Malton & Old Malton were unable to celebrate clinching promotion with a victory as they lost away at Beverley Town who had begun the day needing to win
The Hunters York & District Senior League title race will go down to the wire after the penultimate round of matches was almost entirely wiped out by wet weather.
Beverley Town Cricket Club travelled to Driffield looking to a great step to confirming their status in the Premier Division needing 45 points from 90 available in the final three games.
Beverley Town Cricket Club earned full points as they continue to climb away from the relegation positions in the Hunters York & District Senior Cricket League.
Beverley Town Cricket Club closed just 13 runs short of hosts Folkton & Flixton’s total as the points were shared at Filey Road.
Greg Whyley and Peter Parnaby bagged three wickets each as Beverley Town Cricket Club second string beat Sewerby to climb the table.
Beverley Town Cricket Club made it back to back wins in the Hunters York & District Senior League Premier Division after they beat Pickering by five wickets.
Brad Dobson whose 88 helped secure Beverley Town Cricket Club an unlikely win against Bridlington on Saturday says he just wanted to avoid getting a duck.
Brad Dobson helped Beverley Town Cricket Club pull off an unlikely win as they turned what looked to be a losing position into a wining one.
Beverley Town Cricket Club saw three of their youngsters take part in special match at the Norwood Recreation Ground against the MCC.
Photos from the Norwood Recreation Ground featuring the game between Beverley Town Cricket Club and current league leaders Easingwold.
Beverley Town Cricket Club enjoyed a victory over their local rivals as their fourth team beat Walkington by five wickets at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Hunters York & District Senior League Premier Division leaders Easingwold retained the advantage over title rivals Clifton Alliance extending their unbeaten run
Beverley Town Cricket Club U11s beat Driffield by 57 runs at Sutton to secure their second trophy of what is becoming a very successful season.
Hosts Selby put distance between themselves and the sides battling to avoid relegation when they beat Beverley Town Cricket Club in a low scoring contest.
Hull Zingari provided the day’s biggest surprise winning at Beverley Town by 100 runs. Guy Martinson (69) top scored in the visitors 262-8, and Jack Storey marked his return to the club with 39
Beverley Town Cricket Club bounced back from the disappointment of last week’s 87 all out to score 196-7 which was enough to beat hosts Bolton Percy by three wickets.