Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Northumberland and Tyneside Cricket League

Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Northumberland and Tyneside Cricket League

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DIVISION 1 Lanchester welcome Shotley Bridge and the home side's vice-captain Kieron Taylor said: "There will only be one change to the team, with Ciaran Johnson out and Dan Storey in."

Shotley Bridge captain Paul Greenwell said: "We have the same team as last weekend, with no changes. We hope to continue our good run, as we've won both games and got maximum points each time.

"Our Australian is due early next week so we hope to have him in the side for the weekend after."

Lintz are at home to Consett and Captain Johnny Forster said: "Nathan Clennell is out (holiday) and Graeme Nolan will play for the seconds. Back in the line-up will be Gary Christie and Chris Bowes.

"It's our second home game, after we lost the first narrowly against Tynedale. This will be a good test to see if we can get our first home win, after a good performance last week."

Consett captain Gary Hunter said: "Stuart Graham comes into the team for his first game of the season following a two-match ban. We will be without vice-captain Robbie Winn, and opening bowler Mark Dixon is also unavailable. We just aim to be competitive throughout the season and we're looking for a good game."

Newcastle City entertain Ashington and home captain Sandeep Padmalaya said: "The team for this week is Palav Kumar, Shahid Khan, Usman Mukhtar, Saqab Khalid, Bilal Ahmad, Omar Ahmed, Faisal Mohammed, captain and wicket keeper Sandeep Padmalaya, Ihsan Ul-Haq, Ian Stubbs and Joy Saini.

"We hope to win our home game against Ashington as we're in good form at the moment."

Ryton entertain Alnmouth & Lesbury and home vice-captain Liam Clarke said: "We have one change to the team, Ben Perry coming in for Malcolm Clarke, who is currently injured with a broken finger. We go out this week hoping to get our first win of the season."

Alnmouth & Lesbury vice-captain Nick Denton said: "Jonny Craigs will make his debut, Ed Brunton is back from university and Paul Straker will be back after missing last weekend for his 40th birthday. Ali Batey, Nick Robertson and Robin Tudor will be out of the team.

"It'll be a tough game away to Ryton, but one that we go into with a good chance of winning. …

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