INTERLINK batsmen Mohammed Data and Naeem Patel managed to score EIGHT runs off one ball in the Group A Bradford Mutual Sunday School League against Hallfield.

And that was more than half of what another side managed as Omars were dismissed for just 15 by Bradford Moor.

League reporter Mohammed Rafiq explained about the eight runs: "They ran four after hitting the ball up to the top end of Park Avenue and then got four overthrows!"

Hallfield were all out for 72, Mohammed Pandor taking 4-16, and Interlink replied with 73-5, with Sajid Mehmood taking 4-20 for Hallfield.

Moor moved into second place with their victory.

They only made 88, with Shmile Khan taking 4-5, but that was a big score compared to Omars, who crumbled to Zafar Mahmood (6-5) and Abdul Hamid (4-6).

Girlington had to settle for a winning draw against Apperley Bridge after making 202 (Zahid Khaliq 46, Hamid Khan 4-50).

Bridge then battled to 133-9, with Zahid Qayyoom scoring 62 and Musawar Shah taking 5-21.

Bradford Gymkhana remain fifth after beating Allerton by 150 runs.

Gymkhana scored 259-7 in their 40 overs, with Mohammed Ishtiaq (115) and skipper Mohammed Sheraz (41) sharing an opening stand of 111.

They were supported by Shezad Khalid (65), Azhar Ali taking 5-60.

In reply Allerton A were all out for 109 in 24.5 overs, with Baber Hafeez and Shezad Khalid sharing the wickets.

Great Horton Church beat Yorkshire LPS by 74 runs, despite only scoring 115 (Hassan Ali 50).

LPS were then all out for 41 with Adnaan Shafique taking 6-7.

Yorkshire Friends remain top of Group B after beating Cambing by 31 runs.

Friends were all out for 164 (Zeeshan Kazmi 86, Asad Khan 4-28), while Cambing were dismissed for 133 (Sheraz Ahmed 4-29).

Salem Athletic kept the pressure on Friends, beating Girlington by five wickets.

Girlington were all out for 137, with Umer Khattab taking 4-13 and Mohammed Waqas bagging three wickets in five balls.

Salem then made 138-5 (M Siad 47).

Mayfield remainthird after defeating Hallfield, who were skittled for 66, by six wickets.

Bradford Gymkhana beat Bowling Baptists, who opted to bowl, by 50 runs.

It didn't seem a bad decision when Gymkhana were dismissed for 120 (Waqas Ali 4-28, Asad Hussain 4-30), but Baptists were toppled for 70 (Samir Aslam 4-29).

Parkside defeated Great Horton Church by six wickets after the latter were dismissed for 138 (Zaheer Ahmed 52no). However, that knock was bettered by Ozair Afsar's 69 not out for Parkside.

Cambing stay top of Group C after seeing off Mayfield by six wickets.

Mayfield were back in the pavilion for 95, Majid Ali hitting an unbeaten 46 in Cambing's 96-4.

TABS remain second after winning a thriller by one wicket against Bradford Indians.

Indians made 118 (Gaurav Kumar 60) after winning the toss, but TABS replied with 119-9.

Bradford Moor moved into third after defeating Bowling Baptists by six wickets.

Baptists were dismissed for 163 in 34.1 overs, with Ahsan Ali Shah and Omer Malik sharing the wickets.

Moor's confident reply was 166-6 in 35.3 overs, with Tariq Hussain unbeaten on 55, supported by Shah and Malik.

Salem are up to fourth after beating third-placed Denholme Clough by one wicket.

Clough, who won the toss, made 108-9 off their 40 overs, Salem replying with 109-9 in 36.5 overs.

Mandhata beat Great Horton Meths by 49 runs after making 114 (Hamza Rauf 5-32). Meths were then dismissed for 65 in 23.1 overs.

Greenfield are clear at the top of Group D after beating Muff Field B by 80 runs.

Adeel Ahmed's 79 and Kamran Khaliq's 44 were the backbone of Greenfield's 167-9 declared (Gary Smith 4-33, Jim Fallon 4-50) after 27 overs.

Muff Field B were then all out for 87, despite 61 from Islam Khokar.

Allerton remain second place after a 301-run thrashing of Great Horton Meths.

Zahid Bashir hit 150 not out and Abid Hussain 87 in Allerton's 335-6, and Meths were then rolled over for 34 (Rayyan Azeem 5-18).

Muff Field A stay third after beating West Bowling by seven wickets.

West Bowling were bowled out for 42 in 22.1 overs as Frank Powell and Alan Broadbent shared the wickets, Muff Field A scoring 46-3 in 11 overs.

Yorkshire LPS beat Central YMCA by nine wickets after the latter were dismissed for 76.