Saturday 22nd May...First XI Win and Two Centuries

Sefton Park First XI won the toss at Fleetwood Hesketh and decided that the home team should bat first. This looked a good decision as the home team reached 97 for 7 but they recovered to reach 195 with both Rob Houghton and David Baird finishing with 4 for 42. Sefton's reply saw them reach the required total for the loss of only three wickets, Chris Bellis scored 70, John Jackson 66 not out and Raj Patel 33.

The Second XI entertained Northop Hall at Sefton Park The visitors decided to bat first and declared on 221 for 6 with Daniel Kelly taking 4 for 39. An outstanding century from Richard Forsyth (108 not out) enabled to Sefton to reach the required total for the loss of 5 wickets. Peter Jones (46) and Iain Squires (24) were the other top scorers.

Peter Jones  
Peter Jones scored 46 for the Second XI in their home victory over Northop Hall
The Third XI played Wallasey's Thirds on the Lower Ground. They were put in to bat by the visitors and went on to score 239 for 5 declared. The club's second century of the day came from Paul Eastham who scored 107, Vince Abel (46) and Adam Flynn (29) made good contributions to the total. Wallasey struggled in their reply and George Lee (3 for 27), Ali Khan (2 for 40) and Robin Brown (2 for 14) took wickets as the visitors were dismissed for 144.
Vince Abel  
Vince Abel scored 46 for the Third XI in their home win over Wallasey

The one defeat of the day came in the Fourth XI's visit to Maghull to play their Third XI. Sefton batted first and were dismissed for 174, Nick Moreton scored 47, Jordan Kevan 45 and Mark Boyns 25 not out in the Sefton total. The home side reached the total for the loss of 3 wickets.

A strong Northern Fourth XI played Sefton Park's Fifths at the Liverpool College ground. Sefton won the toss and put the visitors in to bat, going on to dismiss them for 185, Adam Brennan (3 for 14), Matt Garnett (2 for 23) and A J Mahli (2 for 35). In reply Sefton struggled to chase the total, finishing on 122 for 5 in a drawn game. Steve Squires finished on 39 not out and Adam Brennan completed a fine match by scoring 30 not out.

Saturday 29th May...All games called off.

Rain through the morning and in to the afternoon meant that all of Sefton Park's games were called off without a ball being bowled.