THE highlight of the day in Mewies Solicitors Craven & District League Division One was undoubtedly the knock of Oakworth on their visit to Foulridge.

Oakworth amassed a magnificent 407-7 in their overs with skipper Joel Gallagher making 99. He put on 175 for the fourth wicket with Rob Hollingsworth, who made 97.

Jordan Powell joined in with a 24-ball 58 and Lucas Keslinke 53no and Jack Davison (42) put on 99 for the sixth wicket.

Stunned Foulridge replied with, what on normal days would consider decent, 171 to go down by 236 runs.

Mohammad Yaqoob top scored with 42 as under-16 Ellis Marshall took 5-76.

The new leaders of the division are Haworth Road Methodists who are three points clear of five teams on seven points.

They travelled to Barrowford and, going first, made 179 all out with Zahir Abbas (43) and extras (28) being the leading contributors.

Adnan Khalid and Majid Iqbal finished with three wickets each.

In the reply Barrowford closed on 150 with Ashir Imdad (48), Ulfat Ali (28) and extras (24) being the top scorers as Shahid Saleem finished with 4-18.

There was a tale of two batting collapses at Denholme.

Visitors Haworth were going quietly along at 91-5 only to four runs as the last five wickets fell.

Dan Trowers (34) and Damian Rowell (30) top scored as Toby Priestley cause the rot with 4-1 off three overs and Ryan Judson took 4-50.

Denholme were cruising to victory at 72-5 only for them to lose their last five wickets for just two runs. Rowell bowled well to finish with 7-17 off just nine overs.

Dan Hanson (4-17) and Richard Walker (3-26) put the skids under Cowling as they were dismissed for 110.

Visitors Sutton-in-Craven sauntered to an impressive 10-wicket victory with Sam Solley (55no) and Dave Snowden (52no) taking the batting honours.

Crossflatts suffered their second defeat of the season albeit by the narrowest of margins.

They made 93 all out with skipper Joe Greenwood making 40 as Dan Scott claimed 6-33.

Visitors Ingrow were 69-8 then 89-9 before a battling 16no from Mohammad Arshad took the Hainworth side to the points.

Embsay’s lacklustre start to the season continued at Bingley Congs and they now sit at the bottom of the table.

Haroon Ali (4-34) and Sam Arkwright (3-28) battled away to restrict Bingley Congs to 116. Embsay were hustled out for 62 with Neil Copping finishing with 5-31 off 10 overs.

In Division Two, Wilsden head the division after a comfortable five-wicket victory over Eldwick & Gilstead.

Sam Mitchell (5-21) and Syed Bukhari (3-10) had the visitors back in the hut for 89 – this after being 34-1.

Wilsden reached their target for the loss of five wickets with Dipesh Mistry making 46.

Barrowford II are second after they dispatched Haworth Road Methodists II by nine wickets.

They restricted Haworth Road to 64 all out with Vic Sunil taking 4-6 and Mohammad Waqas 4-18. They galloped home in 15 overs with Stuart Grimshaw making 34no.

Mark Day (45) helped Long Lee to 155 all out.

Visitors Bradford & Bingley III replied with 127 with u14 Lewis Brown scoring 45 as Steve Butterfield (5-12) and Ian Roberts (3-31) did the damage with the ball.

Sandy Lane just got the better of Crossflatts II winning by one wicket.

Extras (27) and Charlotte Boulton (21) saw the visitors to a modest 98 as Hamid Ullah (4-21) and Barkat Ali (3-18) did most of the damage.

In the reply of 99-9, Zahid Hussain (33) top scored and Scott Kershaw finished with 6-56.

Cononley posted 177-6 at Gargrave with Andrew Starkey making 64.

Gargrave were dismissed for 110 with Tom Feather taking 8-27 off 12 overs.

Airedale could only muster 96 at Bradford Road. A total easily passed by Hepworth & Idle by seven wickets.