KINGSLEY'S second string continued their unbeaten start to the season with a fantastic win at home to Bun-bury.
The away side won the toss and made good use of the flat wicket to reach 188-6 off 48 overs.
But Kingsley produced a solid batting response to win the match on 189-3.
CHESTER BOUGHTON HALL seconds proved why they are champions with a dominant batting display against Widnes.
Jonty Hedgecoe (70), Tom Ducker (115) and Phil Thomas (91no) were in ruthless form as they declared a score of 294-2.
The visitors responded well on 91-1 but when Hall introduced 14-year-old legspinner Olly Law they soon found themselves up against it as he produced some superb deliveries to finish on 1-12 from eight overs. Widnes wilted and succumbed to skipper Pete Cluderay's 4-19 off 13 overs.
Chester's thirds amassed 269-9 in their match at home to Neston thirds but the away side battled hard and clinched a draw with 177-5 in reply.
CHESTER COUNTY OFFICERS seconds powered to a six-wicket win at Ellesmere Port.
The home side could manage only 164-9, allowing the Officers to clinch victory with 165-4.
TATTENHALL seconds maintained their 100% record with a convincing win at home to Old Parkonians.
Martin Dowell hit a magnificent 107no to lead his side to 222-3 and their lead was never threatened as the visitors crashed to 142ao.
ALVANLEY seconds travelled to Lindow and restricted the home side to 163-9 on a green track. The in-form Alvanley batsmen powered to victory with more than 10 overs to spare for the loss of only three wickets. John Farmer top scored with 75 and was well supported by Chris Charles (43) and Mike Sant (30no).
On a batsman's paradise at Little Heath, MALPAS opted for first use against CHRISTLETON.
But despite perfect conditions they could reach only 142ao.
The home side made a slow start in reply, scoring 22-2, but an impressive display by Phil Tidy (72) saw them clinch victory on 144-4.
But there was disappointment for CHRISTLETON thirds as they slumped to defeat at Elworth.
OULTON PARK'S second XI slumped to defeat against Upton seconds despite notching 219-8. Upton made 225-5.
Oulton Park's third team won at Nantwich, making 170-8 (Ian Murray 39, Paul Murray 29no) in response to the hosts' 169ao.