CLECKHEATON slipped deeper into trouble in the Bradford Premier League Premier Division, as they were crushed by high-flying Townville and relegation rivals Hanging Heaton thrashed Ossett.

Those results mean Cleckheaton are now 24 points from safety with only five games remaining.

Openers Abdul Wahid and Jonny Booth both hit centuries in a first-wicket stand of 231 as third-place Townville romped to a 169-run win over Cleck.

Wahid struck six sixes and 15 fours while making 127 while Jonny Booth batted throughout the innings for 117 not out, hitting three sixes and 11 fours.

Harry Warwick (48) added late runs to boost the score to 332-4.

Cleckheaton never looked like threatening their DLS target of 295 from 42 overs, as they were bowled out for 125, with spinner Harry Clewett taking 7-34.

Ben Kohler-Cadmore hit a sparkling 161 as Hanging Heaton eased their relegation worries with an emphatic 158-run win over Ossett.

Kohler-Cadmore's mammoth innings helped his side to a total of 337, and with Ossett set a Duckworth Lewis Stern target of 313 from 44 overs, they fell well short, bowled out for 164.

Bankfoot are not safe yet, and they lost by six wickets to leaders New Farnley.

New Farnley chased down a DLS target of 156 from 34 overs to win with 8.2 overs to spare.

Bankfoot, who were put in to bat in a match initially reduced to 44 overs per side by rain, were bowled out for 177.

Jawad Waheed (38) was their top scorer, but it was the league leaders who triumphed, as they picked up a maximum 20 points to extend their lead over Woodlands to 19 points with five games to play.

Woodlands did win at the weekend at least, picking up their 14th victory of the season as they defeated bottom team Batley by 40 runs.

Tim Jackson (43), Brad Schmulian (41) and Elliot Richardson (35) enabled Woodlands to make 195.

Rain resulted in Batley being set a DLS target of 173 from 35 overs and they were bowled out for 132. Richardson, coming on as a second change bowler, took 4-45.

Farsley recorded an emphatic 10-wicket win at Wagon Lane over a disappointing Bradford & Bingley.

The mid-table home side were dismissed for just 110, with opener Jacob Slator batting throughout the innings for 39 not out.

Farsley had no trouble achieving their DLS target of 87 from 33 overs.

Meanwhile, Methley had a comfortable seven-wicket win over Pudsey St Lawrence.

It would take a monumental collapse from here for Jer Lane not to win Division One, but they finally lost their first game of the season on Saturday, going down to an 86-run defeat at fourth-placed Undercliffe.

Jer lane, set a DLS target of 202 from 44 overs, were bowled out for only 115, as Undercliffe spinner Jude Roberts took fine figures of 5-28.

Undercliffe had made 207-7 in their innings, with Byron Boshoff (65) and Nick Smith (42) leading the way.

Ibrar Younis (3-58) was the best of the Jer Lane bowlers.

Second-placed Carlton recorded a four-wicket victory at home to Gomersal, while the side in third Pudsey Congs, won by six wickets against Morley.

Ross Monaghan showed just why he was promoted to East Bierley’s first team by producing a fine all-round performance away to Keighley.

First, he took 5-35, as the hosts were dismissed for 156, and he followed that up by scoring 56 not out to guide his side to a three-wicket victory.

Overseas player Nisar Ahmad (3-80) and Monaghan helped their side to bowl out Keighley cheaply, a total which featured 44 from Ben Hemsley and 38 from Adam Smith.

Thanks to Monaghan, East Bierley recovered from a poor start to win the game despite the efforts of James Massheder (3-37) and Noah McFadyen (3-53).

Dwayne Heke (53no) and James Ford (48) enabled Baildon to achieve their DLS target of 176 from 45 overs to defeat Birstall by seven wickets.

They ensured that their side capitalised on the earlier work of Umar Zahoor (3-42) and Abdullah Khan (3-44) as Birstall were dismissed for 184.

Finally, East Ardsley kept alive their hopes of avoiding relegation with a 34-run win over bottom side Wrenthorpe.

Sandal regained the leadership of Division Two by defeating Yeadon by five wickets and replacing them at the summit.

Lightcliffe, in third, had a comfortable 59-run win at Gipsy Lane against Hunslet Nelson.

Jonathan Burston (57) and Amer Ayoub (59) shared a third wicket partnership of 105 as Buttershaw St Paul’s cruised to a fine seven-wicket win over fourth-placed Hopton Mills, after being set a DLS target of 162 in 31 overs.

Hopton Mills made 183, as Zafar Jadoon (5-59) and Ayoub (3-62) led the St Paul’s bowling effort.

Crossflatts climbed out for the relegation places after securing a much-needed 12-run win over Bowling Old Lane.

Wasim Hussain (4-41) played a significant role in their success as Old Lane were bowled out for 140 chasing a DLS target of 153 from 36 overs.

Farhan Hussain (38) top scored for Old Lane, while Dominic Bennett (39) and Jim O’Hara (30) helped Crossflatts to make 167 when they batted first.

Ahsan Alishan (4-47) and Gurdev Singh (3-28) were the pick of the Old Lane bowlers.

Northowram Fields added to Great Preston’s relegation woes by inflicting a 141-run defeat on them, but Hartshead Moor continued their climb towards safety with a 138-run win over rock-bottom Wakefield St Michael's.

Division Three leaders Liversedge made it 15 wins from 16 games as they recorded a 49-run victory over Gildersome & Farnley Hill.

Their match winners were Bryson Nicholls (5-55) and Parvaise Khan (4-59), who bowled out the visitors for 154 when they were chasing a DLS target of 204 in 45 overs.

Liversedge made 216-9 in their innings thanks to Shoaib Rehman (76), Matthew Gibson (33) and Imran Dawood (31).

Second-placed Scholes bowled out East Leeds for 121 to set up a seven-wicket win.

Heckmondwike & Carlinghow bowled out Adwalton for 183 to earn themselves a three-wicket win.

Crossbank Methodists were bowled out for 87, as opponents Altofts romped to a 10-wicket win.

Waqar Ilyas (54) helped Brighouse achieve their DLS target of 130 to record a three-wicket win.

Sultan Mahmood (5-36) was the pick of the Brighouse bowlers, as Rodley could only make 154 batting first.

Finally, Windhill & Daisy Hill were castled for just 94 as Spen Victoria completed a 104-run win.

Windhill's star bowlers were Usman Maroof (5-61) and Shoaib Iqbal (4-44) .