Cricket: Tough test awaits for Snell's men
GRIMSBY Town CC travel to Bracebridge Heath 1sts in what could be a tough encounter for Neal Snell's team.
The Augusta Street club have struggled with the bat in recent weeks and will be hoping to fare better against Paul Cook's strong outfit.
It could be an equally difficult task for Louth CC – Andy Carrington takes his side to Jubilee Park where they will face second-placed Woodhall Spa 1sts.
Louth currently occupy a mid-table position and will be searching for a positive result to move into the top half of the Readers Lincolnshire ECB Premier League.
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Meanwhile leaders Skegness 1sts face, on paper, the easiest game of the day when they entertain bottom team Hartsholme 1sts – the visitors will, however, remain hopeful of a giant killing.
Haxey 1sts face a long journey to Market Deeping 1sts, while relegation-threatened Boston 1sts take on Sleaford 1sts, who have been much-improved of late.
Lindum 1sts, in tenth place, entertain Bourne 1sts – away batsman Conrad Louth needs just 10 runs to become the first player to 300 for the league season.
Meanwhile, Paul Bell (Haxey) still tops the wicket table with 19. He is closely followed by Skegness captain Saeed Bariwala with 18.
FIXTURES: Tomorrow, 12.30pm start Bracebridge Heath v Grimsby; Lindum v Bourne; Market Deeping v Haxey; Skegness v Hartsholme; Sleaford v Boston; Woodhall Spa v Louth.