Bay and St George’s to meet in top of group T20 clash
Championship flight places will be confirmed during a busy weekend of Twenty20 matches with 14 matches scheduled over the two days to complete group play.
Bailey’s Bay and St George’s, who have a win each in group A2, will meet at Sea Breeze Oval tomorrow with the winner advancing to the next round. The losers will get another chance on Sunday when Bay play Devonshire Recreation Club and St George’s face Tuff Dogs.
In tomorrow’s opening match at Sea Breeze Oval, Cleveland County will play their first match in the competition when they meet PHC in group A1, the only group with three teams.
A Cleveland victory over PHC would make certain that Cleveland and Willow Cuts advance ahead of their meeting on Sunday at Somerset Cricket Club.
Southampton Rangers and Western Stars, with a win each already, are favoured to progress from group B1 while St David’s should do likewise from group B2 where Somerset Cricket Club and Somerset Bridge are yet to play after their match on April 30 was postponed.
Rangers play Flatts tomorrow in the second match at Southampton Oval, with Stars taking on Warwick Workmen’s Club in the first contest. Tomorrow, Rangers and Stars meet at Southampton Oval at 3.30pm to close out group play while Warwick play first in the opening match there.
St David’s take on Somerset at Lord’s tomorrow at 3.30pm while North Village play Somerset Bridge in the 3.30pm match at White Hill Field. On Sunday, Village play Somerset at Somerset at 11am and St David’s play Somerset Bridge at Lord’s at 3.30pm.
Championship and Plate matches will be held on May 20, 21 to determine the teams for the May 28 finals.
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