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Rain saves leaders Apperley Bridge in Dales Council League
Yet another wet weekend badly disrupted the Dales Council League as only seven games started yesterday.
Division A leaders Apperley Bridge visited Rodley, who batted first and scored 113 (Mark Hobson 46).
In reply, Apperley Bridge were 65-9 when, once again, showers hit Canal Bank and the game was a rain-affected draw.
Fourth-placed Leeds Sikh played host to bottom-of-the-table Crompark, who were bowled out for only 73 (Harcharan Seehra 5-12). Leeds Sikh replied with 74-6, winning by four wickets.
The only other game to start was at third-placed New Wortley, where visitors Savile Stars batted first and scored 223-9 (Usman 61) and were victorious, bowling the hosts out for 112 (Sunil Suskandla 43no).
No play took place in the other three fixtures.
Only two games started in Division B, where second-placed Farnley Hill took advantage of leaders Tong Manor's game being abandoned without a ball being bowled by bowling visitors Cookridge out for 119 and winning by nine wickets, scoring 122-1 (Gary Beaumont 70no), going back to the top of the table.
Division C was the worst hit, with three games being abandoned on Friday night and the only other fixture falling foul of the weather on Saturday morning.
Division D fared a little better, with two fixtures starting.
At Station Road, home club Drighlington-Whitehall scored 104 batting first (Tom Farrar 40, Stuart Jolly 4-20).
In reply, Pudsey Congs were 69-8 when once again the weather interrupted the home club's efforts to win, forcing another rain-affected draw.
* All games in the Bradford Mutual Sunday School League, many of which are played on council-owned grounds, were called off on Friday because of rain