Swimming: Penguin make great strides

AFTER three successive promotions in the last three years, which have taken Penguins back into the top division for the first time since in nearly 10 years, Harlow Penguins started their Essex League campaign on Saturday at Basildon sporting village and came very close to pulling off a major upset when they lost out by a single point to Romford Town who have reigned supreme for the last 15 years.

Basketball: Hawks take sting out of Scorpions tail

HARLOW Hawks secured a narrow 64-55 victory at Stevenage Scorpions to remain in the top four in the Herts Basketball League division two. Both teams started a little tentatively, but it was Rimantas Norkeliunas who opened up the scoring for the visitors. The Scorpions played with a greater intensity and tempo, this opened up the Hawks’ half court defence and allowed the home side some easy drives to the basket.

Volleyball: Good form continues for Harlow Club

In their group are also Brentwood and Thurrock. The womens team is almost a new build team as many of the previous team are no longer part of the team. The team is playing with so much passion and showing really good skills and just need to train and play a bit more to get to the next level. Even now this team is one of the favorites to win this group together with Brentwood where Volleyball have much more traditions compared to Harlow.

Tennis: Harlow Tennis Club round-up

HARLOW Tennis Club’s men’s first team started their division two Winter League season with a 3-1 home win over Rochford. Alex Dodd (14) made his first team debut and partnered captain Luke Spooner to a 10-1, 10-1 win. Harlow’s second pair, Harry Melluish and Dan Stevenson lost. Harlow won 6-2 at home to Pleshy in […]