CASTROL continued their superb start to the season with a comfortable home victory over Port Sunlight on Saturday.
The Oilmen stormed to a 40-run triumph to claim their fourth win of the season and propel them to the top of Division Three.
Captain Mark Evans was happy with his side's display.
He said: 'That's four on the bounce now and there is now a level of self belief running through the team, morale and spirit is good, and if we could cut out the dropped catches these games would be over much sooner.
'I thought it was going to be a season of transition but as it turns out the guys who have come in and excelled and I see no reason why we can't carry this form on.'
Castrol won the toss and elected to bat but they were immediately forced onto the back foot as both Paul Benbow (0) and Mike Garvey (0) fell cheaply to leave them 5-2.
The disastrous start continued as Evans (1) fell soon after before Martin Flanagan restored some composure to the Oilmen's batting order with a series of fine shots.
Flanagan (19) helped steer his side towards the half century before both he and Byron Ward (0) fell to Crosby (4-39).
Darren Green (38) eased Castrol towards a more respectable innings total alongside Mike Caulfield (30).
Tail-enders Keith Garratt (0), Mark Ward (8) and Damian Walters (0no) saw Castrol through to a total of 110 all out.
In reply the visitors made a poor start and Nishan Bandary took a quickfire hat-trick to leave Sunlight on 4-4.
Evans, Martell and Graham all fell for ducks while Barnes (4) made little impact on the scoreboard.
Emmott (12) and Butterworth (10) restored some hope for the visitors before Bandary accounted for Jones (0) and Roberts (2).
Garvey (1-23) bowled out the stubborn Newton (17) before Bandary (7-24) completed a magnificent bowling display to remove Crosby (22) and lead Castrol to victory with Sunlight 70 all out.
Castrol took 21 points. Castrol face a trip to Alderley Park on Saturday.