SILVERWARE will be handed out at Chester Boughton Hall this weekend as Rick Moore’s side will pick up the Cheshire County League Premier Division title.

Hall secured the title with two games to spare and what better way to celebrate their last home league game of the season against Hyde by lifting the cup.

Not that the celebrations will be wild as 24 hours later they’ll be back at Filkins Lane for a Cheshire Cup semi final against New Brighton.

“We’re proud to have won the title again,” said Moore. “It was a strange feeling as we won our game and then heard that Neston had only managed a draw at Hyde so we were champions.

“Chasing 164 at Grappenhall could have been a banana skin but Warren Goodwin looked as composed as he’s looked all season.

“It’s great to see good performances across the side. Alex Money has worked really hard on his game and has got his reward by making his Cheshire debut this week. His enthusiasm around the place coaching our juniors is infectious.

“Charlie Fleet has stepped up this year too. It’s been a big year for him fitting in alongside our established spinners, Jack Williams and Harry Killoran.

“Charlie has played his part for the county too, representing Cheshire U17s in the national final against Surrey.”

Neston are favourites to finish second and they host second-bottom Marple.

Other Premier Division fixtures: Cheadle v Widnes; Nantwich v Timperley; Oulton Park v Grappenhall; Toft v Alderley Edge. Division Two: Alvanley v Mobberley; Barrow v Warrington; Congleton v Tattenhall; Hale Barns v Stockport; Lindow v Northwich; Stockport Georgians v Christleton.

Success is spreading throughout the Chester club with the Seconds winning their T20 Championship and then Dave Fisher’s Third XI (pictured ) following suit by beating Timperley. That included a great performance from another couple of youngsters, Ben Spaven who made 113 and Reg Wyatt 50.

Hall Seconds know a win at Hyde tomorrow could give them the 2nd XI Premier Division title.

They are 14 points clear of Oulton Park, who travel to Grappenhall in the penultimate game of the season.

Hall Thirds will clinch the title in the Cheshire League Division B West if they win at Timperley tomorrow while the 3B team look like losing out to Christleton Seconds in Division C West.

Only a maximum points return at Chester County Officers’ Seconds will keep Hall’s hopes alive. Division Four champions-elect Westminster Park host Winsford while Saughall head to Styal. In Division Three, County Officers travel to Aston.