GREAT Horton Church, who included four under-15s, have recorded their first win of the season in Group A of the BRADFORD MUTUAL SUNDAY SCHOOL LEAGUE.

Church scored 185-9, with Savaiz Bashir (51) and Meseum Nisar (37no) leading the way as Bhavin D Patel (3-41) and Mehul Patel (3-37) made life difficult.

Yorkshire LPS were then all out for 141, with Ishtiaq Raza taking 3-31.

Leaders Salem Athletic continued their unbeaten run, beating Omar's by seven wickets.

Omar's were all out for 98, with Azhar Ali taking 4-28, and Salem cruised to 99-3, with Hafeez Rehman scoring 49.

Hallfield moved into second place after beating Bradford Gymkhana by 30 runs in a rain-affected game.

Gymkhana elected to field and Hallfield scored 186-4 in 38 overs, with Zeshan Kazmi making 69.

In reply Bradford Gymkhana were out for 156 in 31 overs, with Shezad Khalid scoring 58.

Apperley Bridge are third place after their defeat against Interlink in a game that was reduced to 34 overs per side. Bridge scored 187-9 in 34 overs, with Yasir Shehzad making a rapid 52 off 58 balls and Hassan Zeb 35 off 31, with Mohammed Memi taking 3-52.

In reply, Interlink scored 190-4 in 30.1 overs, with Ismail Adam (69no) and Zeeshan Bacha (63) sharing a fourth- wicket partnership of 120, despite Zaka Ullah bagging 3-51 for Bridge.

Bradford Moor gained a winning draw against Girlington.

Moor scored 149-6, with Sohail Akram unbeaten on 93.

Girlington then scored 127-7, with Masroor Ahmed taking 4-27.

Cambing also got a winning draw after being dismissed for 151, with Israr Ali taking 7-52 for Friends, who replied with 119-8.

Bradford Moor remain top of Group B after a losing draw against Salem Athletic, who were all out for 166 in 38 overs, with Raja Mansoor taking 3-41.

Moor then held out for the draw with 110-8 in 38 overs, with Majid Rehman bagging 4-27.

Greenfield remain second after their game against Denholme Clough was abandoned.

Greenfield decided to bat, scoring 137-7 in 31 overs, before the heavens opened and no further play was possible.

Girlington beat TABS by one wicket in a rain-affected game.

TABS made 152-6 in 34 overs, with Ali Raza scoring 66.

In reply, Girlington scored 153-9 in 33 overs, with Qayum Nasir scoring 41 and Tahir Qazi taking 3-15.

Great Horton Church defeated Bowling Baptists by 75 runs after making 192-7, with Faizan Khalid hitting 50 and Waqas Ali taking 5-38.

Zaheer Hussain then took 5-5 as Baptists were bowled out for 177.

Hallfield beat Cambing by four wickets in a game that was reduced to 35 overs per side.

Cambing were all out for 150, with Shahbaz Ishaq (3-15) and Sohail Butt (3-18) doing well Hallfield.

They then scored 152-6, with Shahbaz Ishaq unbeaten on 75, despite Junaid Khan's 4-21.

The game between Bradford Gymkhana and Allerton was affected by rain, with Gymkhana scoring 186-3 off 30.3 overs before the innings was interrupted by rain, with Mohammed Sarwar (68) and Mohammed Saleem (39) doing best.

Allerton's innings was further reduced to 20 overs due to rain and they scored 126-8, with Zubair Ahmed taking 4-21.

Bradford Indians remain top of Group C after beating Allerton by 94 runs in game reduced to 35 overs per side. Indians scored 217-8, with the main contributions coming from Pravin Patil (89) and Guruwinder Singh (52) as Ahmed Rehman took 3-40.

Allerton were then all out for 123 all out, with Abhisek Mitral (3-26) and Harpratap Singh (3-36) the chief wicket-takers.

Greenfield stay second after defeating Yorkshire LPS by 70 runs.

Greenfield were all out for 144 (Viral Patel 4-38) before LPS were castled for 74, with Shafqat Zaheer taking 6-29.

West Bowling got a winning draw against Central YMCA after scoring 154-6 declared after 37 overs.

Bowling were struggling at 84-6 before Chris Carter (64no) and skipper Anjum Munir (37no) put on an unbroken 70-run partnership for the seventh wicket, with Rey Bredav taking 4-29.

YMCA held out for draw at 112-9 off 43 overs, with Matthew Davies scoring 55 and Aaqib Hussain taking 4-23.

The game between Great Horton Meths and Bowling Baptist was abandoned due to rain after Baptists had scored 109-9, with 15 year old Daniel Wiseman taking a brilliant one-handed catch.