STILLINGTON were relegated from Hunters York & District Senior League Galtres division two after losing to Duncombe Park in a battle of the bottom two.

Visitors Park racked up 238 through Jake Fox (61) and Charlie Allott (90).

John Milburn replied with 41 but Matt Durrant took 4-30 and Alex Medd 3-31 as the hosts were bowled out for 172.

The result moved Park out of the bottom two - with New Earswick now in the drop zone after their loss at Thirsk, all-rounder Stuart Christon their nemesis.

The visitors made 173 through Andy Routledge (90) and Paul Stimpson (48), Christon taking 5-25.

Christon then made 102 not out as he and James Trueman (58no) put on 174 in a nine-wicket win.

Duncombe Park hold a 16-point lead over New Earswick with one game to play.

Matt Hattee surged past 800 runs for the season as he made an unbeaten 110 in Osbaldwick’s 209-7 at home to Hovingham.

Brother James Hattee made 41, with Tom Lund (3-46) the pick of the attack.

Hovingham's reply came unstuck against Anthony Butterfield (6-29) and James Jacques (4-41) and, despite a late flurry from Stephen Mosey (36), they were bowled out for 109.

Osbaldwick went fourth above Thorp Arch & Boston Spa who lost by seven wickets at third-placed Sessay II.

The visitors made 186-9, grateful for the sixth half-century of the season from George Gibson (80).

Tom Wilkinson (90no) led the reply, supported by John Flintoff (39) and Matthew Wass (39no).

Champions Sheriff Hutton Bridge II saw off Tadcaster Magnets by 133 runs.

Paul Oldfield (27), Dave Bradshaw (65) and Harry Sutcliffe (34) got them to 224-9, Sam Ward claiming 3-37 and Rory Coe 3-43. Magnets capitulated to 91 all out to Tom Magee (3-16) and Danny Clipston (3-13), only Lewis Ward (33) standing up to the bowling.

Second-placed Pannal were bowled out for 116 at Bilton In Ainsty with only Carl Wilson (26) and Darren Shaw (31) making noteworthy contributions. Rob Hildreth (37) saw the hosts win by five wickets in the 28th over.

Promotion from Galtres division three is still up for grabs.

Rowntrees & Huntington returned to the top after beating relegated New Earswick II thanks to a fine all-round performance from Paul Horner, who made 68 in their 195-8 and took 7-44 as the hosts were bowled out for 112, Alex Clarke (40) top-scoring.

Previous leaders Knaresborough II lost at third-placed Easingwold II after being bowled out for 121 by Tom Langstaff (5-25) despite Callum Beasley's 55 and John Dodman's 31.

The home team raced to a six-wicket victory with Dan Copeland making 44 and Max Cosgrove 38. Tom Wilson took 3-26.

Easingwold are now in the promotion spots but only 14 points separates the top three going into the last weekend and any two from the three could go up.

Heworth III were condemned to relegation after losing at home to Osbaldwick II.

The hosts made 202-9, Will Rowntree (61), top scoring. Grace Hall took 3-42.

Osso captain Andy Hall blitzed 106, putting on 99 for the first wicket with Jake Cartledge (27), and, despite 3-52 from Peter Fairburn, the visitors won by wickets.

Third-bottom Woodhouse Grange III could only manage a losing draw at Huby but are now safe.

Huby made 216-7 and Woodhouse 151-5.

In-form Sheriff Hutton lost at home to Wetherby, whose Ian Twitchen made 81 in their 182-9, Ian Bews picking up 4-42.

Sheriff were bowled out for 118, Adam Wilkinson (3-19) and Neil Thomas (3-26) impressing. Geoff Schofield (36) top-scored.

Tadcaster Magnets II beat York IV after Adam Gibson (4-30) and John Hunter (5-9) skittled them for 63.

Magnets had made 167-9 through Gibson (72) and Matthew Hunt (35no), Lewis Sollit taking 3-23 and Kal Ahmed 3-28.