WEST Bowling remained in the Premier Division title race by beating Oakenshaw 4-3 in the Bradford Sunday Alliance League.

The second-placed side, who sit two points behind Crossflatts Village, raced into a three-goal lead through Kyle Dyche, Karl Fawcett and John May strikes.

Fawcett added another after the break while a trio of second-half goals for the visitors was not enough to grab a point.

Village were occupied in Senior Cup action as they were surprisingly beaten 5-2 by Division One leaders Bradford Moor YSA.

Mohammed Ismaeel and Faisal Shabir each netted a brace to send the hosts through to the next round.

Elsewhere in the top division, Tyersal were comprehensively beaten 4-0 by Station Hotel.

Daniel Cunningham bagged a double as Hotel closed the gap between themselves and the hosts to a point.

Wrose Bull ensured that Northern stayed on a sorry three points by recording a 3-0 away win.

Lee Cookson scored twice along with Connor Halogan getting on the scoresheet.

Heaton Athletic were 2-1 winners at Park Pub, meaning unusually that four teams sit at the top of Division One on 21 points.

Two goals from Jordan Farrell led to Prospect producing a 3-3 draw with Keighley Town.

Low Moor moved back above Throstle Nest United at the summit of Division Two after a 4-3 win over Bolton Woods Socials.

Kyle Leighton-Bingham (2), Conor McParland and James Leedale netted to ensure their side went a point clear.

White Hart smashed four goals in a rampant second half to overcome George Hotel 6-1 and jump above Woods from the foot of the table.

Windhill Ajax and AFC Lions are still battling it out at the top of Division Two.

Ajax recorded a crucial 1-0 victory thanks to a Robert Coulter goal at AFC Wibsey reserves while Aaron Parsons and Lewis Oddy granted the Lions a 2-1 win over Delius.

Woodlands overtook Clayton Albion in third after they crushed Prospect 3-0 and Albion were held 1-1 against Buttershaw St Paul.

Royal Clayton could not take advantage of Beldon Oddies reserves’ inactivity at the peak of Division Three, drawing 3-3 with AFC Undercliffe. Sam Cummings put the visitors two goals up but Clayton hit back to lead 3-2 before goalkeeper Craig Aylett went up for a corner late on and scored to rescue a point.