Cobb helps Treeton coast to eighth crown

Treeton won the title for an eighth time when comfortably beating guests Darfield in their last game of the season,

The visitors were sent back in the pavilion for 117 by Muhammad Attari and Steve Foster before Treeton coasted to 119-4, Chris Cobb making an unbeaten 50 and Scott Cunningham 37 after being 8-2.

Nearest rivals Whitley Hall overhauled Wickersley’s 230 at Baxter Field – Haider Jahangir making 47 and Jordan Lowe 42 as Jim Tasker claimed 5-9 and Jaco Castle 4-60 for Whitley.

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They replied with 231-5 thanks to Neil Longhurst’s 69 and Castle’s 43.

Elsecar, in third place, entertained Coal Aston, who laid down a 203 challenge, thanks to opener Liam Johnson cracking 20 fours in his knock of 103.

Andy Ivill bagged 5-56 and Jason Meadows 3-40 for Elsecar, who failed with the bat and fell for 145, James Fell hitting 43 as Reece Shutt took 5-81 and Laurence Browse 3-38.

Hallam toppled Tickhill for 102, with three cheap wickets each for Humphrey Emery and Mark Williams, and eased to a nine-wicket win, opener Vaidik Raj making 46.

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Whiston contained hosts Norton Oakes to 204, Dave Revill scoring 59 and Alex Hibbert 45 as youngster Tom Bolland took 4-44.

Whiston took a maximum with their 205-2 reply, Steve Taylor blasting 18 fours in his 102 and Joe Fletcher chipping in with a half-century.

Wath set a target of 172-8 but Aston Hall knocked off the runs for just one wicket down, Matt Cartwright hitting 86 and junior Jack Simmonite 39 not out.

Division One Conisbrough made 308-2 at home to Wath, opener James Duran slamming 136, including 17 boundaries.

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