BURY enjoyed a three-wicket victory against Greenfield in Greater Manchester Cricket League Premier Two last weekend.

Damario Goodman (4-40) and Sam Nolan-Massey (3-15) were the pick of the bowling attack as Greenfield were all out for 146 in the first innings.

Ali Hassan then top scored with 33 as Bury made 149-7 to take the win.

In a fairly tight local derby, Brooksbottom beat Stand by 21 runs in the same division.

Ashley Gowers (46) and Mohsan Iqbal (38) were in the runs as Brooksbottom made 246, with Dylan Faram taking 4-50 and Chris Williams 3-51 for Stand.

And they were also on form with the bat as Williams top scored with 75 and Faram chipped in with 40, Laurence Ollerton (51) also hitting a half-ton.

But Luke Sumner’s 5-64 helped bowl stand out for 225.

In the Premier Division, Woodbank lost by 90 runs against Egerton.

Hayden Goulstone (4-53) and Ryan Barker (3-37) kept Egerton to 173-9 but the chase fell apart with only Barker’s 30 a score of any note as Woodbank were all out for 83.

Walshaw also lost, by eight wickets against Roe Green.

Jack McClung’s 40 helped them total 112 but Roe Green coasted to 116-2 to seal the win.

Shivam Chauhan was the star for Prestwich with 6-66 and 89 runs in their six-wicket win against Astley and Tyldesley.

A&T were all out for 226 thanks to Chauhan’s ‘six-for’ before his knock, along with 47 not out from Michael Hudson, took Prestwich to 227-4.

Professional Asif Zakir (102) scored a century for Elton to help them to a 27-run triumph against Mottram.

Along with Robert Powell (49) and Kieran Grundy (42), Zakir helped Elton post 281-9 before he then took 3-74, supported by Thomas Booth (3-22) to restrict Mottram to 254-8.

In Division One, Edenfield (117) went down by 61 runs against Droylsden.

Dan Jenkins took 4-53 and Zane Gelsi 3-52 as Droylsden were all out for 178.

But only Edward Taylor (43) put up any score in a reply that fell short.

In Division Two A, Simon Carr took 6-57 for East Lancs Paper Mill and Louis Birmingham hit 45 but their 140 was way short of United Stars’ total of 235 in their 95-run defeat.

Radcliffe were also beaten, by 40 runs against Darcy Lever.

Darcy made 169-9 with three wickets apiece for Usama Siddiqui (3-42) and Muhammad Ashraf (3-14).

Ashraf then top scored with 28 but Radcliffe could only make 129.

Tottington St Johns had a better day with a 138-run victory against Heaton, thanks mainly to Niko Brooky’s knock of 106.

Bret Collins (49) and James Banicevich (45) also chipped in as Totty made 266 before Heaton were all out for 128.

In the Lancashire League Division One, Ramsbottom moved off the bottom with an eight-wicket victory over Middleton.

Professional Sen Muthusamy took 5-30 to help bowl Middleton out for 67.

Skipper Kieren Grimshaw hit 47 and Jonny Dack an unbeaten 15 after losing Tom Parton (0) to the second ball of the innings as Ramsbottom secured victory in the 12th over.

Opener Jack Harrison made 52, including six fours, in Greenmount’s 122 all out at Todmorden, with professional Will Bosisto taking 4-22 and Noah Priestley picking up 3-24 for the home side before rain prevented Todmorden from batting.