The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Robin Mulvihill: August 2015
Olly's boys (the 1st X1) travel to Weaverham this Saturday after completing a demolition job against Urmston. They now stand 63 points clear of the relegation places after three wins in the last four fixtures, having played some very good cricket.
Sandy's seconds entertain Brooklands at the Flacca.
With a ten point lead over Timperley, who play third-placed Nantwich, Sandy will want to earn maximum points before a tough trip to Timperley next weekend.
Alex's juniors are keeping pace at the top of the table and close their season with two tricky fixtures against Chester Boughton Hall and Warrington.
There are plenty of changes this weekend with availability and rotation playing their part.
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Barbour Institute (outside)
St Alban's Church
Malpas High St Car Park
Outside the Barbour