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Cricket: Harlow fall to Woodford

Lifestyle / Wed 19th Jul 2017 at 03:48pm

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Harlow 1st XI 108 All out lost to v Woodford Wells 1st XI 112/3.

Woodford Wells won the toss and put Harlow into bat. This proved to be a good decision and they bowled Harlow all out for just 108 in less than 30 overs, Callum Sykes topped scored with 31 holding on at the end of the innings to bring the score over 100. Wickets where shared across the Woodford bowling attack. In reply Woodford scored required runs in just 18 overs, Ross Vasani taking two wickets for 29 runs. This Saturday Harlow hope to bounce back against Orsett at Home. Harlow now sit mid-table it what is proving a very tight league.

Harold Wood CC 2nd XI 280/8 beat v Harlow CC 2nd XI 253/8

Harlow won the toss and put Harold Wood into bat. Harlow took some early wickets but then Harold Wood Number 4 bat Nadeem Sohail 105 and 5 bat Thomas Clarke 64 came in and put a stop to the wickets falling sc before being both bowled by Joe Riddell, who finished with figures of 57/2, Liam Coldwell also contributed with taking wickets 49/3 and Luke Monger 42/3, as Harold wood finished their innings on 280/8.

In reply all Harlow lost early wicket in Dan Stopp out for 9, Luke Monger continued his success with the bat scoring 76. Wickets fell at regular intervals with Jonh Perry 36 and Simon Baulcomb 32 not out, but Harlow could not get the required runs and finished on 253/8. Harlow 2nd XI currently sit 4th in league.

Harlow CC 3rdXI 263 all out beat v Buckhurst Hill 3rd XI 238/6

Harlow won the toss and batted first. Opening Dipendra Basnet continued his good form with the bat for the season scoring 64, with other contributions of 44 from Waheed Azam, 32 for both Dave Rogerson and Muhammad Naeem. Harlow where all bowled out for 263 from 43.2 of the allocated 45 overs. This did not prove to be an issue as then went about the task restricting Buckhurst Hill to 238/6 from 45 overs even with Billy Wright scoring 103 retired not out. Best of the bowlers was captain Dave Whellams with 23/2.
Harlow sit mid-table in the Premier League.

Gidea Park & Romford 3rd XI 124 lost v Harlow 4th XI 125/4

Harlow 4s returned to winning ways after 5 league games without a win by defeating the hosts by 6 wickets.
The home side won the toss and batted but no-one got in to make any significant score to do muh damage. Harlow’s bowlers picked up regular wickets throughout, Tom Smith-Hughes 3 wkts and Tyler Dobson 2/18 from 9 tidy overs, Max Baulcomb 2 wickets, Mashood Iqbal chipped in as well with 2 as the home side were bolwed out for 124 from 37 overs.

In response Harlow lost a couple of early wickets but Ilhan Mustafa (49) steadied things with a flurry of boundaries to ease the pressure. Ilhan fell short of a well deserved half century, but James Coldwell (29*) and Ken Aldred saw the away side home with 15+ overs to spare.

This win takes Harlow back in to 2nd place in the league as we search for securing a 5th successive promotion.
‘A good solid performance in the field with all chances being held made the difference today, a bit of a wobble when batting but we saw it through comfortably in the end.’

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