THE cold weather derailed much of last weekend’s Bradford Sunday Alliance League action, with no Premier Division fixtures played.

The limelight was therefore on the Championship where Keighley Town and East Bierley Village played out a 2-2 draw at Marley, leaving the hosts four points above bottom-placed AFC Titans.

FC Queensbury were downed 4-1 by AFC Wibsey Firsts after goals from Jack Barker, Nicholas Pemberton, Ryan Wood and Dominic Anderson.

Prospect were handed a home walkover, granting them the three points against FC Dog & Gun.

There was only one game in Division One as George Hotel FC 2018 were 7-4 victors against Eccleshill Lane Ends at Oakenshaw Park.

Great Horton Firsts moved up to second, after taking advantage of Clayton Albion dropping points. They beat Buttershaw St Paul’s 7-2 at Appleton Academy.

Daniel Stoker and Jerome James Nathaniel both bagged a brace to complement goals from Richard Peebles, Oliver Penn and Kyle Matthews.

Damian Melvin and Jack Wilson were the scorers for the visitors.

Clayton were held at home by AFC Prince of Orange Firsts, 2-2 at the Thornton Recreation 4g pitch.

Brendan Folan and Hayden Sykes scored for the hosts, while Zulqarnain Akhter and Imran Iqbal were the stars for the away side.

Lincoln Barbers were crushed 5-2 by league leaders Beldon Oddies Reserves in Division Three.

Reece Tapsell and Oliver Williams were the goalscorers for the home side, while a Dale Dunn double was joined by efforts from Ryan Frye, Carl Hemingbrough and Mark Regan.

St Bede’s missed out on a chance to move above their visitors as they were edged out 5-4 by Esholt.

A couple from Bradley Best, along with finishes from Sharam Ali Arshad and Wayne Campbell, were not enough on the day for Bede’s.

Esholt gained the victory thanks to strikes from Courbon Carr, Matthew Hargreaves, Ashley James Preston and a Ryan Metcalf double.

* A goal from Karl Fawcett put Field up to fourth place in the West Yorkshire League Premier Division after a 1-0 win over Boroughbridge.

Calvin Clavecillas and Jordan Hagyard grabbed a brace each in Campion’s 4-1 win at home to Hartshead, which keeps them in third place in Division One.