Beresford 87 in Hampole win


ADWICK-le-Street were always on the ropes in their Solly Sports South Yorkshire Alliance Premier Division defeat at Kilnhurst.

Kilnhurst made 218-7 (David Plummer 76, Mark Traquair 43; Carl Newbold 4-48) and Adwick made 141 in reply (Liam Bishop 36, David Plum 3-17).

Parklands had no answer to Sohail Nawaz 3-18 and Zobair Khaliq 3-18, and were bowled out for 95 after electing to bat at home to Shiregreen, who made 96-4 in reply.

A top-score 68 by Dave Haywood steered Wath (105-4) to a six-wicket win at Harley who had been bowled out for 104 by Jack Whitlam 4-4 in six overs and Ricky Crompton 3-20, after they had elected to bat.

Darfield (Ian McDermott 24) posted a four-wicket win at Whiston Meths, who had struggled to make 108 all out (Mark Roebuck 3-22).

Wentworth 221-7 (Tim Whitley 94, Daniel Laister 66) beat visiting Scholes 188-7 (Alex Waslidge 75 and Paul Walker 35no) - Daniel Laister (3-34) by 33 runs in Division One.

Hampole & Skelbrooke, for whom long-serving Kev Beresford hit a top-score 87, made 192-7 after deciding to bat.

Gary Bridges 32 and Tim Whitehouse 32 provided the bulk of Kilnhurst’s reply of 80. Stuart Stubbins, who had earlier made an unbeaten 36, did the damage with a 6-13 haul.

Put into bat, Telecom Sports made 212 out with Steven Froggatt 44, Graham Bonner 41 and Matthew Oldfield 30 all contributing. John Ball 6-32 and John Birch 3-28 were the pick of the Caribbean attack.

In reply, Caribbean made a match-winning 215-8 with Andrew Jackson 59 and Derrick Carwin 53, leading the way.

A 6-17 haul by Jeff Dickin put the skids under Whiston Meths, who were all out for 59 after being put in by Division Two visitors Harworth, who then coasted to a winning reply of 60-3.

Wath made 201-5 after electing to bat on the back of good knocks by Gareth Roebuck 76, Jordan Watson 55 not out and Sam Thomas 30.

Brookhouse (Thomas Green 31, Jonathan Gorman 26) were bowled out for 129 in reply (Sam Whitlam 3-28, Harvey Wooton 3-8).

Denaby & Cadeby, for whom William Finney (46) top-scored, made a match-winning 124 at home to Doncaster rivals Hatfield Main. Andrew Moores 3-7, Melvyn Bellamy 3-36 and Adrian Westacott 3-21, all shone with the ball for Main.

Main had no answer to James Sherratt (7-26 in 6.4 overs) and were bundled out for 86 in reply.

Dean Sommerville (22) was the only Brodsworth Main batsman to make any impression as Matthew Brown took 6-24 haul for visiting Whitley Hall (Paul Catterton 54 no) in their nine-wicket Division Three win.