SAUGHALL lost a competitive game of Cheshire Alliance Division One cricket at Glazebury.

After winning the toss and deciding to bat first, the hosts were all out for 118. Saughall batted for 42 overs but fell short on 86.

Saughall skipper Ben Salisbury said: “All credit to Glazebury. They outplayed us completely. We need to think about our application while batting.”

Paul Woodworth made an early breakthrough for Saughall when he bowled Andy Calvert, but after that Galzebury recovered with a solid partnership of 34 for the second wicket.

The introduction on Mandeep Singh (6-23) brought a flurry of wickets as he reduced the hosts to 47-5.

But a brutal 42no from Tom Wilkinson saw Glazebury recover.

Saughall’s reply got off to a bad start when James Huxley edged a good ball behind.

They were soon 16-4 as Glazebury turned the screw.

Salisbury (35) showed some resistance but Saughall wickets kept tumbling.

In Division Two, FRODSHAM drew at Heaton Mersey Village. After the hosts had made 201-6, Frodsham replied with 121-5.

In Division Three, WESTMINSTER PARK (132-3) claimed a home win over Capenhurst (128).