JACK BOLAM pulverised Woodhouse Grange's bowling to smash Dunnington to victory in division one of the Foss Evening Cricket League.

Captain Bolam unleashed a full array of shots as he blasted an unbeaten 80 off just 27 deliveries, clearing the ropes seven times and hitting five boundaries.

His blistering power show enabled Dunnington to total 150-5 after being 83-5 after 15 overs.

None of the Grange players got more than 15 except Sam Beales, who hit 44 in his side's 113-6 as Dunnington won by 37 runs.

Dunnington Academy beat Osbaldwick by seven wickets with more than four overs to spare thanks to some big hitting by Arran Reid and Jonny Andrew.

Chasing 148-4, Andrew hammered 35 not out from 18 balls while Reid included five fours and a six in his unbeaten 48. All three wickets fell to Jacob Smith (3-28), who had earlier rattled 37 with the bat.

North Dalton's innings of 148-4 against York was spearheaded by Dave Brent's 85. York's reply was never up with the rate as 15-year-old left-arm spinner Jack Riby (5-19) recorded his first senior five-wicket haul. Keiron Bloor top scored for the Clifton Parkers with 27.

Barmby Moor got off to an excellent start in division two against Melbourne with 62 off the first six overs - thanks to some hard hitting from Sam Appleton, who blasted 47 off 16 balls, half of the deliveries reaching the boundary.

Billy Higgins returned an excellent analysis of 4-2-5-3. Melbourne’s Oliver Steels made 38 but Greg Nesbitt took 3-11 in Moor’s win.

The Retreat beat Bishop Wilton by seven wickets with two overs to spare, Salman Syed (34no) in the runs once more. Strong batting by Scott Clapham (70no) and A J Clarke (49) eased Bishopthorpe to victory against Heworth. The Bishops notched 171-4 with Heworth replying with 143-7.

Yapham lost their openers early on against Stockton & Hopgrove but Martin Pearson (34) and Sam Noble (22) picked up the innings and Yapham never fell behind six an over from there on. Jamie Kerrison took 3-12 off three overs as Yapham finished on 122-7 off 18 overs.

Kerrison also did well with the bat but, when he fell for 36 in the 11th over, Yapham took control.

Heworth Colts gained their second win of the season in a thrilling last-ball division three contest against Thixendale.

The stars for the Colts were father and son Lee and Ethan Bradshaw, who was playing his first senior game.

Lee made the most of an early life to plunder the ball to all parts, making 79 not out.

With the ball it was 14-year-old Ethan's turn to make a mark, taking 3-23 as Thixendale crashed to 68-7.

However, Jonty Gillingham made an unbeaten 47 not out and Darren Bentley 29. Thixendale looked on course for victory until Bentley was caught and bowled by Lee Ford. Dale needed a six off the last ball to win but only managed a single.

Stamford Bridge Academy openers Robert Hewitt (19) and Tom Lawson (41) put on 55 against Aviva Vikings before they were separated. Bridge closed on 88-5, Aviva notching their first win of the season by eight wickets.

Retreat II posted 106-8 against Tang Hall Tigers, whose Jack Sinclair pulled off a spectacular one-handed catch while Gareth Sullivan produced a sharp run-out of Nas Shefta. Simon Burrows hit 35 for Retreat II.

Jack Stearman and Alex Malham both got in the 20s to pave the way for John Flint to blast 36 runs off 12 balls, seeing the Tigers to victory.

Woodhouse Grange were in some trouble against Ovington at 59-5 before 14-year-old Harry Matthews (50no) earned them a total of 119-7 which was enough to win by 14 runs.