TOM YOUNG posted a brilliant century as Osbaldwick beat Asgard Vikings in division one of the Foss Evening Cricket League.

Osbaldwick posted a score of 194-7 off their 20 overs, with Matthew Hattee making 39 and Young 113, while Asgard's Mohammed Shoaib (3-0-32-3) took key wickets.

In reply V Sharma (65no) and Mohammed Shoaib (46) starred with the bat, but it wasn’t enough as Vikings finished on 159-2 off their 20.

Bubwith are still unbeaten, with their latest victims being Woodhouse Grange.

Bubwith started strongly and posted 146-7 in 18 overs. Freddie Collins (38no) made a good start and, despite losing some early wickets, Tom Collins (63no) and a good knock from Glen Crouch (29) helped post a good score.

Woodhouse Grange's top scorer was Scott Shepherd (33) as tight bowling from Collins (3-0-17-3) helped restrict Grange to 105-7 off their 18.

Middleton/North Dalton put on 106-9 in their 18 overs, restricted by a superb bowling spell by Yapham’s Robert Hewitt (4-0-18-6).

Ricky Woodmansey (46) was the pick of the M&ND batting.

Yapham started positively with openers Sam Noble (36no) and Jason Nattrass (31) helping make a good start. The loss of two wickets for two runs at 40-2 stifled the chase, and Yapham finished just short, on 102-3 in their 18.

The game between Barmby Moor and Heworth was abandoned.

In a thrilling division two game, Bishop Wilton edged past Pocklington with just two balls to go.

Pock started poorly but Daniel Croft (39no) and Sam Shipley (54no) helped steady the ship, and take the score to 135-3 off their 18.

Bishop Wilton's openers did brilliantly, J Holman (64no) carrying his bat and sharing a great partnership with Martin Davies (52) as Wilton finished on 139-1 off 17.4.

Thixendale batted and bowled Dunnington out of the game, setting them a total of 153 in 20 overs.

Doug Bentley (28) opened well, but a good partnership between S Walgate (73no) and J Gillingham (36no) helped them to a great total.

Cooper Barnes (4-0-10-4) and Doug Bentley (4-2-2-4) tore through the Dunnington batting order, as they were bowled out for 77 in their 20 overs.

The Wellington were well beaten when they hosted Westow.

Westow hit a mammoth 208-2 in their 18 overs. Westow put on 96 runs for their first wicket as Chris Inman (44) and Nathan Pratt (77) set up the innings perfectly, as Jacob Stephenson (68no) supported.

The Wellington’s Buddi Mirando (39) batted well, but they were bowled out for 82.

It was a tight game between Woodhouse Grange and York, with York edging it.

Grange posted 105-4 with Harry Cooper (36) and Harry Jackson (36no) pushing the total up to something defendable.

Sam Forbes (35) was the pick of the batting as York finished on 111-5, clinching the win despite Tom Burdett's figures of 2.2-0-19-3.

Heslington and Heworth were the only two teams to play in division three.

William Phelps (46) and Pankaj Saini (90) built a good score of 169-2 in 18 overs for Heslington.

The weather changed at the innings break and despite a maiden 50 for Ben Morritt Heworth fell short on 113-3 off 18.

The games between Londesborough Park and Bolton Percy and Tang Hall Tigers and Stamford Bridge were abandoned due to the conditions.

The game between Stockon & Hopgrove and Ovington was the only division four game to defeat the elements.

S&H put on 164-6 in their 20 thanks to Jamie Kerrison (67), Rob Cockerill (33) and Phil Herridge (31no).

Charlie Buckley (42) helped Ovington finish on 95-8 in their 20.

The game between Copmanthorpe and Asgard Vikings was abandoned, while Wheldrake conceded to Kelfield.