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Mark Harrison ton seals Bradford League Division Two crown for Farsley
Harrison, who has had an outstanding season, hit 23 fours as he made an unbeaten 130 which helped his side declare at 304-2.
He shared an opening stand of 167 with Andrew Duckworth (70) and put on 133 for the second wicket with Joe Greaves, who hit 84 off 51 balls.
Windhill wilted in reply and were dismissed for just 90 against Neil Laidlaw (3-8) and Joe Greaves (3-23).
Farsley will also have a big say in who goes up with them as they visit second-placed New Farnley in their final game on Saturday.
The league newcomers, who defeated Gomersal by six wickets in Sunday’s programme, need five points to clinch promotion in their first season.
Young opener Mattie Good (67) and club chef Tom Suggitt (60no) had the recipe for their team’s latest success as New Farnley successfully chased down a Gomersal total of 172-8.
Opener Andy Gorrod top-scored with 83 for a Gomersal side without this season’s leading run-scorer Richard Gould. Nadeem Hussain was the pick of the New Farnley bowlers with 4-40.
Spen Victoria’s second defeat of the weekend, a five-wicket reverse against Undercliffe, is likely to be the killer blow to their promotion challenge.
Skipper Dan Shuffe (50) helped Spen to a total of 200 as Ashley Robinson (4-36) and Michael Kelsey (3-53) posed problems.
Undercliffe eased to victory by five wickets thanks to skipper Ben Heritage (83), who needs just three runs in the final game to complete 1,000 for the season.
Yeadon moved into third place, one point ahead of Spen, after collecting maximum points from a 195-run win at Idle.
Ben Elvidge blasted an unbeaten 114 off just 61 balls as Yeadon declared at 293-2 after 42 overs, sharing an unbroken third-wicket stand of 171 with Australia Shaun Miller (59no).
They built on the earlier good work of openers Damon Gormley (56) and skipper James Todd (54), who launched the innings with a partnership of 107.
Idle, who will have to apply for re-election, were bowled out for 98 as Oliver Halliday produced a burst of 7-35.
The biggest total of the day and largest win belonged to Keighley, who made 383-4 before dismissing rock-bottom Great Horton for 95 (Richard Robinson 5-21) to secure a 288-run verdict.
Jack Beetham raced to an unbeaten 112 off just 57 balls for Keighley. He shared an unbroken fifth-wicket stand of 188 with Jonathan Wilkinson, who made 66 not out.
Openers Freddie Pearson (83) and Matthew Bottomley (75) had started the run spree with a partnership of 156.
Bankfoot recorded their second win of the weekend as they edged home by one wicket at Hartshead Moor, who posted 174-9.
Mohammed Hafeez took 5-46 as Brighouse dismissed Bowling Old Lane for 127 on their way to a four-wicket win.