BRADFORD'S Chris Mordue was runner-up in the £5,300 Brighouse Classic, sponsored by Damart.

He fell 21-7 in the final to Preston's Simon Coupe, a multiple Waterloo Open winner and 2017 England No 1.

Coupe played superbly throughout the evening but only just managed to overcome Stuart King (Bradford) 21-19 in his semi-final.

Results – Last 16: Callum Wraight (Shrewsbury) 21 Tom Gasson (Hove Edge) 2, Andy Mitchell (Thornhill) 20 Ben Stapleton (Rochdale) 21, Greg Smith (Birmingham) 15 Tommy Johnstone (Poynton) 21, Chris Mordue (Bradford) 21 Wayne Ditchfield (Eccleston) 10, Elliot McGuinness (Birmingham) 21 Gerald Merry (Tarporley) 5, Ashley Daykin (Huddersfield) 10 Stuart King (Bradford) 21, Stuart Mort (Preston) 21 Jonny Wood (Crossgates) 14, Carl Fielding (Birmingham) 8 Simon Coupe (Preston) 21. Quarter-finals; Wraight 20 Stapleton 21, Johnstone 12 Mordue 21, McGuinness 19 King 21, Mort 13 Coupe 21. Semi-finals; Stapleton 19 Mordue 21, King 19 Coupe 21. Final: Mordue 7 Coupe 21.

Eccleshill Bowling Club are re-staging the Harry Wise Trophy on Sunday (10am).

The event, which was postponed on July 29 (due to flooding) is open to Airedale & Wharfedale Saturday or Monday leagues' Third and Fourth Division players.

Initial entries: Dave Stretch (Grove Hill), Nick Beswick (Farsley), Peter Scott (Farsley), Ian Swinfield (Farsley), Derek Pickering (Farsley), Nigel Peel (Farsley), Dave Turner (Idle), Trevor Turner (Idle), Judith Turner (Idle), Colin Richardson (Idle), Roy Barlow (Idle), Pam Barlow (Idle), Anne Mackman (Bramhope), Garry Nellist (Eccleshill), Pam Nellist (Eccleshill), Diane Emery (Eccleshill),

Andrew Magooligan (Eccleshill), John Griffin (Eccleshill), Andy Hill (Eccleshill), David Poucher (Burley-in-Wharfedale), Richard Kellett (Burley-in-Wharfedale), Maureen Adams (Baildon), Bernie Connor (Ilkley), Mark Holden (Ilkley), Pauline Gilroy (Eccleshill), Steve Cochrane (Wayside), Clive Swan (Ilkley), Alex Watson (Ilkley), Barry Wild (Ilkley).

Gary Whelan (07843 676956 or has put out a last call for teams to enter the Guiseley Floodlit Four-Person Winter League, which starts on Monday and runs until November 15.

Chosen nights can be Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, which are both now full, (6.30pm or 8pm), and a maximum of eight teams per night are allowed.

The ideal would be four groups of eight teams, with Group A on Mondays, Group B on Tuesdays, Group C on Wednesdays and Group D on Thursdays, with seven matches overall per team.

Finals week will start on Monday, November 19 and entry fee is £50 per team, with a maximum of eight bowlers to be registered.

There are cash prizes for the overall winners, runners-up, semi-finalists and group winners.

The first qualifying round for the Gibbs & Dandy Farsley Winter Pairs begins on Saturday, October 6, with other qualifying dates on Sunday, October 7 and the weekends of October 13-14, 20-21 and 27-28, with the finals on Sunday, November 4.

Entry fee is £20, all sessions start at 11am and prize-money is £2,560, with £800 going to the winners, £400 to the runners-up, £200 to the losing semi-finalists and £100 to the losing quarter-finalists, with those being beaten in the last 16 getting £70.

Contact Ian Swinfield (07850-307536) for further information.