League games 
 
Leaders Cleethorpes strengthened their position at the top of the Premier Division after a four-wicket win over Doncaster Town at the Eco Power Oval. Only Charlie Kaye (56) really got going after the hosts had elected to bat first, and with Josh Knapton taking 3-19 and Mayank Mishra 4-35, they were bowled out for 111. The visitors did not find batting easy either, but an unbeaten 66 from Jordan Cook saw them home with nearly eight overs to spare. Wakefield Thornes lost ground at the top after a seesaw game against Whitley Hall at Field Lane. The hosts had been 46-4 after being put in to bat, but Jawad Akhtar (54) led a recovery, and they reached a respectable 180-8. Harrison Wood (4-49) was the visitors’ most successful bowler. Whitley also lost early wickets in their reply, but a fourth-wicket stand of 60 between Neil Longhurst (37) and Matthew Thompson (47) steadied the ship, and despite Sijomon Joseph’s 5-40, the visitors got home with one ball and two wickets to spare. Tickhill held on to third place after returning to winning ways with a crushing 193-run win over Cawthorne at Dark Lane. Harry Swindells (42) and Ross Diver (70) gave the visitors a fine start with an opening stand of 96, after they had been put in to bat, then Minod Bhanuka contributed 75 off 68 balls as they amassed 282-7. Danish Aziz (4-54) was the hosts’ most successful bowler. Paddy Turner and Adi Sreedharan then took three wickets each as the hosts’ crumbled to 89 all out in reply. Shiregreen moved up into the top half of the table after beating champions Sheffield Collegiate by six wickets at Abbeydale. Sana Ullah Khan took 6-36 as the hosts were bowled out for just 86 after choosing to bat first, and although Jamie Carrington took 3-27 when the visitors replied, they passed their target for the loss of four wickets in the 30th over. After a slow start to the season, Appleby Frodingham won their second game in succession, by 43 runs over Barnsley Woolley Miners at Brumby Hall, and they too moved into the top half of the table. The experienced Matt Morland grafted his way to 43 when the hosts reached 143-7 after being asked to bat first, and, when the visitors’ replied, Joe Baker (4-33) quickly reduced them to 26-3, and they were all out for 100 in the 34th over. Treeton put a little daylight between themselves and the relegation places, beating Elsecar by 121 runs at Washfield Lane. After being put in to bat, the hosts reached 276-8, Joe Norbury top-scoring with 76 and skipper Sam Drury contributing an unbeaten 66 off 52 balls. In the visitors’ reply, skipper Bilal Anjam made 69 at the top of the order, but Norbury completed a fine all-round game with 4-44, Charlie Bourne took 3-36, and the visitors were all out for 155. 
 
The top two in the Championship Division met at Northfield Lane, where visitors Ackworth chose to bat first against Wickersley Old Village. Home skipper Iftikhar Afzal (5-36) took three early wickets as Ackworth slipped to 59-4, but Ian Wood (69) and skipper Luke Townsend (32) then added 72 for the fifth wicket to ensure the visitors posted a respectable total. But in reply, Vishvaraj Jadeja, with an unbeaten 93 off 81 balls, swept his side to a six-wicket win with ten overs to spare. Whiston Parish Church in third place, are now just two points behind Ackworth, after their five-wicket win over Wath at Church Fields. Simon Ward (58) top-scored for the visitors after they had chosen to bat first and were all out for 225 in the 50th over, Sam Drabble taking 4-49 and Harry Paver 3-52 for the hosts. Three early wickets for Michael Bates (4-55) had Whiston 39-3 in reply, but Arman Jaffer, with an unbeaten 118 off 110 balls, took control, and he added 131 in an unbroken sixth wicket stand with skipper Gareth Davis (37*) to give his side victory with four overs to spare. Hallam are now fourth in the table after beating Doncaster Town 2nds by 55 runs at Crimicar. The hosts were 48-5 after choosing to bat first, but Alex Davis (77) and Joe Cooper (47) then added 99 for the sixth wicket to help them reach 200-8. Bradley Heaps (3-38) was the most successful bowler for Town. Once the visitors’ opening partnership had been broken at 36, wickets started to fall regularly in their reply, and only Jonathan Redfearn (37) offered much resistance to the hosts’ attack, in which James Smedley took 4-43. Sheffield Collegiate 2nds followed up last week’s win over the leaders with a victory over another top four club, Sprotbrough, at Melton Road. Ben Fielding (4-28) and Daniel Longley (4-29) did the damage after the hosts chose to bat first and were all out for 156, opener Thomas Pepper (41) top-scoring for Sprotbrough. In reply, Adam Burkinshaw (60*) led the visitors to a seven-wicket win in the 35th over. Aston Hall asked Houghton Main to bat first at Middlecliffe Lane, where Tom Coulson took 4-24 and skipper Adam Clarke 3-16 as the hosts were all out for 82. The visitors then cantered to victory by nine wickets in just 13 overs. After Rockingham Colliery won the toss and chose to bat first against Barnsley Woolley Miners 2nds at Shaw Lane, Ben Dalton (57) and Lasith Lakshan (70) put on 70 for the second wicket as the visitors reached 212-5. The hosts were 44-4 in reply, but skipper Andrew Clayton (68) gradually took control, adding 84 in a sixth wicket stand with Callum Bailey (38), and Barnsley gained a two-wicket win off the last ball. 
 
