CHRISTLETON seconds kept themselves firmly in the promotion picture with a win at Bollington.
Bollington batted first and opening bowlers Greg Malkin (2-46) and Jimmy Dathan (3-33) hit the hosts hard early on.
Steve Jackson bagged 2-24 as Bollington were all out for just 127.
Chris Brooks (42no) and Richard Morgan-Jones (43no) saw the Chester side to a winning 128-3.
KINGSLEY seconds continued their unbeaten start to the season with a fine win against Aston.
Batting first, Kingsley managed to reach 198-5 off 40 overs, leading to an early declaration. J Burton (70no) batted superbly and had great support from Harrison who smashed a quick-fire 46 off 21 balls.
Kingsley bowled Aston out in the 41st over for 161, collecting a maximum 25 points.
CHESTER BOUGHTON HALL seconds continued their winning ways at home to Didsbury despite fielding an inexperienced side.
Hall battled to a relatively respectable 154 all out (Max Temple 45, Nick Massey 37) and then had Didsbury reeling at 29-5.
The hosts wrapped up a comfortable win thanks to good bowling from captain Pete Cluderay (3-28), Massey (2-20), debutant Andy Millington (2-7) and Olly Law (2-29).
Youth was also to the fore as Doug Ramsay's thirds continued their push for promotion at Warrington.
The home side were bowled out for 154 in 42 overs (Jack Williams 6-58, Dave Fisher 2-12).
In reply, 14-year-old Ben Williams (50) and 17-year-old Martin Lamb (47no) sealed victory in 26 overs.
Chester's only losing team at the weekend were their fourths, who went down at Filkins Lane to Timperley.
OULTON PARK seconds just edged their match - 15-11 on points - against Bowdon. Jimmy Guest hit 69 and Steve Yates 58 in their 232-7 to which Bowdon's response was 202-6 (Ben Kettle 4-62, Guest 2-68).
Oulton thirds (160-8, Ian Murray 39, Paul Murray 29) beat Nantwich thirds (158ao). TATTENHALL seconds claimed victory at Prestbury.
Put in, they scored 214 (Matt Williams 61, Martin Dowell 52, Richard Sadler 35). Prestbury were bowled out for 163 (Keith Owen 6-33, Tom Green 4-39).
CHESTER COUNTY OFFICERS' second string triumphed at BUNBURY, who made 217-6.
CCO skipper Steve Holland then hit 95 and Declan Hickey 65 as the visitors reached 218-7.