MID-CHESHIRE: Wharton to close the gap

MID-CHESHIRE: Wharton to close the gap

MID-CHESHIRE: Wharton to close the gap

First published in Sport Northwich Guardian: Photograph of the Author by , Senior Sports Writer

WHARTON Cons A were the biggest winners in the Premier League on Friday, restricting Shavington to a collective total of 102 at the Tin Mission.

The Winsford outfit posted 241, leaving them 30 chalks adrift of champions Castle Private A.

Beaten for the first time this term by Comberbach A last week, the pacesetters returned to winning ways at home to Frodsham Red Lion A.

Comberbach A lost on the road too, at Hop Pole.

Crewe PO, another side to receive a first blemish on their results record seven days earlier, dropped only seven chalks in an emphatic success against Crosstown A in Section One.

There were home victories too for Comberbach B, Davenham A and Frodsham Red Lion C.

In Section Two, Wharton Cons C improved their position in the table following a 96-point defeat of Rudheath B – who started the contest in third place.

Alsager Institute have the highest average, with 100 chalks the difference between their total and that of guests Spinner & Bergamot A on Friday.

The leading trio in Section Three are separated by 11 chalks.

Coppenhall WMC, conquerors of Tarporley RBL A, lead the way with Limes and Winnington A – who scored 213 at Lostock Greylams only to lose – close behind.

Rudheath C did a demolition job on Crowton, who returned a single winner at the Middlewich Road green.

Davenham B lost at Winsford Cons C in Section Four, but hang on to top spot.

Barnton CC B, beaten at Meadowbank B, and Comberbach C are at the head of the chasing pack.

Delamere recorded an away victory, by 52 chalks, at Winnington B.

Neighbours Beech Tree B and Barnton CC C occupy the promotion places, for now, in Section Five after home victories against Rudheath D and Lostock respectively.

Cuddington B, in fifth place, toasted success away from home at Tarporley RBL B.

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