FRODSHAM picked up their second league win of the season – thanks to a superb bowling performance.
Batting first at Burton, on the Wirral, Frodsham could only post a modest 109-9 from 40 overs.
But when the home side batted, they were rolled over for a meagre 37 in 18.5 overs. Not one batsman got into double figures.
Doing the damage were Matt Deakin, 5-16 and Jack McGrogan, 4-18 while Jamie London picked up the remain wicket.
Frodsham 2nd lost at home to Appleton after batting first and reaching 159-7 in 40 0vers.
Skipper Andrew Graham top-scored with 28 and there were useful knocks from Neil Duffy and Andy Burgess, 21 each.
Neil Duffy took 2-36 when Appleton batted, but the home side reached l63-4 to win the game.
Kingsley lost by just seven runs in an exciting game at North East Cheshire.
The home side batted first and were all out for 104. Patrick Phelan to 3-20 and Martyn Jenks 3-26.
Despite the modest target, Kingsley were dismissed for 97 – and would have been even more embarrassed but for a lively 28 not out from last man Jenks.
Kingsley 2nd lost by 62 runs at home to Maritime.
The visitors batted first and were all out for 209. Patrick Nicklin took 3-39 and there were two wickets each for Steven Forster and veteran Anthony Alderman.
Kingsley were bowled out for 137 despite a fighting 50 from Kingsley Warman.