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.
Cricket: MCC set to come to Harlow CC. Full details on poster.
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.
SATURDAY witnessed fabulous weather and equally glorious results as all five Harlow CC adult sides recorded victories in their league fixtures.
INDIAN TV came to Old Harlow this week to discuss the Crocket World Cup.
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.
Big Cricket Day at Marigolds. Full details on poster.
HARLOW Cricket Club’s overseas professional, Jason McNally is already enjoying his first season down at the club in Chippingfield.
Harlow Town 102-ao off 39.2 overs Wickford 106-2 off 25.3 overs After the first league game was abandoned, Town started their season away at Wickford. Town skipper Farmer won the toss and selected to bat first. However, things did not go to plan as Town lost early wickets leaving them 20-3. Yates and Gladwin did […]
A RETURN of slightly warmer weather saw an upturn in fortunes for the majority of the Harlow CC sides as all bar the 3rd XI managed victories on Saturday.
ONE of the mainstays of the Essex County Cricket team in the 1970’s was a guest speaker at the Harlow CC’s spring supper on Friday night.
TO continue their high profile at Harlow Cricket Club they have invested in two ‘pop up’ banners which will be on display at the club especially when
THE CAPTAIN of Harlow Cricket Club is already looking forward to the new season, even in darkest February!
CRICKET is one of those sports in Harlow that did not arrive when the new town was born but instead had a healthy presence in the villages and shires.
FOLLOWING the thoughts of how can they get more people interested and support their cricket club plus, recapturing past members and players to continue their interest and support in Harlow Cricket Club, two life members, Simon Baulcomb and Alan Howick came up with the idea of forming a VICE PRESIDENTS CLUB to replace the tired and somewhat defunct former Vice Presidents list.
THE PRESIDENT of Harlow Cricket Club, Alan Howick visited the USA last year and made a fascinating discovery. Mr Howick has described his visit to us. “Back in the early part of 2018 The Cricketer Magazine ran a wonderful four page article about the CC Morris Cricket Library in Philadelphia, PA, USA. As my daughter […]
HARLOW CC’s season finished on a very mixed note. Defeats for the 2nd & 4th XI condemned both to relegation along with the 1st XI who were relegated the previous week.
HARLOW TOWN 78 all out v SOUTH WOODFORD 82-4 HARLOW Town’s great winning run of eight games out of the last 11 came to an end at home to South Woodford on Saturday. A fragile batting performance saw Town settling for 4th place in Division 2 of the Essex League and the visitors taking 3rd […]
SURAJ Chauhan’s bowling figures of 6-59 alongside a solid team performance, retained Harlow Town’s place in Division 2 of the Shepherd Neame Essex League on Saturday by taking 25 points at the expense of local rivals Harlow, who are now relegated to Division 3.
HARLOW TOWN C.C. v. LEIGH-ON-SEA. Saturday 25th August 2018 Harlow Town 169 all out. Leigh-on-Sea 118 all out HARLOW Town never make it easy on themselves, digging themselves out of a hole once again. Dan Farmer’s team electing to bat first soon rattled up 100 runs in just 17 overs and then plummeted to 169 […]
HARLOW CC MATCH REPORTS 18th AUGUST Harlow CC 1st XI 167 a.o lost to Wickford cc1st XI 271-2 HARLOW were well beaten by Wickford at home and barring three wins in their final three games look set to be relegated, this could be confirmed if they lose this Saturday to Horndon on The Hill who […]
HARLOW Town visited Oakfield Parkonians on Saturday and found a somewhat sporting wicket which was well below the standard required. Skipper Dan Farmer, on winning the toss on a pitch which was going to deteriorate even more,
Old Southedian & Southchurch CC 1st XI 186-8 beat Harlow CC 1st XI 185 a.o HARLOW’S relegation fears were not eased after this defeat to Old South, partly due to the amount of extras costing them dearly that they conceded. After winning the toss Harlow elected to bat. They soon lost Mitchell Howarde for just […]
TWENTY more valuable points were gained by Harlow Town at Ashtree Field on Saturday.