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Frodsham go down by six wickets at home

FRODSHAM lost by six wickets at home to Offerton in the UKFast Cheshire Cricket League.
Asked to bat after losing the toss, they reached 118-8 in 40 overs, opener Matt Williamsobn top scoring with 32.
The visitors lost a quick wicket to Matt Deakin, who finished with 2-20, but coasted to 121-4 with eight overs to spare.
Frodsham 2nd travelled to Toft where they were asked to bat first and totalled 104-7 in 40 overs.
Opener Nick Corless hit 21 and Dave Halliwell 38 not out.
The Knutsford side’s openers hit off the runs without difficulty to claim victory by 10 wickets.

Kingsley travelled to Oakmere where they put the home side in and restricted them to 148-9 in 40 overs.
Charlie Loy bowled well to take 4-22 and there were two wickets each for Martyn Jenks and Alistair Begg.
Kingsley’s reply started well and at 96-2 looked hopefull. But after that there was a collapse and they could only muster 134. Haris Yassin was the mainstay of the innings with 57.
It was a disappointing day for Kingsley 2nd too when they lost by six wickets at home to Oxton.
Asked to bat first they were all out for 111, Edward Leneghan 34 and Ben Southworth 36.
The visitors lost four wickets reaching their target with plenty of time to spare. Joe Kitchen and Jason Taylor took two wickets each.
Alvanley won an exciting match at home to Haslington.
The visitors elected to bat first and were bowled out for 140, Stephen Charles taking 5-41 and Michael Rowlands 3-13. Alvanley took the honours with their last pair at the wicket. Simon Gee top scored with 32.
But it was a different story on Sunday when, in a rearranged match, Alvanley were humiliated at Lindow.
The home side batted first and hit 248-4. Alvanley were then rolled over for 49 in the 22nd over, with opener Arthur Brummit, 16, the only batsman to reach double figures.
Alvanley 2nd had a narrow victory at Haslington, dismissing the hosts for 108 and then scraping home with two wickets to spare.
Pick of the Alvanley bowlers was Charlie Fletcher with 6-46 while Tom Kenton took the batting honours with an unbeaten 40.

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