There was an upset at the top of Division 1, where leaders Darfield were beaten by Tickhill 2nds at Alderson Drive. After choosing to bat first, the hosts were all out for 135. Ted Ruston (41) and Ibrahim Safi (33) added 56 to take Tickhill from 74-5 to 130-5, but the last five wickets then fell for the addition of five runs, and they were all out for 135. Liam Hague and Saman Khursheed took three wickets each for the visitors. But in Darfield’s reply, only Lewis Sansome (36) made any significant contribution, as Muhammad Khan took 5-17 and Nathaniel Wilkes 3-32, and they were bowled out for just 84. Conisbrough closed the gap at the top to just two points after a seven-wicket win over Aston Hall 2nds at Green Lane. Keeper Ollie Wainwright (46) and Ali Ahmed (60*) top-scored as Aston posted 216-6, Scott Lowe taking 3-40 for the visitors. Skipper Mathew Lowe (65) and Josh Whitaker (58) then got Conisbrough off to a great start in reply with an opening stand of 104, Nathan Smith hit an unbeaten 51, and the visitors passed their target with six overs to spare. Naveed Arif (44) and Hasaru Chaamikara (61*) helped third-placed Oughtibridge War Memorial to 218-5 after they elected to bat first against Wickersley Old Village 2nds at Waterside Gardens. Keeper Peter Smith (62) and Nathan Taylor (59) gave the visitors an excellent start with an opening stand of 96, but then Chaamikara (5-51) and Dilshan Sukumar (4-55) got to work and Wickersley were bowled out 11 runs short of their target. Rotherham Town lost ground on the leaders after they were put in to bat and dismissed for 156 by Warmsworth at Clifton Lane. Jake Marshall took 5-61 for the visitors and only Hedar Rasool (59*) offered much resistance for Town. Siddarth Ahhuja dominated the Warmsworth reply with 76 off 71 balls, and they won by seven wickets in the 33rd over. Opener Alfie Spurr hit an unbeaten 96 and shared in a fourth wicket stand of 87 with his skipper Tommy Hyde as Upper Haugh reached 223-5 after choosing to bat first against Elsecar 2nds at the Al-Murad Stadium. Habil Arshad then took 8-14 in ten overs as the hosts were bowled out for just 41 in reply. Joe Cuthbertson (64) and Fred McVerry (46) helped Wakefield Thornes 2nds to 200-8 after they chose to bat first against Whitley Hall 2nds at Baxter Field. In reply, Chris Siddall hit an unbeaten 108 off 97 balls, sharing in an opening stand of 112 with Alex Littlewood (40), and the hosts cantered to an eight-wicket win in the 36th over. 
 
