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Welcome to the Lincolnshire ECB Premier League  (Follow us on Twitter @LCBPremLge).


First semi-final (10.30am) :  Grantham v Bourne.  

Second semi-final (1.30pm): Alford v Woodhall Spa.  

Final - 4.30pm.      

Come along and see some exciting T20 cricket!

League - May 20th  Only two games were completed, with three abandoned and one rained off early in the day.

However, one of these two games produced the tightest finish possible as, having put Alford in to bat, Lindum were left chasing what seemed a modest 93.  On a pitch affected by the wet weather, it was the spinners who dominated, Tom Lindsay taking six of the visitors' wickets for 23.  But Alford also had the bowlers for the conditions, Rikki Bovey and Andrew White making steady headway into the Lindum lineup.  The first two wickets fell for six runs and when the ninth went with the home side still needing 35, Alford scented victory. 

Jake Benson, who had earlier taken three wickets, was at the crease with eight to his name as former skipper James Kempton came out to join him and this pairing resisted the bowlers' efforts, pushing the score along and eventually securing a one wicket win to move their team into third place in the table.  

Boston also moved up a place to ninth with their second win of the season after Market Deeping lost seven wickets for nine runs.  Having been put in to bat, Deeping set off well, Josh Smith hitting 43 and sharing a second wicket partnership of 55 with David Sargeant.  At 144-3 the visitors were looking to set Boston a sizeable challenge.

But Tim Bell took six wickets in quick succession to bowl Deeping out for 153 and finish with 7-28 off 12 overs, Tom Poole claiming five wicketkeeping dismissals and Sargeant making 64.

Boston got off to a bad start, losing three wickets for only 26 runs before Fayadh Haffejee and Michael Musson got together in a stand of 103.  Haffejee was out for 58 but this was Deeping's last success as Musson and Tom Baxter saw their side to victory.

The other three games survived part of the afternoon, while Louth v Sleaford was called off early in the day.

Spectators are welcome at all of our matches. If you would like a copy of the handbook with all the fixtures, please contact the league fixture secretary.

Photos of the league presentation night are under Community - click on Gallery then presentations in the drop down box.