KHALID Usman marked his farewell performance for All Rounder Cricket Bradford Premier League Championship Division One leaders Undercliffe with another impressive all-round contribution in their 85-run win over third-placed Morley.

He held the Undercliffe innings together with an unbeaten 61 as they made 159 after opting to bat at Scatcherd Lane and followed up by taking 4-12 with his spin bowling as Morley were dismissed for 74.

It was by no means a one-man show by Usman, however, as he prepares to return home to Pakistan.

Opening bowler Zeeshan Qasim shared top billing with his burst of 5-31, which took out Morley's top order.

Only a generous sprinkling of 22 extras prevented the home side from being dismissed for a lower total.

The only bright spot for Morley was the bowling performance of off-spinner David Nebard (5-40).

During the match, Undercliffe batsman Gulsheraz Ahmed passed 10,000 career league runs when he reached four in his innings of 16,

The result means that Undercliffe are 42 points ahead of Morley, but have dropped to second place, one point behind Wrenthorpe who beat Hartshead Moor by 27 runs.

A third-wicket stand of 173 between overseas player Mehran Ibrahim (95) and Luke Patel (79) helped propel Wrenthorpe to 275-8.

Hartshead Moor made a spirited response, with overseas player Ali Shan (78), Craig Field (61) and Mohammad Khan (55) all scoring half-centuries in a score of 248.

Wrenthorpe were again well served by their opening bowlers, with Jonathan Rudge taking 4-54 and Awais Ejaz 3-62.

Bankfoot opener Hisan Ahmed was in sparkling form in his side's 64-run win over Pudsey Congs.

He made a season's-best 133, with six sixes and 15 fours.

Jawad Waheed (33) helped put the total to 263-7, while Jonathan Donnelly (3-34) and Mushy Rafique (3-72) were the most successful bowlers.

Left-arm spinner Andrew Stothart (5-72) and skipper James Lee (4-50) stole the limelight as Congs were restricted to 199.

Their top scorers were Vikram Sharma (48) and Barney Gibson (38).

Huzaifah Patel produced a devastating burst of 7-23 as Batley bowled out Gomersal for just 54 on their way to a nine-wicket win.

Opener Naik Zada made 41 as Batley knocked off the runs in just 5.4 overs.

Perhaps the most significant result in the division saw Ossett climb out of the relegation positions with a four-wicket win over Hunslet Nelson, who replace them in the bottom two.

An unbroken seventh-wicket stand of 91 between Oliver Newton (66no) and Joe Hitch (46no) saw Ossett overhaul their opponents' score of 200 with eight balls to spare.

James Van der Merwe (44) was the other main contributor for Ossett, while Danny Cross (50), Michael Lambert (42) and skipper Will Stiff (33) earlier rescued Nelson from 64-6 and enabled them to post a challenging total. Skipper Dan Busfield (3-65) and spinner Matthew Varley (3-57) were the pick of the Ossett bowlers.

Bottom team Yeadon look doomed to relegation after their 14th defeat of the season.

Once again their batting failed as they were dismissed for 124, a total Baildon passed for the loss of seven wickets.

Aaron Day (42) was the only Yeadon batsman to get going as Australian Blair Oakley (3-29) and spinner Mushtaq Ahmed (3-25) led the Baildon bowling effort.

The Jenny Laners didn't find the going any easier when they batted as Ryan Heptinstall (3-34) and James Massheder (3-31) posed questions before they edged home.