Cricket round-up: Wath inflict first defeat on Conisbrough | Sprotbrough win again

Conisbrough suffered their first league defeat of the season against a Rob Barlow-inspired Wath.

Thursday, 12th May 2016, 1:13 pm
Updated Thursday, 12th May 2016, 2:16 pm
Rob Barlow

Barlow hit 15 boundaries in his excellent knock of 107, off 139 balls, as Wath posted 228-5 from their 50 overs.

Wath’s skipper then claimed 4-58 with the ball as Conisbrough could only limp to 200 all out with two balls remaining.

Overseas star Arosh Janoda hit 72 from number seven for the visitors.

Elsewhere in the South Yorkshire League Championship, Tickhill claimed their first win at Collegiate B.

Australian Daniel Babula bowled well to snare 5-44 as the hosts were removed for 112.

Tickhill lost both of their openers for ducks but Ashley Fiddler (43no) and Aaron Haycock (51no) led their side to a seven-wicket win.

Sprotbrough recorded a comprehensive nine-wicket win at Shiregreen to go third in Division One.

Michael Threapleton (5-29) and Jake Wigney (4-34) did the bulk of the damage as the hosts were skittled for 68 before Sprotbrough completed the run chase with minimum fuss.

Warmsworth sit second in Division Two after a 107-run win over Wath B.

Andrew Haywood (43) and Chris Hadley (47) helped the Common Lane club post 177-9 before Wath crumbled to 70 all out.

Lincoln Jacobs (3-5) and Jack Rodgers (3-20) contributed towards their downfall.

n Doncaster Town lost out to Wakefield Thornes in the ECB Yorkshire South Premier League, despite some good individual performances.

The West Yorkshire side reached 239-9 with Doncaster’s best bowlers being Michael Topp with 4-74 and Alex Gosney with 3-74.

Doncaster struggled with the bat but, after sliding to 57-8, number ten Will Street smashed his way to 54 not out to help his side up to 144 all out.

n In Division One of the Pontefract League, Askern beat South Kirby by 23 runs but Hatfield Town lost by seven wickets at home to Ackworth.