FRANKTON suffered an almighty skittling at the hands of Wellington in the Henshalls Shropshire Premier League, crashing to a 132 run home defeat.

Felix Jebb (3-36) has Wellington on the ropes before Aditha Manigandan led a spirited middle order revival.

While Dilum Sudeera (2-30) snared Wendell Wagner LBW for 12 and Stuart Lammie (3-44) accounted for Sam Bloor (30) and Ben Byram (20), Manigandan (54no) as joined by Tom Ellis (18no) in an unbroken ninth wicket stand to guide the visitors to 167-8.

Ellis (3-7), Dan Lloyd (3-8), Bloor (2-9) and Stephen Brooks (2-9) destroyed Frankton in reply with the hosts skittled for just 35 in the 21st over.

Meanwhile Chirk slipped to a 34 defeat at Bridgnorth IIs in division one.

Andrew Swarbrick (3-28), Billy Swarbrick (3-41) and Nick Flack (3-33) were joined by Luke Gardner (1-29) in restricting the hosts to 139 with Matthew Martin (37), Peter Thompson (27) and Alex Yarnley (21) top scoring for the Bridgemen.

Toby Hughes (4-25) tore through Chirk's top order in reply and included Andrew Swarbrick (10) in his haul.

Lewis Hurdley (2-15) trapped Mark Shaw LBW for 15 and Samuel Davies (10) before Norman Roberts (3-29) claimed Liam Walker (13) to leave Billy Swarbrick (30no) and Chirk all out for 105.

Ellesmere's clash at home to Montgomery and Sentinel IIs' meeting with Oswestry IIs were both cancelled in division two.

Knockin were in action against Chelmarsh with the sides battling out a draw at the Nursery.

Connor Glendinning (69) was joined by Alex Starr (29) in laying foundations for the visitors before Shaun Davis (2-41) struck for Knockin.

Daniel Morris (1-41), Matty Evans (1-41) and Marcus Williams (1-33) added wickets but Charles Thornton (50no) guided Chelmarsh to 191-6 to defend.

Adam Smith (37no) led Knockin's reply but the home side lost regular wickets to Will Fensome (2-31).

Daniel Evans (25), Jamie Birch (14) and Jonny Evans (16) led middle order resistance but Glendinning (1-17) and Andy Unitt (2-31) struck as Knockin were left on 134-7 for a draw.

Cae Glas IIs' clash at home to Welshpool IIs in division seven was cancelled.