Featherstone are Myles too good for lowly Notton

Hemsworth's Max Heritage claimed 6-16 in a nine-over spell in Saturday's home win against Rothwell in Division Two.
Hemsworth's Max Heritage claimed 6-16 in a nine-over spell in Saturday's home win against Rothwell in Division Two.

MYLES Robinson hammered three sixes and eight fours in an unbeaten 54 to steer Division Two promotion contenders Featherstone to an eight-wicket victory at winless strugglers Notton.

Captain Jonathan Habe (66no) was the solitary batsman in double figures as Notton were dismissed for 97 which included 18 extras.

Featherstone skipper Tom Wragg bagged 6-26 from 14 overs and Jamie Robinson snapped up 2-33.

Myles Robinson and Richard Askham (33) saw third-placed Featherstone home in 16.1 overs.

Glasshoughton easily beat 10-man Whitley Bridge who were routed for 50 by Clinton Speight (7-18 from 10.1 overs).

Mathew Daniel (11) was Whitley’s top scorer.

Chris Swift and Richard Caunce both hit 18 as the Castleford side knocked off the runs in 56 balls.

Max Heritage was the architect of Hemsworth’s eight-wicket win against Rothwell.

Heritage claimed 6-16 in a blistering nine-over spell to send Rothwell reeling from 55-3 to 108 all out. Lee Perks (35), Phil Crapper (33) and Mitchell Crapper (31) led Hemsworth’s successful reply.

Allerton Bywater and Knottingley both suffered away defeats. Opener Gareth Portman’s 20 was in vain as Allerton were all out for 62 at Crigglestone.

Graeme Larrington (36), Mark Swales (3-46) and Craig Larrington (2-27) were Knottingley’s best performers in a three-wicket loss at pacesetters Stainborough.

Division One leaders Streethouse continued their flying start by beating Ackworth by 47 runs. An unbeaten 99 by Gary Rhodes was the feature of Streethouse’s total of 174-8. Ackworth’s Kieran McIntyre took 3-32 and Brodie Mathews 3-47.

Opener Danny Bridges (59) contributed nearly half Ackworth’s reply as they were bowled out for 127 by Johannes Van Ee (4-21), Scott Bland (3-55) and Muhammad Fayyaz (2-38).

Streethouse are 21 points clear of second-placed Frickley Colliery who defeated neighbours South Kirkby by 14 runs.

Mohammed Shoaib (69) and Inderjit Singh Hayre (30) guided Frickley to 187-9.

Kirkby’s Liam Rollin had figures of 4-64 and his father David took 3-44.

Dylan Moran (60) tried his best to hold Kirkby’s reply together and shared a defiant last wicket stand of 49 with David Rollin but they were but they were eventually toppled for 173 by Mohammed Ayub (5-52) and Saj Khan (3-33).

Chasing West Bretton’s 198-7 that included 53 by Luke Smith and 41 from David Hoyle, Fairburn were dismissed for 139 by Mark Hinchliffe (3-13) and Chris Degnan (3-47).

James Pugh (3-31) was Fairburn’s best bowler and Ryan Greatrick (41) their top scorer.

Luke Reeves (4-20), Richard Cooper (47) and Ste Roberts (42no) shone as Old Sharlston beat Rossington Main.