THERE'S a rare experience for Chirk to come to terms with tomorrow.

For the first time since April, the Shropshire League Division One promotion chasers must go into action on the back of a defeat.

The six-wicket reverse at Wellington Seconds halted Chirk's nine-match unbeaten run, but Luke Gardner's side remain in the top-two ahead of tomorrow's massive home clash with Bomere Heath.

It's a crucial promotion battle, with Chirk sitting second in the standings and Bomere Heath are in third position.

Chirk had to take to the field without all-rounder Andrew Swarbrick in last weekend's loss and he is likely to be missing again with a side injury.

Turning to Division Six and Chirk Seconds head to Bomere Heath tomorrow.

Northop Hall should fear nobody in their efforts to escape the clutches of relegation from Division One of the Liverpool Competition.

Hall are two points clear of the dropzone after a battling draw with league leaders and title favourites Liverpool last time out.

There are home comforts once more for Northop Hall tomorrow and it could be classed as a must-win encounter as they welcome bottom-of-the-table Caldy to Smithy Lane.

Northop Hall Seconds will pay a visit to Wigan Seconds.

Chester Boughton Hall are hitting form at just the right time in the Cheshire County Premier League.

Warren Goodwin struck a sparkling century in last weekend's eight-wicket win at Bowdon and tomorrow sees the side at home to Widnes to open what could be a brilliant weekend.

“It’s always good to watch Warren Goodwin in full flow and we really saw the best of him on Saturday,” said Hall captain James Duffy.

Duffy added: “This weekend sees us at home to Widnes who’ve given us some hard times lately so we owe them one.

"We know we’ll need to be at our very best to get a positive result.

“And Sunday is the Cheshire County League T20 finals day at Nantwich - against Nantwich, so it doesn’t get much tougher!

“This leads to a regional and then national final.

"Back in 2014 we were national T20 champions and we again got to the national finals a year later, so we’re really up for this.

“If we beat Nantwich we’ll play the winner of the other semi in the final - that’s either Hyde or Alderley Edge.”