JAP Parts UK came out on top in their all-A Division MSV Midweek League Challenge Cupclash with McKenna.
They made 109-3 with Ayub (30) and Ali (42no) leading the way. Bramwell (34) got McKenna's reply moving but they finished on 98-7.
Whatmore (48no) and Hassack (59) set Acklam Grange up for a win with 134-1. Pink (3-17) then helped restrict Skelton Castle to 62-7 in reply.
Stafford Place made 110-6 against Lloyds TSB. Stafford's young bowlers then took control as Iveson (3-18) and Robson (3-14) sent Lloyds back for 74.
Cpt Cook's Brewery entertained Hanley's Halal SB and were quickly in trouble as Mahmood (3-11) and Nadeem (3-5) bowled them out for 48. Hanley's won by ten wickets.
Winning Post knocked up 98-5, easily enough to beat Rimswell, who were all out for 33, Bunn snapping up 4-14.
Cleveland Cable were bowled out for 58 by Specsavers Stockton with Zahid taking 5-11. Specsavers won by seven wickets.
BASF had Fergie (68) to thank for their total of 107-9 when at home to GV Decorators. Shaw took 4-30. Veazey (35no) and Shaw (43) set up the Decorators seven wicket win.
Balti Hut made a useful 111-7 when visiting Shaws with Banaras (34) and Nasir (34). Three quick wickets left Shaws struggling despite Downing's 43no and they ran out of overs on 62-3.
The Swan struggled to a total of 57. Toth (3-27) and Binks (3-6) picked up wickets and set up an eight-wicket win.
AS PART of its 2006 programme, Stockton District Cricket Development Group is organising Discover Cricket courses at Norton and Yarm Cricket Clubs tomorrow, Wednesday and Thursday.
The cost is pounds 2 per day or pounds 5 for three days. The courses are intended for boys and girls aged eight to 11 and are designed to introduce them to cricket in a fun environment. Contact group secretary Gordon Lake on 884025.
MARTON and Great Ayton, who stormed into the second round of the Kerridge Cup last week, are back in action in theb competition this Thursday.
Marton now entertain Billingham Synthonia while Great Ayton visit Darlington.
In last Thjursday's matches Graham Shaw hit 97 for Marton, then Rahul Sanghvi took five wickets and Dan Conway three as second bottom Normanby Hall were well beaten.
And bottom club Redcar were hammered by Great Ayton, Darren Hickey making 45 before Riaz Afridi snapped up five wickets and Colin Murray four.
MARTON Football Club are running a soccer camp during half-term week.
The age-groups are year two, three, four and year five. The course runs from 10am until 3pm tomorrow, Wednesday and Thursday.
The children will require boots, shin-pads and waterproof clothing.
The players have the choice of bringing a packed lunch or purchasing warm snacks, drinks and sweets from the cafe.
The cost is pounds 5 per day or pounds 14 for three days. The organisers say the youngsters will be coached by FA qualified coaches who are CRB checked and emergency first aid trained.
All enquiries to Frankie Laine 01642 286568.
THE Redcar Sunday League has a number of vacancies for the 2006-2007 season. For more information, call the league secretary on 01642 287609.
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|Publication:||Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)|
|Date:||May 29, 2006|
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