GOING into the final round of Clitheroe Cricket League matches, Low Moor held a one-point advantage.
But the rain that has dogged the cricket season all summer put paid to their game on Wednesday, meaning they picked up just one point.
So all eyes were on Whalley the following night, where a win for Calderstones would clinch them the title.
Chipping A were the vistors, and they made 90 in their 15 overs.
Calderstones were made to struggle in reply, but old hand Simon Gorton steered them home by four wickets with 30 retired.
It was a personal triumph for Calderstones captain and organiser Dave Seedall, who finally won the league in his 15th season of trying!
In the other match played, Sabden made 108-3 at Chipping, with Phil Parker and John Hargreaves both making 30 retired.
In reply Ramblers stuttered to 66 all out.
• INSPIRED by archery at the Olympics?
As part of the Great Archery Weekend, The Bowmen of Pendle and Samlesbury Archery Club are opening their grounds for a free archery day on Saturday.
The local deputy mayor will be in attendance along with one of the Development Directors of Archery GB.
The club are expecting several hundred people to come to their grounds on Nab’s Head Lane - opposite Samlesbury Hall - to try archery for the first time.
You never know, some Olympic hopefuls maybe discovered!
The day is free to attend, with no experience required and all equipment provided.
The doors will be open between 10 a.m. and 4-30 p.m., and for more details, go to www.bowmen.co.uk or contact Norman (07786706184).
• RIMINGTON Football Club are looking for players to replace those who have moved on to other challenges, particularly for their reserve side.
Boss Terry Braithwaite is hoping to compete on all four fronts again this season, and also wants to try and win the West Riding Cup after last season’s good run.
Training is at Rimington on Tuesdays at 6-45 p.m., and for more details, contact Terry on 01200 428190 or 07762115845.