TYERSAL were convincing winners of the second of the GOALS Bradford Sunday Alliance League's knockout finals.

They hit Mill Lane for six in the Intermediate Cup final at Manningham Mills, with three goals coming in each half.

Tyersal moved into the lead via Jordon Hagyard after ten minutes, and never looked back.

Hagyard ended up with two, and Adam Finan and Adam Jarrett also bagged braces, with Mill Lane getting a late consolation.

There was a restricted programme of league matches, with only three in the Premier Division, one of which resulted in a walkover, and two in the Championship Division.

In the top flight, Ventus United had a rare victory - only their second of the season - beating Lyceum 6-2, with

James Shields and Wayne Taylor replying to strikes by Declan Brame, Thomas Briggs, Adam Chadwick, Ryan Hargreaves, Aaron Irving and Joshua Todd.

In the Championship Division, leaders Station Hotel suffered a rare defeat, but it was against second-placed Crossflatts Village.

Skipper and man of the match Matthew Bentham put the visitors in front in the first half from the penalty spot, and then scored from the spot again in the second half.

Colin Schofield also scored for the visitors but Station Hotel still remain in pole position, leading by six points although Village have two matches in hand, while the goal difference is very similar (Station are on plus 76 and the Villagers plus 80).

AFC Titans have secured promotion from Division Two alongside leaders Northern after a 6-1 victory at Eccleshill Punjab.

Christopher Carrigan and Ben McArdle both notched braces, while David Geddes and man of the match Damen McDonough were also on the scoresheet for the winners.

George United shared six goals with Peacock Bar in a thriller, with Jordan Mortimer, Adam Ferry and Damian Doyle on target for United.

In Division Three, there was a top-of-the-table match when in-form Eastward won 2-1 at Bradford Celtic, courtesy of Elliott Holmes and Adam Rhodes.

AFC Bingley dropped a point after four goals with AFC Hounds Athletic, with Liam Holmes and Jason Walton on target for the latter.

Eccleshill Lane Ends won 9-0 at Hunsworth, with Daniel Patefield bagging a hat-trick for the visitors.