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Kingsley CC play in the TACS Partnership Cheshire Cricket League.
17:51, 25 JUL 2013
Cricket: Kingsley enjoy shock win over Runcorn
KINGSLEY delivered the shock result of the day in Division Two as they gained their second consecutive 25-point victory by beating promotion challengers Runcorn.
Cricket: Travis Martin takes a magnificent seven for Kingsley in last-gasp win
KINGSLEY’S Travis Martin dismissed Bowden Vale’s final batsman with the last ball of the game to register match-winning figures of 7-20.
Final proves a step too far
KINGSLEY'S second string were left heartbroken after they were comfortably beaten by Stalybridge St Paul's seconds in the final of the Cheshire Cricket Alliance Cup.
Massey robbed of win
KINGSLEY dominated proceedings at Sandbach on Saturday but were unable to force the win.
Devastating Hogben is star man
JAMES Hogben returned incredible bowling figures of 8-21 from 11 overs as Wistaston enjoyed a resounding seven-wicket victory over Kingsley.
No respite for strugglers the batsmen getting in.
KINGSLEY continued their poor run of form with another defeat away at high flyers Chester County Officers.
Leggy Law turns screw
KINGSLEY'S second string continued their unbeaten start to the season with a fantastic win at home to Bun-bury.
Batters let down leaders
KINGSLEY endured a miserable Saturday as their defeat at BUNBURY resulted in them losing their place at the top of Division One.
Kingsley draw to stay top
KINGSLEY hung on for a draw against newly-promoted Hartford to remain top of Division One.
Showdown date with leaders
ELLESMERE Port's Phil Ashton has declared his side are 'raring to go' for their showdown with Division One leaders Kingsley at the weekend.
Kingsley cling to top slot
KINGSLEY held on for a draw against newly-promoted Hartford to remain top of the Cheshire Cricket Alliance's Division One but they lead by just two points.
Kingsley fail to apply
A DRAW at home to a depleted Sandbach outfit kept KINGSLEY on top of Division One on Saturday.
Kingsley start on front foot
KINGLSEY began their Division One campaign with an emphatic win at home to a Wistaston side missing key players.
Wistaston pay for collapse
WISTASTON Village suffered a stuttering start to their Cheshire Alliance Division One campaign with defeat at Kingsley.
Helsby High School
Club singing the changes
PLANNING consent has been granted by Vale Royal Borough Council for an extension to the pavilion and changing rooms at Kingsley Cricket Club's ground at The Croft.
Helsby High School
Net practice call
Kingsley's indoor nets begin on Tuesday, February 7, at Helsby High School.
Port aim to go out on a high
ELLESMERE Port continued their late-season charge by recording their third straight win at home to Kingsley on Saturday.
Hopes rocked by title chasers
KINGSLEY'S hopes of promotion from Division One finally evaporated in the late summer heat at league leaders Chelford.
Bid for survival continues
ANOTHER inspired all round team performance from Kingsley gave them their second consecutive 25-point victory at home against Bunbury in Division One.
Kingsley return to form
KINGSLEY travelled to Wistaston last Saturday needing to get back to winning ways.
Port power to second record-breaking display
ELLESMERE Port's bowlers have made history for the second time this season after they skittled Kingsley for just 48 runs on Saturday on their way to victory.
Kingsley leave it late to wrap up victory
KINGSLEY pulled off a last-ball success against Styal in Division One.
Kingsley steal the show with thrilling finale
FOR the second time this season, Kingsley came out winners in a last-ball thriller, this time against Styal in the First Division of the Cheshire Cricket Alliance.
Villagers find winning formula
WISTASTON Village got their Division One show on the road with a nerve-jangling victory at Kingsley.