WEST Bowling beat a depleted Great Horton Meths B, who matched their first team by only having eight men, by ten wickets in a match that only lasted 10.5 overs in Group D of the Bradford Mutual Sunday School League.

Meths were all out for 17 in 5.4 overs, with Usman Ali Ahmed taking 4-4 and Hrithik Patel (3-11). Patel then scored 17 of their 18-0 in reply in 5.1 overs.

Greenfield remain top after beating Muff Field A by 176 runs.

Adeel Ahmed (88) and Kamran Khaliq (88) wwere the mainstays of Greenfield's 264-5, with James Fallon taking 4-45.

Muff Field were then all out for 88 as Fallon completed an all-round performance by scoring 36 not out, Zahir Ahmed (4-20) and Hassan Akhtar (4-19) taking the wickets for Greenfield.

Allerton have moved into second after beating Central YMCA by 135 runs.

Shabaz Khan (41) and Sumair Malik (40) did well in Allerton's 167-9, but YMCA never threatened, crumbling to 32 all out in 14.5 overs as Mohammed Saleem took 8-12.

Yorkshire LPS beat Muff Field B by one wicket after the latter were all out for 106.

LPS scored 107-9, with Islam Khokar taking 4-51.

Despite being 12-4, Interlink march on at the top of Group A.

Amir Raja (5-40) had caused the early consternation for Bradford Gymkhana but Interlink were revived by a fifth-wicket stand of 55 between Younas Bismillah (53) and Naeem Patel (36), Awais Khan (21) and Zeeshan Bacha (50) propelling them to 205-9 off their 40 overs.

Gymkhana then struggled against Mohammed Pandor (5-32) and were bowled out for 75.

Bradford Moor remain second, even th9ough they lost to Great Horton Church by 18 runs.

Church were bowled out for 111, Abdul Hamid taking 4-16, but Moor could only make 93 as Ishtiaq Raza bagged 4-27.

Girlington moved into third after beating Hallfield by five wickets.

Shujjah Khan (34) and Shahid Mehmood (30) scored the bulk of Hallfield's 132, with the wickets being shared, and Girlington then made 133-5 in 21.2 overs, Musawar Shah being unbeaten on 67.

Allerton beat Apperley Bridge by nine wickets to move towards safety.

Bridge were all out for 78, with only two players reaching double figures as Tariq Rashid took 4-31 and Arsalan Mahmood 3-29.

A quickfire 57 off 17 balls from Sohail Qayyum led Allerton to their easy win in ten overs.

Shmile Khan (3-22 and 60 at No 9) was the star for Omars, but they lost to Yorkshre LPS by 22 runs.

LPS were all out for 140, Naeem Iqbal taking 4-21, but Omars could only make 118, Pradip Patel bagging 4-34 and Bhavin D Patel 3-34.

In Group B, Yorkshire Friends remain top after beating Great Horton Church by five wickets.

Church made 152, Hassan Malik scoring 77 and Wasim Khan taking 5-33, and Friends replied with 156-5, Rizwan Hameed hitting 40.

Salem beat Parkside by ten wickets to keep the pressure on, dismissing them for 48 as Mohammed Siraj (4-24) and Masood Ahmed (4-13) held sway.

Bradford Gymkhana moved into third after beating Mayfield by 22 runs.

Gymkhana were all out for 146, Nadeem Aslam Aslam scoring 51, but Mayfield coud only total 124 as Tanveer Ahmed and Saudager Hussain took four wickets each.

Cambing beat Girlington by 35 runs after making 145 (Mubashir Ahmed 45, Umair Hussain 3-15).

Imran Ali was then left stranded at the non-striker's end on 33 not out as Girlington were sent packing for 110, with Mohammed Ayaz taking 4-14.

Bowling Baptists defeated Hallfield by 124 runs after only making 165 (Paris Thompson 55, Fraz Ali 4-46).

Hallfield were then all out for 44 as Akhtar Mahmood (7-19) was unplayable.

Cambing remain on top of Group C after beating Bradford Indians by eight wickets.

Indians chose to bat but were back in the pavilion for 94 in 30.1 overs, with Usman Mirza taking 4-18 and Rafaqat Ali 3-8.

In reply Cambing scored 97-2 off 18.1 overs, with Rafaqat Ali unbeaten on 74.

Salem Athletic maintained the pressure on Cambing by defeating Mandhata by 151 runs.

Shahid Iqbal made 73, Abdul Jabbar 70 and Waseem Khan 36 in Salem's 260-7, with Pritesh Patel taking 4-37 and Nitesh Lad 3-37.

Patel then made 34 and Lad 31 but they lacked support in Mandhata's 109 as Yasir Khan took 4-7 and M Sultan 2-12.

TABS remain third after beating Bowling Baptists by 77 runs, despite only making 120 (M Saleem 48, Gaz Bashir).

Nadeem Ahmed then took 4-2, including a hat-trick, as Baptists were tumbled for43.

Denholme Clough stay fourth after beating eight-man Great Horton Meths by 80 runs.

Clough scored 157-9 off their 40 overs, with Ben Taylor taking 4-20, but Meths coud only make 77 in 25.1 overs. Muhammad Zubair snaffling 3-11.

Bradford Moor gained a winning draw against Mayfield after being all out for 118 (Ali Shah 46) in 32 overs.

In reply Mayfield battled out for 48 overs to score 106-8, with Paul Cuthbertson scoring 44.