Heslerton’s title challenge faltered on their own pitch against Seamer,who completed
the double having beaten Hessy at Seamer earlier in the season.
Heslerton made a great start to the match, reducing Seamer to 29-4 within the first
13 overs but a 54 run partnership between Corey Towell (30) and Craig Baker (17)
arrested the slide leaving a final forceful 45 from James Griffin to take the final
total to 146 after 42 overs, Adam Spaven finishing with (4-37) and Dan Jeminson (3-28),
the home team’s cause not being helped by a spate of dropped catches.
Replying Heslerton lost an early wicket but Rob Middlewood (29) and Tom Benthall
(23) increased the total to 48. When both departed only a belligerent innings from
Sam Triffitt (18) put any doubts in a rampant Seamer team as the h ome team gained
a relatively easy victory by 35 runs, Adam Morris claiming (4-27) and James Griffin
(4-22) the last 7 wickets falling for only 18 runs.
Dan Jeminson claims 3-28
Paul Kinghorn opens taking the first 2 wickets
Rob Middlewood hit a solid 29
Tom Benthall looked solid but fell for 23
Sunday 2nd July
Heslerton 81 all out (Rob Middlewood 20, James Deaves 4-29) beat *Scalby 67 all out
(Chris Malthouse 26no, Brett Cunningham 20, Scott Brennan 6-16, Adam Spaven 3-8)
by 14 runs.