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HIGHTOWN Cricket Club is starting the 2010 season this weekend with a new name, after a sponsorship deal was struck with Abbey Sefton Hospital.Read
THE 2009 cricket season came to a close last weekend, but despite the excellent weather, none of the Formby teams were able to sign off with a victory.Read
FORMBY Cricket Club's last chance of survival in the Liverpool & District Cricket Competition's Premier Division vanished at New Brighton last Saturday, despite the best efforts of the players.Read
DESPITE another whole-hearted effort at home against Ormskirk last Saturday, Formby Cricket Club's 1st XI remain at the foot of the table with two games remaining.Read
FLEETWOOD Hesketh slipped into the bottom three after a three-wicket defeat at mid-table Hightown in the Business Alliance Liverpool Competition Premier League.Read
PREMIER League survival hopes for Formby Cricket Club's first XI diminished over the weekend, with a heavy defeat at Southport on Saturday and a cloudburst on Monday.Read
A DEFEAT for Formby CC 1st XI last Saturday at Lytham means that they are now in last place in the Premier League with five games to play.Read
BOOTLE moved a big step closer to clinching the Business Assistance Liverpool Competition Premier League crown with a seven-wicket win at New Brighton.Read
ST HELENS were indebted to a stunning all-round performance from Brad Lovell as they boosted their survival hopes with a crucial 13-run win over Liverpool in the First Division.Read
HIGHTOWN took a step closer to securing their Premier status with a thrilling six-wicket victory over Colwyn Bay with just one ball to spare, writes James Pearce.Read
FORMBY followed up an impressive Liverpool Echo KO win with defeat in the league last week.Read
RESULTS were disappointing for Formby Cricket Club, with all four teams losing, despite some good individual performances.Read
ALTHOUGH Formby Cricket Club's first XI lost their important game at Prestatyn last Saturday, the club's other three senior sides all won at the weekend.Read
LAST Saturday, Formby Cricket Club 1st XI drew at home to Hightown after a game of fluctuating fortunes. Hightown batted first and were soon in trouble, losing three wickets for only three runs.Read
WITHERSLACK Group of Schools held their annual cricket day at Formby CC last Thursday.Read
FORMBY CC first XI lost a close game at Fleetwood Hesketh last Saturday, which means they remain perilously close to the relegation zone of the Premier League.Read
HIGHTOWN eased their relegation fears with an impressive 130-run thrashing of Northop Hall, writes James Pearce.Read
FORMBY CC first eleven had to settle for a draw in their important fixture at Newton le Willows last Saturday.Read
A STUNNING first-wicket stand of 215 between Steven Mullaney and skipper David Snellgrove put Bootle on course for another crushing victory.Read
DESPITE the bad weather which hit several games in the area last weekend, Formby Cricket Club managed to complete all six fixtures, winning three and losing three.Read
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