Strong bowling from Rasool Kham and Saman Khursheed was not enough as Adwick le Street crashed to defeat by Caribbean in the Solly Sports South Yorkshire Cricket Alliance league.
Results (compiled by I P Hobson)
Caribbean v Adwick le Street
Caribbean won toss and decided to bat *Caribbean 199 (Andrew Jackson 56, Andre Jackson 26, Mohammed Haroon 33, Steve Miller 32, Liam Bishop 6-55)
Adwick le Street 62 (Rasool Khan 4-21, Saman Khursheed 3-7).
Whiston v Wentworth
Whiston won toss and decided to bowl *Wentworth 168 (Tom Orr 41, Mark Limb 36, Matthew Jackson 25, Andrew Broadhead 4-47, Michael Raleigh 3-28)
Whiston 78 (Steve Cowles 28, Gareth Hobson 3-10 in 8 overs, Joshua Heenan 4-16 in 9.2 overs).
Handsworth v Wath
Wath won toss & decided to bat *Wath 87 (Steven Booth 5-44, Aftab Ahmed 3-17, Paul Todd 1-6 in 11overs 6mds)
Handsworth 90-6 (Maerk Kemp 24no, Jake Little 3-23).
Thorpe Hesley High Green v Denaby Old Forge
*Thorpe Hesley High Green 192-6 (Chris Fisher 66, Iain Macdonald 55no)
Denaby Old Forge 89 James Broadhead 4-24 on his debut for THHG.
*Shiregreen 113 Harley 57.
Eden Grove Parklands v Tinsley
Eden Grove Parklands won toss and decided to bowl.
*Tinsley 114-8 (Mirza Ali 42, Anthony Boot 27)
Eden Grove Parklands 89-9 (Gurvinder Jhalli 4-23, Mirza Ali 3-8 in 11 overs 5mds).
Brookhouse v Hatfield Main
Hatfield Main won toss and decided to bowl.
*Brookhouse 161-3 (Andy Carver 65no, Phil Scorah 51no)
Hatfield Main 133-7 (R Nixon 61no) - rain delayed the start of the game which was reduced to 32 overs each.
Andy Carver And Phil Scorah had an unbeaten fourth wicket partnership of 97 in which 104 runs were scored in the last 10 overs.
Hatfield’s R Nixon top scored with 61no before the overs ran out.
Hampole & Skelbrooke v Harworth
*Harworth 39 (Alex Beresford J 3-23, James Beresford 3-10)
Hampole & Skelbrooke 40-5 (Dough Hinton 3-12).
Mexborough v Handsworth
Mexborough 36 (Sajid Hussain 3-14 in 7 overs)
Adwick on Dearne v Treeton
*Treeton 243-6 (Lee Boulby 77, Geof Reed 55no, Ben Parker 49no)
Adwick on Dearne 106-9 (Andrew Foley 28, Ben Parker 3-16 in 11 overs).