OSBALDWICK turned the Foss Evening League division one table on its head by thumping newly-crowned champions Bubwith by 69 runs.

It means Osso - who became the first side to defeat Bubwith this summer - leapfrog York and so may escape the drop if only one club is relegated after Pocklington withdrew from the division early in the campaign.

York may therefore regret conceding their match against Woodhouse Grange.

Osbaldwick stacked up 166-5 off 16 overs, Tom Young hitting 81 from 36 balls. Michael Hattee nurdled 34 from 22 and Jacob Tomlinson made 29 not out.

Bubwith's reply never got in gear as youngster Alfie Oliver took 2-20 after a tight opening spell by Alex Rippon. Richard Readman fell to the leg spin of Benjamin Richardson for 23. Eddie Oliver and Connaire Brattan both made 21 before Young finished the game with 2-3.

Heworth beat Barmby Moor to secure second spot and promotion from division two at the first time of asking after relegation last season.

Moor opener Adam Smith hit 39 before being removed by Martin Boothroyd (3-11) as Moor closed on 89-9.

Heworth were 22-3 before Will Rymer clattered two sixes and six fours on his way to 54 not out in an unbroken partnership with Chris Barratt (28no).

Champions Yapham changed their batting order against Bishop Wilton and were restricted to 96-5, Alex Nattrass scoring 40. BW lost a wicket in the first over but Dan Peel (21) and Joe Moore (42) raced along before Joe Franklin won the game with a big six with an over to go.

Retreat I's Andy Northfield (43) and Fida Hussain (36) found their rhythm in an opening partnership of 87 against Stockton & Hopgrove. Salman Syed (24no), supported by Angus Campbell (13no) helped Retreat reach 125-2.

In response, Jamie Kerrison (14) hit two sixes off the first over bowled by Alistair Byers, who struck back to finish with 2-33 off four overs. The Stockton innings fizzled out to 104-6.

Nine-man Bishopthorpe still had too much batting firepower for Melbourne, winning by 36 runs, Andrew Seager leading the way with 45. George Baty also scored 45 for Melbourne, who closed on 79-6, Angus Bindloss grabbing 3-10.

While divisions one and two have completed their programme, division three has another week to run with Woodhouse Grange Academy finishing runners-up to Tang Hall Tigers.

Grange youngster Harry Matthews (29) top-scored in a 101-6 total against Aviva Vikings whose debutant Sultan Mehmood followed 2-24 with 29, but a slow start proved the Vikings' undoing as they finished at 82-5.

Heworth Colts lost at Westow off the last ball of the game.

Jon Draper got Heworth off to a flying start with 21 off 12 balls but the Colts had to settled for 92-7.

Paul Whitley then took 3-26 to put Heworth in the driving seat, but Chris Inman (15) hit a couple of fours and with one ball remaining the scores were tied. Last man Liam Dawson edged it to the boundary.

Thixendale beat Ovington, whose Craig Nicoll (55) and Pete Kelly (28) enjoyed an opening partnership of 52 in eight overs. Both fell to Toby Sercombe (4-16), Nicholl notching a six and seven fours.

Opener Nigel French carried Thixendale to a last-over victory with 62.

Stamford Bridge Academy openers Adam Healey (39) and Tom Lawson (15) put on 61 against divisional champions Tang Hall Tigers. Academy finished on 98-5 but Liam Gargan (26) and Andy Parkinson (39) soon set Tang Hall onto the winning path.