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Mahmood in seven heaven for Jer Lane

Mahmood in seven heaven for Jer Lane


Premier Division
Jer Lane v Bowling Old Lane

Jer Lane extended their lead in the Premier Division title race to 12 points with a comfortable 140-run win over Bowling Old Lane. Arslaan Mahmood proved to be their match winner with 7-41 as he and Ijy Dar (3-57) combined to dismiss Old Lane for 102, Zeeshan Haider making 37.
Adnan Mahmood continued his good form when the leaders batted first. Mahmood made 91no and was joined in a second wicket stand of 102 by Haris Butt.

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Batley v Woodlands
Second place Woodlands bowled out Batley for 108 before cruising to a six-wicket win. Kieran Rodger (5-14) and Cieran Garner (3-34) did the damage.

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Gomersal v Hanging Heaton
Finn Morgan produced an outstanding all-round performance as Hanging Heaton secured a four-wicket win. Morgan took 5-35 as Gomersal were bowled out for 199 with Tony Blain making 62 and Ben Ford (38). Hanging Heaton were given a revised target of 186 from 46 overs and they were guided to their target by Morgan (85). Joel Pollard was the best of the Gomersal bowlers with 3-34.

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Morley v Pudsey Congs
Hassan Butt (59no) and Ayaan Khokhar (44no) helped Congs cruise to their revised target of 135 after rain reduced the length of their innings by 10 overs. Bottom team Morley had made 194-6 when they batted first with Gavin Goodlad (56) and Ed Hutchinson (45) leading the way as Khokhar (3-36) proved to be the best bowler for Congs.

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East Bierley v Pudsey St Lawrence
East Bierley remain rooted in the bottom two after suffering a three-wicket defeat. Batting first they made 204 thanks to Dan Abbott (53), Hamza Saeed (37) and Sam Wilby (34) as Joshua Allinson picked up 3-36. St Lawrence were set a revised target of 176 in 39 overs, and they were guided to their target by Aaron Day (54no) and Curtis Hardaker (43). Wayne Robinson (3-44) and Reece Clark (3-70).

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Bankfoot v New Farnley
The match was abandoned due to the presence of travellers in an adjoining field.
Premier Division Stats of the day
Top team total:
 242-5 Jer Lane v Bowling Old Lane
Top individual score: 91no Adnan Mahmood (Jer Lane v Bowling Old Lane)
Best Bowling figures: 7-41 Arslaan Mahmood (Jer Lane Bowling Old Lane)
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: 7-41 Arslaan Mahmood (Jer Lane Bowling Old Lane)
Division One
Farsley v Bradford & Bingley

Farsley extended their lead in the title race to 36 points with an emphatic eight-wicket win over second place Bradford & Bingley. James Hoyland (79no) and Mohammad Atif (67) added 104 for Farsley as they eased past their rivals’ score of 161-8. Warren Allitt (38) and Reece Cockshott (37) were Bradford & Bingley’s top scorers as Richard Sutcliffe took 3-28.

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Yeadon v Carlton
Third place Carlton kept their promotion hopes alive with a79-run win which enabled them to close the gap between themselves and second place Bradford & Bingley to 79 runs. William Hayton (4-43) helped them dismiss the home side for 1110 with Simeon Pickering making 37. Adam Hayton (39) and Thomas Ward (32) top scored in Carlton’s 189 as Patrick Parker picked up 3-52.

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Great Preston v East Ardsley
East Ardsley climbed out of the bottom two and added to Great Preston’s relegation as they defeated them by 131 runs. Ashley Battye (94), Adam Zahid (40) and Ben Smith (39) helped their side make 277-6 before Joe Hall (5-37) and Carey Calvert (3-30) bowled out Great Preston for 146.

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Lightcliffe v Baildon
Haris Hussain (6-41) and Stefan Mather (3-23) helped Baildon dismiss Lightcliffe for 96 to complete a 126-run win. Simon McDermott (76) and Samuel Woledge-Wilkinson (53) were top scorers as the Jenny Lane side scored 222 despite the efforts of Ryan Beeforth (5-50) and Marcus Kelly (3-82).

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Cleckheaton v Townville
Babar Malik (74no) and Hudson Rowan (41) helped Cleckheaton make 171-8 before rain reduced Townville’s target to 124 in 44 overs which they achieved with five wickets down.

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Methley v Hartshead Moor
Hartshead Moor dropped back into the bottom two after being bowled out for just 63 as Robert Clegg took 3-15. Jake Smart was unbeaten on 31 when Methley edged home by eight wickets.

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Division One Stats of the day
Top team total:
277-6 East Ardsley v Great Preston
Top individual score: 94 Ashley Battye (East Ardsley v Great Preston)
Best Bowling figures: 6-41 Haris Hussain (Baildon v Lightcliffe)
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)
Division Two
Brighouse v Undercliffe

Zafar Mahmood (6-11) became the first bowler in the league to reach 50 wickets this season when leaders Brighouse bowled out Undercliffe for the season’s lowest score of 21 as they stormed to a nine-wicket win which extended their lead to 44 points.

