Divisions 1-4 
 
by Sam Chadwick & Tom Pratt 
 
Division 1 
 
Not a single game was completed in Division One with Shiregreen v Upper Haugh and South Kirkby Colliery v Whitley Hall 2nds being called off without a ball bowled. There was enough time however for Jonathan Parkin of Darfield to score an impressive 64 off 40 balls with Jonathan Sanders taking 4-44 for Green Moor in the only match to make it to the second innings. 
 
Aston Hall 2nds v Rotherham Town 
Aston Hall 2 64-5 (22) 
Rotherham T did not bat 
Aston Hall 2nds & Rotherham Town – match abandoned (3pts each) 
 
Darfield v Green Moor 
Darfield 166-8 (30) Jonathan Parkin 64, Jonathan Sanders 4-44 
Green Moor 42-1 (6.3) 
Darfield & Green Moor – match abandoned (3pts each) 
 
Treeton 2nds v Sheffield United 
Sheffield U 40-1 (12) 
Treeton 2 did not bat 
Treeton 2nds & Sheffield United – match abandoned (3pts each) 
 
Wakefield Thornes 2nds v Hallam 2nds 
Wakefield Thornes 2 23-2 (10.1) 
Hallam 2 did not bat 
Wakefield Thornes 2nds & Hallam 2nds – match abandoned (3pts each) 
 
Shiregreen v Upper Haugh and South Kirkby Colliery v Whitley Hall 2nds – matches abandoned without a ball bowled (3pts each) 
 
Division 2 
 
Not one completed game in Division 2 means the standings stay the same after week 5. Each team took three points away from their fixtures. Doncaster 2nds and Monk Bretton share top spot on 33 points. Norton Woodseats and Norton Oakes make up the bottom two. 
 
Elsecar 2nds v Frecheville Community 
 
Only 15 overs were possible between the two teams with Elsecar coming off the field at 63-5 after 15 overs before rain intervened. Matthew Tonks was the only standout for the hosts hitting 28. Adam Buckle took 3-21, whilst Neil Ramsden took 2-12 before the game was abandoned. 
 
Elsecar 2 63-5 (15.1) Adam Buckle 3-21 
Frecheville C did not bat 
Elsecar 2nds & Frecheville Community – match abandoned (3pts each) 
 
Monk Bretton v Thorpe Hesley & High Green 
 
This rain-affected fixture played out 42 overs in which Thorpe Helsey & High Green were bowled out for 92. Craig Heppenstall (6-31) and Ryan Howarth (3-28) the standout bowlers for Monk Bretton. In their response, Lewis Skelly hit 22 before rain hit and finished their innings early for 35-1 after 7 overs. Each side took 3 points from the fixture. 
 
Thorpe Hesley & High Green 92 (35.3) Craig Heppenstall 6-34, Ryan Howarth 3-28 
Monk Bretton 35-1 (7.1) 
Monk Bretton v Thorpe Hesley & High Green - match abandoned (3pts each) 
 
Norton Oakes v Norton Woodseats 
Norton Woodseats 1-1 (1.1) 
Norton Oakes did not bat 
Norton Oakes & Norton Woodseats – match abandoned (3pts each) 
 
Thorncliffe v Coal Aston,  Wickersley Old Village 2nds v Sheffield Collegiate 3rds and Worsbrough Bridge v Doncaster Town 2nds matches abandoned without a ball bowled (3pts each) 
 
Division 3 
 
Only one innings took place in Division 3 as three points were shared up and down the division once again. Whiston Parish Church 2nds made it to 43-6 from 23 overs in the only action. Tim Braithwaite of Sprotbrough 2nds took all 6 wickets for 19 runs in the wet weather. 
 
Whiston Parish Church 2nds v Sprotbrough 2nds 
Whiston PC 2 43-6 (23) Tim Braithwaite 6-19 
Sprotbrough 2 did not bat 
Whiston Parish Church 2nds & Sprotbrough 2nds – match abandoned (3pts each) 
 
Barnsley Woolley Miners 3rds v Oughtibridge War Memorial 2ndsKexborough v Tickhill 2ndsPenistone v Maltby Miners WelfareRockingham Colliery 2nds v Wath 2nds and Silkstone United v Caribbean Sports Clubmatches abandoned without a ball bowled (3pts each) 
 
Division 4 
 
Higham v Bradfield Village Fellowship 
 
After being sent into bat, Higham openers Andrew Wood and Richard Heeley set a platform of 79 with Wood (who is leading run scorer in the division with 244 runs) hitting 75 and Heeley 39. Middle order contributions from George Deegan 25 off 11 balls and 18 not out from Rikki Sephton took the Higham total to a solid 173-5 after 30 overs. Bradfield Village Fellowship hit 44 for the loss of one wicket before rain halted proceedings. Jonathan Balfour hit 21 off 11 for the visiting team. 
 
Higham 173-5 (30) Andrew Wood 75, Richard Heeley 39 
Bradfield VF 44-1 (8) 
Higham & Bradfield Village Fellowship – match abandoned (3pts each) 
 
Adwick-le-Street v Hallam 3rds, Cawthorne 2nds v Hampole & Skelbrooke, Millhouses Works v Mexborough Athletic, Sheffield Collegiate 4ths v Barnsley Woolley Miners 4ths – matches abandoned without a ball bowled (3pts each) 
 
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