With only three games remaining in the league, it is looking like it is Kimberley’s title unless their form falters or they get the worse of the weather.
Saturday’s spectacular win at West Indian Cavaliers was a wonderful experience and a result that very much keeps us in the hunt for the Nottinghamshire Premier League title.
It hadn’t really hit me before, but I was at the Oval with an old friend watching the first day of the fifth Test of the Ashes.
Samit Patel picked up four wickets for the second day running to help Notts Outlaws into the semi finals of the Royal London One-Day Cup after defeating Durham by 49 runs under the Duckworth-Lewis method.
Trent Bridge will host England’s Royal London One-Day International fixtures against Sri Lanka on Tuesday 21 June and Pakistan on Tuesday 30 August in 2016.
Kimberley Institute moved a step closer to the NPL title after beating time and the elements to claim a thrilling win at Birchover Park against the West Indian Cavaliers.
Samit Patel helped spin Nottinghamshire to success on the final day of their LV= County Championship match against Warwickshire at Trent Bridge.
Sheffield's Joe Root has been rested and Reece Topley the only uncapped player called up as England announced two limited-overs squads to take on Australia.
Nottinghamshire secured four of the wickets they need if they are to defeat Warwickshire on the final day of their LV= County Championship match at Trent Bridge.
Nottinghamshire enforced the follow-on against Warwickshire in their LV= County Championship match at Trent Bridge but were then left frustrated as deteriorating conditions wiped out the final session of the third day.
Nottinghamshire moved closer to being able to enforce the follow on during the third morning of their LV= County Championship match against Warwickshire at Trent Bridge.
Kimberley Institute’s train kept on rolling to the NCB Premier League title with their 102 run win over West Indian Cavaliers at Birchover Park.
NCB Premier League table-toppers Kimberley Institute put their 10-match unbeaten run on the line when the pay a visit to Birchover Park on Saturday.
Langley Mill CC moved back up to second place with a winning draw against South Wingfield as the promotion race hots up.
Saturday proved to be a good day for table-topping Kimberley Institute in the NCB Premier League.
Kimberley Institute look to continue their remarkable second half of the season at home to Radcliffe-on-Trent in week 18 of the Nottinghamshire Cricket Board Premier League.
In the Mansfield & District League, Welbeck (217-9) beat rivals Cuckney (149) by 68 runs, Jake Parker (4-37) and Greg Herbert (3-20) doing the damage for Welbeck.
Fast-improving Nottinghamshire dodged the worst of the rain to register their third victory in four LV= County Championship matches by beating Worcestershire by five wickets at New Road.
Kimberley Institute remains on top of the Premier League after completing a six wicket win at Welbeck.
Alex Gidman re-launched his fledgling Worcestershire career at New Road with a battling 71 in two-and-half hours against Nottinghamshire in his first LV= County Championship innings for nearly six weeks.
The demolition of Australia at Trent Bridge this morning has not gone unnoticed by Nottinghamshire’s emergency services - who have taken to social media to mock the Aussies.
Former Papplewick & Linby bowling ace Mark Footitt has been named in England’s 14-man squad for the fourth Investec Ashes Test at Trent Bridge, which starts tomorrow.
After beating the showers and claiming top spot last weekend, Kimberley Institute travel to Welbeck on Saturday looking to consolidate their position.
Nottinghamshire continued their march towards the Royal London one-day Cup quarter-finals by beating Lancashire by four wickets in a tense clash at Liverpool, their fourth win from five Group B matches.
Langley Mill secured a rain-affected draw at relegation-threatened Ockbrook as they looked to push on in their quest to reach Division One.
On a day when the rains came, it was a triple triumph for Kimberley Institute in the battle for the NCB Premier League title.
James Taylor and Samit Patel were Nottinghamshire’s stars as they saw their side to a 7 wickets victory over Essex in the Royal London One day Cup contest at the Chelmsford after being set 269 for victory.