Nicholas Associates Premier division 
Cawthorne v Appleby Frodingham 
Leaders Appleby Frodingham were amongst the sides left frustrated by the weather. After winning the toss and electing to bat, the Steelmen reached 110-2 before losing both Jordan Cook and skipper Matt Fowler on the same score. Despite a determined innings from Matt Morland, Liam Wiles and Michael Jepps ran through the rest of the order, as eight wickets fell for 52. Joe Baker then snapped up two quick wickets to put his team on top, before the rain ended proceedings. The visitors maintain their 12-point lead at thr top, whilst Cawthorne are still the same number of points above the relagion zone. With two games to play, both sides still play their main championship and relegation rivals, in Sheffield Collegiate and Hallam respectively. 
Appleby Frodingham 162 (46.5 overs) Matt Fowler 46, Matt Morland 33, Liam Wiles 3-30, Michael Jepps 3-30 
Cawthorne 10-2 (6) 
Match abandoned (4pts each) 
Elsecar v Doncaster Town 
Elsecar, who were put in to bat by Doncaster, had got themselves into a strong position before the rain came. Opener Sam Shaw provided the backbone of the innings and was joined by Hasnat Yousaf, who applied acceleration with an unbeaten 60 off 35 balls, in an unbroken fourth-wicket stand of 111. 
Elsecar 213-5 (35) Sam Shaw 70*, Hasnat Yousaf 60* 
Doncaster T did not bat 
Match abandoned (4pts each) 
Sheffield Collegiate v Hallam 
Second-placed Sheffield Collegiate were put in to bat by visitors Hallam, and had Sam Hunt and Jacob Waterson to thank for a fourth-wicket stand of 66, that enabled them to post a defensible score. Edward Burch was the pick of a tidy visiting attack. The rain then came to spoil what might have been an interesting finish; the abandonment helping neither side to close the gap on their respective championship and relegation rivals. 
Sheffield C 160-8 (44) Jacob Waterson 49, Sam Hunt 32, Edward Burch 4-33 
Hallam 29-1 (8) 
Match abandoned (4pts each) 
Tickhill v Barnsley Woolley Miners 
After Barnsley elected to bat first at Alderson Drive, Harpreet Singh was within reach of his second century of the season and Barnsley had set themselves up to end the innings with a flourish, when the rain came. 
Barnsley WM 165-3 (38) Harpreet Singh Bhatia 93* 
Tickhill did not bat 
Match abandoned (4pts each) 
Treeton v Wickersley Old Village 
Treeton put Wickersley in to bat, bowled them out cheaply and quickly knocked off the runs before the rain came, thereby achieving the division's only positive result. Only Connor Snelgrove and Liam Heathcote reached 20 for the visitors, but after they were out, the last six wickets fell for 27, with Will Street returning his best figures of the season. The experienced Steve Foster’s unbeaten 50 off 57 balls then ensured that Treeton were home, if not dry. Treeton have now narrowed the gap to second-placed Collegiate to two points, and are 14 behind the leaders with two games to play. 
Wickersley OV 92 (31.4) Will Street 5-20 
Treeton 94-1 (16.2) Steve Foster 50* 
Treeton (12pts) beat Wickersley Old Village (0) by nine wickets 
Wakefield Thornes v Whitley Hall 
Only 15 overs and two balls were possible before the weather forced an abandonment, with the visitors on top after electing to bowl first. 
Wakefield T 41-3 (15.2) 
Whitley Hall did not bat 
Match abandoned (4pts each) 
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