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29th July 2014
Two centuries, an eight wicket haul and five catches for Bracebridge Heath captain Paul Cook were the highlights of a weekend that saw Spalding pull off the biggest upset of the day with a comprehensive victory over leaders Bourne.
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29th July 2014
The fascinating fight for the league title took another twist as Stokesley leapfrogged Richmondshire back into second place and, at the same time, moved to within ten points of leaders Darlington.
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29th July 2014
There wasn’t too much of the unexpected at Roseworth Terrace on Saturday, an attritional game of cricket between the two leading sides ending all square and providing a stalemate which will please South North far more than Hetton Lyons.
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29th July 2014
Victories for Neston at Bowdon and defeats for Oxton and Bramhall complicated the relegation issue in the Cheshire ECB Premier League with only 34 points now separating the clubs currently in seventh and 12 places.
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29th July 2014
St Just swept to their ninth win of the season when they beat Newquay by seven wickets despite some solid resistance from Adam Cocking who finished with 77 from a total of 209.
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29th July 2014
Torquay slipped closer to the danger end of the Devon Cricket Premier Division when they went down by 54 runs to Exeter.
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22nd July 2014
Marton beat the weather which knocked out the rest of the day’s matches, but they couldn’t spring the surprise at Pool they wanted – a 25 point win – which would have given them the chance to recharge their fading hopes of a top six place.
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22nd July 2014
St Just were dismissed for just 166 at home to Truro in the ECB Cornwall Premier League but Truro fared even worse and were all out for 160 in reply which meant the former champions, who last won in 2009, maintained their lead of the Jolly’s Drinks Cornwall Cricket League.
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22nd July 2014
Gateshead Fell took pride of place on a day when the weather had the final say in every other game, the bottom club breaking their seasonal duck with a dramatic one wicket home victory over Tynemouth, a surprise success which holds out a slender hope of salvation.
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22nd July 2014
On another Saturday when the fixture list was decimated by rain, it was fine long enough for Hyde to complete a thrilling last-over ECB Premiership double over the 2013 champions at Chester and for Oxton to continue their upturn with a vital home victory over Bowdon.