LEAGUE action commences for our local teams on Saturday in the Cheshire County Cricket League.

Toft open their campaign away to Grappenhall in the ECB Premier League, while in the same division Alderley Edge will be visiting Didsbury – with both matches starting at noon.

Mobberley head to Bollington in first XI Division Two, again getting going at noon.

The Toft second XI will be at home to Brooklands, also a noon start, in the second XI Premier Division.

And Toft’s 3a team will be on the road against Langley in Division C South/Central.


KNUTSFORD Rugby Club’s family fun day on Sunday, May 14, from 10.30am, will be bigger than previously and have more activities than ever before.

Massive bouncy castles and assault courses, zorbing, Sale Sharks players doing presentations and photos will be just some of the features.

Entry will be £3 or £10 for a family of four.

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ONE team stood out above the rest in the Joanne Morley Junior Challenge held at Sale Golf Club.

The Styal Golf Club A team quartet of Luca Davies, Joel and Zach Norcross and Wilf Simcock came out on top with a 101 score.

The other teams in the mix were Styal B, Ringway, Sale, Disley, Hartford and Jai’s Juggernauts.

Bobby Moore (Reddish Vale GC) was the winner of the Joanne Morley Trophy, with an excellent haul of 40 points. He finished two points clear of Luca Davies.

Nearest the pin for boys on the third hole was won by Zach Norcross.

Meanwhile, a seniors stableford at Styal was won by Steve Weaver, 36, from Paul Hill and Mel Mason, both 33, and John Mosedale and Jim Stokoe, both 32.

Anton Bardsley was the main man in the Sunday stableford at Styal, posting 39 from Sam Pearson and David McKee, both 38, and Damian Moran, 37.

The Friday Frolics at Styal saw James Thomas on top with 21 from Matt Trainor, 19, and Tom Greenhalgh led in three players on 14.

The Saturday 15-hole stableford at Styal saw junior Wilf Simcock top division one with 35 from Max Henshall and another top junior Cole Brown, both 34.

Jack Melville was the main man in division two with 35 from William Geddis, 34, and Joel Norcross, Jacob Thorp, Martin Finney and Chris Littler, all 33.

Alderley Edge’s men played the sixth round of the Simister Cup and Duncan McPherson led in with 40, two more than Tony Griffin and Steve Smith.