kept up the pressure on Premier Division leaders White Star with a hard-earned win at Relay Recruitment as the Bradford Sunday Alliance League finally completed a full programme of fixtures after the winter freeze.

Joe Brooksbank edged the visitors in front after half an hour and although Shazad Iqbal equalised at the start of the second half, Cory Larvin headed home Bowling’s winner ten minutes from time.

White Star also had to struggle before being able to extend their 100 per cent record with a 3-2 win at third-placed Orient.

Andy Fieldhouse twice gave Clayton the lead, the first with a penalty, but Andy Benjamin (2) and John Selby were up to the task.

Andy Bentley scored on his Cuedos Rangers debut but they had to settle for a 2-2 draw at in Division One. Chris Dunn had made it 2-0 before the hosts hit back to draw level.

Mark Constertine’s hat-trick for Mill Lane set up an 8-1 home win over WMC in Division 1A, with Danny Harrison adding a double.

Shoulder and leaders Buttershaw Celtic shared six goals and the points in a thriller, Liam Nicholson scoring twice for the mid-table hosts.

Royal ended a great run by Division 1B leaders Great Northern with a 1-0 win as Dom Schack’s late goal inflicted only a second league defeat on the visitors.

Jamie Lee (3) and Adrian Howard (2) were among the scorers for Dudley Hill Rangers Reserves as they overpowered bottom side Prospect 8-4.

Bull player-manager Shane Merzurk opened the scoring for third-placed Wrose Bull as they won 3-1 against .

Andy Brown struck twice for Junction Inn at George in a 4-1 victory, while the same score saw second-placed Gaping Goose narrow the gap at the top as they triumphed at Rangers.

Will Thorpe netted twice, backed up by solo strikes from Dan Morgan and Gavin Grimshaw, as Division 2A strugglers Ka shocked visiting Rangers 4-2.

Second-placed romped to an 8-0 home win over rock-bottom Stocks Lane in Division 2B led by a Jaime Taylor hat-trick and Danny Walker brace.

Harold Club were impressive 6-3 winners against YSA in Division 3B, with two Brenden Folan goals being the highlight.

Division Four leaders Hockney All Stars remain unbeaten after another 6-3 outcome, with Reserves their victims. Khurram Shazad bagged an excellent treble, supported by Asif Iqbal (2) and Arad Yaqoob.

Gareth Henderson and Tyrone Terralonge supplied the firepower as Titans beat Dudley Hill Keys 2-0.

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White Star made to fight to maintain perfect record (From Bradford Telegraph and Argus)

kept up the pressure on Premier Division leaders White Star with a hard-earned win at Relay Recruitment as the Bradford Sunday Alliance League finally completed a full programme of fixtures after the winter freeze.

Joe Brooksbank edged the visitors in front after half an hour and although Shazad Iqbal equalised at the start of the second half, Cory Larvin headed home Bowling’s winner ten minutes from time.

White Star also had to struggle before being able to extend their 100 per cent record with a 3-2 win at third-placed Orient.

Andy Fieldhouse twice gave Clayton the lead, the first with a penalty, but Andy Benjamin (2) and John Selby were up to the task.

Andy Bentley scored on his Cuedos Rangers debut but they had to settle for a 2-2 draw at in Division One. Chris Dunn had made it 2-0 before the hosts hit back to draw level.

Mark Constertine’s hat-trick for Mill Lane set up an 8-1 home win over WMC in Division 1A, with Danny Harrison adding a double.

Shoulder and leaders Buttershaw Celtic shared six goals and the points in a thriller, Liam Nicholson scoring twice for the mid-table hosts.

Royal ended a great run by Division 1B leaders Great Northern with a 1-0 win as Dom Schack’s late goal inflicted only a second league defeat on the visitors.

Jamie Lee (3) and Adrian Howard (2) were among the scorers for Dudley Hill Rangers Reserves as they overpowered bottom side Prospect 8-4.

Bull player-manager Shane Merzurk opened the scoring for third-placed Wrose Bull as they won 3-1 against .

Andy Brown struck twice for Junction Inn at George in a 4-1 victory, while the same score saw second-placed Gaping Goose narrow the gap at the top as they triumphed at Rangers.

Will Thorpe netted twice, backed up by solo strikes from Dan Morgan and Gavin Grimshaw, as Division 2A strugglers Ka shocked visiting Rangers 4-2.

Second-placed romped to an 8-0 home win over rock-bottom Stocks Lane in Division 2B led by a Jaime Taylor hat-trick and Danny Walker brace.

Harold Club were impressive 6-3 winners against YSA in Division 3B, with two Brenden Folan goals being the highlight.

Division Four leaders Hockney All Stars remain unbeaten after another 6-3 outcome, with Reserves their victims. Khurram Shazad bagged an excellent treble, supported by Asif Iqbal (2) and Arad Yaqoob.

Gareth Henderson and Tyrone Terralonge supplied the firepower as Titans beat Dudley Hill Keys 2-0.

Read the article on Bradford Telegraph Argus

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