WINDHILL & Daisy Hill have climbed off the bottom of the All Rounder Bradford Premier League Conference Division with their first win of the season – a six-wicket victory over Rodley.

Dave Shaw made an unbeaten 44 and Matthew Marshall 34 as Windhill overhauled Rodley's total of 151.

Joe Metcalfe (44) and Ryan Callis (33) were the top scorers for Rodley, who have slipped back after a bright start to the season.

Shoaib Iqbal (3-25) and Ian Clayton (3-31) were Windhill’s most successful bowlers.

On a day of impressive last-wicket stands, Javed Iqbal (61no) and Andrew Crowther (38) put on 83 for Heckmondwike & Carlinghow against leaders Jer Lane.

However, they could not prevent their side from suffering a 61-run defeat as they made 203 in response to Jer Lane’s 264-8.

Tom Watson (60), Raqeeb Younis (38) and Jonny Lister (34no) were the main contributors for the league new boys.

Oulton are just five points behind in second place after their 72-run win over Sandal.

Half-centuries from Will Harrison (68) and Matthew Boucher (53) were backed up by Ben Child (38) in a total of 203.

The best of the bowlers were Ben Van De Nieuwenhoff (4-35) and Kieran Dransfield (3-66).

Kieran Shuttleworth (74) dominated Sandal’s reply of 131, but his colleagues had no answer to John Andrews (6-57) and Jonathan Gardiner (3-26).

Third-placed Adwalton skittled Crossbank Methodists for 72, but didn’t have things all their own way.

It looked plain sailing when Gareth Lee (6-10) had Crossbank in a spin, but Adwalton hit problems too and lost seven wickets in reaching their target as James Abbott took 4-27.

East Leeds' Jacob Naylor had the distinction of making the day’s highest individual score in his side’s 94-run win over Great Preston.

Naylor struck eight sixes and 21 fours as he made a stunning 172, which propelled his side to 301. with Dean Atkinson the next highest scorer with 37.

Great Preston made a spirited 207-9, with one of the highlights being an unbroken last-wicket stand of 62 between Danny Harwood (42no) and Joe Schofield (22no), which denied East Leeds a bowling point.

Jack Morrison (40) was the only early-order batsman to make an impression as Banaras Hussain took 6-40.

There was a thrilling finish at Gildersome & Farnley Hill, where the home side beat Azaad by three runs.

Gildersome & Farnley Hill were indebted to Liam Pearson (5-65) and Ghulam Hussain (3-54) for their success after Hanif Mahboob (79) threatened to take the game away from them.

Azaad finished on 228-9, tantalisingly close to Gildersome & Farnley Hill’s 231-8, a score which owed much to the efforts of Chris Harris (48) and Shoaib Rehman (39).

Azaad’s best bowler was Zaeem Zulfqar (4-54).