MINOR COUNTIES: Prolific Smith will be the star attraction for Cambs

Unbeaten Cambridgeshire host Bedfordshire at March Town CC in the Eastern Division of the Unicorns Championship for three days starting on Sunday (July 31, 11am starts).

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Barnack skipper Mohammed Yaseen.

MATCH ABANDONED: Bust-up between Barnack and Bharat

A Hunts Division Two match between Barnack and Bharat Sports on Saturday (July 30) was abandoned after an argument between players on both sides.

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Tshepo  Moreki.

JOHN WILCOX CUP: Oundle gain instant revenge over Peterborough

Oundle gained immediate revenge for a Northants Premier Division drubbing at the hands of Peterborough Town.

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March Town heroes Toby Nulty and Nathan Oliver.

CAMBS LEAGUE: Wisbech moving up, Nassington moving down, Toby buys a jug

Wisbech and Nassington are heading in opposite directions in Cambs Division One.

Action from Market Deeping's home defeat at the hands of Skegness. Photo: Tim Wilson.

LINCS PREMIER DIVISION: Deeping fall from the summit and Bourne fail to save them

Market Deeping became the latest team to fall foul of the Lincs Premier Division table-topping jinx.

Mark Hodgson on the attack for Oundle against Peterborough Town. Wicket-keeper is Chris Milner. Photo: David Lowndes.

NORTHANTS PREMIER DIVISION: Peterborough outclass Oundle

It’s been a disappointing season for Peterborough Town, but they remain a class apart from their Northants Premier Division neighbours, Oundle Town.

The Old Deaconians that beat Deacon's School 30 years ago. Back row, left to right, Colin Davison, Norman Saltmasrh, Paul Stimpson, Martin Hings, Lionel Butler, Stuart Butler, Carol Jeffs. Front, Lou Scott, Ian Chilvers, Paul Bowes, David McQuillen, Colin Slater,Barry Morris.

LOOKING BACK: Schoolboy Akhtar’s brilliant century

The Old Deaconians retained the Huggard Trophy with a 21-run win over Deacon’s School.

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Richard Kendall has been called up by Peterborough Town for the game at Oundle.

WEEKEND PREVIEW: Town have nine lives left and they intend to use them

Peterborough Town skipper David Clarke has challenged his side to win their remaining nine Northants Premier Division matches.

Matt Bird cracked a double ton for Ketton 2nds.

MERIT TABLE: Bird goes big, Conyard cracks third century, Cameron still in charge

Matthew Bird cracked the highest-ever individual score by a Ketton batsman last weekend (July 16).

Kevin Sequenza (left) and Gary Scotcher.

OVER 50S: Season’s best for Winters in Hunts’ win

Hunts beat Lincs by 10 runs in the National Over 50s competition in Skegness yesterday (July 20).

Ketton skipper Rob Vitas with the Stamford KO Shield.

STAMFORD KO SHIELD: Ketton are the kings of Stamford cup cricket

Ketton clinched a Stamford Twenty/20 cup double by demolishing Ufford Park in the KO Shield Final last night (July 20)

Zeeshan Manzoor.

STAMFORD KO SHIELD FINAL: Ketton chase a famous double

Ketton seek a Stamford Cup double tonight (JUly 20) when tackling Ufford Park in the final of the Stamford KO Shield at Market Deeping CC (6.15pm).

Six wickets in the match for Cambs skipper Lewis Bruce in Cumberland.

MINOR COUNTIES: Smith stars again in thrilling draw

An exciting finish didn’t provide a positive result for Cambridgeshire or Cumberland in their Unicorns Championship game in Netherfield yesterday (July 19).

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SUMMER CAMP: Come and learn from the city’s top club

Peterborough Town are hosting summer cricket camps for 6-15 year-olds between August 15-17 (9.30am-4pm).

Kieran Judd cracked 90 not out for Peterborough Town at Market Deeping.

RUTLAND LEAGUE: Gollands goes wild, fantastic Freear and top two win again

Wisbech went on a wild hitting spree in their Rutland Division One clash with Barnack at Harecroft Road yesterday (July 17).


MINOR COUNTIES: Cambs chase a hat-trick

Cambridgeshire are seeking a third straight win in the Unicorns Championship.

Sam Freedman (left) of March Town CC.

CAMBS LEAGUE: March set a high-scoring club record, captaincy change working well for Wisbech

March Town cracked what is believed to be their highest Cambs League score when beating bottom club Weston Colville by 158 runs in Division Two yesterday (July 16).

Jack Berry on his way to 7-62 for Bourne against Boston. Photo: Tim Wilson.

LINCS PREMIER DIVISION: Jack buries Boston, Deeping are back on top

Jack Berry followed a brilliant bowling performance with a blistering half century as Boston were battered by Bourne at the Abbey Lawns yesterday (July 16).

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David Clarke on his way to 82 for Peterborough Town against Stony Stratford. Photo: David Clarke.

NORTHANTS PREMIER DIVISION: Town happier after a good spanking, Oundle have a fearless 15 year-old

Peterborough Town emerged from a frustrating spell in the doldrums to spank Stony Stratford by 129 runs in the Northants Premier Division at Bretton Gate today (July 16).

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Hamza Jarral.

MERIT TABLE: Opening batsmen ‘sheikh’up the opposition, Kasim cashes in

Openers Hamza Jarral and Adnan Latif both scored centuries in Sheikh’s 146-run win in Hunts Division Five at Houghton & Wyton.

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