FOUR clubs lead Mewies Solicitors Craven and District League Division One on 10 points.

Bingley Congs jumped into top spot (on run rate) after a fine victory at Oakworth.

Oakworth batted first and totalled 214, with Joel Gallagher (82) in the runs again and Joe Copperwaite making 38. Ben Hemsley and Neil Copping both returned 3-41.

Congs were coasting to victory at 183-4, then a stutter to 188-7 set the pulses racing. However, they reached their target for the loss of eight wickets with nine balls to spare. Mohammad Adil made 56 as Tom Fothergill (3-30) and Jack Ellis (3-55) took the bowling plaudits.

Haworth move into second spot after seeing off Foulridge by five wickets at West Lane.

Foulridge made 174 all out with Mohamad Yaqoob hitting a fine 103 (eight fours and 10 sixes) and Aamir Mohammed (35).

The Rowell brothers were in the wickets with Damian (5-68) and Jamie (3-53) doing most of the damage.

In reply, the batting honours went to the same two with Jamie making 97 and Damian 31no.

Leading the table at the start of the day, Haworth Road Methodists entertained neighbours Crossflatts and went down by six wickets and slip to third.

Shahid Saleem (51) was the main contributor to Haworth Road's 169. Mohammad Shahnawaz took 4-46 and Wasim Hussain 3-37. In the successful reply Dom Bennett hit 61no and Bright Njanji 56.

Fourth are Ingrow who saw off Cowling by 69 runs up at Hainworth.

Dan Scott made 48no as Ingrow totalled 187. Cowling could only muster 118 in reply as Mohammed claimed 5-21.

Denholme must have been sitting comfortably at the break after they amassed 275-6 in their 45 overs with Matt Wear scoring 107, Sarum Qureshi 76 and Toby Priestly 42.

Sutton hadn’t read the script and stormed to a five-wicket victory with nine balls to spare.

Leading the way was Dave Snowden who’s magnificent 131 included 12 fours and four sixes. He was ably assisted by a 30-ball 51no from Matt Hagyard, Sam Solley (41) and 34 extras.

The battle between the bottom two, Barrowford and Embsay was abandoned because of rain with the Bull Holme side having the upper hand.

Going first, Barrowford made 255-9 thanks to Jonny Ormrod 99no and Shuja Rashid (33) as Ben Davy took 4-60.

Embsay had made 11-0 off two overs at the close of proceedings.

In Division Two, Sandy Lane and Hepworth & Idle sit atop the division.

Sandy Lane travelled to Barrowford II and shot them out for 89 with Saqib Hussain taking 4-9 and Hamid Ullah 3-29.

Waqar Ahmed Ilyas (45no) and Zahid Hussain (22no) saw Sandy Lane to the spoils by six wickets.

Hepworth & Idle entertained Wilsden and smashed 268-5 with Jason Simms hitting a superb 113no to go with Jonathan Robinson 50no and Jamie Topham 41. Wilsden replied with 158 with Sam Mitchell scoring 47 and Dipesh Mistry 33 as one of their old boys, |Chris Mitchell, took 5-27.

Nine-man Bradford & Bingley III were shot out for 48 at home to Haworth Road II with Ali Asguar taking 4-4. The visitors cantered home for the loss of one wicket.

Cononley made 190-9 with Tom Feather making 55 and Andrew Starkey 44 as Chris Gill claimed 5-43.

Visitors Airedale had father and son combination – Trevor (51) and Mathew (114) – leading them to a six-wicket victory. They also had another father son playing – Warren and Josh Coppack.

In a high scoring game, Crossflatts II just held off the challenge of Gargrave to win by 12 runs.

Crossflatts posted 233-7 with Vijay Amirtharaj and Brian Friemanis putting on 138 for the second wicket as Chris Durn chipped in with 39no.

Despite a fourth-wicket stand of 136 by Ben Howlett (73) and Lee Barrett (69), the visitors fell short as Amirtharaj took 5-30.

Steve Butterfield (52) Matt Stowell (49) and Jack Kennedy (30) helped Long Lee to 245-8 down at Riddlesden against Eldwick & Gilstead.

Eldwick slumped to 123 all out despite 60 from Jordan Bayliss as Butterfield (4-23) and Shahbaz Ahmed (4-35) got among the wickets.