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APPALLING weather and water-logged pitches have defined the 2012 Church Times Cricket Cup. For the first time in the editor's memory, neither semi-final match was able to take place.

London, the winners of the south-east group, progressed to the semi-finals after beating Leicester on run-rate, no balls having been bowled owing to wet weather. London were scheduled to play Carlisle/Blackburn, in the semi-finals, but twice the match had to ...

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