BAILDON pulled off a big surprise when they knocked holders Woodlands out of this season's Priestley Shield.

Woodlands, who were bidding to win the trophy for a third successive season, were bowled out for 92 as they suffered a three-wicket defeat.

Scott Richardson, making his way back after an ankle injury, was the only Woodlands batsman to make his mark with with 33 as Seif Hussain took 4-24.

Josh Griffin took 3-10 as Woodlands tried to fightback, but Baildon were not to be denied as they sealed their place in the last eight.

Bowling Old Lane, beaten finalists in 2017, had Adam Zahid to thank for their one-wicket win over Bankfoot.

Zahid struck four sixes and 11 fours to enable his side to edge past Bankfoot's 209-7 in which Haroon Iqbal hit 60, Mick Naylor 37 not out and Steve Marsden 33.

The innings of the round came from Pudsey Congs' young all-rounder Jacques Allen.

He smashed six sixes and 18 fours in a stunning 157 not out which helped his side pile up an impressive 305-7 in their 150-run win over Keighley,

Hammy Shahzad top-scored with 39 as Keighley were bowled out for 155.

Ross Kettlewell (3-25) and Chris Doey (3-35) were the pick of the bowlers.

Congs' total wasn't the highest of the day, however.

That honour went to their neighbours Pudsey St Lawrence, who made 369-5 as they defeated Yeadon by 235 runs.

The bowling performance of the round was produced by Scholes youngster Jake Roberts.

His impressive spell of 7-33 enabled his side to restrict Buttershaw St Paul's to 130-9 before easing to a nine-wicket win.

Openers Nick Firth (52) and Neil Kellett (36no) ensured that they secured their last-eight spot.

Brandon Hewlett (69) and Paul Marshall (57) led the successful run chase as Wrenthorpe overhauled Northowram Fields' score of 282-8 to secure a three-wicket win.

James Norcliffe (68), George Bickle (59) and Josh Dodd (55) all made half-centuries when Northowram Fields batted first.

An unbeaten 67 from Shahid Rehman and 33 from Elliot Hallas enabled Cleckheaton to better Undercliffe's 174 with eight wickets down.

Khurram Rashid (50) and Nick Sugden (38) were the chief contributors for Undercliffe against a bowling attack in which Sam Bailey took 4-38 and Antony Lee 3-15.

The remaining tie between Hanging Heaton and Batley is due to be played next Sunday.