FREE-SCORING Bradford Sunday Alliance Premier Division leaders Olympic FC are on course for a domestic double this season, but face a tricky test in the cup tomorrow at their Harrogate Road ground against Halifax club Lee Mount.

The West Riding County FA Sunday Cup quarter-final tie was due to be played a fortnight ago, but after being postponed on that occasion, the contest is now taking place three weeks after all of the other last eight ties.

If Olympic progress, they will be rewarded with a semi-final tie at Woodlesford on April 19.

With Olympic tied up in cup competition, second-placed Sandy Lane could draw level with them at the top of the league by beating lowly Ventus United.

However, the current leaders will have four games in hand over them by the final whistle.

Runaway Championship leaders Station Hotel entertain Bolton Woods Social and could go 14 points clear at the top of the league with a win over the third-bottom side.

Their only real rivals for the title are Crossflatts Village, and they will be hoping to close the gap with a home win over Westwood Park. Park will be confident though, after holding Premier Division Oakenshaw to a draw in the Bradford & District Cup last week.

There is a full set of fixtures in Division Two this weekend, with leaders AFC Titans hoping to extend their lead at the top with an away win over mid-table Delius FC.