MOORFIELD sent visiting Aughton running for cover, bowling them for 27 in the Merseyside & Southport Alliance Division Two.
This was a club record although the Widnes side only needed to take nine wickets with one of the Aughton players unable to bat.
Neil Maher and Ste Dean claimed all the victims between them after opener Pete Donlan had top scored with 59 in the hosts' 203-7. Moorfield, who visit Croston this Saturday, claimed a 24-3pts victory.
But MOORFIELD 2ND were not so fortunate and will look for a return to winning ways in this Saturday's home game.
They went down by five wickets at Brom-borough Paints Merseyside Competition foes Prestatyn, after being skittled for 100.
RUNCORN'S run of good form in the Meller Braggins Cheshire League ended abruptly with a 34-run reversal at Marple - despite an all-round display from Steve Ollerenshaw.
He took four wickets to help dismiss Marple (six points) for 153, before Runcorn hit 119ao. The Moughland Lane men took six points.
Fellow Division One side ALVANLEY hauled themselves off the bottom by claiming nine points from a draw at Wilmslow.
Despite Nick Hawking taking 4-52 in 14 overs, the home side made 209-8 from their 45 with skipper Harris (92no) leading a recovery from 59-5.
Chris Fletcher, who had earlier executed a brilliant legside stumping, struck two sixes in his 28 but wickets fell as Alvanley chased with clouds gathering. Peter Pearce and Mike Sant secured the draw at 173-9. Grahame Smith (52no) successfully played anchorman as weakened ALVANLEY 2ND sneaked a three-wicket victory over Lindow.
Lindow had been restricted to 191-4 (45 overs) with Peter French taking 2-60. French scored 30no and Paul Ecclestone 22.
After a disastrous defeat at Stretton, KINGSLEY used strong team morale to crush Wilmslow Wayfarers in Division One of the Cheshire Building Society Cricket Alliance.
Bowling unchanged, Adrian Burden took 7-29 and Matty Ollier 2-3 to bowl out Wilmslow for only 72. Kingsley lost one wicket in reply.
Having been asked to take first knock by visiting Wilmslow, KINGSLEY 2ND lost two wickets in the first over.
Leatherland (66) and Kitchen (27) helped the score to take Kingsley to 136ao.
Wilmslow put 52 on for the first wicket and at 122-3, the game looked as good as over.
Six wickets fell for 10 runs - Ainsworth finishing with 6-14. But Wilmslow skipper Cooper stayed calm to hit the winning four.
FRODSHAM lost at Disley by 13 runs, despite a 48 from Williamson in their 166ao.