Normanby Park rejoin Lincolnshire County Cricket League - strengthening Scunthorpe area presence
Normanby Park Cricket Club - once a real force in the top division of the Lincolnshire County Cricket League - have been re-elected to the senior Saturday competition.
Normanby dropped out the Lincs League many years ago but have regrouped, enhanced facilities and encouraged youngsters.
Having played Sunday and lots of junior cricket, they thought the time right to rejoin the leading Saturday competition and applied to rejoin.
Normanby were unanimously voted in at the league's AGM in Market Rasen last night (Wednesday October 17) and will begin life in division four next April.
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Home games will be on the ground used by the club over many decades, not far from stately Normanby Hall.
Delivering his 19th annual report, league chairman Bob Welton expressed condolences to Scunthorpe Town, whose first team had not been offered promotion to the Lincolnshire ECB Premier League after winning the Lincs League championship.
The league's annual dinner and presentation night will be held at Hemswell Cliff in early April.
For the first time in many years this will not be a joint affair with the Grimsby and District League.