A CENTURY from Martin Huxley made it five wins out of five for Saughall as they retained top spot in Division Two.
Fourth-placed visitors Trinity won the toss and elected to bat first, but Mike Andrews (2-55) dismissed both Harries (45) and Twidell (38) either side of the drinks break before Les Perkins claimed 4-26 off a miserly spell.
The quick bowling of Lawrence Gotts (2-41) on his return to the team was also key as Trinity ended on 216-8.
In Saughall’s reply, James Huxley (13) feathered behind early on but Dipak Jena (23) set the wheels of recovery in motion. It was Martin Huxley, though, who proved to be the hero for Saughall.
His superb innings came to a close when he drove to cover for 103, leaving Saughall in a strong position.
Saughall’s primary school teachers, Adam Griffiths (49no) and James Martin (10no), gave a lesson in composure as the Chester team won with 10 balls to spare, finishing on 217-4.
In Division One, there was disappointment for FRODSHAM as they lost to Disley by 121 runs. Disley scored 178-9 (Matty Williamson 4-39) before Frodsham were bowled out for 57.
In Division Three, CAPENHURST went down by five wickets at home to Appleton 2nds.
Cape were all out for 104 and Appleton reached their target for the loss of five wickets.