Two centuries were the feature of Prestwich’s sizeable run chase at Glodwick in the GMCL Premier Division.

Muhammad Mohsin scored a-run-a-ball 104 in Glodwick’s 259-7, but Danny Pawson’s knock of 139 from 110 balls including seven sixes saw Prestwich home with 17 balls remaining.

Woodbank picked up a relatively routine win in a low-scoring game at Astley & Tyldesley.

The hosts were all out for just 75, Sibtain Raza Shah taking 6-26 while Ryan Barker did the rest with 4-7.

Woodbank lost five wickets in the chase but got over the line in 21 overs.

In Premier 2, Stand won for the second time in the league this season with a three-wicket win at Bury, chasing down the target of 126, Chris Williams making 56 as Alex Breckin took 5-49.

Walshaw went down to a 35-run defeat at Glossop, Will Hargreaves taking 6-35 to help bowl out the visitors for 156. Shabnan Ali took 5-37 for Walshaw.

Championship action was dominated by high-scoring games.

Elton and Brooksbottom both defended scores of more than 250 despite their opponents, Stayley and Uppermill respectively, passing the 200 mark in their chases.

Two of the performances of the day came from professional Asif Zakir, who made an unbeaten 153 in Elton’s 285-5, and Mohsan Iqbal, who took 7-24 in Brooksbottom’s win.

Edenfield went down to a three-wicket defeat at home to Swinton Moorside.

Brett Collins hit 132 to lead Totty St Johns to a 96-run win over East Lancs Paper Mill in Division 2A.

Radcliffe went down to a 62-run defeat at Roe Green 2s, the hosts now 11 points clear at the top of the table.

Unsworth lost by 83 runs against Monton 2s in Division 3W despite 5-44 for Mark Patten.

In the Lancashire League, Ramsbottom ran Walsden all the way before the leaders got over the line for a four-wicket win.

Elliott Gilford made a quick-fire 27 not out to help his side to victory with an over to spare.

It overshadowed the efforts of Daryn Smit who had smashed 111 from 63 balls for Rammy.

In Division Two, Greenmount, joint-third, were 81-run winners at Rishton.

Lewis Dove was the star of the show, scoring 63 not out and taking 5-58.