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Mohammed Bilal stars as Salem Athletic increase their advantage
Salem Athletic increased their lead at the top of Bradford Mutual Sunday School League Group A after they defeated Interlink by two wickets.
Athletic were indebted to Mohammed Bilal, who scored 60no in their 101-8 in reply to Interlink's 98 all out, Mohammed Pandor taking 5-32 for Interlink.
Bradford Gymkhana moved into second after they defeated Hallfield by 47 runs. Gymkhana made 138 all out, Khalid Mehmood taking 4-32 for Hallfield, who were all out for 91.
Omars gained a much-needed win over Girlington after Asad Abbas scored 104 in their 169-5, passing Girlington's 168 all out in which Mushtaq Hussain scored 82 and Majid Hussain took 5-46.
Cambing made 215-9 against Bradford Moor, who were all out for 125. Shakeel Arshad made 75 for Cambing and Hammed Khan took 4-40, while Amjad Malik top scored for Moor with 57.
In Group B, leaders Apperley Bridge did not play, and it cost them top spot and second place.
New front-runners are Girlington, who defeated Salem Athletic by three wickets.
Salem made 119, with Iftikhar Ahmed taking 4-36. Girlington passed the score thanks to Shahid Saleem (62), Nisar Ahmed taking 4-40 for Salem.
Yorkshire LPS defeated bottom club Mayfield by seven wickets after Pradip Patel's 5-20 helped dismiss Mayfield for 58.
In Group C, leaders VVS Laxman defeated Cambing by six wickets after bowling them out for 105, while second-placed Great Horton Church beat Bradford Indians by nine wickets as Indians were all out for 64, Umer Aslam taking 4-13.
Third-placed Great Horton Meths lost to Mandhata by eight wickets , Dan Jackson top-scoring for Meths with 41 in their 107, Karan Dorka then hitting 56no for Mandhata.
West Bowling scored 115-8 at Hallfield and managed to bowl the hosts out for 101, with Anjum Munir taking 4-21.
In Group D, leaders Muff Field A were top scorers of the day with 241-6 against YMCA, Hasan Malik making 119. YMCA replied with 71 all out, Rob Jackson scoring 43no. For Muff Field, Frank Powell took 5-15 and James Fallon 4-15.
Yorkshire LPS kept up the pressure on the leaders with a six-wicket victory at Great Horton Meths.
Sanjeev Kulkarni scored 54 in Meths 158 all out, but 67 from Uday Lal saw LPS home.
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