OULTON Park wrapped up a quickfire victory in the Cheshire Shield final on Sunday.
They needed only 22 balls to knock off the runs required to beat Stockport by 10 wickets at Little Budworth.
Stockport, who play in Division Two of the County League, were bowled out for 39 in 25.2 overs, Martyn East taking 6-19.
Park replied with 41-0 in 3.4 overs, Ric Moore contributing an unbeaten 34.
Martyn East was named man of the match and Danny Leech received the trophy as the winning skipper.
In their County League Division One match on Saturday, Park took 12 points from a rain-spoiled home game against Bredbury St Mark’s.
Moore scored 127, his fourth century of the season, and now needs only 12 runs to become the first batsman in the league to reach 1,000.
Oulton closed on 299-6 (Nick James 84) and Bredbury reached 172-6 from 44 overs (Craig Williamson 3-48).
A depleted Saughall side lost to top of the table Trinity in Division One of the Cheshire Alliance on Saturday. Saughall, missing five first-team players, were bowled out for 83 (Martin Huxley 25). Trinity eased to victory by 6 wickets.
FRODSHAM lost by 80 runs at Haslington, who scored 121. Frodsham were then dismissed for 41.