MAZAR Iqbal was the star performer in the Bradford Mutual Sunday School League.

His 164 for Group D leaders Greenfield contained nine fours and 16 sixes, and propelled them to 258-7 off their 40 overs against Yorksjhire LPS.

Nikkhial Lal took 4-81 for LPS, who were then dismissed for 58, being unable to cope with Zahir Ahmed (3-17) and Taimoor Qureshi (3-18).

Muff Field A weren't too shabby either, keeping the pressure on Greenfield by scoring 237-6, with Alex Pearson (105no) and Alan Broadbent (73no) adding 179 unbroken for the fourth wicket.

Great Horton Meths were then sent packing for 50.

Two innings dominated the Allerton v Muff Field B clash, with Peter Burkinshaw scoring 67 in Muff Field B's 124 and Abid Hussain an unbeaten 56 in Allerton's reply of 126-4.

West Bowling beat Central YMCA by ten runs in a low-scoring clash, scoring 87 against 77.

Apperley Bridge won their vital Group A basement battle over Hallfield.

Bridge made 207-9 in their 40 overs, with Mohammed Khalid hitting 50 not out off 41 balls, Tahir Khan 43 off 47, Mohammed Abid 34 off 46 and Sohail Ahmed 31 off 30.

Yasran Ghazansar (4-32) did his best to keep them in check but Hallfield were then all out for 72 in 20.4 overs, with Salman Khawaja taking 5-13 in ten overs.

With six games to go, Interlink lead the table by 31 points after beating Great Horton Church by two wickets.

Great Horton Church were all out for 113, Interlink making 117-8, despite 4-28 from Ishtiaq Raza.

Bradford Moor remain second, despite slipping up by 73 runs against Girlington.

The latter were dismissed for 160, with Raza Gulzar scoring 84 and Masroor Ahmed taking 5-30, but Moor could only reply with 87, Musawar Shah taking 4-6, supported by Zahid Khaliq's three wickets.

Omar's gained a winning draw against Bradford Gymkhana to day fourth after scoring 194-8, with Qamar Sadiq (47), Naeem Iqbal (45) and Mohammed Amraiz (35no) the main contributors.

Gymkhana then made 159-9 to hold out for a losing draw and earn 13 vital points, Shezad Khalid scoring 52, supported by Mohammed Shiraz (45) as Shmile Khan bagged 4-27.

Allerton beat Yorkshire LPS by 140 runs, despite only making 182 (Nawaz Hussain 54, Yassir Shezad 46, Ghazanfer Ali 6-41, Pradip Patel 3-44).

In reply LPS had no answer to Tariq Rashid (7-23) and were bowled out for 44.

Girlington fared little better in Group B, only managing 50 (Shiraz Ahmed 6-29) against Yorkshire Friends, who romped home with by nine wickets in 12.5 overs.

Salem Athletic kept the pressure on leaders Friends, however, after a winning draw against Bowling Baptists.

Mohammed Waqas was unbeaten on 57 in Athletic's 184-9, Shazaid Yousaf taking 3-38, and Baptists replied with 121-8 off 40 overs, Masood Ahmed returning 4-37.

Mayfield stayed third, despite a nine-run defeat at the hands of Parkside.

Parkside were out for 84 as Israr Ali (5-29) and John Farr (3-25) took wickets, but Saeed Afsar took 5-20 as Mayfield were restricted to 75.

Bradford Gymkhana beat Great Horton Church by 97 runs after making 168 (Tanveer Ahmed 59, Church being castled for 71.

Hallfield beat Cambing by one wicket to steer themselves out of the relegation zone.

Cambing were bowled out for 105 (Shahbaz Ishaq 4-25, Hassan Mughal 3-19), Hallfield replying with 106-9, despite Zafar Iqbal (3-13) and Mohammed Zada (3-38).

In Group C's top-of-the-table clash, TABS got a winning draw against Cambing after losing the toss and being put in.

TABS made 152-7, Cambing scoring 135-8 after tea as Mohammed Rizwan took 5-9.

Second-placed Salem Athletic kept the pressure on by defeating Bradford Moor by 80 runs.

Athletic were all out for 146, but Moor could only make 66, of which Ehsaan Shah scored 40.

Denholme Clough maintained their chance of promotion as they beat Bradford Indians by six wickets.

Indians were dismissed for 50 as Mohammed Zubai took 3-13, and Clough scored 53-4, with Asif Mohammed (4-20) taking all of their wickets.

Great Horton Meths beat Mayfield by 17 runs in the bottom-of-the-table clash.

Meths were all out for 89, Rick Allen taking 5-35, before Mayfield were back in the pavilion for 72, with Amjad Kahn taking 5-15.

Bowling Baptists beat Mandhata by five wickets off the final ball, with the latter being all out for 154, despite 50 not out from Nikil Patel, and Baptists scoring 156-5.