THE holders of the Wynn Cup, Embsay, were unceremoniously dumped out of the cup by second division Cononley in the second round.

Batting first, Embsay tumbled to 24-6. Ben Davey and Sam Arkwright both made 28 as some tail wagging got the total to 116-9 in their 20 overs.

Harry Chapman (5-6) in his allotted four overs, was virtually unplayable. The South Craveners reached their target at the end of the 19th over with five wickets still standing. Skipper Andy Starkey (58) led his side to victory.

The beaten finalists from last year, Haworth Road, also went out to a second division side, Crossflatts II. Dil Nawaz was the mainstay of the Haworth innings of 111-6. Vijay Amirtharaj (53no) and Ben Crispin (28no) helping their side into the next round.

Crossflatts ventured to Riddlesden and smashed 196-8 with Joe Greenwood (62), Bright Njanji (49) and Mohammad Shahnawaz (47) being the main contributors as Matt Sharp (4-40) tried to stem the flow of runs. Eldwick and Gilstead managed 109 in reply with Chris Child making 40 and Mayank Singh taking 3-15.

Long Lee made an impressive 159-6 with Mark Day (88no) putting on 112 for the third wicket. In reply, Bingley Congs won by eight wickets in the 16th over.

Leading the way was Johandre Barnard, who hit eight fours and 10 sixes in a sparkling 49-ball 112no. He put on a match-winning 110 for the third wicket with Matt Roberts (24no).

Sutton made a bright start at Hainworth, putting on over 50 for the first wicket. From there it was slow going as Jake Hoyle (4-18) put the skids under the batmen.

Sam Solley made 49 as the innings ground to 120-8. Ingrow progressed to the next round by eight wickets. Alex Whitehead (55no) and Will Rankin (32no) putting together a match winning partnership as nine bowlers were used.

Gargrave’s trip to Barrowford II prove to be fruitful as they won by 42 runs. Joe Wood (35) and Matt Beckwith (30no) saw Gargrave to 127-6.

Barrowford closed on 85-9 with Will Smith (2-11) and John Beckwith (2-15) being the best bowlers.

Bradford & Bingley III made Foulridge sweat a little bit before losing by 19 runs.

Foulridge made 153-5 with Jabbran Sajjad making 60 and Aamir Mohammed 47 and extras contributed 27 to the total.

Bingley's best batsmen were Phil Broadley (60) Andy Dobson (26) and Lewis Brown (25).

Oakworth saw off Cowling by five wickets. Cowling posted 116-8 thanks mainly to Azeem Hussain (54) and Liam Foulkes (22) as Harry Hollingsworth claimed 3-8.

Oakworth were 41-4 when Jordan Powell entered the fray. In the 16 balls he received, he walloped one four and nine sixes to see his side to victory in the 15th over.

Third round (ties to be played on June 23): Oakworth v Cononley; Crossflatts v Gargrave; Crossflatts II v Ingrow; Bingley Congs v Foulridge.