They pushed the Town total up to 233 for 6 with some big hits, good shots and good running, Gillyon leading the way with an unbeaten 44.
Matthew Mudd and Tom Haytack grabbed two wickets each to reduce the visitors to 13 for 4 but the away middle order mounted a fightback. Mudd (4-74) and 16 year-old Jamie Roe (3-62) bowled well but Sewerby moved towards the target despite losing regular wickets.
A highlight of the Town fielding performance was a quite superb running catch near the boundary by Gillyon which helped turn the match Town’s way.
A final over dash by the visitors for 90% of the Town total which would have given them extra bonus points was thwarted by Mudd who removed the last man with the last ball of the game giving Town a maximum 30 points from a closely fought game.
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