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Berkshire hope that a change of formats will help them to bounce back from a mauling by Staffordshire’s Nils Priestley at National Counties T20 Finals Day. 

Former Derbyshire all-rounder Priestley plundered an unbeaten 147 from 66 balls to set up Staffordshire’s 68 runs win in the first semi-final at Tring Park which ended Berkshire’s hopes of winning the competition for the first time since 2018. 


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Bond Timber Cornwall Cricket LeaguePenzance, St Austell and Helston lead the way with back-to-back victories after the first two rounds of the Cornwall Premier League.

Kiwi Simon Keene hit an unbeaten century to set up a 73-run win for Penzance in the West Penwith derby at St Just. After taking three wickets Max Waller top-scored with 47 for the hosts.


CORNWALL CRICKET Smith looking forward to T20 finals

NCCA-Logo MasterPaul Smith is looking forward to the proudest moment of his cricketing career when he leads out Cornwall at National Counties T20 Finals Day at Tring Park on Sunday. 

Smith, a 30-year-old batter, has guided Cornwall to Finals Day in his first season as county captain with a brace of victories over Devon in their final double-header enabling them to overtake Dorset at the top of Group Two. 


CRICKET Cornwall will have to break Herts to reach final

Cornwall will have to overcome 2019 winners Hertfordshire if they are to reach the National Counties T20 final.

Berkshire and Hertfordshire, two previous winners of the competition, have been kept apart in the draw for this season’s semi-finals.


NATIONAL COUNTIES Hertfordshire through to T20 finals

Hertfordshire have become the second side to qualify for this season's National Counties T20 Finals Day at Tring Park on May 21.

Hertfordshire had needed to win one of their matches against Suffolk at Welwyn Garden City on Sunday to clinch Group Three.


NATIONAL COUNTIES Libby returns to Cornish roots

CornwallCricket portraitWorcestershire batter Jake Libby returned to his cricket roots at the weekend when he played league cricket for Callington and for Cornwall in their National Counties T20 double-header against Dorset at Milton Abbey School. 

A free weekend for Worcestershire meant that Libby was able to return to the Duchy and also make his first appearance for Cornwall in five years. 


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