Wibsey Reserves.

Andrew Scullion bagged a hat-trick and Mathew Belwood and Adam Milner weren't far off him with a brace each.

The other goals came from Niall Aedan Kaye, Scott Creighton and Taylor Thompson Foley.