CONISBROUGH eased their Barnsley & District League Division One relegation fears with a five-point win in a thrilling contest at Wath.
Conisbrough made 294-7 with Daniel Ward hitting a superb 116 - Craig Jackson (77) supplying good support.
Wath, who were 294-7 in reply, also had a centurion - Jonny Hayes hitting 117 (Craig Jackson 2-28, Simon Kay 2-34).
Sprobrough hammered another nail into Barnby Dun’s Division Two relegation coffin when claiming only their third win of the season.
Sprotbrough made 213-7 with Adam Kaye (78), Phil Wood (43), Tom Kaye (32) and. Beattie (31) all contributing. Adam Berriman took 3-40.
Dun were dismissed for 179 James Copley (70) and Bradley Reeves (61) providing most of the runs (Alex Tate 3-27, Lindsay Graves 3-44).
Second-placed Brodsworth Main - Alec Elliott (51 not out) and, Jon Robinson (22 not out) - beat Higham (78 all out) by nine wickets. William Drury took 3-25 and Simon Oldham 3-39.
Division Three leaders Fishlake 237-5 (Kevin Pearson 85, Josh Mason 36, Andy Teasdale 30, Josh Denby 30 not out, had to settle for a four-point winning draw at home to Upper Haugh (194-8). Mason took 3-19).
Third-placed Tickhill 206-7 (Dave Spencer 70, Will Harrison 43, Steve Wibberley 42 not out) recorded a five-point win at West Bretton 203-5 (Allen 2-33, Lee 2-63).