HUNTERS York & District Senior League leaders Knaresborough beat Clifton Alliance by seven wickets, chasing down a 92 target in 17.4 overs.

Alliance were bowled out cheaply with Jordan Tear, (3-25) and Andy Ward (3-17) both taking three wickets. Jamie Butt (21) top scored.

Zak Wilson (4-40) and Jack Redshaw (3-23) shared seven wickets as Easingwold bowled out Carlton Towers for 124 to maintain their unbeaten start to the season.

Redshaw (56) and his captain Tom Wilson (40) had earlier shared a third-wicket partnership of 86 for the home side. Redshaw fell to Mark Spetch (3-48), the hosts eventually finishing on 182-9.

Bolton Percy’s first win of the season came courtesy of a solid all-round performance from Tom Atkinson (3-30 and 47) at Heworth.

Three wickets, including two early on, put the hosts under pressure and it took a captain’s innings from Chris Barrett (43) to get his side to a respectable total of 158-8. Danny White took 3-34.

Dringhouses kept up their challenge to the sides at the top by bowling out Thirsk for just 67.

George Wilson bowled an unbroken spell of 15 overs, taking 3-35, and Max Thomas claimed 4-15 from seven as the hosts were dismissed inside 30 overs.

Wicket-keeper Liam Hancy claimed four catches before top scoring with 28 as the visitors romped to victory inside 14 overs.

Bridlington strengthened their position at the head of division one east despite been denied victory by east coast rivals Scarborough’s last-wicket pair.

Driffield Town registered their second win of the season at Kings Mill Road despite being bowled out by Pocklington for 153.

Billy Higgins (3-46) and Chris Saltmer (3-33) both took three wickets for the visitors, whose Andrew Anderson top scored with 24 in a total of 89 all out.

Second-placed Beverley Town's match at Hull Zingari was called off, as was Woodhouse Grange's home fixture against Patrington.