Fairburn booked a home tie against Hemsworth in the Pontefract League Dyson-Skidmore Trophy quarterfinals on July 6 by scraping a one-wicket win at Barnby Dun on Sunday.
Adam Williamson claimed five wickets and Ian Jones and James Clegg and Ian Jones struck half-centuries for Fairburn who overhauled Barnby’s score of 205 with just two balls remaining.
Richard Locke (62) and Lee Perks (46) guided Hemsworth to 201-7 at Hatfield who were toppled for 87 by James Gorton (5-13).
Holders Streethouse visit Fishlake in the quarter-finals after defeating beating Monk Bretton by seven wickets.
Jonathan Hughes (74no), Gary Rhodes (23no), Ismail Patel (4-26) and Scott Bland (2-18) shone for Streethouse.
Monk Bretton managed only 122-9 and Streethouse comfortably knocked off the runs in 21.5 overs.
Fishlake coasted to a nine-wicket victory at Division Two strugglers Whitley Bridge who were limited to 109-7.
Featherstone were knocked out in the second round by West Bretton in a clash of Division Two’s top two teams.
David Hoyle smashed an unbeaten 93 as West Bretton raced to 235-5 which also included 36 by Tom Atkinson and 32 from Tony Rushforth.
In reply, Featherstone were bowled out for 151 despite Ryan Armitage’s 42 and Jamie Robinson’s 38. West Bretton’s left-arm paceman Chris Degnan had figures of 3-6.
West Bretton have a home quarter-final against Stainborough or Sandal whose clash has been re-arranged for this Sunday.
South Kirkby reached the quarter-finals after switching their home tie against Allerton Bywater to their opponents’ ground because their own pitch was flooded.
Stephen Secker (28), Jake Rimmington (25) and Mark Walker (24no) were the chief contributors to Kirkby’s total of 139. In reply, Allerton struggled to 57-4 with over half their overs gone before there was a break for rain.
They then collapsed to 83 all out after four of their batsmen were run out. Kirkby’s Nicky Crooks captured 3-11, Adam Rollin 2-7 and Max Heritage 1-15. South Kirkby host Wombwell Main in the quarter-finals.
In the AJS Teamwear Trophy second round, Division Three leaders Glasshoughton won at Yorkshire Main and Hensall beat Ackworth 2nds by three wickets. Brook-Walton’s home tie against Darton, Normanton’s home game South Kirkby 2nds and the Streethouse 2nds v Ryhill and Havercroft match have been re-arranged for this Sunday.
Only two league matches survived last Saturday’s rain.
In Division Five, Pledwick were routed for 16 in a 10-wicket defeat a Bullcroft Main. Brodsworth Main 2nds eased to a five-wicket victory against Division Seven strugglers Stanley Falcons 2nds.