THE curtain came down on the Foss Evening Cricket League with the final round of third division matches.

Second-placed Woodhouse Grange beat champions Tang Hall Tigers in the final over.

The Tigers reached 94-6 from 16 overs with the ever-reliable duo of Steven Clarke and Johnny Flint reaching 37, which included a couple of sixes, and 20 respectively. Neil Shaw returned 4-20 and Jack Sinclair held three outstanding catches.

Westow and Thixendale agreed to pick the batting order out of a hat and mix things up. Westow closed on 98-7 from 16 overs with Simon Megginson returning the best figures of 2-15. Thixendale's Adrian Brader top scored with 55 not out, supported by Jonty Gillingham (30), as they won by eight wickets.

Aviva Vikings' Parvav Khan (95) and opening partner Sankara Dakshinamurki (13) started off at about ten runs an over against Ovington.

Sultan Mahmood (52) joined the party against an experimental eight-man attack. Thanks to around half a dozen dropped catches, the Vikings made 186-7 before declaring one ball before the end of the innings.

Dom Everard (4-21) and Dom Kitching (2-6) pulled it back from a poor position to prevent Aviva from reaching 200.

Andrew Tomlinson (36 from 32 balls) was the best performer with the bat for Ovington as the home side continued to play in rain and fading light, closing on 127-7. Parvav also starred with the ball, taking 3-13, supported by Ankur Agarwal (2-10).

Stamford Bridge Academy bowled out Retreat II for 58 - 22 coming from Simon Burrows before he was bowled by Thomas Fitzgerald, who took 4-9 in four overs, supported by Ben Beard's 2-10.

Ollie Pimlott got 53 of the 59 runs required for Academy to secure the victory by nine wickets, the evergreen Geoff Deighton getting the only wicket to fall with his first delivery.