VISITORS York came out on top, bringing to an end Sheriff Hutton Bridge’s unbeaten start to the Hunters ECB Yorkshire Premier League North season. Victory saw York overtake their opponents to go top.

Duncan Snell (91) and Jonathan Tattersall (91 not out) put on 126 together, before Charlie Elliot's quickfire 41 helped York to a monstrous target of 275-5.

Skipper Adam Fisher made 84 and Dulash Udayanga 56 to help Hutton Bridge to 159-1, but once the pair had been dismissed, the side’s chance of success diminished.

Tattersall (4-47) starred with the ball too as the home side eventually closed on 231-8.

Woodhouse Grange kept pace with the leaders thanks to a 47-run victory at Castleford. An opening stand of 130 by Andrew Bilton and Simon Tennant (52) gave them the perfect start.

Bilton (110) made a century before being dismissed by David Wainwright (5-36), who restricted the visitors to 246-7. Wainwright (53) shone with the bat too, along with Rizwan Hussain (58).

Their half-centuries helped their side to 199-8 to secure an important two points. Tennant took 3-35.

Scarborough won easily at home against a struggling Harrogate side, with their total of 239-8 including a fine 67 from Ben Elvidge. Ashley Griffin finished with 4-41.

Corrie Keable then top scored with 45 but the loss of four wickets for six runs, all to Jack Holt (5-50), effectively ended the contest as the visitors were dismissed for 151.

Driffield Town, without a win since the opening day, sprung a shock in beating Stamford Bridge by 39 runs. Captain Danny Broumpton (63) and Kavindu Kulasekara (55) put on 107 for Town's third wicket.

Bridge's spin pairing of Matt Beckett (4-19) and Ryan McKendry (3-28) ran through the remainder of the line-up to dismiss the home side for 170.

Harry Burnhill (4-39) and Ollie Ezard (3-32) then proceeded to tear through the visitors' batting as they were all out for 131.

Yorkshire Academy won at Sessay by 28 runs, their third successive win. Bilal Anjum (54) and Matthew Taylor (57) contributed to their total of 219.

Sessay’s Navin Kavikara took 3-39 and also top scored with 36, but it was not enough as his side's innings closed on 191-7.

Rock-bottom Acomb were soundly beaten at local rivals Clifton Alliance. The home side's’ total of 274-6 was underpinned by Liam Hope-Shackley (68) and Scott Hopkinson (66).

Despite Darcy O’Connor's 33, the visitors were dismissed for a paltry 95, with Samuel Grant (5-29) and Scott Hopkinson (4-54) running riot.