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The first national round has been completed, just 16 teams remain. Below are some highlights of the round. Rams edge home in nail-biter Liphook & Ripsley and Rockhampton produced a thriller in Hampshire as the visitors sneaked home by a solitary run. Batting first...
We are now down to roughly 10% of clubs whom began the competition at the end of April. 32 sides stand proud as regional champions following Sunday's round of fixtures. Horndon keep rolling on Hordon-on-the-Hill continued their impressive performances in the Essex...
As the regional portion of the competition drew to a close, a place in the national rounds awaited the teams that emerged victorious. With the Lord’s final getting closer and closer, there were some fantastic contenders for the GM performance of the round. In the...
Glapwell Colliery made the short trip south down the M1 to South Wingfield for local bragging rights in the Derbyshire regional final of the Watsons Village Cup, reports Jim Hindson The bicentennial celebrations of the Pentrich Revolution formed a backdrop to this...
The 32 sides left in the tournament are now beginning to travel further afield on their road to Lord's. Below are a selection of standout ties in Round 5, which takes place on June 25. Fillongley v South Wingfield (Warwickshire v Derbyshire) South Wingfield have...
Highest winning margin of 2017 The West Sussex region entered the competition at Round 3 with Findon blazing their way to the highest winning margin of this year’s competition so far against Chidham and Hambrook at home. Findon amassed 334 for 8, with Bradley and...
Final at Lord'sSeptember 17
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