YORK beat Heworth by four wickets to claim the York & District Junior Cricket Association's Under-15s President's Cup.

The young Clifton Parkers had Heworth at 3-3 after seven overs before Dan Davison, with a blistering 32, and a more measured 37 not out from Ryan Whitley helped Heworth to a respectable 91-5 at the close of their innings.

Tight bowling from Whitley (2-13) ensured York lost an early wicket and, when top scorer Alex Lilley was run out for 24 with the score on 47, Heworth were entitled to think they were back in the game.

But some good late batting from Jack Williams (16), Matty Scurry (12) and Sam Wordsworth (12 not out) ensured York won with an over to spare. Harry Sheppeard ended with figures of 2-24.

Yapham will play Acomb in the Hirepoint Plant & Tool Hire Under-13s Championship after a five-run win at Woodhouse Grange.

In a nail-biting game, Louis Sanguin (30 retired) and Jack Creaser (26no) led the way as Yapham posted 100-6, Dan Durkin taking 3-24.

Ben Burdett led the Grange response with 33 retired but they fell agonisingly short at 95-8.

Unbeaten Acomb bagged the first leg of a possible treble when they beat Woodhouse Grange in the Hirepoint Plant & Tool Hire U13 Knockout Cup final.

Skipper Chris Wood took 3-4, James Wood 2-8 and Thomas Brown 2-13 as Grange were restricted to 54-9 from their 20 overs. Their top scorer was Harry Cooper with 20.

Nick Gill (18) and Joe Hickey (9) made a good start for Acomb but the introduction of Dan Durkin (2-5) into the attack slowed the run rate and gave Grange some hope. Acomb, though, won by six wickets.

Rain washed out the Plate final between holders Dunnington and Osbaldwick at Malton. The game will be re-arranged for later in the season.

Joss Mann took 4-13 and Ryan Chapman 3-2 as Malton and Old Malton beat Dunnington 'A' in division one of the Quality Solicitors Burn & Company U11 Championship.

In their final match, Heworth 'A' managed their first win of the season at Sheriff Hutton Bridge.

Their fielding star was Reece Thompson with five catches, the first was caught off his own bowling and the next four taken in the covers. He ended with figures of 2-5.

Ovington also ended their season with a win over hosts Pocklington. Charles Tighe (24no) was the leading run getter with support from Finn Baqai (14 no) and Oliver Steel (13). Steel and Baqai both had figures of 1-3 with the ball.

Stamford Bridge moved up into second place in division two, behind winners Acomb 'B', with a win against Dunnington 'B' in their final game.

The bowlers were on top throughout with no batsman getting into double figures. For Stamford Bridge, Ewan Wilkie took 2-8, Max Coleman 2-5, George Pye 1-1, Connor Langton 1-13 and Fenton Griffiths ended with 0-2. For Dunnington James Crichton took 1-7, Ewan Davies 1-8 and Nathan Lawson 1-9.

Walton were the only team able to catch Stamford Bridge but they were held to a tie at Bolton Percy 'B'. For Percy, Noah Ellis and Max Thomas both hit 16.