The Scarborough News
SPENCELY SPARKLE AS MULGRAVE NET W S WIN
Kipling’s exceedingly good all-round form fails to save Snainton from loss at neighbours E
Mulgrave 2nds claimed a five-wicket home win against Wykeham 2nds in Division Two.
The visitors batted first and posted 166-5 from their 45 overs, George Shannon top scoring with 37 from 107 balls, Balraj Balachandran adding 23 not out, Scott Wardman 23 and Chris Kirkham-Knowles 19.
Nick Gibson was the top home bowler with 2-29.
Balachandran and Ian Thompson then took two wickets each to give Wykeham hope, but Chris Spenceley’s 57no and 32 from Ben Hinchley secured the win with 170-5 from 36.4 overs.
Ebberston2ndsclaimed a 49-run home success against 10-man neighbours Snainton.
Fine batting from Jake Finnegan (54), veteran Mike Horsley (47), Joe Dunnett (41no) and skipper Jordan Welford (25) guided the hosts to 229-6.
Steve Eyre and Mike Kipling took two wickets each for Snainton.
In reply, openers Kipling (61) and Mike Eyre (58) gave Snainton a solid start but they only reached 180-4 from 45 overs, Sam Hardie taking 3-33.
Scalby 2nds eased to a seven-wicket victory at Grosmont.
Nathan Barber took 3-19, and Tom Hendry and Joe Childs two apiece as the hosts posted 138-8.
Chris Pickering hit 37 and Charlie Parker 28 for Grosmont.
An opening stand of 112 between Lee Kerr (55) and Gareth Edmunds (59no) wrapped up the win for the visitors, as they won with 22.2 LoEveArG s UaEnR d OseUvNeD n -wUiPckets to spare
Stuart Knaggs was the top Grosmont bowler with 2-33.
Seamer & Irton 2nds eased to a 177-run triumph at home to Ganton.
An opening stand of 102 between wicketkeeper Darrol Lewis (67) and skipper Joe Tiffany (75) got Seamer off to a flying start, Lewis smashing seven fours and three sixes and Tiffany blasting 14 fours and three sixes.
Cameos from Tom Greenwood (25) and Dave Lawty (35) kept the momentum going as Seamer racked up an impressive total of 253 all out from 44.4 overs.
Greg Cousins snapped up 3-53, while Ian Cousins, James Richardson and Tom Pick also took two wickets each for Ganton.
Skipper Dan Reardon was then the only Ganton batsman to impress, as his 30 dominated a reply of 76 all out in 24.4 overs.
Pick (15) was the only other away player to reach double figures in the face of fine bowling from Luke Horton (3-24), Callum Metcalf (2-14) and Laurence James (2-14), with Tiffany and Greenwood also bagging a wicket apiece.
Fylingdales strolled to an eight-wicket success at Wold Newton.
Koppy Harrison hit 20 and tail-ender Stephen Atkinson 17 as Wold Newton limped to 95 all out in 30 overs.
Justin Mayne claimed 4-28 and Taylor Humble 3-7 for Dales, Chris Hurworth also taking two wickets..
Opener Robert Tucker struck 37 not out and Oliver Lane 36 not out as the away side eased to a winning 96-2 from 18.2 overs.