WOodlands slipped to an 84-run defeat at home to Allrounder Bradford Premier League title chasing Pudsey St Lawrence last Saturday.
Saints opener Mark Robertshaw hit his first century of the season and his innings of 102 included three sixes and nine fours before be fell to Ishfaq Ahmed.
Robertshaw was supported by teenager Harry Cullingford (32) as St Lawrence made 235-7.
The Woodlands batting again proved fragile with captain Tim Jackson (35) top scoring as they were bowled out for 151.
Jordan Thompson, fresh from his Yorkshire debut in the T20 blast against Worcester earlier this week, took 3-26.
Lawrence picked up a maximum 20 points and are third, 16 points behind leaders New Farnley, with Woodlands back in sixth place.