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League president bowls Windscale into cup final

2706millccrik2 WINDSCALE moved into the final of the Vigodny Cup after a superb performance with the ball from David Holliday.

Last updated 27 June 2013
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Cleator CC take a step closer to Lord’s cup final

CLEATOR are one step closer to a Lord’s final after winning the Cumbria/North Lancashire group final of the National Village Cup last weekend.

Last updated 20 June 2013
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Bell and Rooney form a potent strike force

1306hab2 THE Cleator bowling strike force of David Bell and David Rooney ensured victory over Millom in their North Lancs & Cumbria premier division match at the weekend.

Last updated 13 June 2013
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Seascale comeback ends Egremont’s unbeaten streak

SEASCALE came from behind to end Egremont’s unbeaten streak in the first division of the North Lancs & Cumbria League on Saturday.

Last updated 30 May 2013
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Darren’s return could be the key to Cleator’s success

EXPERIENCED batsman Darren Clark could prove to be a major factor in Cleator’s fortunes as the new North Lancs & Cumbria cricket season spins into action this weekend.

Last updated 18 April 2013
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England call-up for Ireland

TEENAGER Andrew Ireland has set his sights on following Cumbrian cricket stars Paul Nixon and Ben Stokes into the first-class game.

Last updated 1 February 2013
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Whitehaven cricketers avoid the slip

havencrick2 COCKERMOUTH, needing eight points to be League champions, were at home to Whitehaven, who needed as many points as possible to try and avoid relegation.

Last updated 13 September 2012
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Carlisle put Cleator to the wicket in premier clash

CARLISLE entertained Cleator who went in first and found runs hard to come by, and were all out for 128. Carlisle pro Saliya Saman took 4 for 24.

Last updated 6 September 2012
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Yet more rain!

THE final week of the rain ruined WACCA 11-a-side season saw little action.

Last updated 30 August 2012
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Fond farewell to Shaheen

cleatorjly28 CLEATOR Cricket Club will wave goodbye to their popular South African player Shaheen Khan with a special challenge match on Sunday.

Last updated 30 August 2012
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Egremont struggle in relegation fight

COLIN Knight’s 97 helped Lindal Moor make 195 for 9 at Kirkby in their Premier Division clash.

Last updated 24 August 2012
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Keswick claim cup

GLEN Weightman produced a captain’s knock to lead Keswick to Higson Cup joy at Penrith.

Last updated 16 August 2012
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Whitehaven claw back another draw despite bad catches

CARLISLE batted first at Kirkby in the Premier League, and with 84 not out from Michael Slack, 45 from Dan Gomersall, and 42 from professional Saliya Saman, Carlisle were 213 for 4 at tea.

Last updated 16 August 2012
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Sun finally puts on a show

THE sun shone this week on the West Allerdale and Copeland Cricket Association (WACCA), but not before the Crisp & Rowell Shield final was rained off.

Last updated 16 August 2012
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Bowler Jack is on top form for Haven

THE Edenside pitch proved difficult for run-making, with both Carlisle and Cockermouth struggling to get a decent total on the board in the Premier Division.

Last updated 9 August 2012
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Windscale Club are champs!

ONLY two games were played in week 15 of the West Allerdale and Copeland Cricket Association (WACCA), but the games both played and unplayed had a major influence upon the destinations of trophies.

Last updated 9 August 2012
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Draw takes Whitehaven clear of relegation zone

havencarlislecrick3 COCKERMOUTH took another huge step towards the Pemier Division title with an excellent seven-wicket victory at Millom.

Last updated 2 August 2012
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Isel win the Challenge Vase – without bowling a ball!

ISEL won the Challenge Vase without bowling a ball as the weather wasn’t good enough for their challengers to play enough games to overhaul them.

Last updated 2 August 2012
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Whitehaven encouraged by their hard-fought draw

cleatorjly27 RELEGATION threatened Whitehaven travelled to Fitz Park and came away with a hard fought draw.

Last updated 30 July 2012
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Cockermouth make hay while the sun shines

THE first game was eventually played in the Border Leisure League – five others have been rained off.

Last updated 26 July 2012
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