Sunday 15th July 2018
Royal London Club Championship - fifth round
Northern join Ormskirk in the quarter finals of the Royal London Club Championship after beating Cavaliers and Carrington by 3 wickets.
Chasing 182 to win, the Liverpool Competition side required 33 runs from 5.2 overs when their seventh wicket fell but Jack Boardman (33*) and Tom Sephton (5*) hit the runs with a ball to spare.
Northern now travel to Wolverhampton in the quarter finals.
Meanwhile, Ormskirk had to sit and wait for their opponents, Bradshaw, conceded the tie, preferring to play in the Bolton League's Vitality CLUB T20 finals day.
Ormskirk will travel to Richmond in Yorkshire to take on Richmondshire in the quarter finals on Sunday August 5th.
CAVALIERS AND CARRINGTON 181 (39.2 overs) (Zain Abbas 33, Hashain Nasir 30,
Hassan Azad 27, Shivsinh Thakor 23; Jones 3-29)
v NORTHERN 182-7 (39.5) (Jones 38, Boardman 33*, J Cole 29; Hassan Azad 3-28)
Result: Northern won by 3 wickets
Toss: Cavaliers and Carrington
Result: match awarded to Ormskirk, Bradshaw failed to raise a team
fifth round results
Cavaliers and Carrington (181) lost to Northern (182-7) by 3 wickets
Cuckney (153) lost to Wolverhampton (204-7) by 51 runs
Doncaster Town (124) lost to Richmondshire (165-9) by 41 runs
Havant (135) lost to Clevedon (136-3) by 7 wickets
Ormskirk walkover against Bradshaw
Peterborough Town (129) lost to Brentwood (208-7) by 79 runs
Roffey (151-4) beat Chingford (149) by 6 wickets
Stanmore (220-7) beat Banstead (103) by 117 runs
national stage draw:-
- Sunday August 5th
Stanmore v Clevedon
Brentwood v Roffey
Richmondshire v Ormskirk
Wolverhampton v Northern
semi finals - Sunday September 2nd
Stanmore or Clevedon v Brentwood or Roffey
Richmondshire or Ormskirk v Wolverhampton or Northern
final - Sunday September 23rd
national stage draw
Ray Tyler Shield - semi final
New signing Luke Procter hit 109 from 115 balls with 13x4s and 1x6 to take Liverpool to 228-6 against Wavertree who replied with 150 all out with Henry Charlton taking 4-16.
Liverpool now wait for the winners of the other semi final between Sefton Park and Sutton on Sunday July 29th.
150 (40) (Collin 57, Birch 25;
v LIVERPOOL 228-6 (45) (Procter 109, Jackson 31, Charlton 28, Nelson 23)
Result: Liverpool won by 78 runs
scorecard 1 scorecard 2