Scalby are sure of promotion from division ‘A’ of the Scarborough Beckett League after their 139-run win at Sewerby II.

L Beasley took a superb 8-23 for Sewerby but Lee Kerr hit 72 as Scalby reached 196. John Barton (5-36) and James Deaves (5-18) had Sewerby all out for 57.

Second-placed Grindale took maximum points as visitors Cloughton could not raise a team.

Nawton Grange - victorious in the Cayley Cup final against Scalby - stayed in the hunt for promotion with a comprehensive win over Sherburn.

Michael Wearmouth hit 65 in Grange’s 193 and took 4-19 as Sherburn were shot out for 75. Tom Garbutt weighed in with 3-7.

At the bottom, Settrington enjoyed an important five-wicket win over Wold Newton.

Stephen Beal made 56 not out in Setty’s 125-5 as Oliver West took 4-36. He then took 3-7 to supplement Andy Monkman’s 6-33 as Newton were dismissed for 121.

Wykeham had the humiliation of being all out for 28 at home to Brompton as Tom Pateman took 6-12 and Ross Triffitt 4-10. Brompton had been dismissed for 91 by Gareth Barnard (4-27) and Dave Pearson (3-13).

Fylingdales rose to second in division ‘B’ after a 64-run win at Ryedale.

Barry Heyes (43) top-scored in their 177-7 as Gary Newton claimed 3-23. Rob Featherstone hit 47 in reply but Ryedale were restricted to 113-8 by Mark Estill (4-18).

Thornton Dale stayed in the hunt with a five-wicket win at Forge Valley after bowling the hosts out for 110. Sean Pinder hit 50 of those runs, while Gareth Hunt (4-15) and Chris Headlem (3-15) did the damage. Lewis White was unbeaten on 58 when victory was achieved.

A few batsmen got starts but Stuart Ward’s 30 was the top score as Ganton were held to 152-9 by Bridlington II, who went on to win by seven wickets.

The top two in division ‘C’ both lost.

Gary Dixon’s 72 countered Dinesh Swaminathon’s 63 as Seamer II edged Ravenscar II by two wickets, while Scalby II fell to visitors Ebberston II.

Simon Pickering took 4-24 in Scalby’s 164 all out. Alex Machen then cracked 71 as Ebberston won by six wickets.

Opener Tony Watson (48) anchored Heslerton II’s innings against Wykeham II, being the final wicket to fall in the hosts' 101. Mark Dring crashed five fours in his 26. Replying, opener Andy Shepherdson remained 51 not out as Wykeham won by eight wickets.