The Scarborough News

Dawson ton steers Filey to victory at Brompton


Josh Dawson’s stunning century steered Filey to a sixwicket win at Brompton in the Premier Division.

Dawson hammered 14 fours and four sixes in his 107, while Ryan Baldry also hammered 57 as they hit a winning 207-4 from 20.2 overs, Tom Fletcher-Varey taking 3-40.

Brompton had posted 2068, skipper Tom Pateman hitting 48, Fletcher-Varey 35 and Gabriel McGill 31, Baldry, Stu Neilson and Tom Watson bagging two wickets apiece.

Cayton earned a 37-run win at home to Seamer.

Skipper Michael Dennis (pictured right) led the way with 67 for Cayton, Jake McAleese (37), Ryan Woodhead (36) and Harry Holden (28) firing them to 227, Matty Walters taking 4-34.

Captain Gregg Chadwick hit 50, Rory Skelton 30 and Dave Graham 26 in reply but Seamer were all out for 190, McAleese scooping 3-22.

Scalby secured a 39-run home win against Staithes

Brett Cunningham’s undefeated 67 from 54 balls led Scalby to 246-7, with Ben Luntley and Brad Walker adding 53 each and Jon Barton 25.

Paul Theaker (3-57) was the top Staithes bowler.

Liam Cousins (4-40) and James Deaves (3-60) linked up to dismiss Staithes for 207, Ben Hoggarth hitting 54 and Simon Bowes 48.

Callum Battams’ 5-18 guided Bridlingto­n 2nds to a four-wicket win at Staxton.

Battams helped skittle the hosts for 110, Kev Armstrong top-scoring with 48.

Rich Lount (42) and Tom

McMeeken (33) helped Brid to victory despite Tom Pratt’s 3-31.

Mulgrave won by six wickets in their trip to Cloughton.

Ciaran Bartram snapped up 5-16 as Ravenscar eased to an eight-wicket home win in their first Division Three game of the season against Nawton Grange 2nds.

Opener George Bentley (25) was the only Grange batsman to impress as they slipped from 30-0 to 92 all out,

Midhunsing­h Vijayasing­h (34no) and Joe Bayes (33) then secured the win.

Glaisdale wrapped up a seven-wicket win at Great Habton 2nds.

Vernon Smith (34) and Jack Stockdale (38) were the only home batsmen to make headway in the face of canny bowling from Glaisdale, Tom Wardell scooping 4-8 from his four overs.

Ben Thompson’s 67 and William Burtt’s 51 not out sealed the win for Glaisdale.

Kyle Orange and Tom Sanders were the all-round stars as Muston claimed a 67run triumph at Scarboroug­h Rugby Club.

Skipper Orange hit 44, Sanders 44no and Max Truleove 32 as they were all out for 177, William Kelly bagging 4-51 and Brett Canham 3-25.

Mark Shippey hit 27 as the hosts slipped to 110 all out, Orange and Sanders scooping three wickets each.

On Sunday, Filey 2nds eased to an eight-wicket win at nine-man Pickering 3rds.

George Hodgson hit 44, Tony Evans 28 and Keith Barber 26 as Pikes were 124 all out, Ben Robson taking 5-34.

Dave Pooley’s 37 made sure of the Filey win.


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