There was no repeat of the first round heroics from Bradshaw and Shelf in yesterday’s second round of the Halifax Parish Cup.
Bradshaw had knocked out holders Copley but they were no match for champions and last year’s beaten finalists Jer Lane.
Dean Cotton’s side were bowled out for 111 and lost by nine wickets.
Shelf, who had beaten Blackley from two divisions higher in round one, were unable to add the scalp of Premier side Sowerby Bridge. The visitors won by 105 runs.
There were a couple of minor upsets with Sowerby St Peters and Great Horton Park Chapel beating opponents from the section above.
Crossley Shield holders Warley progressed by a massive 229 run margin against neighbours SBCI.
Parish Cup, second round
Jer Lane v Bradshaw
Bradshaw 111, Jer Lane 115-1.
Sowerby St Peters v SBCI
SBCI 135, Sowerby SP 139-5
Mytholmroyd v Old Crossleyans
Mytholmroyd 313-5, Old Crossleyans 209-8
Triangle v Southowram
Triangle 321, Southowram 278-9
Shelf v Sowerby Bridge
Sowerby Bridge 257-6, Shelf 152
Luddenden Foot v Great Horton Park Chapel
Great Horton PC 290-7, Luddenden Foot 214.
Queensbury v Bridgeholme
Queensbury 218-8, Bridgeholme 177
Next Sunday; Thornton v Booth
Crossley Shield, second round
Upper Hopton v Old Crossleyans
Old Crossleyans 132, Upper Hopton 133-8
Blackley v Sowerby SP
Blackley 215, Sowerby St Peters 216-5
Copley v Triangle
Copley 282-8, Triangle 191-9
Low Moor v Queensbury
Low Moor 122, Queensbury 124-5
Oxenhope v Luddenden Foot
Luddenden Foot 198-8, Warley 199-6
Warley v SBCI
Warley 335-4, SBCI 106
Bridgeholme v Southowram
Southowram 271-6, Bridgeholme 228-7