ANOTHER week of Quaid-e-Azam League action saw Keighley RZM and Azad continue their relentless pursuit for Premier Section glory.

Keighley's Amjid Hussain was great with the ball as his side comfortably beat Adam by nine wickets. Hussain (5-13) took centre stage in his team bowling their opponents out for 39.

My Lahore's unbeaten streak came to an end at Rawdon Meadows, as they narrowly loss to Azad by one wicket. Lahore scored 146-9 with Azad skipper Shahid Mehmood taking 4-28. In reply, Humair Hussain’s 47 gave his side maximum points.

Earl Marshall's Suleman Khan, maintained his consistency with the bat, as he scored his fourth half-century of the season (57) for his side against visitors Eldwick Law.

The hosts were all out for 182, with Umar Zahoor & Shams Ullah picking up 3 wickets each. Despite a brave 57 from Shams Ullah, Rashid Khan’s 5-17 and Niaz khan’s 3-41 had Eldwick fall 66 runs short.

Over at Bankfoot, Kashmir (Bradford) left it late to secure a victory over bottom-placed Attock Tigers. Tigers hit a respectable 180, but Zaheer Shah’s 72 saw his side reach their target with three wickets to spare.

Over in Heaton, Attock maintained their 100% record in Section A as they beat Amaan by 45 runs. Star man Khalil Ur Rehman's big hitting did the damage as he scored 86.

Eventually, Attock were all out for 223. Ghulam Nabi fired 63 which wasn't enough as Sabir Khan’s 4-38 restricted the away team to 158.

Shaheen managed to secure a narrow victory over Salem Athletic. Moshin Hamdani (47) helped the hosts score 152 and 15-year-old, talented leg spinner, Saad Khan, picked up a great 3-12. However, in the end, Salem fell 13 runs short.

Table topping Cambridge Methodist had a comfortable eight-wicket victory over Bowling Baptist, who were all out for 52.

Finally, Birkby Rose Hill secured a 104-run win over Choudhrys. Imran Farooq (47) and Abdullah Zubair (37) gave the home side a total of 183 to defend.

Hemnanshu Monga (6-24) and Hassan Fazal (4-34) were the bright sparks for the visitors. Although, Choudhrys batting could not support those numbers as they were all out for 87.