Division 2 leaders Coal Aston have stretched their lead at the top to 20 points after an eight-wicket win over the overnight second-placed club Monk Bretton at the Castle Ground. The hosts were 52-7, with Oscar Oborn-Corby taking 5-48, after having chosen to bat first, but skipper Ashley Clayton (49) and Ryan Howarth (41) then added 89 for the eighth wicket. The last three wickets then fell for 11 runs and Monk Bretton were all out for 152. In reply, Jack Hall (85 not out off 59 balls) and Jon Trower (38*) had an unbroken third wicket stand of 123 to take their side to victory in the 23rd over. Penistone moved up into second place after a seven-wicket win over Treeton 2nds at Queen Street. The visitors were all out for 114 after choosing to bat first; Jack Meek, Connor Smythe and Ben Askey taking three wickets each, whilst Thomas Reynolds (54) top-scored for Treeton. In Penistone’s reply, Smythe hit an unbeaten 49 off 39 balls as his side passed their target in only the 21st over. Thorpe Hesley & High Green are third, just six points behind Penistone, after beating Oughtibridge War Memorial 2nds at Smithywood Road. Bavasuthan Selvanayagam (42) and Sher Khan (41) helped the visitors to 178 all out, Matthew Bradley Green taking 4-41 for the hosts. Skipper Tiger Dalby (48) and Garvin Serieux (46) then saw Thorpe Hesley to a six-wicket win in the 30th over. Level with Thorpe Hesley are Hatfield Town, who enjoyed a comfortable win over Parkhead at Ecclesall Road. Keeper Paul Davies (41) and Alec Elliott (49) got the visitors off to a sound start with an opening stand of 59, then Luke Cockburn’s 70 took them up to 219 all out, whilst Chris Turner took 5-40 for the hosts. In reply, only Rohan Ardley (41) offered much resistance as Parkhead were bowled out for 137, with Andrew Decent taking 4-18 and James Winstanley 4-33. Jack Unwin’s 64 helped Hallam 2nds reach 186 all out after they were put in to bat by Wath 2nds at Moor Road, Harrison Roebuck, Luke Roddison and James Guthrig taking three wickets each for the hosts. Alex Coates took 4-49 when Wath replied, and they were all out for 161, Roddison contributing their top score of 39. 
 
Higham continue to go well at the top of Division 3, and they beat Caribbean Sports in a high-scoring game at the Common. Glen Burden hit the League’s highest individual score so far this season, 182 not out off 146 balls, sharing in an unbroken third-wicket stand of 207 with keeper George Deegan, as Higham amassed 311-2 after electing to bat first. In reply, the visitors slumped to 51-5, all five wickets falling to Thomas Swift (5-70), before Bjorn Taylor (51) and Zabe Javed (86*) restored some pride. Gareth Kilburn then claimed 4-33 as Caribbean closed on 221-9. Aamir Ashfaque (3-20) led the way as second-placed Norton Woodseats bowled Millhouses Works out for 86 at Matthews Lane. Ikramullah Naseri was then unbeaten on 40 when the hosts passed their target for the loss of two wickets in the 24th over. Shafiullah Shinwari (5-46) and Rubaiyat Abrar (4-36) bowled Cawthorne 2nds out for 118 after they chose to bat first against Sheffield Collegiate 3rds at Abbeydale. The hosts then completed a six-wicket win in 27 overs and moved up to third place in the table. Callum Bentley (31) and Zarmash Tarakil (85) put on 121 for Worsbrough Bridge’s first wicket after they chose to bat first against Norton Oakes at the D&I Home Improvements Ground. Tahir Nawaz then contributed 55 off 46 balls as the hosts clocked up 296 all out, despite Joshua Cross’s 5-50 for the visitors. In reply, Oakes slumped to 35-4 before Iwan Hutchings gave them some respectability with his 65 off 53 balls, but they were all out for 153, with Lewis and Mark Wilkinson taking three wickets each for the winners. Bradfield Village Fellowship came out on top in a low-scoring affair at the Sands. Skipper James Shepherd made 56 out of his sides’ 98 all out after they were put in to bat, James Brown taking 4-23 for the visitors. Hennie Swart took 6-19 when Thorncliffe replied, and they were all out five runs short at 93. Kexborough won their first game of the season after Adam Robinson took 4-35 when they bowled Barnsley Woolley Miners 3rds out for 211 at Woolley, Joshua Hartfield hitting 84 off 70 balls for the hosts. In their reply, the hosts lost two wickets without a run on the board, but Richard Burgess (47) and Mitchell Crapper (56) then put on 83 for the second wicket to turn the game round, and skipper Danny Bowering hit an unbeaten 62 to see his side to a four-wicket win with five balls to spare. 
 
