SHERIFF Hutton beat visitors Tadcaster Magnets by four wickets in Hunters York & District Senior Cricket League division two north.

Nick Schofield hit an unbeaten 71 out of Sheriff’s winning 107-6. Earlier, Joel Wilford had taken 4-25 as Magnets made a modest 106.

Dringhouses had the better of a draw at St Helen’s Road, where their 145-7 was beyond the reach of Harrogate, who replied with 124-8. Leading the way for the hosts was Chris Storey with 37, while George Wilson was unbeaten on 36. In response, Rob Stanworth made 39 and George Owram 31, but Chris Evans took 3-24.

Osbaldwick gained a good three-wicket win at home to Ripon, whose 198-8 looked to be a challenging total. Alex Rippon grabbed 4-29.

The hosts' response was fronted by Rich Carew with 62 and Jonny Rawsthorne with 30.

Pocklington batted first when they entertained Duncombe Park and made a reasonable 188 thanks to Neil Readman’s 48 and a good 63 from Andy Anderson.

Andy Medd took 3-35 for Park, who were powered to victory by Brian Leckenby, who hit 92 and Paul Wilkie, with 34.

Hovingham closed on 112-9 at Thirsk, who had earlier made 146-8. Home batting honours were claimed by the Cook brothers with Mark making 27 and John 35. Rich Bowling took 5-26.

There were 407 runs scored at Clifton Park as Woodhouse Grange II beat York III by two wickets.

Ben Horseman made 54 for the hosts and Sheraz Kasi 59 in a York total of 203-8. Scott Shepherd took 3-50 for Grange and then followed with 33. Ryan Waite took 3-35.

In division two south, Patrington racked up their second victory when they won by six wickets at Thorp Arch. S Gawthorpe hit 63 in a total of 160-9, with Danny Collinson taking 5-30 for the visitors.

Marc Pollard made 40 and Ian Buss 43 to clinch victory.

Londesborough Park held out for a draw at Acomb, whose 208-5 was followed by Park’s 178-9.

Acomb's Alex Topham hit 53, Andy Burton 46 and Matt Williamson as unbeaten 31, while Park’s response hinged on Charlie Rook's 79.

Clifton Alliance II totalled 220-9 to get the better of visiting Hornsea, who were toppled for 204. Clifton’s Nick Hindle was in good form in making 92 while Mark Phillips weighed in with 52.

The combined efforts of C Lennox (3-45), Ryan Partington (3-15) and Francis Hawthorne (3-22) then stole the day.

Sheriff Hutton Bridge II were nine-wicket winners over Woodhouse Grange III in division three north.

Grange were whipped out for just 72 as Nick Scaling (3-16) and Dan Cass (3-3) did the damage. Josh Cocrill then hit 34 before being the only home batsman to fall, leaving Steve Crowder with 25 not out as Bridge maintained their 100 per cent record.

Knocks of 56 from Ed Smith and 48 by John Beevers helped Londesborough Park to 177-8 against York, whose Graham Mackfall had 5-24. York held out for a draw at 88-9.

Rob Steele made 80 and S Dixon 45 as Huby posted 206 against Drax. Dan Grainger’s 5-29 then rolled Drax over for 140.

At Stillington, Sessay posted 167-5 with Mark Jackson making 59 and John Flintoff 37. When the hosts replied, Jackson took 3-8 as they were dismissed for 85.

In division three south, Goole held Stamford Bridge to 120-9 and then romped to a nine-wicket win with Neil Webster making 46 not out and Al Gibbons 50.

Pickering hosted New Earswick and posted a target of 184-7 thanks to Charlie Marwood's 43. Having taken 2-30, Andy Freeman then made an unbeaten 48 for Earswick in a total of 141-7.

John Reynolds, with 5-33 and 28, and Chris Lowen, with 54, eased Civil Service to a four-wicket win over Selby .

Mike Gibson hit 76 and Keith Towndrow 63 not out as Cawood reached 243-6 against neighbouring Drax in division four west. Drax were then scuttled for only 75 as J Pullein followed his 33 with 4-14.

Rowntrees & Huntington beat Thorp Arch & Boston Spa by 54 runs, Jack Aveyard (5-17) and Pete Edmondson (3-19) having TABS all out for 126 chasing 180-8.

Dave Wilson made 37 for Dunnington at Tadcaster but home bowler John Wetherhill took 4-19 to have the visitors out for 78. Matt Hunt’s 30 helped Magnet win by six wickets.

Ed Noble made 110 not out and Pete Atkinson 100 not out as Bolton powered to 242-2 against Woodhouse Grange IV. Woodhouse were then whistled out for 19.

Phil Northing stole the show at Civil Service when he made 55 not out and then took 3-34 as his side had the better of a draw with Osbaldwick in division four central.

Sheriff Hutton's Mick Bradley took 6-20 in a 137-run win at Duncombe Park.

Huby beat Stillington by two wickets despite Tim Jarvis’ 68 and Jason Dale’s 39 in Stillington’s 131-4.