GREENFIELD have gone 42 points clear at the top of Bradford Mutual Sunday School League's Group C after beating third-placed West Bowling by one wicket.

Bowling scored 107-9 off their 40 overs, with Ashley Carter unbeaten on 37 as Assat Mehmood took 6-14.

Greenfield replied with 108-9 off 31.2 overs, with Shafqat Zaheer unbeaten on 38.

Mohammed Rafiq (3-21, including a hat-trick) and Anjum Munir (3-21) were among the wickets for West Bowling.

In another close finish, Bowling Baptists defeated Bradford Indians by two runs.

Baptists were all out for 136, with Abhishek Mitra taking 3-25, but Indians could only total 134, with Harprataap Singh Dillon scoring 46 and Wajahat Amanullah taking 5-17.

Allerton beat nine-man Great Horton Meths by 10 wickets.

Meths were all out for 65 in 16.1 overs, with Zahoor Ahmad taking 3-15.

In reply, Allerton scored 71-0 in just six overs, with Rahat Khalil unbeaten on 60.

Yorkshire LPS beat Central YMCA by six wickets.

YMCA scored 104-5, with Vinod Patel taking 3-14, while LPS scored 109-4 off 20.5 overs, Viral Patel making 65.

In Group A, Salem Athletic could only manage a winning draw as Yorkshire LPS defied them.

Salem scored 228-7, with the innings being dominated by Mohammed Faizaan (72) and Mohammed Waqas (78no) as Pradip Patel took 3-36.

LPS replied with 142-8, with Mahesh Patel scoring 50 and Bhavin B Patel 45 as Azhar Ali (4-37) and Faizaan (3-20) got among the wickets.

Interlink remain second, despite losing to Bradford Gymkhana by 110 runs.

Gymkhana scored 260-8 after being sent in, with Shazad Khalid (83) and Rizwan Mushtaq (65no) adding 109 for the fifth wicket.

Javed Memi took 5-36 for Interlink, who replied with 170, being restricted by Amir Raja (3-52) and Mohammed Altaf (3-34).

Bradford Moor moved into third after a winning draw against Apperley Bridge.

Moor made 214-9, Mohammed Imran scoring 79 as Tariq Rashid took 3-21.

Bridge replied with 186-7, Zahid Qayyum hitting 63 off 89 balls as Abdul Hamid bagged 3-22.

Girlington beat Great Horton Church by three wickets after the latter were dismissed for 198, most of which came from Muhammad Zahid (74) and Muhammad Bilal (43).

Girlington replied with 199-7, with Muhammad Azad (52no) seeing them home after Majid Zia scored 50.

Hallfield remain in mid-table, despite beating Cambing by 29 runs.

Ahmed Fraz Mirza scored 77 in Hallfield's 220, despite Mubashir and Asad Khan taking three wickets each.

Cambing were then all out for 191, Furqan Ahmed scoring 46 while Tariq Hussain bagged three wickets.

Omar's beat Yorkshire Friends by 192 runs after being all out for 304 off 37.4 overs, with Jawad Hafiz (69) and Waqas Mirza (63) scoring the runs.

Friends were then all out for 112, with Chetan Patel taking 8-45.

In Group B, Bradford Moor are 20 points clear at the top after beating Bowling Baptists by 133 runs.

Moor were struggling at 77-5 before Anjum Shezad (68) and Mohammed Shoaib Baig (60no) shared a sixth-wicket partnership of 109.

Asad Jamal took 3-64 for Baptists, who were all out for 96 off 34 overs, with Paris Thompson scoring 41 and Muhammad Maan taking 4-17.

Denholme Clough kept the pressure on Bradford Moor after beating Bradford Gymkhana by 100 runs.

Clough were all out for 198 off 34.3 overs, with Muhammad Adeem scoring 50.

Gymkhana were then all out for 98 off 18.5 overs, with Adeem completing an all-round performance by taking 6-38.

Cambing gained a winning draw against Allerton after making 208-6, Allerton replying then scored 145-9 off 40 Overs.

Ten-man Girlington beat Great Horton Church by one wicket with three balls to spare.

Church were all out for 156 off 38 overs, with Nazakat Ali scoring 45 and Ali Hussain taking 4-33.

Girlington scored 160-8 off 41.3 overs, with Adeil Mir unbeaten on 40.

Salem Athletic beat Hallfield by six wickets after the latter were all out for 110 in 29.2 overs, with Adnan Shehzad (4-12) and Mehr Sultan (4-31) among the wickets.

Athletic then scored 115-4 in 16 overs, with Mehrbaan Khan making 46.

TABS beat Greenfield by eight wickets.

Greenfield were all out for 116. 47 of which came from Idrees Mughal scoring 47 as Shezad Ashraf bagged 4-25 and Tahir Qazi 3-14.

TABS then scored 120-2, with Muhammad Rizwan (53no) and Muhammad Saleem (55no) sharing an unbroken partnership of 109.