Division 4 leaders Rockingham Colliery 2nds lost for the first time this season, but thanks to their nearest challengers, Frecheville Community, also being defeated, they still lead the table by six points. Alan Lockwood (4-37) and Kelham Bennett (3-19) bowled Silkstone United out for 124 after they had chosen to bat first at Hoyland Common, but when the hosts replied, Lee White (3-22) led a fine all-round bowling effort by the visitors, and Colliery were all out for 99. Joseph Goodchild hit an unbeaten 109 out of Sheffield Collegiate 3rds’ 193-6 after they were put in to bat at the Hobson Bowl. In reply, Jack Dransfield’s unbeaten 64 was not enough to see Frecheville home, and they fell five short on 188-4. Skipper James Doran hit 81 off 62 balls in Conisbrough 2nds’ 176 all out against Hallam 3rds at Park Road, Chris Brownlee and Joseph Brennan taking three wickets each for the visitors. In Hallam’s reply, Jas Singh hit an unbeaten 60, but he lacked support, and his side were all out for 135, Liam Stainthorpe taking 5-22. Sprotbrough 2nds elected to bat first against Doncaster Town 3rds at Hill House, where Joe Woodiwiss took 6-28 as the visitors were all out for 103. An unbeaten 53 from keeper Ewan Whitaker then led the hosts to a seven-wicket win in the 21st over. Another wicketkeeper, Upper Haugh’s Jack Pemberton, top-scored with 74 out of his side’s 166 all out after they elected to bat first against Wombwell Main at Wentworth Road. He received good support from Andrew Lintin (47), whilst there were three wickets from Thomas Goldsby-West for the visitors. Openers Richard Wilkinson (74) and Kieren Dinnage (44) put on 73 for the first wicket to set Wombwell on their way to a six-wicket win in the 26th over. 6-28 from Callum Haywood helped Stocksbridge bowl Shiregreen 2nds out for 95 at Hatfield House Lane, and the visitors passed their target for the loss of four wickets in the 32nd over. 
 
Barnby Dun lead Division 5 by 20 points after a seventh win of the season, this time over Sheffield University Staff at Warminster Road. Shaun Fell (72) was largely responsible for the visitors posting a defensible score of 149 all out, whilst Chris Stride and Liam Gray took three wickets each for the hosts. Nick Ashton then took 5-14 when the Staff replied, and they were all out for 98. Ackworth 2nds are in second place but with a game in hand on the leaders after a routine home win over Wickersley Old Village 3rds. Bailey Matthews and Daniel Levick took three wickets each as the visitors were bowled out for 78, and then keeper Andrew O’Grady’s unbeaten 38 steered the hosts home with eight wickets and 29 overs to spare. Fourth-placed Coal Aston 2nds kept in the hunt with a comfortable win over Whiston Parish Church 2nds at Stonelow. Opener Zac Trower (67) set the hosts on their way after they were put in to bat, before becoming the first of Jack Moran’s victims in his 4-53, and Coal Aston were bowled out for 213. In the visitors’ reply, only Scott Wilson (50) batted with real conviction against Eliot Tye (4-38) and they were all out for 114. Mahmood Hussain (44) was the top scorer in Rotherham Town 2nds’ 147 all out against Darfield 2nds after they were put in to bat at School Lane, Declan Dickinson taking 4-37 for the hosts. In Darfield’s reply, Shadab Ahmed took 7-39 and they were all out for 92 in just 19 overs. Kristian Lee Green (40) and Robert Bateman (42*) helped Whiston Forge to 221-9 at home to Maltby Miners Welfare. In reply, after keeper Tom Groom and Peter Brewster had taken Maltby to 38-0, wickets started to tumble, with Mark Daly taking 4-55, and only Callum Fuller (51) prevented a total capitulation as ten wickets fell for 81 and the visitors were all out for 119. The game between Handsworth Junior SC and Fishlake was cancelled. On Sunday, Rotherham 2nds completed a successful weekend when they defeated Handsworth JSC at Clifton Lane. Thirties from keeper Daniel Rose and Shahid Mohammed took Town to 148-9, whilst Hamza Hussain took 4-34 for the visitors. In reply, Handsworth were all out for 67, Shadab Ahmed taking 4-18. 
 
