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Haworth Road beat the weather and Oakworth
Local cricket was again devastated by the weather.
It is five years since there was such a disrupted season.
Play was possible in six games in the Craven League, with only two of those reaching a conclusion.
Leaders of Division One Haworth Road have not lost a game to the weather this season and Saturday was no exception.
They entertained Oakworth and batting first made 164, with Will Burgess top-scoring with 34 as Michael Scarborough rolled back the years to claim 7-51.
But Mohammed Zahid undermined the Wide Lane side’s efforts as he took 6-37 to help bowl Oakworth out for a modest 90.
There was play in two games in the Division Two and neither reached a finish.
There was a complete wash out in Division Three and the one game in Division Four was the reverse of Glusburn v Riddlesden at Stockbridge.
The homesters struggled to 116-8 in their 45 overs, with Darren Shields top-scoring with 34 not out. The Park Field were under the cosh at 45-7 when the weather saved them, with Imran Mehban taking 6-15.
Denholme II travelled to Thornton in Division Five and rattled up 232-8 on the back of a fine 102 from T Priestley as Mark Proctor finished with 5-64. Thornton were 31-2 in 14 overs when the rain arrived.
The other game to reach a conclusion came at Skipton CI II, where they were knocked over for 48 by visitors Foulridge II. Imran Khaliq took 4-25 and J Springthorpe 4-20. Foulridge cruised home by nine wickets, with Mick Gildea 30 not out.