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9th September 2014
There were contrasting emotions for two of the league’s oldest clubs on a day when all but one of the outstanding Birmingham Premier Division issues were determined.
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9th September 2014
There was a dramatic final day in the Jolly’s Drinks ECB Cornwall Premier League with Redruth surviving relegation, at the expense of Callington in the final overs of the season.
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9th September 2014
Blackpool won the Chorley Building Society Northern Cricket League Championship for 2014 after defeating Penrith by 87 runs.
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9th September 2014
Richmondshire’s bid to snatch the silverware from under the noses of long-time leaders Darlington looks a distinct possibility following a sensational Saturday which produced a double dose of drama at Stokesley and at Feethams.
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8th September 2014
Graham Shaw struck a rapid century as Durham retained their ECB 50+ County Championship title with a narrow six-run win over Essex, the team they also faced in the final 12 months ago, at Kibworth Cricket Club.
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2nd September 2014
Havant suffered a heavy 48 run defeat against South Wilts in a winner takes all showdown which left the Salisbury side ECB Southern Electric Premier League champions for a third successive year.
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2nd September 2014
Christi Viljeon passed 100 wickets for the season as Blackpool closed in on the Chorley Building Society Northern Premier Cricket League title, after defeating Preston by five wickets.
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2nd September 2014
St Just were crowned ECB Cornwall Premier League Champions on Saturday to add to the three trophies they already have in their 2014 cabinet, the Premier 50/50 Cup, Vinter Cup and WT Edwards Cup.
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2nd September 2014
Somerset fast bowler Jamie Overton showed he can bat a bit too by clubbing 142 off just 55 balls for North Devon in their four-wicket win over Francis Clark Devon League Premier Division champions Sidmouth in the last round of fixtures in 2014.
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2nd September 2014
Another absorbing Saturday of cricket saw the Shepherd Neame Kent Premier League title chase drop down to a three horse race with Sevenoaks Vine, Hartley and Lordswood all in contention.