NEWCOMERS One Stop took over at the top of C Division of the Dales Council League when, after dismissing former leaders Morley for 110, they won by eight wickets.

Meanwhile at Salts Sports, the previous week's leaders Shipley Providence could only manage 109 in reply to 143 from Tong Park Esholt.

Baildon B won for the first time this year when, after making 125 at Sunnybank, they bowled out Muff Field B for 113 (Tim Joy 6-21).

At Clariant, Dominic Fear scored 58 and Mohammed Munir 46 out of 137 for ten-man Mayfield B only for Cookridge C to reply with 139-7.

In A Division, the status quo at the top was maintained when Kaleem Afzal (75) and Gulrez Mehmood (56) helped Thornbury to 248 (Naveed Piran 6-67) at Daleside Road before they dismissed Leeds Caribbean for 113.

Meanwhile at Gledhow, Leeds Sikh scored 197-8 and then castled Savile Stars for 90.

At the Roundhay Oval, there was an unfortunate end to the game after New Wortley made 187 (Shams Ullah Dost 90).

Halifax Direct were 142-4 in reply (Hassan Patel 50no) after 35 overs when the game was abandoned due to home player Muhammad Bilal Sajid was taken seriously ill.

New Wortley's Mohammed Saeed Mirza explained: "He had chest pains and possibly had a minor heart attack, but he is all right now."

Woodhouse maintained third spot, winning by nine wickets after bowling out Bradford Moor for 97 at Meanwood Road.

At High Royds, Crompark scored 248 (Syed Hashmi 77) and then dismissed Farsley for 133.

The Cookridge revival continued at Smithy Lane when, in a high-scoring match, they made 282-7 (Waqas Ali 120no) before Drighlington's brave reply fell short at 260-9, despite a third-wicket partnership of 114 between Josh Sturgess (75) and Andrew Cheeseman (58).

With Thornbury B not playing until Sunday, winning by eight wickets against Baildon C, Mayfield took advantage to go back on top when, after bowling out Muff Field for 141, they went on to win by six wickets at Mayfield Terrace.

Cookridge B moved into second place at Station Road when, after bowling out Drighlington B for 130, they replied with 133-7 (Fahad Jabber 52).

Pudsey bragging rights went to St Lawrence when, after being 27-6 and 82-7, Keith Marsden (94no) and Sam McEvoy came together in an eighth-wicket partnership of 166 to help them to 252-8 (Duncan Butler 5-40) before bowling out Congs for 132 at Fulneck.

At Church Lane, Leeds Sikh B were bowled out for 147 by Adel, who went on to win by four wickets.

Struggling St Chads Broomfield were bowled out for only 55 at Karmand by Halifax Direct B, who won by 10 wickets.