OXENHOPE have applied the pressure at the top of the Halifax Cricket League Premier Division with a four-wicket win.

They travelled to play Triangle who posted an unusually low score of 202 all-out.

A spell from Oxenhope's Liam Dyson (4-59) did the early damage.

Lewis Hopkinson (67) and Chris Kibble (56no) were then the main bread-winners for the visitors when securing the victory.

Thornton produced the other star performance in the division.

They left with maximum points against hosts Warley, who dropped out of the top-two as a result.

The home team hit 136 all-out with panic setting in when Greg Soames (7-41) was introduced into the attack in the 12th over.

Warley had hope when getting two early wickets, but number four batsman Joshua Hutchinson hit 93 on the way to a 137-5 victory.

In the First Division, Great Horton PC were sitting pretty at home to Bradshaw, with the visitors at 45-5.

But, step forward Piers Fisher (87no) who joined Si Collins (61no) to rescue the innings for a 185-5 total.

Horton then fell three runs short in the chase for the win and now drop out of the top-two.

Mitesh Mistry (7-34) worked his magic again for Clayton to ensure a 88-run victory for his side against Bridgeholme.

This, after he took eight wickets last week.

Clayton posted 237-9 after being inserted by their visitors, who failed to chase the total and were bowled all-out.

The hosts move into second as a result.

In the Second Division, Low Moor HT skipper and wicketkeeper, Lee Broadbent was in tremendous form to take his side to a 263-9 score against hosts Stones.

He crashed 110 runs in 73 balls, with exactly 100 coming in boundaries.

The home side then fell 63 runs short, as they were bowled all-out.

Finally, Cullingworth registered their second maximum of the season to move up the table.

They beat visitors Bradley & Colnebridge by 62 runs after both sides were bowled all-out.

Cullingworth got 148, with the away side some way short with 86.

It was a day for bowlers to rejoice, with Dave Robinson (5-36) and Michael Bright (4-36) enjoying their game for the hosts.