FOR the first time in its history, the GOALS Bradford Sunday Alliance League's Senior Cup final will be contested by two clubs from outside the top flight.

Westwood Park, who are fourth in the Championship Division, will meet Crossflatts Village, who are two places higher, in the decider at Manningham Mills on Sunday, May 13 (11am).

Park, who led 2-1 at half-time, overcame second-tier leaders Station Hotel 3-2 in their semi-final at Harold Park.  

Strikes from Daniel Farrar and Glyn Hurst gave Westwood the advantage, with Station replying through Hamilton Knowles.

Michael O'Brien put Park 3-1 in front, but Ben Bateman's goal was too late for the hosts.

Meanwhile, in the Premier Division, Olympic beat Sandy Lane 4-0 at Marley Stadium, and the other results were even more one-sided, with Thornbury Celtic defeating Thornton United 9-2 and Oakenshaw despatching a depleted Ventus United 8-1.

Aaron McGee and Mathew Dempsey both got braces for Oakenshaw, with Arron Irving netting the consolation.

In the Championship Division, Crossflatts Village beat Heaton Athletic 6-0 to make it two wins in four days, with recent signing Connor Erangey and Matty Morgan scoring in both games.

However, a patched-up Villagers had been 2-0 down at promotion rivals Wyke Wanderers last Thursday, only to win 3-2 thanks to goals from Jonny Dawkins, Erangey and an excellent 80th-minute goal from substitute Morgan, who had only been on the pitch ten minutes.

Flatts found things a bit easier against Athletic, winning 6-0 with goals from Erangey, Matty Morgan (2), his brother Lewis Morgan, Colin Schofield, and an own goal.

Flatts can confirm promotion on Thursday night at Toller FC.

Thornton United Reserves went down to the only goal at home Wyke Rangers, while Queensbury pipped AFC Wibsey 2-1 with a Ross Mason brace, but the real hero for the winners was keeper Martin Kemp.

In Division One, promotion-chasing Tyersal beat Clayton 7-0, with man of the match Adam Jarrett bagging a brace for the men from Arkwright Street as Jake Stott, Paul Davidson, James Dores, Joe Broadbent and Josh Finnan added further goals.

In the penultimate game of their season in Division Two, battling Black Swan have notched their first win of the season - by 2-1 over Scholemoor Rovers.

However, Swan went behind early on in the first half before a close-range finish from Richard Varley, from a Morgan Cowling pass, and then a far-post volley from Patrick Holinski from Kieran Truman’s floated corner kick did the trick.

George United defeated Eccleshill Punjab 2-0 with strikes from Adam Ferry and Damian Doyle.

In Division Three, an Elliott Holmes penalty was enough to give Eastward a point against Eccleshill Lane Ends.