Division 6 leaders Hatfield Town 2nds had a resounding win over Handsworth Junior SC 2nds at Carr Side Lane. Opener Andy Cutts made 84 out of their 224-9 after they were put in to bat, Imran Khan taking 5-53 for the visitors. In reply, Handsworth were all out for 83, Adil Sikander taking 4-31. Just two points behind the leaders are Penistone 2nds, who had a very convincing win over Higham 2nds at Rose Lane. Michael Brown took 4-20 as the hosts were restricted to 127-9, then Scott Jones hit an unbeaten 75 off 62 balls as the visitors clinched an eight-wicket win in 24 overs. Skipper Nick Attrill (94) and Amir Riaz (64) put on 124 for Millhouses Works 2nds’ first wicket against Sheffield United 2nds at Millhouses Park, and keeper Jack Roper then weighed in with an unbeaten 44 as the hosts compiled 231-8. Mansoor Khederkhil made 36 in the visitors’ reply, but the rest of the batting crumbled against Oliver Wynn (4-29) and Jon Wynn (4-33), and they were all out for 129. Caribbean Sports 2nds bowled Mexborough Athletic out for 126 after they had chosen to bat first at the Beecroft Estates ground. Skipper Elliot Hunt made 48 at a run a ball, but he lacked support, and Wilbert Whyte took 5-31 for the visitors. Caribbean did not find batting easy either, and were 57-4 before Junaid Abbas settled the issue with 41, helping his side to a four-wicket win in 28 overs. An unbeaten 62 from Millie Gray helped Bradfield Village Fellowship 2nds to 169-7 against Warmsworth 2nds at Common Lane, Charlie Iball and Joe Stringfellow taking three wickets each for the hosts. In the hosts’ reply, Iball contributed 51 at the top of the order, adding 82 for the third wicket with Mohammad Taimur Khan, who was 71 not out when Warmsworth claimed a seven-wicket win in the 36th over. Joshua Dobson, with an unbeaten 68, and skipper Nelson Windle (56) put on 96 for Whitley Hall 3rds’ sixth wicket against Thorpe Hesley & High Green 2nds at Green Moor, taking their side to 218-6 after being put in to bat. Joe Webster then took 5-28 as Thorpe Hesley were bowled out for 97 in reply. 
 
Brookhouse recorded their sixth successive win in Division 7, by 115 runs away to Eden Grove Parklands. Joe Yellott was in the runs again for the visitors with 81 out of their 160-7, then Tharindu Perera returned 8-3-8-4 as the hosts were bowled out for 45 in reply. Green Moor remain ten points behind the leaders after their win away to Stocksbridge 2nds. Jack Berry and Curtis Coles took three wickets apiece as the hosts were restricted to 130-9, then Joe White hit 47 to help Green Moor reach their target for the loss of five wickets in the 36th over. Barnsley Woolley Miners 4ths lost ground on the top two when they lost by six wickets at Adwick-le-Street. Christopher Jeeves took 4-30 as the visitors were bowled out for 132, then opener James Wadsworth hit an unbeaten 72 as the hosts chased down their target with four overs to spare. Upper Haugh 3rds moved up to fourth after a narrow win over Houghton Main 2nds at Hooton Pagnell. Callum Plummer took 5-27 to help bowl the visitors out for 127, then skipper Tim Whitehouse (63) helped the hosts overcome a poor start and win by two wickets after being 35-4. The tightest game of the day came at Oakes Park, where Norton Oakes 2nds reached 170-6 after choosing to bat first, with Chris Baker contributing 67. In reply Doncaster Town 4ths were all out one run short off the last ball of their 40 overs. Baker completed a brilliant all-round performance with 6-16, but the hosts’ Laura Schiewe (75) recorded the highest score of the game, in a losing cause, sharing in a third-wicket stand of 82 with Harry Leach (40). The game between Scholes & Harley and Sprotbrough 3rds was cancelled. 
 
