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Lincolnshire County Board Premier League

Welcome to the Lincolnshire ECB Premier League  (Follow us on Twitter @LCBPremLge.  Follow Live Scores on Total Cricket Scorer)

Winkworth Cup:  Following a rain affected day of T20 matches which saw a number of bowl outs, Bourne, Sleaford, Woodhall Spa and Louth are the semi-finalists in the Winkworth Cup.  Bourne play Sleaford at 10.30am on Monday May 30th and Woodhall Spa and Louth meet at 1.30pm with the final at 4.30pm, all at Sleaford CC.

League, April 30th 

A captain's innings from Jack Curtis brought Nettleham their first victory following their promotion to the Readers Lincolnshire ECB Premier League.

Skegness were bowled out for 186 and Curtis then hit an unbeaten 75 after coming to the crease with the score on 73 for two and added 87 with Matt Smith.  Smith, who had shared a second wicket stand of 66 with Phil Brown, was out for 66 but Curtis saw his team home for the loss of five wickets.

Grantham and Market Deeping now top the table, the only sides with maximum points.  Grantham scored a comprehensive victory over Sleaford but Deeping were involved in the tightest game of the day, beating Lindum by one wicket after chasing just 121.

Outstanding bowling from Mel Adatia with 17 overs, eight maidens and 2-16 was matched  by wicketkeeper David Sargeant with five dismissals and Sargeant was there at the end with an unbeaten 22 to see Deeping home.

Dan Freeman and Dan Webb each hit 59 of Grantham's 257 for nine and Freeman went on to take four wickets as Sleaford were all out for 122

Bracebridge Heath also made 257 for nine, Nick John falling just two short of his century and Brett Houston hitting 45 in a second wicket stand of 116 with John.  Tanveer Sikander to the crease.  By the time Sikander made 113 off 98 balls for Woodhall but the innings ended on 205 for nine.

A good innings from Ben Stroud who hit 78 of his side's 185 for nine anchored the Bourne innings as Tom Baxter claimed five wickets for Boston who were for 63.

Water under the covers at London Road reduced Louth's game against Grimsby to 64 overs, the home side making 132 for eight, a total Grimsby overtook for the loss of seven wickets.

The next league meeting is provisionally booked for August 3rd.

View all scorecards by going into Matches then Results.  Tables can be found under Competitions.  Photos from matches and the league presentation night can be found by clicking on Community,  then Photo Gallery or on Nigel West's website  www.photoboxgallery.com/nigelwestphotography