Sunday League Winners Announced

Please find details of all the sunday league winners below for the 2017 season

BATTING: ( Innings, Not Out, Completed, Runs, Highest, Average)

Division 1 Daniel Flatt Almondbury Wesleyan 11 3 8 494 103 61.75; Division 2 Lewis Moore Northowram Fields 14 3 11 643 100 58.45; Division 3 Jacob Whitehouse Luddendenfoot 7 1 6 241 82 40.17

BOWLING: ( Overs , Maidens, Runs, Wickets, Best , Average)

Mytholmroyd win Fraine/Kenworthy Trophy

Cogratulations to Mytholmroyd who have taken the Fraine /Kenworthy Trophy with 104 points out of a possible 120.

Northowram Fields and Luddendenfoot win Divisions 2 & 3 respectively

Northowram Fields overhauled their rivals to take the Division 2 title with a thrilling win over Thornton in a rain reduced match.

Luddendenfoot took the Division 3 trophy although no play was possible on their rain sodden ground.

Many congratulations to two young sides on their successes.

Crunch Matches at Thornton and Luddendenfoot

The result of the game at Hill Top Road will determine the 2nd Division title as Thornton take on Northowram Fields.

Meanwhile at High Lea Green if Mount can prevent Luddendenfoot gaining 6 points from the fixture they will hand the trophy to Triangle.

Almondbury Wesleyans win Division 1 with 2 games to spare

Congratulations to Ian kenworthy's Almondburry Wesleyans side who have an unassailable lead at the top of Division1. They are crowned champions with two games still remaining.

Halifax League Side West Yorkshire Area Knock Out Final Sunday 3rd September

The Halifax Cricket League team will play the Bradford Evening League in the final of teh West Yorkshire Area Knock Out Competition @ Pudsey Congs C.C on Sunday 3rd September 1pm start. The league side is as follows; Christian Silkstone (capt) Triangle, Simon Wood (wk) Sbci, Chris Dennison Copley, Jack Earle Mytholmroyd, Oliver Thorpe Copley, Ben Burkill Cullingworth, Tom Earle Mytholmroyd, Jack Gledhill Triangle, Greg Keywood Warley, Daniel Syme Warley, Kieran Rogers Jer Lane.

Bridgeholme Triumph For First Ever Trophy WIn

An intriguing encounter at Queensbury CC saw Bridgeholme, for the very first time, win the twenty-seventh playing of the final of the Sunday League’s cup competition, beating favourites Illingworth St Mary’s by 64 runs. On a day when the weather was very kind, albeit with a stiff wind blowing across the highest cricket ground in the UK at 1,186 feet, the attendance was well above expectations and spectators enjoyed an excellent contest. Locals of course described the above wind, to the sea-level anoraks, as ‘nowt but a little breeze’!

Bridgeholme Triumph In First Ever Trophy WIn

An intriguing encounter at Queensbury CC saw Bridgeholme, for the very first time, win the twenty-seventh playing of the final of the Sunday League’s cup competition, beating favourites Illingworth St Mary’s by 64 runs. On a day when the weather was very kind, albeit with a stiff wind blowing across the highest cricket ground in the UK at 1,186 feet, the attendance was well above expectations and spectators enjoyed an excellent contest. Locals of course described the above wind, to the sea-level anoraks, as ‘nowt but a little breeze’!

BRIDGEHOLME TRIUMPH FOR FIRST EVER ROD WARHURST TROPHY WIN

 

 

An intriguing encounter at Queensbury CC saw Bridgeholme, for the very first time, win the twenty-seventh playing of the final of the Sunday League’s cup competition, beating favourites Illingworth St Mary’s by 64 runs.