JOE Jagger proved the difference once again for West Bowling, as his double at Bradford Moor YSA in a 3-1 victory ensured his side stayed top of the Bradford Sunday Alliance League Premier Division.

Crossflatts Village are level on points with them at the summit. They went 1-0 down early on at Oakenshaw, but a double from Ben Crispin and a stunning Ryan Jeffery goal helped them romp to a 5-2 win.

Wrose Bull stayed two points behind, just. They were given a real scare by rock-bottom Sandy Lane, but eventually prevailed 5-4.

Tyersal snuck past AFC Wibsey 1-0, while Olympic edged out Bolton Woods 2-1 in a mid-table clash.

Danyal Yasin and Waheed Khan both scored twice as Thornbury Celtic crushed fellow high-flyers Prospect 5-2 in the Championship.

Peacock Bar had Darren Fothergill and David Goodchild both at the double, as they won 4-2 at a talented Throstle Nest United side.

Low Moor are level with the pair of them at the summit on 15 points, as they edged out FC Dog & Gun 3-2 thanks to a James Leedale brace.

Bankfoot annihilated basement dwellers FC Queensbury 8-1, while Keighley Town recorded an impressive 6-1 win over Heaton Athletic.

East Bierley Village and AFC Titans played out a thrilling 3-3 draw.

In Division One, high-flying Newline surprisingly dropped points, as they were involved in a fascinating 3-3 home draw with Parry Lane. Dan Clark-Coates netted twice for the hosts.

Mamadou Camara hit all four goals as his Thornton United side went third with a 4-1 win at FC Mill Lane.

Chris Roome was also on the scoresheet four times, as Woodlands crushed rock-bottom Rattlers 7-1.

Leaders RIS London had a home walkover win over Windhill Ajax.

Frankie Sinfield struck twice as Thackley Juniors 2003 Athletic overtook Beldon Oddies Reserves at the Division Two summit by beating them 5-2.

They also went above Bolton Woods Socials with the victory, as they could only draw 3-3 at home to Swaine Green.

Lincoln Barbers also kept up the pressure at the top, with a solid 3-1 win at AFC Wibsey Reserves, while bottom side AFC Undercliffe were crushed 8-2 by Buttershaw St Paul's.

In Division Three, the stand out result saw St Bede's go top after thrashing a good Northern side 6-1.