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Handbook2021 w w w. h e r t s l e a g u e . c o . u k

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Saracens Hertfordshire Premier Cricket League Affiliated to the Club Cricket Conference and Hertfordshire County Cricket Association

2021 www.hertsleague.co.uk Facebook: www.facebook.com/HertsCricketLeague Instagram: www.instagram.com/herts_cricket_league Published by: Saracens Hertfordshire Premier Cricket League Editor: Richard Bayliss. E-mail: handbook @hertsleague.co.uk Production: Create Services - www.createservices.co.uk

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Contents

Committee Members............................................................................................................... 5 Standing sub-committees........................................................................................................ 6 ECB Grant Payments ............................................................................................................. 6 A Message from our Sponsor, ................................................................................................ 7 Foreword................................................................................................................................. 8 Mike Wood tribute................................................................................................................. 10 Mike Wood, Leverstock Green CC Legend.......................................................................... 12 Redbourn's Remarkable Season.......................................................................................... 14 Taking the positives from a desperate year.......................................................................... 17 Hoddesdon's Fund Raisers................................................................................................... 19 Obituary - Barrie Mitchell....................................................................................................... 20 Hertfordshire Cricket - leading, influencing and inspiring........................................................ 21 A View from the Scorebox, Richard White............................................................................ 22 Reflections; Eric Riddle & Jerry Dovey................................................................................. 24 Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire Grounds Association........................................................... 26 Constitution........................................................................................................................... 27 Grant Aid............................................................................................................................... 33 2021 season information.................................................................................................... 35 Divisional Structure 2021......................................................................................... 37 Fixtures 2021........................................................................................................... 38 Paid Player/Coach 2021.......................................................................................... 52 Which Ball to Use? CCC Sovereign Trophy............................................................ 53 Readers Hertfordshire Cup Competitions................................................................ 54 Saracens Hertfordshire Development League 2021............................................... 55 Umpires Panels........................................................................................................ 56 Umpire & Scorer Registration Process.................................................................... 58 Results, Facilities & Umpire Reporting.................................................................... 59 ECB Club Affiliation and DBS.................................................................................. 62 Premier Divisions Player Registration..................................................................... 64 Registration, Overseas Players and Managed Migration........................................ 65 Disciplinary Regulations........................................................................................... 66 SHPCL - Club Penalties 2021................................................................................. 67 Club Directory.......................................................................................................... 68 2020 season review............................................................................................................. 91 Secretary's Report 2020.......................................................................................... 92 League Tables 2020................................................................................................ 94 Diary of the Season 2020........................................................................................ 97 Player Averages 2020.............................................................................................112 Statistics and League records..........................................................................................115 Best Batting & Bowling Performances 1994-2020.................................................116 Principal Players 2000-2020...................................................................................117 President's Trophy; John Barker Cup; League Officers........................................ 137 Hertfordshire Cricket League Highs and Lows...................................................... 138 Premier Division play-off finals 2014-2020............................................................ 139 Hertfordshire Cricket League records.................................................................... 140 League knockout records...................................................................................... 145 League history timeline.......................................................................................... 150 4


Committee Members President

NIGEL WRAY

Office: 0208 445 7012

Chairman

TONY JOHNSON 1 Netherwylde Cottages, Watling Street, Radlett, Herts WD7 7HS. (Email: t.j100@btinternet.com)

Home: 01923 850597 Mobile: 07770 966688

Hon. Secretary Match Rules and Constitution

BARRY HELLEWELL 87 Ware Road, Hoddesdon, EN11 9AD (Email: barryhellewell@hotmail.com)

Hon. Treasurer

ROSS McCASKILL Fourth Floor, 110 Wigmore Street London. W1U 3RW (Email: rossmccaskill@hotmail.com)

Results and Fixture Secretary

RICHARD MASON West Herts Sports Club, 8 Park Avenue, Watford, WD18 7HP (Email: results@hertsleague.co.uk)

Registration

PAUL BLACKWELL 133 Highfield Way, Rickmansworth, WD3 7PL (Email: registration@hertsleague.co.uk)

Home: 01923 351234

Umpires & Scorers' Co-ordinator

PETER HINSTRIDGE The Thatched Barn, Lane Farm Heydon Lane, Heydon SG8 8QB (Email: peter.hinstridge@btinternet.com)

Home: 01763 837189 Mobile: 07710 403524

Sponsorship Co-ordinator

TONY RHODES 264 Hertingfordbury Road Hertingfordbury, SG14 2LG (Email: a.rhodes264@btinternet.com)

Home: 01992 536877 Mobile: 07917 870609

Facilities MARK SHEPHERD Co-ordinator. 140 Charnwood Road, Hillingdon, Registration Uxbridge Middx UB10 0HZ (Email: markshepherd01@aol.com)

Home: 01992 422160 Mobile: 07842 206529

Mobile: 07825 440950

Mobile: 07491 834644

Home: 01895 233630 Mobile: 07772 224390

Safeguarding Officer

RICHARD BURLING 8 Herne Road, Stevenage, SG1 4RW (Email: welfare@hertscricket.org)

Home: 01438 215849 Mobile: 07885 288296

Discipline. Development League

GEORGE WHITE 5 Rush Leys Court, Beningfield Drive, Napsbury Park, St Albans, AL2 1GN (Email: whiteg27@hotmail.com)

Home: 01727 621987 Mobile 07968 349933

Website & IT Co-ordinator

PETER DUDLEY 6 Egerton Road Berkhamsted HP4 1DT (Email: petedudley@aol.com)

Premier Divisions NESAN JEYARATNAM Representative 9 Peters Avenue, London Colney, AL2 1NH (Email: nesanjeyaratnam@msn.com)

Mobile: 07882 501915

Mobile: 07496 360410

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Standing Sub-Committees

The sub-committees shown below will be in effect for 2020. League Chairman, Tony Johnson, is an ex-officio member of all sub-committees. Sub-committee chairman is shown in bold. Competitions Tony Johnson Doreen Browne Peter Hinstridge John Sweedy Registration Premier, Championship & Division One Mark Shepherd Richard Mason Registration (Division 2A & below) Paul Blackwell Facilities Mark Shepherd Richard Burling Sponsorship & Finance Tony Johnson Ross McCaskill Tony Rhodes Results, Fixtures & Handbook Richard Mason Richard Bayliss John Northall Peter Dudley Constitution & Match Rules Barry Hellewell Richard Burling Peter Hinstridge

Safeguarding Richard Burling Discipline George White Paul Blackwell Nick Hall Peter Hinstridge Mark Shepherd Umpires & Scorers Peter Hinstridge Hilary Stiffin Anthony Levy John Sweedy Premier Divisions Peter Hinstridge Carl Ferguson Tom Greaves Nesan Jeyaratnam Steve Selwood Mark Shepherd Play Cricket Administration Mark Shepherd Hilary Stiffen Richard Mason Herts Junior Leagues George White Andrew Meadmore Ian Watkins

ECB Grant Payments In last year’s handbook we explained how we dealt with the distribution of ECB grant monies to the clubs in our Premier and Championship divisions. At the time of going to print we anticipate receiving £15,000 from the ECB for the 2021 season and we intend to divide this, as before, between those clubs so that the Premier clubs receive £1,000 each and the Championship clubs £500 each. Details of any changes, occasioned by the ECB amending the amount of the grant, will be posted on the website and communicated to the clubs separately. As before the grant is discretionary and the League is under no obligation to distribute it in any specific way. As a reminder to clubs we deduct from the standard payment to each club £25 for each playcricket reporting failure, £25 for any spike mark received for pitches not reaching the required standard and £25 for each level one disciplinary offence and £50 or higher for each level two (or above) disciplinary offence. At the end of the season all fines are added up and distributed equally between those clubs who have not incurred any fines. 6


A Message from our Sponsor

Dear All How wrong can you be! This time last year we wrote that the achievements of Ben Stokes in the Ashes were truly memorable “so let's hope for us all that this summer will be too!” Well, as it turned out the summer was about COVID, not cricket, though we did get a bit in. As we all sit here today, the conversation is about vaccines not cricket, but let's hope that because of the vaccine cricket can start, broadly speaking on time and then we will have a truly British summer. My word we need it. Best of luck to all, take care and stay safe. Very best wishes Nigel Wray

The 2021 Handbook This year's handbook has a slightly different look, partly as a result of a change of editor but mostly because of the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on league cricket. Player averages are a lot thinner than usual and the book is missing some of the usual sections, as there were no knock-out competitions or play-offs in our two Premier divisions. Also missing are the team photos of our divisional champions. Social distancing put paid to those. Similarly, no photos of happy trophy winners at a Saracens presentation. All these will return in next year's book. We hope. IMPORTANT: At the time of going to print all match rules, guidelines and regulations are subject to change, brought about by Covid-19 adaptations introduced by the ECB. Any updates will be published on the website and communicated to clubs separately Finally, I have the unenviable task of succeeding Mike Wood, who crafted this handbook and the match day handbook, over many years. I hope to do justice to his legacy. Richard Bayliss. handbook@hertsleague.co.uk

Cover photo

The spectacular photo on the front cover of this year's handbook dates back to 2015 when Radlett's Randeep Sanghera (mostly hidden on the cover) bowled Owais Shah. Randeep finished with 6 for 30 in the match, which was the Premier League playoff semi-final when Radlett beat Welwyn Garden City by 9 wickets and went on to win the final, having also topped the league table. Owais still headed the batting averages that season, as he has several times, with 749 runs at 74.9. Randeep also had a great season, coming 2nd in the bowling averages, with 31 wickets at 13.68. Our cover photo was the best of many received, after we invited submissions for high quality pictures. Others have been used on the section dividers on pages 35, 91 & 115. In order, they feature Dan Darvell of Redbourn, Bradley Sayers of Potters Bar and Matthew Fretter of London Colney. Photo courtesy of Archant/Danny Loo 7


Foreword

For want of a better expression, it is Groundhog Day. Here is the opening sentence in my 2020 Foreword. “I started committing my thoughts to print on 3rd March, hoping that the Coronavirus outbreak would no longer be a threat to life or have a major impact on the season ahead.” Twelve months on, after a nine-week 2020 season with rule changes and restrictions in place and no cup competitions, Covid-19 continues to have global impact on everything, having devastated the lives of over 126,000 UK families and left most of us trying to come to terms with the reality that this awful mutating virus will be around for some time to come. However, with a focus on the small matter of our sport, the signs are positive. The vaccines are working, and we are planning for a full season ahead. Our new world of Zoom will keep us on track and well prepared for match-play in the coming weeks. It worked well for our AGM in February, showing that it can be a useful tool as one of the new communication platforms. It remains to be seen how and when we wean ourselves off it and back to face-to-face meetings. Barry Hellewell is in fine form with his League Secretary’s Report, starting on page 92 and comments on some of the multitude of issues we dealt with over the last twelve months in an extraordinary 2020 season. The league Executive has been expanded to cater for the retirement of Mike Wood. Typical of the man, Mike helped with the search for and training of his replacements well ahead of the AGM, so Richard Mason for fixtures and results, Peter Dudley for IT and website, and Richard Bayliss for the handbook, have seamlessly moved into their roles as they work with us going forward. Many of you may not know all that Mike has achieved in his 26 years with our current league and another 9 with the preceding Hertfordshire Competition, let alone his life at Leverstock Green CC, but you soon will, after reading the articles about him in this handbook. Having worked with Mike for his 35 years, I will miss his help, energy, and foresight as the cricket landscape In Hertfordshire has developed, much of that due to his skills and personal time given up, despite being in full time employment and often abroad on business. There is no doubt that he has been instrumental in helping to create the support systems the league is running today. Thank you, Mike, from me and all in our league community. Right now, the financial stability of any business is a hot topic, and we are very fortunate to have the continued support and backing of our main sponsors. Saracens and the Saracens Foundation understandably had to reconsider their position with all their partners, but I am very pleased to report that they have agreed to continue working with us, albeit at a reduced level of funding. The work starts now to find ways to create benefit for both parties in our 22nd year with their support. Equally good news is that Readers Kookaburra will remain as our loyal ball and Cup competitions sponsor. In light of the above, the amount of funding allocated towards prize money may have to be adjusted for 2021 and is on our agenda as we speak. It will be published before the season starts, and Tony Rhodes continues to liaise with our sponsors. Unless told otherwise by the ECB during April, the season will be starting in May with restrictions as defined in the protocols, with promotion and relegation, and with the Sunday competitions. Flexibility will be the watchword again, in terms of any local health scares or issues with grounds in the first few weeks of the season, and we have to be prepared for changes if they become necessary. So, onto some of the key areas we are addressing for now and future seasons. 8


