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IT was not a day for bowlers on Saturday. In a run fest at Ocean Park, Hightown blasted their way to their highest total of the season, but could not defend it against bottom club Prestatyn.Read
ALTHOUGH last Saturday's weather was the exact opposite of seven days earlier, last weekend produced some more entertaining and enjoyable matches.Read
HIGHTOWN’S cricketers will be kicking themselves for losing this encounter at Fleetwood Hesketh on Saturday.Read
Formby Cricket Club enjoyed last weekend’s glorious weather and recorded three fine victories.Read
BOOTLE completed a Bank Holiday weekend double as they eased to a five-wicket win over Lytham at Wadham Road yesterday.Read
THE weather ruined three of Formby Cricket Club's matches last weekend, but could not prevent the second eleven beating Northern at Cricket Path last Saturday.Read
THE weather again intervened last Saturday after Formby first XI put Wallasey in to bat at Cricket Path.Read
THE Bank Holiday weekend brought a mixed bag of results for Formby Cricket Club, whilst the weather displayed characteristics of all four seasons of the year at different times, writes Mike Ansdell.Read
FORMBY Cricket Club have announced the appointment of Andy Grice as Academy Director for the 2009 season as he returns to the club after a three year absence.Read
PAT Jackson helped maintain Bootle’s perfect start to the Business Assistance Liverpool Competition Premier League season with a stunning century in their 152-run victory at Prestatyn.Read
AFTER their fine start the previous week, Formby CC 1st XI suffered a heavy defeat last Saturday at home to Fleetwood Hesketh.Read
FORMBY Cricket Club made an excellent start to the 2009 season with a victory by 27 runs over Newton le Willows after an exciting game where the result was in doubt until the last few overs.Read
PLAYERS and officials of Formby Cricket Club are looking forward to the 2009 season.Read
IT was out with the old and in with the new at Formby Cricket Club last week.Read
AFTER the constant heavy rain in the preceding week, it was no great surprise that the weather prevented Formby Cricket Club's first and second XIs from playing last Saturday.Read
FORMBY Cricket Club first XI faced a difficult game at home to third placed New Brighton last Saturday, eventually losing by six wickets.Read
HIGHTOWN maintained sixth position in the Liverpool and District Cricket Competition after a monumental effort from pace bowler Andy Warhurst.Read
THE Bank Holiday weekend was fairly successful for Formby Cricket Club.Read
HIGHTOWN lost a disappointing encounter against strugglers St Helens Recs on Saturday, but recovered to play their part in a close draw with Formby on Bank Holiday Monday.Read
ANOTHER successful Saturday brought wins for Formby first and second teams.Read
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