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Kingsley CC play in the TACS Partnership Cheshire Cricket League.
10:51, 24 JUL 2013
Kingsley make the cut with application
KINGSLEY Cricket Club's grant application for a new mower for the cricket square has been successful.
Skipper in place
KINGSLEY CC's new first-team captain is Mark Butcher who takes over from Kieron Ollier.
Kingsley fall in chase for treble
KINGSLEY'S bid for three wins in a row was shattered at Chelford by an inspired performance from the hosts' Australian skipper Weston in the Cheshire Building Society Cheshire Alliance's Division One.
Last-gasp despair for Officers
CHESTER County Officers just lost out in another enthralling Alliance match at Kingsley as their promotion prospects suffered a setback.
Kingsley edge way to victory
MID-TABLE Kingsley made hard work of chasing a modest victory target against visiting Cheshire County Officers in the Cheshire Building Society Cheshire Alliance Division One.
Pacesetting Castrol stay undefeated
VICTORY at Kingsley on Saturday ensured Cheshire Cricket Alliance leaders Castrol completed the first half of the season un-beaten.
Collapse again proves costly
NORTHWICH suffered another batting collapse and lost at home to Kingsley in the First Division.
IN AN excellent game at the Croft, Kingsley did their best, but came up short in a thrilling chase.
Brothers save the day
THE Ollier brothers helped Kingsley out of a potential mess and steered them to an ultimately impressive victory over Cheshire Cricket Alliance newcomers Chelford.
Officers are held in thriller
CHESTER County Officers had an enthralling duel against Kingsley, who were in the driving seat before being pegged back to leave the game narrowly drawn.
Draw for Kingsley
KINGSLEY 1st courted victory, flirted with defeat and could even have tied in a nailbiting Cheshire Cricket Alliance Division One draw at Chester County Officers on Saturday.
Signs of improvement
Ellesmere Port 189-7 (12 pts) Chester CO 190-3 (20 pts): PORT produced a much-improved performance following their opening-day disappointment at Kingsley a week earlier, but were still edged out by the visitors with just three balls left.