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This episode of EMMERDALE is written by Andrew Kirk, produced by Kathleen Beedles and directed by Duncan Foster. The executive producer is Keith Richardson and the series producer is Steve Frost. It is a Yorkshire Television production for ITV1.
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Marlon Dingle Mark Charnock
The villagers are outraged to discover the Kings are planning to develop the cricket pitch.
The Emmerdale cricket team make final preparations for the match and appoint Danny (Cleveland Campbell) to the team. They are shocked to discover Simon (Dale Meeks) will be batting for the opposition having been told that he can’t play for Emmerdale because he doesn’t live locally.
After the game, the Emmerdale team celebrate their victory in the pub but their spirit is dampened when Councillor Ledbetter (Robin Bowerman) turns up and admits that he has sold the cricket pitch, gesturing to the Kings. Tom (Ken Farrington) confesses he bought it for a building development and the locals are outraged. Will this mean war?
As Jack (Clive Hornby) becomes increasingly concerned about Victoria (Hannah Midgley), Andy (Kelvin Fletcher) and Katie (Sammy Winward) do their best to encourage her to talk but to no avail. Robert (Karl Davies) begins to lose his cool, admitting to Katie that he feels guilty for what has happened to her.
Back at the pub, Val (Charlie Hardwick) and Bob (Tony Audenshaw) struggle to organise the cricketers’ meal so Diane (Elizabeth Estensen) asks Marlon (Mark Charnock) to help out in the kitchen for the day. Marlon reluctantly agrees and later, after cooking a successful meal, admits to Diane that it feels good to be back.