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9th September 2015
Two startlingly different performances on a weekend of tension and drama saw Alvaston & Boulton relegated from the Beechwood Mazda Derbyshire Premier League for the first time, writes Colston Crawford of the Derby Telegraph.
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9th September 2015
The penultimate weekend of NEPL Premier Division cricket saw South North crowned champions for the tenth time in 13 seasons and Gateshead Fell take another huge step towards safety.
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9th September 2015
With Seaton Carew taking another vital step in their great escape from relegation, and Richmondshire edging ever closer to landing the championship silverware, matches were awash with excitement and anxiety at both ends of the league table.
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9th September 2015
Richard Harvey set his sights on another title hat-trick after guiding Stone to the North Staffs and South Cheshire League Premier Division championship, writes Chris Travers of The Sentinel.
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9th September 2015
With one week of the season left, the Readers Lincolnshire ECB Premier League championship and relegation places is set to go right to the wire.
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9th September 2015
With Hartley crowned Champions last weekend, all eyes on Saturday were focussed on the battle for survival at the bottom of the Shepherd Neame Kent Premier League table.
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9th September 2015
Shrewsbury’s 113 run win against Walmley gave them an unassailable 29 point lead at the top of the Birmingham Premier Division table and ensured that the trophy will reside at London Road for the third time in six seasons.
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9th September 2015
The Hyde juggernaut was halted on Saturday, at Macclesfield, but fortunately for the reigning Vivio Cheshire ECB Premier League champions, their three closest challengers Nantwich, Toft and Alderley Edge also all lost,
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9th September 2015
Kimberley Institute secured the 2015 NCB Premier League title with a comprehensive 64 run defeat at Clifton Village.
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1st September 2015
Hartley Country Club have been crowned 2015 Shepherd Neame Kent Premier Champions having gained ten points for an incomplete match against Sandwich Town.