A DAY after after losing to bottom team Windhill & Daisy Hill, Oulton bounced back by taking over the leadership of the All Rounder Cricket Bradford Premier League Conference Division.

With the match between third-placed Adwalton and previous leaders Jer Lane abandoned without any play, Oulton seized their chance with a 90-run win over Great Preston.

Openers Will Harrison (68) and Jonathan Henshaw (67) set the tone for Oulton with a stand of 111 as they compiled 203-7.

Ollie Baron (3-41) and Jacob Wright (3-44) were the main wicket-takers for Great Preston, who were restricted to 113-9. David Flint took the bowling honours with 4-28.

Oulton now have 228 points and a 13-point lead over Jer Lane, while Adwalton are a further six points back.

Windhill & Daisy Hill were unable to repeat their heroics of Saturday as they suffered a nine-wicket defeat against fast-improving Sandal.

Only Byron Greenwood (42) made an impression as Windhill were dismissed for 125 with Ben Van Den Nieuwenhof (3-22) and Kieran Dransfield (3-48) proving the key bowlers.

Sandal romped to victory, with Matt Westwood hitting an unbeaten 79

An unbroken third-wicket stand of 89 between Richard Bedford (76no) and Joshua Farrell (40no) helped Gildersome & Farnley Hill to a 17-run win over Heckmondwike & Carlinghow.

Heckmondwike & Carlinghow finished on 150-8 when they replied to Gildersome & Daisy Hill’s 167-2.

Fahad Iman made 47 and Riffat Kiani 39 as Jonny Walker took 3-44.

Umar Mirza bagged 4-39 as Azaad dismissed Rodley for 108 to complete a 35-run win.

The pick of the Rodley bowlers was Lachlan Roche (4-42) as Azaad made 143-6 batting first.

Windhill & Daisy Hill had pulled off the surprise of the day on Saturday by defeating Oulton by 50 runs.

Shoaib Iqbal was Windhill’s hero. After top-scoring with 42 in their 171, he stunned Oulton by taking 6-34 as they were bowled out for 121.

Oulton’s batsmen failed to deliver, with Jonathan Anson (34) their top scorer at No 9.

Jer Lane were in danger of defeat when their home game with Sandal was brought to an early end by rain.

They were struggling on 104-7 after Van Den Nieuwenhof took 4-35.

Only Tom Watson (47) had looked at ease when Jer Lane replied to Sandal’s 218-6.

Kristian Shuttleworth (66) and Westwood (48) led the way as only Saeed Mirza (3-79) made an impression for Jer Lane.

Gareth Lee (5-31, 117no, including six sixes and 16 fours) inspired Adwalton to a seven-wicket win over Heckmondwike.