FILEY 2nds and Sewerby 4ths were all tied up in a thrilling encounter.
Sewerby took to the crease first and they made their way to 159-5. Dominic Warters (30) and Matthew Keyworth (28no) scored the runs, while Lee Plant (3-51) took most of the wickets to fall.
Dave Brannan’s 34, Lee Plant’s 26 and Aaron Howard’s 35 pushed Filey forward, but Simon Porter’s 6-52 gave Sewerby a path to victory.
Filey were left needing a run for victory, but they lost their last wicket to tie things up.
Kirkbymoorside 2nds hit bowling form as they beat Hunmanby 2nds by nine wickets.
Hunmanby struggled to get going as Howard Mudd’s 5-9 and Tom Jefferson’s 5-23 saw them off for just 64.
Ryan Rivis was the key man in the reply as he played his way to a match-winning 26.
Veteran Colin Pickering rolled back the years as Thornton Dale 3rds beat Forge Valley 4ths by three wickets.
John Ellis’ 4-16 and Pickering’s 3-23 ended Valley’s batting stint on 65.
Colin then went on to top-score in a stuttering reply with 28.
Cayton 3rds picked up a 39-run victory in their game against Wold Newton 2nds.
James Brown got Cayton off to a solid start with 39 and this score was backed up by 89 from Danny Wilson. Newton bowler Paul Brignall’s 6-45 kept the Cayton batsmen in check.
An unbeaten 84 from Kirk Lister gave Newton hope, but their push dropped short.
There was a comfortable success for Wykeham 3rds as they bagged a nine-wicket win against Ganton 2nds.
Jay McLaren scored almost half of Ganton’s runs with 26 as they stammered to 53 all out.
It didn’t take long for these runs to be knocked off as Matthew Remmer remained unbeaten on 26.
Ravenscar 2nds saw off Muston 2nds by three wickets.
Midhun Singh was the top-scorer in the Muston innings of 159 with 58, but Denis Atkinson’s 51 allowed Ravenscar to push to the win.
This was despite spells of 3-67 from Balou Matthew and 3-52 from Dave Parkinson.