THE GOALS Bradford Sunday Alliance League Premier Division's top two meet tomorrow in the day's top match.

Unbeaten leaders Olympic FC take on second-placed Thornton United.

The fixture list has also thrown up a clash between third-placed Oakenshaw tackle West Riding County Sunday Cup holders Sandy Lane, who currently occupy fourth spot.

Olympic maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a 4-2 victory at Thornbury Celtic, last week.

Steve Hollingsworth grabbed a double for the leaders, with Omar Habeeb and Danaaly Yasin making up the tally.

Oakenshaw had a 7-4 victory at Lyceum, with Andrew McHugh getting a hat-trick for the third-placed club and Nathan Woodward adding a brace.

In the Championship Division, there was a classic battle, with new boys Crossflatts going down to the only goal of the game, scored by Ben Bateman, for unbeaten Station Hotel.

Toller remain top after beating Thornton United Reserves 7-1, with Adeeb Jawad hitting four.

Station visit rock-bottom Bolton Woods Social tomorrow while Crossflatts entertain second-placed Prospect A.F.C.

In Division One, Tyersal remain unbeaten, hitting six against Shoulder of Mutton, with James Dores and Josh Finnan both getting doubles against opponents who had Sam Robinson dismissed for two yellow cards.

Beldon Oddies remain in pole position, however, on goal difference, having scored 36 in four matches.

Oddies won 13-1 at Steel Bangle Spartans, with Krishan Patel hitting six, Matthias Britton three and Adam Turner two.

In Division Three, Eastward, who are up to fifth, put ten past Hunsworth, four of which came from John Selby.

The four clubs above them are all unbeaten, with AFC Bingley leading the way on 13 points.

However, they missed a chance to open a gap on their challengers when they were held to a 1-1 draw by visitors Bradford Celtic.

Scott Mortimer scored for the leaders, but Mohammed Waheed restored parity.