ARRAN McCabe took five wickets as Grappenhall Cricket Club made it seven league wins in a row.

McCabe's 5-36 in his eight overs helped to reduce home side Congleton to 108 in what proved to be a seven-wicket success in Cheshire County Cricket League Division One.

Ian Hall and Eddie Barnes also picked up three and two wickets respectively.

Grappers' response with the bat was pretty straight forward as they coasted home for the loss of only three wickets.

Albert Pennington was the pick of the batters, scoring 50 off just 34 balls.

Skipper Pete Barnes finished on 35 not out.

The seconds lost heavily at home to Didsbury as a depleted side was rolled for just 66 after the visitors posted a formidable 224 for 7.

Sunder Yousaf picked up two wickets for Grappers and both Russell Walker and Steve Rooney scored 25 apiece.

The thirds also lost heavily to Didsbury on Sunday, rolling for 94 in response to Didsbury's 217 all out.

Leg spinners Zak Judge and Fameesh Azeez both picked up four wickets apiece for Grappers, with Shlok Ramakrishnan top scoring with the bat with 24.