TATTENHALL 2nds rubbed Salt into home side Mobberley's wounds after being asked to bat first.
Tim Salt's superb 114no was the highlight of the innings, followed closely by Ian Richards' half-ton as Tattenhall set a target of 227-4.
In reply, the visitors' bowlers were as dynamic as the batsmen. Tom Green returned figures of 5-19 and, aided by Tim Gray (3-11), they bowled Mobberley for 82.
CHESTER BOUGHTON HALL 2nds came out on top in a thrilling 400-run match at Timperley 2nds. The hosts took advantage of some wayward bowling to post 200-9, with Dan Riley taking four wickets.
But with the bat, Hall were ruthless, Callum Rigby scoring 40 and veteran Barry Metcalf carving 75no to take Hall to victory on 201-4.
Jamie Ducker's table-topping 3rds continued their progress in league and cup. First up was Timperley 3rds at home. Ducker put them into bat and his team then bowled them for just 81 on a damp track, Grant Goodwin taking 2-28, Pete Cluderay 2-6 and Jack Williams 3-14.
In reply, Bobby Evans was dismissed for 23 to spark a mini-collapse which saw Hall slip to 50-3, then 72-6.
But Williams and Goodwin saw their side home to a four-wicket win despite good bowling from Timperley's former Boughton Hall player Alan Rothwell (3-22).
On Sunday, Boughton Hall played Upton in the cup. This time Hall batted first and scored 231-8, Tom Evans hitting 51, Max Temple 52 and Andy Pembroke - despite having a broken finger - 53.
Hall's bowlers then had Upton at their mercy at 12-2 but eased off and allowed their opponents to reach 197ao, skipper Ducker taking 3-14 as Chester advanced to the semi-finals.
The Killoran brothers stole the show for Boughton Hall 4ths in their encounter with Timperley 4ths. Nine-year-old Harry Killoran took 5-6 while older brother Joe took 2-22 as Hall skittled Timperley for 111. In reply, Hall scored 112-4 with key contributions from Ed Mitchell (23no) and Cliff Mallows (21no).
CHRISTLETON 2nds beat Bramhall 2nds convincingly after the visitors posted 178ao at Little Heath. Wareing and Baker were the pick of the bowlers with 4-65 and 4-26 respectively.
Chris Hollindale then scored 106no for Christleton including six sixes as the Chester side won in 42 ove r s.
MALPAS 2nds faced CHOLMONDELEY 2nds and left them reeling for just 43 all out. Martin Punnett took 4-13, assisted by captain Robbie McWilliams (3-10) and Danny Lloyd (3-13).
Malpas eased home with Mark Jones scoring 24no.