CHRISTLETON aim to carry the momentum generated by Saturday's maximum points romp at Bramhall into tomorrow's home clash with Birken-head Park.
The Little Heath side are two places above their Wirral opponents and will be hoping to fire themselves back into the Premier Division title race with a second consecutive victory.
Jim Gillson's side are buoyant after cruising to a comfortable five-wicket win over Bramhall, with Matt Parkinson (4-29) in magnificent form with the ball as the hosts slumped to 122ao.
In reply, Christleton made hard work of reaching their target but an unbeaten 61 from Darron Cruikshank edged them past their target on 123-5.
Nathan Dumelow produced a superb captain's performance to steer champions OULTON PARK to victory at NESTON.
The skipper took 5-49 with his off-spin and hit an unbeaten 129 as Park warmed up in style for tomorrow's crunch match with second-placed Bowdon.
Although Stewart Eaton (1-11) made the early breakthrough, Neston reached 196-3 before losing seven wickets for 26 runs to Dumelow and Danny Jones (2-38).
Danny Leech and Jonny Kettle went cheaply to bring Chris Bassano (83no) and Dumelow together, with the skipper hitting 10 fours and 10 sixes - 100 in boundaries- in an awesome display of batting as they finished on 223-2.
In Division One, Steve Ogilby is eager for CHESTER BOUGHTON HALL to return to winning ways when they travel to lowly Dids-bury.
The Hall skipper was disappointed to see his side lose their top-ofthe-table clash with Urmston last week and is expecting an improved display tomorrow.
Ogilby said: 'We need to get back to winning ways and with Dids-bury in the bottom half of the table it is a game we should win.
'I'm not too disappointed about the Urmston match and although we didn't play well, I still feel we are a better side than them.'
Hall are set to promote second XI batsman Tommy Ducker for the match at Didsbury after he scored 107 in the seconds' win over Widnes last week.
MALPAS turned in an heroic batting display to topple visitors Brooklands in Division Two.
Six dropped catches from home fielders allowed Brooklands to pile on 270-4 (M Azam 119no), leaving Malpas facing a daunting and distant target.
But a first-wicket stand of 128 between Jack Scascighini (105) and Johnny Suckley (58) laid the foundations for Malpas' winning score of 271-5.
Adrian Stubbs (30no) and Dave Hunt (27no) saw the hosts home.