IT was another cracking weekend for Grappenhall Cricket Club, with all three senior teams victorious.

The firsts beat Timperley by three wickets as they survived the loss of late wickets to complete their chase of 195 for victory.

Skipper Pete Barnes led the run chase by scoring 45 and was ably supported by 41 from his brother Eddie, while Albert Pennington got Grappers home by hitting 38.

Earlier, Adam Roylance was the pick of the bowlers with four wickets as Timperley reached 194-9.

Having beaten neighbours Widnes in a T20 clash earlier in the week, the seconds completed a double with a tight one-wicket victory.

Mike Wildsmith hit the winning runs with just two balls to spare to complete the chase of 200 for victory.

Captain Graeme Rowlands had led the charge with a superb 52 along with Arran McCabe, who scored 36 having earlier taken two wickets with the ball as Widnes posted a decent 199-7 from their 50 overs.

The thirds were victorious at Elworth, chasing a victory target of 199 thanks in no small part to a superb century from Arthur Pennington.

Seventeen-year-old Zak Judge also made his maiden half-century as Grappers coasted home with eight overs to spare.