ON the eve of their mother's 60th birthday, brothers Jonny and Kieron Ollier orchestrated victory for Kingsley at Frodsham on Saturday.
Batting first, Frodsham lost early wickets to paceman Andy Storey (3-18) before Ben Large (40) and Gavin Houghton (52) staged a resurgence that put them in a commanding position after 20 overs.
That was halted when Jonny Ollier, recovering from a groin strain, stepped up and claimed the last five batsmen with his medium pace away swingers for just 24 runs.
In pursuit of the 142 required for victory, Kingsley also stumbled early on in their run chase, but Jonny (28) and younger brother Kieron steadied the ship with a rapid 70-run fourth-wicket partnership.
Kieron (52no) remained at the crease to see the victory through by five wickets with 10 overs to spare.
At BUNBURY, the home side claimed their third win in three matches, beating Stalybridge St Paul's by six wickets. Stalybridge batted first and were bowled out for 199 (Bob Harris 7-56). Bunbury won the game with 200-4 with Nick Swinbank unbeaten on 51 and Simon Lamb making 35.
In Division Two, SAUGHALL posted their first win of the season thanks to a terrific comeback at Grange.
The Chester side claimed the last eight Grange wickets for just 43 runs to bowl them out for 159.
Adam Griffiths (4-44) claimed his best figures for the club, while James Huxley and Les Perkins picked up two wickets apiece.
James and Martin Huxley got Saughall's innings off to a solid start, making 21 and 30 respectively before both were bowled playing attacking strokes.
The visitors dipped to a worrying 93-4 but were rescued by Richard Tomlinson (65no) and Griffiths (13no) as Saughall reached 160-4.
In Division Three, leaders CAPENHURST beat visitors Kerridge by 81 runs.
Cape batted first and posted 183-5 wickets with K Narine making 44, J Jacobs 40 and I Reid unbeaten on 40. In reply, Kerridge were bowled out for 102 (A Walkling 4-27, T Colclough 5-10).