‘Royd and Triangle in Bridge showdown

Actions from Mytholmroyd v Jer Lane, Parish Cup Semi-Final, at Mytholmroyd. Pictured is Mytholmroyd celebrating

Actions from Mytholmroyd v Jer Lane, Parish Cup Semi-Final, at Mytholmroyd. Pictured is Mytholmroyd celebrating

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Mytholmroyd and Triangle will contest the 2015 Parish Cup final at Sowerby Bridge on Sunday, August 2.

‘Royd were three-wicket home winners against champions Jer Lane while Triangle ended minnows Great Horton Park Chapel’s great run with an eight-wicket success in Bradford.

Ex-Bradshaw pair Wayne Cotton and Simon Collins hit half-centuries for Lane, who were cup winners in 2013 and beaten in the final by Copley last year.

Adie Gawthrope returned from injury to take three key wickets while spinner Dan Murgatroyd picked up four, at a cost, as the visitors tried to hit out at the end.

Lane’s 233 is only about average for the ground in decent conditions and ‘Royd, four times finalists with two wins in the last 11 years, put together a solid chase.

Skipper Tom Earle made 46, Luke Sutcliffe 39 and Chris Overend 40 and at 182 for seven Lane looked slight favourites.

However, Jake Travis (40 no) and Jack Earle (18 no) saw ‘Royd home with two overs to spare.

Great Horton made 149 at home to Triangle with Dave Turner taking three wickets.

Nathan Madden made 56 for the Premier Division side before Gary Rodger (43 no) and Christian Silkstone (39 no) completed victory for the visitors.

The Crossley Shield final at Stones on August 16 will be between holders Warley and Southowram.

They won in contrasting styles yesterday.

Taufeeq Ahmed (159), Liam Keywood (73) and Haroon Razzak (61 no) propelled Warley to 401 for six and Queensbury were all out for 119 in reply.

Southowram were one-run winners at home to Copley, who made 237 for eight in reply to the Rams’ 238 for eight.

Meanwhile, Halifax have topped their section in the Joe Lumb competition after bowling out Huddersfield for 151 in reply to their 166 at Slaithwaite yesterday.

They will now play either Bradford or North Yorkshire/South Durham.

Luddenden Foot’s James Stott maintained his fine form for the side with four wickets but team boss Peter Taylor said it had been a great team performance.

“Every boy did his job,” he said.

Parish Cup semi-final

Mytholmroyd v Jer Lane

JER LANE 233

A Pinfield lbw b Azam 1

W Cotton c Senior b Cowens 59

J Lister c & b Gawthrope 39

S Collins lbw b Gawthrope 69

P Chapman b Murgatroyd 2

I Mirza c Travis b Murgatroyd 0

M Hustler lbw b Gawthrope 25

N Khan c Cowens b Murgatroyd 1

N Chowdrey c Cowens b Murgatroyd 11

A Winnard b Mahmood 7

G Sivyer not out 9

Extras 10

Bowling: J Earle 6 1 34 0, A Azam 9 3 26 1, Z Mahmood 7 0 22 1, A Gawthrope 9 0 44 3, J Cowens 7 0 50 1, D Murgatroyd 6 0 50 4.

MYTHOLMROYD 234 for seven

T Earle c Collins b Chowdrey 46

S Senior c Mirza b Chowdrey 12

Z Mahmood b Lister 27

L Sutcliffe b Collins 39

A Gawthrope lbw b Collins 0

C Overend c Hustler b Mirza 40

J Cowens c Mirza b Collins 1

J Travis not out 40

J Earle not out 18

Extras 11

Bowling: N Chowdrey 9 0 36 2, A Winnard 3 0 25 0, N Khan 8 0 59 0, S Collins 9 2 39 3, J Lister 9 2 44 1, I Mirza 5 0 21 1.

Great Horton PC 149, Triangle 150 for two

Crossley Shield

Queensbury v Warley

War;ey won by 282 runs

WARLEY 401 fror six

J Sarwar c Kirkby b Russon 19

D Oates lbw b Russon 6

T Ahmed b Dougall 159

A Oates c Kirkby b Bruce 11

L Keywood b Charles 73

H Razzak not out 61

A Heptinstall c Richardson b Thorpe 8

J Rashid not out 46

Extras 18

Bowling: J Thorpe 9 1 52 1, D Russon 9 1 35 2, A Bruce 9 0 62 1, R Lockley 5 0 57 0, C Charles 4 0 50 1, B Brian 3 0 62 0, J Dougall 6 0 69 1.

QUEENSBURY 119

J Dougall c Rashid b R Keywood 17

B Brian c A Oates b R Keywood 0

N Richardson c R Keywood b Brennan 1

C Charles c A Oates b R Keywood 0

J Kirkby c Cooper b R Keywood 0

L Thickett b Sarwar 27

D Russon c A Oates b R Keywood 4

D Womersley c Rashid b L Keywood 0

A Thorpe b Ahmed 23

R Lockley not out 7

Extras 35

Bowling: C Brennan 7 4 14 1, R Keywood 9 3 17 5, L Keywood 9 2 27 2, J Sarwar 6 2 12 1, T Ahmed 2 0 7 1, A Oates 1 0 7 0.

Southowram 238 for eight, Copley 237 for eight