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19th May 2014
Alderley Edge wicket-keeper Andy Worral's unbeaten 134 against Oxton was one of three centuries scored in Vivio Cheshire ECB Premier League on Saturday but the only one to result in victory.
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19th May 2014
Smash and-grab artists Josh Bess and Liam Lewis did it again as Sidmouth held on tight to top spot in the Devon Cricket League.
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19th May 2014
Just six points separate the top four in the Readers Lincolnshire ECB Premier League after Woodhall Spa beat former leaders Bracebridge Heath off the last ball of the game to take over second place.
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19th May 2014
Marnus Labuschagne scored a superb double century in the Shepherd Neame Kent Premier League only to see his side Sandwich Town settle for a draw and Junaid Nadir took 8-16 at Bickley to set Beckenham on the way to their first win of the season.
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19th May 2014
The competitive nature of this year’s Premier Division Competition was highlighted by winless Dorridge’s 65 run victory over previously unbeaten West Bromwich Dartmouth and the sight of 2013 Champions and pre-season title favourites Shrewsbury sitting at the foot of the table after their third defeat in four matches.
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13th May 2014
Group Four leaders Oxfordshire maintained their 100 per cent start in the Unicorns Knockout Trophy with a 39-run victory over Buckinghamshire.
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13th May 2014
Table topping Darlington beat the elements and their closest rivals between a cloudburst and hot sunshine on a day when five of the other six games were abandoned and a seventh never even started.
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13th May 2014
On a day when the weather held sway, North East Premier League leaders South North managed to find the one ground where the most play was possible.
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13th May 2014
In an exact replica of last summer, the weather was not kind to the Shepherd Neame Kent Cricket League on the opening day of the Premier season with only two games reaching conclusion.
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13th May 2014
The weather forecast suggested a washout but although all six of the Birmingham Premier Division games were affected by rain, only one was abandoned without a result.