CASTLE Private A extended a winning sequence to four matches in the Premier Division when they brushed aside Rudheath A on Friday.

The hosts returned 10 winners, including 21-10 successes for Jason Cornes, Andy Hamman and Steve Morrey.

John Lightfoot was a 21-5 victor, against Paul Mackie, for the visitors.

Wharton Cons A were comfortably better than their guests Hop Pole A, with the teams separated by 86 chalks on aggregate at the Tin Mission.

Comberbach A remain unbeaten, edging Alsager by 18 shots, while Middlewich Community Church won on their travels to Rudheath B.

Meadowbank A improved their position in Section One after a home success against neighbours Wharton Cons C.

Graham Done and David Dickenson won to single figures.

Frodsham Red Lion B lost ground after losing at Winsford Cons A, for whom Viv Raddy was a 21-3 winner.

Meanwhile Owley Wood A’s road trip to Barnton Cricket Club A ended in defeat too, by a 19-shot margin.

In Section Two, Castle Private C still have an unblemished record after seven weeks.

Their latest success, at home to Coppenhall, included a 21-4 victory for Helen Brewin.

Hazel Pear A lead the chasing pack following a comfortable home win against Rudheath C, while Kelsall A – with 242 – were the division’s highest scorers against Hazel Pear B.

George Higgins was the pick of Moulton RBL A’s winners in their success at Davenham B.

Leaders Crosstown B dropped only seven chalks in an emphatic home victory against Lostock Graylams, by 245-159, in Section Three.

Wharton Rec are the best of the rest so far, although they were pushed by Davenham C before winning by 21 points on aggregate.

There was a close encounter in the same division at Limes, where the hosts sneaked to victory by a slender three-chalk margin against Tarporley RBL A.

Hop Pole B’s lead at the Section Four summit is starting to look ominous after they recorded a fifth successive win.

Crowton were on the receiving end of a 101-point humbling.

Rudheath D were separated by a single chalk from Owley Wood B, while Delamere returned home from Moulton RBL B as narrow three-point victors.

Owley Wood C lead the way in Section Five after seeing off Barnton Cricket Club D, while closest-rivals Cuddington B made light work of Tarporley RBL B.

Castle Private D won at Davenham D, while Meadowbank B were impressive winners at Lions of Over Park.