1st XI v Stokesley (a) - lost
Stokesley batted first and amassed 235 before being bowled out in the last over. Sam Wood picked up 3-51 and Gary Pratt cleaned up the tail with 2-18. Gary Pratt scored 43 opening in the reply but Richmondshire struggled, and despite 40 not out from Sam Wood they were bowled out for 141.
2nd XI v Sedgefield (h) - won
89 runs from Tom Dell supported by a quick 44 from Adam Langhorne and contributions from all of the top order meant that Richmondshire posted 276-9 from their 50 overs. Thanks to 4-55 from Owen Kelly and 3-45 for Tom Stockton, Sedgefield were bowled out for 241, with captain Andy Dade coming on to bowl at the end and taking the wickets of numbers 10 and 11.
3rd XI v Wolviston III (a) - won
Richmondshire batted first against an under-strength Wolviston side on a wicket described by a Wolvistion player as "a road - they're batting on the A19". These factors led to a huge total of 376-2 declared from 43.2 overs, Jack Rowett top-scoring with 152 not out and Adam Langhorne chipping in with 142 from 108 balls. Shaun Charlton and Tom Stockton continued the barrage, with Stocky's 21 coming from 8 balls. Tom Stockton and Adam Langhorne continued their good days with the ball, taking 3-22 and 3-16 respectively, as even with several 5 ball overs 46 overs proved too much for Wolviston to bat out. They finished on 118.
4th XI v Barningham (h) - lost
Openers Clive Layfield (30) and Nigel Winter (39) gave Richmondshire a platform, from which they posted a score of 152-9. Shaun Charlton took 5 wickets for 21 runs in reply but other bowlers were expensive, and as a result Barningham got over the line with 23 balls and 2 wickets to spare.
5th XI v Eryholme (a) - won
Richmondshire's bowling was fairly tidy all round, with John Bewell taking 3-47, which restricted Eryholme to 153 on a small ground. A huge partnership from father-son team Mike (89*) and James Irving (35*) saw Richmond home for the loss of 3 wickets.