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1st September 2015
Namibian professional Christi Viljoen smashed the Northern Premier Cricket League batting record when he posted 227 off just 156 balls in Blackpool’s winning draw with Preston.
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1st September 2015
The Hyde juggernaut shows no signs of stopping as Bramhall became their eighth successive Vivio Cheshire ECB Premier League victims at Werneth Low on Saturday.
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26th August 2015
Kimberley Institute’s train kept on rolling to the NCB Premier League title with their 102 run win at Birchover Park.
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26th August 2015
Hartley now just need nine points from their remaining two games to guarantee the Shephered Neame Kent Premier League title, with now only third placed Sevenoaks Vine with a game in hand being able to mathematically catch them.
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26th August 2015
Just one point separates Readers Lincolnshire ECB Premier League leaders Woodhall Spa from challengers Bracebridge Heath after Lindum denied the top side maximum points while Bracebridge recovered from a shaky start to defeat Market Rasen.
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26th August 2015
Hyde defied heavy rain in the region to win by seven wickets and remain four points clear of Toft at the top of the Vivio Cheshire ECB Premier League - now with only three games remaining.
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26th August 2015
Knowle & Dorridge’s two wicket win at Birmingham Premier Division leaders Shrewsbury has opened up the race for the title and three sides now have realistic chances of clinching the trophy with four games remaining.
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26th August 2015
There was heartbreak and joy in equal measure on Saturday as Chester-le-Street saw their Dukes ECB NEPL Premier Division title dreams evaporate in the hot afternoon sun.
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26th August 2015
Torquay became the 2015 Tolchard’s Devon League Premier Division champions for the first time since 1997 after routing Bovey Tracey by six wickets.
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26th August 2015
Hem Heath gave their survival prospects a huge boost with a nine-wicket win at Leek, writes Chris Travers of The Sentinel.