MATT Walker hit a century for Read in their Twenty20 victory over Ribblesdale Wanderers.

The captain’s unbeaten 117 helped his side to a total of 235-2 in this Group One clash.

Wanderers fell 100 short and were bowled out for 135.

Elsewhere, Barnoldswick were all out for 89 against Padiham, Adil Khan top scoring with 22 not out as Rhys Marshall took 4-26.

Padiham made light work of the total, getting home with more than seven overs to spare thanks to unbeaten pair Owen Deakin-Pickard (41) and Jack Dewhurst (39).

Also in Group One, Settle posted 149-3 batting first against Earby, mainly thanks to half centuries from Danyl Husbands (57) and Ashen Silva (51).

However, it proved not to be enough as Matt Nutter (66 not out) and Girvacques De Jager (64) saw Earby home by nine wickets.

In Group Two, Brinscall opened up against Baxenden and finished on 142-5.

Johnathan McDonald led the way with 51 as Ben Swindells took two wickets.

Baxenden never looked like getting the required total and ended on 97-9 with two wickets each for McDonald, Alan Whalley and James McVite.

Cherry Tree batted first and made 142-5 against Euxton.

Professional Timyen Maruma led the way with 63, an innings that included six fours and four sixes, Louis Sweeney taking three wickets.

In reply, Euxton looked in trouble at 75-5 but an unbeaten sixth wicket partnership of 70 between Madusha Ravichandrsakumar (62 off 42 balls) and Ben Houghton (17 out out) saw them home.

Salesbury got the better of a tight game with Feniscowles.

Feniscowles recovered from 66-5 to post 109-5, Syed Shar making 42.

They were two wickets apiece for Josh Bristol and Jarryd Clements.

In reply Salesbury lost two quick wickets to Mark McGovern including professional Hassan Ramanayake.

Despite 27 from Clements with the score at 73-5 the game could have gone either way.

However Salesbury just got over the line with three wickets in hand thanks to a quick-fire 16 from Bristol as he completed a fine match.

Adam Masood, Mark McGovern and Hassan Fazal took two wickets each.