Vickerage hits 86 as Hampole seal 14-run success

Victory push: Hatfield Main's Andrew Stuart on his way to 27 against Parklands.              Picture: Steve Taylor
Victory push: Hatfield Main's Andrew Stuart on his way to 27 against Parklands. Picture: Steve Taylor
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EDEN Grove posted a 43-run Solly Sports South Yorkshire Alliance Division One win over Darfield seconds.

Grove made 176 all out after being put into bat with Craig Bond (47) and Russ Donald (23) leading the way. Ashley Grace took 4-23 in Darfield’s reply of 133 all out.

Adwick-on-Dearne (188-7) fell just of Harley’s 199-3, despite the efforts of opener Paul Jordan (48), No 3 Rob Lee (53) and No 5 David Burrows (29).

Hampole & Skelbrooke put home advantage to good use when beating Brookhouse by 14 runs.

Put into bat, the Doncaster side made a useful 225-9 with No 4 Steven Vickerage (86) leading the way. Both opener Tim Wright (30) and junior Alex Beresford (32) weighed in with supporting knocks.

Opener Alex Muntus (76) led the Brookhouse reply of 211-8. Darren Lovett and Kevin Beresford both took 2-29.

Harworth Colliery came away from Grimethorpe seconds with a 61-run win.

Put in by Grimethorpe, Harworth made 189 all out with No 3 Chris Robinson, who hit six fours and a six in his 53, leading the way.

A 4-23 spell by Nishan Senanyake helped restrict the home side to 128-8 in reply.

Hatfield Main firsts beat Parkland seconds by 72 runs in Division Three.

Only junior opener Cory Deere, whose 56 contained eight fours and a six, made much impact on the Main attack, well led by Mel Bellamy (5-14), as the home side were bowled out for 103.

Main had earlier made 175 all out after being put in with No 4 Andrew Moores (46), No 4 Andrew Stuart (27) and No 6 Darren Freebury (30) being the main contributors.

Adwick-on-Dearne seconds pipped Brodsworth Main thirds by seven runs in their Division Four clash.

The highlight of Adwick’s 153-5 was an unbeaten sixth-wicket stand between No 5 Martin Fisher (56 not out) and No 7 Ian Bailey (38 not out). Michael Rogerson jnr took 2-46.

Opener John King (52) led the Main reply of 146 all out with junior Oliver Challen chipping in with 22.

Eden Grove seconds beat visiting Sheffield United fourths by three wickets.

Grove’s decision to put United in paid dividends as a 4-2 spell by junior Umar Ali had the visitors back in the pavilion with just 113 runs on the board.

Junior opener Nazarqat Ali (44), skipper Melvyn Bond (21) and Jack Duffield (19 not out) helped steer Grove to victory in the 36th over.

Denaby & Cadeby romped to a resounding eight-wicket win over Forgemasters seconds.

Finney (71 not out) and Hough (38) helped the visitors make easy work of overhauling the Sheffield club’s 145 all out.