Sher­iff Hut­ton progress af­ter tie

Yorkshire Post - Sports Monday - - CRICKET -

LEAGUE CRICKET: Sher­iff Hut­ton Bridge tied with Rich­mond­shire, but edged into the sec­ond round of the Na­tional Knock-Out Cup hav­ing lost one wicket fewer.

Gary Pratt hit 121 as Rich­mond­shire posted 251-8.

Opener Mark Fisher hit a half cen­tury in the re­ply and Oliver Grayson (67) and Karl Carver moved them ever closer.

Need­ing seven off the last two balls to win, Ben Gill hit a four and a two to clinch the tie.

Opener Casey Rudd hit 79 to put Driffield Town on their way to a six-wicket vic­tory against Bran­don.

Grant Halder (16no) and Danny Broump­ton (25no) saw them past the 210-8 tar­get.

Ben­well Hill set Scar­bor­ough to chase 230-8, but Dar­ren Har­land (57) gave the home side a solid start and fa­ther and son Neil and Ben Elvidge each scored 42 as Scar­bor­ough clinched vic­tory with 11 balls to spare.

Daniel Harper scored a cen­tury in Dun­ning­ton’s 213-7, but they were edged out by five wick­ets at Barnard Cas­tle.

Do­minic Rhodes (42) top scored in Stamford Bridge’s 150, but Stock­ton had lit­tle trou­ble clinch­ing a six-wicket win in 26.5 overs.

In the Heavy Woollen Cup, Sam Drury hit 13 fours and nine sixes in rac­ing to 156 in Tree­ton’s 262 and even though Dave Toft replied with a 119, he could not find suf­fi­cient part­ners and Wake­field Thornes were dis­missed for 229.

Gary Fel­lows cracked 13 fours and three sixes in a quick­fire 82 to clinch Hang­ing Heaton’s nine wicket win over Spen Vic­to­ria.

Oliver Hal­l­i­day’s 5-38 spell re­stricted Gom­er­sal to 180 and Richard Jubb (52) and Reg­gie Thomas (41) helped Mor­ley re­cover from 60-4 to clinch a four-wicket win.

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