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Altofts v Northowram Fields
Darren Sharp (7-29) provided the cutting edge as second place Altofts bowled out Northowram Fields for 82 before racing to an eight-wicket win. Jaymes Hollingworth made 33.

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Ossett v Sandal
Sandal hit the division’s highest score of the day as they made 254 in their 87-run win over Ossett. John Bowett (71, Chris Gibson (45) and Amjid Sadiq (36) were the main contributors as Steve Coulthard picked up 4-64. Ossett were bowled out for 167 with Leigh Learie scoring 53. Sadiq (4-64) and Kashif Najam (3-59) were the pick of the bowlers.

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Hopton Mills v Buttershaw St Paul’s
Stephen Bland hit an unbeaten 63 to guide Hopton Mills to an eight-wicket win over Buttershaw St Paul’s who made 115-9. Clark Bolton top scored with 40 for St Paul’s as Myles Auty picked up 3-25.

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Wakefield St Michael’s v Keighley
Wakefield St Michael’s forfeited the match when they were unable to field a side.
Birstall v Liversedge
Ashraf Karolia (89) and Frances Lonsdale (39) shared a second wicket stand of 108 as Liversedge chased down a revised target of 196 from 35 overs after rain. Birstall made 218 before the weather intervened with Aamir Malik making 76 and Adam Eustace (51). Jaideep Dhangar took 4-34 and Reuben Shuttleworth (3-96) for Liversedge.

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Division Two Stats of the day
Top team total:
254 Sandal v Ossett
Top individual score: 89 Ashraf Karolia (Liversedge v Birstall)
Best Bowling figures: 7-29 Darren Sharp (Altofts v Northowram Fields)
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)
Division Three
Crossflatts v Rodley

Charlotte Boulton took her tally of league wickets to 55 this season by taking7-21 as she helped leaders Crossflatts to defeat Rodley for 60 to complete a 171-run win. Boulton is the highest wicket taker in all divisions of the league, and she ensured that the good work of Dan Trowers (86), Lee Bailey (46), Michael Bailey (37) and Saleem Akhtar (33) which enabled her side to score 231-6 didn’t go to waste. Trowers and Lee Bailey shared a second wicket partnership of 124

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Scholes v East Leeds
East Leeds boosted their promotion challenge with a 136-run win over Scholes. Shamoon Mushtaq (63), Shamas Hussain (54), Shahzaib Ayub (46) and Rajab Ali (36) helped them to make 249-6 before restricting Scholes to 113-9, Mohammad Abdullah top scored with 33 as Rajab Ali picked up 3-41.

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Wrenthorpe v Crossbank Methodists
Wrenthorpe bowled out Crossbank Methodists for 70 as they eased to an eight-wicket win. Nathan Ellis (4-27) and Moiz Baig (4-21) were the pick of the Wrenthorpe bowlers before Shafin Khan (36no) saw them to their target.

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Gildersome & Farnley Hill v Hunslet Nelson
Hunslet Nelson are just one point behind second place East Leeds after defeating Gildersome & Farnley Hill by seven wickets. Thomas Hendry made 52no and Joe Smith (36) as Nelson chased down the home side’s 180-5 which included an unbeaten 50 from Gareth Matheson.

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Windhill & Daisy Hill v Spen Victoria
The father and son combination of Peter and Louis Jackson were in the runs as Spen Victoria recorded a 34-run win. Dad Peter took his tally of league runs for the season to 934 with 51 while Louis scored 52 in a total of 194-9. Owen Parkin (3-56) and Phil Drake (3-61) were the best of the Windhill & Daisy Hill bowlers. Drake (35) and Dan Gibson (35) top scored as the home side made 10 with Razab Raja taking 3-36 and Louis Jackson (3-51).

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Heckmondwike & Carlinghow v Adwalton
Heckmondwike & Carlinghow’s batsmen helped their side score 249-7 as they defeated Adwalton by 143 runs. Taimoor Aziz (74), Asad Ejaz (54), Saleem Akhtar (38) and Kamran Khan (32) as Hadi Butt picked up 4-50. Luke Hembrow (34) top scored as Adwalton replied with 106-9. Khan was the best of the bowlers with 3-30.

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Spen Victoria v Heckmondwike & Carlinghow
Adnan Butt (4-31) and Kristian Rowan (3-11) helped Heckmondwike & Carlinghow bowl out Spen Victoria for 91 as they competed a 54-run win. Razab Raja top scored for Spen after earlier taking3-50. Asad Ejaz (34) and Saleem Akhtar (33) helped Heckmondwike & Carlinghow make 145 as Yusuf Kayat picked up 3-40.

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Division Three Stats of the day
Top team total:
 249-6 East Leeds v Scholes
Top individual score: 86 Dan Trowers (Crossflatts v Rodley)
Best Bowling figures: 7-21 Charlotte Boulton (Crossflatts v Rodley)
Season’s top stats
Top team total:
 363-7 East Leeds v Adwalton
Top individual score: 181no Peter Jackson (Spen Victoria v Wrenthorpe)
Best Bowling figures: 7-16 David Charles (Rodley v East Leeds)

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