ST Helens Town sealed Division One survival on the final weekend of the cricket season despite losing at home to Sefton Park. 

Batting first, Park were restricted to 130 all out by Town's Sibusiso Maseko (4-39) and David Gaskell (3-6) but the modest target proved too much for the hosts who were dismissed for 87. Thankfully for the home side Caldy had also lost meaning their status was secure.

Division One champions Newton le Willows, who can looked forward to playing in the Premier League next year, signed off with a 75 run home defeat to Liverpool. The visitors declared on 228-2 with the hosts never looking like reaching the target.

In the Premier League, Rainford finished in fourth place after a four wicket win over outgoing-champions Wallasey. Joshua Procter (3-6) and Andrew Davies (3-7) ensured Wallasey were dismissed for just 98 with Jason Login (36) top scoring in the successful reply.

Rainhill finished in ninth place following a strange draw with champions Ormskirk. The hosts, who won the toss and elected to bat, were eventually dismissed for 272 off a mammoth 78.3 overs with Billy Godleman (69), Luke Procter (55) and Bilal Khan (54) hitting half-centuries. With barely any time to construct a reply before bad light stopped play Ormskirk reached 66-5 off 21 overs.

In Division Two, Sutton's hopes of promotion were dashed when they lost a thriller at champions Maghull. Batting first, Joseph Noctor (73) and Jamie Greener (60) helped the visitors reach 231 all out before Maghull's last wicket pair clinched victory to leave Sutton finishing fourth.