KEIGHLEY'S second team may have been relegated from the All Rounder Cricket Bradford Premier League Championship Division One, but they ended the season on a high, despite the weather.

After making 218-7 off their 45 overs on a wicket that was in excellent nick considering all of the rain, Keighley had hosts Gomersal, who have won the title, tottering at 85-5 when the heavens opened, washing out the match.

A first-wicket partnership of 54 between Harry Hollingsworth (37) and Jason Roberts (16) got the away team off to a perfect start, and with other solid performances from skipper Rory Robinson (59no), evergreen Greg Wilkinson (37) and Joe Williams (30) saw Keighley to their challenging total.

The Gomersal reply never got started, and they were on the brink of defeat when the match was abandoned.

Harry Barker was the pick of the Keighley bowlers with 3-25.

Meanwhile, there was again no play for Keighley's first team as their Championship Division Two season came to a sad end at Lawkholme Lane against Liversedge.

The umpires declared the pitch not fit to play after a torrential downpour.

Keighley have finished ninth in a season that started well but petered out, the highlight being their victory at eventual champions Hartshead Moor.

The prospects for the team, however look good, with several potential new signings on the horizon to add to a young but maturing squad.