Kundra’s 73 is talk of the Town after big score

Big hitter: Paul Hemmingway during his 115 for Conisbrough                            Pictures: Steve Taylor
Big hitter: Paul Hemmingway during his 115 for Conisbrough Pictures: Steve Taylor
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AN unbeaten sixth-wicket stand between Amit Kundra (73 not out) and Luke Townsend (26 not out) secured Doncaster Town a five-wicket Doncaster Evening Infirmary League Division One win at Rossington.

Stewart Groves (34) was top score in Rossington’s 126-8. James Dobson 3-24, Kundra 2-9 and Alex Gosney 2-17, shared out the wickets. Ashley Knowles took 2-20 when Town replied.

Paul Luke  added 24.

Paul Luke added 24.

Hatfield Nomads slumped to a 79-run defeat at home to Conisbrough.

Conisbrough’s match-winning 199-5 owed much to a superb 115 by Paul Hemmingway. Nathan Lovell 36 and Paul Luke 24 both chipped in with supporting knocks. Karl Buxton took 2-27.

Darren Johnson 69 and Craig Pattison 29 contributed the bulk of Nomads’ 120-4.

An unbeaten 37 by Jeff Morton helped steer Fenwick (94-5) to a five-wicket Division Two win over Hatfield Open.

Dale Carrick 3-11 and Morton 3-10 had earlier combined to put the skids under Hatfield in their knock of 92-9.

Brodsworth posted a 39-run win at Yorkshire Main. An unbeaten 88 by Alec Elliott, and a supporting 46 by Scott Hibbett, helped Brodsworth defy a 4-33 haul by Scott Sykes to make 166-6.

Main were 127-8 in reply - Lugg 28 and Hodgetts 32 sharing the batting honours. Cotterill 2-14 was the pick of the Brodsworth bowlers.

Barnby Dun and visiting Adwick-le-Street featured in a tied game. Adwick made 118-5, Jay Horne taking 2-26, with the home side (Steve Barnes 36) making 118-6.

Hatfield Main collected a 38-run Division Three win at Sykehouse. Main made 127-6 with Marsh 23 not out, Purvis 28 and Adam Westacott 25 proving the majority of the runs. Phil Townsend took 2-24. Junior Liam Shaw took two stunning catches.

Townsend 47 was the pick of the Sykehouse batsmen in their reply of 89-7. Andy Stuart took 3-3 in three overs.

Bentley Colliery dug in for a 33-run win at Parklands. An unbeaten fifth-wicket stand between Clark 85 not out and Stephens 25 not out, laid the foundations for Colliery’s 140-4. Nigel Knowles took all four wickets to fall at a cost of 15 runs.

Knowles 28 not out, also starred with the bat, along with Lee Cullingworth 23, in Parklands knock of 107 all out. Ed Wilburn bagged 4-11.

An unbeaten first wicket stand of 186 by openers Alwyn Dyke 106 not out, and Ady Coates 58 not out, helped set-up Marr’s 32-run win over Straco Recruitment.

The home side, well served by McCombe 55 not out and Wheeldon 31, were 154-8 in reply . Coates took 3-26 and Gill 2-24.