SHERIFF Hutton Bridge drew level at the top of the Pilmoor Evening Cricket League first division with Newburgh after skittling the leaders for just 30.

Newburgh, at home, batted first on a wet pitch but were immediately in trouble and lost wickets regularly to Danny Cass (2-7), Tom Magee (2-7), Alex Ibbotson (3-4) and Isaac Giannini (3-9), and were all out in the 17th over.

Only Tommy Banks and Rob Proudley reached double figures, both on 10.

Bridge also found scoring difficult as Jason Sargent took 2-6, but M Thompson made 15 not out and Bridge won comfortably enough at 31-3 after 10 overs, with only two boundaries recorded during the whole match.

Helperby had a comfortable win over Sessay.

Paul Flintoff (53no) and Joe Watson (51) put on 80 for Sessay's first wicket, but Chris Morrison hit back, taking 2-14 from four overs as they closed on 113-3.

Dan Marston (56) and Dylan Steyn (34) batted well in reply, and despite Jonny Scaling’s 2-10, Helperby strolled home at 114-3 with three overs in hand.

Thirsk’s struggles continued at Dringhouses. They batted first and lost the important wicket of Ryan McKendry in the first over, but Richard Kirby made 65 and Keiran Fenwick supported with 27 to help them post a respectable 138-7, Peter Crane (4-14) taking late wickets.

In reply, Dringhouses lost early wickets to Tom Spencer (2-30), but Donovan Sinclair (78no) dominated the innings and his partnership with Tom Storr (30no) saw Dringhouses home at 142-2 in the 14th over.

The match between Acomb and Clifton Alliance fell to the weather.

It's neck and neck at the top of division two as both Raskelf and Huby won.

Easingwold made 111-3 against Huby, Tom Wilson (42no), Aubrey Towler (29) and Andrew Metcalf (22) leading the way.

Mark Swales (2-24) bowled a tidy spell for Huby, whose reply was well paced and reached a winning 115-3 with one ball to spare, Max Lord making 33 and Darren Howell 38.

Raskelf won comfortably after bundling out visitors Stillington for 42, Toby Baker taking 3-7 and Richard Brown 2-10.

Josh Moate (3-18) hit back for Stillington but Harry Ellis (16no) held firm and Raskelf won by six wickets in the 14th over.

Sheriff Hutton posted 125-5 against Crayke, Rich Reynolds (40no) and Matthew Maltby (36) heading matters as Dave Allitt returned 2-8.

Peter Carr led the reply with 51 retired but lacked support as Crayke closed on 98-6, Richard Ainley (2-36) having most success for Sheriff.

A high-scoring encounter at Alne saw understrength Rowntrees & Huntington win by 16 runs.

R&H made 158-7 through Josh de Silva's 62 not out - retiring after makign a half-century but then returning to the crease at the fall of the last wicket - and Dom Firth's 25. Henry Stevens took 3-36 and Will Hall 3-35.

The Beaumont combination of Chris (50 ret) and Ryan (41) put Alne back in contention, but Tom Shaw (4-13) and Dave Jones (2-8) turned the game the York side’s way, and Alne closed in arrears on 142-8.