Outstanding individual and team performances
SF Barnes of Saltaire took the highest number of wickets in a season, 122, and recorded the lowest average of 4.10. His full analysis was 247overs 63maidens 501runs 122wickets.
SF Barnes won the bowling averages for a record ninth successive year
A record attendance of 6,400 watched Bowling Old Lane play Saltaire. The receipts were £176-8s-0d
C Grimshaw won the league batting and bowling averages.He scored 478 runs at an average of 47.80 and claimed 60 wkts at an average of 6.38.
Windhill won a record fifth successive league title. Saltaire (Division B) were unbeaten in league and cup 22 wins and 1 draw.
A Bastow (63wickets, average 6.96 and T Mitchell (78 wicket, average 8.94) shared all of the wickets taken by Lidget Green, the only occasion this feat has been achieved.
T Goddard (1stXI) and A Goddard (2ndXI) both took hat-ricks on the same day for Saltaire.
B Jenkinson of Lidget Green won the WH Foster Bowling Trophy to complete a unique hat-trick having won the WH Foster Batting Trophy in 1957 and the AB Waddington Fielding Trophy in1958
Percy Watson recorded best ever bowling figures of 10-11 for Spen Victoria against Yeadon
Bingley became the only club to do the double double. The 1stXI won the league and Priestley Cup while the 2ndXI won the league and Priestley Shield.
Manningham Mills and Salts tied both their league encounters.
Ronnie Hudson of Hanging Heaton scored the first double century, 201.
Chris Gott of Pudsey St Lawrence hit six sixes in an over from Paul Whitaker of Undercliffe.
Azam Khan of Hartshead Moor hits a new league record score of 214 against Ben Rhydding
Chris Pickles scored 1,000 runs in a season for a record fifth time.
Grant Lambert of Spen Victoria scored a record seven centuries in a season as he made a record aggregate of 1683 runs.
Undercliffe openers Mark Gilliver (165no) & Mark Chapman (117no) set a new league record partnership for any wicket when they put on an undefeated 304 against Gomersal.
Pudsey Congs equalled Windhill's record of five successive league championships.
Alex Stead of Pudsey St Lawrence scored 100no and took a hat-trick against Bankfoot
Richard Whitehurst (Gomersal) reduces fastest 50 from 16 to 11 balls
Chris Taylor (Lightcliffe) 1,000 runs in 14 innings
Mally Nicholson (Cleckheaton) wins Division One keeping for fourth year running
Richard McCarthy (Bradford & Bingley) reaches 1,000 league wickets
Richard Robinson (Keighley) becomes first batsman to reach 16,000 league runs
Fakhar Hussain of Windhill equals league record score of 214 against Great Horton
Richard Gould of Gomersal sets new league record score of 218 against Great Horton
Richard Robinson of Keighley passes 17,000 career runs
Ashley Metcalfe of Farsley is second batsman to reach 16,000 career runs
Richard Gould of Gomersal passes 15,000 career runs
Hanging Heaton's John Carruthers reaches 1,000 career wickets.
Bankfoot's Greg Colehan reaches 1,000 career wickets.
Lightcliffe's Alex Lees smashes league record 227not out against Bradford & Bingley
Kershaski John Lewis scored league record 237no for Carlton v Jer Lane
Mushtaq Ahmed of Baildon takes his 1,000th Bradford League wicket against Morley