Sheriff Hutton progress after tie
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.