TWO goals from Connor Bower helped Station Hotel to an important 3-1 win in the Bradford Sunday Alliance League Premier Division over fellow high-flyers Wrose Bull.

Substitute Ben Bateman grabbed Station's other goal, while Declan Dunne was on target for Wrose.

West Bowling cruised to a 3-0 win over rock-bottom Sandy Lane to stay top. Their goals came from Wayne Sparkes, Karl Fawcett and debutant Spencer Gordon.

Westwood Park went second after smashing Tyersal 6-2. Eisa Faulding grabbed a hat-trick for them.

Oakenshaw hammered AFC Wibsey 7-1, Bolton Woods thumped Bradford Moor YSA 5-2, while Crossflatts Village's clash with Olympic was called off due to a coronavirus issue.

In the Championship, Peacock Bar went top after overcoming spirited strugglers AFC Titans 3-2.

Thornbury Celtic are now two points behind, after they surprisingly only drew 0-0 at home to FC Queensbury, who picked up their first point of the season as a result.

Low Moor also dropped points, in a 1-1 draw at East Bierley Village. Low Moor and Thornbury are joined on 16 points by Bankfoot, who won 3-2 at FC Dog & Gun.

The other game in that division saw Throstle Nest United pull off an extraordinary 6-5 win at Keighley Town. Poor Daniel McHugh netted a hat-trick but still ended up on the losing side.

The result of the day in Division One saw Parry Lane obliterate previously-unbeaten Beldon Oddies 8-1. Joshua Missin fired home a treble for Lane.

They are still a distant third behind RIS London and Newline though. The former won 6-2 at home to Rattlers, while the latter edged out Prospect Reserves 2-0 thanks to a Dan Clark-Coates double.

FC Mill Lane look set to threaten those two at the top, and they stated their case by winning 6-0 at struggling Windhill Ajax.

In Division Two, Frankie Sinfield hit four and Felan Panwar netted three as leaders Thackley Juniors 2003 Athletic cruised to an 8-1 win at mid-table Leaventhorpe Rangers.

Bolton Woods Socials and Beldon Oddies Reserves kept up the pressure at the top with 5-1 and 3-0 wins over AFC Undercliffe and AFC Wibsey Reserves respectively.

Lincoln Barbers lost ground after losing 6-3 at Swaine Green.

In Division Three, Shipley Allstars moved three points clear at the top. They beat Hanson Old Boys 4-3, while nearest challengers St Bede's lost 2-0 at home to a good Shuttle Athletic 2019 side.