HARTSHEAD Moor have extended their Championship Division Two lead to 62 points in the All Rounder Cricket Bradford Premier League.

Moor made 181 and dismissed Northowram Fields for 121, while Hunslet Nelson's defeat to Carlton enabled Hartshead Moor to strengthen their position.

Half-centuries from Arman Hussain (73) and Nick Busby (56) enabled Carlton to make 209, with Derrick Hammill (4-38) and Rakesh Seecharan (3-67) again the pick of the Nelson bowlers.

Will Stiff made a determined 56 for Nelson but he lacked support as his side were dismissed for 178, with Josh Thurwell taking 5-42 and Busby 3-44.

Altofts are just seven points behind second-placed Nelson after their 38-run victory over Keighley.

Farrouk Alam again proved his worth to Altofts with an unbeaten 88, while Kristian Miller made 66 as they shared a third-wicket stand of 125 in a total of 228-4.

Louis Horsfield made an unbeaten 82 in Keighley's reply of 190-7, with Callum Nuttall the best of the bowlers as he claimed 3-50.

Idle continued their revival with a six-wicket win over struggling Spen Victoria.

Opener Evan Edwards' 44 was the one bright spot for Spen as they were bowled out for 155, with Quadratulla Azizi (3-26) and Arbaab Hussain (3-10) the best bowlers.

Mohammed Bashir (41), Azizi (41no) and Muhammed Siddique (32) then helped Idle to their victory target.

Bottom team Brighouse recorded their second win of the campaign as they sneaked home by one wicket against Liversedge.

Sunny Matharu (3-38) and Asad Mahmood (3-33) helped restrict Liversedge to 144-7, Paul Marlowe top-scoring with 32.

Asif Ali (4-36) made Brighouse work hard for their win but opener Qaisar Hameed's 32 helped get them over the line.

Buttershaw St Paul's had their experienced players to thank for a 101-run win over Hopton Mills.

Tosh Baker (49) and Paul Carroll (39) helped them to 195, despite the efforts of Umar Abbas (5-39).

Mills then struggled and were bowled out for 94, with Ben Platt taking 3-6 and James Sawyer 3-32.