Division One – July 29:
Appleton (25pts) w/o Wistaston Village (minus 10pts)
Didsbury v Oakmere – Match cancelled, 8pts each
• Oakmere were unable to play today due to rain, but still stand a good chance of retaining the Championship if they can win their last three league matches, although should they beat rivals Appleton, the bonus points to which they can restrict their opponents could be crucial
Division Two – July 29:
Leigh v Stockport Trinity & Oxton v Stockport Georgians – Matches cancelled, 8pts each
• Despite not playing today, Stockport Trinity have an opportunity to wrap up the division two title on home turf next Sunday, when they host Ashton-on-Mersey
Division Three West – July 26:
Chester Boughton Hall 2nd XI 35-4 (12; Annette Axon 12, Charlie Scudder 2-6) (3pts)
Upton 36-2 (5.3; Sophie Morris 25*) (25pts)
(Reduced to 12 overs per side due to traffic accident in area)
• Another comfortable victory for Upton as they took one step closer to the title.
Nantwich 92 (Hannah Wilson 31)
Chester Boughton Hall 2nd XI 44 (Kelsey Barker 2-?, Flo Seymour 2 - ?, Connie Jamson 2-?)
(Full details not available at present)
• Nantwich seem destined to finish second behind Upton, but they have plenty to be proud of from their first ever season, and this was certainly another impressive performance ion what was the only match to survive the weather on this day.
Division Three East – July 23:
Woodley 135-4 (20; Nic Derbyshire 29*, Georgie Morton 29*, Shumaila Zaman 3-23) (25pts)
Didsbury 2nd XI 90-8 (20; Kate Scott-Griffiths 36, Alex Wilson 2-20) (7pts)
• Woodley have only played half of their scheduled 12 league matches to date, but here they recorded their fifth win from six, and provided they can fulfil all of their fixtures in the remaining weeks, could yet challenge for the Division 3 East crown.
Appleton 2nd XI 124-2 (20; Amy Jones 35ret, Katy McLean 35ret, Emily Page 28*) (25pts)
Lymm Oughtrington Park 63-7 (20; Carol Ingham 29, Amy Jones 3-0, Eloise Jackson 2-5) (3pts)
(All Appleton wickets were Retired Out, so Lymm do not receive bowling bonus points)
• Amy Jones had a superb all-round match as Appleton seconds remained unbeaten by other Division Three East sides – they have lost two cross-divisional fixtures.
Knockout Cup Semi-Final – July 26:
Stockport Trinity Fire 114-5 (20; Jennie Kitzinger 28ret, Emma Royle 25ret, Gaby McKeever 20, Amna Malik 2-31)
Didsbury Swordettes 110-3 (20; Hannah Jones 26ret, Roshini Prince-Navaratnam 25ret, Leesa Mellon 23, Sophie McArdle 2-29)
• Stockport Trinity maintained their 100% record in all competitions this year, but only by the skin of their teeth in a thrilling clash, ending Didsbury’s hopes of a third successive final in this competition. In what will be their first Knockout Cup Final, Trinity will play Appleton or Chester at Ashley CC on August 19.