DELAYED Bradford & District FA Cup ties were finally played as the weather relented.

Westwood Park, from Division One, gave Premier Division Oakenshaw a stiff test in an all-Bradford Sunday Alliance League clash in the second round of the Sunday Senior Cup.

The teams were level after 90 minutes, but Oakenshaw held their nerve to win the shoot-out 4-2 and book a tie against Thornbury Celtic.  

Things were a lot easier for Tyersal in the Sunday Cup as they disposed of Steel Bangle Spartans 5-1 to reach the semi-finals.

Adam Jarrett's brace and Jake Scott's penalty put Tyersal in charge, with further goals following for Jordon Hagyard and Josh Finan, although Kieron Suddards was named as man of the match.

Eccleshill Punjab and Salts, from the Wharfedale Triangle League, shared four goals in 90 minutes but Salts progressed after winning the shoot-out 5-3.

Only two Premier Division fixtures took place, with champions elect Olympic, playing their first league match of the year, overcoming Lyceum 8-0 at Arkwright Street.

It was a good workout before next weekend's West Riding County FA Sunday Cup quarter final against Halifax outfit Lee Mount at Harrogate Road.

Steve Hollingworth (3), Omar Habib (3), Babar Butt and Kyle Trennary were on target for Olympic.

Hosts Thornton United and West Bowling locked horns, with the hosts winning an entertaining encounter 4-2.

Luke Hepton put the home team in front with a good strike after a superb cross from Connor Atkinson, but on the half-hour the visitors equalised through Joe Wood, only for Connor Raistrick to put the hosts in front before the interval.

On the hour, Hepton made it 3-1 after good work by Rohan Thomas and, although a goalkeeping error gave Simon Sewell a soft goal for Bowling, a defensive blunder meant that Cameron Brady's tidy finish made it 4-2.

In the Championship Division, Station Hotel extended their advantage, beating Toller 6-2, with Andy Benjamin, Chris Hawkes and Josh Finnan all bagging braces for the leaders.

In Division One, Wrose Bull won by the same scoreline over Queensbury.

The visitors only had 11 players and were 2-1 down when one of them got injured, with Josh Paterson and Carl Smith ultimately netting for the valiant losers.

AFC Titans still lead the way in Division Two after a 3-1 victory at East Bierley Village, despite going behind in the early stages.

James Royal (2) and Mick Dougan pulled it round, while Northern triumphed 2-1 at Beldon Oddies Reserves, courtesy of Daniel O'Donnell's brace, to keep the pressure on the front-runners.

In a close match at Bradford University, Bradford Moor moved into a two- goal interval lead through Mohammed Ali and Mohammed Faisel.

However, strikes by Jordan Farrell (52 minutes) and Joshua Best (58) levelled matters for hosts Prospect Reserves, only for Mohammed Z Khan to win it for the visitors.