The revival of the Sunday Development League continues apace, with 26 clubs in 6 pools competing. It is good to know that many clubs have their own plans on what to do with their Sundays, but for those that do not, this development structure is an option. It is designed to provide cricket on Sundays for clubs who find it difficult to give some of their younger players a chance to play on Saturdays, or perhaps help them to develop skills with the experience of three or four adults in their team. Integration of youngsters with the senior teams in your club is key, as they are quick to vote with their feet if you ignore them. The same goes for the Sunday T20 Trophy competition for non-Premier division players, which ran successfully in 2019 with the addition of a Plate Competition. This year has 22 clubs competing in 5 groups with a finals day for both the Main and Plate set-ups. We have entered a team in the CCC Sovereign Cup, offered to non-Premier division players in this mid-week Competition across the South East, and Richard Mason from West Herts is our Team Manager. Players wanting to play some mid-week competitive cricket should contact Richard via details on the website and in the handbook. The rules for the temporary player registration scheme, put in place for the regional divisions in 2019 to deal with player shortages or surpluses for match days, have been improved for this season, all designed to stop players drifting away from the game when not selected. Please make sure that you consider carefully when and how to use the option. Details on the process are published in section 13a of the constitution. The regional divisions have come under review over the winter for two reasons. The first point is that, with new teams entering the league for this season at this level, and the concerns over travel distances, it is time to revamp the current structure plus Divisions 10A and 10B ready for 2022. The second point is Covid related and the possible impact on grounds not being ready, so we have decided that, in the regional divisions only, if a ground is not available, the home team will be allowed (as last season) to offer the opposition a game on the Sunday of that weekend at its other or main ground. Clearly the opposition must agree, or the game will be treated as having been cancelled. All clubs wishing to use this option must advise the league results secretary in advance. There is an improved initiative to encourage players and non-players to take more interest The 2021 AGM worked well on Zoom in umpiring and scoring, based on on-line training and it is being rolled out shortly. As you know, the game depends on these two disciplines to operate matches effectively, and there needs to be an annual flow of newcomers in clubs with the relevant skills. Fresh ideas from new faces are what keeps us going on your Executive, so if you are prepared to take on a role on one of our committees or if you have any ideas for us to consider, please get in touch. It is your League, and we need to reflect the views of players and administrators alike when considering change. Finally, my grateful thanks go in particular to Mike Wood as he now has time to enjoy some breathing space and look back at his achievements with us. I am also indebted to Barry Hellewell, the other members of our Executive Committee, and to all those who give up so much of their time on its sub-committees. On behalf of your Executive, I pass on my sincere thanks to the army of over-stretched volunteers out there in clubland who keep your club running, and on whose efforts the success of this League depends. I hope you enjoy being back with friends and colleagues as the season unfolds. Tony Johnson Chairman 9


Mike Wood A tribute to celebrate more than 35 years of service to Hertfordshire cricket For as long as we can remember, Mike Wood has set aside pages in this handbook for lasting tributes to those who have made a major contribution to the health of club cricket in this area. This year we pay tribute to Mike himself, following his retirement not only from the role of Handbook Editor but also Herts League Results and Fixtures Secretary. We can add to that the unofficial title of IT guru. It was Mike who set up the League’s first web site, managing and improving it each year, while exploiting developing technologies to improve communications and make life easier for club officers and captains. The ultimate measure of Mike’s contribution is the fact that it now takes four people to cover his previous workload! Mike’s league journey started when Leverstock Green played in the Hertfordshire Cricket Competition, Group One. At a league meeting in 1985 he answered an appeal for new representatives to sit on the management committee. He could hardly refuse after a voice from behind shouted “Woody will do it”, in response to that call for volunteers! It was a role he relished, not as a passive committee member but actively looking at ways the management of the league could be improved. Within a year he became assistant to the Secretary, the late Charles Holroyd of Kings Langley. He started to focus on the results service and in 1988 started a weekly results newsletter, which relied on teams sending in their scores on a results card, Fortunately, Mike’s day job involved computer programming, then in its infancy, and he wrote a Cobol program which created the tables. Those skills would underpin everything Mike did for Hertfordshire cricket over the following 30+ years, especially for the results service. 10

Those first newsletters were printed out and posted to all the clubs and newspapers. At its peak, Mike and his wife Liz produced 154 copies of the news sheet, each consisting of 2 or 3 pages which were stuffed into envelopes, addressed, stamped and posted. Even his young daughters were roped in to stick stamps on the envelopes. No self-adhesive stamps in those days! Let’s chronicle the timeline of some of his innovations since then. When the Hertfordshire Cricket League was formed in 1994, Mike was its first Fixtures Secretary. Within two years, he had added ‘Results’ to his title. He developed the League’s first website in 1999, giving round-theclock access to results and league tables. Around the same time, faxing was the technology which allowed results to be sent automatically from his computer, greatly reducing postage costs. Over the next 16 years. Mike developed the web site to hold details of the 13,000+ registered players, umpires appointments, directions to grounds, averages and other statistics. It was, and still is, an invaluable resource. At the start of the 21st century, Mike made the most of changing telephone technology to enable home teams to leave their results on one of five dedicated divisional lines. Mike was one of five volunteer results collators who transcribed the messages, which Mike himself collated at around 10.30pm every Saturday evening – leaving his clubmates in the bar! Next came a new computer programme to calculate the tables from the results, no easy task given the League's complex points system. Paperwork was eliminated with the results and tables published via email to 900 subscribers worldwide!


By the mid-2000s the web site was receiving over 3 million hits each season! It peaked at 3,600 unique visitors on a single day. A big change came in 2008 when Mike introduced yet more automation - results via text message. His system also updated the website automatically. It was a massive leap forward which allowed the results collators to have their Saturday nights back! The natural progression was to develop a website designed to work on a PC, phone or tablet and complement it with a mobile app to report results. Mike worked with a software company in Spain to develop a new site in 2017. As Mike said at the time: “It took quite a lot of time and effort, partly because the developers had never heard of cricket!” This meant the whole match day process was automated, including a reminder to team captains 15 minutes before the 9pm deadline, if they hadn’t submitted their result. These reminders were extended to facilities and umpires marking, followed, in 2018, by the development of more reporting apps. The whole results process, including fines, was now so automated that the results newsletter was being formatted without any human intervention. Mike rightly described it as: “the ultimate succession planning.” In addition to all that, his 'winter job', around the time most of us think only about Christmas, was to compile the league fixture list. That became massively more complicated when our 230+ teams were re-organised into a single vertical structure. Fortunately, a few years ago, he was able to find another volunteer, John Northall, who understood the complexities and took over the fixtures, working with Mike. When he'd finished that task, Mike could start work on the handbooks. A main book of over 200 pages and then a small match day book which suited captains and umpires more.

Mike took much from his life in cricket and gave so much back in return, all with endless support from his wife Liz and two children. Then in 2018, very suddenly, Liz passed away. The shock within the family was immeasurable. The sense of grief was shared equally by her legion of friends at Leverstock Green CC and the local community. Mike’s paid his own tribute to Liz in the 2019 handbook, saying her contribution to the success of cricket in Hertfordshire (Club and League) should not be underestimated. “None of the things I have been able to do would have been possible without Liz,” he said. Liz continuously supported Mike, whether he was creating his club's fixture book, for over 20 years, or the league handbook, for over 30 years. When he moved into roles as Club Captain and Chairman at LGCC and then the Club Cricket Conference, she was always there with advice and moral support. It is no surprise that Mike has been honoured for his huge contribution to the development of recreational cricket. Given her own personal involvement, Mike was naturally delighted that Liz was able to be by his side for the presentations of the two biggest awards. These were for the 'Outstanding Service to Cricket Award' (OSCA) from the ECB, presented at Lord’s in 2006 (photo above) and again when given the ICC ‘Catch the Spirit' award, for services to cricket, three years later. As Mike said in his tribute to Liz: “She deserved them as much as me!" On behalf of thousands of people who are or have been involved in Hertfordshire League cricket over the last 35+ years, players, officials and administrators alike, we thank you Mike. On the following pages there is a tribute from Mike's club, Leverstock Green CC. 11


Mike Wood

A Leverstock Green CC Legend

I first became aware of Michael Wood in 1973, when he joined Longdean School as an 11 year old, where I was a teacher. He played in the U12s rugby XV, an imposing full back, who could kick the ball miles. He also showed an aptitude for cricket and was encouraged to join Leverstock Green Cricket Club in the mid1970s. He played in the colts team and made his senior debut in the 2nd XI in 1978.

In August of that year, LGCC played a prestigious charity match against the Lord's Taverners and a large crowd came to watch their team of celebrities and ex-Test players. I had to do a stint of marshalling the large car parking area and was assisted by a 16 year-old Mike Wood. After I left, to play, he spent the rest of the day guiding the cars in and out of the car park and taking their money. I remember thinking then what an enormous commitment a 16 yearold was making to his new club. And so, the seeds of greatness were sown! Before long, Mike was promoted to 1st XI wicketkeeper and went on to play for 25 years in the team, until 2005. He was a big-hitting batsman, who had a first team ton to his name and I heard him described, more than once, as ‘the best Number 8 in the League. He played over 500 1st team innings, scored 10,000 runs, took around 250 catches and over 20 stumpings. But it was as an opening bowler, who made the ball swing sharply away from the bat, that he made an even bigger impact. He bowled around 3,600 overs, nearly 700 maidens and took about 650 wickets, with a best 1st team performance of 7-30. My favourite cricket story about Woody is 12

when he was batting against an overseas player who became a famous Test player. This story can best be told by Dave Tyson (another LGCC legend), who witnessed it: “One particularly funny moment happened when we played Harefield away, in a Sunday league match when Danny Morrison (NZ) was their overseas player. Morrison was quite brisk, especially for a Sunday game after a few beers the night before. We were struggling to cope with his pace which obviously delighted him and the Harefield team. I and a few other players were sitting below a first floor flat in the pavilion. It had large front windows. Imagine the scene: Morrison is steaming in to Woody, repeatedly beating the edge; he’s getting annoyed now, he’s ready for getting into the bar. Next ball, Woody absolutely climbed into it and smashed a huge six through the window into Morrison’s flat, scattering everyone below to avoid being covered in broken glass. Woody just stood there and smiled back and asked DM if he knew a glass fitter.” Woody captained the 1st XI for a decade, throughout the 1980s. The team had a strong youthful core, all homegrown. They were always punctual, were smartly turned out and very reliable. Virtually the same 11 would play every week on Saturdays and Sundays. It was a very successful team whose ethos reflected its young captain. Mike also volunteered to help behind the scenes and took on several positions of responsibility. Throughout the 1980s, he took on the unenviable job of Team Secretary, being required not only to help select the teams but also to fill gaps, if and when people


