Mulgrave look certainties for promotion into the Beckett League after they wrapped up convincing Derwent Valley League on Saturday, wins with their batsmen shining.
Division A leaders Mulgrave hammered rock-bottom Brompton 2nds by a massive 286 runs. Andrew Thompson smashed an unbeaten 104 as Mulgrave posted a huge 356/7.
Joe Hinchcliffe added 73, James Newton hit 51 and Chris Raine amassed 44.
Brompton were all out for just 70 in reply as Carl Woodward claimed 7-16.
Great Habton remain second after Robin Richardson’s 103 helped them past Whitby 3rds.
Habton were all out for 187 as Richardson dominated, before Will Curtis (4-31) and George Lumley (3-21) took over, helping see off the Whitby reply on 155.
Oriel suffered a surprise defeat against Fylingdales 2nds. Fylingdales were all out for 144, Paul Greenhough claiming 5-33.
But Oriel’s batsmen couldn’t capitalise as they were all out for just 121.
There was an exciting finish at Scalby, where their third team secured a last-over win against Ravenscar 2nds. Scalby veteran Phil Perry hit the single required with nine wickets down as Scalby crept to 158-9 after 4-27 from Abhishek Kumar had helped them restrict Ravenscar to 157.