DUNNINGTON secured their piece of silverware of the season as they produced a dominant display to defeat Ovington II and win the Scothern Cup.

Harry Paver (105) scored his maiden century in just 64 balls while captain Steve Jackson also contributed tellingly with 78 as Dunnington finished on 239-4.

Ovington II had little in reply and were all out for just 57 with Harvey Jackson (3-6) and Ed Millington (3-0) recording tremendous figures to seal the win.

In the York Vale division one, the top three sides all recorded convincing away wins in a full weekend programme of league games.

League leaders Clifton Alliance scored an emphatic win at Kelfield to remain top of the tree.

Opening bowlers Lewis Clark (5-29) and George Brown (3-28) combined to dismiss the home side for just 74.

Skipper Jason Gatus (35 not out) led the run chase as Clifton finished on 75-2 to win for the 11th time this season in the league.

Second-placed Burn also made light work of their opposition, winning easily at Stockton & Hopgrove.

Jacob Webster (4-26) was the key bowler for Burn with Rob Cockerill showing graft in his innings to fight to 45 though his side were all out for 105.

It took 36 overs for Burn to reach the winning line, thanks to attritional knocks from Ben Steward (30) and Ed Clark (35), taking them to 106-4.

Thixendale remain third after returning to winning ways against fourth-placed South Cave & Brantingham.

Seven wickets for 40 runs came from bowler Kev Wallis as South Cave collapsed to score 157-9, with Harshal Deshmukh top-scoring with 57.

Runs from Ray Walker, Simon Walgate (both 35) and Jonty Gillingham (25) led the Thixendale reply of 185-5.

Melbourne needed less than 20 overs to defeat bottom side Yapham (91 all out), with captain James Coupland (42) leading the victory.

Fellow strugglers Askham Bryan (79) also lost heavily to Ovington (141) to complete a clean sweep of away side wins in the division.

Division two table-toppers Stamford Bridge (63-7) edged a low scoring affair at Hemingbrough (62).

Pocklington (232-8) maintained their good form with a resounding home win against fourth placed Hirst Courtney (85).

The home side's total was based around a second-wicket stand of 130 featuring a Martin Stables century (105).

Rich Williman (5-28) then put paid to the visitor’s response as Pocklington moved into second place.

Sessay (56), who sit at the foot of the table, lost heavily again at Thorpe Willoughby (58-2) as none of their bats recorded double figures against the in-form bowling of Jordan Leybourn (5-15) and Steve Jackson (3-14).

Ben Johnson (167-5) enjoyed their trip to Clifton Alliance II (166) with a win that eased their relegation worries. Runs from Steve Castle (26), Neil Drew (25) and Paul Morrison (36) secured victory with three overs to spare.

The top of Division three clash saw Burn II (181-8) narrowly beat local rivals Thorpe Willoughby II (176-5) in a thriller at Linnet Park, with the Burn innings dominated by an aggressive ton from Mark Webster (125).

In reply, Thorpe’s Peter Wilson (69no) and Jamie Richardson (35) took the game deep, but the home side were unable to score the ten required off the final over in a tense finale.

The away win theme of the week continued as Pocklington II (138-9) took the spoils at Ovington II (74) and Bishopthorpe (157) recovered well to secure victory at Bolton Percy (132-9).

Visitors Selby (162-9) were on course for a much-needed win at Heslington (87-8) before the rain intervened, leaving the endeavours of Oliver Western (69no & 3-20) for the visitors in vain after youngster Lucas Ruane (3-18) had earlier bowled well for the hosts.