CORNWALL CRICKET LEAGUE Down to the wire for many

Bond Timber Cornwall Cricket LeagueThe Bond Timber Cornwall Premier League season is set for a thrilling finale this afternoon with three teams, separated by just five points, fighting to avoid the one relegation spot.

Penzance won the title, for the third successive season, with two games to spare so all the final day interest will be at the foot of the table where Truro and Werrington are tied on 147 points and Callington have a five-point advantage.

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NATIONAL COUNTIES CRICKET Down to the wire...

NCCA-Logo MasterThe National Counties Championship regular season reaches its conclusion today with 13 of the 16 counties in action still having plenty to play for. 

The two places in next month’s final at West Bromwich Dartmouth, which involve the respective winners of Eastern and Western Division One, have yet to be decided as have the two counties that will be relegated and the two that will be promoted to replace them as winners of Eastern and Western Division Two!

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NATIONAL COUNTIES TROPHY quarter-finals day

NCCA-Logo MasterAll-rounder Sam Griffiths will make his first appearance for Wales NC in four years in today’s National Counties Trophy quarter-final against defending champions Berkshire at the Falkland club in Newbury. 

Griffiths, who plays his club cricket for Neath, was a regular for Wales between 2012 and 2018 but family commitments have since ruled him out of selection. 

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NATIONAL COUNTIES Championship preview

NCCA-Logo MasterWales NC today take a three-day match to Panteg CC in Griffithstown for the first time having switched their Western Division Two match against Wiltshire from Usk. 

Wales have previously used Panteg for white ball matches and the ground was used as a home venue by Monmouthshire in the Minor Counties Championship, the last time in 1932. 

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NATIONAL COUNTIES CRICKET Cater's twin targets

NCCA-Logo MasterJonny Cater will have twin aims when Oxfordshire host Suffolk in the quarter-finals of the National Counties Trophy at Banbury today: to take his side one step closer to a second title of the season and to improve his prospects of becoming the competition’s Most Valuable Player. 

Cater has already led Oxfordshire to the National Counties T20 title this season to add to the National Counties Championship they won last September. 

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NATIONAL COUNTIES TROPHY Semi-final draw and venues

Finchampstead and Great & Little Tew Cricket Club have been chosen as the venues for the National Counties Trophy semi-finals on Sunday August 7. 

Defending champions Berkshire will take on Dorset at Finchampstead Park with Oxfordshire hosting Cumbria at Ledwell Road in Great Tew.

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NATIONAL COUNTIES TROPHY Oxfordshire choose Banbury

Banbury’s White Post Road ground has been confirmed as the venue for Oxfordshire’s National Counties Trophy quarter-final against Suffolk on Sunday July 17. 

The game was the only one of the quarter-final ties without a confirmed venue after the quarter-final draw was made earlier this week. 

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