Chester Boughton Hall bid to return to winning ways at Marple this weekend in the Cheshire County Premier League.

Will Owen’s side were left frustrated by Toft last week, unable to claim the 10th wicket needed for victory, which would have been a third successive success.

The result left Chester sixth in the table, 64 points behind runaway leaders Timperley, who are unbeaten and look well set to challenge for the title.

“It was frustrating not to take maximum points against Toft last week,” Owen said ahead of Saturday's encounter.

“Having done all the hard work and got ourselves in a good position, we just couldn’t break their last wicket stand and had to settle for a draw.

“It was good to have Jordan Clark back in the side. His Lancashire experience can only help our youngsters who are thriving with him around the place.

“There are a number of positives around at the moment. Our spinners are enjoying themselves and Rick Moore is in fine form with the bat.

“We go to Marple this weekend which can be a difficult place to play. They’re doing ok as one of this year’s promoted clubs but a couple of reversals could put them in the mire so they’ll be fired up for this.

“We’ll take a late call on our side but I’m confident we’ll be able to put out a pretty strong eleven.”

Timperley head to Bramhall while Didsbury entertain Nantwich. Neston entertain Alderley Edge, Cheadle head to Oulton Park and Toft welcome Grappenhall.

Upton look to maintain their Division One title push when they host Macclesfield.

Tom Marsland struck a half-century last week, but his side were undone by five wickets against Urmston, despite Ross Dixon’s 3-52 off 14 overs.

Upton are three points clear of Hyde, who host Widnes, while struggling Barrow welcome Oxton.

Other Division One fixtures: Davenham v Bollington; Bowdon v Urmston; Sale v Stockport.

Christleton head to Birchvale Drive to take on Romiley in Division Two.

The Little Heath outfit lie sixth in the table following a draw with Hale Barns and need to take maximum points if they are to stand a chance of reaching the top two.

Third-placed Alvanley head to Mobberley, while Tattenhall have a home clash against Warrington.

Other Division Two fixtures: Lindow v Runcorn; Weaverham v Brooklands; Hale Barns v Northwich.

In the Chester Cricket League Division Four, Westminster Park head to Tranmere Victoria.

In Division Three, Chester County Officers host Bunbury while Saughall are in Division C West action when they head to Martime seconds.