Athletics: Harlow runners do like to be beside the seaside

Athletics: Harlow runners do like to be beside the seaside

HARLOW Running Club was represented at the Clacton Half Marathon by 10 runners. First home was Lee Webber in 44th place out of 411 finishers in a superb 1hr 36min 53sec. He was followed by Robert Foxley, in his debut at the distance, in 124th place in 1.51.32, Laura Prime 141st in 1.52.59, Mick Maddams 157th in 1.54.19.

Cricket: Harlow CC’s promotion hopes take a blow

Cricket: Harlow CC’s promotion hopes take a blow

HARLOW Cricket Club First XI saw their season torpedoed by a 17-year-old fast medium seamer named Haris Latif on Saturday. In the space of incredible two hours of cricket, a to date successful campaign for promotion, was left floundering as a defeat of staggering magnitude left the Marigolds side with no margin for error whatsoever in the remaining three Shepherd Neame League fixtures.

Table Tennis: All praise King Ralph

Table Tennis: All praise King Ralph

IN the space of 2.5 years, Ralph Pattison has progressed from a 9 year old beginner to national champion at 11! When he arrived at BATTS on one of their weekly visits from his Year 4 class at Harlowbury Primary School we couldn’t possibly have predicted what would happen. But Ralph’s capacity for hard work and persistence in training was noticed very quickly, and they have high hopes for his continued progress.

Cricket: When the going gets tough, Harlow CC get going

Cricket: When the going gets tough, Harlow CC get going

SUCCESSSFUL sports teams find ways of winning when everything seems set against them however hard they try. That is exactly the strength and resilience shown by the First XI on Saturday in their crucial league fixture at in form Epping. Put into bat on a pudding of a pitch, arguably on the wrong end of the odd questionable decision and in huge trouble at 102-6 they found a way.

Brilliant day of cricket at Marigolds!

Brilliant day of cricket at Marigolds!

WHAT a fabulous day the club experienced last Thursday (1st August) when we entertained the Club Cricket Conference annual match against the MCC, being their first ever visit as far as we know. And on Spicers field, our under
11’s entertained the touring California Cricket Academy U’11’s as well.

West Ham Foundation offer sports programmes in Harlow

West Ham Foundation offer sports programmes in Harlow

WEST Ham United Foundation in conjunction with Active Essex Foundation, Harlow Council and Rainbow Services are offering FREE multi sport and health based programmes for children aged 5-11 year olds, whose families are eligible for Free School Meals, Tax Credits, Job Seekers Allowance, any other kind of benefit or are unemployed.

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