With an unusual 9.30am start to accommodate the World Cup quarter final Search sponsored Sale asked the visitors to bat first.
James Loveridge (33) and Ben Gough (38) made a confident start, but the loss of 6 wickets either side of the drinks break put Sale in control. Ben King took 3-28 on his return from injury and Isaac Brooks 2-25.
The Davenham tail then wagged as Mike Sambell (23) and Oli Gallager (24 not out) marshalled the score up to 161-7.
Sale made a confident start to their innings, Joe Cannon hitting 20 as score reached 43-1. However a similar mid order collapse saw Sale slump to 78-6.
Ryan Burgess (22) and Rick Halkon (27) led the fightback, but Sale were finally bowled out for 131 with 8 overs to spare.
Sale 2nd XI had an even earlier start, travelling to Tattenhall for a 9.30am start. They got off to a great start taking 3 early wickets, before the home side recovered to post 262-8, Gareth Watterson the pick with 3-39.
In reply Jamal Benzafar (36) and Viraj Sorathia (39) got Sale off to a good start, but as Sale fell behind the required rate they batted out for a draw at 187-8.
On Sunday the 3rd XI lost at Alderley Edge after posting 185-6, Asad Khan (43) and James Dodds (22). Alderley coasted home after tea for the loss of 2 wickets.
The 4th had a good win at home to Hyde 4s, skipper Iain Harrop leading the way with 56 not out chasing down the visitors 139-7. Ibraheem Shareef (20 not out) and Theo Brodbeck (20) backed up the skipper.
Earlier in the week the Silverbacks lost to north-east over 40’s champions elect Urmston. Ian Holland (25 not out) showing the top order how to do it as Sale posted a below par 88-8. Urmston coasted home for the loss of 1 wicket.
Next week the 1st XI visit Hyde and the 2nd XI welcome Bramhall to Dane Road. On Sunday the 3rd XI travel to Hyde and the 4th XI visit Bowdon.