Ketton Lions show off the three trophies that they have won this Summer. 

 

 

 

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Ketton CC

 

Bourne line up before their abandoned Lincs Premier derby with Market Deeping. They are back row from left: Adam Binns, Ben Collins, Rob Bentley, Tom Bentley, Jack Berry, Ben Woodward. Front: Rob Dunn, Archie Stroud, Pete Morgan, Ben Stroud and Tom Dixon. 

 

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Bourne CC

 

Market Deeping line up before their abandoned Lincs Premier derby with Bourne. They are back row from left: Dan Bendon, Pat Harrington, Ash Fisher, Lee Peacock, Ali Sharp, David Sargeant. Front: Mehul Adatia, Alex Wheatley, David Gillett, Jamie Morgan, Zac Simmonds. 

 

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Market Deeping CC

 

Empingham CC before their eight wicket win against Sproxton. They are back row from left: Will Thraves, Dave McKevitt, Steve Williams, Jack Sharp, Freddie Turner, Mark Coburn. Front 

Baz Sharp, Matt Denny, Rob McKevitt, Jack Fischer, Henry Stephenson.

 

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