Bewholme, Atwick and Brandesburton were surprised by North Dalton in Bridlington and District Evening League Division One.
Dan Broumpton top scored with 29 not out in BAB’s 127/7 but North Dalton chased it down with four balls left and six wickets in hand.
Drury was unbeaten on 55 and Shaun Tate added 39.
There were two fiev-wicket hauls in Flamborough’s game against Driffield. Harry Burton took 5-23 for Boro, but he was unable to stop the visitors coming out on top.
Batting first, Flamborough were all out for just 94 as Walker claimed 5-22, and Owen Goldsworthy led Driffield’s reply with 43 not out.
Burton Agnes remain undefeated after Bridlington were unable to raise a side for their fixture.
In Division Two, Driffield RUFC posted a towering 212, thanks to a massive 142 from Josh Dawson. Falkingham chipped in with a further 36 as Rudston’s bowlers endured a night to forget.
In reply, they passed three figures, but Dawson and Mewburn both took two wickets as they closed on 106, Harrison top scoring with 43.
Grindale won the battle of the top two at Sewerby and made it seven wins in a row.
The hosts were skittled for 53, with Harry Gunning’s 26 a crucial part of the total. Jackson helped himself to 3-14 and watched Mark Tennant hit 23 not out in an eight-wicket win. Calvin Roche took both Grindale wickets to fall.
Wold Newton just did enough to hold off Wetwang in a close match. Oli West made 58 and Matthew Southwell 25 as Wold reached 116/4. Southwell then had four victims to slow down Wetwang’s response, and even though Thompson made 45, Vidler 24 and Webb 25 not out, they ended 10 runs short.
Lewis Beasley and Matt Rennoldson gave starring all-round performances as Sewerby Albion beat Trinity SCC. Beasley made 47 and Rennoldson contributed 37 not out as Albion posted 133/3.
Sewerby’s first team skipper then pocketed 4-13 and Rennoldson 2-10 as Trinity couldn’t get past 114/8, despite Shaun Acton - a teammate of the Sewerby boys at the weekend - making 39.
Driffield Academy landed a big nine-wicket win at Barmston. Yates’ four wickets and Hudson’s three limited the hosts to 81/9 and Foster scored 36 in the subsequent run chase.
Middleton won a low-scoring encounter against Hutton Cranswick. Dale Bower’s 33 was the cornerstone of Middleton’s 100/6 and Cranswick were 11 runs shy of the target, with Pete Robinson making 29.
In the Division Three Cup, Driffield Academy piled on the runs to beat North Frodingham. James Foster’s unbeaten 103 led the way and Matt Busfield helped with 45 not out.
There were decent efforts by James Baker (49 not out) and Paul Cook (39) but Frod were left well adrift on 116/3.
Grindale drafted in Robinson for their Hospital Cup quarter final against Bewholme, Atwick and Brandesburton and it paid dividends. He hit 72 not out in a total of 180/3 and Pick was then the pick of the Grindale bowlers with 3-35 as Bewholme lost by 49 runs. Walker’s unbeaten 41 was the top score.
Wold Newton’s 152/2 looked a good total at Driffield. Matthew Southwell being responsible for almost half the runs and carrying his bat, but Driffield got home with six wickets to spare. Greveson made 38 and Walker 33 in the reply and they will now face North Dalton who eased past Flamborough.
Boro limped to 90/6 from 20 overs with no batsman getting past 20. Addy made 44 and Sinclair 25 for Dalton, who only needed 15 overs to record a seven-wicket win.
Finally, Middleton bowed out of the Hospital Plate, after a 28-run defeat to Driffield Academy.
Rogers made 42 in the Academy total of 104/6, with bulmer the top bowler with 3-19. Middleton were sent packing for 76, Hudson claiming 3-24 and Hopper 2-2.