League games 
 
Cleethorpes’ lead at the top of the Premier Division was trimmed to six points after they lost against challengers Tickhill at Alderson Drive. After winning the toss and electing to bat, the visitors never really got going and were all out for 93, Adi Sreedharan mopping up the tail with 3-7 in 7.5 overs. Mayank Mishra took 3-47 to ensure that the hosts did not have things all their own way when they replied, but Jim Morgan (35) laid the foundations for a five-wicket win that leaves Tickhill just six points behind the leaders. Whitley Hall were 92-5 after being put in to bat by Shiregreen at Baxter Field, but Callum Bethell (74) and Dan Waldron (34*) helped them reach 255-8, whilst Sana Ullah Khan took 3-62 for the visitors. In their reply, Shiregreen lost wickets too regularly to mount a serious challenge, Harrison Wood taking 3-21, and they were all out for 149. Whitley move up to third, just eight points behind the leaders. Doncaster Town were 51-5 after being put in to bat by Wakefield Thornes at Field Lane, but Harsha Rajapaksha (60) and Joe Gallagher (89*) put on 130 for the sixth wicket to help the visitors to 220-8, despite Osama Ahmed’s 6-64 for Thornes. When the hosts replied, only James Wolfenden (35) provided any prolonged resistance against George Cowan (5-32) and they were all out for 172 and drop a place to fourth, just six points above Town. The battle between last year’s champions, Sheffield Collegiate, and the side they succeeded, Appleby Frodingham, at Brumby Hall, was a tight affair. Kieran Lindley top-scored in the hosts’ 150-9 after Henry Eldred (3-54) had taken two early wickets. When the visitors replied, Shaaiq Choudhry (62) was last out with just eight runs wanted, Matthew Harris taking 4-38 for the hosts. Bottom side Barnsley Woolley Miners put Elsecar in to bat at Shaw Lane, and Oliver Jackson (4-38) and Jacob Cumming (3-17 in 15 overs) bowled them out for 118, Samarpit Joshi top-scoring for the visitors with 53. When the hosts replied, a patient unbeaten 35 from Boeta Beukes took them to a six-wicket win that draws them level with their visitors. Opener Chris Cobb (71) and skipper Sam Drury (91) put on 103 for Treeton’s fourth wicket in their 261-8 in 46 overs after choosing to bat first against Cawthorne at Dark Lane. Liam Wiles took 4-68 for the hosts, and then he hit 134 off 99 balls with nine 4s and ten 6s in his side’s reply, dominating an eighth-wicket stand of 110 that rescued his side from 104-7. However, the next highest score was 18, and there were three wickets each for Charlie Bourne and Steve Foster as Cawthorne were all out for 224. 
 
Gareth Purshouse (83) and Abdul Qayoom, with an unbeaten 113 off 68 balls (nine 4s and ten 6s), put on 129 for leaders Wickersley Old Village’s fourth wicket as they plundered 309-5 after being put in to bat by Whiston Parish Church at Church Fields in the Championship Division. Earlier opener Ben Simpson made 58 and Sam Drabble took 3-58 for the hosts. In their reply, opener Harry Paver made 41 for Whiston, and there were several double-figure contributions down the order, but Dylan Smythe took 4-51 and they were all out for 197. Ackworth kept pace ten points behind the leaders after Joshua Hen-Boisen took 4-19 to help bowl Sheffield Collegiate 2nds out for 70 after they had chosen to bat first at Abbeydale. Hen-Boisen was then unbeaten on 32 when the visitors passed their modest target for the loss of three wickets in 17 overs. Alex Hughes (40) and skipper Nick Dymock (99) put on 125 for third-placed Hallam after they had been put in to bat by Barnsley Woolley Miners 2nds at Crimicar. Romir Singh (78) and Edward Burch (68) then added 125 for the third wicket as Hallam amassed 331-6. Only Gurnoor Singh (40) reached double figures when the visitors replied, Jay Singh taking 4-43, and Burch followed up his half-century with 3-22 as Barnsley were all out for 86. Sprotbrough maintained their top-half position with a narrow win over Houghton Main after Daniel Wright (5-65) and Scott Mantovani (4-37) bowled their visitors out for 103 after they chose to bat first at Melton Road. The hosts were 27-6 in reply, but the lower order saw them to a two-wicket win in 32 overs, despite Riaz Khan’s 7-44. Aston Hall put Doncaster Town 2nds in to bat at the Eco Power Oval and restricted them to 156-7. The visitors were then 94-7 in reply, but Josh Coulson (39*) and Johannes Bothma (38) came together in an unbroken eighth-wicket stand of 73 to take their side to a three-wicket win in the 48th over. Openers Ben Dalton (113) and Harry Grindle (36) put on 110 for Rockingham Colliery’s first wicket after they had chosen to bat first against Wath at Moor Road. An unbeaten 72 from Lasith Lakshan then helped the visitors to 258-5. In the hosts’ reply, skipper Rob Barlow (83) and Hayden Byrne (74) put on 97 for the second wicket, but they fell seven runs short against Peter Lomas (4-60) and Lakshan (3-67). 
 
