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19th September 2015
From 11am on Sunday at Beckenham, Northern and Blackheath cricket clubs will each be looking to create their own piece of history as they go head-to-head in the Royal London Club Championship final.
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18th September 2015
After five months of competition the 2015 Last Man Stands (LMS) season reaches its climax this weekend with the UK national finals taking place at Southgate, Southgate Adelaide and Winchmore Hill cricket clubs.
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15th September 2015
Bracebridge Heath sealed the Readers Lincolnshire ECB Premier League championship in a hard fought game at Bourne.
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15th September 2015
Luton and Manchester will face off in the final of the Lord’s Taverners City Cup (LTCC) on Sunday 20 September after coming through their respective regional deciders last weekend.
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15th September 2015
On the final weekend of the Nottinghamshire Cricket Board ECB Premier League season, new champions Kimberley Institute celebrated their championship win with a 5 wicket win over Caythorpe.
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15th September 2015
Hyde won at Cheadle to ensure the retention of the Vivio Cheshire ECB Premier League title while Nantwich rose up the ranks to finish as meritorious runner-up, thanks to another amazing century by Lancashire star Liam Livingstone.
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15th September 2015
The Northern Premier Cricket League season drew to a close as Blackpool defeated new champions Morecambe and Daryl Wearing achieved his 500th league wicket in Barrow's win over Lancaster.
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15th September 2015
Checkley clinched the runners-up spot in the North Staffordshire and South Cheshire Premier League with a last-day victory over champions Stone, writes Chris Travel of The Stoke Sentinel.
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15th September 2015
Richmondshire will have to wait another six days to round off their bid for the Darlington Building Society NYSD ECB Premier League championship.
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15th September 2015
With the Birmingham Premier Division title already in Shrewsbury’s grasp, attention turned to the other end of the table where any two from Wolverhampton, Brockhampton and Dorridge could have gone down at the start of the day.