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1st July 2014
Swathes of the county were hit by some of the worst summer storms imaginable on Saturday and put paid to any conclusion in three matches in the Kent Premier League.
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1st July 2014
If East Grinstead won their match against Bexhill, they were destined for the top of the Sussex Premier League after the games between Three Bridges and Horsham and the first v third match between Roffey and Preston Nomads were both rained off.
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1st July 2014
Grappenhall were the big winners on Saturday when they were the only club in the top six to come away with a win, which lifted them up to second place in the ECB Premier League table, 28 points behind leaders Hyde at the season’s half-way mark.
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1st July 2014
A yawning gap opened up between the leading two sides and the chasing pack as both South North and Hetton Lyons won convincingly against their nearest rivals.
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1st July 2014
Darlington let slip their stranglehold on the league as the never-say-die champions, Richmondshire, inflicted their first defeat of the season on them and pulled to within overtaking distance.
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23rd June 2014
The Jolly’s Drinks ECB Cornwall Premier League leaders St Just pulled off an amazing win at Grampound Road.
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23rd June 2014
Batsmen revelled in the sunshine as three centuries were the features of a run packed day in which Nick Hendrie, Great Ayton’s South African match winner, was the individual star with his second ton of the season.
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23rd June 2014
It was as you were at the top of the Duke ECB NEPL Premier Division as the two leading sides South Northumberland and Hetton Lyons both won convincingly to maintain the gap between themselves and the chasing pack.
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23rd June 2014
Hyde suffered their first Cheshire ECB Premiership defeat since August last year when Urmston beat them by two wickets at Werneth Low on Saturday, but with Marple and Grappenhall both losing, their closest challengers are now second-placed Chester Boughton Hall, who have to make up 31 points to close the gap.
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23rd June 2014
The status quo remains at the top of the Shepherd Neame Kent Premier League with Blackheath, who have not won any League championships since 1984, holding on to a three point lead, as both they and Sevenoaks Vine pocketed another twenty points each.