IN Division A of the Dales Council League, Bradford Moor were bowled out for 121 (Zia Butt 5-20) at Meanwood by leaders Woodhouse, who replied with 124-3 (Abdullah Khan 52 not out) to gain full points.

Leeds Sikh travelled to Daleside Road and posted 229-9 before bowling out Thornbury for 203 to leap frog Halifax Direct, who were on a bye week, and take second place in the table.

The closest finish of the day came at Station Road. Hosts Drighlington made 225-8 against Cookridge, who scored the winning runs off the penultimate ball of the game, with the last pair at the wicket, to finish on 226-9 (Zhear Ahmed 67) for a welcome victory.

Meanwhile Leeds Caribbean skittled Crompark for 64 at the Scott Hall Oval and then replied with 69-0 to move into fourth place.

The bottom two clubs met at Mayfield Terrace, where home side Mayfield were hustled out for only 70 by Savile Stars, who replied with 71-2 for a comfortable victory.

In Division B, leaders One Stop scored 157 at Low Springs and then dismissed Tong Park Esholt for 111 with Rafaqat Mehmood taking 5-17.

At Smithy Lane, second placed Pudsey St Lawrence bowled out Cookridge B for 119 (Ricky Priestley 4-22) and then replied with 120-4 to stay second.

Third placed Thornbury B held Adel to 136-8 at Church Lane before replying with 139-5 thanks to an unbeaten 98 from last week’s hero Hamza Rana.

Leeds Sikh B had to concede their home game to Muff Field due to shortage of players.

Meanwhile, Tawseef Ahmed scored 103 in Baildon’s total of 228-5 at Fulneck before Pudsey Congs were held to 105-9 (Daltrey Hullah 51no, Josh Capper 4-35).

Finally, in Division C, Baildon B had to concede their home fixture to Drighlington B due to ground unavailability.

At Sunnybank, Muff Field scored 116 (Sachin Jandu 5-27) and then bowled out St Chads Broomfield for 79 thanks to 7-27 from Mohammed Usman.

At Salts Sports, second placed Shipley Providence bowled out Mayfield B for 78 and then replied with 80-1 to overtake Interlink, who were on a bye week.

Morley also suffered from a player shortage and subsequently had to concede their game to Rodley.