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Woodlands stretch their advantage

Woodlands stretch their advantage

Woodlands v Bankfoot
Woodlands extended their lead in the Premier Division to 19 points with a comfortable six-wicket win. Cieran Garner (4-26), Kieran Rodger (3-47) and Nathan Bromby (3-53) shared the wickets as Bankfoot were bowled out for 173, a total boosted by the efforts of Abu Hurrairah (57) and Subaan Ammar (30). Nathan Bromby (61no), Garner (46) and Jack Bleazard (44) guided the leaders to their victory target

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Hanging Heaton v Jer Lane
Second place Jer Lane had a nail-biting six-run win over defending champions Hanging Heaton.
Adnan Mahmood (53), Haseeb Rehman (49) and Aezaz Dar (31) helped them post a total of 197 despite the efforts of Jack Rich (5-53) and Chris Goodair (3-65). The same two players, Goodair (47) and Rich (35) led the Hanging Heaton reply which saw them bowled out for 191 with Nasir Chowdrey taking 3-16.
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Pudsey St Lawrence v New Farnley
Joe Bedford (50no) and Sam Barraclough (35no) guided third place New Farnley to a four-wicket win at Tofts Road. Adam Carass (5-69) bowled well but could not prevent the visitors from overhauling the St Lawrence total of 178-7. Brian Devine top scored with 66 and Jonty Mighell made 35 not out while left arm spinner Barraclough picked up 4-41.

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Bowling Old Lane v East Bierley
A century from Zahir Shah enabled Old Lane to chase down an East Bierley total of 270-5 to secure victory. Shah made exactly 100 and was backed up by Shahid Alishan (77) and Farhad Khan (38no). Hamza Saaed (86) and Ross Monaghan (73) were again the best of the East Bierley batsmen.

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Morley v Gomersal
Liam Grant was in fine all-round form as Gomersal won the battle of the bottom two by five wickets. After taking 6-67 as Morley made 217-9, Grant followed up with a knock of 55 as he and Ben Ford (46no) led their run chase. For Morley, Gavin Goodlad (85) and his son Bailey (30) top scored.

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Pudsey Congs v Batley
There was a tight finish at the Britannia Ground with Batley edging victory by four runs. They were indebted to Hassan Abbas (54no) and Raja Immi (37) for getting them to a total of 217-7. George Gardner (67) and Liam Stanhope (33) gave Congs hope but their side fell agonisingly short of the Batley score as they finished on 213-7.

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Premier Division Stats of the day
Top team total: 274-3 Bowling Old Lane v East Bierley
Top individual score: 100 Zahir Shah (Bowling Old Lane v East Bierley)
Best Bowling figures: 6-67 Liam Grant (Gomersal v Morley)
Season’s top stats
Top team total: 291-8 New Farnley v Jer Lane
Top individual score: 147 Adnan Mahmood (Jer Lane v Bowling Old Lane)
Best Bowling figures: 6-5 Adam Frost (Pudsey St Lawrence v Morley)
Division One
Bradford & Bingley v Great Preston


Matthew Swallow (above) smashed 221 off just 96 balls to record the highest individual score of the season as Bradford & Bingley recorded the highest total of 444 on their way to the biggest winning margin of the campaign when they dismissed Great Preston for 72 to secure a 372-run victory. Swallow struck 10 sixes and 34 fours and was joined in a fifth wicket stand of 217 with Matthew Keeton (74). Jack Sharp (59) and Warren Allitt (34) added to the run spree. The persevering Richard White took 5-81 for Great Preston who were skittled out in reply by James swallow (-4) and James Dobson (3-11).

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Farsley v Yeadon
Richard Sutcliffe made important contributions with bat and ball as second place Farsley recorded a 77-run win. He made 75 as Farsley scored 290-9, a total which included contributions from Adam Slater (44), Tom Moss (39), and Matty Binns (32). Sutcliffe followed up with 4-45 as Yeadon were bowled out for 213. Skipper David Machell (58) and Ethan Elsworth (33) were the top scorers for the visitors while Seth Pickering (3-45) and Abu-Bakar Siddiq (3-55) were their best bowlers.

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Townville v Methley 
Skipper Kieran Samuels, above, took his runs tally of league runs for the season to 566 with an unbeaten 71 as third place Townville eased to a seven-wicket win over Methley. Ian Jones (31) gave good support as Methley’s modest score of 132 was overhauled. Robert Clegg (37) and Ian Ellis (32) top scored as Alfie McMillan (3-24) and Niall Charles (3-34) took the bowling honours.

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Carlton v Cleckheaton
James Cooper (84) and Daniel Wilbor (55) helped Carlton to pose a score of 258-7 in their 89-run win over lowly Cleckheaton.  Hudson Rowan (3-65) and James Ives (3-63) were the pick of the bowlers for the visitors. Feroz Hussain (51) was the only Cleckheaton batsman to get going as they were dismissed for 169 with Liam Morris taking 3-27 and Will Hayton (3-46).

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East Ardsley v Lightcliffe
Unbeaten half centuries from Rayhan Shahzad (56no) and David Knight (54no) enabled Lightcliffe to overhaul an East Ardsley score of 184-9 to win by six wickets. Ashley Chapman (61) and Harry Appleyard (37) top scored for the home side against a bowling attack in which Marcus Kelly took 3-44 and Ryan Beeforth (3-71).

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Hartshead Moor v Baildon
Hartshead Moor remain rooted to the bottom after being bowled out by 90 to lose by 120 runs. George Barker (71) and Stefan Mather (64no) helped Baildon to their total of 210-4.

