BRADFORD Gymkhana have replaced Salem at the top of Group A after beating them by 43 runs.

Gymkhana were bowled out for 97, Khalil Ur Rehman (4-26) and Umer Khatab (3-13) taking the wickets for Salem, who were then shot out themselves for only 54. Lukman Yusaf was chief destroyer with 5-16.

Apperley Bridge moved into third place after thrashing Girlington-My Lahore by 148 runs. Bridge blasted 274-8 in 40 overs, Hassan Zeb scoring a blistering 68 off 30 balls. Yasir Shehzad (56), Tariq Rashid (38) and skipper Mohammed Junaid (35no) made key contributions.

Adeel Mir took 3-50 for Grlington-My Lahore, who were all out for 126 in reply as Maseb Asim Khan claimed 3-28.

Bradford Moor are fourth after passing the Yorkshire LPS total of 162-9 with four wickets to spare.

Omar’s moved into fifth place after beating Hallfield by five wickets. Hallfield were bowled out for 141 before Jawaad Hafeez (57) helped Omar's home.

Great Horton Church beat Yorkshire Friends by 119 runs. Church were bowled out for 182 (Mohammed Zahid 80, Shiraz Ahmed 6-32) before skittling Friends for just 63, Asad Ali and Ishtiaq Raza taking three wickets each.

Northcliffe remain at top of Group B after beating Allerton by eight runs. Northcliffe were bowled out for 132 (Istiraj Khan 66) and that proved just enough as Allerton were bowled out with for 124 with 10 balls to spare.

Bradford Indians remain second after beating Greenfield by eight wickets. Greenfield were bowled out for 124 after winning the toss, Harpratap Singh Dhillon taking 4-32 for Indians. In reply, Singh Dhillon completed a fine all-round performance with an unbeaten 44.

Bowling Baptist dropped to third after losing to Girlington-My Lahore by 56 runs. with

Adnan Ahmed starred with 120 for Girlington in their 250-9 before Baptist were bowled out for 194 (Ghazanfer Bashir 71).

Hallfield beat Great Horton Church by 85 runs. Hallfield were bowled out for 160 (Amir Sultan 66, Sajad Ahmed 6-15) but that proved more than enough as Adnan Bhatti (6-27) helped dismiss Church for 75.

Salem gained a winning draw against Cambing. Salem scored 209-9 (Tahir Rasheed 59, Mohammad Sudais 53no, Asad Khan 4-37) before Cambing held out on 145-9.

In Group C, Greenfield beat Central YMCA by 9 wickets. YMCA were bowled out for 92 off 27.5 overs. Zeeshan Iqbal took 5-28 for Greenfield, including a hat-trick. In reply Greenfield scored 93-1 off 11.2 overs, with Abdul Dayan Qazi unbeaten on 68.

TABS remain second after beating Allerton by 7 wickets. Allerton were bowled out for 103 with Abdul Rahman taking 4 wickets for TABS. In reply TABS scored 104 for the loss of 3 wickets with Ali Raza scoring 65.

Bradford Gymkhana moved into 3rd place after beating Bowling Baptist comfortably by 181 runs. Gymkhana scored 237-7 off 40 overs, Mohammed Saeed scoring 116 and Tariq Mahmood taking 5-62 for Baptist. In reply Baptist were all out for 56 as Sudagar Hussain claimed 5-24 for Gymkhana.

Bradford Phoenix moved into 4th place after beating Yorkshire LPS by 57 runs. Phoenix scored 150-8 (Rafaqat Ali 38). In reply LPS were bowled out for 93, Amjad Ali taking 3 wickets.

West Bowling beat Mandhata by 1 wicket. Bowling won the toss and elected to field, Mandhata scoring 106 off 25.2 overs with Nitesh Lad scoring 46, Haroon Hussain (4-31) and Mohammed Rafiq (4-21) taking the wickets for Bowling.

In reply Bowling lost an early wicket with the score on 4 after 2.5 overs before a steady partnership of 35 off 27 balls for the second wicket between Bowling veteran Joe A’Herne and Tahir Afzal (34). After 7.2 overs Bowling were down to 39-2.

Youngster Adam Shazaid joined Afzal at the crease and the pair put on steady partnership of 32 for the 3rd wicket with the score on 71-3 after 14 overs.

Young Adam kept a cool head and batted through as the wickets fell around him. Bowling suddenly found themselves losing 5 wickets and finally Adam fell after scoring a steady 19 off 67 deliveries.

West Bowling scored 110-9 off 27.5 overs to seal the long awaited victory. Nitesh Lad (5-28) and Ritesh Patel (3-25) took the wickets for Mandhata.