NEW boys Jer Lane have taken over at the top of the All Rounder Cricket Bradford Premier League Conference Division after recording a resounding 190-run win over Gildersome & Farnley Hill.

But Adwalton and Oulton are both just a point behind them, with Rodley another point back and Great Preston a further three back.

Veteran spinner Gurdev Singh played a big part in Jer Lane’s win by taking 6-20 as they bowled out Gildersome & Farnley Hill for 109.

Jer Lane had earlier made their biggest Bradford Premier League score to date of 299-6, with Tom Watson making 67 not out, Nahim Ashraf 66 and Imran Mirza 52.

Adwalton overhauled an East Leeds total of 277-7 with 14 balls to spare as they recorded a three-wicket win.

Matt Donohoe (54) and Gareth Lee (46) set the tempo for the Adwalton reply before Chris Priestley carried them home with an unbeaten 68 from 48 balls.

Defeat was hard on East Leeds batsman James Naylor.

He dominated his side’s innings with a superb 101, which included five sixes and 13 fours.

Jehan Rana (45) was his main support as Gareth Lee (3-59) and Tom Lindsey (3-55) shared the bowling honours.

Bowlers Benjamin Child (5-50) and Jack Andrews (4-54) helped dismiss Crossbank Methodists for 153 to set up Oulton’s six-wicket win, but Ebrahim Laher battled hard for an unbeaten 53.

Ryan Healey (65no) and Will Harrison (48) ensured that Oulton knocked off the runs to bag a maximum 20 points.

Rodley’s bright start continued as they defeated Heckmondwike & Carlinghow by four wickets.

Gary Sagar took 5-25 as Heckmondwike were bowled out for 120, and Lachlan Roche made 31 in the successful reply.

Opening bowlers Lee Russell (5-41) and Luke Kane (3-13) helped Great Preston castle Windhill & Daisy Hill for 86 to complete a 126-run win.

Great Preston made 212 in their innings, with Clive Newton hitting 55 and David Illingworth 54.

The persevering Byron Greenwood took 4-71 for Windhill & Daisy Hill.

Azaad’s batsmen were in good form as they defeated Sandal by 92 runs.

Hanif Mahboob (81no), Razwan Subhani (54no) and Syed Shah Bukhari (44) helped their side post a score of 270-4.

Sandal slid to 83-7 before Ben Van Den Nieuwenhof boosted their score to 178-8 at the end of their 50 overs with an unbeaten 66.