dropped out. He was also elected Chairman and was Club Captain during two spells over nine years. He was one of a small group of Club Trustees and is a Life Vice President. In recognition, in 1988, he was awarded the Faulkner trophy, given to the person who has made the most outstanding contribution to the club at a particular time. As Club Captain, he once summarised in the handbook how he thought our players should play the game of cricket: “The approach to the game is as important as the playing. There are other things to be considered. Turning up on time, doing your allocated jobs and generally helping the captain for the day. We are a very friendly club and teams over the years have really enjoyed playing at the Green. All team members play a part in creating the right competitive yet respectful environment. Play hard, I would expect nothing less, but play fair.“ Mike did so much for our club, much of it unnoticed by many. For 20 years, he compiled and produced the club handbook, was unfailingly efficient and ensured that others completed their contributions on time. Apart from all this, Mike was making massive contributions to the Hertfordshire Cricket League as Results and Fixtures Co-ordinator as well as other duties. No one deserved the OSCA and ICC awards that he won more than Michael Wood! I remember many times, Mike having a drink in the bar on a Saturday evening, enjoying the post-match banter. But, always, after he had drunk his usual ‘couple of Buds’, he would quietly disappear to go home to do the league results, whilst the rest of us would be carousing in the bar until closing time. Again, I marvelled at his discipline and sense of duty. I suppose the only person, who would have really known how much commitment

and how many sacrifices Mike made, would have been his dear wife. Liz, in her own right, was a stalwart of Leverstock Green. She made endless cricket teas, bought the food for the weekend matches, was a very efficient Membership Secretary and was a member and secretary of the Club’s Ladies’ Darts Team. She fully deserved being made a Vice President in 2004. Our Club’s community shared Mike’s and the family’s grief when Liz tragically and suddenly passed away in 2018. Apart from Liz and their two daughters, Jessica and Rosemary, Mike loves cricket and LGCC and has enjoyed many magic moments. He went on lots of the wonderful club tours to Kent, Cheshire, Somerset, East Anglia et al and he was the first tourist to score a century, on the Worcestershire tour. In 2002, he helped to guide, along with a few other senior players, a very youthful Sunday team to the Herts County Plate Final, played at Shenley. As well as the cricket tours, Mike enjoyed days out to watch the rugby with a host of friends from the club. These were great days and Mike loved the many trips to Twickenham, Cardiff and Paris. In more recent years, he has engaged in the more gentle pursuit of golf, again with club members. And, of course, he has continued to volunteer, as an excellent umpire and scorer for the club after he retired from playing cricket. I know that Mike will say that Leverstock Green Cricket Club has been a major part of his and his family’s life. However, our club has benefitted immeasurably from his loyalty, dedication, expertise and sheer hard work. We are extremely grateful that the teenage Michael Wood came to our Club all those years ago. Brian Coulshed, President, Leverstock Green Cricket Club 13


Redbourn's remarkable season After the pandemic delayed the start of the 2020 season until mid-July, Redbourn’s new 1st XI captain, Ed Hales, could never have dreamt what the following couple of months would have in store. Not only did Ed skipper Redbourn’s 1sts to the division 2A title, he also led his Redbourn team to the Lord’s final of the national Village Cup knockout competition. To top it all, he scored a century on the hallowed turf. Redbourn’s three other Herts League sides didn’t fare too badly either. The 2nd XI finished second by a single point in 5B; the 3rds were fourth in 8B; and the 4ths came a close second in B West. In 2020 the Village Cup competition was squeezed into half a season and Redbourn’s faithful were treated a whirlwind of thrilling

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weekly matches every Sunday for seven weeks culminating in the Lord’s final. The first round of the Cup was held on 26th July. Redbourn were drawn away to defending champions Reed, from the Herts Premier division but they were only permitted to field non-premier division players. Redbourn posted 237-7 from their 40 overs helped by a mature 50 from 16-year-old George Cutler, before restricting Reed to 209 for 8. Next stop was at local rivals Northchurch, where Redbourn won by a crushing 136 runs, after posting a mammoth 296 for 9 in 40 overs, thanks largely to a magnificent 125 from Will Hales and 62 from brother Ed. The following Sunday they were away at Championship side Langleybury for the Regional Final. Another convincing performance knocked


out the higher ranked team by 105 runs, after It was hoped that a limited number of spectators scoring 227 for 8. Then to Essex and Horndon might be allowed into Lord’s to watch the final, on the Hill, where our former skipper Steve but despite a vigorous lobbying campaign, there Richards took 5 for 16, helping to bowl out was no concession. Both clubs were told they Horndon for just 109. A long rain break only could only take a playing squad of 13 plus a delayed the victory, by six wickets, with Ed scorer and a head coach. No players’ families, Hales racking up his third fifty of the competition. MCC members or club supporters were allowed Next up was a trip to former champions Glynde into Lord’s, which was desperately sad. & Beddingham in Sussex. Glynde were bowled For the first time in the competition’s history out for 189 off their 40 overs and after a blistering though the final was live streamed enabling all opening partnership of 133 in 17 overs from the those excluded from Lord’s to watch the match. Hales brothers, Redbourn got bogged down and Despite the completely empty stadium, the whole a clatter of wickets left them on 174 for 7. There Lord’s match day experience was not something were nervous moments on the riverbank, but the any of the fortunate 15 from Redbourn will ever young, calm heads of Josh Arnold and George forget. From arriving at the famous ground and Cutler saw them through by three wickets. the team bus being waved through the Grace Redbourn’s first and Gates, to being led only home match of the past the portraits of competition was the all the past England quarter-final on August captains up to the bank holiday Sunday home dressing room. against Cambridgeshire’s Then the awesome Eaton Socon. Redbourn realisation that posted a sub-par 123, but they were in the somehow managed to dressing room once bowl the visitors out for graced by all those 118. It was an exceptional England legends, bowling and fielding with their greatest display and one of the achievements listed most exciting matches on the honours’ ever witnessed by boards that run the members and the several length of the wall of hundred socially distanced the dressing room. supporters who turned out And just being able to watch. Conor Yorath to sit on the England starred with both bat and balcony and soak it ball, scoring an invaluable all up, surpassed all 35 in a low total before expectations. taking 5 for 17 off 8 overs. What followed was Exceptional bowling! a terrific game of On to North Perrott in cricket that ebbed Somerset for the semiand flowed. The final where the hosts were A great year for Redbourn captain, Ed Hales, who even standout innings had his name on the Lord's honours board - temporarily! restricted to 160-9 off 40 came from Colwall’s by some tight spin bowling in the middle overs, wicketkeeper batsman, Ben Wheeler, who with Dan Roe picking up 4 for 40. On a flat smashed 72* off 33 deliveries elevating their track Redbourn chased down the total in the total to 229 for 6. Conor Yorath with 2 for 23 22nd over for an eight-wicket victory, The Hales and Dan Darvell with 3 for 31 bowled really well. brothers both hit 70s. Cue euphoric scenes as Redbourn’s reply got off to the best possible it dawned on the players that they were going start as Ed Hales dispatched the first ball of to Lord’s! the innings into the grandstand for a huge six. 15


Ed held Redbourn’s reply together with an imperious and seemingly nerveless 119 from 83 balls, but when he departed LBW with the score on 160 the tempo of the innings dropped, and runs were suddenly hard to come by. A period of six overs where only 15 runs were scored swung the pendulum back in Colwall’s favour. Despite Redbourn’s best efforts, 11 off the final over was just a few too many, with Colwall winning by six runs and breaking Redbourn hearts. The club’s achievements were recognised by The Lord-Lieutenant of Hertfordshire, Robert Voss, who presented a commemorative signed cricket bats to outgoing club Chairman, Antony Mauder and to club captain Ed Hales. They were joined at the club event by the High Sheriff of Hertfordshire, Henry Holland-Hibbert and Redbourn resident & MCC Chairman Gerald Corbett. Four of the Redbourn players were selected for the ‘National Village Cup Team of the Year’. They included leg spinner Conor Yorath, the competition’s leading wicket taker with 18 at an average of 7.9 and left armer Dan Darvell who took 13 wickets. Our two batting representatives were Ed Hales, who scored the second highest number of runs in the cup, with 506 at an average of 63, while brother Will came third in the batting list, with 344 runs at 49. There may have been some disappointment over the final result at Lord’s but the team was still able to finish the season with some silverware, after securing the Herts Conor Yorath League division 2A title. It didn’t start well, going down to Bushey in the very first game, when they were missing over half of the usual team. That turned out to be the only defeat. Trouble was, as the season developed, Abbots and Chorleywood were enjoying similar success. It all hinged on the final game of the season, which Redbourn started as divisional leaders, with a 3 points cushion. A win would seal the 16

title – but their opponents were Chorleywood. Batting first, they lost talisman skipper Ed Hales early-on but the middle order dug in to reach a respectable but below par total of 205. In the field, Redbourn’s collective spirit shone through, especially the spin trio of Conor Yorath, Dan Darvell & Josh Arnold, who turned the screw, taking 4 for 89 off their combined 26 overs. That paved the way for veteran Dan Roe, who picked up four late wickets to bowl out Chorleywood for 169, handing Redbourn 1st XI their third consecutive title. Truly a remarkable season. Antony Mauder Redbourn CC Chairman 2016-2020 _____________________

Redbourn Runners

With the country gripped in its first Covid lockdown, it was an uncertain time for many cricket clubs across the country. In a moment of madness resulting from lockdown blues, two Redbourn players, Adam Pritchard & Dan Lennox, thought it would be a good idea to run a “no training marathon” to raise funds for the club. The duo could be best described as casual runners, but once their 1.1-mile course had been mapped out around Redbourn Common, there was no going back. A week later, on Saturday 23rd May, the duo set off with a socially distanced crowd cheering them on. It was clear that both would find this extremely challenging, but grit and determination saw them through, with Adam finishing in a very credible 4 hours 15 mins, and Dan coming in an hour later. An exceptional effort from both which saw them raise £3,000 for the club.


Taking the positives from a desperate year

Since early last year, the Coronavirus pandemic has taken a heavy toll on our communities. We have lost friends and family. Against this backdrop, cricket, last season and this, pales into insignificance. Yet cricket is, and shall always be, a release from everyday life. Cricket inspired many people to show resilience, doing whatever was necessary to overcome a terrible situation. The very fact we played cricket was a positive. The health benefits, mental and physical, are obvious. Here and on the previous page, five clubs, Berkhamsted, Redbourn, North Enfield, Great Gaddesden and Hoddesdon describe how they built on this positive approach.

North Enfield engages community

Berkhamsted's season of surprises

North Enfield used the lockdown period and early summer to focus on cutting or deferring expenses and developing funding opportunities, alongside a thorough review of outgoings and making efficiencies. But their initiatives went much further and resulted in some really positive outcomes. These included: - Better engagement with the local community, including many who didn't even know the club existed. - Building a collective spirit by share knowledge, ideas and advice with other local clubs for mutual benefit. - Clearing a backlog of work on the ground new fencing & benches; sightscreen, patio and seating renovated; trees pruned and flower beds replanted, All done by members and with materials donated or supplied at cost by local businesses. - And when cricket re-started, availability was up, with extra friendlies, junior and T20 matches arranged.

