Stamford Bridge slipped two places to fifth as they were forced to bat out for a draw against Beverley Town Cricket Club with nine wickets down.
Beverley Town Cricket Club first team hosted York II looking to build on the improved performances of the previous week.
Beverley Town Cricket Club have brought their four game losing streak to an end as they beat York at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Sheriff Hutton Bridge increased their lead at the top of the Hunters York & District Senior Cricket League Premier Division as nearest rivals Scarborough lost for the second week in a row
Beverley Town Cricket Club remain rock bottomf o the Hunters York & District Senior Cricket League Premier Division after they suffered their sixth defeat of what is a turning into a troubled season.
Olly Grantham (71) top scored but it was Andrew Burton’s unbeaten 58 that left Mark Fisher (4-79), Russell Robinson (3-57) and their team-mates frustrated.
Beverley Town Cricket Club remain bottom of the Hunters York District Senior Cricket League following their eight wicket defeat at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Beverley Town Cricket Club replaced York II at the foot of the table as they got the worst of a draw at Easingwold.
Ben Hatfield was once again on top form for Fenner as they got the best of the draw at Beverley Town Cricket Club, having finished unbeaten on 91 a fortnight ago
Mill Lane Wizards u13’s won the York RI tournament for the second time in 3 years on a lovely day in York.
Woodhouse Grange moved to the top of the Hunters York & District League Premier Division with victory over Beverley Town by six wickets.
Newly promoted Acomb sit proudly on top of the Hunters York & District Senior League Premier Division after their match against Beverley Town
The opening day of the Hunters York and District Premier League season saw several of the favourites for a top six finish, and with it promotion into the Yorkshire Premier League North
There is much more at stake this season in the Hunters York & District Senior Cricket League than winning the highly coveted league title, for the top six teams including Scarborough
Jonathan Fisher says that Beverley Town will miss Matthew Mudd for their trip Sewerby but insists Bradley Graham is an ample replacement.
Beverley Town Cricket Club has closed the gap at the top of the Yorkshire & District Cricket League after they claimed all 30 points by beating Dunnington.
Beverley Town Cricket Club first team earned a twenty three points after a poor score made getting any kind of result look unlikely.
Beverley Town Cricket Club 1st XI took a maximum 30 points from their home game against Dunnington despite being on the receiving end of a superb unbeaten 152 from the visitor’s Collis King.