PADIHAM, Ribblesdale Wanderers and Settle are the only sides with 100 per cent records after the second round of matches in the Ribblesdale League.

Padiham beat Feniscowles, Wanderers won at Earby while champions Settle eased to victory at Salesbury who have lost their opening two games.

At the Arbories, Padiham won the toss and batted first, posting a competitive total of 147 all out - Michael Webb making 32 and Callum Clark 31.

In reply, Feniscowles were bowled out for just 58 to give Padiham a comfortable 90-run win with Toby Burrows taking four wickets while there were three for Bailey Muldoon and two for Nathan Whitehead.

It was an early finish at Earby who were all out for just 53 with no batsman getting into double figures.

The wickets were shared around with Ian Britcliffe taking 2-15 and David Steinson 2-7.

Wanderers wasted little time in getting the required runs in only 8.3 overs - Mack Spencer (41no) and Eddie Steinson (11no) guided them to a comprehensive 10-wicket win.

Champions Settle continued the defence of their title at Salesbury where they won the toss and put their hosts in to bat.

Salesbury were bowled out for 110 with Peter Richardson (23) and Lewis Pearson (20) the main contributors. Thomas Strickland took 3-30 with two wickets each for Tom Davidson and Eddie Read.

In reply, Settle got home with the last wicket at the crease with four overs to spare. Opener Robbie Davidson made 41, however they lost two wickets with the scores tied before they got across the line. Stephen Brown with 4-29 did most of the damage.

Brinscall enjoyed a confortable win over Cherry Tree. Batting first, Brinscall captain and opener Liam Winstanley led from the front with a fine knock of 65, receiving good support from Daniel Haynes (32)as the home side scored 164-7 off their 40 overs. Rob Ince took 2-17 off his eight overs and Hussain Patel claiming three late wickets.

Cherry Tree were then bowled out for just 57, opener Michael Timmins, with 18, one of only two batsman to make double figures along with Nas Iqbal (17 no).

Sam Maclachlan did most of the damage with 5-15 and was supported by Adam Wojciechowski with 2-11 in a 107-run win for Brinscall.

Oswaldtwistle Immanuel came away from Read with a narrow 15-run victory.

Batting first, Ossie were reduced to 55-4 when Oliver Claire was out for 32. However, 29 from Siraj Akhtar and late runs from Andreas Sudnik 25 no, enabled them to post a competitive total of 160-9.

Joseph Halstead, Andrew Bennett and Warren Eastham all claimed two wickets each.

Read looked in a good position at 72-2 when captain Will Wrathall was out for 32. From that point they lost wickets on a regular basis and were reduced to 122-9.

However, Jack Wood with 22 from 28 balls got Read close but they were still 15 runs short when the last wicket fell. Francis Kinsella took 5-29 and Andrew Metcalf 2-29.

Barnoldswick won their first game of the season after beating Whalley.

Whalley batted first and were out for 100 with opener Jack Edgar with 51 the only batsman to resist the Barlick bowling attack.

Sajid Akhtar took 3-5 and there were two wickets each for Faisal Hussain, Jonny Beech and Matthew Cavanagh.

In reply, Barlick reached the required total with three wickets and plenty of overs in hand thanks to N Ahmed 34 and Majid Inayat 25.

There were three wickets each for Frankie Jackson and Nathan Mashiter.

n In the Second Division, Chatburn made it three wins of our three at Whalley.

Whalley were dismissed for 120 - Maxwell Seedall top scoring with 60.

In reply, Chatburn lost both openers with just five runs on the board but Dean (22 no) and Shovelton (18 no) ensured there were no more alarms as Chatburn won by five wickets with eight overs to spare.