SUTTON secured a magnificent win after shooting out in-form hosts Haworth for just 113 in Division One of the Mewies Craven Cricket League. James McDonald (3-27) and Justin Holdsworth (3-30) did the damage for the delighted visitors.

Sutton cruised home by eight wickets with Craig Thornton (47no) and Chris Barrett (40no) seeing them over the line.

Embsay entertained high-flying Oakworth and lost by 53 runs. The away side smashed 250-6 and although Joe Holt (37) and Haroon Ali (25) took Embsay to a respectable 197, it was a comfortable win for the visitors.

Cowling move into second in Division Two after receiving three points from their game against Sandy Lane because of the latter fielding unregistered players, and their beating of Glusburn on their travels.

They slammed 259-9 with Martyn Dalby scoring 96no and Mike Dudley 45 as Mark Pickles took 5-86. The hosts slumped to 118 all out, with Shahid Hassan bowling superbly to finish with 8-25.

Sandy Lane remain in relegation danger after losing at home to Gargrave by seven wickets. Stuart Weatherill took 4-34 for the visitors before Will Smith made 27 in their successful chase

Bradford & Bingley III entertained Cononley and won by four wickets. The visitors made 149-9, with opener Tom Feather (73no) carrying his bat but it was not enough in the end.

In Division Three, Bingley Congs II were in good form over at Thornton. They made 160-7 despite Phil Oldfield taking 3-47 and Thornton slumped to 69 all out.

Skipton CI made a modest 125 against Barrowford II with Paul Mason (28) top scoring. Rob Cockell claimed 4-38 in the reply but Barrowford scraped home by three wickets.

George Blackwell (48) saw Sutton II to 156-7, with Stephen Speak taking 4-33. Visitors Embsay II got home by five wickets with Robbie Smith (47no) leading the way.

Oakworth II had a 26-run victory in a high-scoring game at home to Bradley. The visitors had a fair crack at overtaking the hosts' mammoth 301-4. They made 275-6, with Under-18 George Bell making 90 and U14 Toby Newell 42no.

Division Four leaders Silsden didn’t have things their own way on their travels to Skipton CI II. The nine-man away side battled to 92-8 with Jon Sharpe making 41 as Joe Sugden took 5-43.

Silsden lost six wickets reaching their target. Rob Jones (36) was the main contributor as Matt Ryder took 3-7.

Zahid Shafait (81) and Shahid Khokhar (73) put on 183 for the third wicket as hosts Cowling II amassed 284-5. Visitors Glusburn II closed on 98-9 with Khokhar taking 3-14.

Callum Parker hit 39 but Bradley only amassed 92-9 as visitors Airedale cruised home by nine wickets. Meanwhile nine-man Cononley II only mustered 117 at home to Denholme II and they were comfortably beaten by seven wickets.

Finally, the oldest man playing in the league, 79-year-old Russ Nixon, top scored with 25 as Gargrave II scored 89-9 in defeat to Oakworth III.