Third XI

Thirds lose top spot despite winning draw

An 18-run winning draw at Leicester Banks wasn’t enough for the Thirds to cling on to top spot in Division Four Central, with Maher Stars moving back to top spot. The game between the two is now 13 points after a tight contest at Banks Road which saw fifties for...
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Thirds hit top with Birstall demolition

Robert Scullion continued his fine form as his fifty helped the Thirds hit the summit in Division Four Central with a 63 run over Birstall Village Firsts at Mill Lane. Scullion’s 53 was the backbone of Sileby’s 158 for 6 in their reduced allocation of 32 overs with Dan Tompkins...
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Sunday double header

Sunday 13 August sees a fantastic double header at Mill Lane. We have both the honour of hosting the Leicestershire & Rutland League Challenge Cup final, which is the main event of our club President Terry Percival’s Presidents Day. The game, between our Third XI and the holders, Asian Sports...
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Thirds seal local derby win

A half century from Robert Scullion helped the Thirds to a comfortable 62 run win over local rivals Barrow Town’s Seconds to boost themselves up to second in Division Four Central. Having been put in on a tough track Sileby posted 199 for 4 thanks to Scullion’s 74 and skipper...
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7 from 7 over the weekend for our sides

Path to the semi finals of the League Cup was just one of the rewards for us over the weekend as our senior sides recorded seven wins from all seven games on Saturday and Sunday. There were some sterling individual highlights too with Neil Pullen registering his first five wicket...
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Mixed bag during week four

It was a mixed bag of results for Sileby in the fourth round of fixtures in the Leicestershire & Rutland League as they covered all bases with a win, winning draw, losing draw and a loss from their matches. It was a case of the good, bad and the ugly...
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Sides learn their cup fates

The Firsts and Thirds both have home ties to look forward to after both progressed in cup competitions. Jigar Naik’s men have the reward of a home tie for their efforts in the win v Walsall when they host Swarkestone at Mill Lane on 4 June. The Thirds face up...
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Round three roundup

There was a maiden century, two five-fers, four wins from four – including a nail biting one run win in a huge local derby as well as heartbreak in the T20 as home advantage didn’t guarantee a passage through for Sileby. Clashes between local rivals Sileby and Barrow rarely turn out to...
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