PRESTWICH’S Dan Pawson top scored with 80 to help steer his side to a 40-run win against Walshaw in Greater Manchester Cricket League’s Premier Division.

His was supported by Aaryaman Roy (48) as Prestwich batted first and made 186 despite wickets for Walshaw’s Shahrukh Khan (4-30), Shabnan Ali (3-53) and Bobby Naeem (3-31).

In reply, Adam Stansfield scored 46 but Nathan Bailey’s 3-47 helped despatch Walshaw for 146.

Woodbank also won, by seven wickets against Roe Green in a low-scoring affair.

The hosts were out for 87, Chalana De Silva with 4-19 for Woodbank before opener William Turner top scored with 22 as his side reached 88-3.

In Premier Two, all three local sides were beaten, Brooksbottom suffering the heaviest by 199 runs at Heaton.

Jonny Lees took 2-56 as Heaton made 310-4 but only Dom Gowers (30) got near a score in the reply of 111.

It was closer at Heywood as Bury lost by just 13 runs after Dominic Morris’ 68 not out saw them fall just short on 182-9. Heywood had earlier made 195-8.

Chris Williams took 6-48 for Stand to help bowl Bradshaw out for 137 but only Laurence Ollerton (25) put up any resistance as Stand fell short on 115 to lose by 22 runs.

In the Championship, professional Asif Zakir hit an unbeaten 122 and Kieran Grundy scored 43 as Elton made 249-6 against Winton.

Gareth Edwards (3-32) and Steven Filkins (3-33) then helped dismiss Winton for 141 to seal a 108-run triumph.

Edenfield won in Division One by 11 runs at Stayley.

Alfie Taylor made 31 as they scorfed 135 and then Andrew Rushton (5-46) and Zane Gelsi (3-19) helped skittle the hosts out for 124.

In Division Two A, Tottington St Johns scored 198 to win by 137 runs against Worsley.

Niko Brooky hit 47 for Totty before Mike Burns returned incredible figures of 5-10 off 11 overs and Liam Hickson chipped in with 3-30 as Worsley closed on 61-9.

East Lancs Paper Mill lost by 79 runs against Heaton seconds who made 136 despite 3-26 from Ryan Wilkes.

ELPM’s Ian Wade made 20 but his side were skittled for just 57.

Usama Siddiqui took 3-21 but could not help Radcliffe (68) avoid a four-wicket defeat to Adlington (69-6).

In the Lancashire League, centuries by Tom Parton and Kieren Grimshaw helped Ramsbottom reach the Worsley Cup quarter-finals after a 197-run win against Bacup.

Parton batted through the innings to finish with a fine unbeaten 114 in his first match since returning from three years in Australia.

He and skipper Grimshaw (102) put on 153 for the second wicket.

Professional Sen Muthusamy then hit a 41-ball 51 as Ramsbottom closed on 313-5.

Muthusamy then picked up 6-26 and Grimshaw 4-24 to dismiss Bacup for 116.

In the league, they dropped to bottom spot in Division One after a six-wicket defeat by Burnley.

Muthusamy made 36 in Ramsbottom’s 139-9 before Jack Thomond took 4-34 but it was too late to prevent defeat.

Greenmount moved up two places after a nail-biting one-wicket win at Middleton, Evan Williams taking 4-35 to restrict Middleton to 185-9 before a solid knock of 43 in the reply.