SALEM remain on top of Bradford Mutual Sunday School League Group A after beating Great Horton Church by three wickets.

Church were bowled out for 143 off 32 overs with Aqib Hussain scoring 45 and Umar Khataab taking 4-23. In reply Salem's Hafiz Rahman scored 59 to guide them to victory.

Bradford Gymkhana remain in second after their game against Yorkshire LPS was abandoned due to rain. LPS scored 170-8 off 40 overs, Ghazanfer Ali scoring 43 and Nazam Hussain 6-40 for Gymkhana.

In reply Gymkhana were 128-8 off 32 overs before rain stopped play. Mohammed Shiraz scored 43 for Gymkhana and Dhaval Patel took 4-33 for LPS.

Apperley Bridge moved third after beating Hallfield by three wickets. Hallfield were all out for 272 as Muhammad Asim scored 79. Apperley Bridge reached their target thanks to Tufail Ahmed (71) supported by Munir Hussain (45) and Zahid Qayyum (44), Muhammad Asim taking 4-48 for Hallfield.

Bradford Moor moved fourth after beating Girlington-My Lahore by seven wickets. Girlington were bowled out for 106 off 24 overs with Mohammed Imran taking 5-33 for Moor, who eased home in 20 overs as Jahanzaib was unbeaten on 60.

The game between Yorkshire and Omars was a rain-affected draw. Omars scored 222-8 off 40 overs, Qamar Sadiq scoring 52 and Waqar Mirza 51. In reply Yorkshire Friends scored 167-6 off 32 overs when the rain came.

Northcliffe remain at the top of group B after beating Great Horton Church by 52 runs. Northcliffe were all out for 149 (Nasir Mahmood 71, Asad Ali 4-35) before Church were skittled for 97.

Bowling Baptist went second after a thrilling victory over Greenfield. Greenfield were all out for 181 (Adeel Ahmed 89, Tariq Mahmood 5-41). In reply Baptist, who lost 14 overs due to rain, were set a target off 182 off 28 overs and won the game off the last delivery for the loss of eight wickets. Ibrar Hussain took 4-38 for Greenfield.

Bradford Indian went third place after beating Hallfield by 31 runs. Bradford Indians were out for 132 off 32 overs, Abhisek Mitra scoring 46. Sohail Butt (4-18) and Auman Ali (4-44) took the wickets for Hallfield.

In reply Hallfield were all out for 101, Nauman Ul Haq (5-19) and Abhisek Mitra (3-26) taking the wickets for Bradford Indian.

Girlington-My Lahore are up to fourth after beating Cambing by five wickets. Cambing were bowled out for 111, Mohammad Riaz doing the damage with 8-19.

Allerton beat Salem by eight wickets, who were bowled out for 159. Umear Aslam and Adnan Shehzad took three wickets each for Allerton, who edged home as Nadeem Khaliq scored 47. Shahid Iqbal and Tahir Javed took three wickets each for Salem.

In group C Greenfield remained at top after beating Yorkshire LPS by 6 wickets. LPS were all out for 142 off 31 overs. Khurram Shehzad taking 5-18 for Greenfield. In reply Greenfield scored 143-4 off 23 overs. Abdul Dayan Qazi scoring 85 for Greenfield.

TABS remain in second place after a comfortable win over West Bowling by 8 wickets. West Bowling won the toss and elected to bat scoring 35 all out. Ammad Ud Din and Muhammad Bin Abdullah taking 3 wickets each for TABS. In reply TABS scored 36 for the loss of 2 wickets.

Bradford Gymkhana remain in 3rd place despite their game against Allerton being abandoned due to rain. Allerton batted first and were all out for 132 off 27 overs with Mohammed Wali scoring 52. Zubair and Saudagar taking 4 wickets each for Gymkhana. In reply Gymkhana were on 61-5 after 15 overs before the heavens opened up and no further play was possible.

Bowling Baptist remain in fourth place despite losing to Bradford Phoenix by 140 runs. Phoenix scored 184-8 off 40 overs. Majid Ali (84) and Fahim Jan (42) sharing a partnership of 107 for the 4th wicket. In reply Baptist were all out for 44 off 30.1 overs.

Finally in group C Mandhata beat Central YMCA by 3 runs. Mandhata were all out for 89. Pritesh Patel scoring 61. In reply YMCA were 86 all out falling short by 3 runs. Tabassam Hussain taking 5-13 for Mandhata.