In Division 8, Mobasher Ali returned 8-3-8-4 for Parkhead 2nds when they bowled overnight leaders Hallam 4ths out for 75 at Sandygate. The visitors then recorded an eight-wicket win in the 22nd over, with opener Nathaniel Sloane unbeaten on 32, and took over at the top of the table. Wombwell Main 2nds lost at home to Mexborough Athletic 2nds but still moved up a place to second. Adam Wallace hit 42 in the hosts’ 177-9, Bradley Wootton taking 3-16 for Athletic, who then passed their target for the loss of six wickets in the 37th over, thanks to a remarkable unbeaten 124 off 97 balls by James Stephenson. Barnby Dun 2nds moved up a place to fourth after a nine-wicket win over Frecheville Community 2nds at Glass Park. Opener Abigail Thorley carried her bat for an unbeaten 58 but had precious little support, and her side were bowled out for 76, Jake Harris and Leo McConway-Gee each taking three wickets. Zully Shah was then unbeaten on 40 when the hosts passed their target in the 11th over. Simon Grindle took 4-7 in seven overs for Rockingham Colliery 3rds when they bowled Worsbrough Bridge out for 56 at Stainborough, a target that they passed in the 16th over for the loss of just one wicket. Almost certainly the shortest completed game in the League’s history took place at Clayfield Lane, where Norton Woodseats 2nds’ Taha Sjid (5-15) and Sheril Philip (4-13) bowled Elsecar 3rds out for 31 in 12 overs. Woodseats then required just 14 balls to score the required runs without loss of wicket. Monk Bretton 2nds were all out for 53 against Kexborough 2nds at Bence Lane, Thomas Green taking 4-25 for the hosts. In reply, the hosts were all out for 103, Kian Lindsay taking 4-12. 
 
Thorncliffe & Wentworth 2nds lead Division 9 by ten points after beating Dearne at Lound Side. Only Nick Petty (35) reached double figures for the visitors, whilst Oliver Moorhouse had figures of 6-3-4-3 for Thorncliffe. Skipper Hummad Younis then led his side to a five-wicket win in the 13th over with an unbeaten 41. Skipper Ian Couldwell (102) and Lewis Varley (62) put on 102 for Scholes & Harley 2nds’ first wicket against Fishlake 2nds at Pinfold Lane. Tom Wade then weighed in with an unbeaten 58 to help the visitors reach 236-5. Fishlake were soon 36-3 chasing their stiff target, but Jonathan Holmes (54*) and skipper Liam Coetzee (34*) dropped anchor with an unbroken stand of 108 for the fourth wicket and they closed on 144-3 in reply. Three wickets each for Isaac Wainwright and Josh Burrows helped Wath 3rds bowl Silkstone United 2nds out for 63 at Barnsley Road. Skipper Joe Dickinson was then unbeaten on 33 as the visitors reached their target for the loss of four wickets in the tenth over. Keeper Dennis White (42) and Simon White (50) put on 85 for Eden Grove Parklands 2nds’ second wicket against Brookhouse 2nds at Rose Lane, to help their side reach 161-6. Stuart Stubbins then took 5-38 as Brookhouse were bowled out for 118, opener Abdul Aziz top-scoring with 47. 
 
Sunday cup-ties 
 
Barnsley Woolley Miners enjoyed a fine eight-wicket win over York at Shaw Lane in the second round of the K3 Dental Cup. York were restricted to 138-8 in a game reduced to 32 overs a side after choosing to bat first, and the hosts passed their target for the loss of only two wickets in the 21st over. Kade Fletcher (72) and Amir Shahzad (54*) helped Cawthorne post 196-8 at home to Doncaster Town. In reply, the visitors were bowled out for 171, Danish Aziz taking 4-28, whilst skipper James Dobson top-scored for the visitors with 40. Kieran Lindley (63) helped Appleby Frodingham to 177 all out at Driffield, and Jack Forrester took 4-24 as the hosts were bowled out for 141 in reply. Tickhill restricted Harrogate to 167-7 at Alderson Drive, but the hosts were bowled out seven runs short in their reply. In a rearranged first round tie, an unbeaten 69 from Zak Jahangir helped Treeton to 216-7 away to Clifton Alliance, but the hosts cruised to a nine-wicket win in the 35th over in reply. 
 
