Brompton hold on to win SBL Premier Division thriller at home of Folketon and Flixton 2nds

Brompton hold on to win SBL Premier Division thriller at home of Folketon and Flixton 2nds

Stathes beat Filey

Tom Fletcher-Very scored a brilliant 90 as hosts Brompton posted 262-5, sharing a stand of 129 for the fourth wicket with James Bruce with 56 no.

Joe Barker added 35 and captain Tom Bruce added 27 for the home team.

The visitors looked to be in a healthy position to chase down a score of 235-5, but the bowlers from Brompton put Flixton behind 260-9.

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Scalby beat Bridlington 2nds

The leading batsman for Flixton was Conor Stephenson with 69, while Matt Nesfield scored 41, opener Jack Walsley scored 38 and Callum Hatton scored an unbeaten 39, but it was to no avail as he topped Aaron Fox (3–50). Missed due to bowling. ), Michael Thompson (2–36) and Arthur Aston (2–43)

High-flying Keaton suffered his first loss of the season, slipping by 81 to Staxton.

David Morris continued his stellar form with 80 runs for the hosts, Chris Dove scored an unbeaten 61 off just 46 balls and Jack Pinder made 26 for 207-8, James Ward 3-21 in a 3-21 win.

The visitors were then bowled out for 126, with Jake McAleese top-scoring with 53 as Dan Outhart scored 3-26, with two wickets each for Adam and Ryan Hargreaves.

Stathes continued his resurgence with a four-wicket win in Philly.

The hosts scored 199-7 thanks to 53 from Tom Fitzgerald and Nathan Robson, Aaron Howard 30, Paul Theker and Brad Lewis each with two wickets each.

Josh Bowes added 26 with opener Lewis making 66, but it was an unbeaten 66-run partnership for the seventh wicket between captain Ben Hogarth (32) and Paul Theker (36 no) to seal the win with four. done. Wickets and 2.3 overs left.

David Brannon took three wickets for the home team as he pushed Stathes all the way.

Mainly thanks to Andy Slaughter’s six-wicket haul, Heslerton secured a seven-wicket home win at home to Seymour and Irton.

A scintillating six-wicket haul by Slaughter for just 16 in six overs reduced the seamer to just 115 in 34 overs, as the hosts fell 99-4 after the Hesselerton bowler took the final six, his last six wickets. Just 16 runs.

Darrol Lewis was the top fast bowler with 57 runs in 70 balls.

In reply, Christian Wilkinson scored 42 and Rob Middlewood made 39 as Heslerton registered a 116-3 win in 25 overs.

A brilliant 5-14 spell from Gregor Fraser helped Skelby to a 149-run win at home at Bridlington 2nds.

Paul Hesp also played an innings of 3-33 as Breed was all out for 94, captain Tom McMicken scored 23 and opener Simon Leeson scored 21.

Earlier, opener Chris Malthhouse led the home side with a captain’s knock of 69 as Scalby made 243-6, Adam Waugh made 41, Matty Jones made 46 off just 28 balls and John Barton scored 28 runs. .

Peter Bothell was the top bridge bowler with 3-38.

Mulgrave’s opener Chris Batchelor was once again in top form as his team registered a 173-run home win against fellow high-flyer Eberston.

The hosts scored 281-5 and 92, Liam Konop 68, captain Craig Thompson 51 and Chris Knight scored 36 runs.

Eberston’s answer never really worked, with John Mason scoring 24 and captain Alex McKean 23 as they hit 108, Thompson and Andy Raw taking three wickets each.

Division One Leaders Wyckham continued their 100% start to the season with a 128-run win at Thixendale.

The visiting team batted first and were bowled out for 192 runs, with young Sam Owen top-scoring with 49, including Balraj Balachandran (26), Mike Dugdale (22) and Dave Pearson 21.

Simon Walgate scored 4-37 for the home team, and then he top-scored with 31, as his team then scored only 64 runs, with Balachandran and Liam Eyre taking two wickets each.

Great Hebton scored a 110-run home win over Sherburne, a victory that helped them jump above their rivals and into second place.

Max Fraser scored 65 off 58 balls as Habton 242-7, Ryan Vance 53 and Doug Bentley 41, Daly Wharton and Ben Simpson took two wickets each for Sherburne.

Jack Garratty and Stuart Whatmore took three wickets each as Hebton dismissed Sherburne for 132, Jack Picard 33 and Wharton 23.

The Fylingdales gave Seaverby a five-wicket win at home.

Despite opener Dan Artley’s scintillating 89 as the visitors were bowled out for 124 in just 24 overs, Seaverby fell 100-1, thanks to a surprising 6-14 spell from Tee Newman, followed by Barry Hayes, 3-8 well supported.

The Dales were then grateful for an excellent 67no from Harry Purves to drive them home, Hayes adding 24 and putting up a fine all-round performance.

Tim Hunt’s scintillating 91 helped Thornton Dale to an impressive six-wicket win at home for Forge Valley.

Captain Sean Pinder with good support from Charlie Baldwin (number 31), John Flinton (number 25) and Eric Hall (25) was the driving force for Wally with 71 as he posted 235-6.

Hunt scored 91 runs in just 69 balls, including 14 fours and a six, joined by 40 from openers Lewis White and Eddie Craggs, as well as 32 by Eddie Turnbull, taking Dale for six and seven balls. Won the remainder.

Clouton conceded his game at Eberston 2nds.

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