Aiden helps Jer to crucial Win

Nabil Khan badly cut a finger while moving a sightscreen

Nabil Khan badly cut a finger while moving a sightscreen

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Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photograph of the Author by , T&A Sports Reporter

AIDEN Winnard was the hero for Jer Lane as they swiftly gained revenge for their Parish Cup final defeat to Copley in the Foster's Halifax League Premier Division.

However, second-teamer Winnard only got the nod when Nabil Khan injured a finger moving a sightscreen before the match started.

"It was quite a bad cut on some metalwork at the back of the sightscreen, and 'Bobby' went to hospital. He is expected to be out for two to three weeks," said Jer's Andrew Pinfield.

Winnard (6-2-18-0) bowled economically in Copley's 140-7 and then top-scored with 31 at No 9 in the reply of 143-8 as Lane stayed on course to retain their title.

Oxenhope's poor form continued in the Roy Smith First Division at leaders SBCI .

The visitors restricted SBCI to 211-7, but Oxenhope took such exception to the 14 wides awarded that an umpire threatened to abandon the game.

Joe Ousey took 4-70 for Oxenhope, but only Lewis Hopkinson (25) made double figures when they were dismissed for a season's low 59.

Thornton made 272-6, Wayne Cotton batting through for 127, which included 14 fours and five sixes, but visitors Mytholmroyd won by five wickets as Adie Gawthorpe made 160 not out.

Second-placed Cullingworth, affected by injuries and holidays, only had ten players in the Terry Wynne Second Division as they lost their derby at Denholme Clough by 53 runs.

Opener Aslam Imran anchored Clough's innings of 172 with 56, adding 52 for the fifth wicket with Adil Hanif (28) as Phil Poole took 4-37 and Steve Welch 4-24.

Cullingworth had their own significant stand after being 28-4 as George Heartfield (36) and Graham Rankin (32) put on 57 for the fifth wicket but they were dismissed for 119 as Asif Mohammed took 3-28, Sultan Mahmood 3-29 and Waqas Ali 2-28.

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