DUNNINGTON Academy earned clubhouse bragging rights by beating their senior side in a last-over Foss Evening League thriller.

Jack Spofforth bowled Jonny Andrew to leave the Academy needing two to win off the last three deliveries with two wickets remaining.

Paul Tattersall came in and despatched his first ball to the boundary to clinch a memorable victory.

Dunnington had made 128-6 off 20 overs with skipper Spofforth hitting 48 not out. Andrew was the Academy’s star with the ball, taking 4-25.

First division leaders Heworth saw off Middleton & North Dalton by five wickets after a disciplined bowling shift, led by Will Etty (3-20) and Alfie Oliver (2-17), restricted them to 109-8.

Excellent running between the wickets was a feature of Heworth's innings as they cruised home with four overs to spare.

Champions Bubwith's dip in form continued with defeat against Yapham who posted 137-3 after a partnership of 68 between Jack Holman (43) and Carl Brewer (53).

Bubwith’s reply began well but they were strangled in the middle overs by change bowlers Martin Pearson (4-28) and Alex Nattress. Bubwith’s hopes vanished when Jonny Lister (48) fell to a great boundary catch by Sam Noble.

Woodhouse Grange's batsmen were always in command against Osbaldwick with skipper Chris Suddaby smacking an unbeaten 70 to lead his side to a seven-wicket win in the company of Chris Bilton (25no).

York continued their promotion push in division two by rattling up 181-4 against Bishopthorpe to win by 47 runs.

Ted Patmore scored an unbeaten 55 in an unbroken partnership with Matthew Hodson (38no). Bishopthorpe were soon behind the clock although Daniyel Qaderbutt (53) and Ben Smith (30no) provided plenty of entertainment in a losing cause.

A Bishop Wilton side featuring eight under-18s won at Barmby Moor by 20 runs.

It was one of their more experienced batsmen, Mike Newhouse (33no), who ensured Wilton set a competitive total of 112-5 with some late hitting. Barmby Moor youngster Elliott Driver bowled well for 3-31. Nathan Saltmer (20), Tom Stubley (26) and Dan Simpson (27) gave Moor a good start but they fell 20 runs short.

Woodhouse Grange Academy held some brilliant catches against Retreat but still lost by 23 runs. A superb 5-22 from 15-year-old Chris Wood left the Retreat on 128-7. He then made 31 alongside Steve Burdett but Salman Syed’s 3-18 from five overs checked the Grange reply which finished on 105-6.

The game between Tang Hall Tigers and Heworth Colts started with a most unusual over.

Batting first, Heworth lost a wicket with the first ball but Lee Bradshaw responded with five consecutive boundaries. Bradshaw went on to score 43 as Heworth were bowled out for 95. The Tigers romped home with 19 balls to spare.

Ovington shocked division three leaders Hemingbrough by five wickets.

Needing 145 to win, Ovington openers Tom Cookson (43) and Pete Kelly (13) put on 46 to provide the platform for Joe Whale to smash 46 off 22 balls, hitting a six to secure the win.

Stockton and Hopgrove finally got a win at the seventh attempt by beating Stamford Bridge.

Rob Cockerill (67no) held Stockton's innings together then Rich Kerrison (4-16) shot through Bridge’s middle order as Stamford ended eight down and 48 runs short.

Phil Johnson clubbed 90 not out from 49 deliveries as Stillingfleet made 163-3 against Aviva Vikings. In reply, Aviva set off like a steam train, with Gul Fida Hussain cracking 28, but Chris Woodfine removed the top three in the order and Aviva fell away to 82 all out.