ASTON failed to cash in on their bowlers' good work after dismissing Wilmslow Wayfarers for just 92 in their Division One match.
Glynn Davies picked up 6-21, including a hat-trick, while Andrew Leese claimed 3-11.
In reply Aston, missing some key batsmen, could only make 70 (Will Dawson 17) as F Shahzah returned an excellent 8-32.
In Division Two, Bunbury cruised to a nine-wicket home win over Kingsley who were restricted to just 93 as B Harris took 4-37 and S Wilgoose 4-32. Bunbury made 94-1 in reply with L Heritage unbeaten in 65.
Wistaston lost by three wickets in a lowscoring home game with Trinity. The home side were dismissed for 52 (S Wilkinson 6-18) and Trinity scraped home on 54-7 Audlem had a busy weekend with two league games.
On Saturday, they drew with fellow relegation battlers Mossley. Mossley made 199 as J Siddorns snaffled 4-51 and Audlem battled through the overs to draw the game with a battling 130-8 (G Seddon 37, T Measures 28 and A Capper 20).
They also drew Sunday's duel at home to Glazebury. After making 227-5 (A Capper 67, M Bishton 51 no, S Swallow 31 no, T Measures 33), Audlem could only pick up six wickets as Glazebury set out their stall for a draw (J Siddorns 3-42, A Jinks 2-45).