PREMIER Division champions Thornton completed their undefeated season in style, winning by 10 wickets at Bradshaw in the ENCO Halifax League.

Ross Parr (6-34) was instrumental in bowling Bradshaw out for 94, before Grant Soames (61 not out) and Jordan Croft (30no) sealed the win at 96-0.

Blackley bowed out of the division after scoring only 141 at Lindley Road against Oxenhope.

However, they did come within a wicket of winning the match, as a reply of 142-8 disguises the fact that Oxenhope only had ten men.

After taking two scalps with the Oxenhope score on 139, Blackley had the chance to claim that last wicket, but it was not to be.

The main features of the innings were Lewis Hopkinson’s 41 and Jonathan Stenson’s 5-42.

The tightest finish of the day came in the First Division, where champions Warley lost at Low Moor Holy Trinity by one run.

The home team batted first, with Mark Stokes (44) top-scoring in their total of 146, Milton Greenwood’s 5-59 taking his total league wickets for the season to 59.

In reply, at 106-8, Trinity were in the driving seat but Warley skipper James Whitworth (21) pushed the score to 137-8, only to see Stokes (2-4) claim his wicket and that of the last man, with Warley finishing on 145 all out.

Trinity finished fourth in the table – just a win away from second spot.

The two relegated teams both left the division with compensating wins.

In a very low-scoring affair at Clayton, Mount could only manage 73 as Matthew Roe (4-6) and Will Garside (4-28) were in the wickets.

Surprisingly that total proved 17 too many for Clayton as they could manage only a meagre 56, with Ismail Mayat taking 6-26.

Meanwhile, rock-bottom Southowram beat Greetland by five wickets.

The partying Shelf Northowram Hedge Top club were clearly still enjoying their various successes of the season as their promoted first XI lost at home to third-placed Great Horton Park Chapel by three wickets.

Hedge Top scored 147, with Horton responding with 148-7.

Upper Hopton won the Second Division championship on the final day of the season, snatching the silverware by eight points from Augustinians, who surprisingly lost at home to Sowerby St Peter’s.

Hopton’s Harry Scott (68no), Harvey Lockwood (68) and Thomas Wightman (60) ensured a formidable target of 240-6 for Old Town to chase.

The Hebden Bridge team could only manage 129 to start the celebrations at Jackroyd Lane.

At Queensbury, runs flowed to the tune of 511 as the home team just shaded Oakworth.

The visitors batted first and posted 255-8, with Jake Keslinke (96), Joel Gallagher (78no) and Bradley Powell (42) setting the tone as Darren Jack took 4-45.

Queensbury were indebted to a career-best 163 not out from Oliver Challis, his runs coming in only 103 balls and containing 11 fours and 10 sixes.

That score formed the majority of the reply as Queensbury won with 13 balls to spare at 256-6.

Andy Stokes (56) top-scored in an Outlane total of 189 in their home match against Cullingworth.

The unluckiest batter of the day in the reply from the visitors was opener Michael Dennison, who was left stranded on 99 not out when a winning 191-3 was reached.

He and Thomas Harrison (66), sharing a 134-run second-wicket partnership, sealed the win.