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HARLOW Town 1st XI continued their fine start to the season with a 33 run victory over Walthamstow at Ash Tree Field on Saturday.  Asked to bat first by the opposition the Townies started strong thanks to a fantastic opening partnership of 119 thanks to…

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LAST week, a reception was held at Harlow Council as part of the 250th anniversary celebrations for Harlow Cricket Club. The leader of Harlow Council, Dan Swords, led proceedings as he spoke warmly of the role that club has played in the history of the…

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HARLOW CC suffered a rare clean sweep of league defeats in the latest round of matches. The First XI struggled with the bat and failed to set a challenging target in their fixture away at Hornchurch Athletic with set the tone for a disappointing round…

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A STUNNING all round performance from Chris Whitworth (110 and 2-29) proved too much for Leigh on Sea as Harlow First XZI got their league season off to a fine start. Chris was supported with the bat by Gull Hassan (32) and Abi Farooq (30).…

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AFTER a one-week delay, the cricket season finally began on Saturday with Harlow Town hosting Benfleet, on an unexpectedly sunny day after the poor weather earlier in the week. The ground staff deserve some early credit for preparing a pitch and an outfield that did…

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LAST Sunday the weather was a wash out but 20 members of Innovation Multisport didn’t let that stop them!!  RunThroughUK were hosting The Colchester 10k Stampede at Colchester Zoo. With the animals as cheer squad for the 1,800 runners they set off out of the…

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THE investment, to be delivered over the next five years during which England and Wales will host the 2026 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup, includes a major capital programme that will see 16 state-of-the-art all-weather cricket domes built outdoors within host cities across England. These…

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APRIL and May dates for the diary, down at Phoenix Park. The start of the new season is just around the corner. Full details below. https://harlowtown.play-cricket.com/home

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THE Committee are pleased to announce the appointment of Salim Akbar as our lead coach for senior cricket for the 2024 season. Salim has a history of both playing at a good level and has a wide experience of coaching with the Sharks Academy, and…

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HARLOW Cricket Club is looking forward to a wonderful season which sees them celebrate their 250th anniversary. In many ways, they have a history that encapsulates the social history of the area. It is also a history that has one common denominator and that is…

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HARLOW Town Cricket Club to launch Junior Indoor Cricket Training. Full details below.

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WELCOME to the fourth of the End of Season Reviews for the 2023 season with focus on the Second XI. As in keeping with previous reviews from the campaign of last summer you’ll find further positive material as Amir Farooq led his team throughout their…

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ANY reporting in respect of Harlow Cricket Club’s 4th XI must be understood in the context of their elevated league status. The success of the side under the likes of Rob Coldwell and Jack Sykes led to their promotion out of 4th XI cricket into…

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THE headline has to be one of a positive and successful campaign. Arguably most important was the significant reduction in cancelled matches when compared to recent seasons. The extensive use of young players supported by some experienced hands remained the blue print and served the…

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HARLOW CC’s cricketers produced some strong performances on the final day of the season as the 2nd, 3rd and 4th XI’s all won. Sadly, any lingering hopes of a First XI promotion were finally dashed with defeat as Leigh on Sea. The home side had…

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OF greatest importance, arguably, was the Third XI fixture away to Ilford. Starting the day top of the table with Upminster hot on their heels, Harlow knew two wins would seal a second consecutive Third XI Premier League title. Alas, yet again in this miserable…