THE Group A title may have been decided, but with one week to go there is still a lot to play for in all four divisions of the Bradford Mutual Sunday School League.

Apperley Bridge beat Great Horton Church by eight wickets to move a step closer to avoiding relegation from the top flight.

Eight-man Church were all out for 55, Bridge replying with 58-2.

Babar Hafeez took 4-19 and scored 90 not out for Bradford Gymkhana, but they still only beat Yorkshire LPS by one wicket.

LPS were all out for 128, Mehul Patel scoring 44, and Gymkhana were 20-5 before recovering to 131-9, with Bhavin D Patel taking 7-24.

It was much more straightforward for Girlington, who beat Omars by 147 runs.

Girlington were all out for 327 in 39 overs, with Musawar Shah scoring 102, supported by Mushtaq Hussain (50) and Majid Zia (46), with Hamaad Shahid taking 5-63.

In reply, ten-man Omars were all out for 180, with Mohammed Amraiz scoring 68 and Naeem Iqbal 40 as Musawar Shah took 4-22 to complete an all-round performance, supported by Razaqat Ali, who took three wickets.

Allerton beat champions Interlink by one wicket.

Interlink were all out for 160, with Irfan Jamadar scoring 53 and Tariq Rashid taking 4-46.

Allerton then scored 161-9, with Munir Hussain, who had retired hurt on 34, returning to the crease and finishing unbeaten on 73. Mohammed Pandor, who took three wickets in four balls, bagged 5-40 for Interlink.

Hallfield are relegated after losing to Bradford Moor by 66 runs. Bradford Moor were all out for 176 in 31.5 overs, with Mohammed Imran unbeaten on 73.

In reply Hallfield who only had ten players were all out for 110, with Kabir Hussain taking 4-36 for Bradford Moor.

Salem Athletic remain at the top of Group B after beating struggling Girlington by 88 runs.

Athletic scored 261-4 off 34 overs, with Mohammed Siraj (100) and Mohammed Waqas (47) sharing an unbroken stand of 142 for the fourth wicket, with Masood Ahmed Junior making 50.

Girlington were then all out for 173, with Siraj and Mohammed Faizan each taking three wickets.

Yorkshire Friends kept the pressure on Salem by beating Bowling Baptists by 32 runs.

Friends were all out for 127, with Baptists' strike bowler Paris Thompson taking 4-23. Baptists were then toppled for 95, with Sajjad Sabir scoring 30.

Mayfield made 140 against Cambing, folr whom Mohammed Ayaz (4-30) and Asad Khan (4-28) shone. Cambing were then all out for 107, with Mohammed Faisal taking 7-33.

Gymkhana beat Parkside by 27 runs after making 153 (A Ahmed 5-9), while Hallfield B, who will be automatically relegated from Group B due to their A team being demoted, beat Great Horton Church by six wickets.

Church were all out for 92, with Shabaz Ishaq taking 4-46, and Hallfield scored 93-4.

Salem Athletic beat Bradford Indians by seven wickets to remain top of Group C.

Bradford Indians scored 70-9 off their 40 overs, with Mohammad Sudais taking 4-10 off ten overs. Salem then scored 72-3 in just 15 overs.

Denholme Clough kept the pressure on Salem by beating Cambing by 72 runs.

Clough were all out for 155 off 38 overs, with Aamir Riaz scoring 53 and Nakash Mirza taking 4-42.

Cambing were then dismissed for 83 in 37 overs, with Hafiz Adil Hanif bagging 6-6.

Ten-man TABS still made 169 in 39.3 overs against Great Horton Meths, but needed a last-wicket partnership of 90 between wicket-keeper Tashfeen Yousaf (73) and Shahid Qazi (17no).

Joe Deakin took 4-41 for Meths, who were all out for 56 in 16.2 overs, with Mohammed Raza claiming 4-7.

Mayfield beat Bowling Baptists, who made 117-9, by five 5 wickets, while Mandhata conceded their game against Bradford Moor as they were unable to raise a team.

Greenfield have moved a step closer to becoming Group D champions after beating Central YMCA by 224 runs.

Greenfield declared after 32 overs in which they made 292-3, Iftikhar Ahmed hitting 12 fours in his 101 not out, Mazar Iqbal blasting seven sixes and seven fours in his 83 and Kamran Khaliq scoring 51.

In reply, YMCA were all out for 68, with Imran Khan (3-11) and Taimoor Qureshi (3-23) taking most wickets for Greenfield.

Allerton kept the pressure on the leaders by defeating Muff Field A by six wickets.

Muff Field A scored 145-9, of which Steve Broadbent scored 49, with Umear Aslam taking 4-28 and Nadeem Khaliq 4-10.

Zahid Bashir was then unbeaten on 58 as Allerton scored 148-4.

West Bowling beat Yorkshire LPS by 51 runs after scoring 163-5 off their 40 overs, with veteran Mahmood Mohammed making 46 and junior Hrithik Patel 41.

LPS were then cruising at 65-3 after 15 overs and looked set to win before 16-year-old Haroon Hussain struck by taking six wickets in seven overs for ten runs to leave LPS struggling at 112-9 after 28 overs.

They finished on that score 2.1 overs later, with Ketan Patel scoring 48 as Hussain finished with figures of 6-22 in ten overs.

Great Horton Meths conceded their game against Muff Field B as they were unable to raise a team.