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Hanging Heaton bowl out Pudsey Congs for 29

Hanging Heaton bowl out Pudsey Congs for 29

Hanging Heaton, East Bierley and Morley recorded Premier Division victories on a day when the weather disrupted the programme once again.

Jordan Geldart took 5-14 and Chris Goodair (4-1) as Hanging Heaton bowled out Pudsey Congs for just 29. Jamie Baulk made an unbeaten 29 as Hanging Heaton raced to a 10-wicket win.

Gavin Goodlad impressed with 7-30 as Morley skittled Pudsey St Lawrence for 72 on their way to a 10 wicket win. Richard Winn (55no) sped Morley to their modest victory target.

Yeadon remain rooted to the bottom of the table after being bowled out for just 59 by East Bierley with James Higgins taking 5-21 while Wayne Robinson picked up 3-6. Ross Monaghan made 33 as East Bierley stormed to as nine-wicket success.

New Farnley skipper Chris Sowden hit an100 not out in his side's abandoned game with Batley. Sowden struck six sixes and nine fours as he help0ed his side recover from 49-6 to make 203-7. Batley were 38-0 in nine over when rai brought an early end to play.

Leaders Woodlands made 120-7 before rain brought an early end to their clash with Baildon at Jenny Lane. Jack Bleazard top scored with 45 while Adam Sayed took 5-30 for Baildon before play was halted.

Ahsan Alishan (53) and Faizan Haider (38) helped Bowling Old Lane to 194-6 before their match with Lightcliffe was abandoned.

Championship One

There were no winners in Championship One so Northowram fields and East Ardsley remain in the top two positions after another rain-hit day.

Half-centuries by Ben Grech (70) and Callum Phillipson (51) helped Northowram Fields to make 193 against Carlton. Tom Ward (4-46) and Will Hayton (3-50) were the best of the bowler for Carlton who were 1-0 when rain halted play.

It was a similar story for East Bierley as they made 193-6 in their game with Ossett. Ashley Chapman (81) and Matthew Redgwick (39) were their top scorers. Rain prevented the Ossett reply from getting under way.

Ben Waite's solid all-round performance wasn’t quite enough for Methley to force victory against Farsley. He took 4-37 as the Red Laners were bowled out for 142 and followed up with 44 as his side made 125-7 in their reply.

Mohammed Abdul Wahab impressed with 7-17 as Undercliffe bowled out Keighley for 85 before the rain prevented any further play.

Bradford & Bingley looked to be heading for victory when they bowled out Gomersal for 74, but the weather restricted their reply to 10 overs in which they scored 58-3.

Eddie Hoyle (30) top scored for Gomersal as they were troubled by the bowling of Muhammed Shakoor (5-21) and Zaid Saleem (3-28).

Bankfoot were bowled out for 102 by Cleckheaton as Joe Wood took 4-35 and Alex Midgley (3-22). The rain prevented Cleckheaton from starting their innings.

Championship Two

Skipper Chris Allen made a century for Spen Victoria in their match with Altofts on  a day when the rain was the only winner.

Allen hit three sixes and 13 fours as he helped his side to a total of 167-8 against a bowling attack in which Elliot Carter took 3-55 and Jack Palmer (3-44). Altofts were 3-1 when the match was abandoned.

Matt Dyson and Zulfikar Mohammed both scored 47 as Birstall scored 206 against Jer Lane before the weather intervened. Nasir Chowdrey took 5-65 for Jer Lane.

Wakefield St Michael's secured a 66-run win when they bowled out 10-man  Wrenthorpe tafter making182-3 batting first. Zaeem Zulfiqar impressed with an unbeaten 103, an innings containing 13 fours, while Martin Bramley made 40 for St Michael's.

Opener Haseen Bashir top scored with 49 for Wrenthorpe while Alex Hale (4-20) proved to be the best of the St Michael's bowlers.

The match between Liversedge and Oulton was looking set for a tight finish before the weather brought it to a premature close.

Archie White took 4-15 and Alan Winn (4-27) as Oulton dismissed Liversedge for 77, but Oulton were 7-2 when the game was halted.

Great Preston had Scholes on the ropes at 96-9 when play was abandoned. James Gahan posed the main threat with 4-24.

Mohammed Siddique made an unbeaten n32 as Brighouse scored 128-7 before their encounter with Hopton Mills was rained off, while Hartshead Moor were 21-2 in reply to Townville's 91 when their game was halted.

The aptly name John Waterfield took 6-45 as Rodley dismissed East Leeds for 174 before their match was abandoned.

Despite Waterfield's efforts, East Leeds made 174 with Sam Thewlis and Shamoon Mushtaq both making 50. Rodley were 8-0 when play was halted.

Adam Holt's 59 was the high point of Heckmondwike & Carlinghow's 131 against Adwalton. Gary Lewsley took 4-27 for Adwalton who were 9-0 when the match was abandoned.

Sandal's Colin Hale (50no), Scott Fairbrass (41) and Jim Davis (41no) helped them to 185-5 before reducing Undercliffe to 63-6 in their weather-shortened reply.

Gildersome & Daisy Hill were bowled out for 117 against Hunslet Nelson as Daniel Brook-Mawson took 3-29. Nelson were 54-3 when rain won the day.