OLYMPIC look nailed on for the GOALS Bradford Sunday Alliance League's Premier Division title, having won all eight of their matches so far.

However, Sandy Lane and Bolton Woods, who are second and third, are trying to keep the leaders honest.

Sandy Lane won 4-3 at Lyceum, courtesy of Matthew Cavanagh, Chris Mawson, Keifer Oxley and Lee Smith, with Anthony Busfield (2) and Wayne Taylor replying, while Bolton Woods beat struggling Ventus United 4-0, with Andrew McHugh hitting a brace for the winners to go with singles from Brad Holland and substitute Jack Dewhirst.

In the Championship Division, leaders Station Hotel's 100 per cent record was ended when they shared four goals at Thornton United Reserves.

Chris Bentley opened the scoring for Hotel after only two minutes but United equalised on the stroke of half-time through Steve Wilkinson.

Thornton came close when Eli Petchak rattled the crossbar, but with 15 minutes remaining Andy Benjamin restored Station's lead.

However, with only five minutes left, substitute Tion Richards hit United's second equaliser after good work by Kyle Dooling.

The drama wasn't over, however, as, in the last minute, a United defender made a last-ditch diving header off the goal-line to keep the match all-square.

Tyersal moved back to the top of Division One after a goal-fest against Dog and Gun, who conceded 20 without reply, seven going to man of the match Adam Jarrett, five to Kieran Suddards and three to Josh Finan.

Wibsey are up to second after a 6-2 victory over Mill Lane.

West Riding County FA Sunday Trophy quarter-finalists Queensbury had a difficult match at home to Great Horton in wet and windy conditions, but won 3-2.

Darren Fletcher hit a first-half goal for the hosts, but a brace from man of the match Lewis Forsythe assured that the points went to Queensbury

In the top-of-the-table clash in Division Two, AFC Titans won by the odd goal in five against Northern to leapfog their opponents into pole position.

James Royal bagged a brace for the hosts and Ben McArdle got the other, with the replies coming from Connor Scott and Cameron Whalley.

Five second-half goals from Eastward was too much for hosts Hunsworth in Division Three, with Rob Coulter's brace being added to by Sean McVey, Elliott Holmes and Aidan Rhodes.