Martin and Johnson share century honours

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There were two century-makers in the same Premier Division match.

Whiston rattled up their highest score of the season when declaring at 284-4 at home to Coal Aston, who were not disgraced with their reply of 257-9.

Whiston opener James Martin made 100, including 15 boundaries, and Joe Fletcher’s 95 contained 18. Andy Tomlinson added 61 for the hosts before Liam Johnson carried his bat for 110 in the Aston reply, Reece Shutt adding 52 and Lawrence Browes 43.

Wickersley made their trip to Darfield pay off when coming in at 224-9, Matt Burton making 49 and Shahjaan Younis, 47.

James Ward claimed 4-10 and made 32 not out for the School Street side, who fell for 105 as Lesroy Weekes took 4-35 and Muhammad Naveed 3-31.

Treeton dismissed Norton Oakes for 90, with four wickets each for Muhammad Attari and Steve Foster before they eased to a five-wicket victory.

Tickhill closed on 202-9 and toppled Aston Hall for 110, opener Matt Cartwright hitting 57 of those. James Stuart took 6-37 and Steve Reid, 3-13.

Champions Elsecar had hosts Wath back in the pavilion for 125, only opener Derek Mitchell (45) defying Shahzad Rana (4-31) and Iftikhar Afzal (3-18). Opener Ainsley Swallow made 60 in the seven-wicket win.

Whitworth Cup winners Whitley Hall reached 266-6, Jaco Castle cracking 13 boundaries in his 73 and Alex Fletcher striking an unbeaten 72, including 11 boundaries, before visitors Hallam went close on 261 after Humphrey Emery had made 68. Castle rounded off a fine all-round effort with a 4-57 haul, and Jim Tasker weighed in with 4-53.

Frecheville youngster Todd Saxelby made 122 and took 4-51 against Tickhill in Division One.