OAKWORTH missed their chance to jump into second place in Mewies Solicitors Craven League Division One after losing to leaders Barrowford by four wickets at Bull Holme.

The Wide Lane side were restricted to 112, with Jack Davison making 34 and Jordan Powell 27, which included a massive six onto the M65.

Barrowford slumped to 84-6 before being led to the winning post, with Davison (3-28) and Thomas Fothergill (3-47) taking all the wickets to fall.

Bingley Congs remain second, on runs per wicket, after seeing off Haworth by two wickets at Beckfoot Lane.

The Bronte side posted 172-7, with Peter Gower (59) and Dan Trowers (38) being the highest scorers as Harry Greenhalgh took 3-22.

Youngster Ben Hemsley (51) set the early pace before being bowled off his helmet, but it needed a belligerent 30 not out from Matt Roberts to get them to the spoils as Steve Bell claimed 3-47.

Deepal Dissanayake made a splendid 101 to help Haworth Road Meths to 275-5 at home to Sutton.

The Royd Hill side then closed on 155, with Sam Solley (45) and Rob Wilkinson (44) leading the way as three bowlers claimed three wickets apiece.

Denholme's Ryan Judson (6-28) helped Wilsden back to the hut for just 74, of which Ben Reynard made 26, and the Bradford Road side then cruised home by seven wickets.

Hepworth & Idle rattled up 191 at Crossflatts, with Joe Allatt (51) and Jamie Topham (46) leading the way as Tahir Mehmood took 5-37.

However, the Ryshworth Park side took only 33.4 overs to overtake their opponents for the loss of just three wickets, with Alex Bradbury (72no), Dominic Bennett (41) and Joe Greenwood (44no) scoring the majority of the runs.

Embsay's Wynn Cup euphoria came down with a bump as they lost by 31 runs at Ingrow.

The Hainworth side hit 206-9, with openers Jake Hoyle (62) and Mark Price (56) giving them a solid base to build on as Elliot Stockton claimed 5-49.

Mohsin Saghir made 69 and Phil Binner 47 as the Shires Laners replied with 175 as Hoyle took 4-51.

Division Two leaders Foulridge suffered their third defeat of the season – this time at Long Lee.

The Golden View side made 188-8, with Lee Humphreys (39) and Shahbaz Ahmed (37) top scoring.

The Noyna side replied with 157, Ahmad (3-37) and Mohammad Ishtiaq (3-44) doing most of the damage with the ball.

Cowling closed to one point of the top after beating Gargrave by six wickets at Skipton Road.

Josh Gill (3-13) and Shahid Hassan (3-20) helped the hosts back to the pavilion for 112, and Martyn Dalby (56) then saw his side to the spoils.

Cononley's Charles Calvert hit a superb 142 not out as his side reached 208-6 at Chatburn.

The Ribble Valley side replied with 182 as Cameron Knowles (5-29) and Tom Feather (4-45) shared the wickets.

Last season's champions Haworth Road Meths II went down by seven wickets at Airedale.

The Baildon Bottom side made 160, with Tom Rhodes (56) and Paul Rodwell (40) leading the way as Chris Gill took 3-30.

In the Bradford Road side's reply, Mathew Cox (82) and Trevor Cox (51) put on 123 for the second wicket, which set up the victory.

Glusburn ran into Bradford & Bingley III's Farhan Khalid, who took 7-25 as they were dismissed for 68.

The visitors then sauntered home by seven wickets.

Eldwick & Gilstead hung on to win by just nine runs at Sandy Lane.

The visitors made 116, with Mark Roach (26) top scoring as Attique Khan claimed 5-20.

IJordan Bayliss (7-35) then held sway as Sandy fell just short.

In Division Three, leaders Barrowford II encountered few difficulties in seeing off Oakworth II at Cure Hill.

The home side had skipper Michael Scarborough (47) to thank for their 101 but the Bull Holme won by eight wickets.

Five points behind are Riddlesden, who beat Bradley by seven wickets at Grange Road.

The Matthew Lane side were dismissed for 122, with David Hunt (36) top scoring, as Mohammed Qadeer took 4-51.

Akeel Rashid (43) then top scored for the hosts.

Bottom side Sutton, facing Thornton-in-Craven's 285-2 declared after 40 overs, were shot out for 68.

Bingley Congs II made 190-8 up at Haworth, thanks to Jamie Teale (48) and Rick Andrews (34) as skipper Neil Rollins took 4-55.

The West Lane side replied with 164, of which Rollins made 84 not out and 'Mr Extras' 24 as Asher Nutting (6-60) bowled well – it was his second six-wicket haul in as many weeks.

At Westfield Lane, Hepworth & Idle II had little answer to Crossflatts II's Charlotte Boulton (5-19) and Vijay Amirtharaj (4-18) as they were dismissed for 111, with James Bentley making 38.

The Ryshworth Park side galloped home by nine wickets in 19.2 overs, with Amirtharaj hitting 13 fours and two sixes in a 41-ball 68 not out.

Embsay II completed the double over Skipton CI at Shires Lane.

The hosts made 190-5, with George Maloney (49) and Rob Bateman (46) putting on 106 for the first wicket and under-15 George Arkwright making 34 not out.

The Sandylands side replied with 155, of which Will Shuttleworth contributed 47 and sundries 20 as Stephen Speak claimed 4-41.

Division Four leaders Chatburn II were in an uncharitable mood as they saw off Skipton CI II at Sandylands.

The hosts were dismissed for 88, and the Ribble Valley side strode home by 6 wickets led by Steve Tandy 33no.

Two points behind are Silsden, whose game with Airedale II was called off when the Keighley side conceded.

A further point behind are Foulridge II, who entertained Ingrow II and rattled up 214-6 before toppling the Hainworth side for 136.

Nine-man Wilsden made 44 at home to Bingley Congs III, and the Beckfoot Lane visitors lost just one wicket in achieving victory.

Long Lee II were dismissed for 84 on their visit to The Coliseum, with Cowling sauntering to an eight-wicket win, with Steve Dalby top-scoring with 38 not out.

Mark Paynter, with a stunning 134 not out, and Dale Mason (65) set Cononley II on their way to 252-2 in their derby with visitors Glusburn II.

The Park Field side replied with 112 as Noman Hassan (42) top scored and Matthew Hogg (3-23) and Paul Hogg (3-39) did the damage with the ball.

Oakworth III conceded to Denholme II, and Bradley II conceded to Gargrave II.