BRADFORD Moor remain top of Group B in the BRADFORD MUTUAL SUNDAY SCHOOL LEAGUE, despite losing to second-place Greenfield by 25 runs.

Moor decided to field, bowling out Greenfield for 168 in 34 overs, with Sohail Javed (47) and Taimoor Syed (41) doing best for Greenfield as Ahsan Ali Shah took 4-25 for Moor.

The latter were then all out for 143 off 44 overs, with Sher Alam Khan bagging 3-23.

Denholme Clough remain third after beating Girlington by 11 runs.

Clough were all out for a modest 96 off 27.3 overs, but Girlington were castled for 85 in 22.4 overs, with Muhammad Adeem taking 6-35.

Bradford Gymkhana gained a winning draw against Bowling Baptists.

Gymkhana scored 170-9 in 40 overs, with Shaizad Yousaf collecting 4-41, and Baptists made 150-6 in 40 overs, Craig Williams being unbeaten on 45.

Cambing B, like Girlington, were dismissed for 85, this time in 26.5 overs, with Mehr Sultan doing most of the damage with 5-24.

Salem Athletic B had earlier been all out for 134 in 29.5 overs, with Jonaid Khan taking 3-48.

Hallfield beat Great Horton Church by 119 runs after making 287-7 off 40 overs, with Shabaz Ishaq (88), Haroon Rashid (76) and Fraz Ali (57) weighing in as Sajad Ahmed took 4-51.

Church were then all out for 168, with Sajad Ahmed scoring 53 and Chandan Sharma taking 4-12 for Hallfield.

TABS, who made 237-6 (Muhammad Rizwan 86no), gained a winning draw against Allerton, who replied with 149-8 (Fauzan Shah 42) off 40 overs.

Salem Athletic are top of Group A and remain undefeated after beating Cambing by 10 wickets.

Cambing were out for 123, with Mohammed Faizaan taking 7-35.

Salem then scored 127-0, with Mohammed Hamdaan (73no) and Hafiz Rahman (41no) steering Salem home.

Hallfield remain second after beating Bradford Moor by five wickets in a high-scoring game.

Bradford Moor elected to bat and scored 233-9 (Sohail Akram 41, Shahid Mehmood 5-60), but Hallfield replied with 234-5 as Murtaza Noor (60) and Muhammad Asim (57), who hit four successive big sixes, shared a third-wicket stand of 105.

Mohammed Imran took 3-36 for Moor.

Interlink moved into third after a thrilling but narrow win over Omar's in a derby at Park Avenue.

Omar's were dismissed for 152 in 31 overs after being sent in (Mubashar Hassan 42, Awais Khan 7-42).

In reply, Interlink scored 153-9 off 40 overs, with Hammad Shahid taking 4-16.

Apperley Bridge remain fourth, despite losing to Girlington.

Bridge, after struggling at 43-4, were all out for 223 in 35.3 overs, being revived by a fifth-wicket partnership between Hasan Zeb (65 off 75 balls) and skipper Mohammed Junaid (35 off 30 balls), laying the foundation for No 11 Zaka Ullah to score a blistering 44 off 24 balls.

Manzar Naqvi took 3-21 Girlington, who 198-8 at one stage but secured victory in a nail-biting finish by scoring 227-9.

Naqvi (65) and Farhad Raja (45) scored the runs for Girlington, with Ullah completing an all-round performance by taking 3-48.

Great Horton Church slipped into the relegation zone after losing to Yorkshire Friends by one wicket.

Church, who elected to bat, were all out for 105 after 25 overs, with Shiraz Ahmed taking 5-17.

Yorkshire Friends then just crossed the finishing line with 107-9 off 21.4 overs, with Mohammed Abbas taking 6-10.

Bradford Gymkhana beat Yorkshire LPS by 120 runs after making 227, with contributions from Shazad Khalid (52) and Babar Hafeez (60) as Bhavin D Patel took 3-54.

LPS were then all out for 107, with Shazad Khalid and Asif Asim each taking three cheap wickets.

Greenfield are on top of Group C after beating Allerton by 148 runs, scoring an impressive 296-5 (Murtaza Ali 102no off 28 deliveries, Mazhar Iqbal 69no).

Allerton were all out for 148 in 32 overs, with Shafqat Zaheer taking 4-43.

Bowling Baptists beat Yorkshire LPS by 55 runs, having made 210-9 after winning the toss.

LPS were then all out for 155, with Gaz Bashir taking 6-28.

Great Horton Meths recorded their first win of the season after beating Central YMCA by seven wickets.

YMCA were all out for 98, and Meths replied with 99-3, of which Paul Butterfield made 44.