1st XI v Marton (h) - won by 77 runs
Batting first at home against Marton, the 1sts amassed 227-7 thanks in large part to 87 from Mike Layfield, as well as a contribution of 42 from Toby Bulcock, who continued his good match in the fielding innings, when he took 5-48 as Marton were bowled out for 150.
2nd XI v Northallerton (a) - won by 156 runs
The Fleming brothers continued their run of form, with Mike scoring 120 and Andy 100. Quick runs from Owen Kelly (36*) and Joe Shields (29*) boosted Richmondshire's total to 257-6. In Northallerton's reply, Owen Kelly took 4-42 and Tom Stockton 3-32, which wrapped up a comfortable win for Richmondshire.
3rd XI v Normanby Hall III (h) - won by 6 wickets
Richmondshire bowled Normanby Hall out off the last ball of the innings for 217, with Andy Kelly cleaning up the tail with his 3-26. Fifties from Adam Langhorne and Chris Wright, who scored 54 and 57 respectively, helped Richmondshire in their reply as they knocked off the runs for just 4 wickets at above 7 an over.
4th XI v Rockliffe (a) - lost by 8 wickets
The 4th XI were bowled out for 137 by one of the strongest sides in the league, with Mark Hickman offering resistance with his 39. Rockcliffe knocked of the runs inside 28 overs, 2 wickets down.
5th XI v King James (h) - won by 16 runs
In tricky windy conditions, captain Jeff Stead justified his decision to bat by scoring 78 not out in Richmondshire's 158-7, a good score in the circumstances. Jordan Forbes' 4-22 pegged King James back and they were bowled out 16 runs short, causing their hitter to run out of batting partners.