INGROW’S first team had a day to forget in the Craven League over the weekend.

They were skittled for just 29 at home to Oakworth in Division One, with their innings lasting just 64 balls.

Tom Tetley was the only home player to reach double figures, making 15 in an innings of eight ducks as Harry Hollingsworth (6-8) and James Powell (4-19) scythed through their batting.

Oakworth, who included six juniors, had earlier scored 161 after winning the toss, with Hollingsworth (39) completing a good day and Jack Davison contributing 41 as Mohammed Arshad (3-22) got among the wickets.

Cowling, meanwhile, went along their merry way in second place, defeating cellar dwellers Foulridge by seven wickets at Noyna.

The home side won the toss and made 154-7, with Hamid Ullah taking 3-52.

Cowling did not lose too many grey hairs in knocking off the runs inside 24 overs for three down, with Mohammed Shah Usman (55no) and Laiq Ur Rehman (32no) putting on 93 unbroken.

Neither did Haworth, who are third, a place above Oakworth, stress too much against Haworth Road Meths.

The visitors won the toss and batted, but could only score 123, with Neil Rollins taking 4-10.

Opener James Roper, who has come into form after a quiet start, led the way for Haworth, guiding them to a seven-wicket victory with 77 not out.

In Division Two, Denholme suffered their first defeat of the season.

Visitors Silsden opted to bat and made a decent 186-8, with Mohsan Gulbhar showing positive intent with 63 off just 47 balls, an innings that contained 12 fours and a six.

Richard Taylor (3-52) and Neil Spencer (2-26) were the most successful Denholme bowlers, and it was the latter (39no) led the way with the bat after tea.

However the home side were dismissed for 151 in their reply, as Will Pullen (6-37) bowled Silsden to victory.

In the South Craven derby at Cononley Sports Club, Bradley made 158, largely thanks to the contribution of Junaid Ashraf (47).

Harry Parker took 3-23 for the hosts and then scored 22 in the reply but his team-mates let him down, as they were bowled out for 74, with Toby Meynell taking 4-9.

Fifth-placed Airedale added to the woes of Bingley Congs II, defeating them by six wickets at Airedale Oval.

Scott Ritchie (4-47) and Josh Coppack (3-16) put the skids under the visitors, who could only make 118, and Mathew Cox (50no) guided Airedale home.

Long Lee, who are third, had a slightly more difficult afternoon at home to Barrowford II, but still won by four wickets.

Stephen Butterfield’s deadly spell of 6-19 was largely responsible for dismissing the second strings for 100, and Craig Pullen (32) and Paul Stowell (25) then went a long way to giving Long Lee their win.

In Division Three, the derby between Riddlesden and Haworth II was more one-sided, with the latter being castled for 92 after winning the toss.

Danny Spencer made 30 but was powerless to stop Mohammed Zulfiqar (4-17) and Jamil Hussain (4-36) doing damage at the other end.

Second-placed Riddlesden won by seven wickets midway through the 19th over, thanks mainly to Mohammed Kamran (42).

Denholme II had more to chase at Sutton II, but reached their target of 150 for the loss of just four men.

Sutton had lots of small contributions in their 149-7, but the top scorer was skipper Andrew Carrington (25no), as Tim Shires (3-25) was the most successful Denholme bowler.

Adrian Shires (48) and Chris Dennison (41) were largely responsible for seeing Denholme home.

Glusburn, who are third, had a 53-run victory over Hepworth & Idle II.

Captain Matt Lloyd (31) and Steve Brown (43) added 61 for the second wicket in Glusburn’s 166, before Irfan Khaliq (4-30) and Dom Mortimer (3-26) helped dismiss the Westfield Laners for 113.

Oakworth II, who included five juniors, never threatened Thornton-in-Craven's 223-9 at Wide Lane, although brothers Charlie (5-50) and Tom Raby (2-42) did their best to limit the total.

Skipper Michael Scarborough then made 39 not out in the reply of 111-8.

Oakworth III came close to breaking their duck in Division Four after dismissing Bingley Congs III for 111 at Sandy Lane, Elis Jones taking 4-21.

The visitors had four players in double figures, the highest of which was Jones with 17, but they fell just short on 102.

Long Lee II only had 10 players but Phil Atkinson hit 54 not out to get them to a highly competitive total of 199-8 against Glusburn II, in a rollercoaster innings that had initially seen them collapse from 81-1 to 109-7.

For Glusburn, Qasim Dar took 4-36, but they only made 143 in their reply, Mark Johnston scoring 40 as Jack Kennedy took 4-45.

Second-placed Ingrow II won by three wickets at Bradley II, while Airedale II had a walkover against Keighley III.