Langley captain Matt Barber won the toss and elected to bat, but his side made a poor start when Bailey Metzinger had Jason Hanaghan caught behind for 1. From there though the rest of Langley’s top order batted well, Dominic Moore (49), Rick Laughton (48) and Nicholas Berzins (40) all made good contributions as Park’s bowlers struggled.
Langley finished on 188-5, Metzinger was the pick of the Winnington attack as he took 3-41 from his 12 overs with the other two wickets being taken by Stu Moniz (1-43) and James Hanson (1-43).
It was two new players – Darren Falland and Kev Vernall – who were the only ones to impress with the bat as Park limped to 85 all out. Falland batted at three and made 24 from 40 balls, but it was Vernall coming in at five who top scored with an innings of 33 that included five fours and one six. They were the only two batsmen to reach double figures as Jason Hanaghan ripped through the Park line-up, taking 7-34 from his 14.5 overs.
Winnington earned three points for the loss which keeps them in second place in the TACS Partnership Cheshire Cricket League Division C, three points ahead of Sandbach in third.
Winnington Park (85 all out)
Langley win by 103 runs