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HARLOW Cricket Club in partnership with Changing Lives FC are giving children not presently involved with the sport a chance to play cricket. The sessions started on Thursday but there is plenty of time to get involved. YH’s Dami Adewale spoke to Changing Lives’ FC…

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IT was another tough weekend for Harlow Town Cricket Club, the first XI welcomed high flying Gidea Park and Romford to Ash Tree Field. A solid, yet unspectacular start from openers Ronnie Yates and Dan Baldwin bought hope that Town may be able to put…

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WHEN Harlow First XI skipper Jake Messenger pulled on his PJ’s on Friday night I doubt he could have dreamed of a more perfect response from his side to last weekends debacle at Bentley. The ‘baggy green’s’ completely outplayed their previously unbeaten opponents who arrived…

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A SCINTILLATING maiden century for Aaron Simpson raised the spirits of Harlow Town after a difficult weekend of action in the league. Simpson’s ton against Abridge on Sunday, was made more special as he was playing with his father John, a hugely proud moment for…

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SHORTLY after 3pm Harlow CC supporters following the First XI at Bentley were deciding what to do with the extra time afforded to them by the impending crushing victory about to be achieved. The bowling unit had produced an outstanding display to rout the home…

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HARLOW Cricket Club in partnership with Changing Lives FC are giving children not presently involved with the sport a chance to play cricket. The basic details are on the poster below but YH will soon be speaking to representatives of both organisations in order to…

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THE weather impacted on Harlow Cricket Club’s members for another week as the persistent wet weather played a crucial factor in this weekends fixtures. The First XI game at Marigolds against Old Brentwood’s was delayed for almost 4 hours as heavy overnight rain led to…

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ON the whole the performances of Harlow CC sides on Saturday matched the weather. A disappointing damp squib. The rare glint of sunshine came on Spicers where Jack Sykes 4th XI overcame Wickford 3rd XI inspired by Oliver Allen hitting 46 and Reece Galvin (pictured)…

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TYE Green put in a tremendous performance to win their first game of the season against St Margaretsbury and sit top of the league. Tye Green CC batted first and posted 235 for 8 wickets over 30 overs. A fantastic debut from Tryshan Fernando scoring…

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HARLOW Town kicked off their league campaign with an away trip to Westcliff On Sea. The early morning rain lead to the match being delayed and therefore a reduction of overs from 45 to 41. Town made the perfect start when Chauhan dismissed Barnes in…

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THE cricket season may be less than a month old but Harlow Cricket Club First XI opening batsman, Ben Yeats, is already having a campaign to remember. In his opening six innings of the season Yeats has already scored 572 runs, a total that includes…

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SATURDAY saw Harlow Town welcome premier division Harold on the Hill to the Home of Cricket on a cold and blustery day. The visitors won the toss and elected to bat, making a fair start and reaching 43-1 off the first ten overs. Town kept…

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Full Report on U21 side on victory over Sawbo U21’s at Marigolds yesterday. MAX lost the toss but we got what we wanted when Sawbo invited us to bat. The youngest (Joe) and the oldest (Riz) opened the batting and got us off to an…

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THE First XI produced their most complete performance of the season to date to record a comfortable 9 wicket win in Dagenham on Saturday in Essex Senior League action. Having lost the toss and forced to field first, Harlow’s bowlers maintained to tight grip on…

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Alderson and Luckin heroics cannot save Harlow Town from defeat at Loughton HARLOW Town 1st XI faced Loughton 1st XI in the opening round of the Dukes Essex League Cup. Loughton, who won the toss and chose to bat first pressured Town with some assured…

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HARLOW CC First XI lost their opening Hamro Foundation Essex Senior League fixture at Marigolds on Saturday losing by 37 runs to visitors Newham CC. Pre-season fixtures had given Harlow’s supporters an idea of what they could expect this season – basically anything and everything…