Parkway fly the Peterborough League flag

Mary Dickenson, widow of former English Bowling Federation stalwart John, presents the John Dickenson Memorial Shield to Whittlesey Manor club president Martin Welsford (left) watched by Northants Bowling Federation president Dick Noble. Whittlesey Manor were narrow winners of the annual match against a Northants Bowling Federation representative team on Saturday. It's the third time the season curtain-raiser has been staged in John's memory.
Mary Dickenson, widow of former English Bowling Federation stalwart John, presents the John Dickenson Memorial Shield to Whittlesey Manor club president Martin Welsford (left) watched by Northants Bowling Federation president Dick Noble. Whittlesey Manor were narrow winners of the annual match against a Northants Bowling Federation representative team on Saturday. It's the third time the season curtain-raiser has been staged in John's memory.
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Parkway, the Peterborough League Premier Division champions, seek to retain the Inter-League Challenge title when they face Spalding League winners Spalding Town at Market Deeping on Sunday (1pm).

It’s the fourth time the event has been staged, with the Spalding League taking the honours in the first two.

The Westward club have been forced to withdraw two more teams from the Peterborough League owing to player shortages.

Westward Lions have been withdrawn from the Midweek League first division, and Westward Rhinos have been pulled out of the Weekend League second division.

Hunts continue their preparations for their Middleton Cup inter-county championship campaign with a visit to Hertfordshire this Saturday in the Eastern Counties League.

Meanwhile, the Hunts women’s team captain Michelle Coleman is hoping to have a strong squad available when the county resume their Johns Trophy campaign following a year’s suspension imposed after withdrawing two years ago.

Their opening game is at home to Suffolk at Parkway on Saturday, June 1.