Morley v Woodlands
Cieran Garner, above, impressed with bat and ball as Woodlands boosted their title challenge with an eight-wicket win. Garner took 4-23 and was supported by Kieran Rodger (3-30) as Morley were bowled out for 147. The former first team captain followed up by scoring 58 not out in an unbroken third wicket stand of 132 with Jack Bleazard (78no). For Morley, Christian Bianchi and Harish Krishnesh both scored 30.
Hanging Heaton v Bowling Old Lane
Farhaad Mir (97no) impressed as Bowling Old Lane made 237-6 in their 21-run win at Bennett Lane. Khali Ur Rehman (68) and Zeeshan Haider (40) provided support. Rob McFarlane (47) and Danny Clifton (32) were the main contributors as Hanging Heaton were dismissed for 216 thanks to Faizan Haider (3-63), Umar Zubair (3-80) and Zeeshan Haider (3-14)
Jer Lane v Pudsey St Lawrence
Jer Lane are just one point behind leaders Woodlands with a game in hand after scoring a 95-run win. Arslaan Mahmood (62) and Haris Butt (55) helped Jer Lane to make 200-9 as Josh Dracup (4-56) posed the main threat. Mahmood continued his good work by taking 3-27 as Pudsey St Lawrence were dismissed for 105.
Batley v New Farnley
Young spinners Sam Barraclough (4-39) and Jack Dyson (3-37) helped New Farnley dismiss Batley for 140 on their way to a seven-wicket win. Raja Immi (40) and Naveed Hafeez (30) top scored for the home side while Max Chaplin (52no) and Lukas Ruane (49) guided New Farnley to their victory target.
Gomersal v Pudsey Congs
Liam Grant hit an impressive 145 for Gomersal but ended up on the losing side. The opening batter hit two sixes and 21 fours as he helped his side make 266, Tony Blain (40) provided the main support as Josh Chapman took 4-54 for Congs.
Ross Kettlewell (86) and Bilal Butt (84) were backed up by Joe Stolarski (31no) and Hassan Butt (31) as Congs judged their reply perfectly as they chased sown the Gomersal score of 266 to win by four wickets.
East Bierley v Bankfoot
East Bierley slipped deeper into the relegation mire after suffering a nine-wicket defeat. Only veteran Murphy Walwyn (42) made an impression as they were bowled out for 121 with Haroon Iqbal (5-31) and Samad Rahman (3-13) posing most of the problems. Saad Khan (49no) and Subhaan Ammar (48) ensured Bankfoot knocked off the runs with ease.
Premier Division Stats of the day
Top team total: 267-6 Pudsey Congs v Gomersal
Top individual score: 145 Liam Grant (Gomersal v Pudsey Congs)
Best Bowling figures: 5-31 Haroon Iqbal (Bankfoot v East Bierley)
Season’s top stats
Top team total: 296-2 Jer Lane v Batley
Top individual score: 174no Miraj Khan (Jer Lane v Batley)
Best Bowling figures: 6-5 Adam Frost (Pudsey St Lawrence v Morley)
Yeadon v Bradford & Bingley
Bradford & Bingley’s title challenge suffered a setback as they went down to an 85-run defeat. David Machell (74) and evergreen Andrew Pickering (44) were backed up by Mohammad Tayyab (32) in a Yeadon total of 249-5. Bradford & Bingley struggled against the bowling of Ryan Mooney (5-54) and Kamran Khan (3-40) as they were bowled out for 164. Abdullah Hussain made (45).
Methley v Lightcliffe
There was a thrilling finish at Little Church Lane as Lightcliffe clung on for a three-run win despite the determined efforts of Jake McCaffrey who made a superb 120. He struck one six and 19 fours as Methley finished on 288-9 in reply to Lightcliffe’s 291-9. Brad Walker (60) put on 111 for the fourth wicket with McCaffrey while Jake Smart added 33. Ryan Beeforth was the pick of the bowlers with 3-62.
Half centuries from Evan Edwards (78), Regan Broadbent (66) and David Knight (51) were backed up by Jordan Pickles (32) for Lightcliffe as George Ellis (4-59) posed the main threat when they batted first.