At Berkhamsted, after a locked-down Spring and as we moved into early May, we received the go ahead to commence 1-2-1 training outside and the mood began to change. Suddenly we were deluged with requests to pay subs and attend coaching. In response our coaches commenced a whole month of individual training sessions for junior and senior members – basically 9-5pm Monday to Saturday with Sunday off for good behaviour. In June, the restrictions were relaxed

Chairman David Malleson commented: “We had a committee and membership who were prepared to help do just about anything. Long may that continue.”

Joy on the faces of the children

again and we were allowed to coach in groups of 6. With a junior membership of around 350 boys and girls, this was a logistical challenge but a new online booking system was soon running like clockwork. It was hugely rewarding to see the joy on the faces of the children and we received countless compliments from parents for making it happen and allowing kids to meet with their friends and have fun. On July 11th we finally played our first friendly matches. Of course, it wasn’t the same, but we were outside playing the game we love. On the following Tuesday our selection committee met after training to pick the teams for the first league games. Hello, what’s this – 44 places up for grabs and 67 people available – er – how many 17


Sunday games have we got booked?? To our embattled captains this was certainly a fresh challenge. That availability continued to be excellent right into late September. And with no school cricket, some of our more promising juniors were gaining great experience in our higher teams. What’s more, people wanted to play on Saturday AND Sunday – something we thought had gone completely out of fashion! In parallel we started to organise junior fixtures against other clubs. Matches took place every afternoon and evening for the next 8 weeks and many of the junior teams played more games than in a normal season! Our Women & Girls section increased in numbers again, to well over 100 and had some excellent matches against other clubs. We also a trialled a new initiative – the Sunday Development league. The format worked well and provided a great opportunity for 13-15 year old boys to get their first taste of senior cricket. 30-35 over games felt like the right duration for a Sunday afternoon. In a recent edition of The Cricketer, Tanya Aldred wrote a superb article about the importance of cricket clubs – referring to them as “the green lungs” of the community. In 2020 we saw this in full flow with increased spectators at both junior and senior matches. We also saw many more parents and grandparents supporting their kids

in senior matches. And it wasn’t just spectators – some people gave up their time to help maintain the grounds and clubhouse. One lady, who ran a cleaning company, donated a big box of hand sanitiser which we used at every game and training session. The final law of unintended consequences happened in August when our summer junior camps sold out in hours – 60 kids a day for three solid weeks in beautiful weather. Attendance was massively up, as the local schools were not running their usual competing summer camps. Recently Sport England set out some fresh strategy objectives – they said that sports clubs had a vital role to play in offering solutions to the 5 'Big issues': recover and reinvent; connecting communities; positive experiences for children and young people; active environments; connecting with health and wellbeing. From what we saw in 2020 cricket can do all this and more and we hope the same optimism can be carried forward into 2021 once this terrible virus has been wrestled to the ground. Mark Lewarne Berkhamsted Cricket Club

This is an abbreviated version of a longer article by Mark about Berkhamsted's 2020 season and club life during that difficult period. For the full story go to: www.hertsleague.co.uk/documents/handbook/ berkhamsted2020seasonreview.pdf

Raising the roof at Great Gaddesden

At Great Gaddesden, the pavilion’s heavy-slated roof was old, leaking in several places, and in danger of failing completely at one end. This had to be addressed to keep the pavilion safe and dry and enable the club to continue. Funds had been raised and the lack of cricket in the early summer meant the work could be brought forward, ready for the resumption. A new roof was put in place, made with lighter, weathertight materials and among other improvements the club installed new internal ceilings and cladding, while also replacing lighting and plumbing. For a small club it was a major project and completion was duly marked with a socially distanced opening ceremony, carried out by Councillor Terry Douris, Herts County Councillor and Mayor of Dacorum Borough Council. 18


Hoddesdon's Fund Raisers

Lockdown at Hoddesdon turned in to an opportunity to raise money for charity. Members and friends ran two ‘virtual’ marathons and raised over £5,000. An initial idea to get our members active, quickly grew into an opportunity to also raise money for a good cause. The club chose Forever Ahead Community, a mental health charity who support people within East Herts and West Essex. The club will also use a share of the donations to cover coaching for juniors whose families have suffered, financially, during the pandemic. First, we challenged members to run or walk the distance from Hoddesdon CC to the Emirates Riverside in Durham, via the other eight Test match grounds. That’s a cumulative distance of 1,112 miles. The target to complete this during the month of January was smashed, in 8 days! The initial team of 15 quickly grew to more than 50 runners - with junior and senior players, parents and social members all playing their part. With the numbers growing daily and lockdown firmly set in, we decided we should now run from Lowfield to Ahmedabad, with the arrival to coincide with the start of the 4th Test match. A mere 4249.4 miles! As with the first challenge, the numbers grew quickly, with over 100 people in our Strava and WhatsApp groups. It was great to see the activity flood in. Couples on 20-mile bike rides, ‘Slip fielders’ running 10ks, injured players slowly recovering, our elderly members walking that extra mile and families heading out together. Even one of our members living in Dubai took part. The photos below give a flavour of the effort. The feelgood nature of the challenge was contagious, every run or walk spurred people on to take a chunk off the total. Yet again the miles target was smashed - by day 1 of the First Test, a whole month earlier than we expected. Similarly with the fundraising target, which was set at £1000, so to have raised over £5k was incredible. We know the money will go on to help many in such an uncertain and difficult time. The icing on the cake was being featured on Barmy Army TV! A small idea to get the guys active had grown into a beast but something we were all immensely proud to be a part of. It’s the Ashes down under this winter. Get training guys, it’s a long way! Ashley Leat

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Barrie Mitchell 23/12/1941 – 11/2/2021

It is with great sadness that I write this obituary for the life of Barrie Mitchell. Barrie and I first met in the early 1960s, as two keen young lads wanting to play cricket for Cheshunt CC, which we did for the next 55 years. Barrie was an integral part of the club, scoring well in excess of 6000 league runs for the club, (if only PlayCricket records were available for his prime years!!) and captained the second XI for many years. He was a calm leader of what at times was a very excitable team. During that time, Barrie was also goalkeeper for Cheshunt FC, having found a love of football at St. George's Boys Club, in Enfield. At that time Cheshunt were members of the Spartan League and playing in a fairly high level of amateur football. As an Arsenal supporter, he understandably fell out of love with football and instead became a member of Cheshunt Rugby Club!! Cricket, however, was his first love and in the year 2000 he joined up with Herts Seniors Cricket. While there he represented the County at 50s, 60s, and 70s levels, his highest score being 106no for the 70s 1st team against Surrey, in 2012. During his time with Herts Seniors Cricket, he played 166 matches scoring nearly 3,500 runs. The pinnacle of Barrie’s playing career came in 2016, when he was capped for England over 70s in the Ashes against Australia. He subsequently showed off his England cap with great pride. Barrie spent his retirement years clocking up many miles round the boundary edge watching the current crop of players, many of whom he had mentored and inspired over the years. A true role model on and off the field Barrie will be missed greatly by all he played with and against. As a long-term friend, I have only good things to remember about Barrie. He was always calm and thought of others before himself. He was one of the good guys. R.I.P. Barrie. Colin Garside (I am also indebted to Philip England, Co-Chairman Cheshunt Rosedale CC, and Simon England, for their contributions to this obituary) 20


Hertfordshire Cricket - leading, influencing and inspiring As Hertfordshire Cricket Limited (HCL) our collective vision is to lead and influence the development of the game, while inspiring everyone to take part and grow cricket, in an accessible and inclusive way. Affiliated to the ECB, HCL’s goal is to support the sustainable future of cricket by increasing the opportunities and enhancing the experience of everyone involved in the game across Hertfordshire. The HCL remit covers all areas of the game including working closely with our 122 affiliated clubs, supporting open-age and junior leagues and delivering a robust county age group programme for both girls and boys. We support all volunteers across the network whilst serious efforts are going into implementing the new 'Safe Hands' management system to improve safeguarding across the county. HCL will also be supporting the ECB’s national programmes for All Stars and Dynamos, completing the large Chance to Shine Schools Delivery of over 2000 hours, and continued work with the Lord’s Taverners on enhancing Disability Cricket. We are continuing to work very closely with the other East Region County Boards to deliver the best possible support to the recreational game using ‘ECB Inspiring Generations” to drive our work. Finally, on behalf of Hertfordshire Cricket, I would like to wish all players, clubs, officials, grounds staff, administrators, volunteers and the members of the Saracens Herts Premier Cricket League all the best for the 2021 season and also to thank you for all that you do for the game. Our officer covering SHPCL clubs is: Dominic Chatfield Club and Community Manager Mobile: 07530878930 Email: dominic.chatfield@hertscricket.org All information about Hertfordshire Cricket activities can be found on our website www. hertscricket.org as can the contact details for the whole HCL team providing support across the cricket network.

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In the review of the season (page 97) Sawbridgeworth’s scorer, Richard White, is featured a couple of times, principally because of his remarkable 600 consecutive league games in the scorebox. Here Richard looks back on his 2nd 'career'.

A View From The Box

Back in November last year I responded to what we call in the trade a “journo” request on Twitter to a chap called Graeme Mason who was wanting to talk to experienced cricket scorers. So I got in touch with my details and Graeme got back to me and said: “I think we’ve met before”. It transpired he scored for Loughton CC as a teenager in the late 1980s when Sawbridgeworth played them on a Sunday. He explained he was doing a feature for Wisden Cricket Monthly, and I spoke to him for an hour and a small part of our interview was included his piece that was published in their March issue. The following below was highlights of our conversation that didn’t make the cut….. Early days My first major influence on cricket was my late father, John, was a proud Yorkshireman who had a lifelong passion for the game. He was a classical musician by profession and we shared a big interest in sport, especially cricket and football. The first Test series I remember was England’s 3-0 Ashes success over Australia in 1977 and the following year I started scoring games off the television. In those days, BBC2 showed matches from the John Player League on Sunday afternoons, and the first one I did was Kent’s five wicket win over Lancashire. In September 1981, I went to Waterside School near Bishop’s Stortford where I scored for the first XI for two years. Having left in July 1983, I got a life-changing phone call the following February from my (ex) masterin-charge of cricket, Tim Burleigh. He told me he had been made captain of Sawbridgeworth and would I like to come and score for him? I did have to think about it but as Tim had been so supportive towards me I accepted the invitation. You turn up at a club not knowing anybody and we ended the season as league champions which was an incredible achievement for a small club like ours. 22

We were one of the first clubs to have overseas players and we had two Australians in the shape of all-rounder Brian McMahon and fast bowler David Pilkington, who was the league’s top wicket-taker (46) and claimed 100 wickets in all cricket that season. Collins 10 wicket haul I used the basic form of scoring that season but the following year I moved on to the Bill Frindall method which I still use to this day. One of my early games using that system came in May 1985 where I saw the great bowling performance of my life. I scored for the Herts League XI in their CCC inter-league competition match at Osterley against the Morrant Middlesex League, who were all out for 27. Although it was a 45 over competition, bowlers were allowed a maximum of 10 overs and with three balls left of his spell, Brian Collins, of St Albans, took “all 10” finishing with figures of 10-13. Absolutely extraordinary – especially after Phil Driver (Welwyn GC) scored 104* earlier in the day. Double runners-up We had two more Australians in 1986, when we finished runners-up in both the league and the inaugural Furnell Transport Cup. Brian McMahon’s brother, off-spinning all-rounder


