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Westwood Park in double divisional triumph
Westwood Park secured a double Central Yorkshire League title triumph as their first and A teams both won their respective divisions with victories over Adwalton.
The senior side, with Rodley in hot pursuit, sealed the Division Three championship by three points after a resounding 122-run home win.
Westwood declared on a daunting total of 242-7, skipper Jawad Waheed (84) and Muhammed Zahid (55) setting the pace.
Adwalton had no answer to opening bowlers Waheed (4-42) and Michael Kidd (3-30) in reply, before Jon Cherry also weighed in with three wickets to leave the visitors 110 all out.
Meanwhile, the Westwood A team finished seven points clear of Liversedge A in Division Four despite only taking four from a high-scoring contest at Adwalton.
Rana Abbas top-scored with 71 for the Horton Bank Top outfit before being run out in a total of 303-6. But the hosts did not roll over easily as James Emmott hit a fine 53 out of 242-8 in response.
In contrast, Liversedge finished runners up despite taking just one point from their final game at Azaad A after batting 47 overs for just 142-2. Skipper Russell Clarke finished unbeaten on 68 after opening the innings.
Young James Swift took four wickets in the Azaad reply but they won by two wickets with ten overs to spare.
Batley fell at the final hurdle when Altofts overtook them to condemn the Mount Pleasant side to relegation from the Premier Division along with Northowram.
It looked all over for Batley against visiting Wakefield Thornes at 55-8 but they did rally to 119 and then had their opponents at 87-7 before eventually losing by two wickets.
Ossett, Birstall and Mirfield Parish Cavaliers all rounded off the season with disappointing defeats – and the same fate befell promoted Division One champions Hopton Mills and Scholes.
Runners-up Scholes, at Liversedge, were undone by a magnificent 134 off only 89 balls from Sean Wilson, who hammered 14 fours and eight sixes in his two hours at the crease.
But in context, the match did have an air of celebration and levity about it as Scholes bowled nine players and then reversed some of their batting order.
Buttershaw St Paul’s secured a winning finish as James Robson (69), Paul Robinson (4-33) and Ian Carradice (3-3) helped them to 60-run victory.
But there was no joy for Mirfield or Ossett A, who lost and are relegated.