ACCRINGTON and Rishton improved on their Musbury Lancashire League placings from last season.
Accrington pro Tama Canning - who left to link up with New Zealand A side a couple of weeks ago - enjoyed a good season celebrating 931 league runs, with a top score of 151 not out, and 56 wickets. Accrington never got any batting action against eventual league winners Haslingden on the final day but they finished fourth from bottom.
Rishton, who finished bottom last season, had an improved season after having to rely on sub pros following James Franklin's departure to Goucestershire.
They finished third from bottom after their final game against Todmorden was washed-out. Tod had made 148-3 with pro Gyan Pandey hitting an unbeaten 74 in 31 overs.
But there was no batting action for Rishton - although they did manage to have a sliding competition on the wicket covers!
Enfield will hope to improve next season after they ended this campaign in second off bottom spot - although they did reach the semi-final of the Worsley Cup and just missed out on a final spot in the last over.
Their final game was against bottom club Burnley. Enfield hit 105-6 in 28 overs with Andy Barker (25) and Adam Bracewell (22).
They didn't get the chance to bowl but will welcome pro Alviro Petersen back next season.
He finished with 1058 league runs and they will hope for better things from their amateurs next summer as they bid to move up the table.