134-run victory for Warrington


Warrington cantered to a 134-run victory hosting Northwich at Walton Lea.

Put in by the visitors they rattled along at a fair pace to reach 238-6 in 45 overs, with most batsmen making useful contributions.
Top scorer was J Howell with 50 not out.
Northwich were tumbled oujt for 104 in 26 overs with Warrington’s bowlers sharing the wickets.
The result left unbeaten Warrington sitting top of the Cheshire League division one, 14 points clear of their nearest rival.
A batting collapse led to Grappenhall going down in a low-scoring affair at Timperley.
Winning the toss they inserted the home side on a wicket that looked to favour the bowlers.
Aty first it seemed a good decision as Timperley were bowled out for a modest 118 in 39 overs.
Tom McRury took 5-41 and Aran Shetty 4-51.
But when Grappers batted they discovered just how difficult it was to find runs and were rolled over for 68. Shetrty topped scored with 24.
Grappenhall 2nd came out on top in a low-scoring game at home to Timperley 2nd.
They were put in by the visitors and were back in the pavilion for a modest 127 all out.
But the visitors struggled for runs and they were dismissed for 89, with Stanley Pennington the pick of the Grappenhall bowlers with 5-26.

Lymm Oughtrington Park won by two wickets in a low scoring match at Bowdon Vale.
They asked the home side to bat first and bowled them out for, 113, Kishan Megharaj taking 4-4 and Antonnel Atwell 3-28.
Atwell was also in form with the bat, hitting a match-winning innings of 57 as Lymm rerplied with 114-8.
Glazebury went down by 36 runs at Kerridge after asking the home team to bat first.
Kerridge were all out for 165 with Ben Marote the pick of the Glazebury bowlers with 6-45.
Kyle Keeble top scored with 30 when Glazebury replied with 129 all out. Marote hit a useful 25.


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