DONCASTER Town took over top spot in the All Saints Indoor League with an emphatic victory over defending champions Rossington Main.
Town totalled a massive 164 for 2. Leading run-maker James Dobson continued his fine season with a confident 48 not out and he received good support from Ryan Capstick (29) and brothers Amit (27) and Mindy Kundra (26).
Even for the defending champions, Doncaster’s tally was a tall order and they never managed to come to terms with it.
Jack Eusman top-scored with 20 as Amit Kundra rounding off a personal performance claiming 2 for 10. Town’s next match could be the title decider when they come up against Hatfield Town.
After a poor run of results Askern Welfare got back to winning ways with victory over Parklands.
Parklands duo Graham Langford and Mark Duncombe, who both made 26, combined to post a challenging 90 for 3 for their opponents to chase after good bowling from Ellis Meek, 2 for 12.
Askern’s openers Jeff Morton (20) and Andrew Lunn (21) gave them a good start and a mid-innings wobble was soon averted thanks to veteran Vic Morton, whose composed 27 saw them home.
Hatfield Main moved up the table by one place following their latest victory. Andrew Finley made 20 on his return from injury and that was the highlight of the very young Warmsworth side’s disappointing 61-3.
Andrew Stuart’s patient innings of 22 ensured that his side reached their target with ease and confined Warmsworth to the foot of the table.
Barnby Dun conceded their match with Maltby MW.