NEMWCL The North-East Mid-Week Cricket League 2018

 
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Welcome to the Home of NE England Mid Week Cricket

Welcome to the North-East Mid-Week Cricket League web site. Here every team that plays in the league can have their own area for team specific news, personalised fixture listings, and batting and bowling averages, team profile, history and instructions to where they play.

The league was first formed in 1970 and has been growing in stature ever since. There are five divisions of up to eight teams and has the status of being the largest league in the North East of England.

A full History of the league from its formation through to current times is available and teams are invited to enquiry about joining through the "Contact Us" page of this web site.
Click on the highlighted area to the left to set personalised settings for the site such as your team of choice for news and division of interest for league table listings. Once selected these will be displayed the next time the web site is visited.

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League News

Latest League and Just Sport Cup News

    (Posted On Fri 13 July)

Please download and be sure to read the BelMonte item!

Regrettably, Corinthians have had to resign owing to lack of regularly available players. Their League record of this season has been expunged and the First Division Table amended accordingly.

The Just Sport Cup and Paddlers Plate semi-finals are now ready to be played.

Download Information Sheet 12
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Download Cup and Plate Progress
Download Weekly Press Report


 

Blue Flames win the Merz & McLellan Cup

    (Posted On Sun 8 July)

The Presidentís XI skipper Ross Symington elected to bat on the drought stricken strip and opener Dan Keegan persisted with 40. Jaswinder Singh contributed a characteristic 48 batting at 4, however the side were dismissed for a below par 139 by the 29th over with five Blue Flames sharing the wickets. Most economical was Shahnawaz Awan with 2-11 off his 4 overs.

Blue Flames started badly with Ehsan Humais taking 4-33 including three keeper catches by Desai. After 3 overs, Flames were 10-4. However, old Flame Javed Mirza came to the rescue with a hard hitting 53 not out. He was supported by 30 from Sultan Zeb and 52 not out from Zohaib Shahid as Flames recovered quickly to reach a winning 143-5 in only the 17th over.

League President Malcolm Kennedy CBE presented the Merz & McLellan Cup and thanked Bates for the arrangements and teas, the umpires Peter Woodley and Steve Ransome and the scorers.

Full scoreboard can be downloaded.

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Latest League and Just Sport Cup News

    (Posted On Fri 6 July)

The Merz & McLellan Cup Presidentís XI V 2017 League Champions Blue Flames is a 1:30pm start this Sunday July 8th at Bates Cottages. Spectators encouraged!!

League, Cup and Plate are progressing well; so far so good for England too!

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More News
 
 LEAGUE NEWS
  Latest League and Just Sport Cup News
Download Information Sheet 12 Download League Progress Spreadsheets Download Cup and Plate Progress Download Weekly Press Report
(Fri 13 July)
  Blue Flames win the Merz & McLellan Cup
Download Blue Flames team Download Presidents XI Download Malcolm Kennedy Presents Download Scorebook Details
(Sun 8 July)
  Latest League and Just Sport Cup News
Download Information Sheet 11 Download Weekly Press Report
(Fri 6 July)
  Top Performances so far this Season
Download DRAFT Top Performances 2018
(Wed 4 July)
  Latest League and Just Sport Cup News
Download Information Sheet 10 Download Press Report
(Fri 29 June)
 
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