Crewe and Nantwich cricket round up

Crewe Guardian: Crewe and Nantwich cricket round up Crewe and Nantwich cricket round up

NANTWICH did their survival hopes no harm after beating Neston by 50 runs to consign the visitors to the Cheshire County ECB Premier League bottom two.

Number 10 batsman Ollie Griffiths was the star of the show for the home side with an unbeaten 31 that saw Nantwich recover from 131 for 8 to reach 168.

Frank Farrington, 29, and Liam Livingstone, 27, had earlier made some ground while Jack Goode chipped in with 18.

Griffiths took his fourth wicket when he bowled Paul Stimson to skittle Neston for 118, Stimson had proved Neston’s danger man with the ball with a five-wicket haul.

Goode and Jimmy Warrington added two wickets each while Ashley Shaw completed the rout.

Nantwich’s luck ran out in the National Club Championship on Sunday, however, when they were knocked out by Ormskirk in the Group Six semi-final.

Despite Warrington’s 3 for 18 Ormskirk reached 147, while Nantwich fell 36 runs short.

Wistaston eased to victory in the Cheshire Cricket Alliance Division One where they had Ellesmere Port back in the hut for 46.

Mike Kingdom enjoyed six wickets for the loss of 15 runs, while James Hogben’s nine-over spell produced a further three dismissals, leaving 10-man Ellesmere all out inside 20 overs.

Wistaston knocked off the required runs for the loss of two wickets, with an unbeaten Kingdom top-scoring on 15 and Paul Owen retiring on 13.

Haslington suffered a narrow one-run defeat against neighbouring Aston in the TACS Cricket Partnership Cheshire Cricket League Division Three.

After dismissing Aston for 121 with four wickets apiece for Tom Gledhill and Peter Davies, Ben Twemlow’s 40 knock lacked support and Haslington were skittled for 120.

Crewe Vagrants’ title charge continued with a 55-run win over Wedgwood in the North Staffs and South Cheshire League Championship Division Three A.

Mark Hurst, 24, Mick Coxon, 25, and Laiq Ur-Rehman, 21, put Vagrants on their way to 121 all out, before Shahid Mahboob took 7 for 30 to dismiss Wedgwood for 66.

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