ELLIOTT Stockton took 4-23 for Embsay as he helped dismiss Bingley Congs for 148. However, despite Arslam Hussain's 22, the Skipton side slumped to a disappointing 35-run defeat.

Sutton stormed to victory at newly-promoted Wilsden. The Windy Grove side could only muster 68-9 as Richard Walker (5-32) and James Mcdonald (4-23) did all the damage. The away side cruised home as Chris Barrett made 28.

Cowling are the early leaders of Division Two, alongside Eldwick & Gilstead. They dismissed Bradford & Bingley III for 84 at The Coliseum as Ajmal Choudhry (4-10) and Josh Gill (4-14) ran riot. Sikandar Khan (50no) led the home side to the spoils by nine wickets.

Airedale were too strong for Gargrave, winning by eight wickets. Scott Ritchie took 4-31 as the Skipton Road side only managed 113. Gargrave posed little threat with the ball either, as Airedale cruised to an eight-wicket win.

Glusburn were bundled out for 64 as they were crushed by Haworth Road II, with Muzamal Ali taking 3-1. Charlie Hainsworth earlier scored a fine 102no in his side's 248-4.

Skipton CI are top of Division Three after beating Crossflatts II by 31 runs at Rhysworth Park. The Sandylands side made 170-9 thanks to Martin Chisnall's 64 before Sam Smith (4-38) and Steven Woods (3-8) dismantled the opposition's batting card.

Embsay II are just behind them on run rate following their convincing 97-run victory. Dom Kay put in a stunning all-round performance, scoring 93 before taking 3-8 to wrap up the win.

Riddlesden smashed 248-8 of the Sutton II attack and Zafar Iqbal, who made 21, was the only batter to reach double figures in the Royd Hill side's reply as they suffered a huge defeat.

Bradley were also left licking their wounds at the weekend, slipping to a crushing 105-run defeat against Barrowford II.

Silsden are the early leaders of Division Four. Hugh Sugden smashed 96 to help them to 277-4 before Kieran Lawrence routed Glusburn II for 48, taking extraordinary figures of 8-9.

The oldest player in the league, 79-year-old Russ Nixon, made 34 of Gargrave II's 84-9 which took them 45 overs. Visitors Ingrow II got home by three wickets despite Rob Storr taking 4-15 and Will Storr 3-25.

Dave Hahn's 6-16 helped Cononley II back to the hut for 91 in South Craven and visitors Wilsden II strolled home by six wickets.

Finally, Bradley’s under 15s player Lily Bell made 63no of the side's total of 143-7 up at Wide Lane. Oakworth III could only muster 109-8 in 45 overs with Subhaan Ahmed making 25 as Frank Watkinson claimed 4-26.