IN Division B of the Dales Council League, there were a couple of low-scoring thrillers involving Bradford sides.

At Sandal School, visitors Muff Field decided to bat and were bowled out for 89 (Lucas Shaw 3-14, Ben Grimmitt 3-19) by Baildon.

The hosts seemed to be in a good position at 57-4, before collapsing to 80 all out (Danny Hunt 38), with Alex Pearson (4-18), Frank Powell (3-23) and James Fallon (3-23) the wicket takers for Muff Field.

At Salts Sports, Shipley Providence were bowled out for 93 (Martin Cuthbertson 5-11) after being put in to bat by Tong Park Esholt.

But that proved to be enough. Tong Park also found it difficult when batting and could only manage 79 in reply.

At Smithy Lane, Cookridge B were held to 139-8 (Yasin Ibrahim 4-34) after being asked to bat by leaders Interlink, who replied with 142-3 (Irfan Jamadar 78no) in only 25.3 overs for victory.

Adel decided to bat at Church Lane but were bowled out for only 59 by Thornbury B, whose reply of 63-1 for victory took just 11.1 overs.

No play was possible in the Mayfield v Pudsey Congs game due to a waterlogged pitch.

In Division A, in a 25 overs per side game at the Scott Hall Oval, Cookridge batted first and made 100-8 (Zhear Ahmed 45, Mubtada Akhtar 3-17, Haroon Rashid 3-41), before leaders Leeds Caribbean replied with 102-3 for victory.

At Low Springs, One Stop were bowled out for 136 by Drighlington, who replied with 140-1, with opener Richard Whitehurst (pictured above) making a stunning unbeaten 100 to help his team to victory and move them up to mid table.

No play was possible in the other three fixtures in the division.

In Division C, only one game was possible due to the weather.

That took place at Richmond House School, where Baildon B elected to bat and scored 150-7 declared, with Tom Dixon (54) and George Birrs (36) leading the way.

In the St Chad’s Broomfield B reply of 74 all out, they lost their last five wickets for only four runs, with 6-13 from Josh Capper doing the damage.