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Jer Lane are setting early pace

Jer Lane are setting early pace

Premier Division

Bankfoot v Jer Lane
Newly-promoted Jer Lane are the early leaders after dismissing Bankfoot for 88 to set up a commanding nine-wicket win. Khurram Iftikhar (4-27) and Haroon Mahmood (3-17) took the bowling honours while Miraj Khan (63no) powered his side to their victory target.

Pudsey St Lawrence v Hanging Heaton
St Lawrence made it two wins from two games as they overcame Hanging Heaton by 42 runs at Tofts Road. Sam Johnson made 44 in the home side's 195. Veteran John Carruthers (3-11) was the best of the visitors' bowlers. Tom Linday (63) and Chris Goodair (37) battled hard for Hanging Heaton but their side were all out for 153 as Adam Carass picked up 4-40.
Woodlands v Pudsey Congs
Woodlands recorded their second win of the campaign when they chased down Pudsey Congs' score of 186-8 to win by three wickets. Jack Murphy (60) and Jack Bleazard (44) played key roles as Chris Doey (3-46) posed the main threat. Young batsman Hassan Butt (60) impressed for Congs while Liam Collin (4-32) was the best of the home bowlers.

East Bierley v Batley
A fourth-wicket stand of 119 between Hamza Saeed (86) and Rob Barker (65) was  key to East Bierley posting 239 as they defeated Batley by 54 runs to record their first win of the season. Barker followed up with 3-38 as he and Reece Clark (4-51) helped bowl out the visitors for 185. Raja Immi (55) was top scorer for the Mount Pleasant side.
Bowling Old Lane v Gomersal
Amir Afsar (67no) and Faizan Haider (33no) steered Old Lane to a convincing nine-wicket win over Gomersal. Only Liam Grant (68) got set as the visitors were dismissed for 126 when they batted first. Abdullah Ijaz (3-24) was the pick of the bowlers.

New Farnley v Morley
Left arm spinner Sam Barraclough proved to be New Farnley's match winner by taking 5-26 as rivals Morley crumbled to 66 all out in reply to the home side's modest 128. Alex Kennedy (3-33) and Chris Blakeney (3-36) were Morley's best bowlers.

Premier Division Stats of the day
Top team total: 239 East Bierley v Batley
Top individual score: 86 Hamza Saeed (East Bierley v Batley)
Best Bowling figures: 5-26 Sam Barraclough (New Farnley v Morley)

Division One

East Ardsley v Bradford & Bingley
Scott Mullins produced a double wicket maiden in the final over of the game which also included a run out from the last ball as East Ardsley snatched a dramatic tie. The scores were level when Mullins opened the 50th over with two dot balls. Matthew Keeton fell to his third delivery and after another dot ball, Archie Barraclough was dismissed. When Bradley Davis was run out from the last ball of the game the spoils were shared.

Although Mullins produced the decisive over, the best of the East Ardsley bowlers was Steve Blow (5-59) as Bradfoird & Bingley finished on 195-9, Jack Sharp (39) and Lewis Brown (36) being their top scorers. East Ardsley's 195-8 included 59 from Dom Kinder and 42 by Tom Daniels. Keeton was the best of the visiting bowlers with 4-36.

Townville  v Yeadon
Townville's openers Steve Walton (70) and Kieran Samuels (55) shared their second century partnership of the season as their side went to the top of the table with a five wicket win. They followed up their unbroken stand of 180 in last week's 10 wicket win over East Ardsley with an alliance of 106 as Yeadon's 181 was chased down. Patrick Parker rook 4-50 for Yeadon while Daniel Hall (59) and Simeon Pickering (35) were their top scorers. Young Fin Walton (3-28) was the most successful Townville bowler.

Methley v Great Preston
Charles Dissanayaka (48) and David Winter (33) helped Methely to post 172 in their 21-run win over Great Preston. James Gaham (4-29) and Luke Slater (3-25) were the best of the bowlers for the visitorsYoung who were dismissed for 151 with Gordon Thomson taking 3-31.

Baildon v Farsley
Young To Moss hit an unbeaten 52 as Farsley recorded a five-wicket win over Baildon at Jenny Lane. The home side were restricted to 115-7 when they batted first as Ryan Blackburn impressed with 5-19.

Hartshead Moor v Carlton
Hartshead Moor skipper Martin Ellis made a battling 102 but wasunable to save his side from an eight-run defeat at Highmoor Lane. Will Hayton's 4-62 proved crucial for carlton as they dismissed the home side for 189 when their score of 197-9 was in touching distance. Daniel Wilber (72) and Michael Hodgkins (42) led the way for the visitors while Adil Ladak (4-51)  was the best of the home bowlers.

Lightcliffe v Cleckheaton
Ryan Beecroft took 4-31 as Lightcliffe dismissed Cleckheaton for 110 on their way to a five-wicket triumph. Richard Thompson (36) was their top scorer.

