Heslerton remain in pole position in the AndyHire Evening League Division One table after a six-run win at home to defending champions Filey on Tuesday.
Jordan Powell gave the visitors a chance with superb figures of 4-7 as Heslerton were restricted to 130-9, Kristian Wilkinson hitting 33 and Toby Sercombe 27.
Tom Fitzgerald’s 40 gave Filey hope of chasing down the total, but Tom Bumby’s 3-20 helped peg them back to 124-6.
Staxton are still level on points with Heslerton after their 45-run win at Ganton.
The visitors only made 91-7, but second-from-bottom Ganton limped to 46-8, spinner Linden Gray taking 4-3.
Seamer v Flixton and Ebberston’s game at home to lowly Cayton were rained off.
Wykeham boosted their Division B title bid with a 10-wicket win at promotion rivals Flixton B.
Will Hutchinson (35) and Carl Sample (31no) helped Flixton to 96-6, but Ezra Pashby (50no) and Jack Holt (44no) sealed the win.
Cloughton moved into second thanks to a 10-wicket win at Cayton B.
Ben Rowe took 3-7 as Cayton were skittled for 65 and Mark Pryce’s unbeaten 44 steered them home.
Scarborough hung on for a one-run win at Forge Valley.
Adam Eustace smashed 71 as the visitors made 150-4.
Stephen Boyes (51) and Christian Reddish (42) looked to be steering Valley to a win, but fine bowling from Glynn Botterill (3-38) restricted them to 149-7.
Sherburn now look almost certain to stay up after a 29-run win at home to Scalby.
Jamie Thomson hit 35 and Daley Wharton 26 as Sherburn made 111-6, Paul Hesp bagging an impressive 3-13.
Brett Cunningham hit 31 as Scalby made 82-4 in reply.
Division C leaders Brompton coasted to an eight-wicket win at Staxton B.
G Hodgson’s 52no steered Brompton past Staxton’s 101-8, including James Armstrong’s 38 and 30 from Dave Aldcroft.
Seamer B remain in second spot after their 49-run win at Wykeham B.
Matty Walters took 4-23 as the hosts made 73-7 in reply to Seamer’s 122-6, Lewis Eustace having taken 3-42.
Joe Dunnett’s 88 helped Ebberston B stay in the promotion race with a 42-run win at Muston.
The visitors batted first and made 140-4 thanks to Dunnett’s superb knock.
In reply Kyle Orange hit 41 and Max Truleove 33 as Muston made it to 98-8, George Hardie taking 3-24.
Snainton beat Forge Valley B by four wickets, despite the visitors’ Dan Taylor taking 5-32.
Sean Pinder hit 46 and Carl Jackson 33 as Valley made 103-5, and though Taylor tried his best to limit Snainton, Mike Eyre’s 46 helped them home.
Scalby B v Ravenscar was rained off after six overs.