Junior cricket: Alex Dreze the hero as Hetton Lyons U15s lift Glenn Robinson Memorial Trophy
Hetton Lyons Under-15s hoisted the Glenn Robinson Memorial Trophy thanks to a 34-run win over Chester-le-Street in the postponed 2017 final at Philadelphia.
Lyons made 106-8, batting first, before bowling Chester out for 72, with Alex Dreze (3-16) the pick of the bowlers.
In the Durham Cricket Board leagues, Sunderland finished seven-wicket victors at Gateshead Fell in their Don Lyons Memorial Trophy Group One tie.
Ellis Warren (22) and Josh Strassheim (23) led Fell to 91-5 in 20 overs, with wickets for Roma Bozyk, Thomas Bowman, Matthew Heywood and Joe Defty.
Heywood (23no), Liam Potts (17) and Kyle Hutchinson (32no) then steered the Ashbrooke side to victory in 16.5 overs.
In the same group, Boldon proved too strong for Hylton.
Hylton were dismissed for 17 in 16.1 overs as Jacob McCord (3-1) and Euan Latimer (2-2) led the bowling attack.
McCord then hit 12 not out as Boldon won in the fourth over.
In Group Two, Whitburn beat Felling (68-6) by five wickets and Ben Scott’s 49, plus 35 from Josh Leslie, helped South Shields (144-2) to sink Marsden (41-9) by 103 runs. Daniel Tudor hit 14 for Marsden, as Leslie, Sameer Awan and James Hutchinson all struck twice.
In the Central Division’s Ken Ferguson Memorial Trophy, Washington beat Sacriston by five wickets.
Alfie McKie hit 16 in Sacriston’s 40 all out as George Thompson and Thomas Lander both struck twice. Cameron Longstaff’s 16 helped Washington home for the loss of five wickets, with Jordan Lumley taking 2-1.
Burnmoor conceded their game at Eppleton.
In Group Two, Chester-le-Street were 67-run winners at home to Durham City.
Robbie Dawson (51) and Lewis Kilkenny (20) top-scored in Chester’s 113-6, with Hamish Barry snatching 3-3.
Tom Renolds (19) and Barry (14) could not prevent City being bowled out for 46 in reply, as Matthew Page and Guy Robson both struck twice.
Hetton Lyons’ game against Philadelphia was abandoned because of an injury to a Lyons player. The match has gone down as a draw.
Ryhope ran out 10-wicket winners against Dawdon (50) in their W.A. Bennett Cup Group One tie.
In Group Two, Peterlee beat Easington by 99 runs. Jack Sullivan (46), Sam Garraghan (33) and James Garraghan (44no) steered Peterlee to a match-winning 166-2.