DALES Council League A Division leaders Thornbury were knocked off top spot at Broad Lane.

They made 141 (Mohammed Amin 5-36), which Bradford Moor overhauled for the loss of five wickets (Owais Khan 67) to climb to fifth in the table.

Crompark are the new leaders after scoring 206-6 at Gledhow before dismissing Leeds Sikh for 189 (Harpal Ryatt 57).

Leeds Caribbean's poor form continued as they made the division’s low score of 58 (Hashim Khan 5-24, Muhammad Sanaullah 5-34) at the Roundhay Oval, hosts New Wortley also finding it hard going, losing five wickets before reaching their target.

Mick O'Halleron scored 63 and took 6-27 for Farnley Hill but still finished on the losing side.

Rian Hoey made an unbeaten 59 in Hill's 195-5 at the Karmand Centre, but Halifax Direct replied with 197-8  (Munawar Chariwala 74).

Meanwhile at Smithy Lane, Cookridge dropped back into the relegation zone after making only 89 against Woodhouse, who won by six wickets (Tahir Iqbal 54no).

B Division leaders Savile Stars kept their unbeaten tag at Clariant, despite only totalling 127 (Abdullah Alikzoi 63).

Farsley were then rolled over for only 51, thanks to 5-9 from skipper Shakil Khan and 5-26 from Nazam Arif.

The closest game of the day came at Station Road, where Drighlington made 232 (Alan Mitchell 58), Pudsey St Lawrence replying with 226-7 (Vinnie Schumacher 85).

At Fulneck, Baildon made 158-6 (Ashley Free 53no), Pudsey Congs making 159-7 (Ross Kettlewell 72no, Will Heard 5-34) to stay second.

At Daleside Road, Leeds Sikh B were bowled out for 145 (Parneet Singh Gill 58) by Thornbury B, who replied with 146-3 (Hamza Rana 55) to stay third.

Meanwhile, Adel finally got off the mark when after scoring 197 (Malik Noon 85) at Church Lane, bottom side Morley being dismissed for 86 (Kanhu Charan Pattnayak 6-14).

With C Division leaders Halifax Direct B having a bye, Caribbean B took over at the top after being put in by Cookridge C and racking up 261-9 (Ubaid Zia 63, Waqar Ahmed 51) before dismissing the hosts for only 93 (Waqar Ahmed 5-19).

St Chads are up to second after castling Cookridge for 86 at Meanwood Road on the way to a nine-wicket victory.

Meanwhile at Sandal, Drighlington B continued their push for promotion by dismissing Baildon B for 82 before replying with 85-5 (Ashfaq Sheikh 53).