BOLTON Cricket League T20 fixtures move to Sundays on a busy weekend of action across the borough.

First up on Saturday, there is a programme of Premier Division and Association action.

Defending champions Walkden will look to make it two wins out of two against a Farnworth side who lost their opener against Kearsley, who are without a game.

The other side victorious in the opening round of fixtures, Little Lever, host a Westhoughton side ready for their first league action of the season in what is now a nine-team division.

Horwich and Heaton’s game was the only game abandoned last weekend with the former heading to Farnworth Social Circle and the latter at home to Lostock.

In the Association Division, Blackrod and Eagley meet at Vicarage Road having both won their opening fixtures.

Astley Bridge, at home to Tonge, and Golborne, who welcome Little Hulton, will also be looking to make it two out of two at the start of the delayed season.

Darcy Lever and Adlington meet with both hoping to get off the mark.

A packed Sunday of games in the Dixon Air Conditioning T20 competition sees some clubs host doubler headers.

Blackrod play Horwich and Lostock, Farnworth welcome Tonge and Heaton, Farnworth Social Circle face Little Hulton and Golborne and Darcy Lever have games against Walkden and Eagley.

Adlington are also at home to Astley Bridge in the day’s other game.


Saturday (1.30pm): Premier Division – FSC v Horwich, Heaton v Lostock, Little Lever v Westhoughton, Walkden v Farnworth. Association – Astley Bridge v Tonge, Blackrod v Eagley, Darcy Lever v Adlington, Golborne v Little Hulton. Sunday: T20 – Blackrod v Horwich (1pm), Blackrod v Lostock (4pm), Farnworth v Tonge (1pm), Farnworth v Heaton (4pm), FSC v Little Hulton (1pm), FSC v Golborne (4pm), Darcy Lever v Walkden (1pm), Darcy Lever v Eagley (4pm), Adlington v Astley Bridge (1pm).