STEFAN Littlewood produced a stunning display of hitting as Ovington slaughtered Retreat 2nds by 205 runs in division three of the Foss Evening League.

He smashed nine sixes and 17 fours on his way to a brutal 168 not out with the ball disappearing to all parts.

Ovington scored 21 off the first over to set the tone for the remainder of the innings, as openers Littlewood and Pete Kelly powered to 113, before Kelly was bowled for 24.

Harry Buckley joined Littlewood to maintain the momentum, scoring 71 not out, which included six maximums and five boundaries as Ovington compiled a massive 273.

Retreat were never in with a shout and batted out their 20 overs for 68-6, Jed Fowke taking 3-8.

Heworth Colts took two late wickets to snatch a last over victory against Aviva Vikings.

The company side needed six to win with nine balls remaining when 14-year-Alex Bell took a wicket. Heworth skipper Paul Whitley then sealed the victory, taking the last wicket with four balls to spare with all results possible.

Earlier teenagers Harry Sheppeard (40 no) and Kewell Ford (39) helped the Colts total 111-3.

Tang Hall Tigers chased down Westow’s 105-2 at Elm Park Way. The villagers slipped to 33-2 after seven overs but Alistair Fothergill (44no) and Andrew Phillips (27no) counter-attacked with an unbroken partnership of 72.

The Tigers raced to 68 from the opening eight overs, Andrew Parkinson making 40. Westow got back in the game as four wickets fell for just eight runs leaving Tang Hall on 92-5 but there were no more alarms as they won in 13.5 overs.

Jack Spofforth was Dunnington Academy’s matchwinner in the six-wicket win against York in division one.

Needing 107 to win, the Academy lost Adam Sutcliffe, bowled by Sam Elliott with the fifth delivery of the innings, but Spofforth (41no) saw Dunnington home.

Woodhouse Grange hung on to beat Pocklington by 15 runs thanks to a fine all-round performance by Josh Jackson. He hit 23 from just 13 deliveries as Grange finished on 111-6 then took of 4-0-18-4 to ensure Grange were always in control.

Needing 97 to beat North Dalton, Osbaldwick were stuttering at 17-5 before Tom Young (55) turned the game on its head.

Osbaldwick needed ten runs from two overs with three wickets in hand, when 15-year-old left-arm spinner Jack Riby entered the fray. After Young’s dismissal in the penultimate over, Osbaldwick fell short, with Riby finishing with 2-7.

Angus Campbell (50no) and Salman Syed (26) added 64 for the fourth wicket as Retreat closed on 115-6 against Heworth in division two.

Heworth’s batsmen were always behind the pace in the gathering gloom. It was left to man of the match Angus Campbell to clear up the Heworth middle order with 3-15 as Retreat won by 40 runs.

Bishopthorpe made it two wins out of two with a four-wicket win against Bishop Wilton which featured 3-30 by 13-year-old spinner Joe Stowe.

Yapham routed Melbourne by 81 runs with their opening pair Jack Holman and Tom Connell (36) putting on 94. Holman was finally caught for 80 off 57 balls as Yapham closed on 129-3 off 18 overs.

Barmby Moor’s Sam Appleton (4-8) narrowly missed on a hat-trick in the win against Stockton & Hopgrove.