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Hanging Heaton bid to win national T20 title

Hanging Heaton bid to win national T20 title

Hanging Heaton will be bidding to become the first All Rounder Cricket Bradgford Premier League side to win the Vitality ECB Clubs T20 Cup at Derby on Sunday.

If they are successful they will claim their fourth trophy of the season having already won the Black Sheep Yorkshire Champions Trophy, Solly Sports Heavy Woollen Cup and the JW Lees T20 Cup.

The Bennett Lane club take on the Sussex Premier League side Roffey in the semi-finals in a match which starts at 2.45pm.

The winners will take on the successful side from the first semi-final which features Cheshire League side Nantwich and East Anglian side Swardeston in the final which will be played under the floodlights at Derbys's County Ground at 6.30pm.

Speaking after last Sunday's Black Sheep Yorkshire Champions Trophy win skipper Gary Fellows said: "This is going to big day for the club and one we are looking forward to it.

"It has been a great achievement to reach finals day and now we would love to go out and win the competition.

"We have been playing some good cricket and beat last year's winners South Northumberland in the Area Final last month.

"It is all about producing the goods on the day and we have a lot of players who have plenty of big match experience."