FOLLOWING a complete washout the previous week, the Foss Evening Cricket League resumed with last season’s champions Osbaldwick returning to winning ways.

Now with a win to their name in division one, fifth-placed Osso posted 125-4 off 16 overs - with the help of James Hattee (31), William Rymer (28) and Matthew Hattee (54 not out) - and managed to restrict Heworth to a total of 84-7.

Sharp bowling from Osso opener Rich Cox (4-0-25-3) helped to stifle a middle-order resurgence.

Woodhouse Grange continued their winless start to the season, losing by seven wickets against a so-far unbeaten Middleton & North Dalton side.

Opener Dan Durkin (50no) scored more than half Grange's runs as they were restricted to 99-5, with impressive figures from Jack Riby of 2-0-11-3.

In reply, M&ND moved positively with a great knock by Ricky Woodmansey (31) and R Lount (28no).

The Asgard Vikings struggled against Barmby Moor, posting only 70-8 off their 16 overs in the four-wicket defeat. Mohammed Uzair Ali (34) was the only Asgard batsman who put on a total, with no fewer than four ducks in the middle order.

Barmby replied positively, with D Simpson (28) helping them sail to a total of 71 in just 9.3 overs. Mahannad Await Khan (1.3-0-7-3) was the only real threat with the ball.

The game between Yapham and Bubwith was conceded by Yapham.

Thixendale continued their winning ways in division two with an impressive score of 155-4 off 18 overs.

Alex Machen (75), coming in at number three, caused a real problem for the Bishop Wilton bowlers.

Bishop posted a score of 102-4, with an unbeaten 37 for Joe Bowman.

It was a low-scoring affair at Pocklington, who bowled out eight-man Dunnington for 65 off just 13.3 overs. Pock went at the total positively and reached 66-2 off 11 overs.

York hosted Westow, who reached a very respectable 136-2 off their 16 overs. It was a good batting performance, with highlights from Alistair Fothergill (28) and Matthew Shipley (49no).

York came strongly out of the blocks and, despite an early wicket, had an unbroken second-wicket partnership of 101 of 64 balls between Matt Swaddle (56no) and Will Scholey (70no) en route to 137-1.

Wellington conceded to Woodhouse Grange Academy.

Tang Hall Tigers struggled in their division three trip to Bolton Percy, with Darren Gargan (40) the only player to really trouble the scorers in their total of 84-6 off 16.

It was a lot more comfortable for Bolton Percy in reply, despite losing two early wickets, as they sailed to 85-2 off 11.3 overs, with performances from Tom Anderson (40no) and Ed Noble (23no).

Stamford Bridge extended their winning run with a victory against Heworth. Charlie Wilson (4-0-18-3) helped Bridge to restrict Heworth to 69-7.

Bridge did not lose a wicket in their chase, with an opening partnership between Stewart Fraser (22no) and Kieran Fenwick (47no) seeing them to 71 off 11.4 overs.

Heslington conceded to Asgard Vikings.

In division four, Adam Mosley (3-0-7-4) again proved to be a destructive force with the ball as he helped Copmanthorpe secure a victory against Ovington.

Ov reached only 78-8, Finn Baqai (25) top-scoring. Cop’s innings was more straightforward as they won by eight wickets.

Kelfield reached a total of 113-4 off their 18 overs against Stockton & Hopgrove. J Cockerill (51) started positively and shared a good partnership with P Corfield (31).

Stockton & Hopgrove had a stuttered start and only managed 86-7 off their 18.