KENDAL were the only team to get their game played in the Northern Premier Cricket League after they defeated St Annes by ten wickets. 

They played at Shap Rod in a game which was played in atrocious conditions. 

However, the decision to bowl first proved crucial after Chris Millers first innings return of 7-20 saw Kendal rip through St Annes who were bowled out for just 56 off 31.1 overs.

St Annes did try and frustrate after Mitch Bolus posted 20 batting at number 9, however Kendal managed to get the visitors out in enough time.

And The Auld Greys knocked the runs off in just 6.1 overs with Chris Millers undefeated 33 and Darren Nightingales undefeated 22 guiding the team to victory.

Both Teams were greeted by wet weather as the rain continued to fall, however once the conditions settled down, Kendal wasted no time as they ripped through the visitors top four reducing them into 26-4.

Chris Miller who opted to open the bowling picked up the wicket of Tom Higson and Luke Jardine while Chalana Da Silva bowled Nathan Armstrong before Miller despatched of Andy Drake who was caught by Da Silva.

Kendal continued to race through the first innings as they tried to avoid the rain after Chris Miller claimed the wicket of Alex Bradley who was caught by Da Silva.

The Auld Greys reduced the visitors further into trouble after Da Silva saw off Nathan Bolus who was caught behind by Shane Hyland while Miller claimed his seventh wicket as he despatched of James Bradley.

However, Mitch Bolus and Curtis Fletcher began to frustrate as the rain returned, before Kuldeep Singh bowled Fletcher for two with St Annes all out for 56.

The rain began to get heavier as play was delayed but fortunately for Kendal they managed to get back on when the rain stopped for a brief period of time.

With little time to spare both Chris Miller and Darren Nightingale knocked the runs off in just 6.1 overs, where Miller top scored with 33 off 25 while Nightingale posted an undefeated 25 off just twelve balls as Kendal closed on 55 for 0 off 6.1 overs

The hard fought match was enjoyed despite the weather and impressed those in attendance.