PEGLERS and Conisbrough tied their first round Doncaster Infirmary Evening League Senior Cup tie, the Doncaster side going through because they lost fewest wickets.
Peglers made 130-5 with Ross Adamson (61) and Dean Williamson (28 not out), leading the way. Olly Jackson took 2-22. Mick Lovell (23) was Conisbrough’s top batsmen in their 130-9. Matt Smethurst (4-30) and Ashley Langdale (3-18) did the damage.
Fenwick went through with a four-wicket win over Hatfield Open.
Steve Vickerage (65 not out) O’Neil Bucknan (28) led the way in Fenwick’s reply of 128-6.
Dale Carrick (3-31) had earlier helped restrict Hatfield to 124-6.
Hatfield Nomads collected a seven-run win at Brodsworth.
Karl Buxton (39), Aaron Haycock (22) and Wayne Sylvester (20) were the mainstays of Nomads’ 131-8. Matt Vickerage (3-9) and Michael Burns (3-28) shared the bowling honours.
Michael Rogerson jun (42) and Dave Smith (19) were the pick of Brodsworth’s reply of 124-7.
Barnby Dun posted a 28-run win at Hatfield Main in their Supplementary Cup first round tie.
Batting first, the visitors made 132-4 with Lewis McMahon (65 not out) and Scott Rich (31) providing the bulk of their runs.
Andrew Stuart (41) and Andrew Moores (16) featured in Main’s reply of 104-6.
Marr handed Parklands a 32-run defeat.
A superb 104 by Alwyn Dyke was the highlight of Marr’s 155-2.
Reg Strawbridge (31) and Alan Platt (24) shared the batting honours in Parklands’ reply of 123-7.
Ady Parkin-Coates took 3-22.
Straco Recruitment suffered an 18-run defeat against Bentley Colliery.
Batting first, Colliery made 145-7 with Steve Ashworth jun (48), Mick King (30) and Martin Brown (27) all catching the eye.
Ray Dunning bagged 4-27 and Lee Chipsmith held three catches.
Ray Dunning (40) and Lee Chipsmith (21) were the pick of the Straco batsmen in their 127-9. Martin Brown took 3-20, Paul Taylor 2-13 and Steve Ashworth 2-23. Yorkshire Main beat Adwick-le-Street by eight wickets.
Chris Jeeves 46, Colin Bishop 20 and M. Eades 20 provided the bulk of the Adwick le-Street tally of 115-7. Sam Read 2-13 and Alan Rouane 2-28 shared four of the wickets to fall.
Andy Warren 36 not and Martin Spaven 35 not out, came together in an unbeaten third-wicket stand in Main’s reply. Alistair Dawson had earlier made 26.