Audlem's 1st XI went to Division 2 leaders Glazebury knowing that a defeat would seriously harm their chances of gaining promotion. In a thrilling game, they looked to be down and out, with Glazebury level and two wickets in hand. However, Neil Humphries had other ideas as he took two wickets with consecutive balls to tie the match. Audlem gained 15 points and Glazebury 10.
Unfortunately for Audlem, Ellesmere Port, who started the day on level points, gained 20 points from their encounter with Holmes Chapel. This means that with two games remaining, Glazebury still lead, four points behind them are Ellesmere Port, with Audlem a further five points back. It looks as though all could rest on Audlem's final game at Ellesmere Port.
A match report will follow later.
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