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Coming to a cricketing climax

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Batting for all it's worth

The First XI require nine points from their next two fixtures to guarantee their Division 1 status in 2016.

If Christleton win and our 1st XI don't get a decent haul of points at Didsbury, there'll be a lot riding on the last game where we face our nearest rivals from just up the A41.

Let's hope it doesn't go to the wire after what has been a solid season, in the main.

Ben Gibbon gets a start after two great performances in the seconds, Callum Wilson comes back in along with Shewring; Henry Dobson and Alan Brock are away.

The seconds host Grappenhall with a different challenge in mind.

Nantwich's win on Bank Holiday Monday means that although promotion was secured by a romping victory at Timperley, eight points are still needed to give Sandy and his men the title.

The thirds have an agonising wait until Neston play their last game this weekend to discover whether they will finish first or second, with only one team progressing to a promotion play-off.

Alex's men have enjoyed a great season and the youngsters have really come on quickly — Jack Hinchliffe's 5 wicket haul last week shows the strength in depth throughout the junior system.

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