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ecb.co.uk News
9th June 2014
In form Marple wicket-keeper Mark Makin, clearly relishing his move from Hyde, was the star of a five wickets win at bottom of the table Oxton in the Vivio Cheshire ECB Premier League.
ecb.co.uk News
9th June 2014
Hornsey celebrated an important victory when they overcame league leaders Ealing by seven wickets on a weekend where bowler friendly conditions saw a host of low scoring games and collapses.
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5th June 2014
The ECB is calling on recreational cricketers to have their say and influence the future of cricket at grassroots level in its second annual National Cricket Playing survey.
ecb.co.uk News
3rd June 2014
Victories for the top four clubs meant little change at the top of the NEPL Premier Division, with all the shocks reserved for the second tier where the two pre-season title favourites crashed to defeats.
ecb.co.uk News
3rd June 2014
Statisticians are searching the record books after a series of sensational individual and team performances on what proved a remarkable end to the first third of the season’s fixtures.
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3rd June 2014
Havant went top of the Southern Electric Premier Division with a five wicket win over Ventnor on Saturday as all five matches were completed for the first time this season.
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2nd June 2014
While Hyde were stepping up their bid to win their first Vivio Cheshire ECB Premier League with a victory at Toft, reigning champions Chester Boughton Hall lost for the second time in four outings at Alderley Edge.
ecb.co.uk News
2nd June 2014
After Saturday's round of matches in the Shepherd Neame Kent Premier League, pole position is currently held by Sevenoaks Vine who have the narrowest of margins of one point lead over Blackheath.
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2nd June 2014
Cuckney were six points behind Nottinghamshire Cricket Board Premier League leaders Clifton when they made the trip to Mansfield Hosiery Mills on Saturday but emerged at the end of the day on top after an easy win.
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2nd June 2014
A low scoring game at Sandwell Park saw Basit Zaman top score with 51 as Dartmouth battled their way to 152 for nine in the Birmingham and District Premier Cricket League.