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South Wales Dragons withdraw from 2013 season

18th April 2013

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Blind Cricket’s second longest running club, the South Wales Dragons, have withdrawn from all competitive cricket in 2013. The decision comes due to a severe lack of players meaning they couldn’t commit to fulfilling any of their fixtures.

The BCEW National League will continue with the seven remaining teams and the format of the competition will not change.

In the BBS Primary Club National Knockout Cup Nottinghamshire VICC receive a first round bye and will face the winner of the Somerset VICC versus Northants Steelbacks match at home in the quarter-finals.

In the BCEW Bill Frindall Memorial Twenty20 Cup Warwickshire Bears have been given a bye straight through to Finals Day.

Hopefully this won’t be the last heard of the five time National league Champions and three time BBS Cup winners, the Dragons are planning on doing development work over the summer in the hope of reappearing for the 2014 season.