Holders Hanging Heaton have reached the semi-finals of the JW Lees T20 Cup after defeating Undercliffe by 26 runs in a repeat of last year's final.
Nick Connolly (31) and Ben Kohler-Cadmore 30) top scored as Hanging Heaton made 176-8 when they batted first.
Undercliffe's overseas player Khalid Usman took 2-12 in four economival overs and he followed up byhitting 51 as his side replied with 150-7,
Hanging Heaton will be joined by Methley and Farsley who secured their places last week. Methley defeated Baildon by eight wickets while Farsley defeated New Farnley by 17 runs.
The match at Methley was reduced to 12 overs per side after severe traffic delays on the M62. Simon Bailey scored 55 as Baildon made115-6, but that total was easily passed by the home side.
Marcus Walmsley (52no) and Adal Islam (51no) guided their side home with an unbroken third-wicket stand of 103 after their side had lost two wickets cheaply,
Farsley skipper Ryan Cooper is more noted for his batting but he proved to be his side's most-successful bowler with 3-16 as New Farnley were dismissed for 110 in reply to the Red Lane side's 127. Dand Hodgson (32) top scored for Farsley.
Top picture: Hanging Heaton batsman Ben Kohler-Cadmore.