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Fixtures 6th and 7th June 2009

Leaders Chorley travel to defending champions

Jim Lee was Chorley's hero last week with six wickets

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Leaders Chorley travel to Parkside Road in the game of the day against the defending champions Netherfield.
St Annes are at Lune Road where Lancaster's South African pro Mario Olivier will be making his home debut.
Preston host Fleetwood at West Cliff
while Leyland are at home to Kendal, who welcomed back skipper and pro Ross McMillan last weekend.
Resurgent Barrow entertain a David Wiese inspired Darwen at Ernest Pass while Carnforth's professional Gareth Pedder faces his old club Morecambe for the first time.

Fleetwood's Tom Wilson

Preston's David Fisher

SATURDAY 6th JUNE 2009 (1-00pm)

Barrow v Darwen

Carnforth v Morecambe

Lancaster v St Annes

Leyland v Kendal

Netherfield v Chorley

Preston v Fleetwood

Blackpool no game

Division Two (2nd XI) - Fixtures reversed

St Annes face two games in a day

On Sunday Morecambe and St Annes are both in Lancashire Cup action with St Annes' opponents to be confirmed.

St Annes must also play their ECB National Knock-Out tie with Carnforth and so are fielding their Second XI in a game to be played on their third team ground.
Chorley have an intriguing tie against Liverpool Competition side Lytham who have a number of former Northern League cricketers in their ranks.

In the Cumbria Cup, Barrow travel to play Westmorland League champions Westgate.

Team news to follow as available.

Carnforth's Warren Quinn

Fixtures Sun 7 June 2009

Barclays Wealth LCB Knock-Out Lancashire Cup

Morecambe v Egerton

St Annes v Cheetham Hill

ECB National Knock-Out Cup

Chorley v Lytham to be rearranged

St Annes v Carnforth

Cumbria Cup

Barrow walk over

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