The previous day the LDCC
Premier League leaders were bowled out for just 59 by Bootle.
Both Parry and Caunce are keen to praise the competitiveness of the LDCC
with Parry especially admiring of the number of players the league has helped with their careers.
Despite the much discussed problems with the fixture list, LDCC
officials are hailing last week's AGM held at Bootle Cricket Club as a success, with 25 proposals all overwhelmingly accepted by the member clubs.
WEEKEND FIXTURES Tomorrow, 12pm LDCC
Premier League: Birkenhead Park v Lytham, Bootle v Northern, Ormskirk v New Brighton, Rainhill v Leigh, Southport and Birkdale v Maghull, Wallasey v Fleetwood Hesketh LDCC
DIV ONE: Ainsdale v Northop Hall, Colwyn Bay v Formby, Highfield v Orrell Red Triangle, Newton-le-Willows v Sefton Park, Rainford v Wigan, Wavertree v Liverpool LDCC
DIV TWO: Birkenhead St Mary's v Skelmersdale, Caldy v Alder, Old Xaverians v Hightown, St Helens Town v Burscough, Spring View v Prestatyn, Sutton v Parkfield Liscard
Ian Glayzer (54) top scored, but three late run outs saw the current LDCC
Premier Division leaders dismissed for 160.
WEEKEND FIXTURES Tomorrow, 1pm LDCC
Premier League:Fleetwood Hesketh v Ormskirk, Leigh v Southport and Birkdale, Lytham v Rainhill, Maghull v Wallasey, New Brighton v Bootle, Northern v Birkenhead Park LDCC
DIVISION ONE:Formby v Ainsdale, Liverpool v Highfield, Northop Hall v Wavertree, Orrell Red Triangle v Rainford, Sefton Park v Colwyn Bay, Wigan v Newton le Willows LDCC
DIVISION TWO: Alder v Sutton, Burscough v Old Xaverians, Hightown v Caldy, Parkfield Liscard v Birkenhead St Mary's, Prestatyn v St Helens Town, Skelmersdale v Spring View
FLEETWOOD HESKETH remain top of the BFS LDCC
Second Division following a huge 152 run victory over Birkenhead St Mary's.
In support of Aigburth Cricket Club's campaign to challenge and prevent eviction from their ground a representative match is to be played between the LDCC
and Aigburth's own current league, the Southport and District Amateur Cricket League (SDACL).
Batting first, the team currently lying in second place in the LDCC
Premier Division struggled early on but skipper Ian Robinson dug in to add 96 with Gary Knight (37), before being bowled out for an excellent 84 from 155 balls.
QUARTER FINAL: Bootle v Southport and Birkdale Tomorrow, 1pm LDCC
PREMIER LEAGUE: Birkenhead Park v Leigh; Lytham v Maghull; Ormskirk v Bootle; Rainhill v Fleetwood Hesketh; Southport and Birkdale v New Brighton; Wallasey v Northern LDCC
DIV ONE: Ainsdale v Orrell Red Triangle; Colwyn Bay v Liverpool; Highfield v Rainford; Newton le Willows v Formby; Sefton Park v Northop Hall; Wavertree v Wigan LDCC
DIV TWO: Birkenhead St Mary's v Spring View; Burscough v Alder; Caldy v Skelmersdale; Old Xaverians v Parkfield Liscard; St Helens Town v Hightown; Sutton v Prestatyn
AINSDALE are top of the Bridging Finance Solutions LDCC
Second Division by just three points, after a narrow nine-run win over St Helens.
The merger has been received positively by John Williams, chairman of the LDCC
who warned that these were challenging times for local cricket.