FIVE games were affected by the weather in the final week of the Bradford Mutual Sunday School League, including that between Group A champions Salem Athletic and Bradford Gymkhana, who finished fourth.

Great Horton Church avoided relegation after their game against Cambing, who have been demoted, was tied.

Cambing made 152, which was matched by Church, for whom Abrar Hussain hit 66 and Asad Abbas 53.

Interlink finished second after beating eight-man Hallfield, who finished sixth, by 162 runs.

Hallfield were all out for 156, with Muhammad Asim scoring 90 off just 26 balls and sharing a first-wicket partnership of 105 with Tahir Data (16).

In reply, Interlink made 162-5, of which Naheem Patel scored 79.

Bradford Moor ended up third by defeating Yorkshire Friends (who finished eighth) by three wickets.

Friends were dismissed for 144 off 25.3 overs in a game which was reduced to 35 overs per side, with Shazad Akhtar scoring 54.

Moor replied with 146-7, 56 of which came from Mohammed Imran's 56.

Girlington's game against Omars and that between Yorkshire LPS and Apperley Bridge were both called off due to unfit pitches.

In Group B, Bradford Moor finished top but will not be promoted because their first team are in Group A and league rules do not allow teams from one club to play in the same division.

Moor beat Great Horton Church, who have avoided relegation, by 186 runs.

Moor scored 234-8 off 40 overs, with Syed Ahsan Ali Shah hitting 122 and Istiraj Khan 65 not out as they put on 158 for the eighth wicket.

Zaheer Ahmed took 4-25 for nine-man Church, who were all out for 48, with Ali completing a superb match by taking 3-1.

Denholme Clough, despite losing to Bowling Baptists by 36 runs, have been promoted after finishing second.

Ten-man Baptists were all out for 110 off their 40 overs but Clough only made 74 in 26 overs, with Krishna Koyyalmudi taking 6-5.

Girlington, who also lost on the final day, came third.

They made 152 off 27 overs, with Gurpreet Romana bagging 4-26.

Allerton then made 154-5 off 30 overs, with Faizan Ali Shah hitting 55.

Bradford Gymkhana were relegated after their game against Salem Athletic was called off.

Greenfield beat Cambing, who have been relegated due to their first team being demoted from Group A.

Majid Ali took 5-21 for Cambing as Greenfield made 153-9 off 35 overs.

Cambing could only reply with 83 off 20.4 overs, with Zahir Ahmed bagging 3-27 and Majid D Ali 3-28.

TABS avoided relegation, due to Cambing being relegated, despite losing to Hallfield.

The latter were all out for 65, with Mohammed Saleem (3-22) and AB Mughal (3-31) doing best with the ball for TABS, who could only make 52 in reply as Shahbaz Ishaq took 4-6.

In Group C, champions Greenfield finished with a victory over Bowling Baptists by 173 runs.

Greenfield were all out for 239 off 36 overs, with Mohammed Ali Abbassi (62) and Mazhar Iqbal (61) adding 75 for the fourth wicket.

Bowling Baptists were then dismissed for 67. with Assat Mehmood taking 5-15.

Bradford Indians, who have been promoted after finishing second, had a convincing win over Central YMCA.

Indians recovered from 46-3 to make 321-7 in 40 overs.

Gurwinder Singh (84), Abhisek Mitra (81), Gaurav Kumar (73) and Asif Muhammad (52no) all contributing to the total, with Mitra and Kumar adding 102 for the fifth wicket and Kumar and Muhammad putting on 91 for the seventh wicket.

Alex Stephenson took 4-69 for YMCA, who were all out for 13 in 14.4 overs, with Mitra (6-5) and Muhammad (4-4) bowling unchanged.

West Bowling have been promoted after finishing third, with their game against Allerton being abandoned due a waterlogged pitch.