SEVEN-man Farsley had a day to forget in the Dales Council League.

With the injured Alex Monaghan unable to bat, they were dismissed for only 15 against Crompark at Clariant and were relegated from A Division.

Crompark climbed to fifth place, having earlier scored 212-5 declared (Syed Hashmi 66) in 32 overs.

Leaders Leeds Sikh made 228 (Mohammed Safaraz 4-34), with Harpal Ryatt (106) and Gurpreet Suri (34) putting on 100 for the fifth wicket at Sands Lane before bowling out Savile Stars for 90 (Harcharan Seehra 4-6).

In a low-scoring game at Meanwood Road, Bradford Moor, whose first six batsmen failed to reach double figures, were held to 119-9 by Woodhouse, who scrambled home with 123-8 to move into second spot.

Thornbury dropped to third after being bowled out for 100 (Inayat Ahmadzai 5-26, Naveed Piran 3-37) by Leeds Caribbean, who had made 110 (Muhammad Naveed 42, Uzmat Munir 4-34, Abdul Halim 4-40) batting first.

Halifax Direct continued their good form by dismissing struggling New Wortley for only 88 (Hashim Khan 39no, Mohammed Iqbal 5-22) at Karmand before replying with 93-3 (Asad Rashid 38no, Hassan Patel 35no, Naveed Piran 3-33).

Drighlington, in danger of going down with Farsley, enjoyed themselves at Smithy Lane by bowling out Cookridge for 155 (James Inglis 4-33) before making it two wins in a row when they replied with 159-3 (Matthew Waller 58no).

Newcomers One Stop are champions of C Division.

After bowling out third-placed Morley for 92 (Rafaqat Mehmood 3-17, Aniket Bhatt 3-32), they replied with 93-6 (Ben Richardson 3-16).

Second-placed Tong Park Esholt also lost when they were dismissed for 195 at Low Springs (Richard Morton 52, Satish Kumar Singh 4-21) in reply to 215 (Kunil Anil Chonkar 66, Jamie Denison 58, Matthew Birkby 4-21, Abdul Hussain 4-58) by Shipley Providence.

In another low-scoring affair at Mayfield Terrace, Cookridge C made 120-8 (John Farr 5-21) and then castled Mayfield B for 82 (Bilhal Akhtar 5-22).

Baildon B triumphed at Sandal, scoring 181 and then dismissing Muff Field B for 145 (Josh Capper 5-13).

In B Division, Thornbury, who have moved back to the top after being awarded points for an abandoned game, made 219 (Muhammad Omar 87no, Tawquir Ahmed 4-43) at Daleside Road and then bowled out spirited Baildon for 200 (Tawquir Ahmed 73, Ashley Free 47, Mohammed Anwar 4-50).

Mayfield racked up 259 (Mohammed Faisal 62, Ansar Mahmood 49, Touseef Ahmed 4-27) at Sunnybank and then, despite being 17-3, Muff Field valiantly held out at 191-8 thanks to a fourth-wicket partnership of 149 from Karl Burkinshaw (87) and Mohammed Bismillah (63no), with Faisal taking 5-9 to add to his runs.

St Chads Broomfield have been relegated, being bowled out for 58 by Halifax Direct B, who replied with 59-0 (Mohsin Hamdani 50no) in only 8.4 overs at Richmond House School.

Kyle Fenton was the key figure at Smithy Lane.

Drighlington B were held to 172-9 (Mohammed Samiullah 40, Bhaven Mistry 40) by Cookridge B, who replied with 173-5 (Simon Mace 5-42), with Fenton scoring an unbeaten 66 to add to his 3-23 earlier.

In the Pudsey derby at Fulneck, St Lawrence made 196 (Ricky Priestley 52, Matthew Humpleby 4-52) before dismissing Congs for 168 (Matthew Humpleby 61, Jay Turnbull 41).

There was a thriller at Gledhow, where Leeds Sikh B made 162 (Pavandeep Singh 46, Kanhu Charan Pattnayak 4-23) before Adel scrambled to 163-9, with Kanhu Charan Pattnayak scoring 95 and Karthaveeryarjun Vinjamoori taking 8-43.