Michael, came along with left-handed batsman Rick Allen, who scored 2,595 runs that season including 13 centuries. His top score was 184* against Winchmore Hill, whose opening bowler that day was Graham Rose, who ended up having a very decent first-class career with Middlesex and Somerset. In the early days I used to just turn up and score. I wasn’t involved in any other aspect of the club. In 1990 I became fixture secretary for Sawbridgeworth and it’s a job I still do to this day. Career Highlight My greatest day in cricket had no connection with Sawbridgeworth at all. It was on Wednesday 22 May 2002 when I was appointed by Test Match Special to score their BBC Radio 4 long wave coverage of the quarter-final match in the old Benson and Hedges Cup between Essex and Yorkshire at Chelmsford. Bill Frindall put my name forward and to me it was the equivalent of being called up to play for England!! I sat alongside Christopher Martin-Jenkins, Mark Saggers, Angus Fraser and Graham Gooch and it was the most surreal and wonderful experience in equal measure. Nasser Hussain scored a brilliant 136 not out, then his highest score in one day (List A) cricket as he led Essex to a seven wicket win, as they cruised Yorkshire’s total of 237-9 with five overs to spare. See Nasser’s run chart here. I must have done OK because I did a second game later in the season, featuring the same two sides and the same venue. This time it was the C&G Trophy with a completely different commentary team in Jonathan Agnew, Jonny Saunders, Paul Prichard and David Byas. Essex scored 283-9 from

their 50 overs and Yorkshire recovered from 155-5 to reach 280-5 going into the final over. I vividly remember Saunders asking “who would be a scorer at a time like this?”. Under the rules at the time, three runs were enough for the Tykes to win on fewer wickets lost – and that’s what they did. Doing the job I think you need to be a certain type of person to be a scorer. I’ve always loved statistics, whether it be football league tables, pop charts, elections etc. I don’t use a computer for scoring at all. I remember reading Bill Frindall’s autobiography, and his view was the same – he used computers for stats but doing the scoresheet gave him the real satisfaction. I agree entirely, I describe it like being an artist I’ve got this blank canvas and I’ve no idea how it’s going to look like until the end. With the pandemic I was concerned we wouldn’t get any cricket in 2020, but thankfully we got half a season in and our final game with St Margaretsbury I achieved my 600th league game in a row. It’s not something you set out to do and I may not have achieved, had my life circumstances worked out differently. I’ve been very privileged to watch many talented cricketers and meet lots of very interesting people along the way. However, I do worry where the next generation of scorers are coming from. On my league debut at Welwyn Garden City in 1984, I was 14 and my colleague Andrew Edwards was 16. You certainly don’t get people of that age scoring now, and I do wonder where we will be in 20 years time. There are a few younger ones but I don’t see so many coming through. For now I’m grateful we’ve still got a game to play….. 23


Reflections Two old timers (active old timers), Eric Riddle and Jerry Dovey, are among the very few now who have been playing in the Herts League since it started in 1974. Here they reflect the changes they have seen over that time. Eric Riddle has been a one-club man, with Hertford, since 1974, the year that 16 clubs broke away from the Herts Competition to form the ’elite’ Herts League. Since that time he has played 260 games at 1st XI level, 110 for the 2nd XI, 10 for the 3rd XI and 186 for the 4ths and 5ths. This is his story. I first played league cricket in the old Competition in 1969. I was still at school and my PE teacher encouraged me to join Hertford, where I returned in 1974, after three seasons at Hoddesdon. I don’t think many people knew the rules of the Herts Competition, or were even sure what games were league games. I think if you played another team who was in the Competition it constituted a league match. All I know is that farcically Tring won the Competition one year having only played 5 games! To standardise the league and make it more competitive, Tony Puncher, of Sawbridgeworth, became one of the prime movers in establishing a league of 16 clubs, with most town sides in the County being represented. Games started at 2.00pm with 20 overs from 6.30, and a 20 minute tea between innings. There were no restrictions on overs and teams batting first batted until they were all out or declared. 10 points for a win, no points if you lost. In the case of a draw 4 points for the team with the higher scoring rate, and 2 points for their opponents. The match rules were later changed to stop teams batting until well after 5pm, with the number of overs in the first innings restricted to 55. Roy Wacey and Tim Smith would regularly rattle through 55 overs for Stortford In 2 hours 25 minutes! A big advantage if you were batting 2nd. The points system also changed after a few years including bonus points up to 200 runs. It was, however, very rare for a side to score 200 runs, and 180 was considered a big total. This was because wickets were uncovered, there was no restriction on bowlers’ overs. When you got down to number 8 you had genuine tail enders who were mostly unable to play out for a draw and liked to hit out. There were no neutral umpires, and with it a number of dubious Hertford 1st XI 1977 decisions discussed after the game over a few STANDING Malcolm Chapman, Roger Kent, Eric Riddle, beers. David Ottley, Michael Watson, Mick Eldred, Umpire Fred It is hard to compare eras, but what I will say is that the fielding today is far better than when I played, and the lower order batsmen are much better. Fielding has undoubtedly improved with better coaching and more time invested in developing young players, with fielding now a major skill to learn. Apart from the old slip cradle, I can never remember practising any fielding at Hertford and we certainly did not warm up before the game. 24

Hulls. SEATED Stuart Cradock, Harry Galbraith, John Cundle, Laurie Clough, Laurie Wright. The team included 8 Minor Counties players; 9 players who scored hundreds for the Club; and 8 players who took 5 or more wickets in a match. Arguably it was Hertford’s best ever league team and was truly local, with 5 Hertford Grammar School former pupils, 1 from Haileybury, 1 from Welwyn Garden City, 1 from Cheshunt Grammar School plus his former PE teacher, and 2 teachers from Broxbourne School. 6 lived in Hertford with the other 5 living within a 5 mile radius.


It was very difficult for a youngster to break into the first team. Cricket-playing schools played every Saturday, so boys were not available until late July. Also, captains were very loyal to existing players, in my opinion, and it took an exceptional talent to oust an established player. Wickets are easier to bat on now, as most in the top divisions are covered. When I watch these days batsmen seem completely lost if the ball is seaming, stopping, taking a divot out etc, and genuinely blame the state of the wicket for lack of runs. That was part and parcel of being a good batsman years ago. You adapted to the conditions, rolled your sleeves up and got on with it. Fewer runs were scored in that era because teams genuinely tried to bowl other teams out, and there were not easy runs to pick up, with 4 or 5 players guarding the boundaries. Also, your two best bowlers could bowl throughout an innings, if needed, and there were a number of medium paced and spin bowlers who bowled 20 plus overs every game. Most games were played in a comparatively good spirit. After the game teams socialised well into the evening, jugs of beer were taken around, and you got to know the opposition really well. I have a number of ex-opponents who I consider to be close friends. I really enjoy playing Senior Herts cricket now, with friends I have played against for years. Modern players miss out so much by generally going straight home after games and not socialising with the opposition. Having said all that I believe cricket in the Saracens Herts League is in a healthy position. The overall standard has improved, there are more participants than in the early days, and long may it continue, allowing young and old to enjoy this great game. Jerry Dovey is now one of the leading experts on cricket ground maintenance in the county and is Pitch Advisor for Hertfordshire. His formative cricket years were spent at Barnet, joining Letchworth in 1984 after moving, to live in Baldock. Here are his reminiscences. I remember the Herts Competition as more a kind of merit How the handbook has changed since the start table, rather than a league. I think Old Albanians won it one year, yet none of the town sides played them! So 16 teams, including Barnet, ‘broke away’ to form the Herts League. I remember it being very hard and very fair. There were a few ‘home’ umpires but we all knew who they were so it didn't really seem to matter. Matches finished at 7.30pm and you had to bowl minimum 20 overs in the last hour, yet it was not uncommon to bowl 23 or 24 if you were hunting a win. After the match, jugs of ale were bought for the opposition, and any individual who took 5 wickets or scored a 50 or more was expected to dig deep and buy a jug, so that all could celebrate their success. An unwritten rule was you were not permitted to leave an oppositions clubhouse until 9pm. In most cases that was never in danger of being violated! A defendable total would have been around 150, with 170 being par, 180 good and 200 too many and rarely chased down. Pitches were not covered, and in general, nowhere near as flat and dry as they are today. Another major difference was the fielding, Diving was sometimes seen from the better colts but usually players were scared of their wives or mothers complaining about the grass stains on their whites! A trusty size 12 boot was the favoured way of stopping the ball, especially among the opening bowlers. I still play club and Seniors cricket, so can see how the club and the league have changed considerably. Letchworth now play at Whitethorn Lane the home of what was ICL computers, and the scenic old ground at Muddy Lane is now a tennis centre. The league is now mostly limited overs, although timed games are thankfully still played in the premier division. It would be a shame to lose that aspect of the game (probably an age thing). With better pitches and greater demands on people’s time, the League has adapted extremely well and still provides a good framework for all ages and abilities. 25


Hertfordshire Grounds Association 2020

The Hertfordshire Grounds Association supports all cricket facility providers in Herts where necessary, with a broad range of member benefits. During 2020, the Association has continued giving expert advice and guidance from professional groundsmen across all matters pertaining to the preparation, management and maintenance of cricket grounds. Covid 19 made the 2020 season a particularly uncertain one for groundmen, in particular, how much work could be undertaken during the first lockdown, when to start preparing pitches, how much of the square should be used when only half a season of cricket was being played and how much renovation should take place at the end of a season on partly unused squares. Advice from governing bodies on renovation was often contradictory, ranging from light scarification to full renovation. The Grounds Association was unable to organise or attend any events during 2020 due to the pandemic. At the start of lockdown we advised clubs how to look after their grounds during the summer if there was no cricket played. Since then we have been advising clubs what their options are with regard to end of season renovations. In particular, what is possible where there has been no or limited income. HCCA has kindly lent us some money to purchase a new scarifier, which will be rented out to clubs for pitch maintenance and end of season renovations. The rental income will enable us to repay the loan.

The Association has a variety of equipment which can be hired per day by clubs: Hire of Sisis Graden with or without blower £175. The Sisis can be fitted with a verticutter reel outside of renovation time, so it can be hired during the season £100. Groundsman aerator £75. For emergency use when a club’s equipment breaks down the Association can provide a Paladin pitch mower £25, a Ransomes Highway outfield cutter £175 and a Scotts spreader. At the end of the 2020 season there was demand for the equipment from Clubs of all sizes, ranging from small village clubs to Championship clubs. Throughout the pandemic the pitch advisors have continued their work, often remotely and where possible on site and the GMA have also been running online courses at very competitive prices. There were no pitch marks awarded in league games during the 2020 season, so the Association is not presenting the groundmans award this year. The Association’s Committee consists of: Chris Wood (President) -ECB Pitch Adviser. Richard Robertson (Chairman) Peter Wholley (Secretary) Jerry Dovey (Pitch Adviser) Phil Jeggo (East Midlands Region pitch advisor) Ian Smith (St Albans School) Rob Kendle (ATBone) Dominic Chatfield (Hertfordshire Cricket, Club & Community Manager) Geoff Swinden (Pitch Advisor). Bob Browning (Beds) Malcolm Wynn (Beds)

Richard Robertson HCGA Chairman Tel: 07557 539076 E-mail: cilla@richardandcilla.co.uk

The Association has not been involved in Watford Council's project to upgrade the whole of Watford Town's ground but looks forward to seeing the outcome, this season. The square was levelled in early September and had its first cut a month later. The outfield was also greening up nicely within six weeks, after new drainage was laid and re-seeding. 26


1. Title

Constitution

The name of the League shall be the “Hertfordshire Premier Cricket League” (hereinafter referred to as “the League”) and may also incorporate a sponsor’s name or identity if appropriate. Reference to Premier & Championship divisions shall hereinafter be referred to as Premier divisions.

