JAMES Reddish shone with bat and ball for Scalby B as they tied their midweek game at home to Wykeham B in division C.
Reddish claimed 3-13 as Wykeham posted 101-5, Jonathan Remmer top-scoring with 25 retired.
Harry Soper and Reddish both struck 25 retired as Scalby then matched Wykeham’s total of the loss of six wickets.
On Sunday, Wykeham B claimed their first win of the season, seeing off hosts Staxton by six wickets.
Ned Salvin snapped up 2-2 as the hosts were dimissed for 106.
Kingsley Gray smashed 28 retired for Staxton, with Jack Speight adding 25 retired.
Salvin then completed a fine personal display with 26 retired as Wykeham wrapped up the win, Lewis Eustace sealing the success.
Staxton had won their midweek game at home to Sherburn by nine wickets.
Gray took 2-8 and Leo Darke snapped up 2-9 as Sherburn were all out for 38.
Kyle Outhart’s 24 helped the home side to a comfortable win.
Sherburn also lost their Sunday morning fixture against an in-form Pickering B outfit.
The visitors batted first and amassed 94-7, Lewis Danby top-scoring with 23.
Liam Jack, 2-16, was the pick of the Sherburn attack.
Danby then snapped up 4-7 as Sherburn were bowled out for 28 runs, with good support from Josh Gorman (2-5) and Kieran Edmond claimed his first wicket in the under-15 section as Sherburn were 28 all out.
Pickering B took on Pickering C in what was expected to be a formality, however the young C team made life difficult for the older B team.
Batting first the B team struggled early on as John Lay (2-11) struck early with good support from Kieran Boyes.
At 26-4 Lewis Danby (25 retired) turned the innings around as they finished on 110-7.
The C team worked hard but kept losing wickets throughout the innings, Jonnie Bayes top scored with 15 as the C side ended 78 all out.
Beeford kept up their winning start to the campaign with victories at Sewerby B in midweek and at home to the young Pickering C team on Sunday.
George Crabtree struck 27 retired and Rowan Rhodes 25 retired as Beeford posted a solid 126-2.
In reply, Sewerby batsman John Searby hammered 25 retired, but keen bowling from Stephen Croft and Edward Wright, who snapped up two wickets apiece for the leaders.
Pickering C travelled to Beeford expecting the worst.
Beeford put Pickering into bat bowling them out for 45 off 16.2 overs with Charlie Wylie (3-10), Edward Wright (2-5) and Stephen Croft (2-7) in fine form.
However when it came to Beeford batting they found themselves in trouble at 28-5 with Josh Greaves (3-20) and Jonnie Bayes (2-11) bowling with great accuracy.
Beeford eventually got home with the loss of five wickets.
Hunmanby boosted their promotion chances with a 67-run win at home to Cloughton B.
Stephen Hill and Zack Briggs both smashed 28 retired as the Sands Lane club posted 111-7.
Briggs also led the way with the ball, taking three wickets for 15 runs as Cloughton scored 44-9 from their 20 overs.