DALES Council League Division A leaders Woodhouse travelled to Karmand and bowled out second-placed Halifax Direct for 113 (Syed Hassan Tahir 43, Zia Butt 4-24, Muhannad Sohail 3-3) before replying with 114-1 (Abdullah Khan 59) to stay unbeaten.

With Leeds Sikh having a bye, fourth-placed Leeds Caribbean had a chance to leapfrog them when hosting Thornbury but, after the visitors made 227 (Yassir Javed 77, Zoofghan Akhtar 5-55), the hosts were bowled out for 210 (Hameed Bashir 86).

Bradford Moor had Irfan Sadiq, who was playing only his third game of the season, to thank as his 96 helped them to 224-7 at Meanwood Road before they bowled out Drighlington for 140.

At High Royds Crompark were bowled out for 156 by bottom side Savile Stars, who replied with 157-9 for a narrow victory.

At Mayfield Terrace, Ray Wells took 7-20 to help Cookridge bowl out Mayfield for 87 (Paul Cuthbertson 45) before replying with 90-5 (Waqas Ali 40no, Mohammed Faisal 4-30) to take the spoils.

Division B leaders One Stop scored the highest total of the day in reaching 352-8 (Rafaqat Mehmood 104, Basharat Mahmood 81no, Adil Mehmood 53) at Low Springs. Rafaqat Mehmood and Adil Mehmood added 139 for the second wicket before One Stop bowled out Pudsey Congs for 190 (Richard Edwards 43, Zak Stolarski 42) to maintain a clear lead at the top.

At Fulneck, second-placed Pudsey St Lawrence scored 156-9 (Richard Allinson 50no, Alex Pearson 4-33) and then dismissed Muff Field for 98 (Karl Burkinshaw 43, Keith Marsden 5-37, Joshua Atkinson 4-13).

Thornbury stay third after bowling out Tong Park Esholt for 213 (Lee Burke 93, Abdul Hussain 45, Neil Smith 44) at Daleside Road. They passed the total with five wickets to spare (Toseef Khan 51no, Bilal Hussain 40, Okash Zahid 40).

At Gledhow Leeds Sikh B scored 119 and then bowled out Baildon for 101 (Ashish Verma 5-22).

At Smithy Lane Halifax Direct B made 172 (Mohsin Raja 49, Jhangir Gulzar 3-0) and then dismissed Cookridge B for 133 (Zaib Ali 5-7).

In Division C, Interlink were gifted 20 points when Baildon B conceded, and Shipley Providence also gained 20 points when Rodley conceded due to ground unavailability.

At Richmond House St Chads Broomfield scored 215-9 (Oliver Burdass 4-37) with skipper Nathan Robson making a top score of 75. They then bowled out Morley for 127 (Navid Ahmed 51, Andrew Wilkinson 4-20).

Muff Field B made 228 (Alan Broadbent 67, Baseer Asim 61no, Mohsin Javed 4-62, John Farr 4-63) and then restricted Mayfield B to 184-8 (Mukhtar Ahmed 52, Wayne Broxholme 49).