STATION Hotel continue to have the Indian sign over West Bowling.

Having beaten them 5-2 in the GOALS Bradford Sunday Alliance League's Senior Cup last month, unbeaten Championship Division leaders Hotel have now dumped the Premier Division side out of the Bradford & District FA's Sunday Senior Cup.

The margin this time at Emsley's Recreation Ground was 5-1, with Josh Milner getting a hat trick, with Ben Bateman and Andy Benjamin also on the scoresheet as they booked a semi-final against Prospect at Bradford Unkiversity.

Lee Smith replied for Bowling with a penalty.

In the Bradford & District FA Sunday Cup, the delayed second-round tie was won by Beldon Oddies, who put eight past Wrose Bull without reply, with Adam Turner bagging a hat-trick for the visitors.

In the third round, Tyersal and Delius remained scoreless at Arkwright Street but the home team held their nerve in the penalty shoot-out, which they won 3-1, with the turning point coming with a fantastic save by Tyersal keeper Lee Varley.

Salts Reserves and Salts Under-18s was also goalless after 90 minutes but the senior team won the penalty shoot-out 5-4.

Steel Bangle and Bradford Moor shared six goals in 90 minutes but Bangle won the shoot-out 4-1, while there were also victories for Shoulder of Mutton, who beat Mill Lane Reserves 5-1, and Great Horton, who defeated AFC. Hounds Athletic 4-2.

Spartans will now play Tyersal, while Shoulder of Mutton host Great Horton and Salts Reserves visit Eccleshill Punjab. 

There was also some action in the GOALS Bradford Sunday Alliance League, with Premier Division leaders Olympic beating Thornbury Celtic 6-2.

Sandy Lane leapfrogged Thornton United into second position by winning  2-1 at Marley Stadium, with Mathew Cavanagh hitting a brace for the winners.

Anthony Busfield bagged a hat-trick for Lyceum in a 4-2 victory over Bolton Woods, for whom Joe Crompton and Liam Walton replied.

In the Championship Division, Toller missed a chance to put pressure on Station when they shared ten goals with Heaton Athletic.

Thornton United Reserves beat Hand & Shuttle 2-1 in a bid to escape the lower reaches of the league.

In Division Two, leaders Northern were held to a 1-1 draw at home by mid-table Prospect, while third-placed Beldon Oddies Reserves were beaten by Peacock Bar, allowing AFC Titans to move into second by defeating rock-bottom Throstle Nest 6-1, with Mick Dougan bagging a hat-trick and James Royal, Sam Thornton and Ben Macardle getting the other three goals.

In Division Three, AFC Titans failed to capitalise on goal-scoring opportunities in the first 20 minutes against Westleigh, with the Wizards' keeper being in terrific form.

Westleigh eventually won 5-1, with Jahro Parchment bagging four for the winners.