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Saturday’s results so far. Lewis Kirk takes 9-37 for Clacton.

*home team DIVISION ONE: Mistley (20pts) 208-8, *Braintree (8pts) 197                                                      Mistley won by 11 runs *Hadleigh (20pts) 333-5, Witham (7pts) 220                                                      Hadleigh won by 113 runs *Halstead (17pts) 333-6, Frinton II (8pts) 226-5                                                Halstead won by 107 runs *Maldon (8pts) 205, Haverhill (20pts) 208-6                                                      Haverhill won by 4 wickets *Wivenhoe (20pts) 181-6, Elmstead (3pts) 98                                                   Wivenhoe won by 83 runs *Worlington (20pts) 251-9, Woolpit (8pts) 179                                                  Worlington won by 72 runs DIVISION TWO: *Dunmow (20pts) 201, Mildenhall II (7pts) 148                                                 Dunmow won by 53 runs Ipswich & E.S. (7pts) 184-8, *Easton (19pts) 187-7                                          Easton won by 3 wickets Clacton (20pts) 202-9, *East Bergholt (4pts) 90                                                Clacton won by 112 runs Coggeshall (20pts) 268-4, *Ipswich (5pts) 165                                                 Coggeshall won by 103 runs *Kelvedon & F. (6pts) 150, Copford (20pts) 152-7                                            Copford won by 3 wickets *Lakenheath (6pts) 151, Copdock & O.I. II (20pts) 152-6                                 Copdock & O.I. II won by 4 wickets DIVISION THREE: Bury St. Edmunds II (7pts) 164-9, *Brockley (19pts) 167-6                              Brockley won by 4 wickets Little Bardfield Village (19pts) 251-5, *Exning (7pts) 202-9                             Little Bardfield V. won by 49 runs Long Melford (5pts) 155-8, *Haverhill II (19pts) 159-4                                      Haverhill II won by 6 wickets Wivenhoe II (3pts) 149-8, *Mistley III (19pts) 150-3                                           Mistley II won by 7 wickets Halstead II (6pts) 211-9, *Tuddenham (19pts) 213-3                                        Tuddenham won by 7 wickets Sudbury II (20pts) 283-7, *Woolpit II (5pts) 140                                                Sudbury II won by 143 runs DIVISION FOUR: *Brightlingsea (2pts) 146-9, Walsham le Willows (19pts) 149-1                      Walsham le Willows won by 9 wickets *Coggeshall II (18pts) 181-9, Hadleigh II (8pts) 177-6                                      Coggeshall II won by 4 runs Abberton (20pts) 281-4, *Elmstead II (5pts) 169                                               Abberton won by 112 runs Mildenhall III (6pts) 156-7, *Felixstowe & [...]

June 24th, 2017|0 Comments

Concession

Elveden have conceded Saturday's Division Eight match away to Abberton II.

June 23rd, 2017|0 Comments

The incomplete scorecard update: It seems to be getting longer

The following is a list of all the matches where the scorecard has not been fully completed in Play-Cricket. Players missing from the scorecards/squads who have not been registered by their club, should have been completed by the Monday evening following the match. I am sure that Alan Rogers will have his eyes on this, and the offending clubs could face penalties if not attended to almost immediately. Missing players could be deemed as "ineligible players" and the penalties that go with that could be applied after the next Management Committee meeting on July 3rd. So I would highly recommend that the clubs listed as having missing information attend to it with due haste. 21st May: Copdock & O.I. Ladies II v Melton St. Audrys Ladies - Ladies T20 Section B - Melton players needing adding to the scorecard, now that they have been registered. 10th June: Coggeshall III v Maldon IV - Div 9 South - One Coggeshall and one Maldon player missing 10th June: Witham III v Kelvedon & F. III - Div 9 South - no result and no scorecard entered 11th June: Thriplow v Easton - Ladies Challenge - three Easton players missing 11th June: Frinton v Melton St. Audrys - Ladies T20 Section B - One Frinton unregistered and four Melton missing 11th June: Shotley Peninsula v Battisford - Ladies T20 Section B - no scorecard entered 17th June: Yoxford v Nowton - Div 5 - no scorecard entered. 17th June: Copford II v Copdock & O.I. III - Div 8 - Two Copdock players missing 17th June: Maldon IV v West Bergholt II - Div 9 South - One West Bergholt player missing 17th June: West Mersea II v Coggeshall [...]

June 23rd, 2017|0 Comments

The last match before the tour

Just one veterans match next week, ahead of the Yorkshire Tour the following week, and the team selection is as follows: Over 50s Opposition: Gents of Essex CID Ground: Frinton CC Date: Wednesday 28th June at 11.30am Umpire(s) Charles Revell and Kevin Walker. Scorer(s) Bob Barrell Pat Patel (capt); Mark Paget (wk); Martin Southwell; Mike Thew; Eric Davy, Mark Comber; Simon Everett; Tony Oram; Chris Hills; John Gallant; Stephen Henderson; Simon Sargeant.

