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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…

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THE 2nd XI travelled to Old Brentwoods and won the toss putting their hosts into bat on a damp surface. It still took a very special effort from the bowling unit to rout the opposition bowling them out for a mere 45 in 28.2 overs.…

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TYE Green lost the toss and were put into bat. They put on a total of 164 for 10 wickets with some outstanding performances especially from Glen “all the gear no idea” facing one ball after spending £300 on new gear. After the interval, Tye…

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THE First XI had a difficult fixture away at high flying Springfield but were far from their best and ended soundly beaten, second best in all departments. Putting it in context – Harlow were Ukraine to the home sides England. Admittedly we lost the toss…

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Harlow CC Report: By Andy Yeats FRIDAY afternoon in the Barking and Dagenham area was rudely disrupted by a tornado with images of debris and mayhem widely circulating on social media. One can only assume that also led to Barking’s square getting a good soaking…

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THE second fixture of Harlow’s 1st XI T20 cup campaign produced some spectacular fireworks on a run filled evening in front of a good sized home crowd. Groundsman, Cliff Clark, had produced an absolute belter of a wicket on which to bat with almost 400…

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A GLOOMY and damp Marigolds was host to a Harlow First XI side looking to complete their third home win in successive weeks and force themselves into the promotion mix. They were to fall agonisingly short as visitors Goresbrook never truly showed any intent to…

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THE opening game of the First XI T20 league away to Epping ended in controversy tonight with the game finely poised. The home side, who had earlier looked nailed on to win at a canter, were beginning to struggle at 116-5 in the 14th over…

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HARLOW Town 1st XI visited Southend-on-Sea & EMT on Saturday knowing a victory was essential in the hopes of pulling away from the bottom of the league. On an absolutely scorching day, Southend won the toss and elected to bowl first. The outfield was rapid…

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FOR the second week on the bounce, Harlow left arm spinner, Sarfaraz Ahmed grabbed a superb 7 wicket haul to overcome a side challenging for promotion. This Saturday at Marigolds it was second placed Rainham who fell to the turn and guile of Harlow’s leading…

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THE 4th XI stunned Brentwood 4’s on Saturday with an incredible run chase to claim the win and with it propel themselves into the promotion positions in 3rd XI Division 2. Brentwood had batted first and despite some early pressure and wickets with Libby Riddell…

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TYE Green CC played Hoddesdon 5ths at Thunderidge. It was a fantastic competition. Hoddesdon batted first and started off very slowly with some superb bowling from Peter Jackson, going for just 17 runs off 8 overs including 5 maidens. Trumayne Lintonbon-Baker, from the other end,…