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5th August 2014
A heavily weather censored programme saw not a single game in either division reach a conclusion, the only winner on Saturday being the rain.
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5th August 2014
Cuckney, top of the Nottinghamshire Cricket Board Premier League table, turned round a run of bad luck of four games without a win, with victory at Radcliffe who in contrast had been enjoying better luck by pulling themselves out of the bottom two.
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5th August 2014
Last season’s champions Exmouth gave up the ghost on chasing Devon Cricket League leaders Sidmouth long ago.
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5th August 2014
Why does it always rain on Saturday? This was a question posed at many venues across the Birmingham League after two Premier Division matches were abandoned without a ball being bowled.
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29th July 2014
There were more twists in the tale of this seasons Premier League campaign with results at both ends of the table causing a shake up in positions.
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29th July 2014
Birmingham Premier League leaders West Bromwich Dartmouth earned a 20 point win from their encounter with bottom of the table Himley but it was no walkover and they were made to work hard for their win.
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29th July 2014
Sevenoaks Vine hold on to a five point lead at the top, as all the top four Clubs in the Premier Division won yesterday with impressive performances. An exciting conclusion to the season is in prospect with only thirteen points separating the top three Clubs.
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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.