Senior Cricket League: Cawood put to sword as Taylor shines
Updated 11:54am Monday 2nd June 2014 in Sport
CIVIL Service II kept themselves in the frame in division four central with a four-wicket win at Cawood II.
The hosts were all out for 62 as James Taylor took 3-15 and loan player Tim Wills, with 3-27, was unable to deny Civil Service.
Duncombe Park were beaten by 66 runs at New Earswick, for whom Ryan Pepper hit 51 in their 132 all out.
The visitors were dismissed for 66, with skipper David Dunn ending 43 not out.
Osbaldwick returned their first win of the season after they beat hosts Sheriff Hutton by five wickets.
Jon Sowden top-scored with 38, after Ollie Cambridge (4-15) and Ben Richardson (3-38) had inflicted the damage with the ball to dismiss the home side for 122.
Mike Horner (25), Nigel Rippon (35) and Pete Machin (25) led Osbaldwick home.
Huby hung on for a draw on 76-7 at home to Hovingham after bowling their guests out for 190, a score which included 57 from Richard John.
Rowntrees & Huntington totalled 205-4 at Carlton Towers in division four west with runs from Paul Horner (84), Stef Cockerill (52) and Andy Main (31).
Pete Edmondson then took 4-11 as the last Carlton wicket fell with four balls remaining.
Dunnington beat travelling Bolton Percy by 12 runs. Dunnington were bowled out for 99 by Jon Anderson (3-30) and Adam Mosley (3-17). Bolton Percy were 87 all out against Daniel Andrew (4-28) and Sam Tattersall (3-32).
Copmanthorpe II had a resounding win at home to bottom team Woodhouse Grange IV.
Manas Dixit (3-16) was instrumental in pegging Woodhouse Grange to 68 all out. Despite 3-11 from new man Paul Durkin, the visitors only lost four wickets, with Paul Newton leading the charge on 30 not out.
Hemingbrough chalked up their third win as they took maximum points at home to Cawood.
Cawood were all out for 160 in 43 overs with Stuart Baxter scoring 59 and club chairman Keith Towndrow weighing in with 42.
Hemingbrough lost seven wickets as they passed the target with Paul Van Dijk hitting 46 after taking 4-29. Robert Scarr supported him with 5-16.
Tadcaster Magnet held on for a draw after hosts Pocklington had posted an all-out 177, thanks to Dan Croft’s 89.
Geoff Woodward took 4-25, but it was not enough to take maximum points as Magnets had Khalid Shefta (4-29 and 34 runs) to thank as they held on at 114-8.
In division four east, Driffield closed on 211-4 in reply to South Holderness' massive 356-2 off 45 overs.
Beverley Town took full points at home to Kirkella, who were unsuccessful in chasing down the target of 191.
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