CROMPARK have not only lost their unbeaten record in the Dales Council League, but also the A Division leadership.

They were dismissed for only 70 at Sands Lane in response to Savile Stars' 241-5, for whom Abdullah Alikzoi (105no) made his second successive ton.

They are now joint leaders with Thornbury, who made 193 at Daleside Road and then dismissed Woodhouse for 184 (Muhammad Faisal 56).

Another side to top 200 were Drighlington, whose 224 (Abdul Rashid 5-38) at Station Road was twice as many as New Wortley made.

Meanwhile at Gledhow, Leeds Sikh also joined the 200 club, scoring 209-3 (Harpal Ryatt 73, Raghunath Chandrasekaran 65no) before castling Cookridge for just 31 (Ajay Kamboj 5-7).

Farsley made their best score of the season so far at Clariant, totalling 178-6, but Caribbean knocked off the runs for the loss of five wickets.

Bradford Moor were hustled out for 92 at Meanwood Road by champions Halifax Direct, who replied with 94-5 to stay unbeaten in a congested top of the table where six points separate the leading six.

However, if you thought that was tight then look at B Division, where the top four are all on 43 points, with Pudsey St Lawrence on 42 and Pudsey Congs on 41.

Top score in the section was Adel's 209-8 (Kanhu Charan Pattnayak 59) at Sunnybank, with Muff Field then being held to 179-6.

Leeds Sikh B were not far behind at Fulneck with their 205-6 (Vajinder Singh 63, Vishal Pandolia 54) before Pudsey Congs were dismissed for 90 (Vishal Pandolia 6-29).

Two unbeaten sides met at Karmand, with Mayfield coming out on top with their 126-5 after bowling out Halifax Direct B for 125 (Antony Moss 6-33).

The winners of these matches make up the top four, while hosts St Chads got off the mark by making 156-9 after holding Drighlington B to 155-6.

Baildon could only make 111-8 at Sandal against unbeaten St Lawrence, who replied with 112-5.

In C Division, there was a close game at Low Springs, where One Stop made it two wins in a row by holding Tong Park Esholt to 245 (Chris Holdsworth 127) after they had made a challenging 255-7 (Natesh Prabhu Murugeson 117, Praveenkumar Ariram 52).

At the Scott Hall Oval, Caribbean scored 197 (Amjad Hussain 73) and then dismissed Muff Field B for only 58 (Everton Wattley 5-8).

Morley skittled Baildon B for 82 at Leeds Road and then lost only one wicket in knocking off the runs to go top of the table, while Shipley Providence were convincing winners at Mayfield Terrace, making 175 (Elangovan Balakrishnan 53) before toppling Mayfield for 79.