LOW Moor produced the shock of the weekend in the Bradford Sunday Alliance League Premier Division, knocking leaders Oakenshaw off the summit with a fine 3-1 away win.

It was just Low Moor's second victory in six games, but it was enough to knock their hosts off the summit, who were replaced at the top by Station Hotel.

Station did not have to do an awful lot to get there either, as they were handed a home walkover win over West Bowling.

Bolton Woods join Station and Low Moor on 12 points, after they came from behind to beat bottom side Peacock Bar 3-1.

In the Senior Cup, Premier Division side Thornbury Celtic won 2-0 at Division One outfit Beldon Sports Reserves.

But Beldon's first team, who play in the Championship, did make it through with a thrilling 4-3 victory at RIS London.

The other game in that cup saw second-tier Clayton Albion ease past Division One basement-dwellers Royal Oak ELEFC 3-1.

In the Championship, Keighley Town crushed AFC Wibsey 8-1, while FC Mill Lane snuck past Prospect 4-3.

Newline went up to second by edging out Bradford Moor YSA 3-2, but it was Thackley Athletic who maintained their healthy lead at the summit after being handed an away walkover win at Heaton Athletic.

In Division One, struggling Whitburn Athletic blew a great chance to pick up just their second win of the season, drawing 5-5 with George Hotel United 2001 despite being 4-1 up at the break.

Leaders Prospect Reserves could only draw 3-3 at Bolton Woods Socials, despite a Kingsley Rowe hat-trick, and their advantage at the top was reduced to four points after FC Queensbury won 3-0 at Shelf Juniors.

Elsewhere in the third tier, Leaventhorpe Rangers beat Lincoln Barbers 2-1, while East Bierley Village and Delius shared the spoils after a 0-0 draw.

In Division Two, George Hotel FC edged out Gomersal & Cleckheaton 5-4 in a sensational encounter, while Shuttle Athletic stayed within a point of the leaders, St Bedes, by winning 6-3 at Prince of Orange.

Bedes themselves won 5-0 at Northern, but they are only a point ahead of Shuttle and Buttershaw St Paul, with the latter emerging with an 8-2 victory from their match at rock-bottom Rattlers.

Bierley Bantams and Esholt both drew 1-1 in that division, as did AFC Wibsey Reserves and Low Moor Reserves.

Bull Royd went top of Division Three after crushing AFC Titans 7-2, but Undercliffe are just a point behind after squeezing out Rattlers United 4-3.

Esholt Reserves were knocked off the summit after a 4-1 home defeat against Woodman Athletic, who have won every match of theirs so far, but have games in hand on those above.

Idle United whacked struggling Eccleshill Punjab 6-1, thanks to a George Best (not that one) treble, Oddfellows Arms won 4-1 at Wibsey Village, and FC Queensbury Seconds beat Clayton Albion Seconds 3-1.