Park captain Phill Amatiello won the toss and elected to bowl, and Winnington made the perfect start – Stu Moniz had Tim Laughton caught on the boundary with the first ball of the game.
But it was downhill from there as the next batsman in, Jason Hanaghan, went on to make 109. He was supported by Rick Laughton (48) as Langley posted an impressive total of 219-6 from their 45 overs.
It’s the highest batting score against Winnington Park so far this season as most of the bowlers struggled. Only the economical Stu Moniz (1-21 from 12 overs) and Sam Speak (3-17) had much success.
The other two wickets were claimed by James Hanson and Sam Barnes but Winnington were left disappointed from their efforts in the field, albeit in difficult, muddy conditions.
Park failed to pick up any batting points as they were bowled out for 93. Only two men reached double figures – Tom Woolley coming in at five hit 19 and Stu Moniz at nine made his highest total of the year, an entertaining knock of 44 that included four fours and four sixes.
Dominic Moore ripped through the Park line-up, claiming six wickets for just eight runs as Langley moved further ahead at the top with the 25-point win.
Winnington picked up three points as they dropped to third in the TACS
Partnership Cheshire Cricket League Division C, nine points behind second-placed Stockport Trinity.