Mining Division Evening League Summary at the conclusion of Divisions – 17 July 2019
|Seaview O B||8||6||2||0||0||12|
|Camborne SOM (W)||0||0||0||0||0||0|
Match Not Played
Perranporth v Wendron
Seaview Old Boys top the group by virtue of beating Falmouth by 1 run on 24 June – 115-5 to 114-6
Rule to determine semi-finalists
19.6.1 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.
First Tie Break Helston/Mullion/ Pendennis Shipyard / Stithians all ended on 8 points so most points gained in games against each other:
|16/07/2019||Pendennis Shipyard CC – 96-10||Stithians CC – 67-10||Pendennis Shipyard CC – – Won by 29 runs|
|10/07/2019||Stithians CC – 109-9||Mullion CC – 108-10||Stithians CC – – Won by 1 run|
|09/07/2019||Helston CC – 133-2||Mullion CC – 124-6||Helston CC – – Won by 9 runs|
|20/06/2019||Helston CC – 103-4||Pendennis Shipyard CC – 102-7||Helston CC – – Won by 6 wkts|
|05/06/2019||Mullion CC – 136-6||Pendennis Shipyard CC – 149-7||Pendennis Shipyard CC – – Won by 13 runs|
|14/05/2019||Helston CC – 84-6||Stithians CC – 102-7||Stithians CC – – Won by 18 runs|
Which put Mullion out of contention
Second Tie Break Wickets lost in games between Helston/Pendennis Shipyard /Stithians
Helston is the best runner up having lost fewest wickets
Semi-Finals on Monday 22 July at 6.00pm
Winners East Section Seaview Old Boys v Runner Up West Section Helston at Falmouth CC
Winner West Section Mount Ambrose v Runner Up East Section Falmouth at Mount Ambrose CC
Home Club to supply a suitable match ball and both clubs spares. Each club supplies an umpire.
Matches will be set up on play-cricket for reporting purposes
Final at Helston CC on Wednesday 31 July at 6.00pm
For the Final, as usual, the League will supply 2 new Pink Magna Balls,spares and 2 CACO Umpires.
In addition to playing for the ‘Michael Evans Trophy’ and player plaques the winning club, in line with other CCL competitions, will receive an engraved glass trophy to keep.