THE game of the day in Hunters York & District Senior League division one took place at Norwood Park – where visitors Hornsea ensured their survival and condemned hosts Beverley Town to life in division two next season.

Victory in their previous two matches had boosted Town's chances of survival, and after Iain Gillyon (55) and Alan Acklam (49) had helped them reach 189-8, hopes of a decisive third was on the cards.

But a half-century from Ashley McKinley (61) and then an unbeaten 32 from Richard Medforth put paid to their chances as, despite good work from Pete Parnaby (3-31), the visitors finished just six wickets down.

Hull Zingari rounded off a successful campaign with victory over Hull by three wickets.

Ryan Kirk took 4-27 and Jack Storey 3-35 as the champions limited their neighbours to 150-9, the visitors' batting honours being shared between Ryan Naylor (35) and Tom Appleyard (34). Sajeeban Chandrasegaram replied with an unbeaten 35 as, despite the gap between their league standings, the home side lost seven wickets in the chase.

Heworth finished the season with back-to-back victories, beating visitors Selby by seven wickets.

Lee Wild (43) scored almost half his side's total of 92 as Martin Boothroyd (3-17) and Dan Walton (3-27) shared six wickets.

Walton then scored 35 and Joel Johnson added 31 as the home side eased to victory.

Harry Walmsley (45 and 4-39) of Folkton & Flixton and Sewerby's Lewis Beasley (30 and 4-59) excellent all-round performances for their respective sides ensured the match at Filey Road ended in a draw.

Tom Norman matched Walmsley's score for the home side, who reached 243-9, Connor Stephenson (35) and Richard Malthouse (32) also adding to the total, while Chris Mann (4-72) shared the bowling honours with Beasley.

The home side were well on top by the close, with Sewerby on 148-9 after Nick Gibson (45) became the third batsman in the match to be dismissed within sight of a half-century.

No play was possible in the match between Ripon and Harrogate, and it was a similar picture at Knaresborough, where the home side had made 66-2 from 15 overs against Dringhouses before the game was abandoned