YOUSAF Iqbal stole the limelight for Hepworth & Idle II’s in the Craven League.

In a Division Three match at home to Oakworth II, he took 5-17, including the rare feat of four wickets in four balls.

He was the sixth bowler used by the Westfield Laners, Daniel Moore chipping in with 3-28 as they won by 26 runs.

Hepworth & Idle won the toss and made 209-8, which was largely down to Micheal Newell (70), although Chris Hawksworth (39) and Mohammed Abdullah (24no) also contributed.

Oakworth II replied with 183-9.

Wilsden II received a walkover from Denholme II.

George Hicks has continued his wonderful start to the season with the bat, hitting a second successive ton for joint leaders Bingley Congs in Division One.

He made exactly 100, cracking 14 fours and a six in 105 balls, as Congs racked up 222-7 against Gargrave after winning the toss.

Fellow opener Johandre Barnard made 25 but the contribution of pace bowler Matt Roberts (28no) should not be overlooked, although Hicks added 53 for the second wicket with Chris Dibb (17) and 52 for the fifth with skipper Charlie Raistrick (18).

Pace bowler Harry Greenhalgh suffered a side strain in his fourth over, but Gargrave were still dismissed for 82, with that man Roberts taking 7-35.

Meanwhile, Haworth Road Meths are off the mark, winning by 23 runs at Wilsden.

Meths made 135, with skipper Andy Gudgeon (32no) making vital runs down the order after keeper Fahim Khan had scored 30.

Sam Mitchell (3-41) was, as usual, Wilsden’s go-to bowler, but they could only reply with 112, with gloveman Gareth Wright 45 not out, Matthew Darcy-Brain having made 24.

Tom Kaznowski (3-16) and Mohammed Sajjad (6-16) did the damage for Meths.

Hepworth & Idle were given short shrift by Oakworth at Wide Lane, struggling to 128-9, with captain Simon Raistrick making 54 and keeper Jack Bedford 25.

Oakworth won by 10 wickets at the end of the 21st over.

Jonny Teale was Bingley Congs II’s leading light with the ball in Division Two, taking 4-54 as their sixth bowler at Beckfoot Lane as joint leaders Glusburn made 252-7.

Tony Teale (28), skipper Jimmy Dennison (20) and Townhid Ali (20) did best in Congs II’s reply of 117.

Bradford & Bingley III’s batting also failed at home to Skipton CI II.

The Wagon Laners were castled for 79, Farhan Khalid scoring 23.

Earlier CI had made 122, with Khalid taking 3-31 and Daanyal Khan 2-30.

Eldwick & Gilstead had a comfortable afternoon at Silsden, dismissing the Cobbydalers for 97, an innings that included five ducks.

Ajeet Singh (4-45) and Jordan Bayliss (4-3) were the destroyers in chief before the twin villages won by eight wickets, Pat Carberry making 38 and Matthew Sharp 35 not out.