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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)

ECB Area T20 finals:  Winkworth Cup winners Sleaford represent the league in the ECB Area Finals at Market Deeping CC on Sunday, August 7th.  The other three teams are Sandiacre (Derbyshire Premier League), Bradford & Bingley (Bradford League) and Hallam CC (South Yorkshire League) who will be Sleaford's opponents in the first semi-final at 10.30am. The final will take place at around 4.30pm.  

League July 23rd: The top four teams are still separated by nine points, with Bracebridge Heath heading the list, six ahead of Sleaford for whom Obus Pienaar topped 1000 runs for the season.

But it was Tom Shorthouse who starred for Sleaford after the South African was dismissed for 31.  Shorthouse hit 162 of Sleaford's 308-8 but Jonny Cheer's unbeaten 65 enabled Boston to hang on for a draw, finishing on 200-8.

Lindum stayed in touch with the top four as Luke Robinson also made a century, hitting 116 at Louth.   Lindum's innings ended on 294-6 but Louth's batsmen were unable to match their opponents and were all out for 86, Jonny Miller taking 4-8t and Richard Bishop claiming five wicketkeeping dismissals.

The third ton of the day came at Nettleham where Prasanna Jayawardene completed his century with one run needed for victory.  Nettleham made a steady start to their innings, Phil Brown hitting 52 and at the close had set Woodhall Spa a total of 194-7.

Jayawardene came to the crease with the score on 16-1 to share a partnership of 107 with 15 year old Henry Wilson (40). The Sri Lankan then lost three more partners but reached his 100 off 97 balls to take Woodhall to a five wicket victory. 

Saeed Bariwala returned to Skegness to take seven wickets at Market Deeping after Pradeep Chanditha and Dylan Labuschagne had hit 65 and 57 respectively in the seasider's total of 198.  Market Deeping were then bowled out for 169.

Carl Wilson and Jack Berry both hit half centuries for Bourne but Matt Carter took five wickets for Bracebridge Heath and the final wicket fell on 211.  Nick John then hit 70 as Bracebridge claimed a four wicket win.

Grantham added to Grimsby's woes as Joe Peck's five wickets helped bowl their visitors out for 105, Steve Crossley hitting 42 before Ross Carnelly and James Dobson (61) saw Grantham to a 10 wicket win.

 The next league meeting is on August 3rd at Lindum CC, 7.30pm

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