Bridlington U15s secured a thumping win over their neighbours Sewerby on Sunday morning. Batting first, the hosts racked up 136/3, with Frankie Reffold, Oliver Beckett and Harrison Male all retiring after reaching 30. Sewerby were restricted to a lowly 25/8 which was 111 runs short of the target.
Bridlington lie third in the league table despite having seen four of their seven games being called off because of the weather. Sewerby are still looking for their first win and are bottom of Division A.