ASTON captain Derek Wright hit a fine half-century as his team triumphed over Wistaston by five wickets in Division One, on Saturday.
Batting first at the Brittles, Wistaston posted a reasonable 180 all out, having been 56-6 at one point.
Brothers Chris and Neil Townsend both scored 48, but next highest was captain Paul Owen (13) as Andy Leese plundered 6-63.
Wright (50) and A Bradshaw (52) saw the visitors on their way with a second wicket partnership of 124, and Aston made a winning total of 181-5. Julian Cotton's eight overs for Wistaston cost just 19 runs.
Also in Division One, Bunbury suffered a seven-wicket loss at Stalybridge St Paul's. The visitors were bowled out for 197 with Simon Lamb (54) and Nick Swinbank (37). Stalybridge won with 198-3.
Sandbach had to settle for a draw when Ellesmere Port visited.
The hosts were bowled out for 243 with Steve Buschenfeld (57), Chris Tomlinson (44) and Jon Fox (35). In reply, Ellesmere Port reached 153-8 with James Oddy returning figures of 4-50.
In Division Two, Audlem went down by six wickets at Langley. They made first use with 160-9, D Parry (68 not out). Langley won with 162-4.
On Sunday, Wistaston 2nds beat Audlem 2nds by eight wickets in a cup fixture. Audlem mustered just 101 all out, with Wistaston's, Richard Barlow (3-33), Andrew Jones (2-18), Josh Allwood (2-32) and Chris Trahair (3-14) in good form.
Rain intervened leaving Wistaston a revised total of 52 from 20 overs to win, which they comfortably reached with 52-2 (Josh Allwood 25 not out, Dave Powell 14).