Tough Bracebridge test for Morgan's men
GRIMSBY Town are just one point off a place in the top half of the Readers Lincolnshire ECB Premier League table heading into this weekend's clash with Bracebridge Heath.
With three matches remaining this season, the visitors to Augusta Street are still in the title hunt, so it promises to be a tough encounter for Jim Morgan, left, and his men.
Town's neighbours Louth are also at home tomorrow, when they entertain fifth-placed Woodhall Spa at London Road.
A top three finish is still within reach of the away side, but should they slip up, their place is now being challenged by Lindum.
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Having pulled themselves out of the relegation zone last weekend by beating top of the table side Haxey, Hartsholme now have to do it all again when they play the new leaders.
Hartsholme's victory pushed Skegness to the top and the Seasiders go to Ashby Avenue eight points ahead of Haxey – who this week face Market Deeping, the team that took Hartsholme's place in the bottom two.
Deeping have suffered a frustrating season but, with only four points separating them and the Lincoln side, they will be looking for some giant-killing of their own.
The top three have opened up a gap of 20 points over fourth-placed Sleaford who travel to Boston.
The Mayflower team are well adrift at the bottom of the table and need victories from at least two of their last three games to stand any chance of finishing higher.
Their opening batsman Jonathan Cheer tops the runs total with 666 – the only player over 600 so far this season – and Tom Baxter is closing in on 40 wickets.
And Skegness captain Saeed Bariwala last week became the first bowler past 50 wickets for the season.
12 noon start
Boston v Sleaford; Bourne v Lindum; Grimsby v Bracebridge Heath; Hartsholme v Skegness; Haxey v Market Deeping; Louth v Woodhall Spa.