Rasen need favour to clinch Division One title
THE curtain comes down on the Lincolnshire County Cricket League season this weekend with a number of promotion and relegation issues still to be resolved.
In Division One, lowly Cleethorpes 3rds can have a say in the fight for the title.
Bracebridge Heath 2nds need 19 points from a possible 20 from their clash to clinch top spot at the expense of Market Rasen.
The Lincoln lads need only five to overtake Scothern and qualify for promotion back to the top flight after a solitary season in the second tier.
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There will be nothing to play for in Scunthorpe but personal pride between Appleby-Frodingham 2nds and Louth 2nds.
However, the teams will be hoping for a batting wicket along the lines of that produced at Brumby Hall last Saturday.
Holton-le-Clay end their season at their home – Tetney Lane – where Horncastle will be the visitors.
Division Two champions Scunthorpe Town 2nds sign off in what has been such a memorable season with a home fixture against Owmby.
This is a vital game for Owmby, who are contesting the second promotion place with Messingham 2nds, Nettleham 2nds and Keelby.
Keelby host Messingham, while Nettleham 2nds entertain second-from-bottom Grimsby Town 2nds who need just three bonus points to escape relegation and send down Caistor 2nds, whose fixtures have already been completed.
In Division Three, the championship and second promotion spot will be decided on the final day of the season, with Haxey 2nds, Hibaldstow and Cherry Willingham 2nds in contention.
Cherry host Haxey, while Hibaldstow have a trip to bottom side Cleethorpes 4ths.
South Kelsey 2nds need to win, and gain a minimum 14 points, from their final match at Alford 2nds to escape relegation and send Broughton 2nds down in their place.
Division Four's promotion places have been decided for some time, so interest focuses on the scrap to avoid the two re-election places.
Immingham Blossom Way need 19 points against Morton to have a chance of overhauling the Gainsborough team.
Scothern 2nds need at least 18 points against Caistor 3rds to avoid finishing in the bottom two.
Sunday sees a solitary top-flight fixture at Broughton, where Cherry Willingham are the visitors for the final Lincs League game of the year.