WEST Bowling edged out Westwood Park 5-4 in a Bradford Sunday Alliance Premier Division thriller at the weekend.

Thomas Skelly was the hero, coming off the bench to bag a brace for Bowling. It was harsh on Westwood's Ben Baker, who netted a hat-trick in his side's defeat.

At the summit, Crossflatts Village made it five wins from five after thumping Northern 8-1, with Andy King and Lewis Morgan both scoring twice.

Bolton Woods bagged their first three point haul of the season with a fine 3-2 success at Sandy Lane, while Station Hotel won by the same scoreline against Oakenshaw.

Meanwhile, Tyersal Sunday stayed second, beating Wrose Bull 3-0 after an Adam Jarrett brace.

Bradford YSA emerged as 7-5 winners in a brilliant home win over Prospect AFC in the Championship, with Hassan Khan their hat-trick hero.

AFC Wibsey stayed top after sneaking past Fairweather Green WMC. Jack Barker's brace earning a thrilling 5-4 win.

FC Dog & Gun maintained their good start to the season, Elliott Yates scoring twice in a 3-2 victory at AFC Titans.

Meanwhile, Niall Kaye and Mathew Belwood were both at the double as Eccleshill Lane Ends belted rock-bottom Rattlers 8-3 in Division One.

Low Moor earned a 3-3 draw at Bolton Woods Socials to maintain their unbeaten start to the season, with Conor McParland, Adam Norman and James Wright all on target, while Beldon Oddies and FC Mill Lane also played out the same scoreline in their clash.

Great Horton remain top of Division Two after grinding out a 2-0 win at Buttershaw St Paul thanks to goals from Connor Kirkby and David Melling.

Delius earned an impressive 6-2 victory at Prospect Reserves. Louis Delaney was the hero, netting a fine hat-trick.

In Division Three, AFC Undercliffe replaced Royal Clayton at the summit after hammering them 6-0. Undercliffe were dominant in the game, with four goals for Cameron Needham, one for Sam Cummins and one for Jamie Drake putting them top on goal difference.

Finally, Beldon Oddies Reserves went second after winning an exciting game 5-3 at St Bedes Reserves.