FOUR players hit centuries as the runs flowed in the All Rounder Cricket Bradford Premier League Championship Division One.

Leading the way were the Wrenthorpe duo of Mehran Ibrahim and Jordan Sleightholme, who helped their side to 339-4 in their 121-run win at Pudsey Congs.

Ibrahim (139no) and Sleightholme (110) shared a third-wicket partnership of 223, with Ibrahim hitting two sixes and 22 fours while Sleightholme struck one six and 21 fours.

Vikram Sharma (67), Mubtada Akhtar (60) and skipper Max Backhouse (37) helped Congs to 218 as Awais Ejaz (4-59) and Luke Patel (3-31) proved the best of the Wrenthorpe bowlers.

Wrenthorpe remain 14 points behind leaders Undercliffe, who defeated Baildon by 129 runs.

Opener Jack Holland set the tone for the table-toppers with 101.

His knock included 15 fours and he shared a first-wicket stand of 104 with skipper Scott Etherington (34).

Gulsheraz Ahmed (43) and Fahid Rehman (38) helped swell the total to 284-6, despite Brett Kinsey taking 4-74.

The Jenny Lane side were then dismissed for 155 as spinner Khalid Usman took 4-31.

Morley's Henry Rush ended his lean spell in the best possible way by making his maiden Bradford Premier League century to help his side to an emphatic 157-run win over struggling Ossett.

He laced his innings with a six and 12 fours as he finished unbeaten on 105 in a total of 295-3.

During his knock, he shared in two century partnerships.

Overseas player Sanga Cooray joined him in adding 145 for the third wicket before holing out for 95, and Reggie Thomas (62no) added an unbroken 117 for the fourth wicket.

Ossett are a side low on confidence and it showed as they were bowled out for 138.

Paul Malone (43) offered the only substantial resistance to opening bowlers Matthew Dowse (4-36) and Nathan Bromby (4-41).

Bankfoot timed their run chase to perfection as they defeated Gomersal by one wicket with one ball to spare.

Opener Hisan Ahmed guided them to their target of 253 with an unbeaten 97 and received good support from Arsaam Malik (39) as spinner Chris Rhodes (5-91) threatened to turn the game Gomersal's way

Richard Wear's unbeaten 80 was the highlight of Gomersal's 252-7, which also included useful additions from Graham Hilton (39) and Jonathan Boynton (34).

Bankfoot skipper James Lee took 3-39.

Hunslet Nelson won the battle of the promoted teams as they defeated Hartshead Moor by 70 runs

Harry Duke's battling innings of 75 helped Nelson to post 164 in the face of good bowling from Iain Wardlaw (4-48).

Hartshead Moor then slumped to 94 with Mark Murphy taking 4-33 and Will Stiff 3-27.

Yeadon's struggles continue following their two-wicket defeat by Batley.

They are propping up the table and are 26 points from safety after their latest defeat.

Opener James Todd (53) and Damon Gormley (53no) showed the battling qualities their side will need to get out of trouble, but a total of 172-8 was not quite enough.

Naik Zada (44) and Naveed Zamarund (46) ensured that Batley edged home after leg-spinner James Massheder claimed 4-32.