LEWIS Porter and Ian Hall each got among the wickets as Grappenhall Cricket Club enjoyed a clean sweep of victories at the weekend.

The first XI dispatched visiting Urmston with ease, winning by five wickets to make it eight league wins on the bounce.

Urmston were bowled out for just 140 with Hall and Porter picking up three wickets apiece.

In response, Grappers chased down the total with 20 overs to spare, for the loss of five wickets.

Captain Pete Barnes carried his bat for 61 not out to see Grappers comfortably home.

The firsts still sit second, 10 points behind Cheadle in the race for the Cheshire County Cricket League Division One title.

Grappers' second XI won at Marple by 45 runs.

They posted a par score of 177 all out in 49 overs, with opener Daniel Atkins top scoring with a run-a-ball 61.

Marple's response struggled from the off as the Grappers attack dominated.

Matt Titchard picked up five wickets as Marple were rolled for 132.

On Sunday the third XI climbed to fourth in the table after beating North East Cheshire by 50 runs in a run fest.

Grappers posted a massive 241-5 wickets off their 40 overs, with Ben Clissold and Yuvan Sunderamoorthy passing 50 and both Zak Judge and Stan Pennington not out in the 40s.

It was always a tough ask for the opposition as they were bowled out for 191, with Fameesh Azeez adding to his growing wicket hall with another three wickets.

To cap off an excellent weekend, the club's junior teams also won on Sunday morning.