The last few weekends of the season are going to boil down to two very distinct competitions in Division 6. At the bottom, any two of the bottom four could finish in the bottom two, whilst at the top, the top two places are to be fought over by the top three.

Amazingly, as we enter the last week in August, and with only eight matches remaining to be played (and with one card still to be processed) , we know very nearly nothing about how the end of season table will look.

The Middle 2 Cup was introduced in 1999 when increased team numbers required a new competition between the Middle and Intermediate Cups.

With only twenty games remaining to be played in this year's Division 14, the competition is very much rounding the final bend. Three teams only have four matches left, and as such will not be able to massively improve their league standings.

Division 6 promises to bring heartache and elation in equal measure this season. That is a colossal cliché to start this review with, but there is an alluring mix of ambitious first teams, along with powerful lower teams that should throw up some fascinating cricket.

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