Senior League cricket: Hosts hoping to lay hands on first piece of silverware
Leicester Ivanhoe will host the Senior League T20 Finals Day tomorrow (11.30).
The hosts will be hoping for their first piece of silverware at Senior League level.
But they will have their work cut out in the semi-final, when they come up against a Newbold Verdon side who romped to the Premier Division title last weekend with three rounds of matches still to play.
The other semi will see last year's T20 champions Bharat take on Sharnford or Leicester University Staff, who have yet to play their decider.
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Newbold skipper Gareth Bell said his side were hoping to maintain their momentum.
"There were a few sore heads on Sunday morning but we are still in the hunt for three trophies this season with the T20 and the final of the Colonel Andrew Martin Cup to come," he said.
"It should be an excellent day at the Ivanhoe and they have some good young players, so it should be a cracking game."
Ivanhoe skipper Mark Studley said his side will be looking to avenge a recent league drubbing by Sunday's opponents.
"Newbold are a good side, with some quality players and they beat us easily two weeks ago, but we will have a strong side out on Sunday, so I think it will be a cracking game," said the left-arm spinner.
"We are yet to win a league or cup while we have been in the Senior League, so it would be nice to finally lay that ghost to rest if we can."