COLNE will look to complete a fine season with a title triumph after a six-wicket victory against Bacup on Sunday.

Already promoted to Division One next season, they now need to take just two further points at Enfield on the final day this weekend to go up as champions.

Andy Hakin led the way in the penultimate game of the season with 4-23 as Bacup were all out for 106 batting first.

Having taken 2-15 with the ball, professional James Price then completed a fine day by finishing not out on 70 as Colne secured victory in the 29th over of their reply.

Middleton will join Colne in the top tier next season after a 10-wicket victory at bottom side Milnrow sealed their promotion.

Dale Highton took 4-49 as the hosts were all out for 133.

Leighton Le Carpentier, 60, and professional Chris Williams, 57, then saw Middleton home with ease in an unbroken opening stand.

Nelson, ninth, were 79-run winners at Rishton, seventh, thanks in the main to an unbeaten century from David Crotty.

His 108 included 10 fours and two sixes and helped his side post 219-2 to set an imposing total.

Brad Boddie hit 51 for Rishton but they were all out for 140 as Elliot Bradley took 5-41.

Rawtenstall, sixth, were 28-run winners over third in the table Enfield, posting 189-9 batting first with Andy Payne making 77.

Enfield were then all out for 161 with Charlie Errey taking 4-53 as Keith Roscoe and professional Jovaun van Wyngaardt also took three wickets apiece.

East Lancs, eighth in the standings, saw off Littleborough with a 21-run win.

Captain Niall Boyle made 46 in a total of 149-7.

John Turner then made the decisive contribution with the ball as his 4-21 was key to dismissing Littleborough for 132 as their reply came up short.

Great Harwood’s game against Haslingden was washed out without a ball being bowled.