Cricketers get ready for round four of the Notts Premier League

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Table toppers Plumtree host Clifton Village in round four of the Notts Premier League.

Plumtree lost their 100 per cent at the weekend as Mansfield Hosiery Mills secured a draw last time out.

Plumtree’s bats remain in good nick, with the top two run scorers in the league in their ranks.

Clifton sit in mid table, despite still waiting for their first win.

After a pair of draws, Kimberley got a win on the board, sneaking past Welbeck by a single wicket.

This week they travel to Birchover Park to face an in form West Indian Cavaliers side coming off last week’s win over Clifton.

Kimberley have three batsmen among the top ten scorers, for Cavs, Aitizaz Khan will look to hold them in check.

Cuckney’s win over Ordsall Bridon lifted them up to third in the table and is ideal preparation for their visit to the Notts Sport Club to take on a struggling Notts Academy side who now sit bottom of the table.

After being bowled out for 89 last week, the youngsters will be keen to bounce back.

Caythorpe slipped to fourth in the table after losing at Hucknall.

They now look to get back on track with a home game against the other of last years promoted sides, Mansfield Hosiery Mills.

MHM have had a difficult start, but will be buoyed by their draw with Plumtree.

Ordsall Bridon host Hucknall with the two sides having experienced opposing results last weekend.

Bridon went down to defeat at Cuckney whilst Hucknall achieved a maiden NPL win at home over Caythorpe.

Tenth and ninth will go head to head at Welbeck where Radcliffe-on-Trent will come calling.

Welbeck were edged out at Kimberley to suffer a 2nd loss of the year, whilst Radcliffe enjoyed a thumping win over the Academy to get their season back on track after a slow start.