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Fleetwood Cricket Club secured their first Northern Premier League title since 2005 after finishing just six points off 2nd place Barrow Cricket Club.
The club won an impressive 15 matches throughout the season, including 10 batting second to take the crown.
Kendal.CC batsman Jamie How topped the run-scoring table for the league, reaching a remarkable 1060 runs at an average of 88.
The former New Zealand international finished a big 391 runs ahead of Netherfield.CC batsman John Huck who came runner-up in the runs-scoring table.
Preston.CC skipper Lukman Vahaluwala finished top of the bowlers equivalent taking 72 wickets at an average of 9.
Barrow’s Daryl Wearing and St Annes.CC’s Dinuka Hettiarachchi came a close 2nd, both reaching 64 wickets.
Leyland.CC won an impressive 13 matches on their way to the Division Two title.
The club secured 10 victories batting first to finish 29 points off 2nd place Barrow.
It was almost a double celebration for Fleetwood come the end of the season but the club were edged out by Kendal in the final of the Readers Cup (Division One).
Nick Lewthwaite took 3-10 & Chris Miller finished with figures of 5-43, as Kendal reached the target of 124 to take a 3-wicket win.
Leyland comprehensively won the final of the Readers Cup (Division Two) after dismissing St Annes for just 96 to secure a 163-run victory.
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