Lee is in fine form with the bat in Adwick win


ADWICK-on-Dearne posted a 28-run win over Solly Sports South Yorkshire Cricket Alliance Division One rivals Scholes.

Ian Couldwell (79 not out) and Rob Lee (87), provided the bulk of their 194-2. Scholes (Ian Lewis 69 not out) were 164-8 in reply.

Kilnhurst had no answer to a fine spell by Lee Barraclough (6-29) and a supporting 4-24 haul by Stephen Bows as they were bundled out for 57 by visiting Forgemasters, who knocked off the winning runs with the loss of just one wicket thanks to Steven Bell (33) and Bows (22 not out).

High Green (Iain MacDonald 48) defied Mark Glover (3-17) and Luke Shiel (3-23) to make a match-winning 131 at home to Wickersley, who made 104 (Russ Egggleston 23) in reply. Richard Taylor (4-22).

James Hague (83), John Dutton (29) and Steven Froggatt (26) helped Telecom make a match-winning 172. Hampole & Skelbrooke, for whom James Lawson took 5-49, and Steven Vickerage 3-22, were 152-9 in reply.

Vickerage (56) top-scored with Neil Cadman taking 4-23 and Steven Walton 3-17.

Telecom Sports 186-9 (Julian Makalanda 41 not out, Ashley Burgin 26), suffered a six-wicket Division Two defeat at home to Brookhouse, for whom Howard Larne (83) starred with the bat.

Shiregreen, who elected to bat, were bowled out for 129 by visiting Denaby & Cadeby.

John Webb took 4-21 for the Doncaster side with William Finney (69) leading their reply of 134-2

Whitley Hall 219-7 Paul Chatterton (102 not out) was the star of Whitley Hall’s match-winning 219-7 in their Division Three win over Division Three visitors Adwick-on-Dearne.

The Doncaster side (Martin Fisher 40, Andrew Foley 28) were 108-8 in return.

Brodsworth Main 179 (Michael Rogerson 40, Peter Gibson 36 not out, Ellis Robinson 28, andJonathan Gibson 27) defied a 4-35 haul by John Otter 4-35 to make 179 all out at home to Sheffield United, who had put them in. Harry Ashton (53), Stuart Bray (38) and P Ashton (31) shone with the bat for United (157) but a 4-29 haul by Ellis Robinson helped secure Main their first win of the season.

Handsworth 208 (Ashley Naseby 71, Muhammad Aziz 60), routed Scholes 32 (Ashley Bagshaw 4-2) by 176 runs.