JAMIE Templeton struck twice as Park Pub went top of the Bradford Sunday Alliance Championship with a 5-2 win at Fairweather Green.

Arran Gibson, James Owen and Bradley Osborne were also on target.

Connor Cooper claimed a hat-trick as FC Queensbury also hit five in beating Heaton Athletic.

Darren Fletcher and Ross Mason weighed in with goals too as visitors Heaton were put to the sword 5-1.

Crossflatts Village made it six wins from six matches in the Premier Division as they beat hosts Station Hotel 3-1, Carl Trenerry on target for the home side.

Eliot Gregory, Michael Ruthven, Samuel Westerman and Bradley Davis were on target in Throstle Nest's 4-3 win at home to George Hotel in Division One.

Windhill Ajax were the day's big scorers as they beat visitors Clayton Albion 8-4 to go top of Division Two.

Dean Rands, Andrew Scullion and Matt Mathers all helped themselves to a brace, with Jack Holland and Lee Mathers also on target.

Martin Charles scored a double in vain for Clayton.

Buttershaw St Paul's earned a 2-1 win at Prospect Reserves in what was only their second league win of the season.

AFC Undercliffe closed the gap on Division Three leaders Beldon Sports with a 5-3 win at St Bede's.

Played on the artificial surface at Southfield Grange, it was a tight first half with Undercliffe going in 3-1 up at half-time, with two goals from Sam Cummins and one from John Carlos.

St Bede's scored two early second-half goals to level the tie, but goals from Declan Brame and a cool finish from Callum Sanderson ensured all three points for second-placed Undercliffe, who are five points behind Beldon but with three games in hand.