WESTWOOD Park emerged victorious from their crucial top of the table clash at West Bowling in the Bradford Sunday Alliance League Premier Division, winning 2-0 in a tense encounter.

After a goalless first half, Westwood won a penalty after a Bowling player handled a Danny Farrar header in the box.

Tariq Hassan missed the spot-kick, but with the home keeper off his line, the referee ordered a retake.

Up stepped young Emmerson Cox, who tucked the ball home to make it 1-0.

A late second from debutant Danny O'Donnell gave the visitors the win. They are still third, but are now just three points behind leaders Bowling with two games in hand.

Station Hotel would have gone top if they had won, but they suffered an staggering 5-4 home defeat to previously winless Sandy Lane.

Two goals off the bench from Daniel Cunningham couldn't save them.

Tyersal are only in mid-table, but they produced a superb performance to dismantle struggling Bradford Moor YSA 10-2, as Nico Carrucciu and Liam Charles both netted hat-tricks.

Owen Murphy netted all four as Bolton Woods came from behind to beat Wrose Bull 4-2, while Olympic cruised past Oakenshaw 4-0.

In the Championship, Low Moor increased their lead at the summit by thumping FC Dog & Gun 6-0, while Throstle Nest United went second by beating FC Queensbury 4-1.

Finally, an ever-improving AFC Titans pulled off a fine 2-1 win at high-flying Bankfoot.

Newline stretched their lead at the top of Division One to seven points, as Dan Clark-Coates hit four in their 7-0 thrashing of lowly Rattlers.

Parry Lane remain in the title hunt after Chris Bower's late double sealed a thrilling 4-3 win at Windhill Ajax.

Ben McArdle's hat-trick helped Beldon Oddies hammer Thornton United 7-1, while Woodlands crushed Prospect Reserves 5-1.

In Division Two, Thackley Juniors 2003 Athletic beat Esholt 6-0 to go top, while Clayton Athletic earned a surprise 3-1 win at high-flying Lincoln Barbers.

Swaine Green are third after beating Delius 6-2, while Eccleshill Lane Ends went fourth by downing AFC Wibsey Reserves 4-0.

St Bede's survived a scare by beating lowly Bierley Bantams 3-2 to stay top of Division Three.

Shipley Allstars remain second after winning 4-0 at Gomersal & Cleckheaton, while Northern beat Esholt Reserves 6-5 in a thriller.

Finally, rock-bottom Idle United were thumped 5-0 by Great Horton.