Bridlington remain in fifth in York Senior League Division One, after a comfortable victory away at Folkton and Flixton by 80 runs.
Casey Rudd struck his second century of the season finishing on 129 and Sam Edmondson made 68 as the visitors scored a mammoth 276/7.
Simon Leeson (5-31) then ensured the home side batsmen endured a difficult afternoon, Chris Mann the top scorer with 29 as his side was bowled out for 196
Malton and Old Malton climbed up a place following victory over a Sewerby side which had won its previous two.
Ryan Gaughan (4-18) helped bowl out the visitors for 108 after Ashish Kundi top scored with 29. Shaun Harland (51) then made his fourth half-century of the season to guide the hosts to a seven wicket win.
Settrington stay clear in third place in Beckett League Division A following a comprehensive eight-wicket away win over Grindale, who were bundled out for 61.
Settrington Skipper Adam Morley made 30 for his team in their comfortable reply.
In the battle of the bottom two, Wold Newton’s Oli West produced a fine all-round performance to deny Cayton 2nds, giving his side an outside chance of survival.
Cayton skipper Simon Glave took two early wickets, leaving the hosts on 10/2, but a fine fightback led by Newton skipper Charles Gray, 29, and West moved the score onto 116/6, despite a fine spell from James Ward, who took 4-28.
West was out for an excellent 70 before some late hitting by James Knaggs (38 not out) lifted the total to a challenging 191 all out.
West (4-19) took the new ball and his opening salvo took out the visitor’s top order, leaving them reeling on 6-4 after five overs.
Brian Heywood dropped anchor and found great support from the lower order in a fine recovery, but the damage was done with the new ball as Cayton were finally all out for 139, Heywood remaining there at the end for 51 not out as Knaggs took 3-19 and Mark Holtby claimed 2-37.
Fylingdales skipper Barry Heyes hit his second century of the season as his side swept aside Bridlington 2nds. Fylingdales posted 228/8 with Heyes making an excellent 111.
Greg Miller made 40 in reply, but 3-8 from Harry Purvis saw Bridlington dismissed for 113.
Sewerby 2nds beat Ganton by eight wickets with regular first-teamer Lewis Beasley the star man.
Beasley took 5-21 as Robbie Milner (42) and Stewart Ward (35) impressed before Beasley hit 83 not out in reply.