TOM COLLINS was on fire for Foss Evening Cricket League leaders Bubwith as they beat Heworth by 61 runs.

The Bubwith opener smashed 129 not out off 62 balls, with 14 fours and three sixes in the division one clash.

Freddie Collins (45) was also on form as Bubwith sailed to 208-2 off 20.

It took a mammoth reply from Heworth, who struggled at the start despite some early partnerships.

Freddie Collins (3-0-18-3) bowled well to help limit third-bottom Heworth to 147-6 off their 20, despite Phil Holland's (48) late resurgence.

Middleton & North Dalton got off to a bad start in defeat to Asgard Vikings, losing a wicket on the first ball of their innings.

Things did not improve for M&ND as they slumped to 45 all out off 14 overs, Kalpesh Maheswari (3-1-5-3) finishing with impressive figures.

Vikings made short work of the reply, winning by eight wickets in the seventh over.

Woodhouse Grange edged a thrilling six-run win over Barmby Moor.

Openers Dan Durkin (45) and Tom Burdett (42) set the platform, with Matthew Ainley (31no) helping them to 127-4.

The Barmby Moor openers moved well but their chances were dampened as batsmen built good innings but failed to go on.

P Massey (49) was the pick as they finished on 118-6 off their 18.

The game between Yapham and Osbaldwick was abandoned.

Division two leaders Pocklington secured a six-wicket victory in the final over in a close contest against Westow.

Westow lost early wickets, and needed some mid-order bolstering from Alistair Fothergill (43) and Chis Inman (31no) to see them to 110-4 off 18.

Pock lost a wicket early on, but a good partnership with Ben Thompson (45) and Dan Littlewood (28) helped steer Pock to victory with four balls to spare.

Second-placed Thixendale beat Woodhouse Grange Academy by 50 runs.

Thix’s openers fell cheaply, but incoming S Walgate (57) and Henry Harrison (49) helped build a big total of 170-5.

Grange suffered a blow as Steve Burdett (41no) had to retire.

The Wellington conceded to Bishop Wilton and York v Dunnington was abandoned.

Stamford Bridge extended their lead at the top of division three, with a 37-run victory over Bolton Percy.

Bridge put on 107-5 in their 18 overs, with runs shared around between the batsman, Martyn Woodliffe (24) top scoring.

Bolton Percy needed to start well, but with only Sammy Clews (21) managing to make double digits, it was always going to be a tough ask.

Liam Easton (4-0-11-3) was the pick of the Bridge bowlers, as Bolton Percy finished on 70-8 off 18.

Heworth won at Londesborough Park, despite being bowled out for 92 in their 16.2 overs.

They had a good start, but brilliant bowling from Matt Ware (3-0-16-3) and Sam Young (2-0-5-3) managed to restrict their total.

Park will be frustrated in reply as opener James Beevers (48no) carried his bat, but he received limited support as Park finished on 82-4 in their 18 overs.

The game between relegation-battling Tang Hall Tigers and Heslington was abandoned.

The only game played in division four was an absolute thriller between travelling Kelfield and Ovington.

Kelfield had several contributions throughout their order as they made 123-7 off 20, with P Corfield (34) and C Walker (30no) top scoring.

Ovington were determined in their chase and openers Thomas Cookson (61) and Stefan Littlewood (28) made a great start. Ovington just fell short, finishing on 122-4 off their 20.

Asgard Vikings versus Stockton & Hopgrove, and Copmanthorpe against Wheldrake were abandoned.