Lancashire League match-by-match guide

Accrington v Rawtenstall

Skipper Jimmy Hayhurst completes his two-match ban for Accrington. They will be led by David Ormerod.

Jandre Coetsee's arrival at Rawtenstall is still delayed as he awaits visa clearance but Vinny Hanson's men have secured the services of Kiwi Lou Vincent.
Key Man: Graham Lloyd
Donlan says: Accrington

Bacup v Church

Bacup must find a sub pro for the meeting with Church - but skipper David Warren names a full-strength amateur side as they aim to play their first game.

Church pro Saeed Anwar is due to arrive in the country today and is named in a strong side by skipper Craig Fergusson.
Key Man: Joe McLuskie
Donlan says: Church

Haslingden v Colne

Haslingden pro Harry Boam hopes to make his debut after his side's first two games were rained off. There is also a eturn to the league for Lewis McIntosh.

Colne pro Shadley van Schalkwyk lines up in Matt Wilson's side. Wilson also welcomes back Justin Nutter.
Key Man: Graham Knowles
Donlan says: Haslingden

Lowerhouse v East Lancs

Champions Lowerhouse make a third attempt at begining their title defence with an intriguing clash with East Lancs. Jonathan Finch is in a 13-man squad.

East Lancs have a strong side with Adam Chester keeping wicket, while Mudasser Panchbhaya makes his debut.
Key Man: John Turner
Donlan says: Lowerhouse

Nelson v Enfield

Nelson skipper Neil Thompson aims to lead the Seedhillites for the first time after two call-offs Pro Shahzaid Hasan has landed.

Enfield skipper Adam Bracewell stole the show on the opening day with his 151 at Colne and he returns to the Borough of Pendle with a full strength side.
Key Man: Adam Bracewell
Donlan says: Nelson

Rishton v Ramsbottom

Highly-rated pro Dan Salpietro makes his debut for Rishton as Jimmy Bibby's men face the tough task of Ramsbottom.

The title favourites are at full strength with new signing Sam Halstead adding extra weight to a formidable bowling attack led by Jonathan Fielding.
Key Man: Jonathan Fielding
Donlan says: Ramsbottom

Todmorden v Burnley

Todmorden are at full strength for the Centre Vale clash with Burnley as Joe Hanson makes his debut behind the stumps.

Steve Brunt names a 12-man squad as Burnley travel and hope the weather allows them to hand a debut to new signing from Darwen Yakub Bhamji.
Key Man: Bharat Tripathi
Donlan says: Todmorden

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