Division 1 leaders Oughtibridge War Memorial lost at home to Tickhill 2nds after choosing to bat first and being bowled out for 168. The hosts were 105-8 before Danuka Hettierachchi (46) and Dilshan Sukumar (33) added 60 for the ninth wicket, whilst Ibrahim Safi (4-29) and Paddy Turner (3-23) did much of the damage for the visitors. When Tickhill replied, Safi (55) and Dylan Sisman (54*) kept the scoreboard moving whilst Sam Roby (35*) played an anchor role to help them recover from 11-4 to win by four wickets in the 47th over. It was Tickhill’s fifth consecutive win, and they are now just 14 points behind the leaders. Opener Jawad Saleem made 93 to help second-placed Rotherham Town to 286-7 after choosing to bat against Elsecar 2nds at the Al-Murad Stadium, Shaun Pedler taking 3-40 for the hosts. Anees Hussain took 4-60 when Elsecar replied, skipper Elliott Evans top-scoring with 43 as they were bowled out for 240. Third-placed Darfield missed the chance to move within four points of the leaders when they lost narrowly to Upper Haugh at Wentworth Road. After choosing to bat first, the visitors were bowled out for 185, three batsmen passing 30 but none being able to go on to a big score. Samuel Thompson took 3-48 for the hosts, who were 86-5 in reply, before invaluable contributions from the lower order took them to a two-wicket win with four balls to spare, Saman Kursheed taking three wickets for Darfield. Conisbrough also missed the opportunity to make up ground when they lost at home to Warmsworth. Ryan Pearson hit an unbeaten 70 off 61 balls to help the visitors to 214-6 after deciding to bat first, and then Lewis Brown took 6-23 to bowl the hosts out for 100 when they replied. Jack Myers took 8-58 to bowl Aston Hall 2nds out for 192 after they were put in to bat by Whitley Hall 2nds at Green Lane, Declan Ward (49) and Charlie Taylor (40) top-scoring for the hosts. Sam Chatterton (49) then top-scored at the visitors were forced to work hard for a two-wicket win with two overs to spare. Arsh Gupta took 4-14 to help Wakefield Thornes 2nds bowl Wickersley Old Village 2nds out for 162 after they had chosen to bat first at Northfield Lane, Jack Eggleston top-scoring for the hosts with 39. Keeper Jonathan Scott (43) then put on 78 for the fourth wicket with opener Joe Cuthbertson (73*) to take Thornes to the brink of their six-wicket win in 32 overs. 
 
Leaders Coal Aston made it ten out of ten in Division 2 with a straightforward win over Hatfield Town at Stonelow, and they are the only unbeaten club in the League at the half-way point. Michael Hunter took 3-45 when the visitors were bowled out for 130 after choosing to bat first, and Jon Trower hit an unbeaten 51 to see his side to a six-wicket win in 24 overs in reply. Penistone held on to second place after beating Thorpe Hesley & High Green by the narrowest of margins at Queen Street. Put in to bat, the hosts made 173-8 with Chris Walmsley making 55. In reply, the visitors lost three of their top four for ducks, and only skipper Tiger Dalby held the top order together, then Garvin Serieux hit 100 off 100 balls, before falling to Walmsley (4-59) with just three runs wanted. Jack Meek (4-60) then took the last wicket with Thorpe Hesley on 172. Monk Bretton held on to the third promotion place after beating Wath 2nds at the Castle Ground. Keeper Luke Bullingham (63) top-scored in the hosts’ 167 all out after they elected to bat first, Luke Roddison taking 3-30 for the visitors. Wath were 56-6 in reply, and despite middle-order resistance from Lee Jeffries (32), they were all out for 107, with Steven Honeyman taking 4-28 and Ashley Clayton 3-17. Opener Joe Milner carried his bat for an unbeaten 59 as Parkhead were bowled out for 139 after electing to bat first against Sheffield United at Ecclesall Road, with three wickets each for Zayn Beg and Zaheer Mirza. Opener Mohammed Altaf Khan then hit 59 to pave the way for the visitors’ five-wicket win in the 25th over. Jamie Stone (52) and Nick Cooper (47) put on 95 for Hallam 2nds’ first wicket, setting them on their way to 245-9, after they chose to bat first against Treeton 2nds at Washfield Lane, Ali Shah and Misal Sasikumar claiming three wickets each. Treeton were 121-7 in reply before Liam Curtis made 53 to make the final total more respectable at 193 all out. Earlier Ryan Hardy made 40 and there were three wickets apiece for Nathaniel Dingle, James Chetwood and Alex Coates. 
 
