SANDY Lane were victorious in their Bradford Sunday Alliance Senior Cup Second Round clash, beating a promising Prospect side 2-0 at home.

Alexander Whitham and substitute Jordan Bayliss were on target for the Premier Division outfit, as they edged out their Championship opponents.

There was a surprise win for Queensbury, with the Championship strugglers demolishing top-flight Northern 6-2 away from home.

Ross Mason was the hero with a hat-trick, while Connor Cooper netted twice.

AFC Titans are battling it out at the bottom with Queensbury, but there was no cup relief for them, as Division One high-flyers RISlondon administered a 7-1 thrashing.

Visiting Titans were in the game at 2-1 down, but a red card for goalscorer Luke Firth proved vital, as RISlondon ran in five more after the break. Josh Grogan netted a treble for the hosts.

In the Intermediate Cup, Division Three side Undercliffe won a thriller, 5-3 at home to Division Two side Great Horton.

Undercliffe were 2-1 up at half-time with two goals for Sam Cummings, who completed his hat-trick in the second half.

Declan Brame netted from a corner and Cameron Needham was the hosts' final goalscorer, his eighth strike in three games.

Albion Sports Sunday also beat loftier opponents, as they won an extraordinary match 7-4 at Buttershaw St Pauls.

Finally, Royal Clayton beat St Bede's 4-1 in an all Division Three clash.

There was no Premier Division action, but in the only Championship clash, Heaton Athletic moved above Fairweather Green WMC and into third with a 3-1 win.

In Division One, White Hart moved off the bottom with a thrilling 6-4 win over Throstle Nest United, while Bramley United beat Thornton United by the same scoreline, with four goals from Brian Edwards.

Leaders FC Mill Lane beat Bolton Woods Socials 4-2, second-placed Low Moor downed Rattlers 5-3, while Eccleshill Lane Ends and Beldon Oddies played out a 2-2 draw.

Woodlands remain top of Division Two after beating Delius 3-1, courtesy of a Lee Mallinson double. Windhill Ajax beat AFC Wibsey Reserves 5-2, and Clayton Albion won 3-2 at AFC Lions.

Finally, four from Daniel Pattison and three from Jordan Mortimer saw Garden Shed AFC to a stunning 9-0 win at hapless Esholt in Division Three, while Beldon Oddies Reserves went top by beating Lincoln Barbers 5-2 at home.