HEWORTH’S strong batting line-up clubbed together for a big total against Osbaldwick in division one of the Foss Evening League.

Will Huffer knocked the ball around for 34 before hitting Ben Richardson to mid-wicket to become the bowler's first of five victims for 23 runs. Harry Shepherd, batting at nine, made 24 to push joint-leaders Heworth up to 145.

Matty Hattee (46) started a good chase for Osbaldwick before being run out, triggering a collapse to 103 all out.

Bubwith, who share top spot with Heworth, overpowered a young Dunnington Academy side by 10 wickets.

The Academy finished on 58-9, Connaire Bratton returning 4-1-7-3 and James Knibb 4-1-6 -3. Neil Readman (15no) and Paul Van Dijk (36no) knocked off the runs off in 10.4 overs.

Excellent all-round performances from Josh Jackson and Chris Suddaby led Woodhouse Grange to a nine-wicket victory over winless Middleton & North Dalton.

Shaun Tate hit 77 as M&ND posted 142 with both Jackson and Suddaby bowling their five overs for 33. Jackson (74no from 36 balls) and Suddaby (41no) saw Woodhouse crusie to their target.

Yapham were set on their way to victory at Dunnington by a fine half-century opening stand between Jack Holman (78) and Martin Pearson (22), the bedrock of a total of 150-3. Dunnington’s batsmen struggled against Scott Hardwick (3-22) as they fell short at 109-6.

Retreat got off to a flier at Heworth Colts in division two with Angus Campbell and Buddi Mirando scoring freely.

Campbell fell for 52 to a great catch in the deep by Dan Davison off Lee Ford. Mirando batted through for 71 not out, supported by Ben Lodge (39no) to get Retreat to 174-2.

The Colts also batted well with Pete Fairburn making 44, Matt Huffer 25 and Dan Davison 22, but they lost by 53 runs.

Barmby Moor beat Bishopthorpe by four wickets with 10 balls to spare in a low-scoring game. Bish posted 106-8 but Tom Stubley (43) helped Moor emerge victorious.

Tom Hewer (39) led Tang Hall Tigers to 118-9 against Woodhouse Grange, whose Jonty Goddard starred with 3-0-8-3. Woodhouse, featuring 10 players under 17, struggled to 67 all out against Gary Chadwick, who took a career-best 4-23, and Jack Gabbatiss (3-13).

Bishop Wilton laboured to 83-9 against York as wickets were shared around. Cameron Hall made 46 not out as York cruised to victory.

In division three, Taylor Stanton (55no) helped Stamford Bridge Academy to 111-7 against Stillingfleet, whose batsmen struggled until Nadeem Shefta (39) gave them a chance, only for them to lose by 14 runs.

Jacob Stephenson smashed an unbeaten 94 to lead Westow to victory against Melbourne in 15 overs.

Thixendale’s Alex Machen went even closer to a ton, smashing 13 fours and four sixes in his 99 as Dale totalled 186-4.

Ovington’s openers raced to 40 in the first four overs of the reply. Stefan Littlewood clocked up 71, including five fours and four maximums, before falling to Luke Scothern, who posted impressive figures of 4-18. Ovington finished 21 runs short of their target.

Heslington Centurions were given the runaround for the first seven overs by Stockton & Hopgrove openers Kalum Perera and Tom Hodgson before the bowlers took the pace off the ball to restrict S&H to 127-5.

At 35-4, the Centurions looked in serious trouble, but Lewis Wrathall (49no) and Chris Lowen (54no), making his comeback after a nasty face injury, added an unbroken match-winning partnership of 95.

Controlled power hitting from Matty Clarke (63) and a well-paced innings, finishing with a six, from Matthew Milburn (39no) saw Hemingbrough over the line against Pocklington with four balls remaining.