A YOUNG Christleton seconds were home winners over Bradbury.
Good early bowling pinned Bredbury back and the visitors were eventually bowled out for 147 (Dave Graham 2-49, Richard Morgan-Jones 2-23, Steve Jackson 2-13, Brian Wareing 2-13).
Christleton responded with 149-5 (Chris Hollindale 31, Rob Morrey 25).
Christleton thirds defeated hosts Nantwich by 62 runs.
Late positive contribu -tions from Mike Wyatt, Charlie Wild and Russ Anderson took the Chester team's score to 180.
Nantwich struggled and were 118ao (Willy Lamb 2-7, Russ Anderson 2-7).
Nantwich seconds provided the opposition for BOUGHTON HALL'S second string.
The visitors' 249-6 off 45 overs could have been more had it not been for Chester spinners Olly Law (3-80 off
17) and Andy Millington (1-18). Hall were 82 all out.
The top-of-the-table clash between Chester's thirds and fourths at Filkins Lane ended in a four-wicket win for the thirds.
ALVANLEY seconds continued their run of good form by winning at home to CASTROL. Having restricted the visitors to 142, Alvanley cantered home, led by Ian Charles with 68.
TATTENHALL seconds won at home to Runcorn.
Put into bat, they made 211-7 (Tim Salt 94no) before bowling out their opponents for 179no (Myles Davison 5-46, Bob Knight 3-57).
Holders OULTON PARK had little trouble beating Alderley Edge at Little Bud-worth in Sunday's Cheshire Cup quarter-final.
The visitors were dismissed for 183 (John Davies 5-42) and an unbeaten 78 from Danny Leech saw his side home at 185-3.
Semi-final draw: Neston v Hyde (provisionally on Sunday), Oulton Park v Poynton (on Sunday, August 20).
NESTON beat Oxton by seven wickets in a re-arranged Cheshire under 21 Cup quarter-final.
Oxton scored 158 and Neston replied with 159-3.