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New Farnley do double over Jer Lane

New Farnley do double over Jer Lane


Premier Division
New Farnley v Jer Lane

New Farnley defeated leaders Jer Lane for the second time this season as they climbed to third in the Premier Division with a 10-run win on Sunday.
Sam Barraclough was the key man for New Farnley. After top scoring with 33 as his side made 172-9, he followed up with a fine spell of left arm spin bowling which saw him return figures of 4-23 from his 15 overs.
Nasir Chowdrey (36) top scored for Jer Lane as they were bowled out for 161. Arslaan Mahmood (3-27) and Asad Khan (3-34) had earlier been the pick of their bowlers.
Despite their defeat, Jer Lane extended their lead over Woodlands to 17 points, although they no longer have a game in hand.

New Farnley v Gomersal
New Farnley had opened their weekend with a seven-wicket win over Gomersal. Skipper Andy Langley (3-13) and Sam Barraclough (3-21) led the way as they bowled out their opponents for 98. Joe Pyrah scored 30 as New Farnley cruised to victory.

Pudsey Congs v Jer Lane
Pudsey Congs’ 15-year-old opener Hassan Butt hit his maiden Bradford Premier League century but it was not quite enough to prevent his side from a two-wicket defeat against the league leaders. Butt struck two sixes and 10 fours in his 100 not out as he helped his side make 203-8. Bobby Khan took 3-48 for Jer Lane.
The Pudsey Congs bowlers made Jer Lane fight for their win which was eventually secured with 10 balls to spare. Adnan Mahmood (50) and Asad Khan (34no) were their top scorers. Skipper Adam Patrick took 3-51 for Congs.

Woodlands v East Bierley
Woodlands added to East Bierley’s relegation woes as they inflicted an eight-wicket defeat on them. Dan Abbott (36) and Nick Firth (30) tried to lift their side, but they were dismissed for 143 with Nathan Bromby (4-41) and Josh Griffin (4-50) doing much of the damage.
Title-chasing Woodlands were sped to victory by the experienced duo of Nicky Rushworth (59no) and Cieran Garner (46).

Bowling Old Lane v Batley
Huzaifah Patel (6-24) helped Batley secure a 51-run win over Bowling Old Lane. His efforts enabled Batley to dismiss their rivals for 200 despite the determined efforts of Khalil Ur-Rehman (82) and Zubair Najib (37).
Haseeb Hashmi (48), Zahoor Hussain (44 and Hashim Khan (41) provided the bulk of the Batley score of 251. Zubair Najib (4-39) and Muhammed Muaaz (4-69) were the best of the Old Lane bowlers.
BOL 200 Khalil Ur Rehman (82), Zubair Najib (37), Huzaifah Patel (6-24)

Hanging Heaton v Morley
Morley lifted themselves off the bottom of the table thanks to the eight bonus points they earned from a battling performance which ended in them losing by 15 runs.
The defending champions made 252-6 with Will Rich (50), Craig Russell (40), Finn Morgan (40no) and, Rob McFarlane (38) all making good contributions as Harish Krishnesh (3-33) proved to be the best of the Morley bowlers.
Morley’s reply of 237-9 featured 48 from Aryan Singh plus 41 from Krishnesh and 32 by Ed Hutchinson. Spinner Jamie Baulk (5-66) and Morgan (3-46) took the bowling honours.

Pudsey St Lawrence v Bankfoot
Ricky Priestley scored 52 and took 4-29 as Pudsey St Lawrence defeated Bankfoot by 124 runs. Sam Johnson (46) supported Priestley as the Saints scored 239 despite some good bowling from Samad Rahman (4-54). Bankfoot were bowled out for 115.

Premier Division Stats of the day
Top team total: 252-6 Hanging Heaton v Morley
Top individual score: 100no Hassan Butt (Pudsey Congs v Jer Lane)
Best Bowling figures: 6-24
Huzaifah Patel
(Batley v 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
Carlton v Farsley

Mukdas Mohammad produced a match-winning spell of 6-19 as leaders Farsley bowled out Carlton for 70 to set up a nine-wicket win. Tom Schofield (38) was the only player to resist for long. James Hoyland (43no) powered Farsley to their modest victory target.

