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IN 2018 the Second XI found themselves relegated from Division One despite playing some good cricket and achieving some pretty decent results. Maybe a lack of experience at key moments was crucial towards the end of that season. The 2021 incarnation of the 2nd XI…

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THREE of Harlow’s players have ended the 2021 season top in their respective divisions as leading run scorer or wicket taker. In First XI Division 3, Ben Yeats topped the runs charts with 840 runs at an average of 56.00 a distance ahead of Phil…

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THE 2nd XI secured the Division 2 title at bottom side Southend in what can only be described as a total massacre. Batting first Harry Burton’s side made what must be a club record 411-7 in 40 overs. Opener Abdul Munim made a maiden century…

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IT was a weekend of mixed emotions for Harlow Town Cricket Club. The 3rd XI sealed promotion, whilst the 1st and 2nd XI both suffered heavy defeats. The 3rd XI sealed promotion to Division 2 of the Herts and Essex Border League, with a final…

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Report by Andy Yeats FIRSTLY, we begin with a massive pat on the back and congratulations to everyone who has formed part of the Second XI squad this season, and above all to skipper Harry Burton. Their victory today at Old Southendians virtually assures them…

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MATCHING Green CC area set to host a charity cricket match on Bank Holiday Monday. The event is an opportunity to say thank you to the NHS. It is a 20/20 fixture. There will be celebrity appearances. Among those supporting the event are former England…

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HARLOW Town recorded an important victory in their battle against relegation at promotion chasing Leigh-on-Sea. Skipper Farmer won the toss and chose to bowl first on a slightly damp and green wicket. Town’s opening bowlers Suraj Chauhan and Sam Wilson stifled the opening batsmen of…

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Report by Andy Yeats THE lack of eye witness material this weekend will necessitate an abbreviated weekend round up but the headlines clearly should be dominated by the Second XI and by Jon Allen who recorded another century during the 5th XI defeat. Sadly, the…

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By Andy Yeats THERE’S been the odd rant within our match day reports over the course of the season but not tonight. The First XI put in an outstanding all round display, arguably their best of the season., to defeat promotion chasing Ardleigh Green by…

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WE start this weeks round up starts with the 2nd XI who defied the weather to win yet again, this time away at Ardleigh Green. It was another fabulous performance from Harry Burton’s side who again bowled superbly and despite a significant wobble at the…

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A COMBINATION of factors necessitate an abbreviated weekend roundup this evening but it was another strong Saturday for the club. Headline act has to be Harry Burton’s second XI who went into their critical promotion fixture against Westcliff a single point behind the second placed…

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GLORIOUS evening sunshine, a healthy sized crowd, bar open and a terrific local derby that went to the final ball. It hasn’t got much better than this for the past 18 months or so. The final T20 league group game served up a Harlow derby…

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THE strength of the club has been clear for all to see in recent weeks but last Saturday felt like a pivotal day as Harry Burton’s 2nd XI and Jack Sykes 4th XI made significant moves at the top of their respective divisions. Capping another…

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HARLOW Town 1st XI took another big step towards safety in the Hamro Foundation Essex League Division 2. Captain Farmer lost the toss and Town were, perhaps surprisingly considering the sweltering conditions, asked to bat first by the visitors Orsett and Thurrock. Even with the…

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HARLOW Cricket Club have issued a statement regarding staff suffering verbal abuse and the alleged conduct of players on the pitch. Club Chairman Simon Radbourne said: “It has been bought to my attention that in the last few weeks foul and abusive language has been…