No 10 batsman Stubbins hits 41 not out

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EDEN Grove crashed to a six-wicket Solly Sports South Yorkshire Alliance Division One defeat at home to Harley.

Put into bat, the Doncaster side made 157 all out with skipper Anthony Cator, who hit four fours, leading by example.

The Handsworth WMC seconds-Adwick-on-Dearne game was cancelled, both teams banking seven points.

Hampole & Skelbrooke bagged a 97-run win over Division Two visitors Grimethorpe MW seconds.

No 6 Steve Paish (40) and skipper Stuart Stubbins, batting at No 10 (41 not out) helped steer Hampole from 106-5 to 191-9 after they had elected to bat. Grimethorpe were 94 all out in reply. Michael McGuckin (4-21), Stubbins (3-10) and Steven Vickerage (3-29) did the damage with the ball. Harworth veteran Mike Davies (5-29) put the skids under Brookhouse 96 all out Shay Dunning also caught the eye with 4-19. Joyce (34) had earlier top-scored for Harworth in their 170 all out.

Andrew Stuart (56 not out) held the Hatfield Main innings of 148-9 together in their one-wicket Division Three win at Tinsley. Skipper Mel Bellamy had earlier hit seven fours in a knock of 36. Junior Adam Berriman bagged 6-13 and Jeff Dinsdale 3-28 when Tinsley replied,

Skipper Craig Taylor (50) was the only batsman in double figures as Parklands seconds were bowled out for 85 at Treeton thirds, No 6 Mike Trench (71) had earlier rescued the situation for Treeton after an early collapse inspired by Eric Hibbling (4-17) and Daryl Neville (3-40).

Telecom Sports seconds received a walkover when Adwick-le-Street seconds conceded the game. Adwick-on-Dearne seconds claimed a 30-run win over Brookhouse seconds in Division Four.

Put into bat, Adwick made 156-8 with opener Ian Bailey hitting six fours in a top-score 53. A 3-12 spell by junior Daniel Morton helped put the skids under Brookhouse (Parkin 26) in their reply of 126-9.

Eden Grove seconds conceded their home game against Denaby & Cadeby.