THE promotion challenge of both Harlow 1st and 2nd XI’s went up a gear on Saturday as both produced emphatic performances in their latest Shepherd Neame Essex League fixtures.
A MIXED team of players took up the invitation to attend the East Anglian fours event last week with very good results
SEVERAL Harlow Running Club members spent a warm and sunny Sunday morning on Southend seafront while competing in the town’s Half Marathon.
HARLOW Ladies enjoyed a very wet and windy Tour to West Norfolk Rugby Club at the weekend.
Cricket: MCC set to come to Harlow CC. Full details on poster.
CONGRATULATIONS to the teams from Church Langley (A) and Nazeing who shared this year’s Brister Cup after a thrilling morning of Rounders. Again the rounders event was held during the school day at Harlow Town CC with 18 teams scheduled to play.
PROLONGED overnight rain ensured that Harlow’s cricketers arrived at their various grounds to be met by green drying wickets that would be challenge to bat on. Consequently, Saturday saw mixed results as the 2nd & 4th XI’s maintained their current tremendous form to claim victories.
FOR the second year running, Harlow Gymnastics club was represented at the esteemed East Region National Grades, competing against elite gymnasts from top-flight clubs across Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex.
THREE athletes, Beth Harryman, Jamie Putt and Leo Chashchin, were scheduled to take part at the Southern Counties Championships, held at Bedford. Unfortunately, Beth Harryman had to withdraw prior to competition due to injury.
HARLOW Running Club member Mark Bentley crossed the Irish Sea to compete in the Cork City Marathon finishing in 426th place out of 1052 finishers in 3hrs 57min 32sec. Meanwhile at the multi-terrain Great Hertfordshire Half Marathon Sean Flynn finished in 28th place out of 132 finishers in 1.57.25. At the Wimbledon Half Marathon Laura […]
SATURDAY witnessed fabulous weather and equally glorious results as all five Harlow CC adult sides recorded victories in their league fixtures.
FRONTIERS Youth FC are hosting their annual presentation fun day. Everyone is welcome !
NATIONAL Volunteer week runs between June 1st and June 7th. Over the seven days, YH will be showcasing as many of our town’s volunteers as possible.
Try out Judo as part of Active Essex 30/30 in June. Full details on posters.
HARLOW Town FC will host neighbours Bishop’s Stortford in a friendly, as the line-up for the pre-season schedule has been finalised.
INDIAN TV came to Old Harlow this week to discuss the Crocket World Cup.
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IN the last seven days, Harlow athletes have been performing at a national level. The week began with Shemar Boldiszar in action at the Loughborough International selection event.
Harlow walking football team stride out in new tracksuits after netting funding from UK Power Networks.
PLAYERS at a Harlow walking football team will stride out in new tracksuits after netting funding from UK Power Networks.
THE Active Essex Foundation will once again be running the 30:30 Essex campaign, which aims to help people kick start a healthier lifestyle by taking part in 30 minutes of physical activity every day in June. This could be anything from taking a brisk walk in the local park.
HARLOW Running Club had a fantastic turnout on Bank Holiday Monday at the Hatfield Broad Oak 10K with a total of 72 runners.
Harlow man to represent England in inaugural Learning Disabilities Indoor Bowls International Series
DANIEL Adams, 29 year old member of The Griffin Bowls club in Harlow, has been selected to play Indoor Bowls for England in the inaugural Learning Disabilities Indoor Bowls International Series.
ON SATURDAY morning, Harlow Running Club member Spencer Brooks completed his two hundredth park run. That is a mean achievement alone but that doesn’t tell a fraction of the story.
THIS weekend saw a mixed bag of results with victories for the 1st & 5th XI’s, a battling draw for the 2nd’s and defeats for the 3rd’s and 4th’s.