Carlton v Townville
James Cooper blasted 117 from just 83 balls as Carlton chased down a Townville score of 186-9 to win by eight wickets, Cooper made 110 of his runs in boundaries after hitting nine sixes and 14 fours. Simon Parker (33) joined him in an opening stand of 147. Ian Jones (65), Alfie McMillan (47) and Ben Collinson (37) were the top scores for Townville as Gareth Rawlinson picked up 4-53.
Farsley v East Ardsley
Leaders Farsley were given a scare by bottom team East Ardsley before scraping a two-wicket win. Joe Hall (4-35) kept his side in the hunt as the Red Lane struggled to pass the visitors’ score of 138. James Hoyland (35) proved to be their top scorers while Matt Redgwick (33) had that honour in the East Ardsley innings as Richard Sutcliffe (3-19) returned tidy figures.
Cleckheaton v Hartshead Moor
Ian Carradice (117) and Richard Noble (114) shared a fourth wicket stand of 185 which enabled Cleckheaton to make 327-7 in their 85-run win. Carradice hit five sixes and 13 fours while Noble struck four sixes and 13 fours. Robert Swift (91) and Will Gough (48) led the Hartshead Moor response of 242-7. Carradice crowned his afternoon’s work by taking 3-41.
Great Preston v Baildon
Skipper Darren Wilson struck an unbeaten 79 as Baildon recorded a two-wicket win over their struggling opponents. Luke Kane (4-51) and Richard White (3-66) fought hard for Great Preston but the task of defending a total of 199 proved just too much for them. Brett Hardacre (38), James Wills (32) and Richard White (31) were the top scorers for Great Preston.
Division One Stats of the day
Top team total: 327-7 Cleckheaton v Hartshead Moor
Top individual score: 120 Jake McCaffrey (Methley v Lightcliffe)
Best Bowling figures: 5-54 Ryan Mooney (Yeadon v Bradford & Bingley)
Season’s top stats
Top team total: 444 Bradford & Bingley v Great Preston
Top individual score: 221 Matthew Swallow (Bradford & Bingley v Great Preston)
Best Bowling figures: 8-23 Elliot Hallas (Cleckheaton v Baildon)
Brighouse v Keighley
Brighouse extended their lead to 34 points after recording an 87-run win. Muhammad Bajwa (78) top scored as they made 233-9 against a bowling attack in which Louie Wilkinson took 4-58. Jamie Wilmshurst (40) and Steve Butterfield (34no) top scored as Keighley were bowled out for 146 by Mohammed Imran (4-31) and Zafar Mahmood (3-10)
Hopton Mills v Northowram Fields
Phil Scott (4-31) and Ben Haigh (4-69) helped Hopton Mills to dismiss second place Northowram Fields for 232 to secure a 13-run win. Matthew Lloyd (53), Callum Phillipson (50) and Shahid Bhatti (50) were back up by Steve Elliott (43), but their efforts were not enough to get the visitors over the line. The Hopton Mills score of 245-8 owed much to the efforts of Connor Heywood (62), Zaaid Sajwal (48) and James Glover (33no) as Jacob Reeday picked up 5-68.
Sandal v Undercliffe
Craig Brook hit an unbeaten 115 with a six and 23 fours as Undercliffe chased down Sandal’s score of 221 to win by six wickets. Mohammed Ulfat (40) gave him support as Richard Gibson (3-38) offered the main threat. Defeat was hard on Sandal skipper Ian Shuttleworth whose 103 included four sixes and 14 fours. Michael Trevethan chipped in with 47 as Mohammed Tahaa (4-54) and Abdul Hamid (4-31) led the Undercliffe bowling effort.
Ossett v Buttershaw St Paul’s
Buttershaw St Paul’s relegation fears increased as they suffered a 167-run defeat. They lost their first four wickets with just six runs on the board as they were dismissed for 88 with Dan Busfield taking 3-6. Jack Stevenson (41), Leigh Learie (39), Tom Jenkinson (34) and Ben Coulthard (31) helped Ossett make 255.
