STATION Hotel took advantage of a quiet weekend in the Bradford Sunday Alliance Premier Division, with a six-star performance at Wrose Bull.

Hotel won 6-2, with the highlight being a fine brace from Connor Bower. The victory moves them up to third, behind Crossflatts Village and Tyersal.

The latter were in action in the only other Premier Division clash, but they missed the chance to go top after a disappointing 4-1 home defeat to Westwood Park, who picked up just their second win of the season.

Park Pub went three points clear at the top of the Championship after a hard-fought 2-1 win over FC Dog & Gun. They were indebted to a vital double from Alex Marcinczak.

In a relegation six-pointer, FC Queensbury lost an absolute thriller 6-4 at home to Keighley Town. The win saw the visitors move off the bottom, and above Queensbury and AFC Titans.

Elsewhere, Fairweather Green WMC moved up to third after edging out Bradford Moor YSA 4-3. Danyal Hussain, Mohammed Ismaeel and Mohammed Zakariyah all netted for YSA but it was not enough.

Low Moor maintained their unbeaten start in Division One with an exciting 5-3 home win over Eccleshill Lane Ends. Kyle Leighton-Bingham continued his good form for Moor with two goals, while Ben Arundel, Macaulay Haley and John Richardson also scored.

Mathew Belwood, Andrew Scullion and Taylor Thompson-Foley were all on target for Eccleshill.

Struggling Throstle Nest secured a fine 3-1 home win over Beldon Oddies, thanks to a double from Samuel Westerman and a goal from substitute Bradley Davis. Ben Parker netted the Oddies' reply.

White Hart got a crucial 4-2 win in the relegation clash with George Hotel, while second-placed Thornbury Celtic were awarded a walkover win at Bolton Woods Socials.

Woodlands made it four wins from four, as a 5-1 win at AFC Prince of Orange saw them go top of Division Two. They replaced Great Horton, who suffered a surprise 4-2 home defeat against Clayton Albion.

AFC Lions went third, after thrashing Clayton Athletic 5-1, while Windhill Ajax got their second win of the season by beating Drop Kick United 4-0.

Beldon Oddies Reserves had eight different scorers in their 8-0 win at AFC Lions Seconds in Division Three, but they remain second on goal difference to AFC Undercliffe, who beat Esholt 3-0 away from home.

First-half goals for Sam Cummings and Niall Brame gave the visitors the lead at half-time, with Baggy Halliday completing the scoring with 20 minutes remaining.

Undercliffe's position at the top is strengthened by the fact that they have two games in hand over Oddies.

Finally, Royal Clayton went third with a 1-0 win over Albion Sports Sunday.