BROAD OAK, Delph and Shepley continue to blaze an unbeaten trail at the top of the Drakes Premiership.

In-form Kiwi all-rounder Henry Cooper guided the Oak to a home win against bottom club Honley with a four-wicket haul and unbeaten half century.

Honley set their hosts are target of 202 thanks to a tremendous 111 from Eddie Wilson and 38 from skipper Simon Kelly – Cooper picking up four for 39.

But it was not enough as the returning Charlie Roebuck fired 38, Lee Baxter 29 and Cooper 51 not out, the five-wicket win being achived despite a return of three for 54 from Timmy Taylor.

Delph scored a thrilling two-wicket win at Hoylandswaine with just two overs to spare.

Swaine had been in big trouble at 54-6 but they were pulled round in fine style by keeper Alan Mynett, who hit his half century from 46 balls and eventually finished on 75, and Ryan Robinson, who cracked a brilliant 102 not out from 96 deliveries.

With Iain Wardlaw weighing in with a rapid 36 at the end, Swaine totalled 282.

Chris Laker gave Delph a steady start with 67 – his 50 came off 51 balls – and they were 110-1 off 20 overs.

They were then indebted to Arron Lilley with 77 and Shak Muhammad with 31 not out to get home, having hit 150 off 22 overs.

Shepley had Aussie signing Daniel Anderson to thank with 73 not out for their six-wicket win at Elland with keeps them as co-leaders.

Elland totalled 182-7 thanks largely to a superb unbeaten 102 from Robin Broom.

Nasir Jamal claimed four for 24 for the visitors, who then got to work with the bat with Tom Denton hitting 40.

It was Anderson and Shahban Raheem (39), however, who got Shepley home.

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Matt Steers claimed five for 52 for Barkisland as they held Cawthorne 11 runs short of a 199 target.

Skipper Darren Robinson was the mainstay of the Barkisland innings at Dark Lane with 72, while Murtuza Hussain picked up five for 51.

Kirkburton scored a welcome win at Scholes with the help of half centuries from Andrew Smith and former Scholes player Nick Sharp.

Smith hit 82 off 121 balls including 11 fours and a six – his 50 coming off 81 deliveries – while Sharp’s 50 came off 51 balls in 68 minutes and included five fours and three sixes as Burton totalled 254-8, with the help of some poor Scholes fielding.

Scholes were in trouble in reply as Sharp picked up three for 33, but the champions pulled round with sound batting from Jack Cooper (32) and Leeds United footballer Ross Killock (31) and were eventually dismissed for 206.

Golcar won at Shelley by five wickets while Skelmanthorpe were bowled out for just 84 at Armitage Bridge, Richard Wimpenny top scoring on 33 while Mark Johnson, with three for 30, and Danny Moorhouse (four for 20) did the damage with the ball.

Armitage Bridge got home by six wickets at 85-4 Matt West 30 and Jack Hinchliffe 40 not out.