Top-spot Woodhouse continue to lead the way in Division A after their victory against Thornbury.

The leaders scored 256 and then bowled out their rivals for 91.

Second-placed Drighlington won a close game at Crompark.

The visitors bowled their hosts out for 176, having scored 180 themselves beforehand.

Leeds Sikh amassed the highest score of the day, notching a tally of 328-5 against Cookridge

They also hit a league record third wicket partnership of 287 between Harpal Ryatt (174*) and skipper Raghunath Chandrasekaran (129) before bowling out their opponents for 127.

Bradford Moor lost out to Halifax Direct in their tie.

The former scored 153, with the latter replying with 154-6.

Mayfield only managed to score 78 in their home fixture with Leeds Caribbean.

Their visitors also found batting difficult but finished on 79-6 to win.

In Division B, leaders One Stop won after only managing to score 99 runs.

They were able to bowl out Thornbury Seconds for 80 though to secure the victory that keeps them top.

But challengers Muff Field lost second place, when they were bowled for 104 by bottom-side Adel.

They then replied with 107-4 to win.

Fulneck St Lawrence took Muff Field’s place, scoring 169 before bowling out Pudsey Congs for 153.

Tong Park Esholt made it two wins in a row for the first time this season against Halifax Direct Seconds.

They scored 161, before inspired form from Muaaz Khan (5-28) helped Tong to bowl their opponents out for 142.

Finally, yet more impressive bowling - this time from Mashood Akhtar (7-20) - saw Leeds Sikh Seconds hustled out for 104 by visitors Cookridge Seconds.

The away side then replied with 107-8 to win.

In Division C, leaders Shipley Providence scored 152, thanks to an unbeaten 63 from all-rounder Elangovan Balakrishnan.

Shipley then dismissed Morley for 66, with 5-20 for Sohail Khalid, to secure the win.

The overall run tally topped the 500 mark in the game between Interlink and Drighlington.

In a tie pitting second against third, the former won through with Interlink hitting 327-8.

Drigh replied with a gallant 198, but Mohammed Data’s bowling form (5-12) put paid to any chance of a win.

Elsewhere, Cookridge Thirds were bowled out for just 72 by Baildon Seconds.

The latter responded with 73-2 for victory.

Finally, Rodley batted first against St Chads Broomfield and made 97.

They then bowled out their opponents for 71 to get the win.