BRADFORD Moor are back on top of Group B of the Bradford Mutual Sunday School League after beating Great Horton Church by four wickets.

Church were all out for 187 off 38 overs, with Nazaqat Ali scoring 43 and Sajid Ali taking 5-40.

Moor then made 192-6 off only 28 overs, Syed Ahsan Ali Shah making 45 as Nazakat Ali bagged 3-45.

Denholme Clough slipped to second after their defeat to Bowling Baptists.

Clough were all out for 200 off 37.1 overs, Mohammed Adeem scoring 51 as Shazaid Yousaf (3-38) and Asad Jamal (3-40) did best for Baptists.

Bowling were struggling at 32-3 before they were revived by a partnership of 128 between Azir Gulzar (73) and Alyas Rashid (74) helped Bowling to reach the finishing line at 202-6 off 36.2 overs.

Girlington beat Allerton by nine runs after being all out for 160, with Qayum Nassir scoring 39 and Rashid Mahmood 38 as Shabaz Hussain took 5-37.

Allerton were then all out for 151, with Faizan Shah scoring 58.

There was a runfest at Cambing, where Greenfield gained a winning draw.

Greenfield scored a mammoth 356-6, with Adeel Ahmed (86) and Nadeem Rathore (98) sharing a third-wicket partnership of 163, and Sohail Javed also contributing with an unbeaten 53.

Majid Ali took 3-67 for Cambing and then scored 131, adding 200 with Yasir Ali (82) for the third wicket in 18.2 overs, in their 313-6 as Taimur Qureshi (3-57) and Adeel Ahmed (3-30) shared the wickets.

Hallfield B beat TABS by one run in a thriller after making 223 in 39.5 overs, with Neeloy Datta (46) and Sohail Butt (47) doing the best as Palwinder Kumar bagged 4-57.

TABS were reeling on 71-7 before a 143-run eighth-wicket partnership between Nadeem Ahmed (113no) and Shahzad Ashraf (19) helped them to recover before they were all out for 222 off 39.5 overs as Fraz Ali took 3-57.

Much more clear cut was Salem Athletic's victory over Bradford Gymkhana.

Salem were all out for 218 in 39 overs but Gymkhana could only make 115, 56 of which were scored by Mohammed Sarwar as Majid Ur Rehman (4-41) and Shahid Iqbal (5-13) took the wickets for Salem.

As we approach the midway point of the season, Salem Athletic are comfortably top of Group A after beating Bradford Gymkhana by 33 runs.

Gymkhana elected to field, bowling out Salem for 148 in 40 overs, with Khalil Ur Rehman scoring 38 as Amir Raja (3-39) and Babar Hafeez (3-41) took the wickets for Gymkhana.

Gymkhana were then bowled out for 115 in 31 overs, Gulfraz Ahmed scoring 46 as Azhar Ali (4-44) and Mohammed Siraj (3-26) cashed in.

Hallfield remain second, despite a losing draw against third-placed Interlink, who were all out for 242 in 40 overs as Ismail Adam (82) and Mohammed Data (38) put on 111 for the third wicket.

Mohammad Asim (3-23) and Murtaza Noor (3-29) were among the wickets for Hallfield, who had their target increased after Interlink were awarded five penalty runs to make the total 216-9.

Hallfield openers Zeeshan Kazmi (63) and Mohammad Asim shared a partnership of 97 before Mohammed Memi (3-69) and Ebrahim Bismillah (3-19) got among the wickets.

Apperley Bridge gained a winning draw against Yorkshire LPS after making 248 in 39.5 overs, with Tariq Rashid scoring 66 off 73 balls and Rehaan Mohammed an unbeaten 44 off 33.

Mehul Patel bagged 5-49 for LPS, who replied with 188-7 as Ghazanfer Ali scored 39, while Zaka Ullah took 3-39.

Bradford Moor beat Yorkshire Friends comfortably, making 257-7, with Sohail Akram unbeaten on 94.

Yorkshire Friends were then castled for 50, thanks to Zafar Mahmood (6-15) and Abdul Hamid (3-17).

Omar's beat Girlington by three wickets after the latter made 160 (Mushtaq Hussain 38).

Naeem Iqbal then made a match-winning 72 in Omar's 162-7, despite Majid Zia's 5-27.

Great Horton Church defeated Cambing by 95 runs after making 226 (Mohammed Saad Mahmood 55, Muhammed Zada 3-21, Amir Shah 3-24).

Cambing were then all out for 131, with Adnaan Shafique taking 5-29.

Greenfield remain top of Group C after beating Bowling Baptists by 93 runs.

Murtaza Ali (71no) and Mazhar Iqbal (66no) shared a partnership of 150 for the sixth wicket in Greenfield's 265-5, despite Traiq Mahmood's 5-40.

Baptists were then all out for 172 off 39.1 overs, with Javed Bashir scoring 51 as Shafqat Zaheer (4-30) and Murtaza Ali (3-27) got among the wickets for Greenfield.

West Bowling stayed second after beating Allerton by 130 runs.

Bowling scored 239-6 declared after 37 overs, with Aaqib Hussain (61) and Hassan Ali (51) putting on 98 for the fourth wicket, with Joe A'Herne chipping in with 37 as Rahat Khalil took 3-44.

Allerton could only reply with 109 in 16 overs, with Farahat Ullah hitting 88 as Mohammed Rafiq (4-16) and Anjum Munir (3-51) shared the wickets.

Great Horton Meths beat Central YMCA by eight wickets after the latter were dismissed for 91 off 27.1 overs, with Meths making 92-5 off 23.2 overs.

Bradford Indians defeated Yorkshire LPS by four wickets after the latter were dismissed for 75, with Abhisek Mitra (4-17) and Muhammad Nouman Ul-Haq (3-23) restricting LPS.

Indians then scored 76-6, despite Vinod Patel (3-26) and Kalyan Chakraverthi (3-19).