INTERLINK are champions of Bradford Mutual Sunday School League's Group A for the second time in three years.

They wrapped up the title with two weeks remaining thanks to a nine-wicket victory over Yorkshire LPS, who were four down without a run on the board after five overs!

They were eventually dismissed for  65, Ismail Adam taking 5-23. Irfan Jamadar then scored 51 not out in Interlink's 66-1. 

However, Interlink's crown only came about because Allerton beat Bradford Moor by 87 runs.

Allerton scored 289-9, with Tariq Rashid and Munir Hussain hitting 65 each, Abdul Hamid taking 5-51.

Moor were all out for 202 as Nazir Malik scored 59 and Asad Ali took 5-39.

Girlington remain third after scoring 198 and defeating Apperley Bridge by 59 runs.

Zahid Khaliq made 48 off as many balls and Manzar Naqvi 42 off 44 balls, with Hamid Khan taking 3-45.

Bridge were then all out for 139 in 30.5 overs, with Hassan Zeb scoring 45 off 46 balls and Zahid Khaliq taking 4-21.

Great Horton Church beat Bradford Gymkhana by 138 runs in a ten-a-side match.

Church scored 216-8 in 40 overs, with Asad Abaas scoring 67 and Mohammed Bilal 63. Gymkhana were then all out for 78 in 24.5 overs, Adnan Shafiq taking 3-16.

Omars beat struggling Hallfield by 97 runs after making 242, skipper Shamile Khan scoring 105 and Qamar Sadique 73. Sajid Mehmood took 5-56 and twice found himself on a hat-trick.

In reply, eight-man Hallfield were all out for 145, with Ghulam Rabanni hitting 40 and Chetan Patel taking 3-23.

Yorkshire Friends slipped into secolnd place in Group B after losing to Cambing by six wickets.

Friends were all out for 98 in 23.2 overs, Abdul Wahid taking 4-28, and Cambing made 100-4 from 23.3 overs.

Salem took advantage of Friends' defeat and have gone three points clear after beating Bradford Gymkhana by seven wickets.

Gymkhana were all out for 98, with Faizan taking 6-14, including a hat-trick, supported by Majid Khan, who took three wickets.

In reply, Salem scored 101-3, with Sabir Khan unbeaten on 54.

Girlington beat Hallfield by six wickets to move a step towards safety.

Hallfield were all out for 92 in 33 overs, with Hassan Mughal left stranded on 34 not out as he ran out of team-mates, Rashad Mahmood taking three wickets for Girlington.

They then scored 95-4 in 16 overs, with Rifaqat Ali retiring hurt on 34.

Bowling Baptists defeated Parkside by five wickets.

Parkside were all out for 86, with Paris Thomson taking 6-12, Baptists then scoring 90-5.

Great Horton Church remain at the foot of the table, despite beating Mayfield by three wickets.

Mayfield, who only had nine players, were all out for 108 with 15-year- old Awais Ahmed taking 4-28.

In reply, Great Horton Church scored 109-7.

Salem Athletic beat Cambing by 66 runs in a top-of-the-table clash to head Group C.

Athletic were all out for 159 off 35.3 overs, Rab Nawaz scoring 42 and Junaid Khan taking 5-40.

Cambing were then all out for 93 off 24.4 overs, with Majid Ali scoring 42 and Mehr Sultan taking 4-33.

Denholme Clough moved into second place after defeating Bowling Baptists by three wickets.

Baptists were all out for 76, with Zahid Hussain scoring 49. Clough scored 77-7, despite Sajid Malik taking 5-10.

TABS remain fourth and still have an outside chance of promotion, despite losing to Bradford Indians by five runs.

Indians were all out for 89, Mohammed Rizwan taking 4-28, but TABS could only make 84, with Aftab Hussain scoring 38 and Muhammed Asif taking 5-19.

Great Horton Meths beat eight-man Bradford Moor by 110 runs after being all out for 210, with Anthony Mossa scoring 71 and Irfan 49 as Ahsan Ali Shah took 4-51, supported by Mohammed Maan, who took three wickets.

Moor were all out for 100, with Gareth Llewellin taking three wickets for Meths.

Mandhata gained an exciting winning draw against Mayfield.

Mandhata were all out for 140, Mayfield replying with 137-8.

Greenfield's march towards the Group D title continued after making a mammoth score of 332-2 against Great Horton Meths.

Adeel Ahmed was unbeaten on 139, Hassan Akhtar made 78 and Tahir Abbas was unbeaten on 54, despite Greenfield declaring after 35 overs.

In reply, Great Horton were all out for 16 in 14.1 overs, Zahir Ahmed taking 3-7 and Shazad Ahmed 3-1.

Muff Field remain second after beating West Bowling, who scored 102-5 off 40 overs, with Tahir Afzal scoring 40.

Muff Field then hit 106-1 off 15.3 overs, with skipper Alex Pearson unbeaten on 52 and Karl Burkinshaw 35 not out.

Allerton stay third after defeating Yorkshire LPS by five wickets.

LPS were all out for 103, with Gurpreet Romana taking 4-32, and Allerton scored 105-5.

The match between Central YMCA and Muff Field B was abandoned due to travellers settling at King George V Playing Fields.