STATION Hotel showed why they are the Bradford Sunday Alliance League Premier Division title favourites this season, with a thumping 7-1 win at home to Oakenshaw.

Oakenshaw had only lost once all season in the league before this encounter, but they were blown away by the leaders here.

Jahro Parchment, who also plays for Steeton in the NWCFL First Division North was the star of the show.

Less than 24 hours after scoring a late goal in Steeton's 3-1 league win at South Liverpool, he rocked up to Avenue Road playing fields and scored four times in Station's huge victory.

Low Moor leapt up to second in the table with a 3-1 win over battling Peacock Bar, who remain bottom of the table.

Moor overtook both Olympic and Bolton Woods, with the latter dropping to third after only managing a 3-3 draw at home to Thornbury Celtic.

In the Championship, a Lewis Moorhouse double ensured Thackley Athletic stayed top with a thrilling 4-3 win at Keighley Town.

Strugglers Prospect and AFC Wibsey played out an exciting 3-3 draw, with Sam Riley hitting a hat-trick for the former, and Jonathan Brannan getting a treble of his own for the latter.

Elsewhere, title-chasing duo Clayton Albion and Newline shared the spoils with a hard-fought 0-0 draw.

There was a real mismatch in Division One when top played bottom, and leaders Prospect Reserves showed their class by beating basement club Lincoln Barbers 8-1.

It was much harder for fellow title contenders FC Queensbury, who edged out struggling Royal Oak ELEFC 3-2.

Bolton Woods Socials are third, and they enjoyed a fine 6-1 win at Whitburn Athletic.

Elsewhere, Delius coasted past Leaventhorpe Rangers with a 5-1 victory, while East Bierley Village beat Shelf Juniors Sunday 4-1.

Buttershaw St Paul stay top of Division Two, but they had to come from behind to win 3-2 at George Hotel.

Prince of Orange enjoyed a surprise 3-1 win over high-flying Low Moor Reserves, while Gomersal & Cleckheaton triumphed 4-2 against Esholt.

AFC Undercliffe are still leading the pack in Division Three, but they could only manage a 2-2 home draw with Wibsey Village.

Bull Royd moved just five points behind them after they beat AFC Titans 4-2, but Oddfellows Arms missed the chance to close the gap to two, when they were crushed 6-0 at Woodman Athletic, who have won all five of their games so far.

FC Queensbury Seconds beat strugglers Rattlers United 5-2, while Eccleshill Punjab saw their home game with Esholt Reserves declared void, with the latter no longer part of the league.

Finally, Clayton Albion Seconds put poor Bradford City Deaf to the sword with a 26-0 victory.