Skipton Kashmir defy Patel’s best efforts

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Wind and rain wiped out two of six scheduled West Riding Sunday Council fixtures but Skipton Kashmir, Abaseen, Manningham and Attock Sweet Centre defied the elements to register wins.

Newcomers Skipton racked up a second 200-plus run feast this season with a team effort of 225-9.

Hosts Prajapati then ran out of overs to close just shy on 217-7, despite the best efforts of Dev Patel (88).

Asad Rashid top-scored with 54 in AMCC’s 178-9 but that total was swept aside by Abaseen as they comfortably achieved their target for the loss of three wickets.

Attock United were dismissed for 115 at Manningham and the home side were three-wicket winners as Mohammed Adil’s 85 led the way.

Attock Sweet Centre were all out for a mere 87 but managed to successfully defend that total as opponents Euro Windows were wiped out for 76 on their own ground.

The Kashmir v Azeems and Shaadi Cards v Westwood Park matches were called off due to waterlogged pitches.

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