Carlton rounded off their Championship Two title-winning campaign with an emphatic nine-wicket victory over Bowling Old Lane.

Dominican batsman Kershaski John Lewis ended his first Bradford Premier League campaign with 959 runs after making an unbeaten 36 after Carlton bowled out their visitors for 83.

Left-armer Jonathan Rudge took 4-38 as Bowling Old Lane were dismissed cheaply when they batted first.

Second-placed Birstall bowled out Hunslet Nelson for 47 as they secured a comfortable 103-run win. Saif ur-Rehman (5-26) and James Russell (3-9) did the damage,

Opener Eric Austin (41) and skipper Nick Kaye (30) helped Birstall to 150 despite the efforts of Danny Cross (3-34) and Will Stiff (3-37).

Altofts will be relegated along with Liversedge and Adwalton after suffering an eight-wicket defeat against Northowram Fields.

Hammy Shahzad impressed with 6-30 as Altofts were skittled out for 91. Skipper Dru Patel’s unbeaten 43 saw Northowram Fields safely to their target.

Jer Lane’s overseas fast bowler Hazrat Shah took a stunning 7-7 as his side bowled out Adwalton to secure a 74-run win. Amjid Khan picked up the remaining three wickets at a cost of 34 runs.

Ghulam Hussain (5-15) and Will Cutt (3-13) had combined earlier to restrict Jer Lane to 155. Khan was the top scorer with 34 not out.

Spen Victoria clinched fourth place after defeating bottom team Liversedge by 57 runs. Abid Awain impressed with 6-31 as Spen bowled out their rivals for 116.

Opener Sam Gatenby (57) and Liam Grant (32) led the way for Spen against a bowling attack led by Will Atkin (3-30) and Dave Winn (3-32).

East Ardsley secured fifth place after defeating Jack Hampshire Cup winners Yeadon by 60 runs. Peter Bowles took 4-27 as they dismissed Yeadon for 114, Sarmad Hammed (45) and Tom Lindsay (35) top scoring.

Louie Hurley’s knock of 70 helped East Ardsley to 174-7 when they batted first. The pick of the bowlers was James Massheder with 3-45.

Michael Carroll (6-59) and Ashley Mackereth (4-40) impressed as Hopton Mills bowled out Buttershaw St Paul’s for 101 before easing to an eight-wicket win. Chris Scott was unbeaten on 46 when they reached their target.