CUMBERWORTH cut the gap on Conference Two leaders Lepton, despite Dale Winterbottom’s all-round efforts for the Highlanders.
Batting first, the League newcomers could only manage 123-9, of which Carlo Whitaker made 55 of those, as Winterbottom struck with six for 32.
When Lepton replied, the former first team skipper was at the forefront again scoring 30, but even he could hold the side together in the face of Josh Kilner who ran through the Highlanders team with the remarkable figures of seven for 8, probably one of the best bowling efforts of the summer, to skittle Lepton for 79.
And Shelley kept their promotion hopes alive with a 60-run win over Almondbury, Andrew Kilner coming closest to a ton in the Second Eleven competition, falling just one short of his century, while Josh Jones (70) helped the Westerley Lane side make 230-6 before the visitor were dismissed for 170.
Championship front-runners Cawthorne were beating by Hall Bower who set a target of 161-8, Dominic Harding leading the way with 42 before the Barnsley side were restricted to 136-9, Andrew Kaye scoring an unbeaten 53, while for the winners Andrew Peaker claimed three for 15.
Clayton West stayed in the promotion hunt with a 10-wicket win over Lascelles Hall, but Holmfirth missed a trick as they lost by seven wickets to Delph & Dobcross.
In the top flight, Honley retained top spot after beating Kirkburton by 40 runs, Simon England (69 and Jimmy Green 61 helping the home side to 217-7 before Burton were held short at 177-9.
Hoylandswaine remain a point behind after their win at Scholes, Ben Hoyle taking five for 10 in Scholes 151 all out (Josh Brook making 65), while Dan Hoyle made 51 not out in the winning reply.
Meanwhile, Golcar kept their Premiership title hopes alive with a 62-run win over Elland, Rob Read scoring 64, Urfan Ali 41 and Michael Illingworth 38 in the 227-9 total for the winners.
Broad Oak 199-6 (S Burluraux 85no, J Harper 46; S Atkinson 3-60) Armitage Bridge 197 (S Atkinson 56, S Harrison 25; N Howard 4-30).
Golcar 227-9 (R Read 64, U Ali 41, M Illingworth 38, A Iqbal 25; C Walker 5-49, N Rahman 3-51) Elland 165 (N Rahman 38, A Rowles 31, W Green 27; S Gill 3-36, R Hall 3-49).
Honley 217-7 (S England 69, J Green 61, A Cawtheray 29; J Ardron 3-56, W Gardner 4-38) Kirkburton 177-9 (J Ardron 30, R Kettlewell 29, D Lindley 26).
Marsden 241-6 (M Clee 92no, C Zaffino 49, A Daniel 35; I Pollitt 3-31) Barkisland 240-8 (S Oddy 55, T Nicholson 78no, J Travis 36no; S Maynard 4-56).
Meltham 66 (J Greene 5-39; J Hinchliffe 4-19) Skelmanthorpe 68-2 (J Greaves 25no).
Scholes 151 (J Brook 65, P Hertzberg 35; B Hoyle 5-10) Hoylandswaine 154-6 (D Hoyle 51no, J Holmes 27; J Brook 3-39).
Shepley 203-5 (S Haigh 58, B Wells 46, C Cox 31no; N West 3-47) Slaithwaite 199-7 (J Bryson 57, C Payne 54, H Garside 42no; B Wells 4-27).
Cawthorne 136-9 (A Kaye 53no; A Peaker 3-15) Hall Bower 161-8 (D Harding 42, D Moss 37, A Robshaw 29, T Collier 26no; A Kaye 3-26).
Delph & Dobcross 138-3 (J Thompson 62no, A Lees 37no) Holmfirth 133-9 (M Bocarro 37; I Cotterill 4-41, M Cunningham 3-17).
Lascelles Hall 79 (T Walker 33; P Rigby 5-10, D Taylor 3-10) Clayton West 80-0 (A Clegg 33no, H Senior 38no).
Lepton Highlanders 79 (D Winterbottom 30; J Kilner 7-8) Cumberworth 123-9 (C Whitaker 55, C Wilks 26; D Winterbottom 6-32).
Paddock 121 (S Nawaz 40; J Fernyhough 5-26, G Dyson 3-30) Linthwaite 126-3 (G Dyson 64no, J Fernyhough 26; D Mellor 3-48).
Rastrick 154-7 (B Birkhead 42, A Pearson 38, J Marsh 29) Kirkheaton 157-1 (J Fox 70no, M Asaf 57).
Shelley 230-6 (A Kilner 99, J Jones 70, C Calvert 26; D Russell 3-76) Almondbury 170 (D Russell 41, M Nawaz 33; J Hart 3-30, A Murfin 3-66).