IN the Dales Council League's A Division, Halifax Direct bowled out Bradford Moor for 120 (Shebaz Ahmed 4-15) and then replied with 122-3 (Asad Rashid 62) for maximum points to stay joint top.

Leeds Caribbean scored 203-9 (Hamid Bashir 47), before bowling out home team Thornbury for 151 (Mohammad Atta Bashir 4-34) to stay joint leaders.

Woodhouse made the top score of the season so far when making 314-6 (Abdullah Khan 128) and then dismissed One Stop for 137 (Zia Butt 4-17) to stay within a point of the leaders.

In the closest game of the day, skipper Matty Waller (85) top scored for Drighlington, who made 195-9, but it was opponents Cookridge who gained victory off the final ball of the last over to finish on 199-8 (Zhear Ahmed 49, Matty Waller 4-37).

Pudsey St Lawrence struggled to 71-9 against Savile Stars, who also found it a difficult pitch, scoring 73-8 in reply for victory.

In the B Division, Hasan Malik smashed 155 in 83 balls (23x4, 8x6) for Muff Field, who again claimed maximum points to stay top after bowling out Pudsey Congs for 167.

Mayfield bowled out Adel for 96 (Ansar Mahmood 5-11) before scoring 99-2 (Antony Moss 30) in reply to move second in the table.

Interlink dropped to fourth when being bowled out for 134 (Mark Peace 5-31) by Tong Park Esholt, who had made 284-5 (James Scott 55).

Thornbury B were bowled out for only 73 (Rameez Khan 6-6) but Haseeb Khan took 7-12 to castle Cookridge B for 38 to lift the visitors into third spot.

Shipley Providence made 169-7 (Prasanna Ravinchandran 57) but home team Baildon replied with 174-8 (Simon Bullock 53 not out) for victory, to keep Providence winless after the first two rounds.

In the C Division, Rodley made 172-7 after being asked to bat, before bowling out St Chads B for 84 (Andrew Keegan 5-13) to stay at the top.

Drighlington B made 240-9, with Mohammed Amin smashing 11 sixes and a four on his way to 78, before Cookridge C were bowled out for only 22 (Kashif Iqbal 5-11) to lift the visitors to joint top.

Morley reached 142 (Pradeep Singh Narwal 4-27) thanks to 83 from Matthew Fox, before hosts St Chads replied with 146-9 (Oliver Burdass 4-45) for a narrow victory.

Finally, Baildon B made 151-8 after batting first and then bowled out Mayfield B for 91 to move within two points of the leaders.