BURN batsmen Ady Huetson and Scott Hunt both scored centuries in their team’s victory against South Cave and Brantingham.

The rarity in HPH York Vale League cricket was achieved as Burn amassed 251 by tea.

Cave bowler Ben Scorah (3-51) took out the top order but Huetson (107no) and Hunt (102no) combined to score their maiden centuries.

The reply was led by Mark Ash (49) but the East Yorkshire side lost by 31 runs.

Ben Challis’ career-first hundred was in vain as Wheldrake lost by seven wickets to Askham Bryan.

Wheldrake were 5-2 when Challis (106) walked to the crease and put on 110 for the third wicket with stand-in skipper Simon Rouse (18), who was one of four wickets to fall to slow bowler Ali Hogben.

Wheldrake were all out for 155, with wicketkeeper Phil Allen claiming four victims.

Chris Copeland (48) and Kevin Smith, who smashed an unbeaten 68 from 32 balls, enjoyed a 100 partnership to see Askham home.

Westow made it four wins out of four by beating Thixendale with Jacob Stephenson the star by taking 5-35 as Thix crashed from 81-3 to 91-9.

Stephenson then came to the rescue when Westow were 60-4 by smashing an undefeated 80 from only 54 deliveries.

Melbourne collapsed to 8-4 after six overs against Kelfield but managed a total of 113, only for Kelfield to romp home with Craig Lawson (48 no) and Phil Corfield (41) sharing a stand of 86.

Clifton Alliance openers Ali Wray (50no) and Jason Gatus (45no) swept their side to a 10-wicket win against Ovington, who had been bowled out for 108.

Stockton & Hopgrove pulled off a six-wicket win against Hemingbrough in division two.

Opener Johnny Cockerill hit 106 but, after his departure, the run rate slowed against Athula Ranathaynke (4-36) with Hemingbrough settling for 206-8.

Stockton openers Jamie Kerrison (53) and Dan Fairclough (45) put on 84 inside 12 overs and Pete Fairclough steered the team home with an unbeaten 33.

Despite their best score of the season, Thorpe Willoughby crashed to a fourth successive defeat.

Malton posted 251-6 with home skipper Chris Bingham smashing 107, supported by 42 from Nick Lock. and Thorpe rattled up 67 after six overs before falling short by 56 runs, as Tom Barker took 4-32.

Evergreen John Latimer’s 11-over spell of 4-22 saw Bishopthorpe check Ben Johnson. Joe Curtis then made 49 as the printers slid to defeat.

Hirst Courtney powered to a nine-wicket win against Stamford Bridge with Jake Wild rattling an unbeaten 81.

Dunnington’s side, which included nine juniors, proved too good for Selby.

Steve Jackson’s 62 helped the Common Road side to 181, but it was their youthful attack who won the game, reducing the visitors to 17-5 in no time.

Burn II cantered to victory against Stamford Bridge with Dan Robinson contributing 3-25 and skipper Ray Adamson an unbeaten 79.

Jack Mayfield’s 97 not out saw Clifton Alliance II make light work of defeating Ovington II by eight wickets.

Yapham II were bowled out for 115 with seven of their batsmen failing to reach double figures as spinner Malcolm Harrison (5-12) got to work.

The only runs of note came from Sam Noble (47), but the modest total proved enough when Leigh Johnson finished with 5-24 as Pock were bowled out for 73.

Tom Reid scored 73 not out as Sessay saw off Thorpe Willoughby II.

Press Performance of the Week Jacob Stephenson preserved Westow’s 100 per cent winning start to the division one season with an unbeaten 80 and 5-35 against Thixendale.