THE Bradford Sunday Alliance League made its return at the weekend, with the standout game seeing Premier Division leaders West Bowling edge out AFC Wibsey 4-3 in a thriller.

It was no surprise to see the prolific Joe Jagger on the scoresheet, but even by his standards, it was a stunning performance, as he hit all four of Bowling's goals.

Jonathan Brannan, Ryan Greenwood and substitute Nicholas Pemberton were all on the scoresheet for Wibsey.

Bowling are top with seven wins from seven, but Station Hotel are just three points behind, after they picked up an impressive 5-2 home win over Bradford Moor YSA.

Connor Bower netted twice for Station, who were already 3-0 up by half-time. Moor's chances were hindered severely when they had Hassan Khan sent off.

The only other top flight game saw Olympic pull off a superb 6-3 home win over high-flying Wrose Bull.

Declan Dunne hit a brace for Wrose in their defeat.

Championship leaders Low Moor had to battle hard to beat Prospect 3-2, with Daniel Broadway scoring twice for them.

That moved them three points clear at the summit, with Thornbury Celtic not having a game, but Peacock Bar missed the chance to overtake the Celts, after a shock 3-2 home defeat to AFC Titans.

The Titans had not won a league game before Sunday's contest.

Elsewhere in that division, Throstle Nest United beat East Bierley Village 3-1, while FC Dog & Gun thumped Keighley Town 4-0.

In Division One, there were big wins for three of the title contenders. Leaders Newline beat Windhill Ajax 5-2 thanks to a Dan Clark-Coates hat-trick, while FC Mill Lane won 6-3 against Beldon Oddies.

Parry Lane ran riot at rock-bottom Rattlers, beating them 6-2.

There was a real mismatch in Division Two, as unbeaten Thackley Juniors 2003 Athletic obliterated winless AFC Undercliffe 12-2, thanks to four goals from Felan Panwar and three from George Lawrence.

But leaders Bolton Woods, who have played two more games than Thackley, also had a big win, as they thumped AFC Wibsey Reserves 5-0, with Gareth Thompson netting a hat-trick.

Elsewhere in that division, Lincoln Barbers beat Buttershaw St Paul's 4-2, while Clayton Athletic won 3-1 at home to Esholt.

Down in Division Three, in a top of the table clash, it was St Bede's who moved to the summit, as they overtook Shipley All Stars by beating them 5-2 thanks to Kabir Hameed netting three times.

Meanwhile, high-flying Shuttle Athletic 2019 suffered a surprise 4-0 home defeat to mid-table Low Moor Reserves.

Northern came up with a superb victory, beating Bierley Bantams 7-1, as early substitute Jamie Brennan grabbed a hat-trick.

Struggling Idle United found little respite at home to Esholt Reserves, losing 5-2.

Finally, it has been confirmed that the league's cup competitions have been cancelled for the season.

West Bowling chairman Andrew Corrigan said: "For me, it's a bit of a premature decision.

"I know we could have a harsh winter and we still have a lot of league games to play, but I'd have postponed or suspended the cup games, then seen if we'd had chance to play them at a later date."