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Cup Fixtures 2010

  Preliminary Round Draws

  Games to be played on Sunday 9th May

  Meyler Cup

Fulwood and Broughton

v

Eccleston

New Longton

v

Fylde

Freckleton

v

South Shore

  Byes:

Garstang

Whittingham and Goosnargh

Great Eccleston

BAC/EE Preston

Longridge

Croston

Norcross

Hoghton

Penwortham

Torrisholme

Thornton Cleveleys

White Coppice

Vernon Carus

 


  Loxham Cup

South Shore II

v

Freckleton II

BAC/EE Preston II

v

Fulwood and Broughton II

Whittle-le-Woods

v

New Longton II

Garstang II

v

Vernon Carus II

Whittingham and Goosnargh II

v

Walton-le-Dale

Norcross II

v

Gregson Lane

Great Eccleston II

v

Longridge II

Charnock Richard

v

Withnell Fold

Wrea Green

v

Caton

Harris Park

v

Penwortham II

  Byes:

Grimsargh

Eccleston II

Fylde II

Thornton Cleveleys II

Kirkham and Wesham

Hoghton II


  Crabtree Cup

Withnell Fold II

v

Charnock Richard II

South Shore III

v

Harris Park II

Croston II

v

Fylde III

Fulwood and Broughton III

v

Blackpool III

Fleetwood III

v

Longridge III

St Annes III

v

Leyland III

Great Eccleston III

v

Garstang III

St Josephs

v

White Coppice II


 
Byes:

Walton-le-Dale II

New Longton III

Wrea Green II

Vernon Carus III

Penwortham III

Kirkham & Wesham II

Torrisholme II

Thornton Cleveleys III


  Dates for Following Rounds

First round

Sun 6th June

 

Second Round

Sun 27th June

 

Semi-Finals

Sun 18th July

 

 

 

 

Crabtree Final

Sun 1st August

Croston

Loxham Final

Sun 8th August

Penwortham

Meyler Final

Sun 15th August

Fylde


Bowl Out Arrangements

Should no result be achieved by playing a match within the cup rules, on the second occasion, the match shall be decided by a bowl out.  The umpires shall be in sole charge of the bowl out in consultation with the captain.

The bowl out shall take place on a suitable 22 yard wicket whether on the main square or on a practise area and artificial pitches shall be allowed.  One umpire shall stand at the bowler's end to judge for no balls and the other at the striker's end to judge for the bounce.

Each player in either team shall take turns to bowl overarm at the stumps with no second attempt allowed. Full tosses shall not be allowed and the team with the most hits shall be declared the winner.  Should the scores still be level, then the bowl out should continue with players allowed a second bowl in a 'sudden death' format.

Should the weather conditions be so extreme that a bowl out cannot take place, the result shall be decided by the toss of a coin.