CHATBURN II, Foulridge II and Silsden are fighting over the two promotion slots in Mewies Solicitors Craven League Division Four.

Leaders Chatburn II and Foulridge II both received three points when Long Lee II and Oakworth III both conceded.

Silsden were at home to nine-man Gargrave II and restricted them to 89, with Will Pullen (3-20) being the best of the seven bowlers used.

Jack Roberts (48) then helped the Keighley Road side home by seven wickets.

Airedale II were shot out for 45 at Bradford Road, with Aqib Chatta taking 6-5 off 9.2 overs. Visitors Cowling II recovered from 28-4 to get home by six wickets.

Eight-man Cononley II just got the better of Bingley Congs III at Greenwood Park, winning by eight runs.

Matt Brooke (35) and Matt Hogg (34) helped the south Craveners to 104, and the home side were dismissed for 96, with Matt Hogg taking 4-23 and Paul Hogg 3-32.

Denholme II trounced Skipton CI II by eight wickets at Bradford Road, while Bradley II conceded to Ingrow II.

There was a nail-biting finish between Wilsden II and Glusburn II at Windy Grove.

The hosts made 192-7, with Alan Coney taking 3-54.

Then Coney (61) and Noman Hassan (41) set up a fine run chase that reached its target with three wickets to spare in the 44th over.

Leaders Barrowford II are within touching distance of the Division Three title as they have a five-point gap after overcoming Thornton-in-Craven by four wickets at Bull Holme.

The visitors were restricted to 100-9, with Tom Cleaver and Mark Laycock both making 22 as the wickets were shared, while Dan Oldfield took 3-34 in the reply.

The second promotion spot will go to Crossflatts II, who currently have a one-point leader over Riddlesden and Bingley Congs II.

Hepworth & Idle II were knocked over for 58 at Skipton CI, with Matt Ryder taking 6-26.

Ian Henderson (37) then took his side to within four runs of the winning post to set up a nine-wicket victory.

Bottom side Sutton II had six juniors in their side at Bradley.

They were shot out for 34, with 'Mr Extras' (11) top scoring as Andy Holmes claimed 5-14.

This was in answer to the Matthew Lane side's 240-8, with Harry Andrews making 69 as Jack Whitaker took 4-40.

Shahid Mahmood had a good day as Embsay II saw off Haworth II by three wickets at Shires Lane.

Firstly he took 5-16 as the Bronte side posted 86 and then top scored with 42 to set up the victory.