CROSSFLATTS Village's remarkable season has continued.

They may have found HT Sports, who are second in the Leeds Combination League Premier Division, too hot to handle in a semi-final of the West Riding County FA Sunday Cup at county HQ at Fleet Lane, Woodlesford, losing 5-0.

However, GOALS Bradford Sunday Alliance League Village they did reach a final, defeating Keighley Town 5-2 at Marley Stadium in the Keighley & District FA Sunday Cup.

Goals for the winners came from man of the match Ollie Metcalfe (3), including an excellent free-kick, William Bailey and Colin Schofield.

HT Sports now await the winners of the other county semi final between Alliance team Olympic and Ferrybridge Progressive WMC, who play on Thursday.

Due to Crossflatts getting to the Keighley final at Silsden on Sunday, May 6, the Alliance League's Senior Cup final has been put back a week until Sunday, May 13 at Manningham Mills (2.00).

In the Alliance Premier Division, Olympic had a 4-0 victory at Thornton United, while West Bowling had a 7-1 triumph at Ventus United.

Station Hotel took advantage of Crossflatts Village's cup exploits by recording a 5-0 victory over Heaton Athletic in the Championship Division.

If Hotel manage a draw with Village when the top two clash on Sunday, April 29 at the TFD Youth Centre, Hotel only need to pick up four points from their other two matches, while Village could not catch them even if they win their other seven matches.

Even if it came down to goal difference, Hotel have a vastly superior goal difference to Village (+ 79 against +54) but both teams are expected to not only reach the Premier Division, but make a significant impact next season.

After leading 2-0 at the interval, Hotel powered in another three goals in the second half.

Ryan Basi, Andy Benjamin, Paul Harrison and Josh Milner were on the scoresheet before substitute David Keighley added a fifth.

In Division One, AFC Wibsey and Wrose Bull shared six goals in a thriller at Wibsey Park.

Wibsey could have done with all three points to keep up the pressure on the top two, and even though Devon James, David Warner and Ryan Wood found the net for the home team, a Mathew Barok hat-trick denied the home team all of the points.

In Division Two, AFC Titans kept up the pressure on the leaders after they beat Bradford Moor YSA 5-2.

Mohamed Feisal and Sultan Khan were on the mark for the home team in the second half, but first-half strikes for the visitors from Chris Carrigan, Michael Dugan, Paul Hickey and Dave Geddes and a second-half effort from Anthony Preston assured the visitors of three badly-needed points.

Leaders Northern went into the break level with Eccleshill Punjab, courtesy of a Michael Avery strike, but in the second-half goals by Danny O'Donnell and Cameron Whalley proved too much for the home team as Northern ran out victors by 3-2.

Meanwhile, after a fantastic display, George United won 2-1 at Scholemoor Rovers, after going behind, with the goals coming from Rob Catherall and Michael Miller

In Division Three, Eastward went goal crazy at home to Drop Kick United.

Elliot Holmes hit four and Callum Brewster and Haider Bilal a brace each for the winners, with Carr brothers Liam and Daniel chipping in.

* Premier Division West Bowling, who ate one of the oldest clubs in the GOALS Bradford Sunday Alliance League, are looking to recruit a new team manager for the 2018-19 season.

Interested applicants should contact club secretary Freddie Lynn (07973-182121) to arrange a meeting.