Local sides going up and down

Bassetlaw Championship title winners Ordsall Bridon finished off their season in style, with a 145-run victory over Thoresby Colliery

Friday, 20th September 2013, 2:09 pm

Fittingly, their batting line-up starred after a stellar campaign, as overseas professional Tim Miles hit 55 unbeaten runs, David Fagan added 53 and Darren Spooner carried his bat for 48.

The men from Ryton Road, Anston, will be disappointed to end the season with defeat to local rivals Kiveton Park, but can take solace in securing second place in the Championship.

The top flight season was not kind to Retford, and they’ll likely find themselves in Division One next season after finishing rock bottom.

Worksop finished seventh in the Championship, but ended 2013 on a low note as they lost to North Wheatley with Leverton by two wickets.

Chris Taylor top scored with 81 runs, and David Hancocks starred with the ball taking 6 for 59.

Midtable was the final home for Clumber Park as well, in Division One, and their campaign finished with a two-wicket loss to Caythorpe.

And Whitwell were just three points behind Clumber, after taking just a single point from Saturday’s 80-run loss at West Indian Cavaliers.

In the same division, Firbeck finished fourth, drawing with Blidworth on the final day of the season but taking the lion’s share of the points.

Kiveton Park’s second team have escaped Division Three, finishing top by just two points from Killamarsh II.

They secured the title with a six wicket win over Waleswood on Saturday, Paul Clark taking 7 for 25.

Division Four was won comfortably by Woodsetts, who see promotion as the first step in their grand development plans.

Their season finished in disappointing fashion, as bottom side Everton II failed to raise a side and conceded the match.

Todwick finished bottom of Division Five and will face the drop to Division Six, which was propped up by Woodsetts II this season.

Clumber Park II came second in Division Six, and took 20 points from the last game of the season, with a 78-run win over Farnsfield.

Worksop II were left rock bottom of Division Seven, while Firbeck II won Division Eight and the two will swap leagues next season.