A FINE all-round performance from Tom Hawksworth ensured that Hepworth & Idle won their first game of the season in Division One of the Mewies Craven Cricket League. They were pushed hard at Ingrow, but scraped home by two wickets.

The hosts made 167, with Mark Price (76) leading the way as Nathan Allatt (5-35) and Hawksworth (4-40) did the damage with the ball. Hawksworth (51) and Gareth Goodaire (33 not out) played a big part in the successful chase.

Bingley Congs now lead the division. They travelled to Wilsden and totalled 211-9. Youngster Ben Hemsley led the way with 60.

Dipesh Mistry claimed 3-41 but his side were then knocked over for just 96, with Neil Copping recording figures of 4-27.

Oakworth go second after beating Crossflatts at Wide Lane. The visitors were 111-9 before number 11 Jodi Town Jones made 25 to help the score to 143-9.

The home side progressed steadily, with Joel Gallagher (27), Drew Duffy (27) and Jack Davison 25no helping them win by two wickets.

Barrowford hosted Haworth Road and ran into red-hot Zahir Abbas. He made a superb 109no as the visitors posted 247. Barrowford were dismissed for 208.

Craig Thornton (41) helped Sutton limp to 100 all out at Denholme as Ryan Judson took 4-18. The hosts cruised home by eight wickets in just 10 overs, with Matt Wear's 63no containing 11 fours and two sixes.

Embsay were crushed by 10 wickets at home to Haworth. Skipper Phil Binner (25) offered some resistance but Damian Rowell took 5-15. Jamie Rowell 75no and Peter Gower 28no saw the visitors to a fine victory.

Foulridge go top of Division Two after they narrowly beat Gargrave and Airedale lost at home to Cowling.

They were dismissed for only 93 as Stuart Weatherill claimed 5-36. Gargrave were knocked over for just 81 though, despite Chris Lambert scoring 29.

Airedale were skittled for 69, with Josh Gill (5-29) and Shahid Hassan (3-2) running riot. Mohammed Shah Usman (29no) guided the visitors home, as Lee Rickaby took 4-22.

At Riddlesden, Eldwick & Gilstead made 137. Steve Timperley hit 68 as Rummy Smith took 3-4. Visitors Glusburn won by five wickets with skipper Steve Brown scoring 80no.

Bradford & Bingley made 174-8 at Haworth Road II. Will Johnson (69) was the main contributor as Adam Cook (4-45) and Andy Maude (3-33) bowled well. The hosts won by three wickets with Ian Robson (42) leading the way.

Long Lee's Mohammad Khaliq (4-13) helped dismiss visitors Chatburn for 97 before Lee Humphreys (40) ensured a fine eight-wicket win.

Cononley recorded a much-needed victory at Sandy Lane. Nathan Parker (38) and Matt Brooke (26no) got them to 154-7 as Attique Khan took 4-25. Lewie Fitton (5-15) ensured the hosts were all out for only 89.