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South Lincolnshire & Border League

Welcome to the South Lincolnshire & Border League website.

Applications to join the league are always welcome.  Please contact the secretary (see About Us/officlals) or any committee member.

Long Sutton will play Skegness 2nd in the final of the South Lincolnshire & Border League Cup - date and venue to be decided.

August 12th:  The battle for the league championship hotted up, with all three contenders winning at the weekend.

Just 11 points separate Sleaford 2nd, Skegness and Woodhall Spa 2nd after Woodhall defeated fourth placed Billingborough who are now slipping out of contention.

Billingborough could manage only 84 for nine off their 45 overs, a total Woodhall overtook for the loss of two wickets, Matt Sargeant hitting an unbeaten 59.  Charlie Roberts made 67 of Sleaford's total of 201 for nine and Freiston were then bowled out for 74.  And Skegness scored a seven wicket victory over Grantham 2nd whose overs finished on 155 for six.

Boston 2nd, currently one off the bottom of the table, were set a target of 133 by Stamford only to fall short by 13 runs but the closest game was at Bourne where Adam Binns' 64 helped his side to 163 all out only to see Market Deeping 2nd reach 157 for seven when the overs ran out.

Division One's top two, Long Sutton and Welby Cavaliers, were without a game but third placed Baston failed to capitalise on this, going down to bottom side Billingborough 2nd by six wickets, Richard Wells hitting an unbeaten 53 for Billingborough.

Adrian Culley took five for 22 for Skegness 2nd to help bowl Claypole out for 124 but the seasiders were then all out for 98.

Graves Park's dominance of Division Two continued with Heckington and Pinchbeck fighting it out for second place.

The leaders notched up the day's highest score of 292 for four before bowling Long Sutton 2nd out for 122.

Pinchbeck moved above their rivals with victory over Spalding 3rd while Heckington went down to Belton Park 2nd despite an innings of 69 from Will Harris

Photos from matches and the 2017 league presentation night can be found by clicking on Community, then Photo Gallery or on Nigel West's website

See all results and full scorecards by clicking on Matches then results.  Tables can be found under Competitions.