HOSTS Oxenhope made a good decision to insert struggling Mytholmroyd in the ENCO Halifax League Premier Division, bowling them out for only 122.

Joel Fothergill took 4-18 from nine overs, to show he was once again in fine form.

Oxenhope had little trouble in claiming the 12 points at 115-4 in the 14th over, with their target being reduced due to a short break in play.

The win means Oxenhope are now 18 points clear of the drop zone.

There is a traffic jam at the top of the Second Division, with four teams now nestling within five points of each other.

Augustinians top the table, for the first time ever, while at Cullingworth there was a replay of the recent Parish Cup quarter-final.

Queensbury easily gained revenge this time, winning by 109 runs as the home team dropped off the highest perch.

Queensbury scored 251-7 in their full 45 overs, with Steven Priestley making a fine 85 not out, aided by 43 from Oliver Challis.

The home team were soon in trouble at 58-5, with Gareth Walker claiming all those victims, only opener Ben Burkill (40) escaping that early mayhem.

Walker added a further three victims for career-best figures of 8-46 as Cullingworth closed on 142.

Oakworth captain Rob Hollingsworth was no doubt having a quick re-read of the weather-affected rule as their match against Upper Hopton was reduced to 32 overs each.

He elected to insert the visitors, who posted 153-8, with five players hitting scores in the twenties and thirties, Bradley Powell taking 4-51.

The long journey back to Mirfield was somewhat eased for the visitors, however, as they bowled Oakworth out for 124.

After Dan Plummell was bowled for 43, the rest of the innings, and particularly the last eight, became a procession as they collapsed from 85-3, including six ducks, with Matthew Broadbent taking 4-32.