In Division Three, Adam Greenwood showcased an impressive performance by scoring a century, enabling Scholes to amass a total of 354-5 in their commanding 141-run victory against Crossbank Methodists. This triumph secured the Division Three title for them.
Greenwood, who hit 16 fours, received valuable support from Christian Jackson (91) and Jamie Robson (78), causing the Crossbank bowlers to struggle in the sweltering conditions.
Despite the best efforts of Lewis Lockwood (39) and Zaib Ali (38), Crossbank were limited to a total of 114. Skipper Josh Fell secured figures of 3-25.
Scholes concluded their campaign with 313 points, just one ahead of Altofts, who wrapped up their season with a nine-wicket triumph over East Leeds. South African player Jacques Porter once again left an impression with figures of 6-52 and an unbeaten 53.
James Watling (60) posted the highest score as East Leeds were dismissed for 185. Altofts comfortably clinched the win, with opener Dominic Richardson remaining unbeaten on 93, and Porter providing strong support.
Great Preston narrowly missed out on promotion, finishing just two points off the coveted spots after a convincing 125-run victory over Gildersome & Farnley Hill. Opener Hayden Mortimer (124) led the charge as they set a formidable total of 325-8. Ethan Walker (44), James Conlon (44), and Oli Baron (31) contributed to the run tally.
Nasir Shah (51), Jack Bradford (42), and Gethin Clarke (34) put up a valiant effort, but Gildersome & Farnley Hill were eventually bundled out for 200, with Chris Aplin taking 4-39.
Wakefield St Michael’s secured a fourth-place finish after a six-wicket triumph over Adwalton. Shamsullah Dost picked up 3-15 as Adwalton were dismissed for 115, with Matt Donohoe contributing 30. James Chapple (36) and Dost (31) steered St Michael’s to victory.
Spen Victoria concluded their season with a victory, as skipper Alex Leadbeater notched up 68 runs to propel them to a total of 164 in their 64-run win over Brighouse. Omar Malik made 44 for Brighouse, but they were eventually bowled out for 100.