Mixed fortunes for Scarborough under-11s

Pickering under-11s hit out against Scarborough at North Marine Road
Pickering under-11s hit out against Scarborough at North Marine Road

Scarborough CC under-11s had a mixed time in their last two games, taking victory in Greenwood Hire Junior Zone One but slipping out of the KO Cup.

They firstly wrapped up a league win by 103 runs against Scalby, with Isaac Grunwell (28no) and Daniel Conner (13no) helping them to 317-1.

Charlie Doubtfire gave Scalby some hope with a knock of 13, but Conner’s top all-round performance was competed by figures of 2-10.

Pickering were a touch too strong for Scarborough in Sunday’s cup game, as they won by 33 runs.

The Pikes moved to 273-4, with Ryan Vance hitting 18.

Callum Pepper’s 3-11 helped slow the Scarborough retort to 240-5.

Forge Valley closed the gap on the leaders with a win by 18 runs against second-placed Sewerby.

Jack Northgraves’ 21 took Valley to 277-3, with Dan Taylor helping himself to 2-9 in Sewerby’s unsuccessful reply.

Cloughton failed to stop the charge of leaders Driffield, as they lost out by 130 runs.

The Driffield highlights came from Joe Anderson’s 41 in a total of 343-4 and then the figures of 2-1 from Joe Stabler.

Cayton saw off Flixton by 69 runs.

R Lacey’s 16 was in vain as Flixton dropped short of Cayton’s 297-1.

In Zone Two, Wykeham beat Duncombe Park B by 77 runs.

Oliver Barnett struck 15 to help Wykeham tally 272-4.

Charlie Revis then took over with match-winning figures of 2-4.