JAKE Dudding led the way with 47no as his Cloughton side beat Staxton in division A by 48 runs.
Cloughton batted first and posted 162-3, number four Dudding being joined in the run-making department by Gary Pickup, 39, and the impressive Chris Mann, 49no.
Staxton were then dismissed for 114, Cloughton’s medium-pace bowler Jack Hakings snapping up 3-25.
Second-placed Ebberston kept the pressure up on league leaders Flixton with an eight wicket victory over Filey.
Filey scored 105-9, Kristian Johnson, 32no, doing well while Damian Readman took 3-18 for Ebberston.
Ebberston reached their target for the loss of just the two wickets , Matty Turnbull hitting 46no.
Neil Elvidge hit a very useful 60 and Andy Wardell 31no when Flixton got the better of Cayton by 76 runs.
Flixton posted 153-6, Paul Woodhead taking 3-25 for Cayton.
Cayton then managed 77-5, which was well short of the target.
Scalby claimed a narrow 10-run win at Seamer.
Paul Marton was among the runs for Scalby with 26 as they posted 128-6.
Seamer then scored 118-5 falling short, with Craig Baker top scoring for them with 30no.
Division B table-toppers Wykeham picked up a five-wicket victory against Hospitals.
Hospitals went in to bat first and made 95-6, big-hitter Phil Stewart scoring an aggressive 42 while Tom Bruce picked up 3-10 for Wykeham.
Wykeham made it home with Tom Bruce, 27, and his brother James, 28, leading the victory charge.
Damon Gormley, 55, and Dave Morris, 54no, were on form with the bat as Forge Valley defeated Brompton by 33 runs.
Valley scored 147-3 before Brompton managed 114-8 with Ben Lockey, 56, doing his best to win it for Brompton.
Dan Simpson, 36, and Phil Pickard, 38, were the top men for high-flying Sherburn as they saw off the challenge of Seamer B by 43 runs.
Sherburn managed 142-5 before Seamer scored 99-8.
Dan Williamson led the way with 63no as he helped Staxton B to a nine wicket victory at home to Hunmanby.
Hunmanby posted 107-9, Gary Wardell top scoring for them with 29.
Staxton made it home with just the one-wicket lost, Williamson well supported by Craig Hill who hit 30.