ONE Stop, in their first season in the Dales Council League, have virtually sealed the C Division title.

They scored 177-9 (Natesh Prabhu Murugesan 67, Syed Abbas 40, Rajakrishnan Rajadurai 4-35) at Salts Sports, and then bowled out Shipley Providence for 110 to open up a 45-point gap.

At Sunnybank, Morley made a challenging 266 (Touseef Ahmed 6-42), with Connah Casey (91) and Joe Devine (86) putting on 136 for the fourth wicket and then bowled out nine-man Muff Field B for 165 (Ihtishaam Mahmood 69, Richard Thompson 4-26).

Struggling Baildon B were skittled for 24 (Khalid Mahmood 4-10) at Sandal by Cookridge C, who won by ten wickets.

In A Division, leaders Leeds Sikh have suffered their second defeat in four weeks.

They were bowled out for 167 (Harpal Ryatt 49, Kanwardeep Singh 47, Intzar Mahmood 4-30) at High Royds by Crompark, who had posted 208-9 (AfzaL Khan 61, Intzar Mahmood 55no, Majid Hussain 53, Pritpal Saggu 6-43) to keep the title hunt open.

New Wortley conceded to second-placed Thornbury, while third placed Woodhouse dismissed Cookridge for 207 at Meanwood Road and then replied with 210-7 to keep up the pressure on the top two.

Halifax Direct made 240-9 (Mohammed Sarfaraz 5-71) with Ansar Mehmood (70) and Asad Rashid (59) putting on 123 for the third wicket at the Karmand Centre before dismissing Savile Stars for 145 (Abdullah Alikzoi 66).

In the epitome of a one-sided match, Leeds Caribbean made 352-8 declared, with Muhammad Naveed scoring 137, Naveed Anwar 61, Ubaid Zia 53 and Shan Khan 47, and then castled Bradford Moor for 82 (Naveed Piran 5-33).

At Clariant, Farsley scored 255-5 (Alex Monaghan 117no, Tony Leighton 88) after being put in by Drighlington, who replied with 256-6, thanks to 84 from Allan Mitchell and an unbeaten 74 from Peter Lloyd.

In B Division, leaders Mayfield travelled to Fulneck and bowled out Pudsey St Lawrence for 150 (Phil Wilson 102, Antony Moss 4-21) before replying with 155-3 (Amjad Khan 74, Moss 54).

Meanwhile, Pudsey Congs were bowled out for 77 (Mohammed Anwar 3-1, Saad Qureshi 3-35) by Thornbury B, who replied with 81-3 (Fez Hussain 43) to stay second.

Third-placed Halifax Direct B also had an easy win when, after bowling out nine-man Drighlington B for only 54 (Adil Hussain 4-21, Zaib Ali 4-25), they replied with 55-2 (Mohsin Hamdani 41) at Station Road.

Another comfortable victory came at Smithy Lane, where Muff Field made 140 (Kyle Fenton 3-35) before Ahtsham Ellahi scored 64 not out in Cookridge B's reply of 142-3.

At Church Lane, Adel were bowled out for 151 (Will Kelly 4-22) after Baildon had made 195-8 (Ross Booth 6-44).

After the previous week’s low of 48, Leeds Sikh scored 260-5 declared (Vakash Mason 122no, Varinder Singh 50retd) and then bowled out basement club St Chads Broomfield for only 57 (Sivarama Krishnam Raju Komati 4-10) at Gledhow.