CROSSFLATTS Village's hopes of a treble remain intact after their victory in the GOALS Bradford Sunday Alliance League Senior Cup final.

Village won 3-0 over Westwood Park at Manningham Mills and Crossflatts' hero was their keeper Dan Thorpe.

For the second time in a matter of days against the same opposition, Thorpe saved a penalty kick, although this time it was more of a bad penalty.

Thorpe also superbly saved a spot-kick in last Thursday's league encounter that Village won by a single Craig Morris goal.

The Senior Cup final was the first between two Championship Division clubs, and both teams put the opposing keepers under pressure in the early stages, but both defences stood firm until the 27th minute when an own goal put the Keighley team in front.

Park had a defender dismissed by referee Nick Coleman after 35 minutes, and they needed keeper Reece Butler to come to their rescue in the second half with a series of saves, which were rounded off with a magnificent tip over the bar.

The one man difference eventually told on Park and Village started to dominate, and it was no surprise when Crossflatts doubled their lead after 70 minutes when a scramble in the penalty area fell to Michael Garnett, who hit the ball home.

Five minutes later, Connor Erangey scored Crossflatts' third when he ran on to a through ball.

Man of the match for Village was defender Lewis Morgan and Crossflatts skipper for the day Olley Metcalfe lifted the trophy in the absence of regular captain Matthew Bentham, who was injured.

Already with the Keighley & District FA Sunday Cup in their pocket, Village will complete the treble tonight if they beat Wyke Rangers at home.

Premier Division champions Olympic have a date at county headquarters at Fleet Lane, Woodlesford on Friday in the final of the West Riding County FA Sunday Cup when they take on Leeds-based HT Sports, who beat Village in the semi-finals.

There was a little Sunday Alliance League action, and Thornbury Celtic beat Ventus United 7-3 in the Premier Division.

Mill Lane visited Queensbury and came away with a 5-2 victory after leading 3-1 at the break, with Kyle Dyche bagging a hat-trick for the winners.

Christopher Hawker pulled a goal back for Wrose Bull in the second half but two in the first from Kyle Shah and Brett Carey was enough to give Beldon Oddies the points.