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Cricket

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JACK Petchey Awards where recently given out to four individuals at the Club for the period January to June 2022. Lia Fisk. The successful Nominee has been with the Club since 2017 and is current member of U12 Squad. This young player has always worked…

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THERE was a mixed bag of results from Harlow CC’s sides on Saturday. The 2nd XI followed the first team in drawing their fixture, although they certainly had the upper hand in a fixture they dominated. The visitors, promotion challenging Hutton, had initial success in…

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HARLOW 1st XI cricketers were forced to hang on resolutely in their top of the table clash at Barking on Saturday.  A wholehearted bowling and fielding performance had looked to give them the opportunity for a vital win but the batting never got going in…

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Cricket: Herts and Essex Border League: Weekend Results

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ON paper the First XI fixture at Marigolds on Saturday looked like a home banker. Harlow had been in excellent form with five consecutive runs taking them third in the league table at start of play. The visitors found themselves 15th having lost key players…

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BOTH Nazeing Common’s claimed two victories over local rivals Matching Green on a wonderful day of Herts and Essex Border League cricket last weekend. The first team, bowling first, made early inroads into Matching’s top order. Rhythmic bowling from Josh Stevens and a sharp catch…

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LAST Saturday saw Harlow Town’s first XI make the journey over to one of the four new teams to the league for this year, after the host’s foray into Division 1 last season. Skipper Ronnie Yates won the toss and, unable to refuse the allure…

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FIRST XI middle order batsman Max Baulcomb passed 2000 league runs for Harlow CC yesterday making another useful contribution with an undefeated 40.  Max has come through the Colts section at the club and cemented his place in the First XI over the past two…

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THE opening week of the ‘Time’ matches saw mixed results for Harlow CC’s sides this Saturday in the Hamro Foundation Essex Senior League. The First XI maintained their excellent form defeating Ardleigh Green by six wickets on the back of a very good effort from…

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ANOTHER fabulous story from the weekend at Harlow Cricket Club is encapsulated in this lovely photograph taken on Saturday. Former First XI captain Ryan Jessey back in his whites for the first time since 2019 to support twins Alfie and George who were making their…

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NAZEING Common 1st XI were held to a draw by Bishop’s Stortford in a magnificent advert for local cricket. Batting first, Nazeing started brightly with skipper Reese and upmarket Anatolian off license owner Cos Achillea putting on over 100 runs for the first wicket. The…

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IT is honestly difficult to know exactly where to start this week’s round up from Harlow Cricket Club. It was another hugely successful weekend both for the teams and many individual players. It was almost, and maybe should have been, a clean sweep of victories…

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NAZEING Common celebrated their second 40 point Saturday in a row after two impressive win. The first team beat Hatfield Heath, scoring 276-9 in 45 overs. Skipper Reese lead the way with 75 runs. Nazeing’s bowlers started brilliantly, with Josh Stevens (4-31) and Ed Taylor…

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TYE Green Cricket Club (TGCC) made the short visit to Broxbourne CC. TGCC lost the toss and was put into bat. After a slow start and losing a couple of quick wickets, the captain Jack Tracey and Usman Atuf steadied the ship. Jack hit 34…

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MARIGOLDS played host to a terrific contest as Harlow 1st XI met Bentley in a Hamro Foundation Essex Senior League top of the table clash. With skipper Jake Messenger unavailable, Ben Yeats captained the side for the first time in a league fixture, although he…