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New Farnley beat leaders by one run

New Farnley beat leaders by one run


New Farnley v Woodlands
Woodlands saw their lead at the top of the Premier Division cut to four points after losing a low-scoring encounter at New Farnley by one run. Left arm spinner Sam Barraclough (5-33) helped the home side dismiss the leaders after only posting 88-8 when they batted first. Nathan Bromby was the pick of the bowlers with 3-29.

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Jer Lane v Morley
Haroon Mahmood took 6-29 as second place Jer Lane bowled out bottom side Morley for 138 to complete a 73-run win. Adnan Mahmood (64) and Majid Khan (57), top scored in Jer Lane’s 211-9. Chris Blakeney (4-66) and Gavin Goodlad (3-46) were the pick of the Morley bowlers.

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Gomersal v Pudsey St Lawrence
Gomersal climbed out of the bottom two after bagging a maximum 20 points from their 97-run win at Oxford Road, Liam Grant proved to be their match winner with 7-34 as St Lawrence were dismissed for 133. Tony Blain (68no) and Javid Umarji (53) top scored in Gomersal’s 230-7 while Adam Frost (5-41) posed the main threat.

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Bankfoot v Bowling Old Lane
Consistent batting from Majid Khan (55), Saqib Asghar (42), Asad Hamid (41) and Abid Hurairah (39) helped Bankfoot make 266-7 as they defeated Old Lane by 57 runs. Khalil ur Rehman (74), Zahir Shah (54) and Umar Zubair (36no) battled hard for the visitors, but they were bowled out for 209

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East Bierley v Pudsey Congs
Skipper Adam Patrick took 6-38 as Pudsey Congs dismissed East Bierley for 168 to complete a 69-run win. Hamza Saeed (42) and Dan Abbott (32) led the Bierley batting while Ross Kettlewell (72), Macauley Gaunt (57no) and Mark Ferguson (34no) played lead roles as Congs scored 237-5.

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Batley v Hanging Heaton
Muhammad Tahir (58), and Asim Qayyum (60no) helped Batley chase down a Hanging Heaton score of 161 to record a seven-wicket win. Their victory was set up by Tariq Hussain (5-26) who restricted the visitors to a gettable total despite the efforts of Rob McFarlane (47) and James Byrne (30).

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Division One
Methley v Bradford & Bingley
Reece Cockshott (5-35) helped leaders Bradford & Bingley bowl out Methley for 124, Charlie Winter scoring 49, on their way to a four-wicket win. After scoring 406 runs in his previous two innings, Bingley’s Matthew Swallow was dismissed for a duck, but Jack Sharp (44) and Warren Allitt (43no) ensured their side eased home despite the efforts of Finlay Rooke (3-37).

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Cleckheaton v Farsley
Second place Farsley bowled out relegation-threatened Cleckheaton for 79 as they stormed to a nine-wicket win. Only Shamas Zahir (31) resisted for long as Ryan Blackburn (5-33) posed problems. James Hoyland was unbeaten on 45 when victory was achieved.

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Lightcliffe v Townville
Ayan Zafar (5-22) proved to be the key performer for Lightcliffe as they recorded a 14-run win. Among his victims was the free scoring Townville captain Kieran Samuels who was dismissed for one – the first time he has failed to pass 50. Alfie McMillan (31) top scorer as Townville were bowled out for 119. Earlier McMillan had taken 4-38 as Lightcliffe were dismissed for 133. Rayan Shahzad 944) top scored.

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Yeadon v Hartshead Moor
An unbeaten 65 from Daniel Hall guided Yeadon to a five-wicket win. He made sure that the good work of Kamran Khan (4-25) in bowling out Hartshead Moor for 110 didn’t go to waste. Jack Baldwin (32) top scored for Hartshead Moor while Robert Swift (3-35) was their best bowler.

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Baildon v East Ardsley
Baildon skipper Darren Wilson made a fine 113 as his side defeated east Ardsley by 72 runs. He struck a six and 13 fours while sharing in a second wicket stand of 150 with Simon McDermott (66no). George Barker added 47 to a total of 242-2. East Ardsley were dismissed for 170.

