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Morecambe boss Jim Bentley.

Morecambe return ready and raring to go

Morecambe boss Jim Bentley was delighted to see his side ready and raring to go for the start of pre-season.

Lancaster professional Rameez Raja. Picture: Tony North

Lancaster to host festival of cricket with Twenty20 finals

Lancaster are hoping for a special day on Sunday when they host a bumper day of Northern League Cricket.

Morecambe captain Josh Dixon. Picture: Tony North

Morecambe look to extend lead at top of Northern Premier League

Morecambe’s captain admits his side are in a “wonderful situation” as they sit top of the pile at the halfway stage of the Northern Premier League season.

Lancaster's Ben Simm.

Ben Simm-ply too good for Kendal

Lancaster took all 15 points in a low-scoring Sunday thriller at Lune Road.

Lancaster's Liam Moffat.

Lancaster forced to settle for losing draw

A flurry of top order wickets put pay to Lancaster’s chasing efforts at home to Barrow on Saturday.

Eddy Read bowling for Morecambe.

Losing draw enough to keep Morecambe on top

Morecambe ensured they reached the half way stage of the Northern Premier League season as leaders of the division as they secured a losing draw away to 2014 champions Blackpool.

Torrisholme batsman Chris Parry in action.

Maw of the same for Torrisholme

Torrisholme crossed the half way stage of the 2015 campaign with a convincing win against a spirited Mawdesley CC side.

Morecambe captain Josh Dixon in action against Preston.

Morecambe captain plays down title chances

Morecambe Cricket Club’s captain is playing down his side’s chances of winning the Northern Premier League title.

Captain Ben Simm in action for Lancaster in their game against Chorley

Lancaster captain wants to turn league form around in double header

Lancaster captain Ben Simm is determined his side will turn their league form around and sees a double header at Lune Road as a chance to do just that.

Ian Perieman for Lancaster in their game against Chorley.

Batting order collapses as Chorley win video

An under-strength Lancaster were given a stiff lesson at Chorley after another batting collapse saw them lose by 84 runs in a game reduced to 36 overs-a-side.

Peter Wilson was in fine form for Shireshead agains Warton.

Wonderful Wilson kills off Warton

Shireshead triumphed over second placed Warton at Clifton Park in a game that was reduced to 36 overs due to the weather.

Torrishome's Chris Parry.

Roebuck and Patel do damage to Torrisholme order

Torrisholme bowed out at the quarter final stages of the Meyler Cup after losing to Penwortham.

Torrisholme opener Andy Butler in action.

Jackson and Lee rip into batting order as Torrisholme claim win

Torrisholme skipper Matt Jackson returned on Saturday as his side claimed another maximum 12 points against Whittingham and Goosnargh.

Morecambe's Ryan Pearson hit 38.

Brilliant bowling attack brings down Preston

Morecambe ensured they gained yet another 15 point win on Saturday as they comprehensively brushed Preston aside in a game they dominated from start to finish. Posting 180-3 declared in a game reduced to 38 overs they then bowled Preston out for just 43.

Lancaster captain Ben Simm.

Lancaster avoid crushing loss

A middle-order batting collapse scuppered Lancaster’s chances of victory in a feisty affair at Lune Road.

Josh Dixon.

Dixon and Dennison help avoid defeat to Darwen

Morecambe avoided defeat at title rivals Darwen at the weekend thanks to major contributions from skipper Josh Dixon and Phillip Dennison.

Torrisholme bowler Neil Jordan.

Five star Lee tears into Kirkham and Wesham

Torrisholme beat newly promoted Kirkham and Wesham on Saturday.

Warton's Ryan Nelson.

Crowther comes to rescue as Warton fight back to beat Holme

Warton produced another good performance to complete an excellent weekend with two victories.

Shireshead's Peter Wilson.

Westgate fall short in T20 quarter final

Shireshead progressed to the semi finals of the Twenty20 Cup with a 50 run victory over Westgate.

Eddy Read hit 32 runs.

Eddy Read-ily steadies ship to help team to competitive total

Morecambe bounced back brilliantly at home to Leyland on Saturday brightening up what had previously been disappointing week in 20/20 action.

Charlie Swarbrick.

Steady Swarbrick keeps his cool in T20 derby clash

Lancaster all but secured the honour of hosting T20 finals day after a tight encounter with Morecambe at Lune Road.

Opening of new Torrisholme CC nets. Ashwell Prince, Torrisholme Cricket Club chairman Mark Drinkall and president John Day MBE

Lancashire’s Ashwell Prince opens new Torrisholme nets

Ashwell Prince believes facilities like Torrisholme Cricket Club’s new nets are key to bringing through Lancashire’s next stars.

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