IT was a limited schedule in the Bradford Sunday Alliance League with Saturday night’s rain playing a pivotal part in several postponements.

Therefore, the Championship took the limelight with two fixtures surviving the weather.

East Bierley and FC Queensbury remain on the same points as they drew 1-1.

Peacock Bar gained a valuable three points to lift themselves from second-bottom into seventh with a 3-1 victory over Hope and Anchor.

Daniel Fothergill netted a brace while substitute Josh Sharp was also on the scoresheet.

Despite playing five more games than both Mill Lane and Low Moor, Throstle Nest United jumped to the top of the Division One table after a 6-2 win at Bolton Woods Socials.

Michael Ruthven’s double was added to by Eliot Gregory, Chris Hemingway, Samuel Westerman and Adam Hamilton strikes.

United have now won their last four league outings to help their promotion charge.

Bramley United joined Eccleshill Land Ends on 13 points with a 2-1 win over the visitors.

Rattlers overtook Beldon Oddies in ninth with a 2-1 away win, Arron Sagar netting for the hosts.

The Intermediate Cup took precedent for the other two teams that were able to play in the muddy conditions.

Lewis Oddy’s hat-trick meant AFC Lions firsts cruised to a 6-1 victory over Prospect reserves.

Joshua Bridge, Aaron Parsons and Nathan Speight were the others on the scoresheet for the hosts.

Max Naylor’s finish was enough to grant Albion Sports Sunday a route through as they downed Clayton Albion.