MILL Lane will play Tyersal in next month's GOALS Bradford Sunday Alliance League Intermediate Cup final at Manningham Mills.

In the semi-finals at Rawdon Meadows at the weekend, Mill Lane were too good for Shoulder of Mutton, while Tyersal were almost as convincing in defeating Wrose Bull.

After an even first half, Lane piled on the pressure and scored four times through Nick Leach, Kyle Dyche, Mark Constadine and Gary Naylor, with Jamie Templeton replying for shoulder of Mutton.

In the other semi-final, Tyersal moved into a 2-1 interval lead with strikes by Josh Finan and Patrick Barylski, with Matty Barok replying for Bull.

However, a second-half strike by Sam Stott put the Arkwright Street men through to the final.

There was also some league action and, in the Premier Division, prospective champions Olympic look certain to be this season's champions after they beat second-placed Sandy Lane 3-1.

Lyceum edged out West Bowling by the only goal of the match, while Thornton United ran Ventus United ragged in winning 9-1.

In the Championship Division, Station Hotel kept on course to be champions with a thrilling 4-3 victory over Westwood Park, with Ryan Basi hitting a hat-trick for the leaders and Benjamin Bateman's strike making it 4-0 at the interval.

However, the visitors hit back with three goals, including a Danny Farrar brace, to make for an exciting finish.

Meanwhile, Wyke Rangers hit Bolton Woods Socials for seven in the other match in this division.

There was a thriller in Division One at Queensbury, where the home team were 4-1 down at the interval to Steel Bangle Spartans.

However, the determined hosts pulled back the deficit in the second half through a Lewis Forsyth strike and one each from Benjamin Pritchard, Noah Stocks and Thomas Yeadon.

But a hat-trick from Harjit Moore and a brace from Ben Wooley ensured that the points went home with the Spartans.

A goal in each half from Jonny Brannan ensured that Wibsey took the points from Great Horton, while in Division Two, Daniel Pattinson hit four for George United against Black Swan in a 7-1 victory for the visitors.

Meanwhile, Fairweather Green had a 4-2 victory over Bradford Moor, with Edward Bishop bagging a brace and Danny Davey and Brian Parkin also being on the scoresheet.

Mohammed Ishmael and Mohammed Z Khan replied for the losers, who had Shehraz Mahmood sent off.

Joe Collinson, Brad Davis and Chris Hemingway netted for lowly Throstle Nest United in their 3-3 home draw against Eccleshill Punjab.

Bingley continued on their pursuit for the Division Three title, beating Mill Lane Reserves 2-0.

However, previously unbeaten Bradford Celtic were surprised at Eastward, being beaten 5-2 after going in at the interval 2-0 down.

Strikes by John Selby (3), Callum Brewster and substitute Jordan Cuthbert were too much for Celtic.