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Salem Athletic and Bradford Gymkhana in Bradfiord Mutual Sunday School League decider
The battle for the Bradford Mutual Sunday School Group A title will go down to the last match of the season.
Both Salem Athletic and Bradford Gymkhana won, so their match next Saturday will decide the title.
Salem defeated Girlington by 25 runs, Mohammed Siraj scoring 42 of Salem's 125 before Mehr Sultan took 6-19 to help dismiss Girlington for 100. This defeat leaves last season's champions still in danger of relegation.
Bradford Gymkhana had a dramatic win against Great Horton Church but it could easily have been a defeat as they were 61-9 chasing 114 and managed to pass the score. Mohammed Shoaib was man of the match for Gymkhana with 53 not out and 4-24.
Relegation-threatened Omars gained a much-needed win over Hallfield. Hershil Patel took a remarkable 9-4 as Hallfield were all out for 78, but Omars only passed that score after losing seven wickets.
There was also some remarkable bowling in the match between Heaton and Cambing.
Waqas Butt took 5-0 in six overs as Cambing were dismissed for just 11, Zishan Khalid being the expensive bowler despite taking 5-10. Earlier Heaton had made 208-7, Kamran Mir scoring 59 and Safwaan Yousaf 40.
Finally in this division, Bradford Moor defeated Interlink by four wickets, Naeem Patel hitting 56 in Interlink's 193, Mohammed Qadeer taking 4-44.
In reply, Sohail Akram scored 100 not out as the score was passed for the loss of six wickets. This defeat does not leave Interlink mathematically safe from relegation as they play second-from-bottom Omars next week with 14 points between the teams.
Yorkshire LPS are the new leaders of Group B after they defeated Allerton by seven wickets. Allerton were all out for 110, Vivek Jayakumar then making 49 not out for LPS.
Girlington lost the lead after they were defeated by Apperley Bridge, who can still sneak the second promotion place.
Apperley Bridge scored 187, Shahid Saleem taking 4-40 but Girlington could only reply with 58, Murtaza Ali Abbas bagging 5-12.
Bowling Baptists ended Salem's hopes of a top-two finish after they defeated them by 35 runs in a low-scoring match.
Baptists made 118 as Salem Mohammed Ahmed and Shahid Iqbal took five and four wickets respectively before Salem were dismissed for 83.
Cross Roads & Daisy Hill kept up their fight against relegation with a 129-run win at Mayfield, and with one match remaining they now trail Allerton by just 11 points.
Adam Hussain scored 78 in Daisy's 218-9 and Mayfield replied with 89, Faisel Mohammed making 45 and Ian Clayton taking 4-55.
Bradford Gymkhana had a two-wicket win over Greenfield, Mazar Iqbal taking four wickets as Greenfield were all out for 86. Naveed Akram then snared five wickets as Gymkhana reached the target.
Sajid Ali scored 104 and took 4-30 as VVS Laxman confirmed their Group C title win. Laxmans scored 252-8 as Manish Patel scored 56. Great Horton Meths were then dismissed for 149, Dan Jackson top-scoring with 52 not out.
Great Horton Church secured the second promotion place after their four-wicket win over Hallfield, who made 126-8. Church passed that with six wickets down, despite Chandan Sharma's 4-32.
West Bowling are safe from relegation after their win over Mandhata. Hasan Ali took 4-27 as Mandhata were all out for 124, and Dominic Carter then scored 52 not out as Bowling reached their target for the loss of three wickets.
Cambing defeated Bradford Indians by seven wickets after Indians made 124 all out, Paraz Patel scoring 63 while Hamad Sabir took 5-25. Suheeb Afzal then hit 60 in Cambing's 129-3.
Yorkshire LPS lead Group D by 21 points after their six-wicket win over Buttershaw St Paul's, who only made 75.
Great Horton Meths are still bottom but they had a good win over Muff Field B.
First Sanjeev Kulkarno scored 50 in Meths' 166-6 and then John Bond took 6-13 as Muff Field B were dismissed for 71. Finally, Central YMCA defeated a depleted Mayfield team by seven wickets.
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