Hassy hop­ing to end on a high

Rossendale Free Press - - Sport - SHELDAN KEAY

THE Lan­cashire League reaches its con­clu­sion this weekend, with Hasling­den Cricket Club look­ing to end the cam­paign on a high in the Phase Two A Di­vi­sion.

The Phase Two B Di­vi­sion has al­ready ended, with Bacup fin­ish­ing in fourth place and Rawten­stall fin­ish­ing rock bot­tom after a dis­ap­point­ing sea­son.

Rams­bot­tom have also played their fi­nal match in the Phase Two A Di­vi­sion, cur­rently sit­ting in sev­enth place.

Hasling­den have one more game re­main­ing though, and could leapfrog their neigh­bours if they are vic­to­ri­ous when they travel to Birch Hall to take on Dar­wen.

It will be a dif­fi­cult match for Hasling­den, as Dar­wen are guar­an­teed to fin­ish in sec­ond place.

Hasling­den were beaten when the two teams met at Bent­gate earlier this sea­son, with Dar­wen pick­ing up a 69-run win back in July.

The fi­nal weekend of the Lan­cashire League sea­son gets un­der­way on Satur­day when Low­er­house face Tod­mor­den, as both teams have a game in hand on the rest of the di­vi­sion, bar Rams­bot­tom. The matches on Sun­day then see Burn­ley host Clitheroe, East Lan­cashire take on Low­er­house and Tod­mor­den wel­come Nel­son.

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