LEADERS Bubwith romped to a ten-wicket mauling of a young North Dalton in Foss Evening Cricket League division one.

Dalton, whose team included four under-15s, recorded an under-par 114-3 from 18 overs, despite Shaun Tate's 50.

Charles Lambert led Bubwith's victory charge with an undefeated 68, which included four fours and four sixes, while Richard Readman played the supporting role with 36 not out as Bubwith won in 15.2 overs.

Dunnington kept up their title aspirations after beating Osbaldwick by 20 runs.

Dunnington posted 149-3 with Adam Sutcliffe scoring 38 from 34 balls and Dan Barrett smashing 84 from just 55.

A great knock of 72 from Tom Young nearly saw Osbaldwick home. He hit 72 off 51 balls but Alex Wilson, who normally keeps wicket, came on to bowl and took three wickets in an over to effectively win the game.

Chris Suddaby (31) helped Woodhouse Grange post 110-7 against Dunnington Academy, Sam Tattersall taking 3-24. The Academy's reply got off to a good start thanks to Mark Willoughby (47) but Suddaby (3-15) swayed the game Grange's way as he removed him in his first over. This, coupled with the pace of Nathan Saltmer (2-18), saw Dunnington fall short at 89-9.

Yapham went top of division two with a comprehensive win against Bishopthorpe.

Openers Jack Holman (60 off 38 balls) and Jason Nattrass put on 98 for the first wicket in just 11 overs setting Yapham on the way to a big total.

Holman was dropped on one and that proved costly as he hit the 11th over for 18 runs. The Bishops were never in the hunt against tight bowling and closed on 73-6.

Yapham's win knocked Retreat I off the top as the York-based side lost against Barmby Moor.

Retreat struggled to 92-5, Salman Syed hitting 44, and Moor easily chased down that total as Sam Appleton hit four maximums on his way to 32.

Sean Leetham (33no) and Lee Bradshaw (38no) teamed up with an unbroken second-wicket partnership to see Heworth overhaul Stockton & Hopgrove’s 96-4 in 14 overs.

Bishop Wilton overcame Melbourne in a game for the bowlers.

Billy Higgins (3-8) and George Baty (4-9) saw Wilton fold to 64. In response, Melbourne never got going, pegged back by swing bowler Ed Huthinson (3-4), and Ash Cattle saw BW home, cleaning up the tail with 3-17 to bowl out Melbourne for just 56.

Heworth beat nine-man Aviva in division three thanks to Jon Draper and his 14-year-old son, Rob.

Batting for the first time together, they put on 90 in an opening partnership to set up the seven-wicket win. Earlier Aviva's Siddarth Elango (37) and Carl Hodgson (32) put on 86 for the second wicket in a total of 114-5.

Tang Hall Tigers had too much in the tank for Westow.

Jack Gabbitiss hit seven sixes in his 84 while Westow's best bowler was Nathan Pratt (4-27). Tigers captain Stephen Tait took 3-11 and Dane Winn, keeping wicket for the first time, took a spectacular catch as the Tigers won by 39 runs to maintain their title challenge.

Runs flowed on Knavesmire where Retreat II beat Ovington by 17 runs.

The Shefta brothers, Nadeem and Khalid, put on 55 for Retreat’s first wicket. Nadeem pushed on to score an unbeaten 73 in partnership with his dad, Nas, who made an undefeated 35 as Retreat II closed on 144-2.

Ovington responded with an opening partnership of 90 between Pete Kelly (31) and Stefan Littlewood (61). However, once the partnership was broken Ovington’s challenge faded.

Thixendale bowlers Will Megginson (2-14) and Tom Brader (3-10), both playing their first games of term, restricted Stamford Bridge Academy to 92-8. Although Ben Beard (3-30) kept Bridge in the game, Nigel French (27no) saw Thix home.