Quickfire ton makes Alex talk of Town

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A HARD-hitting century by Alex Gosney laid the foundations for Doncaster Town’s 41-run Doncaster Infirmary Evening League Division One win at Conisbrough.

Gosney hit 107 off just 52 deliveries. He received good support from Amit Kundra (53 not out) and Jonathan Redfearn (50 not out), as Town made 235-2.

Liam Stainthorpe (92) and Nathan Smith (37) starred in the hosts’ reply of 194-5.

Hatfield Nomads conceded their game at Peglers.

Brodsworth beat visitors Fenwick by five wickets in Division Two. Seasoned campaigner Denis White (26) was the mainstay of the Fenwick innings of 67. Veteran Mick Cassinelli took 4-9 and Warren (3-11). Simpson (29) and Kellock (16 not out) steered Brodsworth to victory. Steve Vickerage took 3-17.

Barnby Dun beat Yorkshire Main by five wickets. Main made 110-8 - Andy Warren (33) and Lumley (22) leading the way. Phil Decent (3-13) in three overs, and Barry Smith (3-19) in four overs, shared the bowling honours.

Ian Leach (29) and Lee McMahon (25) helped lay the foundations for Dun’s winning reply of 114-5.

Adwick-le-Street romped to a nine-wicket win over Hatfield Open. Richard O’Gram hit a fine 68 for the home side in their 119-6. Chris Jeeves bagged 4-7 and junior Luke Bishop (2-22)

Luke Bishop (52 not out) and Colin Bishop (38) led the Adwick reply.

Bentley Colliery beat the visiting Sykehouse in Divison Three. Phil Townsend (56 not out) was the mainstay of Sykehouse’s 83-6. Smith (2-11) and Eddie Wilburn (2-11) shared four of the wickets to fall. An unbeaten 61 by Pete Butterworth was the highlight of Colliery’s reply of 85-1.

An unbeaten opening partnership of 112 between Alwyn Dyke (41 not out) and Ady Coates (41 not out) laid the foundations for Marr’s ten-wicket win over Hatfield Main. Neil Purvis (33), Darren Freebury (26 not out) and Andy Moores (20) had all featured earlier in Main’s 111-4.

Straco’s 110 all out owed much to Russ Donald’s 41. Bonsor (3-8) was the pick of the Parklands’ bowlers.

Alan Platt (56) and Davis (37) both impressed with the bat in Parklands’ reply of 112-5. Ray Dunning took 3-9.