Norton Woodseats maintained their six-point lead at the top of Division 3 after beating Bradfield Village Fellowship in a low-scoring game at Matthews Lane. Ikramullah Naseri took 5-14 as the visitors were bowled out for 96 Naseri then top-scored with 31 as Woodseats reached their target with five wickets and 17 overs to spare, despite Noah Jackson’s 3-22. Thorncliffe & Wentworth were put in to bat by second-placed Higham at Royd Lane. Thomas Swift took 4-22, helping reduce the visitors to 83-7, before Jacob Grubb (32) and Aaron Whittaker (52 off 35 balls) put on 77 for the eighth wicket, and they were all out for 176. In reply, skipper Greg Walton (46) and Michael Dixon (42) set up a four-wicket win in the 39th over for the hosts, despite a middle-order wobble caused by Richard Schofield (3-18). Cawthorne 2nds had to work hard to keep hold of third place against Kexborough at Bence Lane. Thangarajah Jerushan (4-41) and Thava Nig (4-20) bowled Cawthorne out for 121 after they chose to bat first, then Ryan Gibson took 5-30 to help the visitors to a nine-run win as Kexborough were bowled out for 112, despite skipper Danny Bowering’s 39. Andre Jackson (73) and Bjorn Taylor (40) helped Caribbean Sports to post 160-6 after choosing to bat first against Sheffield Collegiate 3rds at the Common. In reply, Tom Bradley (64*) and Rubaiyat Shinwari (59) added 98 for the fourth wicket to help their side to a four-wicket win in the 32nd over, despite Waqas Mahroof’s 3-17. Alan Littlewood (66) led the way for Worsbrough Bridge when they were put in to bat by Barnsley Woolley Miners 3rds and made 198-9 at Woolley, Ben Bentley taking 3-39 for the hosts. James Kennedy (4-17) and Mark Wilkinson (3-34) then bowled Barnsley out for 118 in reply. Lee Stewart (5-44) and John O’Sullivan (4-42) bowled Norton Oakes out for 162 after they chose to bat first against Millhouses Works at Millhouses Park. Keeper Michael Nuttall (41) and Iwan Hutchings (49) were in the runs for the visitors. In reply, opener Kieren O’Sullivan (57) and Iain Mallett (51) put on 102 for the second wicket to set Millhouses on their way to a seven-wicket win. 
 
Rockingham Colliery 2nds maintained their 14-point lead at the top of Division 4 after a big win over Conisbrough 2nds at Hoyland Common. Opener Joe Evans (75) and Kelham Bennett (65 not out off 56 balls) were in the runs as the hosts posted 210-7 after being put in to bat, whilst Liam Stainthorpe took 4-37 for the visitors. Bennett then followed up with 5-12 in seven overs as Conisbrough were bowled out for 78. Second-placed Frecheville Community had a similarly emphatic win, over Doncaster Town 3rds, at the Hobson Bowl. Todd Saxelby made 61 out of their 182 all out, whilst Kirk Bennett took 3-33 for the visitors. Thomas Duffield then returned 4-11 when Town were all out for 80 in reply. Opener Matthew Price’s 63 helped third-placed Stocksbridge to 204-7 against Sprotbrough 2nds at Bracken Moor, Fraser McLean taking three wickets for the visitors. Opener Harry Smith made 46 when Sprotbrough replied, but Jake Vickers took 4-32 to help restrict them to 140-9. Sheffield Collegiate 4ths held on to fourth place by the skin of their teeth after an exciting tussle with Hallam 3rds at Abbeydale. Chris Brownlee (3-19) and James Fletcher (3-27) helped restrict the hosts to 157-9, this after James Butler’s unbeaten 78 had rescued them from 42-5. Thomas Ollerton made 42 in Hallam’s reply, but Mark Longley (3-23) and Lawrie Brennan (3-47) bowled them back into the game after the visitors had been 86-2 and with the last pair at the crease, Hallam finished two runs short of their target. Shiregreen 2nds hauled themselves off the bottom of the table by beating Upper Haugh 2nds at Hatfield House Lane. Skipper Nazam Mohammed (52) and Khurram Shahzad (56) helped them to 245-7, Muhammad Ibrahim Khan taking three wickets for the visitors. Visiting skipper Gurvinder Singh hit 72 in his side’s reply, but Shahzad followed up his half-century with 4-47, and with Fida Mohammad taking 3-45 the visitors were all out for 207. Silkstone United slipped to the bottom of the table after a four-wicket home defeat to Wombwell Main. Jonathan Scaife took 5-29 as the hosts, put in to bat, were dismissed for 134, despite 52 from opener Lee White. The visitors were 84-6 in reply, but skipper Richard Batty saw them home with an unbeaten 42 off 32 balls. 
 
