Gwersyllt Park, Northop Hall and Bank of America are all celebrating title wins as the Chester and District Midweek League draws to a close.

Division Three Gwersyllt Park (141-2) saw off closest challengers Gresford (140-4) by eight wickets to secure top spot, while Northop Hall (123-4) made sure of the Division Four title with a six-wicket home success over Abergele.

Bank of America are unable to be caught in Division Five after they were handed the two points as Westminster Park failed to raise a side.

Elsewhere in Division Three, Manor Athletic (159-0) cruised to a 10-wicket home win over Cross Keys (158-4) and West Cheshire College (161-5) beat West Kirby Wasps (145-8) by 16 runs.

Ollie Law hit a half century as Outlaws (202-1) defeated Saightonians (134-4) by 68 runs in Division Four, while Oakmere (122-5) beat Bromborough (121-8) by five wickets and Oakmere (126-6) held their nerve to overcome Castle Square Cutters (122-6) by four runs.

In Division Five, Dodleston (140-0) beat Kinnerton (139-6) by 10 wickets, while Shotton (76-2) defeated Wirral (74) by eight wickets and Frodsham claimed a walkover win against Oak Tree Outlaws.

In the top tier, champions Tarporley (118-3) overcame Academicals (114-6) by seven wickets, Tom Hyslop hitting a half century.

Kingsley Knights (159-3) were four run winners at Llay Welfare (155-7), Red Lion (132-7) beat Marchwiel and Wrexham Outlaws (96-8) by 36 runs, Mike Todt scoring 54 for the victors and Mold benefited from Hawarden Park's failure to raise a side.

Division Two champions Brymbo Brewers took their foot off the gas as they were beaten by six wickets by Cornerhouse, who finished on 111 for four in reply to the title winners' 107 all out.

Golden Eagle (144-2) beat HGWCC (143) by eight wickets and Chester Lions (155-4) defeated Mynydd Isa (114) by 41 runs.

MP Plumbing secured two wins in Division Six. Having restricted Chester Taverners to 74 for seven, Plumbing replied with 75 for six to win by four wickets, while the hit 122 for five against Defib (118-4) to win by five wickets.

Champions Buckley secured a walkover win as Defib failed to raise a side for their second game of the week,