THERE was a mind-boggling result in the Bradford Sunday Alliance Premier Division at the weekend, as Station Hotel went top by obliterating Northern by TWENTY goals to nil.

Hapless Northern, who now only have three points from their opening seven games, were no match for the new leaders, with Daniel Cunningham netting seven.

There were hat-tricks for Glynn Beale, Andrew Benjamin and Connor Bower, Dominic Staunton helped himself to a brace, while substitutes Liam Harrison and Carl Trenerry completed the scoring.

Hotel replaced Tyersal Sunday at the summit, as they had to settle for a 3-3 home draw with fellow high-flyers West Bowling. Warren Rooney was at the double for the hosts, who found themselves 2-0 up at the break, but they were pegged back in the second half.

The top of the table Championship clash went AFC Wibsey’s way, as they overtook Park Pub at the summit with a 2-1 win. Jacob Thompson was the hero, bagging both of their goals.

FC Queensbury are starting to shine, and they moved further clear of relegation danger by coming from behind to beat AFC Titans 2-1, with goals from Steven Mason and Ben Pritchard.

Meanwhile, East Bierley Village edged out Fairweather Green WMC 2-1.

Despite Adam Hamilton’s brace, Throstle Nest United succumbed to a 6-2 home defeat against Eccleshill Lane Ends in Division One.

Elsewhere, Low Moor went top by beating White Hart 2-0 and Rattlers beat Bolton Woods Socials 2-1.

Second-placed Great Horton eventually overcame spirited strugglers Drop Kick United in Division Two, winning a thriller 6-4 thanks to James Wightman’s double.

Ryan Frye grabbed the winner as Division Three leaders Beldon Oddies Reserves edged out Royal Clayton 1-0, while AFC Undercliffe and St Bede’s played out a 2-2 draw.