A hard earned half century.
Chris Brice bowls to Cleck's Tanzeel Altaf.
An early chance as Ussy, Sam & Simon look on.
The home side leave the field at tea, mindful of the size of the chase.
Duncan kept on his toes by the Cleckheaton attack.
Pitch made ready for the second innings.

Covers off.

Another job for Salim - Gateman.

Saffy opens the bowling.

Liam Collins patrols the boundary.

Congratulations for Scott on taking the wicket of St Lawrence skipper James Smith.

A wistful Tom Hudson.


Pieter goes...

And Saffy...

Post match pow wow 2.

Richie Lamb.

Drinks Man - Former 2nd XI skipper Richard Priestley.

Vs Pudsey St Lawrence (H)


Adam Goldthorpe.

How many ads can you get on a player's whites!

Stuart Nicholls.

Vs Pudsey St Lawrence (H)



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Tanzeel Altaf took 6 wickets from his 15 overs.
Simon adds more runs to his total.
A quick break for Mally Nicholson as the ball is retrieved following a Swanny 6!!.
Beanie hats were the order of the day - but shorts! Bricey and Goldy
The scoreboard tells a sorry tale for Woodlands as the home side see their interest in this season's Priestley Cup come to an end.

A pitch invasion.

And Stuart.

Post match pow wow 1.

Steve Watts.

The short and the tall - umpires Bill Dove and Tony Tennant.

Vs Cleckheaton (H)


Vs Lightcliffe (A)


Joe & Tom's partnership laid the foundation.

Thirsty work - Mark Robertshaw.

The home side leave the pitch for tea having restricted Pudsey to 139-7
Logan is never frightened of using his feet.
Suleman Khan bats.
Rural setting - cows and Wyke church provide the backdrop.
Umpires Marcus Walmsley and Tony Hamer

2nd XI Vs Yeadon (H)


Craig Wiseman helped himself to 4 as the wickets tumbled.
Liam down the handle and down the wicket.
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Duncan Snell, Josh Wheatley and Chippy Hamer.
Intuiative use of old scorebox numbers at the side of the umpires' hut
Leaving the field after a terrific knock of 97.
Joe Bowman looks to sweep.
Duncan & Sam stride out to start the reply.

A wet morning.

Half century for Tom.
Tom & Elliot cut loose.