SALEM Athletic, Bradford Moor YCA and Bradford Indians are the new divisional leaders after a weekend of change in the Bradford Mutual Sunday School League.

In Group A, Salem forged clear by beating Yorkshire Friends by six wickets.

Friends were dismissed for 110, with Sohail Qayyum taking 5-33 before Athletic replied with 112-4.

Apperley Bridge moved into second place, continuing their good form by beating Omars by 114 runs.

Bridge scored 247-6 in 40 overs, with Hasan Zeb hitting a blistering 94 off 59 balls, including six sixes, and Mohammed Junaid 44 off 68 balls.

Omars were then out for 133 in 27.3 overs, with Mohammed Akif taking 5-39.

Hallfield moved into third place after an 89-run victory over Great Horton Church.

After winning the toss, Hallfield scored 289-9, with openers Syed Zeeshan Kazmi (70) and Muhammad Asim (50) laying the foundations in a partnership of 119.

They were supported by Fraz Mirza (42) and Shahid Mehmood (50) as Adnan Shafiq and Ishtiaq Raza took four wickets each.

In reply, Church were dismissed for 200, with skipper Asad Abbas leading the response with 42, Mehmood completing an all-round performance by taking 4-75.

Bradford Moor beat Interlink by 62 runs after making 175-8, with Zeeshan Bacha taking 3-36.

Interlink were then dismissed for 113 off 29 overs, with Masroor Ahmed taking 4-40 and Zafar Mahmood 3-24.

Girlington made 177 (Manzar Naqvi 42) but it wasn't enough as Bradford Gymkhana won by five wickets, with Luqman Yousaf hitting 40 and Mohammed Jehangir 44.

Cambing may have regretted batting against Yorkshire LPS, being castled for 72 in 24 overs (Ryan Patel 4-14,. Mehul Patel 4-16) before LPS made 73-3 in just 13 overs.

In Group B, Bradford Moor beat Hallfield by eight wickets, dismissing them for 99 in 31.1 overs, with Ahsan Ali Shah taking 4-24 and Shezad Ahmed 3-13.

Asif Munir then scored 53 as Moor cruised to 103-2 in 13.5 overs.

Greenfield remain second, despite losing to Salem Athletic, who scored 227-8, of which Mohammed Awais made 69.

Greenfield were then all out for 92 in 27.3 overs, giving Salem a victory by 135 runs.

Denholme Clough move into third after beating TABS by 38 runs.

Clough were bowled out for 128, with Shezad Ashraf taking 4-28, but TABS were all out for 90, with Muhammad Nadeem bagging 6-23.

Also on the rise are Girlington, who are up to fourth after defeating Bradford Gymkhana by 16 runs.

Girlington were all out for 103 (Anees Ahmed 5-11) but Gymkhana could only make 87 (Quyyum Khan Nasir 5-26).

Meanwhile, Bowling Baptists recorded their first victory of the season, beating Cambing by five wickets.

Cambing won the toss but were back in the pavilion for 76 in 25.2 overs, and Baptists scored 80-5 off 22.1 overs.

Great Horton Church defeated Allerton by four wickets, with the latter dismissed for 132 (Ekbal Hussain 40, Zahir Hussain 4-24, Wajid Bostan 3-28).

In reply, an unbeaten 49 from Nazaqat Ali guided Church to 136-6, with Ekbal Hussain taking 3-43.

In Group C, Bradford Indians lead the way after beating Greenfield by two runs in an exciting top-of-the-table clash. Indians elected to bat and were all out for 143 in 29.5 overs, with Harpratap Singh scoring 59 and Imran Khan taking 4-27).

Greenfield B were then all out for 141 in 38 overs, with Khurram Shehzad scoring 46 and Muhammed Asif taking 4-18.

West Bowling remain third place after a winning draw against Bowling Baptists.

Bowling opted to bat but were forced onto the back foot early on at 36-5 before a sixth-wicket partnership of 115 between Hassan Ali (93) and Ashley Carter (47no) and an unbroken eighth-wicket stand of 75 between Ashley Carter and Haroon Hussain helped them reach 229-7 of 40 overs, with Asad Jamal Khan taking 4-39.

In reply, Baptists held out for a losing draw at 128-5, with Khan scoring 38.

Yorkshire LPS beat Allerton by seven wickets, easily chasing down's Allerton's 185 (Jahangir Bostan 44, Viral Patel 5-39).

LPS replied with 188-3 in 24.3 overs, with Kalyaan Chakerbaty (52) and Patel (94) sharing a partnership of 138.

Central YMCA beat Great Horton Meths by 14 runs after scoring 113-6 off 40 overs.

Meths were all out for 102 in 38.3 overs, with Ian Davies taking 5-22.