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10th September 2013
On the day that South Shields’ relegation from the Premier Division was finally confirmed, there was high drama in the race to take their place.
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10th September 2013
The battle for the 2013 Nottinghamshire Premier League title will go down to the wire after leaders Cuckney, who travelled to Caythorpe knowing that 17 points would be enough to lift the title, crashed to an 11 run defeat.
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10th September 2013
Just hours after lodging an appeal against his suspension, Bowdon's Simon Marshall made a timely half-century to overhaul Neston bringing to an end their remarkable eight match unbeaten run in the Cheshire ECB Premier League and handing Chester Boughton Hall the lead.
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10th September 2013
In an astonishing climax to the relegation battle at Danescourt, Walmley completed a thrilling one run victory over Wolverhampton, saving them from relegation at the expense of their victims.
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10th September 2013
Three centuries, an eight wicket haul and a tie left Woodhall Spa still needing 13 points to beat off the challenge of Sleaford for the 2013 Readers Lincolnshire ECB Premier League championship.
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9th September 2013
Durham won their first ECB 50+ County Championship title with a 30-run victory over Essex in the final at Kibworth Cricket Club in Leicestershire.
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3rd September 2013
Four amateur cricket teams will be vying for a £10,000 prize at Lord’s on Wednesday as the Last Man Stands World Championship reaches its climax.
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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.