2. Object

The object of the League shall be to organise and control an annual league and other cricket competitions for founder member clubs and other invited clubs.

3. Membership

New members: a) Any cricket club may, in writing, apply to the Secretary requesting an invitation to membership. Such applications are to be received at least 12 months before the start of the first season in which such club wishes to enter the League, except for existing member clubs wishing to enter additional teams, which must apply by 30th September preceding the year in which the additional team wishes to join. b) New Members by Invitation; SHPCL Executive may at their discretion invite clubs to join the league. In order to be invited to join the League, clubs must normally be able to demonstrate that they have fulfilled three years consecutive competitive cricket, immediately prior to their application, before they can be considered. Clubs must meet the criteria for maintaining membership and will be admitted to membership only at the divisional level which the standard of their facilities allows, subject to the discretion of the Executive Committee whose decision must be accepted. All new member clubs shall pay to the league the designated membership fee within one month of their election to membership. Maintaining membership: To maintain membership of the League, all clubs must: a) Be properly constituted b) Be affiliated to the ECB through their membership of the Hertfordshire County Cricket Association, either as full or associate members, and to the Club Cricket Conference. c) Ensure a duty of care to all players and members by adopting and implementing the ECB 'Safe Hands - Safeguarding of Young People in Cricket' policy and any future versions of that policy. Full requirements published annually in the League Handbook. d) Have grounds and other facilities acceptable to the Executive Committee, including any alternative or occasional ground used for league matches. All clubs must have a well maintained playing area, particularly with regard to the square. No club will be eligible for promotion to a higher division unless the minimum standards for that division are attained, or unless otherwise agreed by the Executive Committee. The minimum requirements for facilities will be: Divisions 10a and below: Changing rooms, showers (in full working order) and toilets must be available close to the playing area, together with a suitable room where food can be consumed under hygienic conditions. In the absence of a scorebox, a scoreboard is required, visible from the pitch. Boundaries shall be clearly marked by a white line, rope or flags. A well-stocked first aid kit shall be available. A clock must be provided, visible from the pitch. An artificial pitch may be used only in Divisions 10a and below. Divisions 7a-9b: As above except that changing rooms etc. must be adjacent to the playing area. In addition, boundaries must be marked by a white line or rope, with flags added where possible. In Divisions 7a-9b inclusive dispensation from the minimum standards for facilities may be granted by the Executive Committee for 3rd XIs and lower. Divisions 5a-6b: As above, plus: sight screens positioned at each end of the ground. Boundaries must be marked by a white line or rope, plus flags to aid visibility. In addition, there must be a fully functioning scorebox or scoreboard and a telephone must be available in the main pavilion. Division 4b and above: As above plus bar facilities within the pavilion. Changing rooms must be an adequate size for each team and all players’ kit. Premier divisions; All clubs must meet ECB Premier League Assessment Criteria and any other ECB specified requirement, prior to any season’s commencement. This includes a separate, adequate Umpires Changing room. Voluntary termination of membership: Any club wishing to withdraw from the League must give written notice to the Hon. Secretary by 1st November prior to the last season in which it participates in the League.

4. Management

The management of the League shall be vested in an Executive Committee consisting of the Officers and up to eight other members, each of whom shall have one vote excepting the Chairman who shall exercise only a casting vote in the event of a tied vote among the other members. The Officers and committee members shall be elected at the annual general meeting and shall operate sub-committees. At least two members of the Executive Committee shall be from clubs playing in the top two divisions in the year following the AGM. No club shall have more than two of its members elected to the Executive Committee. 27


5. Officers

a) The Officers of the League shall be: the President, Chairman, Hon. Secretary, Hon. Treasurer, Results Secretary, and Fixtures Secretary. b) The Committee shall appoint members to following roles; Registration Officer, Umpire and Scorer Coordinator, Sponsorship Coordinator, Facilities Coordinator, League Safeguarding officer, Disciplinary Coordinator and Premier Divisions Representative c) Officers and committee members standing for re-election shall be included on the agenda for the AGM. d) Nominations for New Officer or Committee Member, must be received by the Hon. Secretary, from Member clubs (together with their seconders), at least 28 days before the AGM.

6. Appointment of Reporting Accountants

Reporting Accountants, to verify the financial accounts, shall be appointed at the Annual General Meeting.

7. Functions of the Executive Committee

a) The committee shall meet at least four times per annum. Additional meetings may be called at any time by the Hon Secretary at the request of at least three members of the committee acting together. At least seven days notice must be given for any meeting. b) A quorum shall be a majority of the members of the committee. c) The committee shall be responsible for the efficient running of the League, shall control finances, and shall have the power to: i. Establish minimum standards for playing conditions and facilities in participating clubs additional to rule 3(d) above, and ensure that all clubs continue to meet those standards. ii. Consider applications for membership and invite clubs to join a division of the League deemed appropriate to the known standards of the invited club. iii. Co-opt on to the Committee additional or replacement members, as appropriate. iv. Appoint sub-committees considered necessary from time to time, delegate to each sub-committee appropriate powers, and appoint an officer or one of its members to chair the sub-committee. v. Determine the level of any fines and additional levies required in any year. vi. Take any action deemed appropriate where a fixture is not fulfilled or not in accordance with league rules. vii. Arbitrate in any disputes. d) The committee may discipline clubs and players in any way it deems appropriate for breaches of the constitution, or match rules, or for failure in any way to conform to the required standards of the League. Disciplinary action against a club may include deduction of points, a reprimand, fine, relegation, suspension, or termination of membership at any time. Action against a player may include a reprimand, suspension, or permanent ban from participation in the League. The decision of the Executive Committee is final (subject to appeal, see 12).

8. General Meeting

a) The Annual General Meeting shall be held in February each year. The Hon. Secretary’s report and the statement of accounts, duly audited, shall be presented at this meeting. b) An Extraordinary General Meeting may be convened by the Hon. Secretary at any time, at the request of the Executive Committee, or on receipt of a written request signed by not less than 25% of member clubs. Such meeting to be convened within 28 days. c) The Secretary will give a minimum of 14 days notice, in writing, of any General Meeting, to include an agenda. d) A quorum at a General Meeting shall be a majority of the member clubs. e) Each club shall be entitled to one vote at a General Meeting but the Executive Committee shall announce the number of club representatives who may attend any General Meeting. Officers of the League not representing their clubs shall not be entitled to a vote at a General Meeting. f) Any club which fails to send a representative to a General Meeting shall be fined a sum equivalent to the current membership fee set out in clause 10. a) of the Constitution, regardless of whether that fee is currently suspended. g) A captains’ meeting shall be held during the month of April before the start of any season at which cricket balls, handbooks and other equipment will be distributed. Every club sending a captain or other suitable representative to such meeting will receive a 5-point addition to its league points total at the start of that season for each of its teams.

9. Financial Year

The financial year shall end on 31 October each year.

10. Financial Requirements

a) The level of annual subscription shall be determined by the Annual General Meeting. Subscriptions for 2020: Clubs with one team in the League- £40; two teams - £80; three or more teams - £100. The annual subscription may be suspended at the discretion of the executive committee, during the period of any sponsorship agreement, when financially feasible. b) The annual subscription shall be due on 31 March in each year and must be paid a maximum of 30 days after the invoice date. Failure to do so will result in a penalty becoming payable in addition to the subscription; such penalty 28


to be at a rate of 30% for each month or part thereof that the subscription is overdue and will be levied on a monthly compound basis. If the subscription and the penalty additions are not paid within two months the offending club may not be eligible for membership in the following season. c) A non-recurring membership fee shall be payable by all clubs on joining the League, as follows: Clubs with two or more teams - £100; Clubs with one team - £50. The fee to be paid before the AGM in the year that club participates in the League for the first time. d) Each member club shall contribute £25 towards the cost of the annual handbook. This sum shall be abated at the rate of £25 per quarter page fully-paid advertisement obtained by the club for the handbook. This payment is due at the same time as the annual subscription and will attract a penalty on the same basis as set out in clause 10(b) above.

11. League Rules

a) Membership of the League signifies awareness and acceptance of the constitution and match rules which shall be published annually in a handbook to be distributed to all member clubs. b) Any club may propose a change to the constitution or match rules, for consideration at a General Meeting. Such proposals must be submitted to the Secretary in writing, together with the names of three other member clubs which have agreed to support the proposal. Proposals must be submitted at least twelve weeks before the date of the annual general meeting for consideration by the Executive Committee which will circulate all proposals to member clubs. Clubs may propose amendments to those proposals, which must be submitted to the Secretary at least six weeks before the date of the annual general meeting. Such amendments, if considered reasonable by the Executive Committee, must be included on the agenda for that meeting, along with any proposals for changes to the constitution and match rules. c) All resolutions before a General Meeting, to amend the constitution or match rules (except for sub-clause e) below), shall be decided by a simple majority of member clubs present and voting. Clubs abstaining from voting shall not be counted when calculating a majority for passing resolutions. d) Changes to match rules will be considered by a General Meeting and implemented for an experimental period not exceeding one season. Thereafter, any proposal to adopt the change on a permanent basis must be included on the agenda for the AGM in that year, and voted on by all member clubs present. e) Changes to match rules, player eligibility and divisional structure which directly affect the Premier divisions, shall require the approval of the majority of clubs in those divisions, at the time of voting. f) All matters not covered by the constitution or match rules shall be dealt with by the Executive Committee whose decision, in all cases, shall be final.

12. Disciplinary Regulations

All clubs, players, officials, spectators & club members are subject to the Leagues Disciplinary Regulations as outlined yearly in the League handbook and on the League website

13. Player Eligibility

a) After June 30th in any season, no player shall move to a club and represent that club, having already played in that season in the Saracens Herts League for another member club. No player who is a new club member may be registered after July 31st. No player may be registered to play for more than one league club at any one time (except in the Regional Divisions where an application is made to the registration officer for temporary registration of a player with another club(and in this respect such temporary registration shall be for only one other club) for the remainder of the season in question where the registration officers decision shall be final. At the end of the season in question such temporarily registered players shall be deleted from the list of registered players on that clubs list. Players in Premier divisions may only be registered to play for one ECB designated premier league club. b) No player shall receive any payment or payment in kind whether from the club or anyone associated with the club for playing for the club in Division one or below. The penalty for breaking this rule shall be automatic relegation by up to 3 divisions, disciplinary proceedings and may include expulsion from the League. c) After July 31st: i. No player who has normally appeared for a particular XI shall play for a lower XI ii. No new member who has not previously been registered for a club in that season, shall appear in a league match for that club in the remainder of that season. Special application may be made to the League to register a player to play who has moved to live in the Hertfordshire Premier League area having not previously lived within a reasonable distance from a Hertfordshire Premier League club. iii. In the event of any allegation against a player under this rule, the club concerned will be required to justify its selections for the match concerned. d) All players must be bona-fide playing members of their clubs. Clubs are responsible for maintaining a record of all their members and for verifying that all players registered to play in the League are aware of and conform to child Safeguarding guidelines and requirements. To play in League matches Division 1 and below, all players, including any substitutes, must be registered only once under one of more of the following categories, with restrictions applying as shown, subject to any special exemptions granted in advance by the Executive Committee: 29


Category 1 i a British or Irish citizen born in England and Wales and is deemed “ordinarily resident”* or II a player who has been resident in England and Wales for the immediately preceding three consecutive years and is deemed ‘Ordinarily Resident’* *A player will only be treated as having been ordinarily resident within England and Wales for the relevant consecutive period if he or she has spent a minimum of 210 days in each year within England and Wales (for which purpose a ‘year’ shall mean a year ending 31st March) Confirmation: A player who holds a British passport and lives outside the UK must also meet the ”Ordinarily Resident” criteria. 'Deemed’ status A player who was resident in England and Wales and would benefit from Category 1 status but for having relocated outside England and Wales for temporary work purposes (unrelated to cricket and for a period of no more than 24 months), may apply to their league or the ECB for ‘deemed’ Category 1 status immediately on his return to England and Wales. Approval is at the discretion of their league or the ECB and is not automatic’. - No restriction on number of Category 1 players per team. Category 2 Contracted Player to a first class county. A player (capped or uncapped) qualified to play for England under the current ECB regulations and, currently, under contract to a First-Class County Club. For the purposes of clarification, a contracted player is one who has a current full playing contract, a summer contract or a development (scholarship) contract but not an Academy contract (16-19 years). Should a Category 3 player be under contract to a first class county he/she will be treated as a 3 player for registration purposes. - Maximum one Category 2 player per team unless the player, before being awarded a contract by a first class county, has been a bona fide member of the club for more than two years (24 months) and has played a minimum of 12 league games for the club in those two years.

