READ made it three wins out of three in Group One of the Ribblesdale League's Twenty20 Cup with victory over Settle.

Matt Walker's men posted 211-4 batting first, professional Luke Jongwe making 76 and Will Wrathall 70.

Eddy Read took two wickets for Settle and his 28 with the bat saw him be the only man to offer support to Ashen Silva, who made 60 from just 36 balls. Jongwe took the key scalp as he completed a fine day with three wickets.

Elsewhere in Group One Ribblesdale Wanderers were five-wicket winners over Barnoldswick.

The hosts posted 116-7 batting first, Matt Haines top scoring with 59 as Jordan Britcliffe and Michael English took three wickets apiece.

In reply an opening stand of 69 between English (39) and Andrew Needham (30) put Wanderers on their way to victory, Jack Rietschel taking 3-16.

Whalley's 146-3 was enough for a 52-run win over Padiham. Jack Edgar(64 not out) and Declan Bailey (39) led the way with visitors struggling to 94-8.

In Group Two, Salesbury kept up their strong start with a 24-run win over Cherry Tree.

Jarryd Clements top scored with 35 in a total of 120-8 before Cherry Tree's reply started well as Timycen Maruma and Jake Willacy put 50 on for the first wicket. But they collapsed to 96 all out with Clements taking two wickets.

A fine all round display from Sehan Weerasinghe helped Brinscall to a 50-run win over Feniscowles.

The professional made an unbeaten 50 in his side's 119-5 before taking 3-4 as Feniscowles were all out for 69. Adam Wojciechowski also took 4-7.

Aneeq Hussain hit a stunning 109 not out from just 57 balls as Baxenden got the better of Euxton by just 10 runs. Baxenden posted 163-5, Waqar Rafique leading the reply in a tight game.