web banner bradford cricket leagueDY.jpg

Holders New Farnley recover from early shocks to win

Holders New Farnley recover from early shocks to win

Holders New Farnley secured their place in the last eight of the Solly Sports Heavy Woollen Cup with a 95-run win over Bradford & Bingley.

They recovered from 34-4 to make 176 thanks to Alex Lilley (45) and Gurman Randhawa (34no) before bowling out the home side for 81 with Usman Arshad taking 3-21.

Woodlands piled up the day’s biggest score of 339-5 in their 141-run win over Pudsey Congs. Muhammad Bilal (74no), Tom Clee (73), Brad Schmulian (72) and Tim Jackson (59) piled on the agony for the bowlers.

Yohan Mendis (65no), Rishi Chopra (52no) and Sabir Mahmood (38) provided the bulk of the Congs total of 198-3.

Last season’s beaten finalists Townville had a comfortable seven-wicket win over Ossett who they bowled out for 101. Conor Harvey (3-26) was the pick of Townville’s bowlers.

Beck Frostick made an unbeaten 84 and Owen Smith (40) as Barnsley Woolley Miners scored a five-wicket win over Barkisland who they bowled out for 201. Luke Bridge top scored with 61 for Barkisland while Oliver Jackson (4-28) was the best of the Barnsley bowlers.

Huddersfield Leaguers Scholes, who were beaten semi-finalists last year, secured their place in the quarter finals with a 94-run win over Shelley.

Mitchell Slattery (67), Yaasar Imtiaz (62) and Ben Birkhead (42) helped Scholes post a total of 279-6 as Faisal Usman picked up 3-39. Harvey Jones top scored with 74 in Shelley’s score of 185. Wasim Javed (4-40) was the most successful Scholes bowler.

Spencer galleries.jpg
Podcast web.jpg



Morley have taken over at the top of the Premier Division after defeating bottom team Bankfoot by...

Tom Clee_edited.jpg

It has been a doubly successful Bank Holiday for Woodlands, New Farnley Townville and Pudsey St...

BJCL U13 2023.jpg

It was a winning double in the Bank Holiday Monday sunshine as both our teams had convincing...

View all news »