FOSS Evening League leaders Bubwith sealed their fifth win of the season, beating Barmby Moor by three wickets.

Bubwith are six points clear at the top while Barmby Moor sit just above the relegation zone, level on points with second-bottom Woodhouse Grange.

Barmby Moor, batting first made 80-9 in their 18 overs, with Tom Goddard (4-0-15-3) once more among the wickets for Bubwith, who secured victory in the 10th over of their reply - but not without losing some late wickets. D Simpson (1-0-1-3) claimed three in one over, but it wasn’t enough and Bubwith finished on 84-7, aided by a great knock by Tom Collins (34).

Osbaldwick made it look easy against Middleton & North Dalton, as they won by nine wickets. M&ND had batsmen that all made starts to contribute to their total of 91-5 off their 18, but no batsman could convert into more runs.

Osso opener Matthew Hattee (66 not out) carried his bat as he made a significant stand to take them to 92-1 off just 14.3 overs.

Heworth travelled to Woodhouse Grange, where visiting opener Jack Wilkinson (37) and Lewis Meek (27) proved the pick of the batting as they put on 99-7 in their 20 overs.

In reply, an unbeaten score for Tom Burdett (42) allowed Grange to reach 100-4 off 18.2 overs, winning the game by six wickets.

Yapham conceded to Asgard Vikings.

In division two, Dunnington comfortably beat Woodhouse Grange Academy, who posted a total of 103-8 off their 20 overs. Ed Millington (3-0-11-3) bowled tight and consistent lines to help limit the Grange batting options.

In reply, Harry Griffiths hit an unbeaten 51 and, despite two early wickets, he and Harry Paver (43no) chased down the total. Dunnington finished on 104-2 off just 13.3 overs.

Thixendale made short work of visiting York, whose batsmen struggled.

York made a positive start with openers Matt Swaddle (30) and Alex Wood (26), though none of their compatriots managed to make it into double figures as Henry Harrison (4-0-16-3) helped restrict the total to 92-9 off 16.

Despite two early wickets for Will Scholey, opener Stephen Beal (26no) and Alex Machen (39no) helped steer Thix to a seven-wicket win, finishing on 96-3 off 10.5.

Pocklington set an unassailable total of 147-4 off their 16 overs at The Wellington. The Pock openers fell early, but a resurgent middle order of Sam Shipley (26), Ben Thompson (23) and an unbeaten Alex Downey (57no) built a massive total.

In reply, only Richard Exley (32no) managed to make any real dent into the total, as the Welly finished on 74-7 off 16.

It was a high-scoring game between Westow and travelling Bishop Wilton, who set a total of 131-5 in 18 overs.

Wilton opener Joe Moore (33) looked in good form and batted well with Matthew Jones (52), but two run-outs by Will Hughes kept the score in check.

Westow’s openers made brilliant headway, with Jacob Stephenson (76) and Matthew Shipley (40no) getting a long way to the total. Westow won with seven wickets in hand.

A fantastic Stamford Bridge cruised to 110-run victory at Heworth in division three's only game of the night.

Despite losing an early wicket, a superb knock by Jonny Rawsthorne (71) and Jack Spofforth (20) cameo put on a huge 164-4.

In contrast, only Kewell Ford (11) managing to make double figures for Heworth, with Daniel Davies (4-0-14-3) proving the pick of the Bridge attack. Heworth finished on 54-8 off their 18.

Division four leaders Kelfield lost to Stockton and Hopgrove, who set a total of 118-2 in 18 overs. Rob Cockerill (73no) showed a real flair with the bat, hitting over 40 runs in boundaries.

The Kelfield top order all batted well, P Johnson (29) the pick, but it wasn’t enough after successive ducks lead to them finishing on 96-8 in their 18, Jamie Kerrison (3-0-10-3) walking away with impressive figures.

Ovington overcame visiting Copmanthorpe, whose loss of early wickets stunted their approach to a big score.

Cop openers fell cheaply, but a spirited middle order of Nick Dale (23) and Mark Else (30) helped add to the score. Charlie Buckley (4-0-9-3) bowled brilliantly, restricting Cop to 94-8 off 20.

Ovington opener Thomas Cookson (41) made a good start, and set a platform to allow the rest of the batsman to knock the score off for the loss of only three wickets. Ovington won in the 15th over, finishing on 95-3.

Asgard Vikings beat hosts Wheldrake in a close game.

Vikings posted a total of 112-8 in their 20, with Naeem Lodhi (26) contributing in a bowling performance which saw the wickets shared around.

In reply, Wheldrake started well, with Simon Taylor (21) and David Skaith (46) looking to move positively. A middle-order collapse ensued, however, and dented the chances of reaching the total, with good bowling from Vikings. Wheldrake fell just short, finishing on 102-6 in 20.