Batting first, Paul Morris started confidently, although his partner Josh Tench (4) went early after being trapped plum in front of his stumps by Eoghan McTiernan. Morris was joined by Reissing, but Morris (27) also fell to the bowling of McTiernan shortly after. Mark Stone (5) supported Reissing well for several overs - before he edged one into the palms of wicketkeeper Ben Lloyd.
Peter Room (0) came and went within three balls, bringing Joe Paterson to the crease. The two put on a solid 80-run partnership, with Paterson playing a sensible role, allowing Reissing to play freely and aggressively.
After Paterson had gone for 31, Sam Speak (20*) joined Reissing to accelerate the score. Reissing brought up his ton with a boundary, summing up a fantastic knock that included 13 fours and two sixes.
Nantwich’s reply began in poor fashion, as Sam Speak (3-9) claimed several scalps in his short opening spell. Despite the early setback, Ben Lloyd and Peter West added 90 for the fourth wicket, as Paterson (0-33) and Mark Stone (0-37) struggled to threaten. A testing spell from Morris (3-22) applied pressure to the Nantwich batsmen, and the captain struck to take the vital wicket of West for 44. Speak took a fine catch at square-leg off the bowling of Room to send Bloor back, and Morris removed the dangerous Lloyd (65) to give Park a sight of victory. Morris clean bowled Nathan Hall to take the 7th wicket, and Nantwich captain McTiernan was run out by Sam Speak shortly after to secure the win, capping a fine day for the youngster, and for the triumphant Park Eight.
Winnington Park 210-5 (45 overs). Nantwich 174 (31.5 overs).