WINS for Driffield Town and Acomb at the Hunters York & District Senior League premier division summit keep last year’s relegated pair on course for an immediate return to the top flight.

Leaders Driffield made light work of Wolds rivals Beverley Town II (90 all out) thanks to Jamie Greavson’s six-wicket haul and Alec Drury's 58.

A century from William Wade (108) and wickets from Darcy O’Connor (5-18) gave Acomb an equally emphatic victory over Easingwold.

Joe Dale added 78 and skipper Matthew Dale chipped in with 30 as the visitors reached 255-3.

The hosts were never really in the hunt, James Postill (22) and Elliott Oates (21) two of only three batsmen to reach double figures as Barry Steel (3-35) and Darcy O’Connor (5-18) did the damage.

High-flying Folkton & Flixton suffered a surprise eight-wicket defeat at Hull Zingari, whose Jack Storey was in fine form, taking 4-32 and scoring 54.

Harry Walmsley (51), Jake Hatton (43) and Richard Malthouse (40) made the most telling contributions to the visitors' 180.

Sheriff Hutton Bridge II sit just above the relegation places following an eight-wicket home defeat to York II, Tom Forsdyke (6-29) and Neil Laidlaw (3-19) the main beneficiaries in the comfortable win.

Malton & Old Malton beat Studley Royal by 64 runs.

Daniel Foxton’s (62) 50 partnership with Josh Berry (34) provided the platform on which Malton built their total of 219-9.

Adam Spaven (2-24) and Luke Smith (3-22) kept the visiting batsmen tied down. There were two wickets each for Harrison Wood and Ryan Gaughan.

Pickering beat visiting Whitkirk by eight wickets.

David Greenlay (3-42) and Tom Sigsworth (4-8) were the top performers with the ball while Daniel Ward smashed an unbeaten 61 off only 53 balls.