CASTROL suffered the heaviest defeat in the club's short history on Saturday as they lost at home to Chelford.
No home player reached double figures as the Oilmen, who had elected to bat first, were tumbled out for 33.
Four players were out for ducks - two from their first ball - as Shallcross (4-12) and Cook (6-16) ran riot.
Chelford lost two wickets as they chased their modest target, reaching 34-2 (Weston 27no).
Castrol skipper Mark Evans put a philosophical spin on the defeat.
He said: 'There were a couple of plusses to come out of the game. The first was we were in the bar early and the second, which was highlighted by one of our tea ladies, was the spirit. 'We can be bowled out for 33 and the team spirit both during the match and after was brilliant.'
Evans added: 'We can have no complaints.
'At least we will have our name on something this year - even if it is for the lowest team total.'