WEST Bowling remained in touch with leaders Crossflatts in the Bradford Sunday Alliance Premier Division with a 7-1 victory at Wrose Bull.

Joe Jagger's hat-trick was the biggest highlight for Wests who stay two points off the top.

Wayne Sparks and Kyle Dyche each netted a brace to complete the rout.

Crossflatts had their own two players at the double in their 4-1 victory over Sandy Lane.

Billy Bailey and Colin Schofield the men on target.

Third and fourth placed Tyersal and Station Hotel keep on their tail though with 7-4 and 2-1 wins.

Matthias Britton bagged a trio for Tyersal while Andrew Benjamin and Daniel Cunningham were the hitmen for Hotel.

Championship toppers East Bierley Village surprisingly smashed third side Bradford Moor YSA 9-3 away from home.

Ben Pritchard and Joshua Patterson's strikes meant that FC Queensbury stayed level on points with Village after a 2-0 victory over Park Pub.

Peacock Bar placed further misery upon AFC Titan with a couple from Dom Carr and Jamie Hepworth helping them to a 3-1 win.

Prospect gained the three points by beating Heaton 3-1 while Keighley Town produced a shock 2-1 win against AFC Wibsey to move away from the drop zone.

Michael Ruthven's trio allowed Throstle Nest United to shoot to the top of Division 1 after cruising to a 5-0 win over Thornton United.

Thornbury Celtic hit eight at Beldion Oddies to remain in the hunt while Bramley United were 7-2 winners at Bolton Woods Socials.

RISlondon battled to a 4-3 win over Eccleshill Lane Ends and George Hotel gained a 6-3 victory against Mill Lane.

Windhill Ajax moved further clear at the summit of Division 2 after AFC Lions were held to a 3-3 draw with Great Horton.

Matt Mathers slotted three in Ajax's 6-1 win over Woodlands while Michael Douglas's three allowed AFC Prince of Orange to beat Buttershaw ST Paul 5-1.

Clayton Albion moved level on points with the Lions after sealing a 7-3 win at AFC Wibsey reserves.

Robert Cook (2), Vincent Grant, James McLoughlin, Terrence McLoughlin, Nikki Thornton and James Seery each netted.

Two hat-tricks from Louis Delaney and Sal Khan for Delius handed them the three points at Clayton Athletic.

The top two in Division 3 picked up wins with Liam Holmes bagging three in Royal Clayton's 6-2 win over Hunsworth and Lincoln Barbers hammered Park Avenue Old Boys 7-1.