TWO Dales Council League sides failed to reach 30 as the wet weather made for bowler-friendly conditions.

Farnley Hill, who are bottom of A Division, were skittled for only 23 (Hammad Khan 6-5) by Crompark in pursuit of 237 (Shava Khan 40, Intizar Mahmood 37, Dave Farrell 5-61).

Meanwhile in B Division, leaders Savile Stars, who had made 184 at Sandal chiefly courtesy of their top four (Owais Patel 68, Jawid Patel 39, Saeed Mohammed 34, Bilawal Safraz 21) castled Baildon for only 27 (Shakil Khan 5-6, Aqeel Ahmed 5-18).

In A Division, Caribbean could only manage 64 at home to leaders Halifax Direct, who also struggled, losing seven wickets in reaching the target.

At Gledhow, Leeds Sikh made it four straight wins.

They scored 206-9 (Murtaza Ali Abbas 5-52) before Shahzad Mehmood took 7-26 to castle Bradford Moor for 61.

Things were closer at Daleside Road, where Woodhouse made 178, Thornbury then being dismissed for 148 (Imran Maqsood 6-37) to suffer their fourth successive defeat.

At the Roundhay Oval, New Wortley lifted themselves 20 points clear of relegation after winning by three wickets against Cookridge.

Cookridge made 120, New Wortley replying with 121-7, thanks to 64 from Mohammed Saeed Mirza.

In B Division, second-placed Drighlington had first knock at Station Road, Alan Mitchell (53) leading the way in their 170-9 before Pudsey Congs were bowled out for 138.

Third-placed Thornbury B collected 18 points after Morley conceded due to player unavailability, while Leeds Sikh B only had ten men but triumphed at Fulneck.

The visitors made 208, with skipper Vajinder Singh scoring 85 and Himanshu Loomba 54 as Tom Moss took 5-65 before holding Pudsey St Lawrence to 181-8 (Gary Phillips 56).

There was a low-scoring match at Church Lane, with bottom club Adel only managing 95 before dismissing Farsley for 76.

The top two in C Division met at Meanwood Road, with leaders St Chads Broomfield scoring 196 before bowling out Caribbean B for 151.

Halifax Direct B, who are third, had Cookridge C back in the pavilion for 73 before making 77-3, while there were more runs at Low Springs.

Drighlington B scored 208-7 declared (Ross McHale 89, Zair Shah 60) in only 35.1 overs before bowling out Tong Park Esholt for 150.

Baildon B also had a player shortage and conceded to Cookridge B.