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Lancashire League: Bank Holiday match-by-match guide
7:44am Monday 27th August 2012 in Sport
Accrington v Church
Accrington are without their captain and key batsman Graham Lloyd for the Hyndburn derby. The former Lancashire star is on umpiring duties and is replaced by Jon Hayhurst.
Church welcome Muhammed Jamil back into their ranks. He replaces Mark Gilrane.
Key Man: Lloyd Aspin
Donlan says: Church
Bacup v Rawtenstall
Former Bacup star amateur Paul Gallagher stands in as sub-pro for the Lanehead men in their derby with Rawtenstall.
Vinny Hanson’s men can call on veteran spinner Keith Roscoe after he completed a ban and Hanson will select from a squad of 12.
Key Man: Tim Farragher
Donlan says: Rawtenstall
Haslingden v Ramsbottom
West Indian star Brenton Parchment fills in again as Haslingden professional and will be keen to shine against his old club. Haslingden also bring Joey Marcroft back.
Bowler Andy Hakin is back in the Ramsbottom squad and with Richard Rothwell also added they pick from 13.
Key Man: Jonathan Fielding
Donlan says: Haslingden
Lowerhouse v Colne
Joint top plays second from bottom at Liverpool Road with Lowerhouse aiming to keep up the pressure as they season reaches its crucial point.
Colne will field a substitute professional after Shadley van Schalkwyk returned home to South Africa last night.
Key Man: Matt Wilson
Donlan says: Lowerhouse
Nelson v Burnley
Nelson have been using sub-pros since Shabaz Hasan went home and do so again in their derby with Burnley at Seedhill. Clinton Perrin is the man they turn to for the game.
There is no Steve Whittaker for Bharat Tripathi’s men and he is replaced by John O’Brien.
Key Man: Bharat Tripathi
Donlan says: Nelson
Rishton v East Lancashire
Shaun Hurchinson returns to the Rishton side after missing the weekend and they will pick from a squad of 12 for the derby.
Bowler David Turner is absent for East Lancashire so they bring Adam Chester, who was unavailable yesterday back into the team.
Key Man: Ali Sartaj
Donlan says: Rishton
Todmorden v Enfield
Third-placed Todmorden face joint leaders Enfield in the game of the Bank Holiday at Centre Vale. The clash pits the two in-form professionals into battle with Todmorden’s Qaiser Abbas and Enfield’s Werner Coetsee pivotal.
Key Man: Adam Bracewell
Donlan says: Enfield