Rivals to battle it out for their spot in Knock-out final
IT's the penultimate match of the Grimsby Town Knock-out competition tonight as Lincolnshire Cavaliers return to battle out the second semi-final with Hull side Fenner.
And there is all to play for, as the winners will go on to meet hosts, Grimsby, in the final next Monday.
Fenner are likely to field some different faces from those who narrowly beat Caistor in the delayed first round match.
But top batsmen Dominic Rhodes and Sam Fuller are expected to play along with Ross Davy, the pick of the bowling in the first round match.
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Cavaliers include many of the players who beat Messingham by just one run to reach the semi-final.
Ex-Grimsby players Simon and Tom Webb, Geoff Middleton, Jon Miller and Steve Crossley (above) all return to their former club.
They will line up alongside Market Rasen's Graeme Bell, Dale Christie, Ian Williams and Matt Rutherford.
Lindum all-rounder Karanjit Bansal and new Sri Lankan signing Gahan da Silva make up the team.
The action starts at 6.15pm at Augusta Street.
Entry is free for Grimsby members and £2 for non-members.
Cavaliers: G Bell, M Rutherford, I Williams, S Crossley, K Bansal, T Webb, S Webb, D Christie, G Middleton, J Miller, G da Silva.
Fenner (from): M Cooke, S Fuller, D Rhodes, W Rhodes, P Daniels, D Cain, G Williams, I Pratt, R Davy, P Rusling, M Arundell, J Hellwig, P Scrowston, J Elliott, L Robinson, S Hewitt.
Look out for a report from the second semi-final of the Grimsby Knock-out in the Telegraph later this week.