BECKETT LEAGUE: Charlie Allott hammers unbeaten 129 as Nawton Grange beat Great Habton

Charlie Allott hammered seven sixes and 15 fours in his unbeaten 129 from 88 balls as Nawton Grange beat Great Habton by 90 runs in Zone Two of the Premier Division.

Monday, 27th July 2020, 3:08 pm
Updated Monday, 27th July 2020, 3:12 pm
Charlie Allott smashed 15 fours and seven sixes in his unbeaten 129 for Nawton Grange

Allott’s stunning knock helped Grange post 202-9 before Habton were 112 as Nick Thornicroft and Joe Judge bagged three wickets each.

John Lumley hit 37 and Doug Bentley 32.

Wykeham bagged a six-wicket win over Settrington.

Settrington were all out for just 80, Matthew Vincent taking 4-23 before James Bryant remained unbeaten on 34 to help them to the win.

A stunning century from Brad Lewis helped steer Staithes to a thumping 106-run win against Thornton Dale.

Staithes made 224-7 from 30 overs before Dale were finished on 118-8, Gareth Hunt hitting 48 as Dan Belsham bagged three wickets.

Ebberston were victors by six wickets in their meeting against Heslerton.

Heslerton were all out for 123 before the hosts made it safely to 127-4.

Scarborough bounced back from their opening day defeat against Filey with a crushing 199-run victory over Staxton in Zone One.

The hosts batted first and knocks from Nick Zakrzewski (77), Pat Roberts (63 not out) and Sam Carver (47) helped them to 252-3 from 30 overs.

Staxton were then blown away for just 53 as only two batsmen made double figures, Hayden Williamson bagging 3-8.

Champions Filey bagged victory at home against Scalby despite being bowled out for just 107.

Scalby won the toss and bowled first, with Filey struggling to get going as Joe Hills and Aidan Thomas took three wickets apiece, Nathan Robson making a patient 37.

However, the visitors then collapsed to 81 all out despite Gregor Fraser’s 27 not out and 28 from Hills as Josh Dawson and Tom Watson bagged three wickets each.

Bridlington 2nds bagged a 45-run win against Flixton 2nds.

Flixton looked in the driving seat after restricting Brid to 132-8, Tom McMeeken hitting 26 not out, but they were all out for just 87 in reply, McMeeken and Carl Parkin bagging two wickets apiece.