GOLF: TOMMY Fleetwood missed the cut at the 3M Open in Minnesota on his return to competitive golf.

Fleetwood, who lives in Holmes Chapel, could only manage a second-round 72 on another day of low scoring at TPC Twin Cities and fell three strokes short of making the weekend.

The 29-year-old chose to miss the first six events of the PGA Tour to stay home with his family.

Fleetwood went out in level-par 35 after bogeying the second and picking up a birdie on the par-three eighth.

A bogey at the 11th was followed by a birdie at the 12th and he needed an eagle at the par-five 18th to play the final two rounds.

But a six ended his hopes and Fleetwood joined the list of big-name casualties who dropped out at the halfway stage.

Fellow Englishmen Luke Donald and Paul Casey were a shot further back on two over after shooting 70 and 72 respectively.

Four-time major champion Brooks Koepka missed the cut by one shot after a 71 and was joined on one under by Bubba Watson, who carded a disappointing 74.

World number four Dustin Johnson withdrew on Thursday after shooting 78 and citing a back problem.

CRICKET: Peover recorded two wins on Saturday as both the first and second XI teams won their fixtures with Styal.

The first XI bowled the hosts out for 90, with debutant Dave Letven (3-31) and Mark Nightingale (3-21) the pick of the bowlers.

Peover chased the total down in the 31st over thanks to key contributions from Stephen Price (31), Jon Bodimeade (27not out) and Dave Owen (10).

The second XI hosted Styal at Wellbank Lane and scored 192, having been asked to bat. Samarjeet Kumar top scored with 62, supported by Jim Shaw (42) and Alex Rottenbury (30).

Peover's youthful attack soon made inroads into the visitors' batting, with Sam Croxton (3-31), Hedley Nightingale (2-21) and Sam Slack (1-3) among the wicket takers as the visitors were dismissed for 114. On Saturday Peover 1st XI travel to Gazebury, while the 2nd XI host Rostherne.