ENDON’S young batsman George Sellers was in super century-making form for his village team at the weekend. The 21-year-old former Staffordshire county juniors player made unbeaten treble-figure scores on both days for his club. He began with 100 not out against Siverdale in Division Two of the North Staffs and South Cheshire League on Saturday, and followed up with 109 not out – including 10 4’s and five 6’s – against Porthill Park in the the Barney McArdle Trophy finals next day. There was extra reason for Sellers to celebrate his century against Silverdale – including nine 4’s and five 6’s – as Endon’s 157-run victory clinched them the league title . The result made it back-to-back league titles for Endon who topped Division Three last year. However, it was last year’s Premier Division champions Porthill who emerged triumphant by five wickets from Endon’s McArdle Trophy clash on home soil at Post Lane. Porthill lost to last summer’s Division One champions Cheadle by seven wickets in the final.