IN the Bradford Sunday Alliance League Senior Trophy, AFC Wibsey and Heaton Athletic played out a 1-1 draw, while Bolton Woods eased to a 3-0 win over Bankfoot with a brace from Owen Murphy and a goal from Andrew McHugh.

In other fixtures in the trophy's third week, Tyersal beat Throstle Nest United 1-0 with a goal from Daniel Ezeorji, while Peacock Bar edged out West Bowling in a 2-1 win with goals from Darren Fothergill and Mark Wilson.

As well as this, substitute Thomas Ponter scored an incredible hat trick for Westwood Park as they beat Thornbury Celtic in a 3-2 thriller and braces from both James Leedale and Kyle Leighton-Bingham helped Low Moor beat Wrose Bull 4-1.

In the Intermediate Trophy, Beldon Oddies beat Delius 2-0 following a brace from Martin Lee, which secured his side the win.

Elsewhere, Newline beat Esholt Reserves 6-1 with goals from Rory Brannon, Dan Clark-Coates (hat-trick), Ryan Hargreaves and Lewis Sugden. Also Parry Lane lost 4-2 to RISLondon.

Thackley Athletic beat Rattlers 9-2 with a hat-trick from both Lewis Moorhouse and Joe Lewyckyt while Omar Anjum, Charlie Firth and Benjamin Wilkinson also ended up on the scoresheet.

Adam Ackroyd and Michael Douglas scored for Rattlers but they outclassed by Thackley, who led 6-1 at half-time. Also, Thornton United beat Shipley Allstars 2-1 with goals from Liam Carroll and substitute Liam Cawood.

Eccleshill Lane Ends were floored 3-2 in a thriller at home to Esholt.

Clayton Albion beat Idle United 8-1 with goals from Martin Charles (hat-trick), Hayden Sykes (brace) James McLoughlin, Terrence Mcloughlin and Aaron Brown.

George Best (not that one!) scored a consolation for Idle United.

Chris Roome was the standout as he scored a hat-trick which helped Woodlands beat Lincoln Barbers 6-1.

Elsewhere, an Ellis Wade hat-trick meant that FC Mill Lane thrashed Leaventhorpe Rangers 6-2

Bierley Bantams beat Bolton Woods Socials 1-0.

Elsewhere, Clayton Athletic downed Gomersal & Cleckheaton Sunday 2-0. Also, East Bierley Village beat Northern.

Low Moor Reserves edged out Buttershaw St Paul's 2-1. Dylan Johnson opened the scoring for Low Moor in the 10th minute.

Fraser Allan scored in the 33rd minute to equalise for Buttershaw St Paul's, however a second half goal from Steven Warburton made sure that Low Moor would see out the win.

Finally, Great Horton lost to Beldon Oddies Reserves 3-1 as a brace from Michael Kelley and Lewis Waddington cancelled out David Melling’s goal in the first half.