CHRISTLETON 2nds produced another good performance to beat Grappenhall.
After both Grappenhall openers were dismissed with 42 runs on the board, Christleton's bowlers caused problems, restricting their opponents to 162-8 (Jim Dathan 4-47).
The target was reached easily as Andy Heyland blasted 73, including four sixes and seven other boundaries.
CHESTER BOUGHTON HALL 2nds were skittled after Widnes posted 224-7 (Robin Fisher 2-48, Bobby Evans 4-34).
In reply, Hall reached just 153 all out and at one stage were 3-2, openers Callum Rigby and George Robinson both out without scoring. Evans made 59 before being run out and Andy Leech hit 60.
Hall 3rds beat Warrington after Jonty Hedgecoe scored 69 and Tom Evans and Max Temple 30 each to finish on 217.
Warrington were then 102ao, skipper Jamie Ducker picking up 5-26.
Hall's fourth team lost to Macclesfield. Batting first, made just 106ao (Jack McKenzie 24, Ian Thistlewood 32), but Macclesfield reached 107-1 (Dave Fisher 1-12).
MALPAS 2nds travelled to Davenham, with a team reduced to nine due to late cry-offs, but still pulled off a magnificent win.
Taking first bat they responded well, Henry Wilson-Theaker scoring 75 and Seb Neal 50 as Malpas were all out for 156.
With the odds stacked against them Malpas, through Martin Punnett (4-32), newcomer Dan Williams (4-50) and Wilson-Theaker (2-52), triumphed as Davenham were stopped on 137 to give Malpas a 19-run win.