TATTENHALL remain top of Division One despite being held to a draw at home to Davenham.
The visitors were put into bat and despite the best efforts of Mel Dobson (5-48) they made a fine start with Louis Bentley (71) and David Ashley (61) setting them on their way to an impressive total of 243-6.
In reply the home side began positively with John Hope (63) and Barry Mitchell (51) hitting some fast runs. However, a middle-order collapse left Tattenhall to hang on for a draw with a total of 200-9.
ALVANLEY produced a polished display to secure a fine win at Wilmslow.
The hosts were first to bat and ran up a decent total with Sam Wildsmith (44) and John Kilroe (60) putting on 101 for the third wicket to lead them to 200-9.
Alvanley responded well despite losing Mark Szymura to injury early on and Andy Bennion (49) and Chris Fletcher (36 not out) propelled them onto the brink of victory.
With six overs left Mark Szymura (22no) bravely picked up his bat again and he and Fletcher steered Alvanley to victory with two overs remaining.
CHOLMONDELEY maintained their place in the top four with a thrilling 12-run victory at Weaverham.
The visitors were first to bat and reached 193-7 after an outstanding 70 from Luca Heritage and good knocks from William Hockenhull (37) and Eddie Middleton (24).
Australian Lucas Fraser took 4-46 for the hosts.
Weaverham replied positively and eased their way to 91-2 before the loss of Rob Macmillan (24) resulted in a batting collapse.
The quartet of Rich Cooke (3-46), Ed Mason (3-41), Ed Middleton (2-21) and Guy Ford (2-22) proved to be the match-winners as they left Weaverham on 181 all out.
In Division Three, CASTROL earned a hard-fought draw when they visited top-of-the-table Over Peover.
The home side chose to bat first and the inspired Chris Hatfield (101) led them to 225-4. Damian Walters took 2-49.
In reply the Oilmen struggled and although Mike Flanagan (32) and Nishan Bhandary (24) scored some fine runs they could not reach their target and were forced to settle for a draw with 151-8.