CROSSFLATTS jumped to the top of Mewies Solicitors Craven and District League Division One after a comfortable eight-wicket victory over visitors Cowling.

The visitors, batting first, were dismissed for 109 with Steve Dalby (35) top scoring as Wasim Hussain claimed 6-37.

In reply, Crossflatts strolled home with Bright Njanji (51no) and James Roper (41) doing the business.

Haworth move into second spot after they too won by eight wickets at Sutton.

Sutton reached 168 with Mark Hagyard and Chris Williams both making 25 and three other batters getting into the twenties. Stuart Jackson (3-52) was the best bowler.

Haworth lost two quick wickets before Dan Trowers (91no) and Jamie Rowell (55no) put together a match-winning partnership of 139.

Haworth Road drop to third place after a surprising defeat at Embsay.

Hosts Embsay posted 217-7 on the back of an opening stand of 117 by David Wellock (61) and Morgan Davies (50) together with 36 apiece from Ben Davey and Josh Robinson. Five bowlers shared the wickets.

In reply, Haworth Road closed 40 runs short. Shahid Saleem (34) and Zahir Abbas (32) were the main contributors as Haroon Ali (3-29) and Ben Davey (3-40) were the successful bowlers.

The red rose derby between Barrowford and Foulridge saw the former side win by 108 runs.

Barrowford posted 172 with Aziz Iqbal top scoring with 71 as Abrar Sarwar (4-31) and new recruit Andy Makin (4-40) bowling well.

Foulridge slumped to 19-4 and were dismissed for 64 with only two batters reaching double figures. Adnan Khalid (4-24) and Shuja Rashid (3-11) taking most of the wickets.

Bingley Congs' Chris Dibb (79), Neil Copping (62) and Johandre Barnard (53) blasted 268-7 up at Denholme, for whom Matt Wear took 4-67.

Toby Priestley, with a superb 102 from 82 balls which included 14 fours and three sixes, and Ronnie Chokununga (59) led a spirited reply which closed on 222 as Steve Broughton took 4-67.

There was a nervy finish at Hainworth with visitors Oakworth winning by one wicket.

Ingrow batted first and were indebted to Will Rankin (75) and a belligerent 34no from Adeel Munir for getting to 189-9. James Lee was the best bowler with 3-56.

Oakworth were quickly reduced to 21-4 then Jack Davison (51) and Harry Hollingsworth (71) put on 119 for the fifth wicket to get the score to 140-5.

They staggered to 189-9 when Richard Cavender hit his first ball for the winning run. Dan Scott finished with 5-56.

In Division Two, the top two, Hepworth & Idle and Wilsden, were both victorious on their travels.

Leaders, by two points, H & I travelled to Cononley and were restricted to 139 in their innings with Janie Topham making 45 and Chris Mitchell 39 as Matt Phillips claimed 4-19.

However, Cononley were brushed aside for 85 with skipper Andy Starkey making 37 and the wickets were shared.

Wilsden were more impressive winners and they trounced Long Lee by 128 runs.

Wilsden went first and rattled up 199-7 in the overs thanks to Hasnat Bakari (54no) and Chris Longley (40) as Shahbaz Ahmed took 3-32.

Long Lee were knocked over for 71 on 20.5 overs with Sam Mitchell taking 5-31.

Sandy Lane were in the runs, scoring 259 in their innings with Waqar Ahmed Ilyas (73), Mohammed Shah Usman (47) and Monadi Ahmed (40) the main scorers as Mohammed Qadeer Hanif took 3-55 and Warren Coppack 3-44.

Airedale replied with 180 with Mathew Cox, batting at No 11, making 52 and Matt Gill 31 as Attique Khan finished with 4-38.

Barrowford II just held on to win by 12 runs on their trip to Wagon Lane.

Barrowford made a modest 114 as Shahbaz Ahmed took 5-23 and Ayaz Butt 3-32. Bradford & Bingley III were dismissed for 102 with Lewis Brown unable to find someone to stay with him as he was last out for 45. Majid Iqbal (4-29) and Faisal Mehmood (4-31) doing the damage.

Eldwick and Gilstead crept home by one wicket at Grange Road.

Visitors Crossflatts II were restricted to 121-9 with James Keighley (4-39) and Arnie Raistrick (3-25) bowling well.

It was a last-wicket partnership by Jack Dixon (24no) and James Keighley (14no) that snatched the points despite the best efforts of Mark Pennington (4-28) and Jodie Town-Jones (3-35).

Charlie Hainsworth (46) and Waj Mahmood (42) helped propel Haworth Road II to 212-9 at Baildon Bottom.

However, it was not enough as Gargrave roared home by six wickets. John Beckwith (90) and Will Smith (50) put on 88 for the first wicket. Then Beckwith and Lee Barrett (23) put on 89 for the third wicket to put them within touching distance.