UNBEATEN records go on the line on Saturday.

Reigning ECB Premier League champions and current leaders Alderley Edge head to Stockport Road to face a Timperley side also boasting three wins from three.

Alderley’s latest win was achieved by a comfortable six wickets margin after Nantwich had been bowled out for 205.

Aussie paceman Hamish Winter-Irving was back among the wickets with 5 for 42 and now has 19 victims, while Charlie Reid, 4 for 62, also bowled well.

Edge, who head to New Brighton on Sunday in the first round of the Cheshire Cup, replied with a steady 207 for 4 that included Khalid Sawas scoring a boisterous unbeaten 97 and Alan Day 53.

Timperley had a scare before they, too, came through their third outing.

Opting to bat first they were bowled out for 94 at Bowdon, number 8 batsman Chris Canning scoring a key 26, while Matt Tully took 5 for 19 and Pat Ashling snaffled four catches behind the stumps.

Timperley’s attack hit back after tea to rout Bowdon for 78 in 32 overs.

Toft stay on the tails of the leaders, winning by 127 runs at Grappenhall after posting 231.

James Drummond, 56, Henry Hughes, 51, set the platform, while Aussie Owen Lynch took 5 for 28.

Grappers were bowled out for 104, with Tom Forster scalping four of their batsmen.

There was a maiden victory for Bramhall, by 19 runs at home to Chester Boughton Hall, after posting 221 for 7.

Adam Wilde scored 96 and Dan Lamb, 47.

Erratic Chester were all out for 202, with Rick Moore, 70, and Lee Dixon, 53, leading the way but Matt Higginbottom snared a match-winning 5 for 58.

Didsbury also got off the mark at home against Cheadle.

Didsbury totalled 175, with Jack Rudd notching 39 and Simon Normanton chipping in with 33.

With the ball, Josh Dooler, 4 for 46, and Rashid Amin, 3 for 49, kept the scoring down but Cheadle were bowled out for 138, all-rounder Normanton completing a good day with 6 for 45.

Hyde’s wretched start continued when they were comprehensively outplayed at Neston.

Ben Alcock top scored with 56 not out and Jason Whittaker added 40 in a late stand for Hyde, who posted the decent tally of 228 for 9 after being 138 for 8.

The Parkgate batsmen cruised home after tea with a response of 230 for 2 from 49 overs, with David Hurst, 96 not out, and Dom Smith, 76, putting together a stand worth 173 for the third wicket.