IT'S all change at the top of the Dales Council League's A Division.

Thornbury are up to second after defeating Crompark by 26 runs at Daleside Road, with the scores being 228 and 202.

Leeds Sikh (113-6) are the new leaders after a four-wicket victory against bottom club Farnley Hill (109) at Gledhow, but former front-runners Leeds Caribbean are now fourth.

They dismissed Woodhouse for 96 at the Scott Hall Oval, but could only manage 95 in reply.

Halifax Direct made 180 (Farhan Ali 51) at Roundhay but made it successive away defeats when New Wortley recovered from 110–8 to win by one wicket.

Meanwhile, Cookridge are off the mark, making 132 (Murtaza Abbas 5-20) at Broad Lane before bowling out Bradford Moor for 75 (Colin Oates 5-47).

In B Division, Pudsey Congs held onto the leadership, despite being involved in a rain-affected draw at Fulneck.

Farsley scored 176-4 declared in 40 overs, and Congs replied with 129-8 off 30 overs when the heavens opened.

Savile Stars were in tune in a 35 overs-per-side game at Leeds Road, making 228-6 (Bilawal Safraz 59) before Mohammed Sarfaraz took 7-25 to dismiss Morley for 98 and narrow the gap at the top to five points.

Drighlington overcame the handicap of losing opener Aidan Dunne with a serious knee injury to defeat Leeds Sikh B by 54 runs.

Drig made an impressive 193-3 (Allan Mitchell 65) off their 25 overs, Leeds Sikh B replying with 139-5 to lose by 54 runs.

At Church Lane, it was 31 overs per side, but home side Adel struggled to 99-8, Thornbury B also finding it hard going before winning by two wickets with 103-8 in 27.3 overs.

At Sandal School, Pudsey St Lawrence were 31-0 in five overs against Baildon when the game was abandoned due to rain.

Baildon B got a full game in in the C Division at Meanwood Road, making 168-9 off their 45 overs but St Chads Broomfield took only 24.5 overs top reach their target, and without losing a wicket, to go top of the table.

At Smithy Lane in a derby, Cookridge B made 175-7 declared in 39 overs before bowling out Cookridge C for 117 (Kyle Fenton 5-30) to move up to second.

Halifax Direct B scored 177-9 declared (Tanvir Afzal 58) in 36.4 overs at the Karmand Centre before bowling out Tong Park Esholt for 146 (Simon Hogan 51).

The highest-scoring match was at Salts, where Drighlington B made 226-7, hosts Shipley Providence replying with 229-5 to get off the mark for the season.