DALES Council League A Division leaders Thornbury have lost for the first time this season.

After bowling out Savile Stars for 145 (Uzmat Munir 3-15, Waqas Abbas 3-39) at Sands Lane, they were dismissed for 90, with skipper Shakil Khan taking 6-32.

Leeds Sikh are the new front-runners after scoring 293-7 (Matty Waller 6-66) at Station Road, with Harjeet Sembhi (134no) and David Musoke (69) putting on 173 for the fourth wicket, before bowling out Drighlington for 127 (Vajinder Singh 3-19).

There was a closer contest at the Karmand Centre, where Halifax Direct recovered from 14-3 to make 210-7 (Ansar Mehmood 65, Tahir Raza 40, Hassan Patel 34, Abdul Sattar 30no) before bowling out Crompark for 174 (Syed Hashmi 45, Chowdhury Intzar Mahmood 42, Raza 3-40).

Leeds Caribbean were also high scorers, making 289 (Wesley Bell 66, Ubaid Zia 52, Rajab Ali 50, Abdul Rashid 3-54, Shams Ullah Dost 3-70) at the Scott Hall Oval before holding New Wortley to 199-9 (Sulaimaan Amin 55no, Naveed Piran 4-35, Naveed Anwar 4-49).

However, the Cookridge revival was halted after they were bowled out for 199 (Waqas Ali 33, Dominic Wyatt 33, Akeel Ali Zulfiqar 3-19) at Meanwood Road by Bradford Moor who replied with 200-4 (Owais Khan 52no, Asif Mahmood 34, Adil Wahid 33no).

This match was interrupted by a Cookridge player being taken to hospital with low blood pressure, but he later recovered.

At Clariant, Farsley were bowled out for 105 by Woodhouse, who won by four wickets.

In contrast to their first team, Thornbury B remain unbeaten in B Division when, after amassing 277 (Mohammed Sudase 66, Janghier Hussain Shah 41, Omar Hassan 33) at Daleside Road, they dismissed Adel for 154 (Kanhu Charan Pattnayak 38, Josh Gorner 30, Mohammed Anwar 3-20).

Mayfield travelled to Fulneck and bowled out Pudsey Congs for 140 (Richard Edwards 58, Paul Cuthbertson 4-10, Mohammed Faisal 3-14) and then replied with 145-5, thanks to an unbeaten 96 from Ansar Mahmood, to stay second.

Cookridge B remain third after making 200-7 (Mahsood Akhtar 50no, Fahid Jabbar 47, Rameez Khan 44, Keith Marsden 3-32) at Smithy Lane and then dismissing Pudsey St Lawrence for 110 (Khan 4-30).

An unbeaten third-wicket partnership of 107 by Faisal Chaudry (57no) and Talat Mahmood (50no) at Sunnybank saw Halifax Direct B to an eight-wicket win after bowling out Muff Field for 145 (Karl Burkinshaw 52, Alan Broadbent 32, Aqeel Ahmed 4-42, Zaib Ali 3-26).

At Gledhow, Drighlington B scored 142 (David Evans 46, Aidan Dunne 32), and then Bhaven Mistry had the best bowling figures of the day (7-53) to dismiss Leeds Sikh B for 89.

Baildon made it three wins out of four at Richmond House School by bowling out St Chads Broomfield for only 58 and replying with 60-2.

In C Division, there was another century partnership – 103 between Lee Burke (110) and Simon Hogan (46) followed by 98 between Burke and skipper Richard Morton (59) – as Tong Park Esholt made 277-7 declared (Frank Powell 4-50) against nine-man Muff Field B at Low Springs.

The latter replied with 141 (Mudin Modak 45no, Talha Bismillah 40).

Shipley Providence went second after scoring 213-8 before bowling out home side Morley for 195.

Leeds Caribbean made 215 (Minal Fulzele 50, Adam Ali 42, Waqar Ahmed 39) at Mayfield Terrace.

Hosts Mayfield were then bowled out for 164, with 17-year-old Gurveer Singh batting throughout the innings for an unbeaten 51, which was his maiden half century, and Adrian Shockett contributing 34 as Ahmed took 3-17.

'Mr Extras' weighed in with 38, including 27 byes.

There was one worrying incident when Mayfield's Mohammed Munir was struck in the head when fielding, suffering a suspected fractured cheekbone and eye socket.