Division One  Stats of the day
Top team total: 197-9 Carlton v Hartshead Moor
Top individual score: 102 Martin Ellis (Hartshead Moor v Carlton)
Best Bowling figures: 5-59 Steve Blow (East Ardsley v Bradford & Bingley)

DIvision Two
Undercliffe v Ossett
Tom Jenkinson produced a fine all-round performance as Ossett secured a 19-run win at Intake Road. Aftger top scoring with 63 in his side's 162-7, Jenkinson took 6-53 as Undercliffe were all out for 143. Umar Fareed hit 65 off 36 balls for Undercliffe but it was not enough to stafe off defeat as Luke Watson (3-17) gave Jenkinson good support with the ball. Undercliffe's best bowlers were Absar Hussain (3-43) and Abdul Hamid (3-41).

Birstall v Brighouse
Birstall lost their last nine wickets for just 14 runs as they crumbled to 43 all out as they suffered a seven-wicket defeat. Mohammed Shakeel (3-2) and Ansar Mahmood (3-1) brought about the collapse.

Northowram Fields v Buttershaw St Paul’s
Steve Elliott made a splendid 112 as joint leaders Northowram Fields made 242-4 in their 59-run win. Elliott struck two sixes and 16 fours and was joined in an opening stand of 144 by Callum  Phillipson (36). Khalid rehman (60) and John Anderson (38) battled hard for Buttershaw St Paul's but Jason Smith (4-17) and Todd Reeday (3-38) ensured that it was the home side who came out on top.

Wakefield St Michael’s v Altofts
Adam Perry led the way with a fine 105, one six and 16 fours, as Altofts recorded their second win to join Northowram Fields at the top of the table. Ryan Hutchinson impressed with the ball for Wakefield St Michael's with 6-53, but his efforts were undermind as his team collapsed tp 57 all out to lose by 155 runs. Paul Raj (31) was the only batsman to resist for long as Liam Webb (5-16) sealed victory for the visitors.

Keighley v Sandal
Mohammed Abbas (5-20) helped set up Keighley's four-wicket win as Sandal were boiwled out for 141, Jim Davies and Kieran Dransfield both making 34. Abbas followed up with 37 and Jamie Wilmshurst hit an unbeaten 39 as the home side eased to victory. Jamie Pease was the best Sandal bowler with 3-35.

Liversedge v Hopton Mills
Andrew Moorhouse (4-38) and Phil Scott (3-20) helped Hopton Mills bowl out Liversedge for 117 as they eased to a four-wicket victory. Mohammed Lorgat took 4-29 for Liversedge.
Division Two Stats of the day
Top team total: 242-4 Northowram Fields v Buttershaw St Paul's
Top individual score: 112 Steve Elliott (Northowram Fields v Buttershaw St Paul's)
Best Bowling figures: 6-53 Tom Jenkinson (Ossett v Undercliffe) and Ryan Hutchinson (Wakefield St Michael's v Altofts)

Division Three
Spen Victoria v East Leeds

Shazad Ayub (72), Shamas Hussain (62no) and Shamoon Mushtaq (59) all hit half centuries and were backed up by Hassan Mushtaq (42) as east Leeds made the day's highest score of 306-9 as they cruised to a 165-run win at Spen Lane. Skipper Peter jackson made 77 for Spen Victoria but lacked support as Shamoon Mushtaq picked up 4-16.

Hunslet Nelson v Heckmondwike and Carlinghow
Tom Hendry hit an unbeaten 54 and Joshua Morris scored 32 not out as Hunslet Nelson eased to a six-wicket win after bowling out Heckmondwike & Carlinghow for 97. Ilyas Hashmi (47) was their top scorer.

Windhill & Daisy Hill v Wrenthorpe
lwrenthorpe's openers Nathan Ellis (122no) and George Holden (110) helped their side compile a score of 271-1 as they defeated Windhill & Daisy Hill by 153 runs. Rizwan Bhatti (37) top scored for the home sideas Patrick Green (4-24) helped the visitors wrap up victory.

Rodley v Scholes
Rodley's hopes quite literally went West as they suffered an eight-run defeat. Steve West top scored with 34 as Schoes made 125-5, then his older bother Richard took 4-30 as Rodley, despite 51 from Finn Woodward-Chapman were all out for 117.

Gildersome & Farnley Hill v Crossflatts
lThe home side had an afternoon to forget as they were dismissed for 59 by the division's early leaders, Bradley Powell taking 3-15. Dan Trowers was unbeaten on 39 when Crossflatts reached their target.

Crossbank Methodists v Adwalton
Chris Curtis (36) steered Adwalton to aseven-wicket win after they had dismissed their hosts for 116. Subhan Butt was the best of the bowlers with 3-28.

Division Three Stats of the day
Top team total: 306-9 East Leeds v Spen Victoria
Top individual score: 122no Nathan Ellis (Wrenthorpe v Windhill & Daisy Hill
Best Bowling figures: 4-16 Shammon Mushtaq (East Leeds v Spen Victoria)

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