Harrogate scored 262-8 against Beverley Town thanks to half-centuries from Harry Stothard (75) and Ashley Griffin (65) as Matthew Saint (3-59) and Gregory Whyley (3-61)
Easingwold and Studley Royal remain in the promotion places in the Hunters York & District Senior League Premier Division while Beverley Town CC drew with Clifton Alliance
Driffield Town came out on top at local rivals Beverley Town Tpwn Cricket Club winning by 75 runs. Luke Ramsey (67) top scored in the his sides total of 240-7, and despite Matthew Mudd
Clifton Alliance took over at the top of the Hunters York & District Senior League after Easingwold lost at Driffield Town and last season’s Division One champions
Beverley Town Cricket Club second team suffered a seven wicket defeat as they were well beaten by Sewerby.
Beverley Town Cricket Club secured all 30 points as they beat Pickering by six wickets at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Cherry Burton CC came out on top in the local derby as they beat Beverley Town Cricket Club by 37 runs.
Beverley Town Cricket Club have slipped down to ninth place in the Hunters York & District Senior Cricket League after they were beaten by Studley Royal.
Beverley Town Cricket Club first team were beaten by eight wickets at the weekend as they lost to second placed Easingwold.
A strong bowling performance by Sam Welburn and Matthew Saint ensured Beverley Town Cricket Club beat Pocklington at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Beverley Town Cricket Club and Selby fought out a draw in the day’s closest finish at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Beverley Town Cricket Club enjoyed mixed results this weekend as all four sides took to the field getting their new season under way.
Beverley’s Young Beavers were celebrating week after they completed the indoor cricket double by clinching the knock out cup.
Sheriff Hutton Bridge are the Hunters York & District Senior Cricket League champions, victory over Clifton Alliance securing them a first Premier Division title
Beverley were forced to settle for 10 points after their Hunters York & District Senior Cricket League Premier Division match was rained off
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.
Beverley Town hosted the York and District Intermediate league final on a warm and sunny Sunday in front of a large crowd at the Norwood Recreation Ground
Beverley Town Cricket Club Thirds hosted their final home fixture of the 2015 campaign against Brandesburton on Saturday.