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Foster's Lancashire League match-by-match guide
10:35am Saturday 11th August 2012 in Sport
Accrington v Nelson
Accrington welcome back captain Graham Lloyd for the Thorneyholme Road clash with Nelson. Lloyd’s appearance gives his side a big boost as they aim to stay on the edge of the title race.
Nelson field league legend Joe Scuderi as sub-professional.
Key Man: Graham Lloyd
Donlan says: Accrington
Bacup v Burnley
Bacup captain Tim Farragher’s has dipped into his contacts withing the MCC and has managed to secure Netherfield paid man Cobus Pienaar as sub-pro for the game with Burnley.
Bharat Tripathi’s men head to Lanehead close to full strength.
Key Man: Bharat Tripathi
Donlan says: Burnley
Church v East Lancashire
Church field veteran Phil Sykes as they aim to stay in the hunt for the Lancashire League title with a home match against East Lancashire.
Ockert Erasmus has a full strength squad with Paul Kelly fit despite being hit on the head last weekend.
Key Man: Lloyd Aspin
Donlan says: Church
Colne v Ramsbottom
Colne pro and captain Shadley van Schalkwyk has signed terms for next season and is determined to finish this campaign with a flourish as he returns to South Africa at the end of the month.
Ramsbottom pro Pieter Malan will look to add to his run tally and boost his side’s spirits.
Key Man: Jonathan Fielding
Donlan says: Ramsbottom
Enfield v Rishton
League leaders Enfield name a full strength squad for their Hyndburn derby with Rishton and are determined to stay out in front.
Shaun Wyse and Scott Greaves replace Ben Bridson and Matt Lambert who both drop to the seconds
Key Man: Adam Bracewell
Donlan says: Enfield
Rawtenstall v Lowerhouse
Rawtenstall continue life without Andrew Payne with a tough test against the reigning champions. They are bottom going into the game.
Lowerhouse name a strong squad and will pick from 13 as they eye a win to keep up the pressure on Enfield.
Key Man: Joey Hawke
Donlan says: Lowerhouse
Todmorden v Haslingden
Todmorden are serious candidates for the title and sit in third spot in the table as the season reaches boiling point.
Haslingden are mid-table and have lost professional Harry Boam – but they have borrowed their former amateur star Steve Dearden for the trip.
Key Man: Simon Newbitt
Donlan says: Todmorden
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