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Interlake girls golf team earns second place at state tournament: The Interlake Saints girls golf team registered a second place showing at the Class 3A state golf tournament on May 24 at Canyon Lakes Golf Course in Kennewick. The Saints finished with a total of 77 team points. Mercer Island won the tournament, compiling 82 team points.
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Get the biggest daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersDerbyshire and Cheshire League : In a top of the table Division Four clash, Hazel Grove batted first at Compstall and were 141 all out, M Wilkinson making 46 and Gary Lee 31 as Danny Millen took 3 42 and Neil Cooper 4 26.The Hazel Grove attack then reduced Compstall to 118 all out, Jarrod Ince finishing on 33 as Jason Leech took 4 27 and Shaun Glennon 3 18.Buxton were the visitors to Hollingworth and having batted first could only make 92, Peter Morris taking 4 20.Hollingworth lost only two wickets reaching 93 as Peter Morris starred with the bat as well as ball hitting an unbeaten 57.The matches between Whaley Bridge and Hadfield, and Buxton and Broadbottom were abandoned without a ball being bowled.In an entertaining game at Chapel, visitors Charlesworth smashed their way to 259 5, A Payne making 83 and S Marren 55 as Charlie Edwards took 3 31.In reply L Spencer hit 49, M Wagstaffe 47 and Jason King 33 not out including 30 from one over, but it wasn’t to be enough as Chapel finished 218 all out thanks to 5 29 from T Bates.Tintwistle batted first in their Division One game at home to Old Glossop and posted 169 8, Martin Knight smashing 98 as Matt Woodcock took 3 81 and Dec Hall 4 64.Old Glossop were never really in the chase, finishing on 107 8 with 32 a piece from Andy Nicholson and M McGrail.Broadbottom batted first at home to Dinting and were 102 8, Aaron Walsh making 33 as B Thompson took 3 30 and G Harwick 3 9. It wasn’t enough as Adam Wilson hit an unbeaten 53 in Dintings 104 4.Dove Holes were 168 all out against visitors Hayfield, D Aldridge taking 5 55.It was rain that came to Hayfield’s rescue, as they were struggling at 128 8 when the match was abandoned.Julian Burgess scoring 48 and M Baldwin having taken 5 58.The matches between Hazel Grove and Newton, New Mills and Hawk Green, and Buxton and Birch Vale were all abandoned without any play.Division Two visitors Buxworth were 168 all out at Mottram, A Burke taking 7 93 and Mike Scott 3 45.In reply, Mottram raced to a six wicket victory thanks to 35 from A Metcalf and unbeaten knocks of 36 from Jordan Irons and 71 from Stefan Fielding, Joe Hall taking 3 66.Hollingworth batted first at Woodley and posted 144, Phil Harris taking 5 22.Woodley had 40 from Gary Picken to thank for reaching 145 8 and victory, as R Gibson took 4 45 and D Morris 3 53.No play was possible between High Lane and Compstall, Charlesworth and Chapel or Hadfield and Whaley Bridge.Division ThreeNewton batted first at home to High Lane and posted a decent 142 all out, S Batho top scoring with 32 while Keith Tysall took 3 20.High Lane put recent batting frailties behind them as Joe Chorlton scored 46 and captain James McCarthy hit the winning runs to finish 29 not out in a total of 143 5, D Bennett taking 3 30.Four matches saw no play possible: Hawk Green and New Mills, Birch Vale and Woodley, Hayfield and Dove Holes and Old Glossop and Tintwistle while Mottram won at Dinting.ASTON Canada U19 World Cup paceman Zane Mahmood was far too much for Romiley to handle in their Meller Braggins Cheshire League Division Two clash on Saturday. Zane(6 34) and pace partner Andy Leese(4 32) ripped them out for 69 59 short of their target, after the home side could score only a modest 127 8(Paul Hooton 4 32).