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21st July 2015
Whitburn were powerless to halt the relentless march of South North towards a tenth title in 13 seasons as they slumped to an eight wicket home defeat inside just 61 overs of cricket.
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21st July 2015
Great Ayton completed a notable weekend double when they defeated local neighbours Stokesley on Sunday to finally banish any lingering relegation concerns in the Darlington Building Society NYSD ECB Premier League.
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21st July 2015
Cheadle moved off bottom place in the ECB Premier League when they claimed 16 tie points from a thrilling game against table toppers Toft, who saw their lead drop to just 15 points.
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21st July 2015
It was all change at both ends of the Readers Lincolnshire ECB Premier League table as Woodhall Spa took over at the top while Grimsby Town got back to giant killing ways to move out of the relegation zone.
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21st July 2015
Longton shrugged off the absence of four key players including skipper Ed Jones to easily beat Meakins by seven wickets in the North Shropshire and South Cheshire Premier League.
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21st July 2015
It was a day for change in the Nottinghamshire Premier League as Caythorpe finally relinquished top spot after going down to a tame draw at home to Welbeck.
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21st July 2015
Truro remain top of the Jolly’s Drinks ECB Cornwall Premier League after taking three late wickets to gain maximum points at home to Camborne.
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21st July 2015
The Beechwood Mazda Derbyshire Premier League title race is not over yet after struggling Lullington Park turned over runaway leaders Sandiacre Town, writes Colston Crawford of the Derby Telegraph.
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21st July 2015
Heathcoat's winning run fizzled out before they could make it three in a row with a 114-run defeat at Torquay.
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21st July 2015
The uncertainty over the likely winners of the Northern Cricket League Division One continued when the lead changed hands yet again after Morecambe defeated St Annes by five wickets.