June 23rd, 2017|0 Comments

Veteran teams left without a win

M H Two Counties O 50s v Nomads C C at Kelvedon C C on 20/6/2017 ( Timed Game ) Two Counties 269 for 3 dec. P Tomkins 128no, N Meakin 69, P Patel 28 ret hurt.  P Crego 2-60. Nomads 270 for 6 J Thornton 74, N Cader  46, J Gallant 43, J Antonis 42 M Blake 31. T Oram 3-90 Nomads won by 4 wickets. On a hot summers day at the picturesque Kelvedon ground the M H Two Counties O 50s entertained the Nomads CC  when batsmen took full advantage  of the helpful conditions. Batting first the Two Counties got off to a blistering start, unfortunately Skipper Pat Patel had to retire hurt on 28 with a muscle  injury that saw him miss the rest of the game. Phil Tomkins from the Kelvedon club scored a brilliant undefeated 128 on his debut and led the batting charge  Nick Meakin  (69) in his usual hard hitting style partnered Phil in a great stand of 159. The Two Counties declared with their total of 269 for 3 giving their opposition a fair chance. Paul Crego was the pick of the Nomads bowlers and his final analysis was 2-60. The Nomads made their intentions clear and took full advantage of some wayward deliveries. They were always up with the required  run rate and their first five batsmen were always positive in their approach and a close finish always looked likely. John Thornton made a deliberate 74 and he was supported well by Navaz Cader (46), John Gallant (43), Jude Antonis (42) and Michael Blake ( 31 ). Mark Comber (1-38) was the pick of the home bowlers and  it was he who made the initial [...]

June 23rd, 2017|0 Comments

Thanks from Eight Ash Green

Everyone from Eight Ash Green CC would like to say a huge thank you to all the clubs and local community for all their help & support! We were inundated with messages of support from locals and other cricket clubs such as: Gt Totham, Kelvedon & Elmstead CC. But special thanks must go to Copford Cricket Club who had a collection at their youth training on Saturday and raised £100 for repairs! Parkers Pitches have also kindly donated some supplies for the repairs! Again thank you so much, from everyone at Eight Ash Green

June 20th, 2017|0 Comments

Double defeat

M H Two Counties O 50s v Halstead Vets at Halstead C C on 14/6/2017 ( 45 over game ) Two Counties O 50s  210 for 5 S Henderson 71 ret hurt, K Ross 40, E Davy 34.  C Roper 3-40 Halstead Vets 212 for 7  M Johnson 103no, R Holman 42,  J Rose 30. C Hills 3-39, K Ross 2-47. Halstead Vets won by 3 wickets. At the fabulous Halstead ground the M H Two Counties batted first on a glorious summers day. The Two Counties side found runs hard to come by early on against a pacey home attack, Steve Henderson however got the Two Counties going with a fine 71, that was cut short by an injured groin that forced him to retire hurt. He was helped early doors by Jon Wiseman 27, and in particular Kevin Ross 40 who had a good stand with Steve before he had to retire. Eric Davy tried to keep the pace up before he fell to the wiles of Chris Roper 3-40 who was the most successful Halstead bowler. The Two Counties couldn’t force the run rate expected in the later stages of their innings and ended on 210 for 5 probably 20 or so runs light. Chris Roper was backed up well by Justin Rose, Mark Johnson and David Sears. Halstead lost a couple of early wickets when Neale Dakin and Mark Waithman were dismissed by Mark Comber and Chris Hills with the total on 28. Mark Johnson, however, with a superb undefeated 103, took the game by the scruff of the neck and shepherded Halstead home to a comfortable 3 wicket win with three overs to spare, He was aided by  good knocks [...]

June 15th, 2017|0 Comments

Sudbury seek friendly opponents

Sudbury are looking for opposition team to play at Sudbury in a friendly on Sunday 13.30 start. Opposition have cancelled and trying to fulfill a fixture. It contains juniors and some seniors not a strong friendly side but always a good game If anyone is looking for a fixture Sunday please do get in contact with Louis Brooks on 07900054876

June 14th, 2017|0 Comments

Player suspensions

It is the policy of Hertfordshire Cricket Ltd to apply suspensions imposed by leagues or competitions to all cricket across England and Wales in accordance with ECB guidelines, this includes friendly matches, midweek and indoor cricket. The Saracens Hertfordshire Premier Cricket League have imposed suspensions on two players from Luton Town & Indians Cricket Club. These suspensions are extended to all other forms of the game across England and Wales during the periods outlined below. 1st XI Captain Adnan Bashir - Guilty of three level one offences contrary to spirit of cricket 2.2.4 respect for the role of the umpires 2.2.5 to dispute an umpires decision by word, action or gesture  2.2.5.to direct abusive language towards an opponent or umpire Adnan Bashir is banned for four weeks with immediate effect from Friday 9th June until Friday 7th July 2017.   Player - Kunal Gawand - Guilty of level one offence - showing dissent at an umpires decision by word or action Banned for three weeks from Friday 9th June until Friday 30th June 2017.   Clubs and players reminded of their responsibilities and the consequences of playing a suspended player.   Please feel free to impose across your counties and pass on to league and other competition organisers inline with ECB guidelines around “Mutual Recognition of Penalties”.

June 12th, 2017|0 Comments

Allison stands down with immediate effect

It is with regret that Allison Heathcote has had to step down from her role as League Secretary. Her paid employment has now become much more demanding and she feels that this will have a detrimental effect on her ability to continue with her secretarial role. In addition, Allison is shortly due to have another operation on her arm as a result of those tragic events in Tunisia some two years ago. We all send our best wishes for a successful operation and of course, our best wishes for the future. So, the search for a new secretary starts. Nominations for a volunteer to take over the role of League Secretary as from the AGM in October would be most welcome. In the interim, correspondence should now be directed to Assistant Secretary Alan Rogers at rogers9bh@btinternet.com

June 12th, 2017|0 Comments