Former Barnsley FC defender Luke Potter smashed a fantastic and match-winning century on his debut for Darfield who made a terrific start to their South Yorkshire League Division One campaign with a crushing victory at home to Shiregreen.

Potter, who played 21 games for the Reds before a knee injury forced him to retire last year, made 107 not out off 123 balls which included ten fours and two sixes.

Chasing 193 for seven, Shiregreen were then skittled for just 44 as Paul Wilkinson (five for 18) and Chris Jevons (four for 23) ran through them.

Anthony Scully took five for 22 as Kexborough bowled hosts Bradfield out for 73 in a five-wicket win. Carl Wilkinson took three for 19 for Kexborough then Adam Wiles top-scored with 24 as they reached their target within 17 overs.

Ryan Hercules and Andy Ivill, who have both left Barnsley CC for Whiston, bowled Wath out for just 24, which is believed to be the lowest ever total in the top flight.

In the Huddersfield Central League, C Bentley finished with remarkable figures of five for two as Woolley bowled out visitors Edgerton and Dalton for 49 in a nine-wicket win.

Green Moor bowled visitors and local rivals Penistone out for 129 in a seven-wicket win. S Askey took four for 22 as Penistone struggled to a meagre total which Green reached thanks to fine knocks from Rob Davies (55 not out) and Julian Bates (50 not out).

Kevin Taylor hit 50 not out as Silkstone won by five-wickets at home to Nortonthorpe, who were earlier bowled out for 102 as Chris Barraclough took three for 33. A Rehman made an unbeaten 66 as Higham chased down 166 for a seven-wicket win over Birkby Rose Hill 2nd XI in Section A.

In the Pontefract League, Matty Sewell recorded phenomenal figures of seven for 30 as Wombwell Main enjoyed a 34-run win at Hatfield.The hosts were bowled out for 134 chasing Wombwell’s 168 for seven in which Kev Linney made a fine 60.

Jonny Winwood smashed 12 fours and seven sixes in 129 off 81 balls as West Bretton won at home tpo Glasshoughton in Barnsley Chronicle Sunday League.