STAMFORD Bridge bowler Martin Veysey had the best bowling figures of the day when he took 8- 42 as Thirsk were dismissed for 111 in division five.

Andrew Frazer then made 26 as Stamford won by four wickets with Danny Bird taking 4-51 for the losers.

Dunnington continue to lead the division after Gary Andrew 63 and skipper Alan Jackson 46 had enabled them to make 184-7 despite figures of 5-52 by Tony Hall. York's reply of 148-6 was spearheaded by Chris Horner's 44 whilst Tom Blackwell's unbeaten 37 enabled his side to draw at 148-6.

Two batsmen, one on either side, made 80 plus in a closely fought draw at Carlton Towers.

Carlton's Neil Robinson hit 84 as he and Jonathon Dilks who made 69, saw Carlton to 197-9. Cawood's Neil Bartram claimed 3-58 in 19 overs. His team mate Richard Nicholson then hit 81, Diccon Edwards 40 and newcomer Kieth Towndrow 35 but the experienced Steve Landers took 5-42 to block a Cawood victory with their total closing at 191-8 in a drawn game.

Keith Till took 3-24 and top scored with 45 as Sessay gained a six-wicket win at Huntington.

Home batsman Dean Walton made 46 but Ian Watkinson backed Till with 3-42 to restrict the home side to 136-8. Till then was aided by Mike Shuttleworth 26 and Tony Fox who made an unbeaten 25 as Sessay took the spoils at 137-4.

At Tadcaster, Richard Wood made 30 and Mark Redhead 39 as Hovingham reached 133-8 with John Weatherhill taking 3-26 for the hosts. After the break Rob Hill made 28 and Colin Williamson 29 not out to ward off the threat posed by Redhead, who took 4-51, and gain a four-wicket win.

Updated: 11:11 Monday, June 14, 2004