JONNY Thompson must be in the frame for the tag of leading all-rounder in Mewies Solicitors Craven League Division One.

There was no doubt that he was man of the match as Hepworth & Idle beat Sutton by 54 runs at Westfield Lane.

The hosts were 38-4 after winning the toss and opting to bat but then Thompson held centre stage, making an unbeaten 64, including eight fours and a six, and adding 108 for the fifth wicket with skipper Chris Mitchell (57) as they recovered to 175-7.

Sutton then limped to 121-9 in reply, with Thompson taking 6-26 and Owen Price 2-15.

Likewise, Wilsden never threatened Haworth’s 224-7 (Ben Mitchell 3-57).

Wilsden could only total 128-6, but Sam Mitchell made it a good day for the father (Chris) and his two sons by hitting 55 not out, finding a good ally in Doug Richardson (24no).

The top-of-the-table clash between Oakworth and Bingley Congs was one of three games in the division not to start.

Bragging rights were to the fore at Beckfoot Lane in Division Two where old rivals Bingley Congs II and Eldwick & Gilstead squared up.

The visitors were in the mood, scoring 202-8, courtesy of Oliver Hall (21), Jacob Roach (44), Stephen Timperley (67) and Daniel Kilvington (30), with Hall and Roach adding 49 for the first wicket and Timperley and Kilvington 56 for the third.

Congs skipper Jonny Teale took 4-51 and Michael Baines bagged 2-27.

The home side were then bowled out for 93, with Andrew Copping stepping up from the third team to make 30, although Jamie Teale (12), Towhid Ali (17) and Jonny Teale (10) were the only others to reach double figures.

The deadly Matthew Rogers took 5-10 and Ajeet Singh 3-27.

Bradford & Bingley III were rained off at Airedale.

In Division Four, Bradley triumphed by six wickets at Hepworth & Idle III, whose No 10 Jonny Jenkins (11no) was the only player to make double figures in their innings of 61.

Bingley Congs III conceded to Glusburn II.