Category 3 Players who are not deemed “Ordinarily Resident. If the player does not meet the criteria for Category 1 they will be deemed to be a Category 3 player. - One Category 3 player per team. A Category 3 overseas player will not be eligible for new registration if he has played Test or one-day international cricket for a Test playing country since April 1st in the previous year. All players other than Category 1 must be registered in writing with the League by 10pm on the Wednesday before the first match in which they appear. Category 1 players must be registered by 10am on the day of their first match. Any player not registered on the League web site by the stated deadlines, shall be deemed ineligible for any match in which he participates. To play in Premier divisions matches, all players, including any substitute must be i Registered on play-cricket and meet ECB Premier league Registration guidelines as outlined yearly in league handbook in addition to having been registered on the League website. ii Registered only once, under one of more of the categories defined above, with restrictions applying as shown, subject to any special exemptions granted in advance by the Executive Committee. e) Before the toss of the coin the captains shall hand a written list of their team members for that match to the umpires, or if no umpire to the opposing captain. After each match, any substitutes used shall be added to the team sheet which shall then be countersigned as valid by one non-playing umpire (where there are umpires) and by the opposition captain. In Divisions 3a and below inclusive, team sheets from opposing teams should be retained by the captains after the game and each captain (or a club officer) is subsequently responsible for checking that the opposition’s players are all registered on the league web site. Further, each captain, (or designated person), shall record the names of those that played in the match, (and recorded as having done so on his team sheet), on the league website, using the Herts Cricket App, by 9pm the evening the match was played. Any discrepancies to be reported to the League Registrations Officer by submitting the team sheet, accompanied by details of the alleged discrepancies, within three days. In Premier divisions and Divisions 1, 2a & 2b, the appointed umpires, shall return the team sheets to the League Registrations Officer for checking. Each club is responsible for ensuring that their players are correctly registered on the League website and (in the case of the Premier divisions) on play-cricket.com. Should any club be found to be playing a player under the wrong category, the club will forfeit 50% of the points they have gained thus far in the league for the team that the player has most represented. It is within the league’s powers to also ban players from the team thus punished from subsequently playing for lower teams, in line with 13, c, i above. If a club is found to have played a player under a false name, the team(s) which that player has represented will be automatically relegated. It is within the league’s powers to also ban players from the team thus punished from subsequently playing for lower teams, in line with 13, c, i above. Any team breaking either of these rules will face an extraordinary disciplinary procedure which could result in one or more of their teams being relegated automatically or possibly expulsion from the league.

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f) Any player transferring clubs (within Herts League) between 1st May and 30th June shall complete a transfer form, jointly with his new club, for submission to the League. All players transferring into or out of an SHPCL Premier or Championship club at any time must fully complete the Player Registration Transfer Form available to download from the League’s website A player moving to another SHPCL club at any time shall be eligible to play for the new club only if all financial and other obligations to the former club have been discharged. The league has the power to suspend players from all matches in the League until the clubs involved agree that a player’s obligations to his original club have been discharged. Players changing clubs during the close season are outside of the jurisdiction of the league and it is always down to individual clubs to enforce their own policies around the payment of subscriptions and match fees. i On or before July 31st, in the event of a proven allegation against an unregistered player the team fielding the ineligible player will have 5 points deducted. Should the unregistered player be Under 18 on the day of the match, the penalty will automatically be 30 points. ii From the 1st of August onwards, any team that fields an ineligible player, will incur a 10 point deduction, excepting where the player is Under 18 on the day of the match, in which case the penalty will be 30 points. iii For the avoidance of doubt, a captain registered on the League website as captain who has not been Cricket specific ECB DBS checked is deemed an ineligible player and the club will face the penalties in i) and ii) above.

14. Fixtures

All league fixtures shall be arranged centrally by the Fixtures Secretary and circulated to all clubs. No alteration shall be made to that list without the consent of the Fixtures Secretary acting on behalf of the Executive Committee. In the event of a club being unable to fulfil all fixtures on any day, the playing of the senior sides’ match(es) shall take precedence. If any match is postponed, which can only be with the consent of the Executive Committee, the match must be re-arranged to be played within 28 days of the original date, provided such date is before the final scheduled day of the season. If a date cannot be mutually agreed by the two clubs concerned, then the postponed match must be played on a date designated by the Executive Committee. Any team which fails to fulfil three fixtures in its division, may be asked by the Executive Committee to withdraw forthwith from that division, and all matches involving that team shall be declared null and void, with no points awarded. Any such decision to remove a team shall be made before 31st July in any season. Any team unable to fulfil a league fixture must advise its opponents by 8:00pm on the Thursday preceding the match and obtain formal acknowledgment of the cancellation from an officer of the opposing club. Failure to comply with these requirements will result in a financial penalty of £150 in total, payable to the opposing club. Non-payment of the penalty within 14 days shall attract a penalty on the same basis as set out for subscriptions under rule 10b, payable to the opposing club. Any club failing to meet its obligations under this rule will be fined additionally by the League at a rate not less than three times the outstanding debt. Any team failing to fulfil three or more fixtures during a season may be subject to demotion to a lower division in the following season, at the discretion of the Executive Committee. Where both fixtures between any two teams during the same season are arranged to take place at the ground or grounds of one of those teams the visitors shall pay to the home team the sum of £100.00 as compensation for having to provide the facilities twice in that season.

15. League Structure

a) The league will be divided into an appropriate number of divisions in a single structure with the exception of the regional divisions. All teams shall have the same rights to promotion to a higher division, providing the minimum requirements for facilities have been met. The size of all divisions shall be determined from time to time by the Executive Committee except as required by 11 e) above. b) Only a Club's 1st XI is eligible for promotion to Premier divisions c) Normally two clubs will be promoted from Championship to Premier division and two relegated, subject to play-off matches. Promotions will be on following basis: Championship, Divisions 1 & 2A, 2B, 3A Divisions 3B to 10B and Regional Division A

Top 2 sides promoted 1 division (2nd side in Championship subject to Play-Off) Side finishing 1st promoted 2 divisions Side finishing 2nd promoted 1 division

Regional Division B

Side finishing 1st with higher average points total from B East & B West promoted 2 divisions Side finishing 1st with the lower average points total from B East & B West promoted 1 division Sides finishing 2nd promoted one division

Regional Divisions C

Side finishing 1st with higher average points total from C East & C West promoted 2 divisions Side finishing 1st with the lower average points total from C East & C West promoted 1 division Sides finishing 2nd& 3rd promoted one division 31


Relegation will be on following basis: Premier, Championship & Division 1 Divisions 2A to 9B Division 10A

Bottom 2 sides relegated 1 division (9th place in Premier subject to Play-Off) Side finishing 9th relegated 1 division Side finishing 10th relegated 2 divisions Side finishing 8th relegated 1 division Sides finishing 9th & 10th relegated 2 divisions

Division 10B

Sides finishing 8th& 9th relegated 1 division Side finishing 10th relegated 2 divisions

Regional Divisions A

Side finishing in 9th place relegated 1 division Side finishing in 10th place relegated 2 divisions

Regional Divisions B

Sides finishing 9th& 10th relegated 1 division

d) The Executive Committee shall have the discretion to vary the numbers promoted and relegated between the regional divisions depending on the number of clubs participating in those divisions. e) In all cases, if any of the clubs in a promotion place is deemed ineligible, due to the standard of facilities or for any other reason, only the club finishing in the next place below the promotion places may be considered for promotion. f ) Clubs eligible for promotion shall be promoted only if their facilities are deemed acceptable by the Executive Committee. g) Where two or more clubs finish with the same aggregate of points, the club with the higher number of wins shall be placed higher in the league. If still equal, then the club with fewer losses shall be placed higher. If still equal, then the club with the higher scoring rate in completed matches, based on runs per wicket, shall be the higher. h) In the regional divisions the side finishing top will be the side that has the best average points score. That average shall be calculated by dividing the total number of points accumulated throughout the season by the number of games played. The number of games played shall not include games where an opponent has conceded a game or games against it but will include a game or games that it has conceded against its opposition. Where two or more sides finish with the same points the procedure in g) above shall apply. For the avoidance of doubt no points will be awarded for conceded matches in the Regional Divisions. i) Commencing with the 2022 season: the teams in divisions 10a and 10b at the end of the 2021 season, after the usual changes to reflect promoted and relegated teams, will join the regional divisions with a structure broadly as follows: Regional A divisions North, East, West, South - 10 teams each Regional B divisions North & East - 10 teams each Regional B divisions West, South 1 & South 2 - 8 teams each Promotion and relegation from 2022 would be 3 down from 9A and 9B and the winners up from each of the four Regional A divisions along with the two best runners up. Then between A and B: 3 down from the Regional A divisions and 3 up from B North and B West and 2 up from B West and the two B South divisions.

16. Officials, Team sheets, Results and Facilities Reporting

a) Clubs may face a fine of £10 for failure to submit averages or other specific information required by the Results Secretary and notified to clubs. b) All clubs are required to co-operate in reporting results, when requested, to press agencies and newspapers. c) A facilities reporting scheme will be operated throughout the league. d) Any club which fails to submit a report when required and in accordance with the time limits and arrangements specified by the Executive Committee shall be subject to a fine of £20, for each occasion it fails to report. Non-payment of such fines, more than one month after notification by the Treasurer, shall attract a penalty on the same basis as set out for subscriptions under rule 10b.

17. Playing Regulations

All league games shall be played in accordance with the Laws of Cricket as published and amended from time to time by the MCC, except as varied or amended by the match rules contained in the League handbook, printed annually. All league and cup games shall be played in accordance with the Preamble to the Laws – "the Spirit of Cricket", and in accordance with any directives, guidelines and policies published by the national governing bodies and adopted by the League.