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Great Preston v Carlton
Carlton are up to fourth after securing a three-wicket win. Clark Harrison (5-51) and Heinz Petzold (3-31) helped them dismiss Great Preston for 111, James Willis making 32. Carlton were made to work hard for their win by Richard White (5-57) and needed 42 from James Cooper to edge home.

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Division Two
Brighouse v Hopton Mills
Omar Malik (50no) and Muhammad Bajwa (47) helped leaders Brighouse overhaul a Hopton Mills score of 166-8 as they secured a six-wicket win. Paul Moorhouse (73no) top scored for Mills as Zafar Mahmood took 4-51.

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Ossett v Keighley
Second place Keighley are seven points behind leaders Brighouse after securing a three-wicket win. The key to their success was bowling out Ossett for 119 with Louie Wilkinson taking 3-45. Tom Jenkinson (40) top scored for Ossett.

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Liversedge v Northowram Fields
Jacob Reeday impressed with 6-31 as Northowram Fields bowled out Liversedge for 179 to complete a 58-run win. Fakir Laker battled hard and finished unbeaten on 96.
George Bickle (71), Daniel Shahid (32) and Todd Reeday (30) were the main contributors to a Northowram Fields total of 237-9. Liversedge’s best bowlers were Mohammed Lorgat (3-49) and Julian Haworth (3-28).
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Wakefield St Michael’s v Buttershaw St Paul’s
An unbeaten 58 from Scott Smith enabled Buttershaw St Paul’s to chase down a total of 152 to secure a three-wicket win. John Holland took 3-65 for St Michael’s after top scoring with 77 in their innings. Luke Otley made 48 as all-rounder Smith picked up 4-35.

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Altofts v Sandal
Jaymes Hollingworth scored 48 and took 4-14 as Altofts eased to a 130-run win over Sandal. Adam Perry (70) helped Hollingworth swell their side’s score to 223-5. Sandal crumbled to 93 all out as Hollingworth and David Robson (4-33) posed most of the problems.

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Division Three
Wrenthorpe v East Leeds
Leaders East Leeds secured a one-wicket win in a nail-biting finish. Rajab Ali (34) and Noor Ahmed (30) were the top scorers as they edged past Wrenthorpe’s total of 149-8. Antony Wilkinson (4-26) posed the biggest threat for Wrenthorpe who were boosted by Shafin Khan (38no) and Antony Wilkinson (35no) against a bowling attack in which Shamoon Mushtaq (4-50) impressed.

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Crossflatts v Heckmondwike & Carlinghow
Qamar Shahzad (67), Javed Iqbal (51) and Ishtiaq Hussain (48) helped Heckmondwike & Carlinghow chase down second place Crossflatts score of 212-7 to win by four wickets with two balls to spare. Ben Chrispin (70) and Steve Broughton (59no) were the best of the Crossflatts batter as Hussain picked up 3-34.

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Scholes v Spen Victoria
Richard West (4-21) posed problems for his old club as Scholes secured a seven-wicket win. Only Peter Jackson (30) made a meaningful contribution as Spen Victoria were bowled out for 107. Neil Kellett made 39 as Scholes cruised to victory.

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Hunslet Nelson v Crossbank Methodists
Crossbank Methodists climbed off the bottom of the table after defeating Hunslet Nelson by four runs to register their first win. Bowlers Joseph Hampshaw (4-29), and Simon Copland (3-24) were the men who made it possible. Joseph Hanson (34) and Martin Sellers (30no) top scored when Crossbank made 130-7 batting first.

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Gildersome & Farnley Hill v Rodley
Alex Wilson impressed with 5-26 as Rodley bowled out Gildersome & Farnley Hill for 147 to complete a 47-run victory. Jonny Walker (44) and Gareth Mattheson (37) top scored for the losers while good knocks from John Waterfield (52no) and Elliott Tattersall (48) enabled Rodley to make 193-8. Maddy Jamil (3-34) and Tanzeel Khan (3-44) were the pick of the Gildersome & Farnley Hill bowlers.

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Windhill & Daisy Hill v Adwalton
Graeme Crabtree (74) and Rizwan Bhatti (61) shared a second wicket stand of 111 but could not save Windhill & Daisy Hill from a 51-run defeat. They finished on 168-5 in reply to Adwalton’s 219-5 which featured knocks from Chris Curtis (88), Mark Palfreeman (31) and Subhan Butt (31).

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