THE trend has continued for divisional leaders in the Dales Council League.

Thornbury were knocked off top spot in A Division when they were bowled out for only 109 (Sajid Mahmood 6-48) at Laisterdyke by Bradford Moor, who replied with 110-7.

Crompark made the highest total of the day at Gledhow, scoring 280 (Intizar Mahmood 57, Manish Parimoo 7-66) before bowling out Leeds Sikh for 149 (David Musoke 61), with Mahmood adding 5-26 to his runs to keep Crompark at the top.

At Karmand, Halifax Direct held Farnley Hill to 166-7 (Ryan Hoey 59) before replying with 169-7 to stay third.

Leeds Caribbean lost ground on the leaders when they were bowled out for 174 (Wesley Bell 61, Abid Hussain 59) by New Wortley at Roundhay Oval, who replied with 175-9 (Faisal Abid 69).

However, Cookridge got back to winning ways at Smithy Lane when, after making 233-7 (Waqas Ali 75, Neil Bonnington 62), they bowled out Woodhouse for 143.  

B Division leaders Savile Stars batted first at Clariant and made 175 before dismissing Farsley for 114 to keep their 40-point cushion.

Drighlington stay second when, after bowling out Pudsey St Lawrence for 129 (Allan Mitchell 5-41) at Station Road, they replied with 132-3 (Josh Sturgess 50no).

At Daleside Road, Thornbury B stayed third after castling Leeds Sikh B for only 66 (Hussain Khan 5-35) in a six-wicket win.

Roshan Patel starred for Morley at Church Lane, taking 5-4 in 3.2 overs to send Adel back for 125 and then scoring an unbeaten 78 out of the reply of 126-4.

At Fulneck, Pudsey Congs' poor run continued when they were bowled out for only 105 by Baildon, who replied with 106-2.    

Top score in C Division was by leaders Leeds Caribbean, who made 223-9 (Waqar Ahmed 68, Harvinder Singh 50) at Scott Hall Oval and then bowled out Cookridge C for only 89.

St Chads stay second after scoring 121 at Meanwood and dismissing Cookridge B for 106.

At Station Road, Drighlington B bowled Baildon B out for only 75 (Tasif Iqbal 5-38) before replying with 76-1 to stay third.

Shipley Providence made 159 (Jamie Denison 53) at Salts before Tong Park Esholt gained revenge for their previous defeat, replying with 163-5 (Simon Hogan 73).