THE weekend weather and outbreaks of Covid saw the Henshalls Shropshire League fixture list impacted on Saturday.

Frankton's premier league clash at home to Madeley was cancelled and Chirk's first division clash with Bomere Heath was postponed due to outbreaks with players forced into isolation.

Ellesmere's second division clash at home to Ludlow IIs was also a victim of the weather as well as Knockin's meeting with Lilleshall and Frankton IIs' third division clash at Madeley IIs.

Meanwhile Oswestry IIs crashed to an eight wicket defeat at Forton in division two.

Iwan Roberts (27) top scored while Ian Davies (15), Harvey Greig (15) and Ben Wilson (16no) helped Oswestry to 85 to defend.

Matthew Sayers (6-13) starred with Oliver Watson (3-18) also claiming wickets.

Will Roddy (32) was joined by Ian Roberts (31no) in securing victory for Forton who strolled to 86-2 in the 22nd over of their reply.

Meanwhile Cae Glas slipped to a 28 run defeat at Market Drayton in division four.

Shaun Southern (3-37) and George Jones (2-25) led the Glas attack but Mickey Allman (42) and Matthew Heffernan (32no) guided the home side to 145-7.

Jones (40) starred in reply but Alan Cowdale (3-18), Somil Subasinghe (2-11) and Paul Gould (2-15) ended Glas' challenge for 117.

Knockin IIs prevailed three wicket winners at Willey IIs in division five.

Graham Ball (49no) and knocks from Chris Rudd (30), Simon McCutcheon (26) and Tim Bellett (25no) led Willey to 171-4 with Anthony James (2-24) leading the Knockin attack.

Ed Nicholas (56) and Paul Holyoake (22) led Knockin's reply before Dave Jones (47no) took centre stage to steer Knockin to 174-7 and glory despite the efforts of Ian Slater (4-26) and Dave McIntosh (2-42).

Elsewhere Cae Glas IIs' clash at home to Lilleshall IIIs and Chirk IIs' trip to Hinstock were cancelled in division seven.

Ellesmere IIs were in action and toasted a seven wicket win at Beacon IIIs.

Tim Cliffe (40no), Dan Foskett (35no) and Jim Porter (33) guided Beacon to 161-7 with Tom Upton (3-25) and Matty Harrington (2-25) claiming wickets.

Harrington (51no) and Tom Appleyard (50) starred in reply with support from John Mooney (21) helping Mere to 164-3 and victory.