IT seems unthinkable, but GOALS Bradford Sunday Alliance League Premier Division defending champions West Bowling are in a relegation berth for the first time in years.

They have had three points deducted and are only on three points after four matches following their 3-2 defeat at Sandy Lane, but they do have three or four matches in hand on most of the teams in the division.

Johnny Beckwith scored a hat-trick for the County Cup holders, despite keeper Ash Onitiri again being in fine form, with Paul Helliwell and Jamie Brennan replying for Bowling, who are only above Swaine Green.

Meanwhile, leaders Olympic defeated second-placed Oakenshaw 4-1, while Thornton United saw off Bolton Woods 5-0, with Dave Wilson getting a hat-trick, two of which were assists from man of the match Connor Raistrick.

In the Championship Division, fourth-placed newcomers Crossflatts Village beat AFC Toller 3-2 to leapfrog them into second place.

Matthew Bentham, Michael Garnett and Colin Schofield netted for Crossflatts, while, in another top-of-the-table clash, leaders Station Hotel won 5-2 at third-placed Prospect.

Nathan Bailey got both goals for Prospect, but Ben Bateman (2), Ryan Basi, Andy Benjamin and Josh Milner repled for Station.  

Thornton United Reserves and Bolton Woods Social were 0-0 after 80 minutes, only for bottom-of-the-table visitors Social to score five without reply, hauling them level with Heaton Athletic and Harrogate Road.

Gareth Thompson (3), Sam Thewlis and Josh Hobson were the late heroes for Social.

In Division One, leaders Tyersal extended their perfect start to eight wins with an 11-1 thashing of bottom-of-the-table hosts Aire Athletic.

Josh Finnan, including a superb overhead kick, and Kieran Suddarts both bagged hat-tricks, and there was a brace for Adam Jarrett, plus singles for man of the match Luke Cook and substitutes James Dores and Jordon Hagyard. 

However, Beldon Oddies, who now have six wins from six, kept up the pressure with a 5-2 victory at Wibsey, with Kyle Shah and Adam Turner both grabbing a brace for the visitors.

Dominic Anderson and Michael Hall replied for the home team.

In Division Two, AFC Titans put nine past bottom-of-the table Black Swan without reply, including hat-tricks for Michael Duggan and David Geddes.

Titans are third, and George United went fourth after edging an 11-goal thriller against Eccleshill Punjab at Bankfoot.

Liam Price and Jordan Mortimer bagged braces for hosts United, with Danny Pattison and Luke Phillips also getting on the scoresheet.

Leaders Northern dropped two points when they shared two goals at Bradford Moor.

Sultan Khan gave the home team the lead in the first half, but Gareth Wright equalised for Northern on the hour.

In Division Three, Westleigh Wizards moved into mid-table by hitting struggling visitors Hunsworth for double figures, with George Edmundson bagging four goals and Jaroh Parchment three.

In a top-of-the-table clash, AFC Bingley beat Eccleshill Lane Ends 4-1 to become front-runners, with Lane Ends a point behind them.

Eastward beat Eccleshill Lions 7-0, with goals by Callum Brewster (3), Ryan Dunn (2), Mark Dempsey and Christian Selby.