CROMPARK were the only winners in the Dales Council League's A Division who managed to back up their victory the previous week with another win.

They asked Drighlington to bat at High Royds and restricted them to 173-7 (Graham Thurston 50no) before replying with 174-6 (Intzar Mahmood 67) in only 33.2 overs.

In a high-scoring game at Meanwood Road, Savile Stars scored 242 (Abdullah Alikzoi 123) before bowling out Woodhouse for 214 (Tahir Iqbal 54, Muhammad Faisal 50, Abdullah Khan 50, Syed Shah 5-16) to secure their first victory back in the top flight.

At The Roundhay Oval, Bradford Moor made 156-9 (Abdul Rashid 6-19) before dismissing New Wortley for only 57 (Murtaza Abbas 7-13).

Meanwhile at the Karmand Centre, Halifax Direct scored a competitive 206 (Arfan Shah 72, Wasif Iqbal 5-19) before bowling out promoted Farsley for 81 (Ansar Mahmood 5-20).

Thornbury racked up 287-5 at Smithy Lane, with Kamran Ali (59), Yassir Javed (56), Mohammed Dar (52) and Abdul Halim (51) top scoring before bowling out Cookridge for 112 (Waqas Abbas 5-20).

The closest finish in the division came at The Scott Hall Oval, where Leeds Sikh made 129 before bowling out Leeds Caribbean for 126, with Ubaid scoring 51 and Pritpal Saggu taking 5-26.

In B Division, two winners from the previous week met at Adel, and Pudsey Congs, batting first, made a very challenging 282-6, with Gopal Makwana scoring an unbeaten 107 before bowling out Adel for 139 (Malik Noon 74, Adam Patrick 7-25).

Drighlington were in the runs at Station Road, with Bhaven Mistry scoring 83 of the 230 before 16-year-old Jacob Phillips took 5-19 in the Muff Field reply of 61.

Halifax Direct B made it two out of two at Daleside Road, scoring 156 and then castling Thornbury B for 55.

Home side Mayfield totalled 156 (Paul Cuthbertson 69no, Will Kelly 7-42) and then bowled out Baildon for 122.

At Gledhow, Cookridge B made only 85 but won a low-scoring game after bowling out Leeds Sikh B for 71.

At Fulneck, Pudsey Congs gave promoted St Chads Broomfield a reminder that tney have stepped up in standard by dismissing them for just 33 before knocking off the runs in 14.2 overs.

Other convincing winners were One Stop in C Division, who made 185-7 (Raza Ali 72) at Salts and then bowled out Shipley Providence for 84, with Rafaqat Mehmood taking 5-20.

At Sunnybank, newcomers Muff Field B opened their account when, after scoring only 113, they bowled out Morley for 100.

In a close finish at Sandal, hosts Baildon B were bowled out for 75 (Adam McKenny 6-15) in 38.2 overs by newcomers Mayfield B, who then took 40 overs to score 76-9.