CRICKET: Soggy end to the Cambs & Hunts Premier League season
- Credit: Archant
The final day of the Cambs & Hunts Premier League season was all but washed out.
Only 7.5 overs of cricket was possible in the closing round of Whiting & Partners Division One fixture.
They were played at Waresley, where Godmanchester Town reached 21-3, before persistent rain set in.
Australian ace Michael Ninneman claimed two of those wickets to take his debut season tally to 52 – the best in the league.
The fixture between Ramsey and Eaton Socon, and St Ives’ clash against Nassington, were cancelled.
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Ramsey have proved to be the pick of the local sides by finishing as runners-up, with Waresley claiming a fine fifth.
Eaton Socon ended the campaign eighth with Godmanchester a further place behind. Bottom side St Ives managed just one win all summer as their top-flight return ended in relegation.
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The wet weather ended promoted Kimbolton’s hopes of title success in Whiting & Partners Division Two.
They had to settle for a runners-up finish after their derby date at fifth-placed Huntingdon & District was cancelled without a ball being bowled.
Relegated Warboys conceded a third successive match when unable to raise a side for a trip to Blunham. They have finished the season on -69 points.