BINGLEY Congs III are the last team to qualify for the semi-finals of the Cowling Cup.

They were unable to complete their Super Over decider at home to Cononley on Saturday due to rain so a coin toss was held by video call, which Congs won.

That meant that Bradley II were unable to overtake Congs and will therefore not be in the semi-finals.

Congs will therefore face Hepworth & Idle II in the first semi-final at Ingrow on Sunday, August 20 (10am), with Cononley, who had already qualified, meeting Cowling II in the second semi-final (1.30pm), with the final to follow at 4.30pm.

Rain heavily disrupted Saturday’s league programme, but next-to-bottom Denholme saw some action at Hepworth & Idle in Division One, although they might wish that they hadn’t.

Sent in by the Westfield Laners, they were dismissed for 71, which was disappointing after opener Mushtaq Ahmed (23) and captain Adam Taylor (13) helped them to 68-3.

Harry Pinkney finished with 5-13, including a hat-trick which took in two overs, while Jonny Thompson bagged 4-8 as the last seven wickets incredibly fell for just three runs.

Hepworth & Idle took less than 20 overs to win for the loss of two wickets.

Play started at bottom-of-the-table Sutton, with leaders Riddlesden 23-2 after 7.3 overs when rain stopped play.

All five matches in Division Two fell victim to the weather, as did three of the five matches in Division Three, where Haworth II fared even worse with the bat than Denholme, being back in the pavilion for 42 against Bowling Baptist at Scotchman Road.

Captain Gareth Griffiths made a defiant 19 but there were also four ducks.

The Division Three leaders lost just one wicket in knocking off the runs in six overs.

Keighley III conceded their Sunday match to Menston Crompark, hampered by their first and second XIs both being in Bradford Premier League action.

Three of the four matches in Division Four were rained off.