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The Jolly’s Drinks ECB Cornwall Premier League comes to a climax this weekend with the title up for grabs and three clubs fighting to avoid the one relegation spot.
The title decider is at Falmouth where defending championsWerrington travel with a nine point advantage. A Falmouth win, with enough bonus points, will see them to their first county title for 21 years.
In the relegation battle Redruth are just one point ahead of St Austell, with Paul only nine points from danger. There are two huge games with St Austell hosting Paul and Redruth at home to Grampound Road.
Elsewhere the battle is on for third spot with Callington playing Truro and St Just entertaining Camborne.
The final day in County Division 1 sees four teams in danger of being relegated along with Perranarworthal. Only 10 points cover Troon, Stithians, Penzance and Wadebridge.
The key games see Troon host Penzance, Stithians entertain Roche and Wadebridge are at home to Ludgvan.
Elsewhere the champions Newquay are at Menheniot Looe and relegated Perranarworthal host Hayle.
On Sunday Falmouth and Werrington meet again in the Premier 50/50 Cup Final at St Austell at 12.30pm.
A special game is being held at Truro on Sunday (1pm) to mark the retirement of Tom Sharp as Cornwall County Cricket Club skipper. He held the post from 2002 to earlier this year, when he stood down after the MCCA Trophy quarter final at Berkshire. In a county career spanning 18 seasons he made 87 championship appearances scoring 4075 runs and taking 224 wickets. Added to that he made 55 one day appearances scoring a further 1079 runs and taking 43 wickets. He captained the county on 108 occasions in competitive matches. A Cornwall Past team will play a Cornwall Present team in a 40 over game at Boscawen Park with a raffle in aid of the Air Ambulance.
Cornwall Past: Tom Sharp (Capt), Gary Thomas, Godfrey Furse, Mark George, Nick George, James Hands, Martin Pearce, Martin Jenkin, Rob Harrison, Jon Kent, Gavin Edwards (wk), Chris Hunkin, Keith Parsons, Tim Marrion.
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Truro return to the top of the Premier, 12 points ahead of St Just.
Truro through to 50/50 Final but all up for grabs in the West Group.
Jolly’s Drinks Premier 50/50 Cup games wins for Penzance, St Austell, St Just, and Truro.
Jolly's Drinks Cornwall Cricket League Season Preview
Player Shortage at Treslothan Road
Clubs are invited to sign up for sponsorship deals
Exciting times ahead as Penzance Cricket Club releases details of the creation of a new cricket academy.
Natwest Cricket Force - Registration Now Open for 2016
Following Menheniot Looe’s reinstatement to County Division 1 earlier this week all the East Divisions for 2015 have now been confirmed. In alI the fixtures for 107 of the 153 teams have changed.
The October Cornwall Cricket League Newsletter includes an update on the proposed divisions make up for 2015.
Results of the six East v West County Finals
All the key results on the final Saturday of the Jolly's Drinks Cornwall Cricket League
Devon beat Cornwall by 9 runs at Callington on Sunday . Scoreboard -
Gorran hit a record league score of 531 for 6 in their County 1 game with Stithians.
Late changes have been announced to the 2014 Jolly's Drinks Cornwall Cricket League schedules, following Paul's Premier League withdrawal yesterday.
Cornwall Cricket League Media Statement – Paul Cricket Club.
The Jolly's Drinks Cornwall Cricket League have published their January newsletter
Jolly’s Drinks Cornwall Cricket League Management Committee Statement on Coloured Clothing
Results of the six finals.
Werrington retain their Jolly’s Drinks ECB Cornwall Premier League title by drawing in the top of the table clash at Falmouth.
Arrul Suppiah benefit match at Callington C C on Wed 24th July.
Constantine seconds have withdrawn from Division 7 West with immediate effect.