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Date: 21st May 2017

New Brighton stay 100%, Orrell and Liverpool new leaders of Division 1 and 2

New Brighton kept up their 100% record in the PREMIER DIVISION with a 21 run win at Lytham. David While’s 80 not out and man of the moment Ashraf Nawab’s 8 for 91 proving decisive. Ormskirk (Mike Jones 67) maintain their second placed spot after racing to a seven wicket win at Wallasey ( Alex Eagles 64). Leigh recorded a five wicket win at Ainsdale where Mark Lucas hit a 50 for the home side before Ross Zelem steered Leigh home with 112 not out. The games between Bootle (Vishal Tripathi 70) and Colwyn Bay with Ryan Holtby taking 5 for 79, and Southport and Birkdale and Formby for whom James Seward hit 50 and Gary Keedy took 5 for 47 ended in draws whilst play was abandoned at Northern (v Rainhill) with only 39 overs played.

Orrell go top of DIVISION 1 with a six wicket win over Sefton Park, Afaq Ali Sartaj helping to bowl out the visitors for 117 with 5 for 23. They overtake Highfield ( James Taylor 65 no) and Rainford where Andy Davies took 5 for 50, who fought out a draw at the Jubilee Recreation Ground. Prestatyn came out best in a game of two centurions. Matty White hit 136 in vain for Hightown St Marys, answered by Gareth Boughey’s 111 to see his side home by six wickets. Fleetwood Hesketh’s opening pace duo of Steve Gregory (5 for 14) and Jack Wrigglesworth (4 for 14) bowled Newton Le Willows out for 28 after the Fylde Road side had declared on 172-8. The Skelmersdale result ( v Birkenhead Park) has not been posted. Wigan’s game v Burscough never started.

Liverpool’s narrow two wicket win over Spring View takes them to the top of DIVISION 2, Tom Moore having a fine afternoon with 8 for 37 for the winners. St Helens Town gained ground with a 35 run win against Caldy, Josh Davies (50) and Liam Gaskell (5 for 28) making valuable contributions. Ian Carroll scored 105 for Old Xaverians in the drawn game with Wavertree; Tony Campbell made 82 for Southport Trinity in their drawn affair with Northop Hall and although Alder and Maghull had perhaps the most exciting finish of the day with Maghull ending four runs short with one wicket left, they too shared a draw. The game at Prescot and Odyssey (v Parkfield Liscard) didn’t see a ball bowled.

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