THERE was a run feast in the Bradford Mutual Sunday School League at Park Avenue.
In a Group A game that went down to the last over, Apperley Bridge made scored 241-8 off their 40 overs, skipper Mohammed Junaid (79) and Salman Khawaja (71) sharing a fourth-wicket partnership of 115.
In reply, Irfan Jamader (79) and Mohammed Datta (74) set the foundation for Interlink with an opening stand of 143, helping them to score 242-6, reaching their target with three balls to spare.
Omars have moved into second after an eight-wicket win over Great Horton Church.
Church were all out for 91, Chetan Patel taking 6-7 before Saad Mirza's unbeaten 53 in Omars' 93-2.
Bradford Moor remain third, despite losing to Yorkshire LPS by two wickets.
Moor scored 196-9 (Masroor Ahmed 60) and LPS 197-8, Tahir Abbas scoring 44, and in-form Ali Ghazanfer 43.
Girlington gained a winning draw in the mid-table clash against Bradford Gymkhana.
After opting to bat, Girlington made 211-9 (Zahid Khaliq 89, Kamran Mir 57), Gymkhana holding out for a draw with 181-9 (Shezad Khalid 89no).
Allerton beat Hallfield by five wickets in a game of 578 runs.
Hallfield chose to bat and scored 287-7, with Khalil Ur Rehman (73) being supported by Shujjah Khan (72), Ahmed Fraz Mirza (54) and Sajid Mahmood (44).
However, that wasn't enough as Allerton replied with 291-5 (N Hussain 88, Tariq Rashid 50no, Mahboob Hussain 49).
Salem Athletic, who made 200 (Mohammed Siyaad 64, Sher Khan 48, Waseem Khan 4-41, including a hat-trick), are top of Group B after beating Yorkshire Friends by 119 runs.
Then Mohammed Siraj, who had previously been in form with the bat, took 5-6 as Frends were skittled for 81.
Mayfield are second after beating Bowling Baptists by 148 runs.
Zaheer and Naveed Hussain both made 50 in Mayfield's 262-7 before Baptists were rolled over for 114.
Gymkhana, who made 140 (M Saeed 43, Adnan Bhatti 5-34), are third after beating Hallfield by one run, despite 55 from Shabhaz Ishaq.
In a match between depleted sides, Parkside beat Cambing by 140 runs.
Ten-man Parkside were out for 238 (Ozair Afsar 104no, Amid Khan 46) and eight-man Cambing were castled for 98.
Great Horton Church B beat rivals Girlington by 95 runs.
Church scored 203-6 (Aaqib Hussain 53, Adnan Shafique 53) to Girlington's 108 as Shafique completed an all-round performance by taking four wickets for Churcxh, as did M Abdul Wahab.
In Group C, Denholme Clough beat Mandhata by 99 runs in the top-of-the-table clash.
Mandhata elected to field and Clough were all out for 162 in 38.5 overs, with Naresh Patel taking 4-17.
Mandhata were all out for 63 in 17 .4 overs as Waqas Ali took 4-16.
Cambing moved into third place after beating Bowling Baptists by five wickets.
Baptists were dismissed for 89 in 21.1 overs, and an unbeaten 58 from Majid Ali helped Cambing to 94-5 in 27.4 overs.
TABS are fourth after making 179-8 (M Saleem 51) in a winning draw against Mayfield, who replied with 149-7 (Palvinder Kumar 4-27).
Ahsan Ali Shah was an all-round star for Bradford Moor against Bradford Indians, who were beaten by 177 runs after opting to bowl.
Moor scored 283-9, with Shah (131) and Abid Ali (86no) sharing a partnership of 180 for the eight wicket.
Shan then took 4-28 as Indians were dismissed for 106.
In Group D, Salem beat ten-man Great Horton Meths by 100 runs after being all out for 167 in 39.3 overs (Mehr Sultan 73).
Meths were all out for 67 in 19 overs, collapsing from 27-1 to 41-8 before reviving somewhat.
Muff Field A are joint top after beating Yorkshire LPS by seven wickets.
LPS were all out for 158 (Kalyan Chakraverthy 57) and Muff Field replied with 159-3 (Frank Powell 50, Alex Pearson 41no).
Greenfield are joint top after beating Muff Field B by 149 runs.
Mazar Iqbal, supported by Kamran Khaliq (44), made 131 not out in Greenfield's 285-6, and Muff Field were all out for 136 (Touseef Ahmed 40, Ibrar Hussain 4-31).
Allerton move into third place after beating West Bowling by nine wickets.
Bowling were all out for 80 (Gurpreet Romana 5-16), and Allerton scored 82-1.
Central YMCA move into fourth place after beating Great Horton Meths by 55 runs.
YMCA chose to bat but only scored 108 in 32.2 overs.
Meths were all out for 53 in 20 overs as Craig Devanney (5–27) and Alex Stephenson (4-22) shared the wickets.