This weekend sees the next round of club games up and down the country, but with the Super 4s keeping most of the best players in the country occupied at Loughborough for the next three weekends, the clubs may have to have to dig deep to get teams out this week that can be competitive. However it does appear that the Super 4s games are only being played on Saturdays, so players are technically free to play for their clubs on Sunday. Will they do so?
The Super 4s this year will be contested between three women's teams - Emeralds, Sapphires and Rubies and Leicester & Rutland U16 Men's team. This Saturday they play a T20 tournament - semis and then a final and a 3/4 play-off. The following two weekends are taken up with 50 over matches. I'll review these games as they are played.
Club matches this weekend
Southern Premier League
Bath v Hursley
Bexley v Brighton
Finchley v Loughton
Hayes v Wokingham - first v second, but who will be on the park for each team?
Midlands Premier League
Meir Heath v Walmley - second v third - should be a cracker
Quatt v Clifton Village
Sheffield v Pershore
South West Premier League Plympton v Bristol Phoenix - second v third - important game to win
Taunton St Andrews v St Austell
Cheshire League Div 1Chester Boughton Hall v Trafford Metrovics
Oakmere v Romiley
Stalybridge St Pauls v Appleton
Stockport Trinity v Bolton Indians
Yorkshire League Div 1Beverley v New Farnley
Bradford v Treeton