Barnby Dun still lead Division 5 by 20 points after beating Whiston Parish Church 2nds at Glass Park. James Brookes took 5-27 as the visitors were bowled out for 155, Scott Wilson contributing 34 of those. David Barrett, with an unbeaten 78, then led the hosts to victory by six wickets in the 44th over. Second-placed Sheffield University Staff had what was, in the end, a comfortable win over Handsworth Junior SC after being put in to bat at Warminster Road. Liam Gray, with an unbeaten 32 off 21 balls at number nine, boosted the hosts from 119-8 to 169-9, whilst Hamza Hussain took 4-40 and Nadeem Akhtar 3-43 for the visitors. No-one reached 20 when Handsworth replied, Waqas Tanveer (4-14) and Chris Stride (3-17) doing most of the damage for the Staff, and they were all out for 78. Ackworth 2nds replaced Coal Aston 2nds in the promotion spots after beating them by five wickets at Ackworth. James Clarke (4-30) and Dinitha Lokuliyange (3-5) helped bowl the visitors out for 137, Laurence Pickford top-scoring with 34. In reply, Dave Harris (37*) and Nathaniel Aitchison (54) put on 88 for the fourth wicket to set up a comfortable win for the hosts. Fishlake are just four points behind Ackworth after their hard-fought win over Rotherham Town 2nds at Clifton Lane. Ben Metcalfe (4-49) and Richard Copley (3-38) were the main wicket-takers as the hosts were bowled out for 148 after being put in to bat, Shadab Ahmed and Issar Rather both contributing thirties. In their reply, the key partnership for Fishlake was that of 61 between skipper Tim Elliott (32) and Simon Waites (37) that took them to 117-4. Anshal Ahmed (3-37) then took a couple of wickets to cause some flutters, but the visitors got home by three wickets with three balls to spare. Tom Groom hit 87 to help lift Maltby Miners Welfare from 38-3 to 214-9 against Wickersley Old Village 3rds. There were three wickets each for Gary Mills and Ali Anthony where Wickersley replied, and only 74 from Steven Dransfield spared an embarrassment as they were bowled out for 130. Charlie Potter (5-28) and Idris Khan (4-29) bowled Whiston Forge out for 86 at School Lane, Darfield 2nds then claiming a three-wicket win in the 29th over, despite Mark Daly’s 4-22. On Sunday, at Church Fields, Harrison and Owen Struggles, with 54 and 51 respectively, put on 89 for the fifth wicket to take Whiston Parish Church 2nds to 178 all out against Handsworth, for whom Zain Tariq took 5-35. Tariq then made 41 coming in at 88-6 when the visitors replied, but George Jenkinson (3-20 in ten overs) was the top performer as they were restricted to 153-8 in reply. 
 
