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Twenty/20 Cup
Updated: Friday, January 1, 2016 22:59
Sarfraz Ahmed
Sarfraz Ahmed was at his big-hitting best for Woodlands in their victory . Picture: ©JCT600 Bradford League



There will be a powerful line-up for finals day with holders Pudsey Congs and hosts Pudsey St Lawrence being joined by Woodlands and Hanging Heaton after tonight's quarter-finals.

Sarfraz Ahmed produced another of his powerful hitting as Woodlands won a high-scoring encounter with Bradford & Bingley at Albert Terrace.

He made 70 from just 26 balls with six sixes and six fours as Woodlands piled up an impressive score of 211-4. Pieter Swanepoel (39), Sam Frankland (37) and Duncan Snell (34) all made useful contributions.

Chris Thompson seems to enjoy playing at Albert Terrace having made two league centuries on the ground and he produced another fine innings when Bingley replied.

Thompson smashed 70 from just 30 balls with five sixes and six fours. While he was in, Bradford & Bingley had a chance of winning.

Scott Richardson, who has been unable to bowl through injury in the early part of the season, was the pick of the bowlers with 3-35 as Bingley were restricted to 192-8 to ;lose by 19 runs

Hanging Heaton secured their place in the last four with an 11-run win over the 2013 competition winners Morley at Scatcherd Lane.

David Stiff (39) and Joe Fraser (34) helped Hanging Heaton to 135-6 against a disciplined Morley attack.

Morley looked to be heading for victory while Kashif Naveed (37) was at the wicket, but once he was dismissed by Ian Philliskirk Morley's challenge slipped they finished on 124-6..

Both Pudsey Congs and Pudsey St Lawrence received byes after opponents Farsley and Lightcliffe withdrew.

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