DUNNINGTON were in the runs against Ovington in division one of the York & District Junior Cricket Association Hirepoint Plant & Tool Hire Under-13 Championship.

They made 120-4 with innings of 30 not out from both Harry Griffiths and Charlie Cresswell, plus 19 from Harry Paver. Jack Walmsley took 2-20 for Ovington, whose reply was found wanting despite 29 from Connor Miles.

Dunnington’s Griffiths (2-3), Max Wilson (2-2) and Ed Millington (2-8) bowled out Ovington for a 57-run win.

York ‘A’ laid down a marker for the season with victory over Pocklington.

In a total of 159-0, Will Taylor, Josh Wood, Sam Backhouse and Matty Roberts reached the retiring score of 30.

Bowlers James Evans (2-5), Elliott Watson (2-1), Backhouse (2-1) and Wolfe Morne (2-5) underpinned Pocklington’s dismissal for 43. Jessica Foreman was 15 not out.

Heworth ‘A’s Jack Wilkinson (23no and 4-7) and Will Rowntree (17 and 2-2) saw their team home at the expense of Malton & Old Malton.

Acomb ‘A’ set off in pursuit of their fourth consecutive Quality Solicitors Burn & Company U11 Championship title with a division one win over Clifton Alliance ‘A’.

Ben Thornton hit 18 not out and Theo Walton 12. The bowlers who did the damage were Harry Watkinson, who took 3-11, and Oliver Quick, with 2-4. For Alliance, Oliver Brook-Humphrey returned 1-9.

York ‘A’ started well with a closely fought win over Ovington ‘A’.

Alex Wood made 15 not out and there were wickets for Elias Smith (2-3), Ben Wright (2-5) and Darsh Johar (2-6).

For Ovington, Finn Baqai scored 11 and took 1-10, with Montgomery Grenyer taking 2-6 and Jack Walmsley finishing with 0-1.

Bowling and fielding dominated the division two game between Acomb ‘B’ and Clifton Alliance ‘B’, which went the way of the former.

For Acomb, Kate Gary took 2-0, Patrick Wood 2-1, Archie Pye 2-4, Annie Brown 1-0 and James Hickey 1-0.

For Alliance, there were wickets for Jack Sims, Matthew Richardson and Louie Hare, plus two run-outs from direct hits by Jacob Caisley.

York ‘A’ got quickly into their stride with a 30-run zone ‘A’ win in the Quality Solicitors Burn & Company U9 Championship at Sheriff Hutton Bridge.

George Aldersley made 32 not out and Henry Jackson 19 not out for Bridge, against whom George Burton took 1-15.

In reply, Ben Cressey top-scored for York with 27 not out, supported by Jamie Talago (18no) and Billy Urwin (17no).

Freddy Parsonage hit 30 not out as Londesborough Park made a bright zone ‘B’ start, beating visitors Stamford Bridge. He had good support from Ben Marsden (17no) and Oliver Rook, who hit 24 not out and took 2-0.

For Stamford Bridge, Thomas Holmes top-scored with ten.