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Tattenhall was bathed in sunshine as President's Day marked the conclusion of the cricket season at The Flacca on Sunday.

The new 4 team format of 10 over a side games was a success as Tattenhall Legends were edged by the 1st XI followed by a thrilling tied game between a Presidents XI and the Junior team which was awarded to the Juniors on losing fewer wickets.

After a superb tea and a speech from George Richards thanking the supporters and sponsors as well as a resounding ovation for Brian Jarrard. The wicket and ground were set for a super final as a challenging 126 from the Tattenhall XI was eventually overhauled in the last over by a superb Junior XI performance to claim the title.

A fitting conclusion to the summer at the Flacca followed by a presentation awards ceremony made for a memorable day at our County Ground to conclude the 2016 season in style.

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