THERE’S several teams with points to prove in Division Three this summer. But who will make the strongest case? CHRIS TRAVERS takes a peek at what to expect… CHEADLE 2nd XI Division Four. A couple of the new signings might start off in the seconds, but it’s largely going to be the same players who helped them to win promotion who will be starring in their new surroundings. Ins: Andrew Coxon (Checkley), Austen Crump (Meir Heath), Ben Degg (Blythe), Matt Goodwin (Blythe), Jake Mills (Checkley). Outs: Dan Hammond (Meakins), Adam Walker (Oakamoor). Prospects: Continuity could be the key for Cheadle and the confidence from moving up will no doubt help them. A mid-table finish should certainly be the ambition. CHECKLEY 2nd XI A few of the departures over the winter will have a knock-on effect to how the second team lines up over the course of the summer. Ins: Michael Dale (Blythe). Outs: Andrew Coxon (Cheadle), Jake Mills (Cheadle), Jack Hammond (Meakins), Joe Hawkins (Meir Heath), Jack Motley (Stone SP). Prospects: Possibly not the season they envisaged after winning promotion in 2017, but Checkley have now had a year to get to grips with this level. Expect a slight improvement… Read full this story
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