CASTLE Sports followed up their Brunner Cup victory from the previous weekend by claiming their third consecutive Mid Cheshire Premier League title on Friday night.

A perfect score of 252-130 against Middlewich CC meant they claimed the title by 110 shots from their nearest rivals Wharton Cons.

Tom Vickers of Wharton Cons continued his impressive record of individual honours for the season by clinching the Premier League average prize.

In Section One, Crewe Post Office bounced back to the Premier League for next season by winning the league title and will be joined by Wharton Cons B.

Owley Wood A won the battle for the bragging rights in Weaverham, finishing above their B team in the league table. Dan Hazeldine of Crewe Post Office took the league average prize.

Tarporley A took the title in Section two whilst Shavington took the runners-up spot. David Johnson of Tarporley won the league averages in this section.

In Section Three, Norley B and A teams took the top two spots in the table respectively. Graham Carter of Wharton Rec won the league averages in this section.

Castle Sports C claimed the second league title for the David Street club in winning Section Four, where they took the title with Rudheath Sports C finishing in second place.

Gary Warren of Rudheath Sports was the winner of the league averages in this section.

There are still several games to play in Section Five, with the league games going on into mid-October. It looks like a fight between Castle Sports D, Hartford A and Cuddington to claim the league title in this section.

The semi-finals of the Whitby Cup were played on Monday night – Comberbach A played Owley Wood B while Wharton Cons A faced Norley B. The final will take place on Sunday, September 26.

The venue for the final will be advertised on the Mid Cheshire League website for anyone wanting to attend. Play will start at 2pm.

Paul Drinkwater and Robert Winnington won the Middlewich RBL pairs of Sunday evening, when they defeated Tom Vickers and Danny Nixon in the final 21-19.

Play continues at the Middlewich venue in their open singles on Saturday, with the final day taking place on Saturday, October 2.

The Mid Cheshire Federation team recorded an empathic victory against Mon Menai on Sunday afternoon.

Nine winners at the home and away venues gave the Mid Cheshire team a 26-6 victory.

They will now contest a championship decider against South Lancs on Sunday, October 3.