THE top two in A Division of the Dales Council League found things surprisingly tough.

Leaders Leeds Sikh were dismissed for 63 at Broad Lane (Sajid Mahmood 5-31) by third from bottom Bradford Moor, who went on to win by six wickets.

Woodhouse made 181 at Meanwood Road and then dismissed second-placed Thornbury for 81.

New front-runners Crompark bucked the trend at Tong, making an impressive 329 in 37 overs before dismissing Farnley Hill for 144.

Leeds Caribbean are up to second after a seven-wicket victory over Halifax Direct at the Karmand Centre.

Naveed Anwar took 5-36 as the hosts were dismissed for only 93, while Cookridge made it two wins in a row after a four-wicket triumph over New Wortley at Smithy Lane.

Rameez Khan's unbeaten 70 propelled New Wortley to 164 but it was not enough.

It was also all change in B Division as leaders Pudsey Congs were skittled for 50 at Fulneck (Matthew Waller 7-13), Drighlington winning by nine wickets.

Unbeaten Savile Stars are now setting the pace after making 194 at Sands Lane (Abdullah Alikzoi 72, Saghir Ahmed 54, Tawquir Ahmed 5-38) before castling Baildon for 80.

There was a low-scoring match at Clariant, with Farsley making a modest 129, but Adel could only reply with 72.

Leeds Sikh B got back to winning ways by bowling out Pudsey St Lawrence for 107 at Gledhow after making 144, while Thornbury B's 143 (Oliver Goor 5-35) was good enough at Daleside Road, struggling Morley then being sent back to the pavilion for only 88.

The closest finish of the day and the highest score both came in C Division.

Leeds Caribbean B were involved in a thriller at Scott Hall Oval, scoring 183-7 (Waqar Ahmed 56no) before holding leaders St Chads Broomfield to 182-9 to win by one run.

Highest score of the day came at Station Road, where Bhaven Mistry blasted 190 in only 83 balls, including 18 fours and 13 sixes, for Drighlington B.

Naweed Ur Rehman's 53-ball fifty also helped them to 337, with Lewis Carden then taking 7-33 to help dismiss Tong Park Esholt for 147.

At Bedquilts, Halifax Direct B made another big total of 295-8 (Tanvir Afzal 78, Ansar Mehmood 71) before holding Cookridge C to 122-8.

Meanwhile, at Sandal School, Cookridge B scored 170-7 (Kyle Fenton 52no) before sending Baildon B back for 99 to stay second.