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Division One Stats of the day
Top team total: 444 Bradford & Bingley v Great Preston
Top individual score: 221 Matthew Swallow (Bradford & Bingley v Great Preston)
Best Bowling figures: 5-81 Richard White (Great Preston v Bradford & Bingley)
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

Sandal v Brighouse
Zafar Mahmood (6-31) took his tally of wickets for the season to 27 with his third five-wicket haul as Brighouse recorded a three-wicket win which takes them to the top of the table. Will Henshall (43) and Ian Shuttleworth (39) lacked support as Sandal were all out for 113. Shahroze Bukhari (4-29) posed problems for Brighouse, but Azhar Tariq (44no) got them home.

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Keighley v Liversedge
Keighley moved in to second place by bowling out Liversedge for 98 to set up an eight-wicket win. Awais Khan (4-9) and Louie Wilkinson (3-19) did much of the damage as only Matthew Pickard (31) made an impression. Humayan Shahzad (53) helped Keighley ease to their target.

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Northowram Fields v Birstall

Northowram Fields dropped from first to third after suffering a seven-wicket defeat at the hands of Birstall. Adam Eustace (4-61) and Daniel Marlow (3-27) helped Birstall restrict Northowram Fields to 153-9, Steve Elliott top scoring with 50. Marlow followed up with 38, Aamir Malik (35no) and Sam Isles (30) as Birstall secured victory.

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Hopton Mills v Ossett
Gurnoor Singh (55no) and Aaron Dyer (40) guided Ossett to a six-wicket win after Hopton Mills had been dismissed for 134. Andrew Moorhouse (34) top scored as Tom Jenkinson (4-45) proved to be the best of Ossett’s bowlers.

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Buttershaw St Paul’s v Altofts
Jaymes Hollingworth impressed with 7-56 as Altofts secured a 10-run win by bowling out Buttershaw St Paul’s for 123. Dave Robson (37) top scored as Altofts made 133 batting first. Scott Smith (3-24) and Dan Bolland (3-32) were the best of the St Paul’s bowlers.

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Undercliffe v Wakefield St Michael’s

Abdul Hamid (3-22) and Usman Fareed (3-4) helped Undercliffe dismiss St Michael’s for 88 to secure a 106-run win. Fareed (31) and Mohammad Tahas (31no) top scored for Undercliffe while John Holland (3-46) was he best of the St Michael’s bowlers.

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Division Two Stats of the day
Top team total
: 194-9 Undercliffe v Wakefield St Michael’s
Top individual score: 55no Gurnoor Singh (Ossett v Hopton Mills)
Best Bowling figures: 7-56 Jaymes Hollingworth (Altofts v Buttershaw St Paul’s)
Season’s top stats
Top team total: 311-2 Hopton Mills v Buttershaw St Paul’s
Top individual score: 152no Lewis Moore (Northowram Fields v Hopton Mills)
Best Bowling figures: 9-33 Zafar Mahmood (Brighouse v Keighley)  

Division Three

East Leeds v Crossflatts
Zahid Tarvaz hit 93 and took 4-40 as leaders East Leeds won the top-of-the-table clash with Crossflatts by 41 runs. Noor Ahmed (59) gave Tarvaz support as East Leeds scored 221-8 against a bowling attack in which Charlotte Boulton took 3-61. Ben Crispin (73no), Alex Bradbury (39) and Ben Hinchcliffe (30) led the Crossflatts response of 180. Shamoon Mushtaq (4-43) backed up the efforts of Tarvaz with the ball.

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Heckmondwike & Carlinghow v Scholes
Javed Iqbal (7-34) bowled Heckmondwike & Carlinghow to a 66-run win. Scholes were dismissed for 135 with Neil Kellett (40) top scoring as they replied to a Heckmondwike & Carlinghow total of 201-7 which included good knocks from Asad Ejaz (72no) and Imran Akhtar (51no). The best of the bowlers for Scholes were Finley Townsend (3-34) and Jack Blakeley (3-64)

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Adwalton v Wrenthorpe
Wrenthorpe skipper Nathan Ellis made 100 but could not save his side from a five-run defeat. Ellis struck four sixes and 14 fours and was backed up by Patrick Green (48) and Ismail Khan (35) as Wrenthorpe were bowled out for 245 in reply to Adwalton’s 250-7. Ajami Sherwani (86) and Craig Wright (53) led the way while Green (4-53) was the pick of the bowlers.

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Rodley v Windhill & Daisy Hill
Perry Lewty took 6-39 as Rodley bowled out Windhill & Daisy Hill for 103 to complete a 74-run win. Batting first, Rodley made 177-8 with Daniel Hill (55no), Graham Rawlin (43) and Elliott Tattersall (30) leading the way. Windhill’s best bowlers were Owen Parker (4-40), Mohammad Haneef (3-33).

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Crossbank Methodists v Gildersome & Farnley Hill
Bottom team Crossbank Methodists were bowled out for 60 as they slumped to a seven-wicket defeat. David Farrell (6-27) and Chris Dawson (4-24) did the damage.

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Spen Victoria v Hunslet Nelson 
Thomas Hendry led the way with 110, one six and 14 fours, as Hunslet Nelson scored 290-9 at Spen Lane to set up a 147-run win. Dan Brooke-Mawson (36) gave him support while Haris Mahmood (4-51) posed the main threat. Spen skipper Peter Jackson made 71 to take his tally of runs for the season to 499 but his side were bowled out for 133 with Sulaimaan Shah (4-38) and Alex Rose (4-23) leading the way.

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Division Three Stats of the day

Top team total:
250-7 Adwalton v Wrenthorpe
Top individual score: 110 Thomas Hendry (Hunslet Nelson v Spen Victoria)
Best Bowling figures: 7-34 Javed Iqbal (Heckmondwike & Carlinghow v Scholes)
Season’s top stats
Top team total: 313-5 East Leeds v Crossbank Methodists
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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