Cricket

Liam Cook is back in Brazil working with the national ladies’ cricket XI, writes Steve Birley.

There is still time for clubs or teams to enter the Tolchards Devon Cricket League next season.

Having been denied holding their annual dinner and awards evening in 2020 owing to the on-going coronavirus pandemic, Tipton Cricket Club held an impromptu awards session after their final game of the season.

Tipton welcomed Heads & Tails for their 17th and final game of what has been a much shortened 2020 season, writes Phil Wright.

A reduced cricket season at Ottermouth was brought to a close this Sunday with the finals of Budleigh Salterton Cricket Club’s Community League competition, writes Kevin Curran.

Exmouth will have a new man at the helm when the 2021 Tolchards Devon Cricket League gets underway, writes Conrad Sutcliffe.

Ben Green praised Somerset batsman Eddie Byrom for the way he fought back to leave Essex and Somerset even after day one of the Bob Willis Trophy final, writes Alex Smith of the ECB reporters network.

After the scheduled match against Cavendish Cavaliers was cancelled, Geriatrics stepped in to provide Tipton with welcomed opposition, writes Phil Wright.

The 2020 cricket season was certainly an ‘unusual’ one, but it had a familiar end for Sidmouth CC 1st Xi with the Fortfield men bringing the campaign to a successful one with their success over Heathcoat to lift the Tolchards Devon League Tier One Premier trophy.

Sidbury ended the shortened 2020 Tolchards Devon League campaign with a four wicket win in the play-off H final against Bridestowe II.

Sidmouth played six matches on their way too their latest Tolchards Devon League campaign success.

Sidbury Under-15 girls sparkled in some beautiful September sunshine as they bagged the silver medal in a Devon Super 8 Under-15s competition held at Bovey Tracey.

Tipton’s run of amazing games in 2020 continued with the visit of Yarcombe and Stockland, writes Phil Wright.

A full round-up of all the Tolchards Devon Cricket League results

Topsham St James won the Tolchards Devon League Group Three Play-off C Final, winning by five wickets at Thorverton 2nds.

Sidmouth were crowned Tolchards Devon League Tier One A final champions after their 50-run win over Heathcoat at the Fortfield.

Sidbury will tomorrow (Saturday) host the Tolchards Devon League Tier Eight final, taking on Bridestowe II after a 17-run win over Buckland Monachorum 1st XI in last Saturday’s semi-final.

Ottery St Mary lost their Tolchards Devon League Group Three B semi-final when they were beaten at home by Shaldon Optimists, who booked a place in the final tomorrow (Saturday) at Cullompton, winning by a margin of 52 runs.

Sidmouth entertain Heathcoat at the Fortfield this Saturday (September 12) in the final of the Tolchards Devon League Tier One Premier Cup after a 54-run win away at Plymouth last Saturday.

Tipton St John were winners of a thrilling close contest when they made the short trip across to Whimple, winning the match by a margin of just five runs.

Sidmouth will have home advantage against Heathcoat in the Premier Division play-off final on Saturday (12.30pm), writes Conrad Sutcliffe.

Saturday saw the playing of the semi-finals of the Tolchards Devon League four-team competition.

Exmouth 2nd XI were beaten by four wickets in a low-scoring affair at Sandford 2nds.

Sidbury bagged a double dose of success over the Bank Holiday weekend to win their Tolchards Devon League group and move impressively into a semi-final berth.

Seaton skipper Ben Morgan was delighted with the way his team performed in their final game of the Tolchards Devon League season.

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