After defeating new Milton and Lymington in the previous rounds, Bashley faced local opponents Sway in the Presidents cup final.
The match was played at Lymington cricket club on Friday, 4 August.
After winning the toss, Bashley Captain Simon Ridley elected to bat first on what looked like a wicket which would
The Presidents Cup final will now take place on Friday 4 August.
Bashley will take on Sway at Lymington Cricket Club, starting at 6.15pm.
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