Division 6 leaders Hatfield Town 2nds survived some early scares before beating Millhouses Works 2nds at Carr Side Lane. Skipper Nick Attrill made 52 for the visitors, but three wickets each for Adil Sikander and Carl Walton saw them restricted to 137-9; then Andy Belfield (3-16 in ten overs) had the hosts 24-4 in reply, before an unbeaten fifth wicket stand of 114 between Carl Walton (51*) and skipper Gareth Stent (61*) took Hatfield to a six wicket win with nine overs to spare. Warmsworth 2nds are four points behind the leaders after beating Mexborough Athletic at Common Lane. Mohammad Taimur Khan and Martin Spaven both hit thirties in the middle order, but the hosts were 156-7 before an unbeaten 56 off 29 balls from keeper Sanket Amin lifted them to 221-9. Jonathen Guest and Jonny Bradley both took three wickets for the visitors. Joe Stringfellow (5-23) then proved the match-winner as Mexborough were bowled out for 110 in reply. Peniston 2nds kept pace in third, Charlie Tippett (3.3-2-2-4) and Mitchell Duty (3-20) helping bowl Bradfield Village Fellowship 2nds out for 61 at the Sands, before the hosts coasted home by eight wickets in the 14th over, with an unbeaten 30 from skipper Sam Lee. Tawqeer Hussain (5-27) and Rafaqat Hussain (3-16) bowled Thorpe Hesley & High Green 2nds out for 102 at Smithywood Road, then Rafaqat Hussain led visitors Sheffield United 2nds to a five-wicket win in 24 overs. On Sunday, Whitley Hall 3rds bowled Higham 2nds out for 131 at Baxter Field, Charlie Wragg taking 3-15, then Wragg (51*) and keeper Ben Gillott (45) put on 63 for the second wicket to all but ensure the hosts’ six-wicket win. Junaid Javed (107 not out off 103 balls) dominated Handsworth Junior SC 2nds’ 185-8 against Caribbean Sports 2nds, then Majad Hussain took 3-25 as the visitors completed a 53 run win, Abu Bakr Nawaz (35) top-scoring in the hosts’ 132 all out. 
 
Brookhouse maintained their position at the top of Division 7 after beating Sprotbrough 3rds by four wickets at Rose Lane. Skipper Robbie Graves hit 42 at the top of the order for the visitors, but with Adam Bryant taking 3-25 and Jasneet Gulati 3-24, his side were all out for 131. Joe Yellott (48*) and Jasneet Gulati (47) were again in the runs when the hosts replied and they put on 81 for the third wicket to set up their win in the 31st over. James Christopherson took 4-30 to help second-placed Green Moor bowl Doncaster Town 4ths out for 90 at Hill House, then Harry Airstone (34*) and Joe White (46*) knocked off the required runs without loss of wicket in 16 overs. Barnsley Woolley Miners 4ths’ skipper Adrianna Darlow dominated her side’s eight-wicket win over Houghton Main 2nds at Middlecliffe Lane. First, she took 4-21 as the hosts were bowled out for 65, Steven Dixon returning 10-7-7-3, and was then unbeaten on 22 after opening the innings when the visitors replied. In a hard-fought game at Hootton Pagnell, Upper Haugh 3rds climbed above Scholes & Harley into fourth place. Put in to bat, the hosts were all out for 100, with three wickets each for Lewis Varley and Betty Bell. David Plummer (4-27) and Cameron Amin (1.1-0-1-3) then did most of the damage as the visitors were bowled out for 97 in reply. Stocksbridge 2nds, put in to bat by Eden Grove Parklands 2nds at Parklands, were 45-5 before Dom Gentlesmith (50) and Liam Grayson (54) put on 80 for the sixth wicket, whilst Tom Daykin took 3-25 for the hosts. In reply, Parklands were all out for 114, Les Harris taking 4-26 and Grayson 3-12. Chris Baker contributed 57 to Norton Oakes’ 177-9 against Adwick-le-Street at Oakes Park, Jack Rodgers (4-39) and Christopher Jeeves (3-41) the visitors’ main wicket-takers. Teddy and Chris Lovejoy both contributed middle-order thirties for Adwick in reply, but Andrew Hibbert was the match-winner with 4-11, and they were all out for 144. 
 
