MAYFIELD have been promoted in their first season in the Dales Council League.

They played a 30-overs-per-side game at Mayfield Terrace in B Division and restricted Drighlington B to 62-7 (Ansar Mahmood 3-4, Mohammed Faisal 3-11).

Mayfield then replied with 68-2 in just 12.5 overs, with Mahmood completing a fine match with 40 not out.

The winners finished as runners-up spot behind Thornbury B, also dooming Drighlington B to relegation.

Champions Thornbury B recovered from 36-3 to make 231 at Pudsey St Lawrence, with Abbas Ali (64) and Janghier Hussain Shah (58) putting on 102 for the fifth wicket.

But Saints also revived – from 45-3 – to win by three wickets, thanks chiefly to Sam McEvoy (66) and Ricky Priestley (45).

Third-placed Halifax Direct B made 122 (Mohsin Hamdani 43, Faisal Chaudry 37, Kanhu Charan Pattnayak 6-28) at the Karmand Centre and then bowled out Adel for 82 (Zaib Ali 7-39).

There was also a low-scoring game at Richmond House School, where Cookridge B made 142 (Rameez Khan 39) before dismissing relegated St Chads Broomfield for 53 (Tahir Mehmood 3-13).

Runs were not easy to come by at Sandal School either, with Leeds Sikh B being castled for 76 by Baildon, who replied with 77-6.

Things were different at Sunnybank, where Muff Field made a challenging 239-9 (Alan Burkinshaw 52, Easton McConnachie 49, Karl Burkinshaw 40) against Pudsey Congs, who were 202-8 (Richard Edwards 47) after 40 overs when the match was abandoned due to bad light.

In C Division, Tong Park Esholt have clinched the second promotion slot behind One Stop.

Muff Field B only made 74 (Muaaz Khan Subhaan 4-30, Andrew Barker 3-9) at Low Springs, with TPE replying with 75-3 (Simon Hogan 43).

Cookridge C were another side to make 74 (Harris Dobson 5-22), this time against Baildon B, who replied with 78-5.

Leeds Sikh have won A Division by just one point after rattling up 248-9 (Manish Parimoo 77, Gurpreet Suri 41) at Gledhow before Gobind Suryavansi took 7-20 to skittle New Wortley for 57 to collect full points.

Meanwhile, Woodhouse scored 214 and then dismissed Leeds Caribbean for 134 at Meanwood Road to finish second.

Thornbury claimed third place after dismissing Halifax Direct for 145 (Uzmat Munir4-48) at Daleside Road before replying with 150-7 (Ansar Mehmood 4-22).

The biggest score of the day came at Smithy Lane, were Crompark amassed 291-7, including a third-wicket partnership of 183 between Shava Khan (133) and Majid Hussain (58) before bowling out Cookridge for 123 (Syed Hashmi 3-21, Saj Malik 3-38).

Drighlington’s late revival continued when they bowled out Bradford Moor for 146 before replying with 151-2, with Matty Waller (76no) and James Inglis (46) putting on 112 for the second wicket at Station Road. Savile Stars v Farsley was abandoned without any play.