BECKETT LEAGUE: King stars as Ebberston 2nds ease past Thornton Dale

Glaisdale continue to top the Division A table after a 53-run win over Scalby 2nds.

Monday, 10th August 2020, 5:24 pm
Updated Monday, 10th August 2020, 5:28 pm
A Snainton batsman is dismissed. Picture by Will Palmer / More images available via www.will-palmer.co.uk

Sam Spenceley’s 44 and 33 from Alex Livie helped Glaisdale to 131-7 before Scalby were all out for just 78, Tom Glasby taking 4-23 and Jack Allanson 3-12.

Charlie Parker’s knock of 74 proved the difference as Grosmont beat Ravenscar.

Parker helped Grosmont to 134-9, Hayden Williamson taking 6-32 and John Nelson 2-24 before Ravenscar were all out for just 75.

Fylingdales conceded their match against Ganton.

Ebberston 2nds bagged a huge 173-run win against Thornton Dale 2nds in Division B.

The hosts posted 229-4, George Hardie making 63, Jonty Gillingham 43 and Jordan Welford 32 and then Jon King did the damage with the ball as he took six wickets for just three runs as Dale were all out for just 56.

Snainton beat Great Habton 2nds by 15 runs.

Michael Kipling contributed 43 and Joe Barker 42 in Snainton’s 158-6 before Habton were restricted to 143-7.

Nawton Grange 2nds won by 23 runs against Malton & Old Malton 3rds.

They were indebted to Terry Ellis’ 64 not out in their 134-9, Alex Biles taking 3-32 before Sam Degazon took 5-21 and Daniel Otterburn-Smith 4-23 as Malton fell to 111 all out despite Biles’ 41 and 34 from Josh Wilford.

Luke Dixon was the matchwinner for Flamborough as they won their derby encounter against Bridlington 3rds in Division C by 16 runs.

Dixon’s 77 and 55 from Mark Abram helped Flamborough to 159-9, Gary orrell taking 4-12 and Carl Parkin 3-47.

Despite opener Greg Miller making 56 and Orrell’s 36, Brid were then restricted to 159-9, Joshua Garbutt taking three wickets and Joshua Harvey two.

Knocks of 55 from Rob Bradley and Freddie Lockwood helped Ganton 2nds to a comfortable 76 run victory against Wykeham 3rds.

Patrick Philpott also added 40 with the bat in Ganton’s 195-4.

Charlie Revis made 29 in Wykeham’s reply, but it wasn’t enough as they were dismissed for 119, Rob Bradley taking 3-16, Lockwood bagging 2-23 and Mark Holtby chipped in with 2-29.

Scalby 3rds conceded their game at Scarborough Rugby Club.