HOLMES Chapel helped their bid for Division Two survival with a win over fellow Meller Braggins Cheshire League strugglers Lindow.
They posted 156 all out and dismissed their visitors for 101 to collect a vital 24 points.
Sandbach also secured an important home win in Division Three, defeating Chelford by 91 runs. Sandbach hit 192-9 before making their declaration then skittled Chelford for 101.
Cholmondeley's sorry season in Division One continued with a 10-wicket home defeat by Lymm OP. After being restricted to 80-8 declared, the basement boys saw their opponents' openers make their target.
Aston notched an exciting home win over Langley in Saturday's Shammah Nicholls Cheshire Cricket Alliance Division One clash.
Langley were dismissed for 167 with Ged Duffy (67) and Andy Mannion (37) scoring the runs while Pat Beesley picked up 6-42 and A Leese 4-48.
Aston reached their target with three wickets to spare at 172-7, with Chris Beesley (61) and Derek Wright (52) guiding them to the winning post.
In Division Two, a tight game at Moss Farm saw Northwich defeat Audlem in a game that went down to the final ball.
Audlem were dismissed for 112 as J Kimber took 5-29 and R Maddocks 4-20. The home side won by one wicket, despite D Adlard at 4-34 and James Siddorns at 3-26 taking Audlem close.
Silverdale's Tahir Mughal was too hot for Weston to handle in their J Whitfield and Sons Senior A fixture. He hit an unbeaten 100 as Silverdale set 244-5 declared. Ian Sandland took 4-46 for Weston.
In reply, Weston were bowled out for 130 as Mughal completed a superb performance by taking 7-53.
With the weather playing havoc for the second week running, just one game was completed in the Crewe and Nantwich Midweek League. The Old Canal Boatmen won a very tight game against Off The Rails by virtue of losing fewer wickets.