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Leaders New Wortley shocked by cellar dwellers Crompark
There was a huge surprise at the head of Dales Council League Divison A where basement boys Crompark (128-9) – without a win since May 26 – toppled leaders New Wortley (127) in a nail-biting finish.
Despite this welcome win, the Guiseley side remain rooted at the foot of the table.
Following the demise of New Wortley, Leeds Sikh (218) took over at the top following a comfortable win at Hawksworth , who were dismissed for just 87.
Apperley Bridge (172-8) keep in touch in third place after gaining revenge on Saville Stars (142-9) for a defeat earlier in the season.
Shipley Providence (104) secured a 57-run win over visitors Hyde Park, who were bowled out for just 47 as Johnny Thompson returned 6-23.
Halifax Direct (70-3) enjoyed a comprehensive seven-wicket win over visitors Hepworth and Idle (68) where Gully Mehmood returned 5-16 for the home side.
The congestion at the top of Division B shows no sign of letting up. In a reduced overs game, leaders Apperley Bridge posted 139 (Zahid Ullah Jan 54, Keith Marsden 6-18) before restricting hosts Pudsey St Lawrence to 136-5 (Shahid Bhatti 53).
Farnley Hill (Gary Beaumont 89no, Dale Breakwell 50) chased down visitors Thornbury ’s 212-8 (Kaleem Afzal 64no) with five wickets to spare, leaving them just three points behind the leaders.
In third place, only two points further back, are Meanwood, who made 167-9 (Drew Bligh-Dobson 63, Hassan Abrar 5-52) at Cookridge. The hosts could only make 86 as Matthew Ross claimed 5-10.
Tong Manor (136-4, Steve Phillips 76) kept in touch with the top three after a six-wicket win at Pudsey Congs (130, Gareth Kitchen 5-25).
Division C leaders Tong Park Esholt (84) slipped to a two-wicket defeat to Thornbury B (85-8), allowing rivals Undercliffe (108-3, Scott Dawson 60no) to close the gap with a crucial game in hand on the leaders.
Surprise result in Division D saw bottom side Baildon C (126-7) record their first win of the season after defeating high-flying Pudsey St Lawrence B, who were sent back for just 58 with Brad Hinchcliffe returning 5-7 for the winners.