Updated cup draw - quarter finals (14 July): 
Barnsley Woolley Miners v Cawthorne 
Wakefield Thornes or Whitley Hall v Castleford 
Scarborough v Appleby Frodingham 
Clifton Alliance or Sheffield Collegiate v Harrogate 
 
In the President’s Trophy, Rehan Mir took 4-12 to help Caribbean Sports bowl Wickersley Old Village 2nds out for 85 at the Common, and the hosts then cantered to an eight-wicket win. Cawthorne 2nds restricted Worsbrough Bridge to 170-7 at Dark Lane, James Kennedy making 61 for the visitors, before skipper Lewis Skelly (69) and Spencer Wiles (41) led the hosts to a four-wicket win. Will Platts (89) and Chris Halliday (46) helped Coal Aston 2nds to 200-8 against Sprotbrough 2nds at Stonelow, but an unbeaten 102 off 72 balls from skipper Thomas Langley led the visitors to a seven-wicket win. Skipper James Doran made 44 and Liam Stainthorpe 48 in Conisbrough 2nds’ 157 all out at home to Doncaster Town 3rds, for whom Oscar Jones took 3-16. Ewan Whittaker, with an unbeaten 50 off 45 balls, then led the visitors to a six-wicket win. Five bowlers shared the wickets as Rockingham Colliery 2nds bowled Frecheville Community out for 94 at Hoyland Common, and an unbeaten 44 from Joe Evans helped the hosts to an eight-wicket win in the 17th over. Half-centuries from Nick Gaywood and Shafiullah Shinwari helped Sheffield Collegiate 3rds to 252-7 against Stocksbridge at Abbeydale, then Shinwari and Rafy Sharpe took three wickets each as the visitors were bowled out for 71 in reply. James Brown took 5-24 to help Thorncliffe & Wentworth bowl Barnby Dun out for 174 at Lound Side, keeper Niall McCarthy top-scoring with an unbeaten 42 off 35 balls for the visitors. Darren Schofield then made 50 in Thorncliffe’s three-wicket win. Opener Ethan Shillito (44) helped Barnsley Woolley Miners 3rds to 144-8 at home to Wombwell Main, for whom Jonathan Scaife took 4-9. Skipper Thomas Goldsby-West contributed 44 when the visitors replied, but three wickets each from Rikki Sephton and Isaac Wilkes helped the hosts gain a 14-run win. 
 
Updated cup draw - quarter finals (7 July): 
Barnsley Woolley Miners 3 v Caribbean Sports 
Rockingham Colliery 2 v Sprotbrough 2 
Thorncliffe & Wentworth v Cawthorne 2 
Sheffield Collegiate 3 v Doncaster Town 3 
 
In the Billy Oates Memorial Cup, Ian Oliver top-scored with 64 in Thorpe Hesley & High Greens 2nds’ 161 all out, whilst Ian Davis took 3-18 for visitors Monk Bretton 2nds. There were then three wickets apiece for Rob Horne and Thomas Arnold as the visitors were bowled out for 134 in reply. Skipper Joe Dickinson made 60 in Wath 3rds 113-4 in a 25-over game against Penistone 2nds at Moor Road. Michael Brown’s unbeaten 50 then steered the visitors to a nine-wicket win. 
 
Updated cup draw - quarter finals (23 June): 
Stocksbridge 2 v Upper Haugh 3 
Penistone 2 v Thorpe Hesley & High Green 2 
Barnby Dun 2 v Wombwell Main 2 
Caribbean Sports 2 v Hallam 4 
 
 
Photo courtesy of John Hobson Photography 
 
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