BIRKBY Rose Hill and Thurstonland are still harbouring hopes of finishing their time as arrowselfdrive.comHuddersfield Central League clubs by winning the Copymark Allsop Cup.
They are the only two Drakes League-bound clubs left in the main knockout competition and go into the semi-finals draw alongside Woolley and Green Moor.
Rizwan Malik did the trick for Birkby Rose Hill, taking five for 32 to destroy Penistone’s hopes of going through.
His effort restricted the home side to 148 all out in reply to Rose Hill’s 209-7.
Thurstonland went through to the last four on July 7 with a five-wicket home victory against Edgerton & Dalton, who were dismissed for 144.
Woolley had a six-wicket win against the only Section A side left in the competition, Upper Hopton.
The home side totalled 109 and Woolley had little trouble in reaching 110-4.
Green Moor staged a tremendous fightback to put out Mount, who were dismissed for 140 thanks to Joe White taking four for 18.
In reply, Green Moor looked to be struggling at 60-6, but they pulled round as Sam Askey hit 37, Ben Howlett 34 and Harry Howlett 26 to get them over the line at 144-7, despite Ismail Mayet taking three for 30.
It sets it all up nicely for this coming Saturday, when Mount face Green Moor in the League.
Mount remain top of the Premier Division by four points from Birkby Rose Hill after winning at Silkstone.
In the second XI Copymark Tinker Cup, Upperthong beat Upper Hopton with David Clowes hitting 77 and Sam Briggs 81 in their 220-6 before the visitors were restricted to 157-6.
Jack Whyke hit an unbeaten 53 to steer Woolley to a seven-wicket victory over visitors Crossbank Meths, who had been dismissed for 143 thanks to Sam Jones taking five for 40.
Birkby Rose Hill just managed to beat Bradley & Colne by two runs while Silkstone went through thanks to Nick Armitage taking five for 14 and restricting Thurstonland to 88 all out in reply to 110 all out.