BUBWITH extended their lead at the top of Foss Evening League division one after a comfortable win against title-rivals Middleton & North Dalton.

M&ND slumped to 57-9 off their 18 over, Bubwith sailing to a nine-wicket win in just 7.2, with Mark Holmes ending on 38 not out.

Osbaldwick followed their win last week with victory against Barmby Moor.

Osso piled up 157-2 off their 18 overs, Matthew Hattee (76) and James Hattee (44no) both in the runs.

Barmby could only make it to 98-5, with A Smith (36) the only real threat. James Jacques (4-0-21-3) pinned them back.

Woodhouse Grange secured a narrow first win of term after keeping Yapham to 94-6, despite strong batting from Jason Nalttrass (43no). Grange reached their target, also with six men down, with just four balls remaining.

Heworth conceded to Asgard Vikings.

The division two game between Dunnington and Bishop Wilton proved a thriller.

Dunnington bowled well, notably through Jordan Richardson (3.1-0-13-3) and Ewan Davies (4-1-7-3), and despite Martin Davies (25) being positive with the bat late on, Bishop only reached 111.

Dunnington in reply were more positive. Harry Griffiths (48no) carried his bat, and aided by Harry Paver (26) helped take them to a four-wicket win with just one ball to spare, finishing on 112-6.

Pocklington, with great knocks by Dan Littlewood (61) and Ted Donkin (49), eased to 149-3 off 18 overs away to Thixendale.

It wasn’t so smooth for the hosts, who were bowled out for 91 in reply, C Brattan taking 4-9.

Woodhouse Grange made 114-6 in another close game at Westow, Harry Cooper (31) and Archie Hobson (32) working well to help build a total.

Westow, however, were too strong, and, despite a valiant bowling effort from Ted Baty (4-0-19-3), Chris Inman (26) and Kristian Pickering (40no) took the hosts to a five-wicket win with four balls to spare

Despite a good start by Richard Exley (44), the rest of Wellington's batting didn’t quite provide enough runs against an in-form York, Kieran Blake (4-0-28-3) restricting them to 105-7. The York openers started well and, coupled with a good knock by Pradeep Basthiankoralage (32no), the Clifton Parkers won by five wickets after 15 overs.

Heslington secured their first win of the division three season in a highly entertaining game against Tang Hall Tigers.

Tang Hall started positively, Jack Gabbo cracking a quickfire 50, backed by Tom Hewer (35). Richard Simpson (4-0-26-3) took three wickets in the final over as the innings ended on 148-9.

Heslington replied with a partnership of 143 for the first wicket between Pankaj Saini (70) and William Phelps (65no), and they reached 152-1 off 16.5 overs.

Tom Jennings (29) helped to take Londesborough Park to 106-6 at Heworth, but it wasn’t enough as Heworth made 108-7, with Alfie Oliver (32no) carrying his bat.

The runs flowed in another thriller at Stamford Bridge.

Despite an early flutter of wicket, Bolton Percy reached 171-3 with Tom Atkinson (68) and Ed Noble (74no) batting well. Stamford knew they had to go at the total, and opener Jonny Rawsthorne (40) set them off well. Lewis Wilson (40no) at number five also played expansively and managed to steer them to 172-6 off 17.2.

In division four, Kelfield comfortabley saw off Ovington. Thomas Cookson (57) took Ov to 111-5 off their 18 but fellow opener Craig Lawson (54no) carried his bat as Kelfield moved to 113-2 of just 13.5 overs.

Asgard Vikings struggled against Stockon & Hopgrove, limping to 67-8 off 18 overs with S&H winning by 10 wickets in 10.5 overs through Jamie Kerrison (33no) and Rob Cockerill (31no).

Copmanthorpe totalled only 79-8 off their 20 overs at Wheldrake. Home opener D Skaith (32no) helped to knock off the runs in 12.2 overs in an eight-wicket win.