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Earlier in the day a century from opener, and captain, Adam Fisher (101) paved the way for a total of 247-7 which included 35 from his younger brother Matthew and an unbeaten 37 from Karl Carver.
Castleford’s reply was twice interrupted by rain but the second-wicket pair held their concentration to close on 70-1.
For the second time this season, Harrogate spinner Ishan Abeysekara (7-41) picked up seven wickets only to finish on the losing side.
The Sri Lankan picked up 7-40 earlier in the month against Sessay and carried on that excellent form at Low Catton Road against Stamford Bridge – Tom Geeson-Brown (3-49) picking up the other three wickets as the home side were bowled out for 221.Wharton’s opposite number James Finch finished with three wickets, including both Leech and Joshua Sullivan (29), as the hosts were eventually bowled out for 193 with just one ball of the innings remaining.Only 6.5 overs of the reply were possible which Andrew Bilton and Simon Tennant safely negotiated with the score having reached 33-0.SESSAY were beaten by Beverley Town in Hunters ECB Yorkshire Premier League North on a day when elsewhere DLS was very much to the fore as rain brought an early end to play in the latest round of matches.Connor Bowden set Beverley on their way to ten points for the first time since their promotion to the top flight, with figures of 5-22 – the best return by a Town bowler at this level.The home side had slumped to 58-5, Tom Neal (3-40) and Steve Burdett (2-56) both picking up two wickets in their opening spells.And it needed a captain’s innings from James Wharton (85) to rescue things, the skipper adding 58 for the sixth wicket with Dominic Leech.That tilted the balance marginally in favour of the home side to the tune of just six runs when play was called off.Victory means Scarborough close the gap between them and the leaders to nine points but, with only ten points covering the top five, the title race remains wide open.The total would have been considerably lower had it not been for Zac Keune’s (62) second 50 in three weeks and 90 from Ryan Mc Kendry, the pair adding 135 for the third wicket and being two of only three ‘Bridge batsmen to reach double figures.The visitors’ reply of 93-3 centred on a 58-run partnership between Josh Atkinson (31) and Ross Sedgley (30no) and had Mc Kendry not picked up the wicket of Atkinson in the over before the rain arrived ‘Gate might not have left empty-handed.