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.
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.
Beverley Town Cricket Club were dealt another blow as their former skipper Jonathan Fisher returning with his new side Hornsea won at the Norwood Recreation Ground by five wickets.
Beverley Town Cricket Club first team went into their final home game of the season looking to complete the double over Studley Royal following their win earlier in the season.
There was another dramatic finish at at the Norwood Recreation Ground as Beverley Town Cricket Club beat Studley Royal with just three balls to spare.
Dunnington’s Jake Murphy produced his season’s best taking 5-40 to help bowl out hosts Beverley Town Cricket Club for 131
Beverley Town Cricket Club first team travelled to Stamford Bridge on the back of two victories with confidence running high.
Beverley Towns Cricket Club First XI travelled to Fenner in optimistic mood following the previous weeks home win.
Beverley Town Cricket Club beat Fenner by four wickets as they made it back to back wins to climb off the foot of the table
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.
Beverley Town Cricket Club took a youthful XI to Clifton Alliance with five players Under 21 years old.
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 first’s remain routed to the bottom of the York & District Senior Cricket League after they were beaten by Acomb at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Sheriff Hutton Bridge are the new leaders of the Hunters York & District Senior Cricket League Premier Division as they beat Heworth and Scarborough
Beverley First XI made the long journey to Ripon to face Studley Royal looking to kick start the season and claimed all thirty points with only their second win of the season.
Beverley Town Cricket Club remain bottom of the Hunters York District Senior Cricket League following their eight wicket defeat at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Cricket returned this week as the league campaign got underway at Norwood Recreation Ground for Beverley Cricket Club 1 XI this weekend with Easingwold providing the opposition.