HUNTERS York & District Senior League premier division leaders Sessay needed less than 45 overs to beat relegation threatened Bolton Percy at North End.

Mark Wilkie took 5-11 for the visitors as the home side were dismissed for just 83, Danny White the top scorer with 33. Joe Watson led the victory charge, which took just 16 overs, finishing unbeaten on 37.

Castleford stay second but missed out on maximum points as Goole Town’s last wicket pair hung on to avoid defeat.

The home side scored 224-5 with Luke Edwards making 79 and both Zaid Javid and Connor Fisher each scoring 34.

The hosts’ spin pairing of David Wainwright (4-44) and Eddie Morrision (3-59) shared seven wickets as the visitors closed on 172-9 with former Castleford batsman Ben Shelton making 72 on his return to Savile Park.

Studley Royal kept up the pressure on the top two with a five-wicket win against Driffield Town.

Harry Burnhill, his side's leading run scorer last week, and once again he led the way with 43 in Town's total of 172, Matthew Coad taking 5-38 and William Wray 3-42.

Burnhill also took three of the five wickets to fall in the hosts’ reply but half-centuries from both Anthony Mackle (58) and Dan Coad (58no) sealed a third straight win.

Pickering won for the first time in four attempts on the back of an excellent individual performance from David Greenlay who made 71 not out and took six wickets for just 13 runs.

The all-rounder, who made 86 when the sides met earlier in the season, was the top scorer in a total of 172 all out.

Simon Webb took 5-55 to add to his four wickets last week against Driffield Town, and Sam Bateman finished with 3-37, but the pairs efforts were overshadowed by Greenlay as the home side were bowled out for just 75.

The game at Shipton Road between York and Dunnington produced the day's tightest finish, with just 14 runs separating the sides by the close.

The visitors reached 200-7 thanks to a half-century from George Drury (68) and 48 from Jack Bolam.

Drury (3-25) then shared six of the seven wickets the home side lost with Dave Brent (3-57), but runs from Tom Spearman (50), Bevan Fawcett (39) kept their side in the game, and Alex Lilley was there at the end unbeaten on 37.

Malton & Old Malton continued their resurgence, getting the better of the draw at home to Beverley Town.

Daniel Foxton made an unbeaten 82 and Michael Linsley added 48 in a total of 248-6, Keiran Thompson the pick of the visiting bowlers with 3-43.

Town has reached 193-8 by the close thanks to a half-century from Bradley Thompson (53) and 38 from Tommy Hudson.