A FINE all-round display from Bridlington’s Casey Rudd maintained his side's winning start to the season, this time at the expense of Woodhouse Grange.

In the Hunters York and District Senior Cricket League division one east clash, four wickets in the heart of the Woodhouse Grange innings checked the visitors' progress after Robert Draper (32) and Jonty Atkinson (31) had helped their side make a positive start.

They reached 149 before three wickets from Steve Janney (3-18) helped close out the innings.

Rudd then opened for the hosts alongside Sam Wragg (31) and finished unbeaten with a run-a-ball 78 to secure an eight-wicket victory.

Pocklington handed Londesborough Park a second successive defeat, bowling them out for 109.

That was in reply to the visitors’ total of 198-7, which included a seventh-wicket partnership between Nathan Saltmer (64no) and Charles Lambert (26) after Neal Jackson had been dismissed for 44.

Ben Shingles took 4-25 for Pock and there were three wickets for Connaire Bratten (3-38).

Douglas Griebenouw took 7-44 runs but finished on the losing side as Scarborough won at Hornsea by 38 runs.

Beverley Town were the only side in the division to pass 200 on a low-scoring day as they gained an 89-run victory over Sutton-on-Hull at Norwood Park.

A century opening stand by Hull Zingari pair Daniel Mould (78) and Martin Watkin (48) set their side on the way to a six-wicket win at home to Driffield Town.

Patrington chased down 142-6 to beat Cottingham by five wickets.

Clifton Alliance missed the chance to make it two wins from two in division one west, instead having to settle for a share of the points, finishing on 195-5 in reply to hosts Carlton Towers' 212 all out.

Mark Holmes got the hosts off to a solid start with 42, and Ben Copeland (38) and Mark Spetch (43) put on a stand worth 52 before both fell to Flynn Southgate (4-50), who kept the scoring in check.

David Taylor (34) and Simon Williams (38) made early contributions in the visitors' reply but, despite 65 from Jamie Butt, they were unable to overhaul their target.

The top two in division one west both recorded comfortable victories. Easingwold bowled out Thorp Arch & Boston Spa for 65 in a nine-wicket win while Tom Metcalfe claimed 4-25 in Knaresborough's eight-wicket win at Sessay.

Osbaldwick bounced back from the disappointment of an opening-day defeat to inflict a second successive loss on Bolton Percy.

The visitors were the division’s top scorers with 236-9 in which Francis Kinsella scored 68 and Matthew Hattee (47) narrowly missed out on his second half-century of the season.

Giles Anderson took 3-50 for the home side while Kinsella responding with 3-34 after the interval.

Had it not been for an unbeaten 50 from Thomas Malloch the defeat would have been even larger than the eventual margin of 103 runs.

Dringhouses beat Heworth at Elm Park after recovering from 63-5 chasing 109.

Daniel Snaith steadied the innings and finished unbeaten on 42 to guide his side to a first win.

Earlier in the day, the home side had been bowled out for 108 Theo Walton (3-16) with three wickets and George Wilson and Tom Storr with two each.

Harrogate recorded their first win of the season beating Thirsk at St George’s Road by 62 runs, thanks largely to Charlie Stokes (6-32).