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Cricket: Aussie pro Tim Buszard full of praise for Northop Hall

AN OPEN letter from Northop Hall’s Australian professional Tim Buszard to the club has revealed his deep admiration for the Flintshire outfit.Read

Cricket: New side Hope admitted into womens cricket league

NEWLY-formed Hope Hawks Ladies have been admitted into the Cheshire Women’s League.Read

Cricket: Spin king Shaun Udal crowns Halkyn champions of Chester Midweek League Division Two

GRAHAM Settle’s Halkyn side celebrated clinching their promotion with county legend Shaun Udal.Read

Cricket: County Championship winner Mark Chilton to reveal all about Lancashire career at Hawarden

COUNTY Championship winner Mark Chilton will be at Hawarden Institute on Saturday, November 12 to tell the true story behind Lancashire’s historic triumph this summer.Read

Cricket: Henry Olonga to visit Flint for talk on his career and standing up to Robert Mugabe

FORMER Zimbabwean test cricketer Henry Olonga is coming to Flint Evangelical Church to speak about his astonishing cricket career and Christian faith.Read

Cricket: North East Wales U12s seize Welsh County Championship title

NORTH East Wales under 12s are Welsh County Champions after beating Mid-Glamorgan at Hoovers Cricket Club in Merthyr Tydfil.Read

Cricket: Danny Nolan steps down as skipper of relegated Northop Hall

MICHAEL Barnes stood out as skipper Danny Nolan stood down when Northop Hall completed a Liverpool and District Competition Premier Division campaign that ended in relegation on Saturday.Read

Cricket: Great batting not enough for Pontblyddyn as Mold fall at Llandudno

PONTBLYDDYN rounded off their season with a disappointing three-wicket loss at home to Denbigh.Read

Cricket: Hawarden Park drop out of top flight despite final-day victory

CONNAH’S Quay celebrated winning the title on Saturday, as victory over St Asaph ensured Llandudno could not catch them in the North Wales League Premier Division title race.Read

Cricket: Northop Hall fall through relegation trapdoor in Liverpool Competition Premier Division

NORTHOP Hall slipped to a 45-run defeat at the hands of Leigh and with it were relegated from the Liverpool and District Competition Premier Division.Read

Cricket: Halkyn survive relegation battle

HALKYN escaped the drop zone on the final day to ensure they take their place in North Wales League Division One in 2012.Read

Cricket: Connah’s Quay’s dramatic Premier Division title victory was destiny claims Martin Burger

BIG-HITTING Martin Burger says Connah’s Quay’s North Wales League title victory was ‘destiny’ after they almost threw it away against St Asaph.Read

Cricket: Pontblyddyn 2nds take Division Two title

PONTBLYDDYN 2nds secured the North Wales League Division Two title and promotion to Division One with a 159-run home victory over Corwen.Read

Cricket: Connah’s Quay title party put on hold as Llanduno appeal

CONNAH’S Quay should be celebrating winning the North Wales League Premier Division title this week after defeating both the elements and bottom club Pwllheli to build a seemingly unassailable lead at the top of the table.Read

Cricket: Northop celebrate return to the North Wales League top flight

NORTHOP finally clinched a return to the North Wales League top flight on Saturday with a 10-wicket thumping of nearest promotion challengers Llanrwst.Read

Cricket: Northop Hall welcome rain as relegation battle rages on

MOTHER nature, so often the scourge of the cricket club, may well have thrown Northop Hall a timely lifeline in their bid for survival in the Premier Division of the Liverpool and District Competition.Read

Cricket: Pontblyddyn survive Mold test to remain in title hunt

PONTBLYDDYN kept up what pressure they could on Connah’s Quay as they beat Mold by five wickets on Monday.Read

Cricket: Northop Hall struggle to beat the drop

THREE games are all Northop Hall have left to save their skins in the Liverpool and District Competition Premier Division after a nightmare August bank holiday weekend saw them sink to the bottom of the table.Read

Cricket: Brave Hawarden Park unable to halt Connah’s Quay title march

CONNAH’S Quay took a massive stride toward the North Wales League Premier Division title at the expense of county rivals Hawarden Park.Read

Cricket: Northop on brink of promotion

NORTHOP are almost guaranteed promotion to the top flight after their first game of the weekend was abandoned and their second cancelled.Read


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