THERE was some fascinating action in the Bradford Sunday Alliance League Senior Cup at the weekend, with the standout result seeing Championship leaders Thornbury Celtic thump Premier Division side Bolton Woods 5-1 away from home.

Danyal Yasin netted twice for the visitors.

Division One high-flyers Newline nearly pulled off a shock. They drew 2-2 at top Premier Division side Wrose Bull, but sadly lost 4-1 on penalties.

AFC Wibsey have had an awful start in the top flight, with just one point from their first five games.

But the cup provided welcome respite, as they thrashed Rattlers 5-2 on the road.

Mohammed Ismaeel fired in a hat-trick as Bradford Moor YSA crushed Thornton United 6-1, while Ben McGee also hit three in Oakenshaw's 6-2 win at Beldon Oddies.

Dominic Staunton netted a brace in Station Hotel's 4-2 win over Bankfoot. The prolific Connor Bower and Andrew Benjamin were also on target for Station.

West Bowling had an away walkover win over Woodlands, while Olympic were awarded a walkover victory for their home tie with FC Queensbury.

Crossflatts Village's clash at RIS London was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

Division One side Clayton Albion did get their cup game in, and they pulled off a fine 5-3 win over Championship outfit East Bierley Village.

Keighley Town pulled off a surprise 4-2 away win at Heaton Athletic, while Division One strugglers Windhill Ajax managed an extraordinary 6-2 home victory over FC Dog & Gun, who are in the league above.

Prospect are riding high in the Championship but they suffered a 5-1 cup thrashing at the hands of Division One side Parry Lane, who put in a brilliant display.

Throstle Nest United had a home walkover win over George Hotel.

The pick of the results in the Intermediate Cup saw St Bede's Sunday destroy AFC Northcliffe 10-0, with Kabir Hameed scoring a hat-trick.

Elsewhere, Hakim Muvunyi's treble saw Whitburn Athletic earn a fine 5-3 win over Buttershaw St Paul's.