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3rd September 2013
After Shrewsbury clinched the Premier Division title last Monday, the focus switched to the foot of the table where defeats for Walmley and Wolverhampton left them facing a decisive showdown at Danescourt next week.
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3rd September 2013
A superb 156 from just 77 balls by Aiden Blizzard saw victory for Blackheath over Sibton Park which sealed the home side's destiny as Division 1 opponents in 2014.
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3rd September 2013
The defining moment of the current Cheshire ECB Premier League championship could have taken place at Parkgate on Saturday when Neston captured the final Chester Boughton Hall wicket to complete a 97 runs victory.
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3rd September 2013
Mission accomplished! Exmouth took the final steps towards lifting the Devon Premier Division title when they defeated Cornwood by 47 runs to preserve the 16-point gap at the top of the table.
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3rd September 2013
Leek moved to the top of the North Staffordshhire and South Cheshire Premier League table at the business end of the season, picking up maximum points against bottom side Elworth by completing a 72 runs victory.
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3rd September 2013
East Grinstead were confirmed as runners up in the 2013 Sussex Premier League while Chichester and Worthing were the teams to drop out of the top division.
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3rd September 2013
Cuckney took a firm step to retaining the Nottinghamshire Premier League title when they defeated their nearest rivals the West Indian Cavaliers by four wickets in a very close game at Langwith Road.
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2nd September 2013
There will be a new name on the ECB National Club Championship trophy in 2013 after Ealing and West Indian Cavaliers booked their places in the final.
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27th August 2013
Shrewsbury’s crushing 127 run victory over 2012 Champions Walsall secured their second Premier Division title in four years with three games still to play.
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27th August 2013
Exmouth put one hand on the Premier Division trophy when they beat North Devon by 86 runs on the Maer and another seven points this Saturday will give them their first Premier title for 15 years.