GOALS Bradford Sunday Alliance League Premier Division leaders Olympic have given further evidence that they need to be taken seriously as title contenders.

They won 2-0 at defending champions West Bowling to make it six wins from six, while handing them their first defeat of the season

The hosts were first to play against a strong wind but matched their high-flying opponents, with goalkeeper Ash Onitiri in great form.

After 32 minutes Olympic struck, a mazy run by their outstanding player Omar Habib taking him past three players before slotting home.

The visitors, with the strong wind in their favour, kept pressing for a second goal but Bowling's defence stood strong, although they were generally lightweight in attack.

The second half started with Bowling hoping to get back on even terms but a stroke of bad luck put paid to that.

With only a minute played, Danaaly Yassin shot and Bowling's captain Chris Hanney headed the ball past his own keeper.

Bolton Woods seem to have turned the corner as they beat newly-promoted Swaine Green 3-1, with Jordan Buck getting a brace and Jack Dewhirst, who was later dismissed for two yellow cards, adding a first-half goal as the visitors dropped to the bottom.

In the Championship Division, new boys Crossflatts Village moved among the leaders by beating Bolton Woods Socials 6-0, courtesy of Lewis Morgan (2), Daniel Thorpe, Billy Bailey, the evergreen James Gill and Stephen Schofield.

Station Hotel remain in pole position after a 2-1 victory over a determined Heaton Athletic, with Ben Bateman and Andy Benjamin netting for the leaders.

Second-placed Toller were beaten 6-3 by Prospect, despite leading 2-1 at the interval.

Sam Riley bagged a brace for the winners, who are three points behind Toller but have a game in hand.

Thornton United Reserves gave manager Ross Parr a winning start by 5-4 at Hand & Shuttle, with goals coming from Lewis Sheeran (2), Luke Esposito, Dan Cunningham and Josh Harper - his first in senior football.

Tyersal, who beat Mill Lane 3-1, still lead Division One, Daniel Mortimer being named man of the match for the Arkwright Street side, whose marksmen were Josh Finan (2) and Luke Cook.

Queensbury put five past Shoulder of Mutton, with skipper Ross Mason bagging a hat-trick, with Ben Ellis and Josh Patterson, who also had two assists, making up the tally.

Wibsey, who won 14-2 against Great Horton at Woodside, were the highest scorers of the day.

Ryan Wood and Adam Sharkey netted four goals each to add to a hat-trick by Johnny Brannan and a brace from substitute Michael Hall.

However, a hat trick from David Geddes was not enough to stop AFC Titans losing 6-4 against East Bierley Village in Division Two.

Prospect Reserves won 2-1 against Black Swan, despite a stunning volley from the edge of the box from Jordan Rhodes after Morgan Cowling's shot had not been properly cleared.