Baildon v Yeadon
George Baker hit an unbeaten 65 to guide Baildon to a five-wicket win. The Jenny Lane side had earlier bowled out Yeadon for 143 with Stefan Mather (3-18) and Haris Hussain (3-45) among the wickets.

Hartshead Moor v Lightcliffe
Ryan Beeforth returned figures of 6-49 as Lightcliffe bowled out Hartshead Moor for 183 to complete a 16-run win. Robert Swift (53) and Jack Baldwin (40) battled hard but could not save their side from defeat.
Opener William Leach (88) and David Knight (60) helped Lightcliffe make 199 despite the efforts of ), Callum Heath (4-40) and Swift (3-91)

East Ardsley v Methley
East Ardsley eased themselves further away from relegation danger with a 72-run win. Their success owed much to the bowling of Adam Zahid (4-45), Ben Smith (3-10) and Steve Blow (3-43) as Methley were bowled out for 104, Robert Clegg making 30.
The east Ardsley total of 176 saw Tom Daniels (32) and Ashley Battye (31) make useful contributions as Clegg (4-31) and Charlie Winter (3-44) provided the main threat.

Townville v Great Preston
Half centuries from Charlie Sykes (54) and Ian Jones (52) were backed up by Niall Charles (47) and Alistair Ward (39) as Townville made 253-9 on their way to an 82-run win over Great Preston.
Bottom team Great Preston were dismissed for 171 as Niall Charles picked up 4-24 with his leg spin. Brett Hardacre (60) and Luke Kane (44) top scored for Great Preston.

Division One Stats of the day
Top team total:
253-9 Townville v Great Preston
Top individual score: 88 William Leach (Lightcliffe v Hartshead Moor)
Best Bowling figures: 6-19
Mukdas Mohammad (Farsley v Carlton)
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
Buttershaw St Paul’s v Brighouse

Kabeer Hussain (5-24) helped leader Brighouse bowl out Buttershaw St Paul’s for 112 before edging to a three-wicket win. Jack Conway made an unbeaten 53 for St Paul’s but crucially lacked support. Mohammed Majid made 30 as Brighouse bagged their 15th win.

Undercliffe v Buttershaw St Paul’s
Undercliffe are now second, 54 points behind Brighouse, after recording their second win of the weekend in Sunday’s re-arrange game. The home side did not have things all their own way and were reduced to 25-5 when they replied to the St Paul’s score of 121 before Amaan Ali (59no) and Usman Fareed (33no) saw them home without further loss. Dan Bolland was the bowler who caused the early problems with 3-28.
Undercliffe v Altofts
Undercliffe got their double weekend off to a good start with a seven-wicket victory over promotion rivals Altofts After Amaan Ali (3-20), Abdul Hamid (3-29) and Rayyan Azeem (3-18) had dismissed Altofts for 130, Sam Denison top scoring with 49, Undercliffe captain Nick Sugden (69no) and Hufzaifah Azam (42) added 109 for the third wicket as their side bagged 20 points.

Liversedge v Ossett
Antony Mullaney made a fine 102, an innings containing 20 fours, as Liversedge made 217 in their 17-run win over Ossett. Lee Stevenson (3-23) and Luke Watson (3-30) were the most successful bowlers.
Steve Coulthard (81) and Ben Squires (56) shared a fifth wicket stand of 133 in Ossett’s total of 200 all out. Riyaz Motala (3-31) and Jaideep Dhangar (3-37) sealed the win for Liversedge.

Keighley v Birstall
Mohammed Abbas (4-4) and Stephen Butterfield (3-37) helped Keighley bowl out Birstall for 97 as they cruised to an eight-wicket triumph. Dominic Cleghorn (45) battled hard but lacked support.
Lucas Kaslinka (49no) and Mohammed Hussain (33no) ensured Keighley eased to their modest target.

Northowram Fields v Wakefield St Michael’s
Lewis Moore (44), Daniel Shahid (38no) and Josh Dodd (36) helped Northowram Fields complete a five-wicket win over Wakefield St Michael’s.
Richard Fenwick (49) top scored in the St Michael’s total of 170 as Ayaan Shahid (4-5) and Sam Walker (3-65) took the bowling honours.

