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Football: Harlow Town fall to another away defeat

BOTH goalkeepers had been barely more than spectators when Alex Addai hit the 62nd minute winner. His low finish settled in the corner, with the Hawks unable to mount a comeback.

Table Tennis: Batts round-up

Hardly time to draw breath now before the next home match against Halton on Saturday 25th February. This time we are more confident about the result but our team take nothing for granted.

Rugby: Rams maul Maldon

THERE was a poignant tone in The Rams visit to Maldon on Saturday following how events unfolded during the last meeting of the two teams but there was also a determination to come away with the victory and an unbeatable position in this seasons league table.

Football: Harlow manager says: “We Can Make Play- Offs!”

HARLOW manager Danny Chapman was positive when asked about his side’s chances in making the play off positions the season.

Athletics: Harlow Running Club lauds their best

HARLOW Running Club held their Presentation Awards Evening over the weekend with awards being presented for members performances during the previous year.

Hockey: Harlow Ladies: No wavering against Havering

HARLOW bounced back from last week’s defeat, with a victory that takes them in to 3rd place.

Football: Essex Olympian League Reports

May & Baker E.C. book their Semi Final berth after a 3-1 win at Rayleigh Town. Richard Oxby opened the scoring after he gets on the end of pinpoint cross from Daniel Mackin, heading the ball past the Rayleigh keeper

Football: Hawks preyed on by Hawks

THE best home record in the division took on the best away record in the divison as Harlow Town welcomed Havant and Waterlooville to the Harlow Arena, looking to build on their recent good run of form, that has seen them challenge for the play off spots. Their visitors were looking to get their title chase back on after a 2-1 defeat to Billericay Town last time out.

Rye House: Season Preview

With speedway in the UK becoming increasingly difficult and with promotions and relegations now being decided on whether you have the financial backing at the club.

Judo News: Northern Home Counties Orange

FIVE young players from Harlow Judo Club travelled to High Wycombe to compete in the Northern Home Counties Orange & Below competition. Four players fought in the 8-11 age group and one player fought in the 12-15 age group.

Rugby: Great victory for Harlow U14s

Harlow U14s 19-17 Finchley U14s WITH the bitter taste of defeat still fresh in their mouths, the Harlow U14s approached this week’s fixture with a renewed sense of vigour. The team faced off at Rams Gorse against a visiting Finchley side. With the sun obscured by clouds, the air was still and cold as the […]

Athletics: Great runs at Great Bentley

HARLOW Running Club members produced some excellent performances at the Great
Bentley Half Marathon with several personal best times for the distance and two
club records.

Table Tennis: Get down to BATTS next Saturday

THEY are looking forward to a capacity crowd at our Senior British League match against Ormesby next Saturday, and we hope to see you there.

Rugby: No hitches for Rams at Hitchin

THE Rams traveled to Hitchin on Saturday for a friendly fixture following the cancellation of the scheduled league encounter with Chingford.

Football: Harlow Town leave their mark on Staines

THE Hawks went into the game on the back of three home wins, looking to put the troubling away form behind them. Mario Noto took the lead with a finish from inside the box to put the visitors in control, and in truth Staines never looked likely to get back into the contest.

Judo: Owen claims Bronze at Walsall

Owen won his first fight comfortably and unfortunately lost his second fight due to a mistake which meant that the youngster dropped down to the repecharge (compound knockout) and unfortunately, was unable to compete for the Gold/Silver medals. Owen went on to win the remainder of his fights to eventually claim the first of 2 Bronze medals.

Rugby: Harlow pushed hard by Southwold

PLAYING into a strong wind in the first half Harlow were immediately pinned back in their own 22. However, patient defence and good, accurate clearance kicks from half backs Danny Smith and Charlie Woodington meant the red men were able to weather the early storm unscathed.

Athletics: Harlow tough it out in the mud

HARLOW Running Club competed in the third race of five of the East Herts and
West Essex Cross Country League over a muddy 4.5 mile course at Newport.

Rugby: Harlow Under-15s overwhelm Rochford

THIS game was meant to be a league game but unfortunately Rochford only had 14 players available and therefore conceded the win to us. So we decided to make it a friendly.

Football: Six of the best from Harlow!

HARLOW welcomed Worthing to the Harlow Arena looking to continue their fine run of form after the 3-1 home against Met Police on Tuesday evening. Worthing arrived a point behind their opponents going into the match, but did have two games in hand on the Hawks, but their form of two wins from seven in all competitions since the turn of the year had left them in 9th place.

150 NOT OUT!-Double from the “Machine Read” and a Piece of “Dadson Magic” leaves the Hawks three points off Play off’s

Harlow Town vs Met Police- Match Report By Luke Henry Harlow Town welcomed Met Police to the Harlow Arena, looking to build on their first win of the new year after a 1-0 victory against Tonbridge Angels. Met Police arrived in indifferent form at the start of the year, looking to move away from the […]

Athletics: Harlow runners brave arctic conditions

HARLOW Running Club members began their Spring Marathon preparations by
competing in the Folksworth 15 Mile race.

Judo: Owen impresses at Worthing

YOUNG Owen Lambert travelled Worthing Leisure Centre, Worthing to represent Harlow Judo Club in the South Coast Open Green Belt & Below competition.

Harlow Town FC vs Met Police FC Preview

Harlow welcome Metropolitan Police to the Harlow Arena as they look to build on their 1-0 victory on saturday afternoon against Tonbridge Angels. They welcome Met Police who arrive on the back of a 1-1 draw versus Billericay.

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