APPERLEY Bridge made a strong comeback to win by three wickets in Group A of the Bradford Mutual Sunday School League.

On a lovely afternoon at Rawdon Meadows, Great Horton Church won the toss and batted first but were bowled out for 136 in 31.5 overs. with Mohammed Bilal scoring 50 and Munir Hussain (4-24) and Zaka Ullah (4-42) among the wickets.

In reply, Bridge were 34-6 but they revived to reach 139-7 in 32.1 overs, with all-rounder Tariq Rashid contributing 62 off 59 balls and Yasir Shehzad sharing a seventh-wicket partnership of 90.

Mohammed Zahid (5-34) did most of the early damage.

Salem had an easy win over Girlington to remain top, dismissing them for 70 before replying with 72-0.

Ten-man Interlink defeated Cambing by two wickets to remain second.

Cambing were all out for 122, of which Majid Ali (58) made almost half, with Mumrez Khan taking 4-23 and Javed Memi 3-9, including a hat-trick.

He first had Ali caught behind by keeper Ebrahim Bismillah and then trapped Uzair Salman and Gul Zamin lbw.

Interlink scored 124-8, with skipper Bismillah (33no) ensuring victory, with Mubasher Ahmed taking 3-32.

Bradford Moor remain third place after beating Bradford Gymkhana by six wickets.

Gymkhana were dismissed for 82, with Zafar Mahmood (3-25), Abdul Hamid (3-15) and Kabeer Hussain (3-22) taking the wickets. Moor replied with 83-4.

Yorkshire Friends defeated Hallfield by 129 runs after winning the toss and making 295-7, courtesy of Ajmal Rauf (71) and Rab Nawaz (93).

Hallfield were all out for 166, with Wasim Khan (5-39) and Zabie Ullah (4-52) doing most of the damage.

Omars beat Yorkshire LPS by eight wickets.

LPS scored 195-7, 59 of which came from Mukesh Patel, but Omars made light of that, scoring 197-2, chiefly via Saad Mirza (64) and Gurjit Singh (58).

Bradford Gymkhana beat Greenfield in a very one-sided match in Group B after winning the toss and making 262, with Tanver Ahmed unbeaten on 65 and Muhammad Sarwar making 40 as Taimoor Qureshi took 3-57.

Muhammad Zubair then took 3-12 as Greenfield were toppled for 54 in 17.4 overs.

Bradford Moor remain leaders after defeating Girlington by three wickets.

Girlington were all out for 185 in 36.5 overs, 63 of which came from No 7 Adeil Mir as Muhammad Shoaib Baig took 3-40.

Moor were in a hurry in reply, making 188-7 in just 27.2 overs, Asif Munir scoring 68 with Qayum Nasir taking 4-39 following his 38 runs in Girlington's innings.

Denholme Clough remain in the title race after defeating Cambing by 25 runs.

Clough won the toss and made 155 off 34.2 overs, with second-wicket pair Muhammad Hassan scoring 53 and Anjum Shahzad 51, with Haaris Khan taking 4-12, including a hat-trick.

Cambing were then all out for 130 off 27.4 overs, Mohammed Adeem taking 4-42 and Mohammed Asif 4-48.

Great Horton Church gained a winning draw against TABS.

Church scored 183-9, with Abid Hussain (60) and Wajid Bostan (75) sharing a partnership of 131.

Tahir Qazia bagged 4-30 for TABS, who scored 145-9, Nazakat Ali (3-27) doing best with the ball.

Hallfield beat Bowling Baptists very comfortably after making 267-6, with Neeloy Datta scoring 59 and Shabhaz Ishaq 65 not out.

Sohail Butt took 5-31 for Hallfield as Baptists were castled for 104.

Salem Athletic defeated Allerton by 75 runs after being dismissed for 169, Sijaad Ahmed top-scoring with 39.

Allerton were then all out for 94, with Majid Ur Rehman taking 4-30.

Greenfield remain top of group C after beating Central YMCA by eight wickets.

YMCA were all out for 121 in 34.2 overs, and Greenfield scored 123-2 off just 15.4 overs, with Ajmal Shehzad unbeaten on 51.

Bradford Indians defeated Great Horton Meths to stay second, being confident enough to declare after 35 overs on 198-3, with Pravin Patil (69) and Himz Mistry (39) sharing a second-wicket partnership of 115, Raja Kamran Bhoota also contributing with 43 not out.

Meths were then all out for 61.

West Bowling beat Bowling Baptist by seven wickets to keep the pressure on the top two.

Baptists scored 205-7, with Usman Ahmed hitting 54 and Asif Ali 40.

West Bowling were struggling at 19-2 after five overs before a 94-run partnership between Joe A'Herne (25) and Aaqib Hussain (92no), who then shared an unbroken partnership of 96 for the fourth wicket with Hassan Ali (61no) to propel them to 209-3 off 35.3 overs.

Yorkshire LPS defeated Allerton by seven wickets, with the latter all out for 159 off 32 overs, Ijaz making 51 and Anil Patel taking 4-49.

In reply, LPS scored 162-3 off 25 overs, with Praful Patel making 71.