NCCA-Logo MasterExperienced campaigner Brad Wadlan is set to make his first appearance in three years for Wales NC as they attempt to reach the National Counties Trophy final for the first time. 

Wales host Trophy holders Berkshire at Port Talbot today in their first semi-final since they were beaten by Bedfordshire at Dunstable in 1996. (rain delay, now set for 1325 start, weather-permitting)


NATIONAL COUNTIES TROPHY Golding maiden century

NCCA-Logo MasterA maiden Trophy century from Matt Golding helped Devon to a 14 runs National Counties Cricket win over Cornwall at Redruth. 

Golding converted his maiden half century into three figures and shared a third wicket partnership of 173 with Matt Thompson (80). 


CLUB CRICKET Wadebridge win Cornwall 1 by point

Cornwall Cricket chough crestThe Cornwall Cricket League regular season ended on a wet note with half the final day programme washed out.

Just one game survived in County Division 1, title-chasing Camborne CC winning by five wickets at Rosudgeon CC.


CORNWALL CRICKET LEAGUE adapts to new format

CornwallCricket portraitThe Cornwall Cricket League plans to introduce competitive games later this month as recreational step four adapted cricket has been given the Government green light to start next Saturday (July 11).

The England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) are set to publish playing guidance to allow “competitive cricket matches with adjustments to respect hygiene and social distancing” in England this week.


CLUB CRICKET Truro pip St Just to Cornwall title

Cornwall Cricket choughTruro CC won the ECB Cornwall Premier League at the last after overhauling leaders St Just CC in their final winner-takes-all top two clash.

The home side had to win the final Premier game of the season and better St Just by nine points to take the title in front of a large crowd at Boscawen Park.


CORNWALL CRICKET Penzance soaring at Premier summit

CornwallCricket portraitPenzance streteched their Cornwall Premier Cricket League lead to 18 points after beating St Austell by 100 runs.

Second placed Redruth lost to Werrington, who take closer order in third place.


CLUB CRICKET Cornwall Premier decider on Saturday

The ECB Cornwall Premier Cricket League title race will go to the final overs of the season on Saturday.

St Just’s lead has been narrowed to eight points ahead of their final match, a top of the table decider at second placed Truro.


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