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MDEL Update

26th July 2018 Posted in Cups by Michael Weeks

The 3 Group winners plus best runner-up progress to the semi-finals on Tuesday 24 July

Seaview OB 159-9, Barripper 109 all out.  click

Helston 158-8, St Gluvias 154-9  click

Final on Wed 1 August Helston v SeaView OB at Helston CC (6.00pm)

 Helston win the final

Barripper 8 6 1 0 1 13
Helston 8 6 1 0 1 13 1.62
Mullion 8 4 4 0 0 8
Crofty Holman 8 2 5 6 0 4
Porthleven 8 1 7 0 0 2
Seaview Old Boys 10 9 1 0 0 18
Mt Hawke 10 7 3 0 0 14 1.4
Falmouth 10 7 3 0 0 14
Stithians 9 4 5 0 0 8
Wendron 10 1 9 0 0 2
Redruth 9 1 8 0 0 2
St Gluvias 8 8 0 0 0 16
Methigion 8 4 4 0 0 8 1.0
Cowethas Crusaders 8 3 5 0 0 6
Camborne SOM 6 2 4 0 0 4
Perranporth 6 1 5 0 0 2


Barripper top the West  group as 3pts to 1pt v Helston in the head to heads

Helston qualify for the semi-final as best runner up on average points .

Mt Hawke finished above Falmouth as they beat them twice.

It has been pointed out Rule 18.6.2 does not cover ‘conceded games’.


That was realised as a mistake in the main league rules two years ago and corrected at the 2017 AGM as and 6.2.7 now reads.


It should have course applied to the evening rules at the same time but that was an oversight that we missed, and we will correct for 2019.


A received concession has to count in the team’s favour, as they were denied the chance to play. The team conceded to mustn’t be penalised.


In any event both Helston and Mt Hawke were conceded to in one game so the same netresult


Semi-Final Draw – avoided the possibility of two clubs meeting from same section

Tuesday 24 July     18.00    

At the Hine Downing Oval          

Central Winner  Seaview Old Boys (h)     v West Winner Barripper  (if wet Wed 25)


At Kernick                                                               

East Winner  St Gluvias (h)         v Best Runner Up   Helston   (if wet Wed 25)


Both Clubs to supply a suitable match ball, spares and umpires for the semi-finals.


Wednesday 1 August  MDEL Final  at Helston CC   18.00    (if wet Thur 2 Aug)

The competition will provide 2 Pink Magna Balls & CACO Umpires for the Final


Wednesday 8 August  Challenge Match –  MDEL Champions v WPEL Champions  at Camborne CC 18.00 (if wet Thur 9 Aug)


18.6 Knock Out Stages
18.6.1 The group winners, along with the number of best second-placed teams required to make up the draw, shall proceed to the knockout stages. In the event of two teams finishing equal on points the higher place shall be awarded to the winner of the game(s) played between those teams. In the event of the game being tied or each having won once, the winning team shall be the team losing fewer wickets in those games. If still tied the higher position shall be awarded to the team with the higher net run rate (based on runs per over) in completed matches between those teams.
18.6.2 Teams finishing second in each section, at the conclusion of the regular season, shall be ranked on average points gained per match actually started.  In the event of two teams being equal on points, the higher position shall be awarded to the team with the higher net run rate (based on runs per over in all completed section matches).
18.6.3 In the event of more than two sections the semi-finals will be drawn prior to the season but include a caveat to avoid the first and second teams from the same section playing each other.