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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
West Bromwich Dartmouth’s 128 run victory over nearest challengers Barnt Green leaves the Sandwell Park side two points away from their first Premier Division title since the League was re-formed in 1998.
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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.
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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
Two games remain and just 17 points separate the two top sides in the Vivio Cheshire ECB Premier League after leaders Hyde were blighted by bad luck when their match was cancelled due to rain.
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2nd September 2014
Leaders Cuckney extended their lead at the top of the NCB Premier League table to 25 points, despite being unable to complete the victory over Clifton Village.
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2nd September 2014
With two matches remaining in the 2014 Readers Lincolnshire ECB Premier League season, the foot of the table provided the day’s surprise results with Market Rasen recording their first victory to move off the bottom.
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1st September 2014
Charlotte Edwards hit an unbeaten 62 off 54 balls as England Women eased to a nine-wicket victory over South Africa in the first match of their NatWest International T20 series at the Essex County Ground.
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1st September 2014
Head Coach Peter Moores insists England can still save the Royal London One-Day Series, although he concedes much rests on how his batsmen play India's spinners in the final two matches.