FOR the first time since the season started, some GOALS Bradford Sunday Alliance League fixtures fell victim to the weather, with waterlogged pitches being the main reason for postponements.

However, the snow did not spare West Bowling from yet another defeat, this time to Bolton Woods in the Premier Division.

Visitors Woods, who seem to have turned their poor start around, triumphed 5-3 and stay fifth, but they have played ten matches - twice as many as West, who are second from bottom.

The teams shared six goals in the first half, but Woods lasted the pace better, and had an outstanding performer in Andrew McHugh, who scored all five, with Ben O'Melia, Steven Bargh and Nick Boshell replying.

Lyceum and Swaine Green clashed in a derby at Arkwright Street, with hosts Lyceum winning 3-1 with goals from Karanjit Basi, Glyn Beal and Daljit Aujia Singh.

Meanwhile, Sandy Lane continued to pressurise leaders Olympic, triumphing 5-0 at Thornbury Celtic.

The Keighley-based team were comfortable winners, with Matthew Cavanagh bagging a brace for the second-placed team, who scored four in the second half.

In the Championship Division, Crossflatts Village continued their fine form, beating Prospect 6-0.

Colin Schofield hit a hat-trick for the visitors, with Mathew Bentham bagging a brace and George Clarke a single as they carried on their puesuit of leaders Station Hotel.

The match of the day in the First Division was at Apperley Bridge, where Tyersal took their unbeaten record to Beldon Oddies.

However, the home team had the better of it to win 3-2 and puncture the leaders' invincibility.

Beldon are now second, three points behind Tyersal, but with a match in hand.

Paul Davidson gave a man of the match performance for the visitors, who scored through Sam Stott, Josh Hyde and Carlton Smith. Matthias Britton and Krishan Patel netted for the home team.

In Division Two, AFC Titans moved to pole position after a fine 7-1 victory against bottom club Black Swan.

Mick Dougan hit a hat-trick for the new leaders and Ben McArdle bagged a brace, with Anthony Preston also finding the net for the winners.

Kieran Trueman hit a consolation goal for Swan with a stunning long- range shot after collecting a clearance in midfield.

In Division Three, AFC Bingley continue in pole position after beating Eastward 5-3.

The leaders went into the break winning 2-1 but, in a terrific second-half performance, Eastward pulled the score back to 3-3, only for Bingley to net twice in the the last five minutes.

Liam Carr, John Selby and Alan Morley snr scored for the home team.

AFC Titans Reserves had a 7-2 victory over Drop Kick, with Tyrone Price hitting a hat-trick for the visitors and Joel Steele a double, with Gary Lee and skipper Dorian Smith also getting on the scoresheet.