BRADFORD Premier League Division One leaders Undercliffe were a team in a hurry as they completed a crushing ten-wicket win over Hartshead Moor in a match that lasted just 23 overs.

Zeeshan Qasim (5-19) and Craig Wiseman (4-28) shot the visitors out for just 49. Undercliffe took just 5.5 overs to knock off the runs with Michael Kelsey scoring 34 not out.

Despite featuring in one of the matches to start at 1pm, Undercliffe were still finished in time to watch England beat Sweden in the World Cup.

Second-placed Wrenthorpe had to work harder for their four-wicket win in a low-scoring early-morning encounter at Bankfoot.

Jonathan Rudge produced an impressive spell of 7-18 and was backed up by Awais Ejaz (3-30) as Bankfoot were all out for 63.

Wrenthorpe found the going equally tough as Bankfoot skipper James Lee took 6-21 before they reached their target.

Overseas player Sanga Cooray hit 50 as third-placed Morley secured a four-wicket win at home to Gomersal.

Spinners Chris Rhodes (3-62) and Jonathan Boynton (3-43) caused a few flutters after Cooray departed, but Morley still managed to ease past Gomersal’s 130 in which Joel Pollard made 36. The best of the Morley bowlers were spinner Dave Nebard (4-37) and Henry Rush (3-12).

There was an important win for Ossett in their basement battle with Yeadon. John Sadler (50no) and Joe Finnigan (38no) helped them pass Yeadon’s 149 with six wickets intact. All four wickets to fall went to spinner James Massheder (4-38).

Yeadon’s innings was again dominated by the experienced Damon Gormley. He battled hard for an unbeaten 71 as Ossett skipper Dan Busfield took 5-47.

Pudsey Congs continued their recent good form with a 29-run win over Baildon. Barney Gibson (73), Jonathan Donnelly (57no) and Vikram Sharma (38) helped Congs to make 263-9 despite spinner Simon Bailey taking 5-41.

Baildon’s reply was led by Hamzah Iqbal (66), Chris Reynolds (45) and Blair Oakley (38). But they fell short of their target when they were dismissed for 234. The wickets were shared by three bowlers, Jamie Allen (4-42), Mushy Rafique (3-22) and spinner Sam Wisniewski (3-19).

Hunslet Nelson boosted their chances of avoiding relegation with a 16-run victory over Batley. Opener Mohammed Iqbal (78) top scored as Nelson made 161 before bowling out Batley for 145.

Naveed Zamurad (4-35) and Musa Ahmed (3-49) were the best of the Batley bowlers while Tariq Hussain (41) top scored in their reply as Alex Rose took 4-43 and Danny Cross 3-39.