Sandal v Hopton Mills
Bowlers Amjid Sadiq (4-48) and Shahroze Bukhari (3-49 set Sandal on course for a six-wicket victory. They helped bowl out Hopton Mills for 125 despite 41 from Gary Senior. John Bowett (46) and Chris Gibson (32) ensured that Sandal won with some ease.

Division Two Stats of the day
Top team total:
217 Liversedge v Ossett
Top individual score: 102 Antony Mullaney (Liversedge v Ossett
Best Bowling figures: 4-4 Muhammad Abbas (Keighley v Birstall)
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
Adwalton v Crossflatts

Dan Trowers (131) and Ben Hinchcliffe (115) shared a second wicket stand of 220 as leaders Crossflatts ran up a score of 373-6 in their 162-run win. Hinchcliffe hit five sixes and 16 fours while Trowers struck two sixes and 22 fours. Ben Chrispin joined in the run spree with an unbeaten 73 from 37 balls. The only bowler to emerge from the carnage with his figures intact was Hadi Butt (4-40).
Butt (38) was also top scorer as Adwalton were bowled out for 111 with Charlotte Boulton taking 3-27.

East Leeds v Heckmondwike & Carlinghow
Second place East Leeds were another side who found themselves chasing leather. Their opponents Heckmondwike & Carlinghow scored 305-9 with Taimoor Aziz striking 11 sixes and six fours while making 106. Saleem Akhtar (53) shared an opening stand of 142 with Aziz before Ahmad Butt (50) and Asad Ejaz (43) piled on the agony. Shamoon Mushtaq (5-70) and Shamraiz Hussain (4-69) shared the wickets to fall.
East Leeds were bowled out for 194 when they replied. Mushtaq was their top scorer as Javed Iqbal picked up 3-25.

Crossbank Methodists v East Leeds
East Leeds returned to winning ways on Sunday but were made to battle for their 12-run success. After being bowled out for 135 with Julian Haworth (3-16) and Joseph Hampshaw (3-40) leading the way, Crossbank batsman Lewis Lockwood threatened to win the game for his side. He made 82 but with him went his side’s hopes when he was dismissed. Shamoon Mushtaq (4-12) and Shamraiz Hussain (3-36) saved the day for East Leeds.

Hunslet Nelson v Scholes
Hunslet Nelson kept their promotion challenge going with a comfortable seven-wicket win. Wicketkeeper Thomas Hendry made 69 not out and Omar Aziz (33) as they overhauled a Scholes total of 187. Finlay Townsend (48) and Muhammad Awais (36) top scored for Scholes as Patrick Hinchcliffe returned figures of 3-40.

Spen Victoria v Gildersome & Farnley Hill
Kavan Patel produced the division’s best bowling figures of the season as he helped Gildersome & Farnley Hill secure a 14-run win. Patel took 8-30 as his side managed to defend a modest total of 132. In which that man Patel made 30. Yusuf Kayat (3-28) was the best of Spen’s bowlers while Louis Jackson (31) was their top scorer.

Crossbank Methodists v Windhill & Daisy Hill
Theo Hanson (5-24) and Julian Haworth (4-29) helped bowl out Windhill & Daisy Hill for 78 as Crossbank Methodists recorded a six-wicket win. Opener Simon Copland was unbeaten on 33 when victory was achieved.

Rodley v Wrenthorpe
Sachin Brar (94) helped Rodley post a total of 175-9 in their 47-run win over Wrenthorpe. Ben Purdy (3-32) was the best of the Wrenthorpe bowlers while skipper Nathan Ellis (64) was again their top scorer as they were dismissed for 128. Perry Lewty finished with 3-24.

Division Three Stats of the day
Top team total: 
373-6 Crossflatts v Adwalton
Top individual score: 131
Dan Trowers (Crossflatts v Adwalton)
Best Bowling figures: 8-30 Kavan Patel (Gildersome & Farnley Hill v Spen Victoria)
Season’s top stats
Top team total: 373-6 Crossflatts v Adwalton
Top individual score: 181no Peter Jackson (Spen Victoria v Wrenthorpe)
Best Bowling figures: 8-30 Kavan Patel (Gildersome & Farnley Hill v Spen Victoria)

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