Hartford 2nd XI fail to raise a team

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The 2nd XI's match at home to Hartford 2nd XI was cancelled, as Hartford were unable to raise a team. This was disappointing as the players had worked hard on the Gorse Croft ground to ensure that the match could go ahead, following the rain during the week.

 

As a result Audlem were awarded 25 points, whilst Hartford didn't get any points at all. This means that, with some results still to come in, the 2nd XI appear to be in either fifth or sixth position in Division 4. Indeed, there is little to choose between second-place Old Parkonians and Audlem.

 

On Saturday the 2nd XI travel to fourth-place Wilmslow, hoping to overtake them in the table.

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