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CRICKET: Pinchbeck’s hopes are washed out




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Only two games were played to a finish – and both affected the top of their tables.

In the Premier Division, Sleaford 2nd beat Skegness to secure the championship for the first time since 1993.

Welby Cavaliers made sure of second place in Division One behind champions Long Sutton with a 15-run victory against Belton Park in a reduced-over match.

Bourne 2nd reached 207-6 against Spalding 2nd with loan player James Tickler hitting an unbeaten 79 before play was abandoned.

Market Deeping were 117-6 when rain stopped play against Stamford Town.

In Division Two, the weather put paid to Pinchbeck’s chances of finishing runners-up as the game at Belton Park had to be called off due to a waterlogged pitch, leaving them two points behind Heckington.

Next weekend is the last of the season and includes the league cup final at Boston on Sunday between Long Sutton and Skegness 2nd, starting at 1pm. Spectators are welcome.

Premier Division: Skegness 52, Sleaford 2nd 53-3; Bourne 2nd 207-6 (Tickler 79no) v Spalding 2nd – abandoned; Market Deeping 117-6 v Stamford – abandoned; Boston 2nd v Billingborough – no play.

Division One: Welby Cavaliers 111-9, Belton Park 96 (reduced to 60-over match); Claypole 13-0 v Billingborough 2nd – abandoned.

Division Two: Belton Park 2nd v Pinchbeck – no play; Grantham 4th conceded to Long Sutton 2nd.



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