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Expectant Caistor ready for a season defining clash

By Lincolnshire Echo  |  Posted: September 07, 2012

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Undisputed match of the day in the Lincolnshire County Cricket League Premier Division on Saturday will be between two of the high-flying teams.

Liam Wood's (pictured) Caistor will enjoy home advantage against Ian Snowden's Scunthorpe Town in a game of massive importance.

Also chasing the title, Alford have a home fixture with lowly South Kelsey. And Barton Town – yet another team in the leading group – entertain Alkborough in a derby.

Andy Haith's Cleethorpes 2nds host Andy Langford's Messingham at Chichester Road – a battle between two mid-table teams – while Cherry Willingham take on bottom side Broughton.

Division One title-chasers Scothern and Bracebridge Heath 2nds both have away fixtures.

Scothern are at Horncastle, while their rivals from Lincoln take on Outcasts at Hirst Priory, near Crowle.

The only other Division One fixture is at the Brumby Hall ground in Scunthorpe, where Appleby-Frodingham 2nds are matched up with Cleethorpes 3rds.

Division Two leaders Scunthorpe Town 2nds entertain Lincoln team Hartsholme 2nds at Heslam Park, while Messingham 2nds entertain Grimsby Town 2nds.

The game to watch in Division Three could well be in Grimsby, where Laportes entertain leaders Hibaldstow.

But running it a close second will be the Isle of Axholme derby between Haxey 2nds and Outcasts 2nds, which is bound to be keenly contested.

Top match in Division Four is expected to be at Rase Park, where champions Market Rasen 2nds take on Immingham Blossom Way.

Premier Division games start at 12.30pm, while matches in other sections start at 1pm.

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