St Georges kept the One Premier Division title race open going into the final weekend when they beat leaders Southampton Rangers by 13 runs in a thrilling match at Southampton Oval.
St Davids, the defending One 50 Overs Premier Division champions, survived a scare against relegation-threatened Western Stars to keep their title hopes alive.
Somersets One 50 Overs Premier Division status was left hanging by a thread after they slumped to a nine-wicket defeat against Baileys Bay at Somerset Cricket Club yesterday.
Dion Stovell produced a solid all-round display to guide One Premier Division leaders Southampton Rangers to a seven-wicket win over Somerset at Southampton Oval yesterday.
Political opponents David Burt and Jeanne Atherden will play on the same team for a good cause on Saturday when the tenth annual Hiscox 11-and-under Celebrity Cricket Festival is held at the National Sports Centre North Field.
Bermudian Marcus Scotland stands at the non-strikers end, with his last name and score dwarfed by the iconic gas holder at The Oval, London.
High five for teenager Mills Published May 14, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated May 13, 2018 at 11:05 pm) Nirobi Mills claimed five for 26 in his best figures so far since his move to Southampton Rangers this season from Baileys Bay (file photograph by Lawrence Trott) Teenager Nirobi Mills claimed five wickets as Southampton Rangers beat Western Stars by 22 runs in a low-scoring match in the Open League at St Johns Field on Saturday.
Cuts cannot stop Daniels Published May 14, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated May 13, 2018 at 11:07 pm) Willow Cuts fielders celebrate the dismissal of Devonshire Rec captain Lamar Caines, caught at slip by Dwight Basden (23) at Devonshire Rec yesterday to make it 44 for two chasing 150 for victory (Photograph by Lawrence Trott) Willow Cuts pair Tariq Brown and Gabriel Fox (top) collide while trying to catch a skied chance at mid-wicket off Devonshire Rec batsman Ajai Daniels at Devonshire Rec yesterday.
Robinson hits nifty fifty Published May 14, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated May 13, 2018 at 11:04 pm) Nelson Bascome took five wickets for Flatts (File photograph by Lawrence Trott) Coefield Robinson struck a half-century while Nelson Bascome and Paul Carr bagged eight wickets between them to guide Flatts to a 51-run victory over Somerset Bridge in a low-scoring Open League affair at White Hill Field yesterday.
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