FORMER Yorkshire bowler Moin Ashraf took extraordinary figures of 10-21 for Dunnington as Bolton Percy were routed for just 78.

George Drury made an unbeaten 38 as the visitors eased to their second win of the season by eight wickets.

Hunters Y&DSCL Premier Division leaders York are 14 points clear at the top following victory at Hull & Zingari. Alex Collins (67) and skipper Nick Kay (33) helped the visitors reach 217-6.

The home side crumbled to 59 all out as the newly-formed outfit were undone by Chris Burn's magnificent bowling, as he finished with 6-13.

Studley Royal climbed to second in the table after beating Driffield Town. James Clarkson (80) and Nick Stuart (55no) helped them reach 206-6 as Nick Johnson picked up 3-60.

Johnson followed that up with 73, but finished on the losing side. Matt Coad (3-37) and Jim Grange (3-33) each took three wickets as Town were dismissed for 175.

An unbeaten 112 from Matthew Nesfield under-pinned Folkton & Flixton’s total of 281-7 as they hosted Easingwold.

Connor Stephenson added a further 58 to ensure a challenging target. Paul Skilbeck took 4-48 for the away side.

Despite Harry Walmsley taking 5-57, the home side could not force a victory as Easingwold, boosted by half-centuries from Steve Piercy (56) and Kyle Waite (57), got to within 15 runs by the close.

Harry Gamble (104) and Peter Shally (75) put on an opening stand of 151 for Beverley Town against Malton & Old Malton. Brad Dobson added 67 further down the order, and the home side went on to reach 265-4.

The visitors’ reply included a half-century for Matthew Turnbull and although Town's Keiron Thompson took 4-54, the hosts were unable to capture the elusive final wicket that would have provided a first victory of the campaign.

Simon Webb's 132 condemned Pickering to a fourth straight defeat. The visitors reached their target of 262 thanks largely to Webb and Shaun Pickles (88).

Earlier, the hosts, thanks to Isaac Christopher (74) and Andrew Sharman (89), looked to have given their side a fighting chance, despite Sam Bateman's 4-17.

Sewerby replaced Beverley Town as Hunters Y&DSCL Division One leaders, winning by five wickets in a low-scoring contest.

Sheriff Hutton Bridge share top billing with Sewerby but they were pushed all the way by a lowly Hornsea side, who finished just short of their 250-run target on 236-8.

Heworth came within a wicket of their first win of the season against Pocklington at Elm Park. They reached 220 but the visitors hung on to finish on 167-9.

Dringhouses beat Harrogate at St George’s Road by six wickets and elsewhere there were away wins for both Goole Town, at Carlton Towers by 86 runs, and Knaresborough at Ripon by six wickets.