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Long Sutton will play Skegness 2nd in the final of the South Lincolnshire & Border League Cup on Sunday, September 24th at Boston CC at 1pm.
August 26th: Two centuries in a huge total of 322 for three kept Sleaford 2nd in contention for the championship.
Skegness, who retained their lead with a seven wicket win against Freiston, have a seven point advantage, but Sleaford have a game in hand
Simon Godby hit 112 and Ben Bulmer an unbeaten 100 for the second placed side, sharing a third wicket partnership of 147 before Market Deeping 2nd were bowled out for 137.
A third century in the Premier Division came from Shaun Brown of fourth placed Billingborough who were left chasing Bourne 2nd's total of 246 for eight, Brown made 102 and Scott Tite 62 but Billingborough fell short on 217 all out.
Boston 2nd also topped the 200 mark, the final wicket falling on 218. Ben Troops then took a hat trick in his four for 10 and Damian Lawson claimed five for 37 as Grantham were all out for 161.
Stamford Town made 176 for eight against bottom placed Spalding 2nd who were all out for 136.
Division One also saw two centuries as Claypole topped the 300 mark after initially being reduced to 33 for three by Timberland. Alexander Ireland hit 89 and Graham Revill and John North were both unbeaten on 73 and 101 respectively in Claypole's 318 for four. Chris Wharmby then took five for 32 as Timberland were bowled out for 60.
And James Tickler made 105 and Mark Richardson 68 as Baston notched up 264 for five before bowling an under-strength Boston 3rd side out for 28,
Bottom side Billingborough 2nd earned a welcome win in a close game against Skegness 2nd. Euan Boswell (76) and Richard Wells (62) put on 158 for the second to help their side to 201 for six. Skegness reached 143 for three but then lost three wickets for five runs and despite a lower order fightback, were all out for 191.
Long Sutton marched on at the top after bowling challengers Welby Cavaliers out for 77 and reaching their target without loss. Welby now lie third, 17 points behind Baston but with a game in hand.
The mid-table clash between Moulton Harrox and Belton Park saw Belton come out on top by five wickets, Dan Reynolds hitting an unbeaten 50.
Only one game was played in Division Two, Long Sutton 2nd making 259 for five before bowling Spalding 3rd out for 53.
See all results and full scorecards by clicking on Matches then results. Tables can be found under Competitions.