Oakham won the opening match in this year’s Rutland Twenty20 contest, beating Uppingham 2nd XI at the Lime Kilns.
Stamford’s Sunday first team are still looking for their first win of the season in division one of the Rutland League.
Ryan Thwaite ripped apart Whittlesey’s innings, taking five wickets as Market Overton cruised to a 107 run victory on Sunday.
Tom Dixon struck 77 as Bourne fell short against Finedon Dolben in division one of the Rutland League on Sunday.
Chris Howe took six wickets as Uppingham saw off Medbourne in a low-scoring game at Castle Hill on Sunday.
Bourne will play Barnack in the final of the Stamford Charity Cup.
Oakham’s batsmen were among the big-hitters on a mixed day for the club’s two sides in the Everards Leicestershire League on Saturday.
Market Deeping were brought down to earth with a heavy loss knocking them off top spot in the Readers Lincolnshire Premier League on Saturday.
Liam Davé hit another superb century as Stamford cruised to victory at Skegness to maintain top spot in the South Lincolnshire and Border League.
Uppingham Town moved to within four points of top spot with a one-sided victory at Ibstock in division four of the Everards Leicestershire League on Saturday.
Strength in depth is the key to Lincolnshire Premier League leaders Market Deeping’s success.
Stamford Town’s next four games will reveal if they are genuine title contenders, according to skipper Andrew Hulme.
Burghley Park Cricket Club annual Sixes week will take place from July 1 to 5 with the usual mix of day games and the evening sixes with Yaxley aiming to defend their title.
Rutland’s Twenty20 competition begins tomorrow evening with last year’s winning captain, Jamie Dumford, hoping for another all-Uppingham final.
Uffington lost out in another close finish in the Rutland League’s third tier on Sunday.
Oakham skipper Matt Osman’s surprise decision to field first paid dividends in the Everards Leicestershire League on Saturday.
Stamford Town dumped last year’s winners, Bourne, out of the Stamford Knock-Out Shield on Monday evening.
Wayward bowling cost Uppingham a place in the semi-finals of the Stamford Knock-out Shield on Monday evening.
Five wickets for Sam Hodson and three for Dale Howkins helped seal a second successive league victory for Barrowden on Sunday.
Market Deeping returned to the top of the Readers Lincolnshire ECB Premier League following a three wicket victory over Louth on Saturday.
The Uppingham Town juggernaut hit a few bumps on the road to promotion in the Everards Leicestershire League on Saturday.
Stamford moved top as the merry-go-round continued in the South Lincolnshire and Border League Premier Division on Saturday.
Stamford Town opener Liam Davé struck a stunning 155 not out as his side beat struggling Welby to move to the summit of the South Lincolnshire and Border League.
Two Bourne brothers have begun the cricket season at a blistering pace with both picking up centuries this week.
A teenage rider took bronze at a two star rated equestrian event at Houghton late last month.
The Motley Crew will seek to restore honour swiftly when they host the Optimists at Edenham on Sunday.
Barrowden picked up an impressive 7-wicket Rutland League victory away at Hampton on Sunday.
Oakham’s 2nd XI provided a small crumb of comfort on Saturday on an otherwise disappointing weekend at the Lime Kilns.
The quarter-finals of the Stamford Charity Cup threw up some high-scoring clashes with Bourne and Barnack among Monday evening’s big-hitters.
Just three points separate the top three teams in the South Lincolnshire & Border League Premier Division.
Uppingham Town CC have moved up to second in the table as their sensational start to life in the Leicestershire league goes on.
Bourne CC slipped into the bottom two of the Lincolnshire ECB Premier League after Saturday’s round of matches.
Nine members of a cricket club put themselves pain bar over the bank holiday to raise money to replace their dilapidated pavilion.
The Motley Crew took on Burghley Park CC on Sunday with their hosts batting first.
A hat-trick and a skipper’s knock when it was most needed steered Market Deeping to a three wicket victory against Bourne on Saturday.
Uppingham remain hot on the tails of the leaders in division four of the Everards Leicestershire League after their fourth win in five matches.
Bourne have won the Winkworth Cup for the first time since the Readers Lincolnshire ECB Premier League began in 2000, beating Bracebridge Heath in the final yesterday.
Empingham picked up their third victory since promotion to the Grantham League’s top flight, beating Sileby by four wickets at Exton Road yesterday.
Uppingham Town cruised to a first round victory in the John Wilcox Cup at Yaxley yesterday afternoon.
Billingbrough moved to the top of the South Lincolnshire and Border League on Saturday, capitalising on Stamford’s victory at previous leaders Bourne.
Get the batting right and Bourne will give their high-flying rivals Deeping a run for their money in the derby at Outgang Road tomorrow.
Market Overton’s superb start to the season has even surprised their skipper Paul Thwaites, he admitted after his side’s latest win on Sunday.
Stamford Cricket Club will go into their match against South Lincolnshire league leaders Bourne with a spring in their step tomorrow.
Former Market Overton and Oakham School cricketer Matthew Boyce was one of two players to receive county caps at Leicestershire County Cricket Club today.
Bourne and Ufford Park cricket clubs won in the Twenty20 Stamford Knockout Shield on Monday evening.
Oakham Cricket Club paid the price for a threadbare squad with defeats for the first and second team in the Leicestershire and Rutland League on Saturday and Sunday.
Market Deeping were knocked of top spot by new Lincolnshire Premier League leaders Grimsby who won a narrow battle between the top two on Saturday.
Uppingham beat Newborough by five runs to move up to fourth in Rutland League’s second division yesterday afternoon.
Bourne Cricket Club’s 2nd XI moved to the top of the South Lincolnshire and Border League after cruising to 153 run win against Woodhall Spa 2nd.
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