BINGLEY Congs will meet holders Oakworth in the Craven League’s Wynn Cup final at Skipton CI on Sunday, August 7.

Both had untroubled passages through their semi-final ties on Sunday, but in contrasting circumstances.

Oakworth scored 248-8 from their 39 overs at home to Gargrave, who replied with 185.

Meanwhile, Congs rolled over Denholme for just 78 at Beckfoot Lane, winning by 10 wickets.

Oakworth, sent in, were given a superb start by 19-year-old Bradley Powell (33) and 16-year-old Jake Keslinke (95), who put on 61 for the first wicket.

Ellis Marshall (43), also 19, then added 80 for the third wicket with Keslinke, while Jordan Powell (29) and Charlie Shimmin (21) kept up the momentum.

At least George Beckwith, who conceded 45 runs from his 10 overs, maintained some restriction on the Oakworth batters.

Gargrave’s best partnership was the 42 between Lee Barrett (33) and John Beckwith (39) for the third wicket, with Harry McEneaney (41) having the only other innings of note.

Marshall took 3-35 and leg-spinner Jack Davison 5-38 in Oakworth’s 63-run victory.

Congs chose to field and dismissed Denholme in just 26.5 overs, with only Adam Taylor (20) and Adrian Shires (22) breaking 20 as Neil Copping took 5-17, Matty Roberts 2-14 and Danny Pearson 2-21.

Congs took just 10.1 overs to pass their target, with keeper George Hicks 31 not out and Johandre Barnard having to retire when on 43 after being hit in the ‘unmentionables’.