WALLASEY bowler Matthew Keogh took 6-15 as Greg Beaver's side skittled Newton le Willows for just 34 runs in the Love Lane Liverpool Competition Premier Division.

Sumit Ruikar chipped in with 3-15 before Wallasey completed a thumping nine wicket win.

Steve Hird's 41 helped Birkenhead Park reach 116 all out at home against Northern before the visitors completed a six wicket victory. Khalid Wahbi took 3-29 for the hosts. 

New Brighton faced a tough trip to leaders Formby who declared on 269-6 off 47 overs. Luke Jones' 43 was the only score of note as the visitors replied with 150 all out. 

In Division Two, Caldy played on both Saturday and Sunday, picking up a win at Northop Hall in their first game after Asiri Gamage (3-21) and Mohammad Rafi (3-14) bowled the Welsh side out for 122. A nervous chase was helped by Umega Chaturanga's 64 as Caldy won by two wickets. 

On Sunday, Caldy hosted Hightown St Mary's with the hosts dismissed for 117 before the visitors completed a four wicket win. Chaturanga took 5-58. 

The previous day, Jehan Yahathugoda took 3-52 as Parkfield Liscard bowled out Hightown St Mary's for 170 but the Wirral side could only manage 76 all out in reply. 

The Cheshire Cup kicked off on Sunday with Wallasey's Harry Meehan hitting an unbeaten 101 in his side's 68 run victory over Oulton.

Mark Rowland hit 150 and Sam Beadsworth struck 86 as New Brighton thrashed Davenham by 214 runs.

New Brighton won a close clash at Urmston after Tom Anders' 4-47 restricted the hosts to 217-9 off their 40 overs before the visitors clinched a two wicket win.