APPERLEY Bridge frustrated Bradford Mutual Sunday School League leaders Salem Athletic by claiming a losing draw.

Salem scored 242-7 off their 40 overs, with Mohammed Faizan (58) and Khalil Rehman (56) contributing with the bat.

In reply, Bridge scored 125-9, with Zahid Qayuum scoring a resilient 72 not out off 133 balls, despite Mohammed Faizan taking 3-30.

Interlink have moved into second after beating Yorkshire Friends by 37 runs.

Openers Fazal Wazir (44) and Mohammed Memi (45) put on 77 but Interlink were bowled out for 144 in 35 overs as Wasim Khan (3-39) and Mohammed Saghir (3-25) cashed in.

Friends were then all out for 107 in 29 overs, with Mumrez Khan taking 4-18.

Bradford Moor climbed into third after being awarded the game when Cambing were unable to raise a team.

Bradford Gymkhana beat Great Horton Church by seven wickets, despite Church making 168, with Asad Abbas scoring 57 and Lukman Yousaf taking 4-52.

Gymkhana then breezed it with 171-3 off 28.3 overs, with Mohammad Jahngir unbeaten on 83.

Yorkshire LPS beat Girlington by 58 runs after scoring 247-5, with Ghazanfor Ali (89) and Tahir Abbas (64) leading the way.

Majid Zia took 3-39 for Girlington, who were all out for 189, with Manzar Naqvi scoring 45 and wicket-keeper Mushtaq Hussain 38.

There was a close, low-scoring encounter at Woodhall Playing Fields, where hosts Hallfield were all out for 97, with Chetan Patel and Saad Mirza each taking four wickets.

Omar's replied with 98-8, with Mirza scoring 51 to complete an all-round performance as Shahid Mehmood took 4-32.

Bradford Moor beat TABS by three wickets to go top of Group B.

TABS were all out for 186 in 36.1 overs as Mohammed Saleem scored 51 and Sajid Ali took 5-37.

Moor chased that down in 38.1 overs with 190-7 as Nazir Malik made 83 and Muhammad Shoaib Baig 46 as Omair Ali Khan bagged 3-30.

Denholme Clough beat Salem Athletic by four wickets to remain second.

Salem were bowled out for 166, with Sajid Ahmed scoring 40 and Amir Riyaaz taking 3-34.

In reply, Clough scored 167-6 off 34 overs, Riyaaz completing an all-round performance with an unbeaten 74.

Bowling Baptists defeated Allerton by three wickets.

Allerton scored 183-7 off their 40 overs, with Nadeem Khaliq making 64 not out and Gurpreet Romana 42.

Baptists replied with 185-7, thanks to Alyas Rashid (55) and Craig Williams (41) as Mohammed Saleem bagged 4-48.

Greenfield beat Great Horton Church by 139 runs after hitting an impressive 260-8, with Hassan Akhtar unbeaten on 87, supported by Adeel Ahmed (59).

Nazakat Ali took 5-81 for Church but his batsmen let him down as they were toppled for 121, with Faizan Khalid scoring 39, with Idrees Mughal taking 6-24.

Cambing were also in the runs in their 90-run victory over Bradford Gymkhana, making 281-8 off 40 overs, with Majid Ali (93) and Mubashir Ahmed (63) sharing a second-wicket partnership of 130 in a mere 13.5 overs.

Rafaqat Ali backed them up with 50 while lone star Muhammad Saeed bagged 6-49.

Gymkhana were then all out for 191 off 32.2 overs, Sudaghar Hussain making 57 as Mubashir Ahmed (3-35) and Haaris Khan (3-11) got among them.

Hallfield beat Girlington by 11 runs after making 223-9 (Sohail Butt 72, Chandan Sharma 56, Qayyum Nasir 6-57).

Girlington made a good fist of it with their 212, with Waqar Khalil scoring 56 as Adnan Bhatti took 3-42.

In Group C, Greenfield have extended their lead after a winning draw against West Bowling in the top-of-the-table clash.

Greenfield were struggling at 107-7 after 24 overs but 16 overs later had revived superbly to 312-8.

Murtaza Ali (103no) and Waleed Shah (87) shared an eighth-wicket partnership off 204 off just 94 balls.

Anjum Munir took 4-50 for West Bowling, who achieved a losing draw with 116-9 (Hassan Ali 40, Mohammed Rizwan 3-9, Shafqat Zaheer 3-37).

Bradford Indians beat Central YMCA by six wickets to go second.

Central YMCA were all out for 41 off 29 overs, with Asif Mohammed taking 4-15, and Indians then made 43-4 off 16.1 overs.

Allerton, who made 288-9 (Zahoor Ahmed 125, Rahat Khalil 70), beat Bowling Baptists by 147 runs. Baptists were all out for 141 in 26 overs, with Ahmad Rahman notching taking 5-11.

Yorkshire LPS gained a winning draw against Great Horton Meths.

LPS scored 276-6 off 40 overs, with Viral Patel (71), Kalyan Chakraverthy (79) and Dhiren Lal (52no) contributing, and Meths replied with 175-7.