Last Sunday, Aston Hall beat Coal Aston by five wickets in the final at Abbeydale to win the second YCSPL T20 plate competition. Chasing 110 to win, Aston Hall won with two balls to spare after Nasir Omar had got them off to a good start with 55 off 47 balls. Lawrence Pickford (4-14 in four overs) bowled Coal Aston into contention, but an unbeaten 28 from Josh Coulson saw Aston home. Earlier Daniel Hemingway top-scored with 40 for Coal Aston, whilst Tom Coulson (3-14 in four) was the pick of the Aston Hall bowling. 
In the semi-finals, Aston Hall beat Conisbrough by 16 runs and Coal Aston beat Sprotbrough by three runs - both games going to the very last ball.  
Our grateful thanks go to the Sheffield Collegiate club for their excellent hosting of a very successful day; to organisers Linzey Scothern and Steve Ward; and to the four teams for providing three very well-contested games. 
Also last Sunday, Upper Haugh beat Treeton 2nds by three wickets in the first semi-final of the Mick Savage Memorial Trophy. A 96-run third-wicket partnership between Tom Holland (59) and skipper Will Cooper (47) was the backbone of the visitors 194-9, Samuel Thompson's 3-28 being the pick of the Upper Haugh attack. The home side's successful chasse of their target was a real team effort, with four players contributing twenties and thirties. 
This Sunday sees the final group stage of the YCSPL T20 Blast, with games starting at 10.00 at Shaw Lane, Barnsley; Town Fields, Doncaster; the Al-Murad Stadium, Elsecar; and Church Fields, Whiston. 
There is also the second semi-final in the Mick Savage Memorial Trophy - Norton Woodseats v Aston Hall 2nds (12.30). 
Finally this Sunday, there will be two semi-finals in the Billy Oates Memorial Cup (13.30): 
Thorpe Hesley & High Green 2nds v Whitley Hall 3rds 
Upper Haugh 3rds v Stocksbridge 2nds  
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