TOTTINGTON St Johns bowler Liam Hickson took all but one wicket to help his side to a three-wicket win against Daisy Hill in the Greater Manchester Cricket League Division Two A.

His incredible haul of 9-45 restricted Daisy to 156 all out before Totty totalled 158-7 in reply.

In the Premier Division, Shivam Chauhan (58) and Dan Pawson (48) top scored as Prestwich scored 192 and then Ryan Maddock took 5-57 to restrict Heyside to 93 and seal a 99-run win.

Woodbank also won, by 112 runs against Denton St Lawrence (59).

Opener William Turner hit 51 as Woodbank scored 171 before Ryan Barker (4-17) and Jack Wynn (4-39) did the damage with the ball.

Saif Bhojani top scored with 37 not out as Walshaw made 121-9 but despite Shabnan Ali’s 3-20, they lost by three wickets as Edgworth reached 125-7

In Premier Two, Brooksbottom scored 178 to beat Bury 140 by 38 runs.

Luke Sumner scored 52 while Bury’s Sam Nolan-Massey took 6-44 in the first innings.

Bury’s D’Angelo Springer scored 33 and Mohsan Iqbal took 3-25 in the second innings.

Elsewhere, Stand could only manage 51 before Glossop coasted to 52-1 to seal a nine-wicket victory.

In the Championship, Elton (87) suffered a 114-run defeat against Stretford (201-8), despite Kieran Grundy’s 3-73

In a low-scoring Division One affair, Edenfield scored 42-1 to beat Oldham (39-9), Dan Jenkins taking 6-18 and Paul Gallagher scoring 29 in the reply.

Radcliffe chalked up a 98-run win against East Lancs Paper Mill.

They scored 159-9 with ELPM’s Louis Birmingham taking 3-30 but his side could only reach 61 all out in reply, Usama Siddiqui getting 6-12 for Radcliffe.

In Division Three West, Unsworth lost by 64 runs against Bolton Indians.

Ketan Patel scored 34no for Bolton as they scored 134, with Khalil Yaqoob (4-34) the pick of the bowlers.

Saqib Jalil (30) top scored in an Unsworth reply of 70, Jit Patel (4-19) supported by Sanchit Goel (3-19) in the bowling attack.

In Lancashire League Division One, Greenmount fell to a seven-wicket defeat at home to Norden.

Andy Kerr top scored with 81, including four fours and three sixes, in Greenmount’s 163 all out, with professional Chesney Hughes the next highest scorer with 14. Greg Butterworth took 3-46 for Norden.

Josh Tolley hit an unbeaten 69 to lead Norden home in the 28th over.

Ramsbottom won for the first time, beating Rochdale by 102 runs at Redbrook.

A fifth-wicket stand of 138 between professional Sen Muthusamay, who hit 79, and Harry Caton, who made a career best 90 from 74 balls, helped Ramsbottom post 242-6 after they had struggled to 67-4.

Opener Jonny Dack also made 18 before Dan Pyke took 3-22 to help bowl Rochdale out for 140.