Altofts v Liversedge
Riyaz Motala (3-50) and Jaideep Dhangir (3-34) helped Liversedge restrict Altofts to 200-8 as they secured a four-run win for their side. Chris Walker (66) and Brad Barber (57) were backed up by Steve Rigby (30), but despite their efforts Altofts fell short of their target. Fakir Laher (70) and Dhangir (31) top scored for Liversedge as they made 204-9. David Robson took 3-42 for Altofts.
Wakefield St Michael’s v Birstall
Openers Adam Eustace (81) and Micky Sheard (71) shared a first wicket of stand as Birstall chased down the Wakefield St Michael’s score of 172 to win by seven wickets. All three Birstall wickets were claimed by Jonny Meeson (3-21). Lawrence Morton (48) and John Holland (39) top scored for St Michael’s as Alex Drake claimed 4-32.
Division Two Stats of the day
Top team total: 255 Ossett v Buttershaw St Paul’s
Top individual score: 115 Craig Brook (Undercliffe v Sandal)
Best Bowling figures: 7-51 Marcus Kelly (Lightcliffe v Great Preston)
Season’s top stats
Top team total: 396-6 Liversedge v Buttershaw St Paul’s
Top individual score: 182 Will Atkin (Liversedge v Buttershaw St Paul’s)
Best Bowling figures: 9-33 Zafar Mahmood (Brighouse v Keighley)
East Leeds v Rodley
Rodley blew the title race wide open by inflicting a seven-wicket defeat on East Leeds who dropped from first to third as a result. Subhaan Habib (61) and Flinn Woodward-Chapman (32no) enabled Rodley to capitalise on dismissing their rivals for 134 with Perry Lewty (4-36) and Elliott Sugden (3-26) taking the bowling honours. Only Rajab Ali (39) offered resistance.
Crossflatts v Spen Victoria
Crossflatts are the new leaders after Ben Chrispin made an unbeaten 115 as they pocketed a maximum 20 points from a 133-run win. Chrispin’s innings contained 19 fours and saw him feature in a fourth wicket stand of 191 with Tom Greenwood (83) before Michael Bailey smashed an unbeaten 50 from 18 balls to swell the total to 326-4.
Spen Victoria skipper Peter Jackson made 83 to take his aggregate for the season to 861 while his son Louis scored 64 as their side were dismissed for 193. Charlotte Boulton was in the wickets again with 4-34 while Nathan Allitt took 3-31.
Wrenthorpe v Hunslet Nelson
Hunslet Nelson are now second after an emphatic nine-wicket win over Wrenthorpe which earned them 20 points. Patrick Hinchcliffe took 4-14 as the home side were skittled out for 84 despite 40 from George Hilton. Chris Allan hit an unbeaten 57 as Nelson cruised to victory.
Windhill & Daisy Hill v Gildersome & Farnley Hill
Gildersome & Farnley Hill found conditions to their liking at Busy Lane as they compiled their highest score of the season of 318-3 in their 181-run. Openers Kavan Patel (62) and John Crowther (53) set the tone with a stand of 112 which Ashley Kearsley (86no) and Ben Clay (54no) bettered with an unbroken fourth wicket stand of 150. Despite 47 from Graeme Crabtree, Windhill & Daisy Hill were dismissed for 137 with Patel (3-9) and Clay (3-16) enjoying success.
Scholes v Adwalton
Half centuries from Mohammed Ahsan (53) and Majid Khan (57) enabled Scholes to record a six-wicket win. Hadi Butt (4-26) took the only wickets to fall as the home side replied to a score of 154-5 which included 55 from Richard Patrick.
Heckmondwike & Carlinghow v Crossbank
Lewis Lockwood score 61 and took 3-16 for Crossbank Methodists but could not save them from a two-wicket defeat. Their total of 134-7 was not sufficient to prevent the home team edging home with Adnan Butt making 59 not out.
Division Three Stats of the day
Top team total: 326-4 Crossflatts v Spen Victoria
Top individual score: 115no Ben Chrispin (Crossflatts v Spen Victoria)
Best Bowling figures: 4-14 Patrick Hinchcliffe (Hunslet Nelson v Wrenthorpe)
Season’s top stats
Top team total: 313-5 East Leeds v Crossbank Methodists
Top individual score: 181no Peter Jackson (Spen Victoria v Wrenthorpe)
Best Bowling figures: 7-16 David Charles (Rodley v East Leeds)