Audley bowler Arjun Annamalai recorded remarkable figures in their Under-13s Section Y win against Nantwich.
Annamalai picked up 7-1 from five overs to dismiss Nantwich for 40. Jacob Hall led the resistance with 14.
And Annamalai’s haul ensured that Audley wrapped up an easy win after they had posted 227-2 early on Sunday morning.
Billy Jones (51), Finley Beswick (51) and Elliot Westenborg (50) all hit half-centuries, while James Cox chipped in with 30.
But Audley’s impressive batting was then overshadowed by Annamalai’s stunning spell with the ball.
Newcastle & Hartshill executed a fine chase to defeat Porthill Park.
Porthill Park reached 160-5 on the back of Ryan Nolan’s 51, plus unbeaten efforts of 24 from Toby Davies and 22 from Esa Imran.
Vinnie Purcell took two wickets for Castle, before their batsmen delivered the goods.
Rohan Vallabhaneni (50) and Haris Abassi (46) led the way as Newcastle & Hartshill completed a six-wicket win, even though Davies claimed a couple of scalps.
Woore conceded their fixture against Meakins.
· THERE were some stellar bowling performances in Under-13s Section Z.
Hem Heath’s Ben Topley picked up 6-9 in his side’s draw with Longton, while Joe Hawkins claimed 5-0 in Moddershall & Oulton’s encounter with Whitmore.
At Hem Heath, the hosts reached 103-3 thanks to Charlie Lewis’ 36 and 34 from Topley.
It was Topley who then showcased his bowling ability to run through Longton, but the visitors managed to stave off defeat.
They eventually closed on 54-8 as James Degg (21no) put a halt to Topley’s quest to pocket the points for Hem Heath.
Meanwhile, Hawkins’ haul saw Whitmore close on 75-7 as they replied to the Modd youngsters’ 129-6.
Ahaan Gowda (21) and Charlotte Kirk (18) impressed for Whitmore.
Moddershall & Oulton’s innings had seen Liam Shone make 42 not out and Joe Walley added 30. Jai Ravish picked up a couple of wickets.
Little Stoke had the better of their draw at Stone SP.
Zak Mosam’s 53 was backed up by 50 apiece from Euan Irving and Seth Jones as Little Stoke piled up 190-1.
Stone SP fought valiantly in reply, though, and drew stumps on 54-5.
Toby Flower (15no) and Fraser Dimberline (14) ensured the home side managed to stave off the prospect of defeat.
· IN Under-13s Section X, Cheadle won on the road at Oakamoor.
Alfie Bonehill and Archie Pyatt both made 50 to power Cheadle to 160-5. Louie Welford also starred with 29, while there were two wickets for Ollie Carrington.
Sid Brindley replied with 36, but Rhys Brown (4-10) and Bonehill (3-1) teamed up to dismiss Oakamoor for 86.
Checkley drew at home with Leek.
Jack Farrington’s 50, which contained five fours, plus 39 each from Lorcan Potts and Freddie Jackson, guided Checkley to 164-2.
Leek replied with 65-3 to leave the match as a draw.
· BIGNALL End ran out eight-wicket winners in their Under-18s clash against Sandyford.
Sandyford were limited to 104-8, courtesy of Ahsam Zaroof’s 4-11 and a couple of victims from Matthew Waller. Rory Smith (32) took the batting plaudits, while Rory Hayden weighed in with 25.
Zaroof was then at the forefront of Bignall End’s chase as he made a rapid 55 not out, hitting seven fours and two sixes, and was backed up by Tom Myatt’s 21 to see the home side across the line.
Stone SP were winners on their visit to Longton.
Set 150 to win, EJ Laverty produced an epic innings to lead Stone SP to a six-wicket triumph.
Laverty blazed eight fours and 10 sixes in his 117 not out, off just 57 balls, to wrap up the spoils.
Harvey Ault had earlier top-scored with 53 in Longton’s 149-5, in which Jacob Garlick (23), Archie Doorbar (22) and Awais Ahmed (21) also impressed.
Hem Heath conceded their game against Porthill Park.
· IN the Under-13s eight-a-side league, Little Stoke and Leycett served up an entertaining match.
And it was Little Stoke who were left with the points after securing a thrilling three-run win.
Sky Hollinshead top-scored with 26 in Little Stoke’s 65 all out, which also featured 3-11 from Finley Waterhouse.
Isaac McDonald (17) and Jaden Malkin (13) led the Leycett reply, but two wickets apiece from Hollinshead and Sophie Betteley left them all out for 62.
Bagnall Norton won on their visit to Wood Lane. Codie Knight’s 14 not out was the top score in Wood Lane’s 61-5. Charlie Edge then made an unbeaten 34 to see Bagnall Norton to their target for the loss of one wicket.
Bignall End won by the same margin against Alsager.
Set 79 to win, George Clay (37no) and Bodie Clifton (22) led them past the post. Jacob Sussex had earlier made 11 not out in Alsager’s 78-5. Clifton took two wickets.
Porthill Park’s meeting with Stone SP ended in a draw.
Isaac Steventon’s 36, allied to 35 apiece from Louis Austin and Henry Woods, helped Porthill Park to 150-1.
Stone SP dug deep, however, and 11 apiece from Lucy Weaver and Tallulah Plant saw them close on 70-6. Alfie Legeckis took two wickets.