FOSS Evening League title-hopefuls Bubwith continue to demonstrate their credentials after notching another victory - this time against Woodhouse Grange.

The division one leaders pinned Grange back to a total of 104 all out, despite an opening partnership of 50 between Matthew Ainley (29) and Tom Burdett (23). Mark Holmes (3.5-0-20-4) though proved very influential with the ball and helped keep the score in check.

In reply, Bubwith were dependent on an unbeaten 81 for Freddie Collins as the rest of the batting line-up struggled against the bowling of Matthew Ainley (4-0-23-3) and John Gilbank (2.5-0-18-3). Despite impressive figures, Bubwith sealed victory with three wickets and a ball in hand, reaching 107-7.

Heworth sailed to a 10-wicket win against visitors Barmby Moor. Barmby Moor reached 84-8 off their 16 overs, with P Massey (32) and T Stubley (25) proving the only real threats with the bat. It was good tight bowling from Heworth, with Drew Patel (4-0-16-3) bowling extremely well to keep the pressure on.

Heworth made their total in 14 overs for no loss, with the winning shot a six. A brilliant partnership between Jack Wilkinson (46no) and Chris Barratt (30no) ensured they secured the three points, reaching a total of 90-0.

Yapham struggled against a formidable Middleton & North Dalton side. Yapham were bowled out for just 60 runs in 14.4 overs thanks to a good all-round bowling display, with Rich Gibson (3.4-0-15-4) proving quite destructive with the ball.

M&ND made it very straightforward in their reply with Dave Brent (32 not out) and Ricky Woodmansey (29no) taking the total to 64 off 8.4 for no loss.

It was a close and high-scoring affair between Osbaldwick and Asgard Vikings. Vikings posted a total of 184-3, Qudrat Azizi (51) and Perveez Khan (86no) being very positive in their high total.

In reply, Osso openers Tom Young (81) and James Hattee (69) put on 148 for their first wicket, but Mohammed Shoaib (3-0-23-3) managed to get a breakthrough. Osso fell just short of the total in reply, finishing on 181-4 off their 18.

Division two leaders Pocklington saw off Bishop Wilton. Bishop made 70-5 from their 16 overs, with Mike Kirby (20) high scoring.

Pocklington made more way in reply, reaching 76-3 off 13.3 overs, helped by opener Ted Donkin (27).

Thixendale made short order of Dunnington’s 119-6 from 16 overs. Dunnington started positively, with Harry Griffiths (58) once more showing his prowess with the bat. It was a good batting display, but R Walker (4-0-18-3) managed to pin the score back.

In response, Thixendale rocketed to 121 in just 10.5 for the loss of one wicket. Stephen Beal (56no) carried his bat and enjoyed a 105-run partnership with Alex Machen (61no).

Wellington put on a respectable 144-4 in their 18 overs - but lost in the last over to Westow. The Welly had enjoyed good scores from their openers Richard Exley (37) and Jack Doyle (74), but Chris Inman was active behind the wickets with two stumpings and a catch.

Westow progressed in a balanced fashion and good batting performances by their top three batsman - Jacob Stephenson (26), Matthew Shipley (69no) and Alistair Fothergill (31) - helped take them to an eight-wicket victory, finishing on 145-2.

York continued their winning run with victory over Woodhouse Grange Academy. York started strongly, putting on 116-4 in their 16 overs. Despite Grange taking two early wickets, Will Scholey (62) came in to steer York to their total.

In reply, Grange were penned back to 57-9, with Kieran Blake (3-1-8-3) finishing with impressive figures.

In division three, the meeting of the top two - Stamford Bridge and Londesborough Park - was halted by rain.

Third-placed Bolton Percy made sure it was another thrilling evening of cricket at Heslington, moving aggressively to 136-5. Despite an early wicket, Percy were expansive in their shots and Ian Holmes (44) scored three sixes.

Heslington required a positive reply, and it was offered by a great opening partnership of 67 in just six overs. Lewis Wrathall scored a massive 92 off just 38 balls, consisting of 12 fours and four sixes. Heslington romped to 140-1 in just 10.2 overs.

Heworth made 128-7 in their game against Tang Hall Tigers. Heworth started by losing an early wicket but Kewell Ford (55) provided a good stable base, with Lewis Meek (25) also contributing. Matty Noble (4-0-17-3) bowled well to keep the score in check.

In reply, Will Etty (4-0-13-5) took a five-for as Tang Hall were bowled out for 57 in just 13.2 overs.

Division four leaders Kelfield put on an unassailable 130-3 when they travelled to Copmanthorpe. The Kelfield batsman all contributed, with Craig Lawson (30) and Matt Walker (46no) being the pick of the batting on show.

The Copmanthorpe batsman struggled though, and only Nick Dale (39) and Rob Ireland (13) made it into double figures as they finished on 90-7. Ben Atkinson (4-0-28-3) bowled well in an effort to take the three points.

Asgard Vikings were bowled out for 66 in 15.5 overs in their trip to Ovington, who won the game with eight wickets in hand. Asgard’s opener Ankush Sehgal (27) provided nearly half the runs as the Ovington bowlers stuck at it, Luke Smith (3.5-1-26-3) proving the pick.

In reply, Ovington batted positively with nearly half of their runs coming from boundaries.

Stockton & Hopgrove proved too strong for Wheldrake as they posted a score of 108-1 off 16. Kanie Kerrison (48) and Rob Cockerill (44no) shared a 98-run partnership for the first wicket.

Wheldrake could not get up to speed in response and finished their 16 overs for 81-4.