LEEDS Sikh were merciless when they met Farsley at Clariant in A Division of the DALES COUNCIL LEAGUE.

Firstly they made 314-6 declared, with Manish Parimoo scoring 133 and Raghunath Chandrasekaran 87 in a second- wicket partnership of 189 before Gobind Suryavansi took 6-13 to skittle Farsley for 29.

Almost as emphatic was Thornbury dismissing Bradford Moor for 82 (Uzmat Munir 5-12) at Meanwood Road before winning by nine wickets to remain top.

Meanwhile at the Roundhay Oval, New Wortley were castled for 72 (Muhammad Sohail 5-20) by Woodhouse, who triumphed by five wickets to stay third.

Drighlington made 222-6 at Station Road (Matty Waller 88, Andrew Cheeseman 67) but Savile Stars were 148-8 (Nazam Arif 57) having lost five overs from their innings, so the game was drawn.

At the Scott Hall Oval, Caribbean made 197 (Wesley Bell 66) before bowling out Crompark for 107.

Cookridge batted first at Karmand and scored 169 (Ansar Mehmood 5-35) before dismissing Halifax Direct for 111 (Waqas Ali 6-27) to win their second game in a row and lift themselves off the bottom.

In B Division, Mayfield lost top spot at Gledhow when they were bowled out for 110 in reply to Leeds Sikh B's 116. Less close was the match at Daleside Road, where Thornbury B scored 251-7 declared (Yassir Abbas 94) and then dismissed Drighlington B for 118 (Bhaven Mistry 53) to make it six wins in a row.

At Smithy Lane. Halifax Direct B were bowled out for 167 (Tahir Mehmood 6-44) by Cookridge B, who were 155-8 (Rameez Khan 52, Zaib Ali 5-31) after 30 overs in a drawn game due to overs lost to rain.

Another game where overs were lost in the second innings came at Church Lane, where Pudsey St Lawrence made 169 (Jack Gaunt 73, Kanhu Charan Pattnayak 5-34) before Adel were 105-9 when stumps were drawn after 34 overs of the second innings.

At Sunny Bank, Muff Field won their first game of the season, triumphing by eight wickets after bowling out St Chads Broomfield for 73.

Baildon made it two victories in a row when, after scoring 167-7, they bowled out Pudsey Congs for 127.

In C Division, Shipley Providence made 174-8 at Sandal before castling Baildon B for 28 to take advantage of Morley's bye week and take over at the top.

One Stop moved into second after scoring 258-7 at Mayfield Terrace before rain interrupted play and the game was abandoned.

Tong Park Esholt scored 192-7 (Richard Morton 66) before rain interrupted play and they declared.

However, Leeds Caribbean B only took 23.3 overs to score 195-2, with Pandurangaraju Mundlapati making an unbeaten 100.