Pennine League set for the final chapter
THE Pennine Cricket League reaches the end tomorrow when, weather permitting, the last round of fixtures will be played.
The titles were decided last weekend when rain meant no play on either Saturday or Sunday.
Walsden are Premiership champions, and Middleton took the Championship title.
All three local Premiership teams face away games. Littleborough go to Crompton, Rochdale to Saddleworth, and Norden to Stayley.
Milnrow finish at home against Middleton.
Premiership: Austerlands v Greenfield; Crompton v Littleborough; Glodwick v Heyside; Saddleworth v Rochdale; Stayley v Norden; Walsden v Monton and Weaste.
Championship: Ashton v Hollinwood; Friarmere v Micklehurst; Milnrow v Middleton; Shaw v Oldham; Uppermill v Royton; Werneth v Moorside.
2nd X1 Premiership: Greenfield v Glodwick; Littleborough v Werneth; Monton and Weaste v Friarmere; Norden v Walsden; Rochdale v Milnrow; Oldham v Crompton.
2nd X1 Championship: Heyside v Uppermill; Hollinwood v Saddleworth;
Micklehurst v Stayley; Middleton v Ashton; Moorside v Shaw; Royton v Austerlands.