Heworth have jumped from fourth to top in division three of Costcutter York and District Senior League following their 42 run win over second-placed Whitkirk.

Robert Love made 65 and Dave Bowling 37 to take Heworth to 186-8 as Matt O'Brien took 4-46 and John Colley 3-33.

Whitkirk's Dave Boucher made 49 and Gary Thorpe 42, but Bowling took 3-18 and Jerry Dunnington spun his way to 4-42 as Whitkirk were dismissed for 144.

Nigel Bartram's 5-32 was a major factor in enabling Cawood to defend 133-9 and earn an advantage draw.

Dave Bath's 51, coupled with 25 from Mark Steward counteracted Glyn Cardell's 5-56 then Bartram trumped Steve Spence's 36 to restrict Selby to 112-8 and ease Cawood into second place.

Heslington had a big win at the expence of Acomb who, facing a 227-4 declared off 37 overs, capitulated to 73 all out.

Heslington's John Myers raced to 90 off 74 deliveries and Paul Clarke added 39. Dave Tute (30) was the only Acomb batsman to cope.

Bolton Percy ended their successful cricket festival week with a six wicket victory over Easingwold II. Easingwold were dismissed for 105 by Martin Pears 4-38 and Henry Houseman 3-32. Richard Graves gave the best batting display with a cameo 29.

Peter Houseman then led Bolton's reply by making 48 and. Jamie Rigby added 32 as Bolton won by six wickets.

Sixteen-year-old Chris Cole scored 41 of Thorp Arch's 127-9 against Londesbrough Park, who won by six wicket win as Thorp slumped to their ninth defeat.