Robinson and Garrigan help Fishlake break duck

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BARNBY Dun’s Pontefract and District League Division Two promotion hopes were dented as they slipped to their second successive home defeat against Wombwell Main.

Scott Walker (2-11) restricted Wombwell to 153-7 but the Doncaster side managed only 96 in reply, despite Dave Barrett’s half-century

All-rounder Callum Honeyman was in top form as Sprotbrough maintained their challenge by beating Hatfield Town.

Honeyman snapped up 3-19 from seven overs and Dave Carr claimed 2-18 from 14 to limit Hatfield to 114-9, which included 34 by Nick Page.

In reply, Honeyman (59no) and Adam Kaye (39) put on 77 as Sprotbrough coasted to an eight-wicket win.

Thorne Colliery’s three-match winning run ended in Division Three when they narrowly lost to promotion rivals Hensall.

Mazhar Mir’s 45 was in vain as Thorne fell for 140 after Carl Walton (5-41) had bowled out Hensall for 146.

In Division Four, lowly Fishlake A collected maximum points for the first time this season by beating promotion-chasers Peglers.

Michael Robinson (44) guided Fishlake to 118 and Anthony Garrigan bagged 4-24 as Peglers were toppled for 108 in reply. Their scoring was led by Gulraz Rehman (43).

Ricky Grange hammered an unbeaten century as Sprotbrough A eased their Division Five relegation worries by overhauling high-flying Notton’s 151-6 with four wickets to spare.

Hatfield A beat Fairburn by 55 runs in Division Six but Fenwick’s Division Seven promotion bid suffered a setback as they lost at Yorkshire Main A.

There was no play in Saturday’s first-team matches involving Fishlake, Askern, Thurnscoe, Sykehouse, Bentley Colliery, Bullcroft Main and Brodsworth Main.

Fishlake reached the Dyson-Skidmore Trophy quarterfinals by beating Sprotbrough by 58 runs in Sunday’s second round tie.

Mark Davies (54) and Charlie Metcalfe (25) led Fishlake to 141-8 and Tom Webster grabbed 3-18 as Sprotbrough were routed for 83.

Mike Threapleton (3-15) and Ben Lyons (27no) were Sprotbrough’s best performers.

Bentley Colliery bowed out of the Farmery Florist Trophy when they were skittled for 47 in a nine-wicket defeat at Sandal.