Parkhead 2nds extended their lead at the top of Division 8 to 12 points after a massive win over Frecheville Community 2nds at Ecclesall Road. Ian Davis (67) and Mubasher Ali (86) were amongst the runs as the hosts posted an imposing 284-6, and in reply Frecheville were all out for 85, Finn Harrison taking the last five wickets in a spell of 5-17. No-one reached 30 in second-placed Rockingham Colliery 3rds’ 175-8 at Stainborough against Barnby Dun 2nds, for whom Ethan Gurnill took 4-41. William Dooling took 3-14 when the visitors replied, and they were all out for 104. Andrew Millington (61) and Scott Aryani (96*) put on 129 for third-placed Wombwell 2nds second wicket against Elsecar 3rds at the I-Source Stadium, whilst George Dixon took 4-37 as the hosts reached 200-5. Alfie Rowbottom made 34 and Sam Walters took 3-32 as Elsecar were restricted to 148-8 in reply. Hallam 4ths are in fourth place after their 40-run win over Kexborough 2nds at Sandygate. Christopher Jarvis made 91 in their 171-9 and Harry Spence took 4-21 in the visitors’ reply of 131-9. Skipper Robert Kennedy (38) and Kevin Sherif (30) put on 72 for Worsbrough Bridge 2nds’ second wicket at home to Norton Woodseats, but from 84-1 they collapsed to 144 all out, Aman Hussain taking 3-24. Keeper Raza Shah then led Woodseats to a six-wicket win with an unbeaten 54. Gareth Hughes (56*) and keeper Jamil Hussain (52) put on 76 for Mexborough Athletic 2nds’ second wicket in their 192-5 at home to Monk Bretton 2nds, and Matthew Russell took 4-20 as the visitors were all out for 146 in reply. 
 
Oliver Moorhouse took 5-14 and Josh Shillito 3-3 in three overs as Division 9 leaders Thorncliffe & Wentworth 2nds bowled Wath 3rds out for 44 at Wentworth. The hosts then cruised to a seven-wicket win in the 15th over. Silkstone United 2nds missed the opportunity to close the gap on the leaders when they were beaten at Dearne. Robert Houghton (71) and Reece Gibson (37) gave the hosts a great start with an opening stand of 128, after which they were pegged back by Sean Pitt (4-28) and were all out for 188. Ian Wearmouth (35) and Robert Hill (31) got the visitors off to a solid start in reply, with an opening stand of 54, but Houghton completed a great all-round performance with a spell of 6-17 and they were all out for 147. Stuart Stubbins took 7-28 for Eden Grove Parklands at Pinfold Lane where they bowled Fishlake 2nds out for 138, Kayatheepan Navaratnam (46) top-scoring for the hosts. Keeper Denis White (36*) and Alan Moore (57) put on 83 for the visitors in their reply, and they completed a seven-wicket win with two balls to spare. Whiston Forge 2nds conceded their home game against second-placed Brookhouse 2nds. 
 
Sunday cup-ties 
 
In the K3 Dental Cup second round, Sheffield Collegiate narrowly prevailed in a thrilling run-fest away to Clifton Alliance. Abdul Faseeh (101 off 90 balls) shared in stands of 90 for the first wicket with keeper Jack Timby (45) and 116 for the second with Shaaiq Choudhry (101 not out off 79 balls), as the visitors posted a formidable 291-3. Samuel Grant (85) led a spirited reply from the hosts and they started the last over needing 15 with three wickets left, but a hat-trick by skipper Josh Varley saw his side to an eight-run win. Collegiate now face Harrogate in the next round, on a date to be confirmed. 
 
In the Whitworth Cup, Gareth Purshouse (61), Vishvaraj Jadeja (42) and Abdul Qayoom (53) were all in the runs again as Wickerley Old Village reached 200 all out against Sheffield Collegiate 2nds at Abbeydale, Shafiullah Shinwari taking 6-28 for the hosts. Michael Goodchild (38) and Matthew Tyas (43) top-scored in Collegiate’s reply, but the visitors, spearheaded by skipper Iftikhar Afzal (3-28) restricted them to 170-8. Wickersley are now away to Aston Hall in the semi-final on 14 July. 
 
In the Mick Savage Trophy, Siddarth Ahhuja hit 129 off 76 balls, with fourteen 4s and seven 6s, for Warmsworth against Elsecar 2nds to help them to a mammoth 277-4 in 35 overs at Common Lane. In the visitors’ reply, Limar Pierce took 3-9 in seven overs, and they were restricted to 100-8. Carl Ortton, with an unbeaten 30 at number 10 lifted Aston Hall 2nds from 118-9 to 149 all out against Sheffield United at Bawtry Road, but in reply, Fazikl Reza (44) and keeper Aadam Hassan (37*) took their side to a six-wicket win. Tom Exley took 3-21 as Penistone bowled Hatfield Town out for 108 at Queen Street; Connor Smythe then steered the hosts to a six-wicket win with an unbeaten 38. Upper Haugh posted 243-6 against Rotherham Town at Wentworth Road, and then bowled the visitors out for 125. 
 
The semi-final draw is: 
 
Sheffield United v Penistone 
Warmsworth v Upper Haugh 
 
Ties to be played on Sunday 4 August. 
 
 
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