Prime Division by Rad

Each clue consists of a pair of numbers, of which the first is a 3-digit number and the second is the quotient when the first number is divided by its highest prime factor.  Thus, possible pairs would be 864, 288 or 583, 11.  All entries are different and none begins with zero.  Capital letters denote across entries and lower-case letters denote down entries.  Z’ denotes Z reversed.

1. A, j        2. B, g    3. F, 2C
4. F’, 4C    5. G, E – 1    6. G’, J’
7. L, D    8. L’, J    9. M, A
10. M’, b    11. a, K    12. a’, J’
13. c, a    14. c’, k’    15. 2d, H’
16. e, E    17. g, G’    18. h, K’
19. h’, k’    20. j, l        21. 5m, f

To enter this competition, send your entry as an image or in list format, to before the 8th July 2013. The first correct entry drawn from the hat will receive a prize donated by the Crossword Centre