It's a bumber bank holiday weekend for Cheshire with two crucial T20 double header engagements likely to define the County's T20 fate.
With four groups of five sides, each team plays four 'double header' T20s with two points at stake for each game. The winner of each group goes through to the NCCA T20 Final's Day on Sunday 22 May at Tring Park CC.
After two weeks of the competition - Chester didn't play on the second week - Staffordshire sit top with 6 points, Cheshire second with four alongside Cumbria. Both Cheshire and Cumbria have only played two games.
Shropshire are fourth with two points from four games and Northumberland prop up the table with no points from four games - full table here
Sunday sees a trip 'over the border' to face Staffordshire at Leek and Monday is a return to home soil with Cumbria coming to Toft.
Matches start on both days at 11.00am and 2.30pm. The Staffordshire game will also contest the Bailey Gill Trophy (details to follllow)
Travelling to Leek? Directions here