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Grant Aid The following sources of funding for capital and revenue projects was provided by Funding 4 Sport. Several of these are interconnected. ECB Interest Free Loan (IFL) For clubs with a junior section* IFL is £1k - £50K. For clubs without a junior section IFL is £1k - £20k www.ecb.co.uk/be-involved/club-support/club-funding/england-wales-cricket-trustinterest-free-loan Grants via Sport England - www.ecb.co.uk/be-involved/club-support/club-funding Sport England Community Asset Fund Grants between £0k - £150k but few above £50k www.sportengland.org/how-we-can-help/our-funds/community-asset-fund Sport England Small Grant: www.sportengland.org/how-we-can-help/our-funds/small-grants National Lottery Fund Awards for All www.tnlcommunityfund.org.uk/funding/programmes/national-lottery-awards-for-allengland Landfill Communities Fund (via ENTRUST) Eligibility depends on location www.entrust.org.uk/ Lord’s Taveners Youth cricket and disability sports charity. www.lordstaverners.org/

For more information contact Funding 4 Sport email: info@funding4sport.co.uk or call Richard Sutcliffe on 07580 129369. Also try your local authorities, at county, city, district and parish levels, especially to investigate possible access to section 106 housing developer contributions.

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Divisional Structure 2021

ECB Premier Division

Division Four A

Division Seven B

Regional A East

Championship

Division Four B

Division Eight A

Regional A West

Harpenden Hertford Hoddesdon North Mymms Potters Bar Radlett Reed Totteridge Millhillians Welwyn Garden City West Herts

Bishop's Stortford Dunstable Flitwick Hemel Hempstead Town Langleybury Letchworth Garden City Luton Town & Indians Old Owens Preston Shenley Village

Division One Ampthill Town Broxbourne Harpenden II Hitchin Holtwhites Trinibis Ickleford Leverstock Green Old Albanian Sawbridgeworth St Margaretsbury

Division Two A Abbots Langley Berkhamsted Bushey Chorleywood Kings Langley Knebworth Park Redbourn St Albans Stevenage Watford Town

Division Two B

Allenburys & County Hall Flitwick II Hertford II Hoddesdon II Northchurch Northwood Old Elizabethans Potters Bar II Radlett II Welwyn Garden City II

Division Three A

Chipperfield Clarendon Datchworth Dunstable II Eversholt Letchworth Garden City II Luton Town & Indians II North Enfield Parkfield & Headstone Potton Town Totteridge Millhillians II

Division Three B

Bayford & Hertford Cockfosters Harpenden III Hemel Hempstead Town II Lutonian Reed II Sandridge Southgate Adelaide West Herts II Wheathampstead

Bishop's Stortford II Cheshunt Rosedale Hatfield & Crusaders Langleybury II Leverstock Green II Northwood Town Old Finchleians Old Haberdashers Rickmansworth Watford Town II Ampthill Town II Chorleywood II Flamstead Hatfield Hyde Hitchin II Holtwhites Trinibis II London Colney Northampton Exiles Shenley Village II Stevenage II

Division Five A Bentley Heath Frogmore Hertford III Ickleford II Knebworth Park II North Mymms II Old Camdenians Radlett III St Albans II Tewin

Division Five B

Baldock Boxmoor Broxbourne II Hertingfordbury Luton Town & Indians III Mill Hill Village Old Albanian II Redbourn II Sawbridgeworth II Welwyn Garden City III

Division Six A

Berkhamsted II Bushey II Clifton Hemel Hempstead Town III Letchworth Garden City III Northwood II Old Cholmeleians Old Finchleians II Preston II Radlett IV

Division Six B

Abbots Langley II Allenburys & County Hall II Cheshunt Rosedale II Greenwood Park Hatfield & Crusaders II Old Elizabethans II Potten End Potters Bar III Rickmansworth II Watton-at-Stone

Division Seven A Botany Bay Cockfosters II Datchworth II Flitwick III Northwood Town II Old Owens II St Margaretsbury II Stevenage III Weston

Bovingdon Harpenden Dolphins Hatch End Kings Langley II Northampton Exiles II Northchurch II Offley & Stopsley Shenley Village III Southgate Adelaide II Ware

Aldenham Chipperfield Clarendon II Harpenden IV Little Berkhamsted Sahibs Luton Town & Indians IV Lutonian II Old Cholmeleians II Pinner St Albans III Wheathampstead II

Division Eight B

Baldock II Dunstable III Leverstock Green III Mill Hill Village II Old Albanian III Old Minchendenians Redbourn III Totteridge Millhillians III Watford Town III West Herts III

Division Nine A

Bentley Heath II Hatfield Hyde II Hemel Hempstead Town IV Hitchin III Hoddesdon III Knebworth Park III Langleybury III Sandridge II Southgate Compton Welwyn Garden City IV

Division Nine B

Bayford & Hertford II Boxmoor II Bushey III Cheshunt Rosedale III Great Gaddesden Hertford IV London Colney II Old Eastcotians Preston III Stevenage IV

Division Ten A

Bamville Harpenden V Holtwhites Trinibis III Letchworth Garden City IV Northwood III Old Haberdashers II Pinner II Reed III Rickmansworth III West Herts IV

Division Ten B

Chorleywood III Flamstead II Hoddesdon IV Letchmore Mill Hill Village III North Enfield II Northampton Exiles III Old Elizabethans III Parkfield & Headstone II Preston IV

Broxbourne III Cockfosters III Datchworth III Hertingfordbury II Hitchin IV Ickleford III Potters Bar IV St Margaretsbury III Stevenage V Tewin II

Abbots Langley III Berkhamsted III Boxmoor III Harpenden VI Markyate & Luton Town Old Albanian IV Potten End II Shenley Village IV St Albans IV Watford Town IV

Regional B East

Baldock III Botany Bay II Edmonton Hatfield & Crusaders III Hatfield Hyde III Letchworth Garden City V Little Berkhamsted Sahibs II Old Owens III Ware II Welwyn Garden City V

Regional B West

Chipperfield Clarendon III Hatch End II Leverstock Green IV Northwood IV Northwood Town III Old Camdenians II Old Minchendenians II Redbourn IV Rickmansworth IV Wheathampstead III

Regional C East

Broxbourne IV * Cheshunt Rosedale IV * Hoddesdon V Mill Hill Village IV * North Mymms III Southgate Adelaide III St Margaretsbury IV * Tye Green

Regional C West Batchworth * Berkhamsted IV Bushey IV Chorleywood IV Kings Langley III Northwood Town IV * Northwood V * Pinner III * Watford Town V West Herts V

Regional C North Baldock IV * Datchworth IV Flitwick IV * Hatfield Hyde IV Hitchin V Ickleford IV * Knebworth Park IV Tewin III * Wheathampstead IV *

* = New Team for 2021

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Fixtures 2021 Premier Division 08 May 2021 Harpenden Hoddesdon Potters Bar Totteridge Millhillians West Herts

v North Mymms v Radlett v Reed v Hertford v Welwyn Garden City

19 June 2021 Harpenden North Mymms Radlett Welwyn Garden City West Herts

v Hoddesdon v Potters Bar v Reed v Hertford v Totteridge Millhillians

31 July 2021 Harpenden Hoddesdon North Mymms Welwyn Garden City West Herts

v Reed v Potters Bar v Radlett v Totteridge Millhillians v Hertford

15 May 2021 Hertford North Mymms Radlett Reed Welwyn Garden City

v Hoddesdon v West Herts v Harpenden v Totteridge Millhillians v Potters Bar

26 June 2021 Harpenden Hoddesdon Potters Bar Reed Totteridge Millhillians

v Welwyn Garden City v West Herts v Radlett v Hertford v North Mymms

07 August 2021 Hertford Potters Bar Radlett Reed Totteridge Millhillians

v North Mymms v Harpenden v Welwyn Garden City v West Herts v Hoddesdon

22 May 2021 Harpenden Hoddesdon Totteridge Millhillians Welwyn Garden City West Herts

v Hertford v Reed v Potters Bar v North Mymms v Radlett

03 July 2021 Hertford North Mymms Radlett Welwyn Garden City West Herts

v Potters Bar v Hoddesdon v Totteridge Millhillians v Reed v Harpenden

14 August 2021 Harpenden North Mymms Radlett Welwyn Garden City West Herts

v Totteridge Millhillians v Reed v Hertford v Hoddesdon v Potters Bar

29 May 2021 Hertford Potters Bar Radlett Reed Totteridge Millhillians

v West Herts v Hoddesdon v North Mymms v Harpenden v Welwyn Garden City

10 July 2021 Hertford North Mymms Radlett Reed Welwyn Garden City

v Totteridge Millhillians v Harpenden v Hoddesdon v Potters Bar v West Herts

21 August 2021 Hertford Hoddesdon Potters Bar Reed Totteridge Millhillians

v Welwyn Garden City v Harpenden v North Mymms v Radlett v West Herts

05 June 2021 Harpenden Hoddesdon North Mymms Welwyn Garden City West Herts

v Potters Bar v Totteridge Millhillians v Hertford v Radlett v Reed

17 July 2021 Harpenden Hoddesdon Potters Bar Totteridge Millhillians West Herts

v Radlett v Hertford v Welwyn Garden City v Reed v North Mymms

28 August 2021 Hertford North Mymms Radlett Welwyn Garden City West Herts

v Reed v Totteridge Millhillians v Potters Bar v Harpenden v Hoddesdon

12 June 2021 Hertford Hoddesdon Potters Bar Reed Totteridge Millhillians

v Radlett v Welwyn Garden City v West Herts v North Mymms v Harpenden

24 July 2021 Hertford North Mymms Potters Bar Radlett Reed

v Harpenden v Welwyn Garden City v Totteridge Millhillians v West Herts v Hoddesdon

04 September 2021 Harpenden Hoddesdon Potters Bar Reed Totteridge Millhillians

v West Herts v North Mymms v Hertford v Welwyn Garden City v Radlett

In the Premier and Championship Divisions, the first 5 and last 4 matches will be played as 50 over games and the other 9 as timed games of a minimum 115 overs. Premier Division: End of season play-off semi-finals will take place on Saturday 11th September and the final on Saturday 18th September. Championship: The side finishing 9th in the Premier Division and the side finishing 2nd in the Championship will play a play-off under 50 over match rules. The match will be played on Saturday 11th September. In Divisions One and below, all matches will be played as limited overs matches All matches start at 12 noon. Any change in the start time for matches on the final weekend, 4 September, will be announced by the Executive Committee.

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Championship 08 May 2021 Dunstable Flitwick Hemel Hempstead Town Langleybury Letchworth Garden City

v Shenley Village v Bishop's Stortford v Preston v Luton Town & Indians v Old Owens

19 June 2021 Bishop's Stortford Dunstable Flitwick Luton Town & Indians Shenley Village

v Letchworth Garden City v Hemel Hempstead Town v Langleybury v Old Owens v Preston

31 July 2021 Bishop's Stortford Dunstable Flitwick Langleybury Shenley Village

v Luton Town & Indians v Preston v Old Owens v Letchworth Garden City v Hemel Hempstead Town

15 May 2021 Bishop's Stortford Luton Town & Indians Old Owens Preston Shenley Village

v Dunstable v Flitwick v Hemel Hempstead Town v Langleybury v Letchworth Garden City

26 June 2021 Flitwick Hemel Hempstead Town Langleybury Letchworth Garden City Old Owens

v Shenley Village v Bishop's Stortford v Dunstable v Luton Town & Indians v Preston

07 August 2021 Hemel Hempstead Town Letchworth Garden City Luton Town & Indians Old Owens Preston

v Langleybury v Flitwick v Shenley Village v Dunstable v Bishop's Stortford

22 May 2021 Dunstable Flitwick Hemel Hempstead Town Langleybury Shenley Village

v Luton Town & Indians v Preston v Letchworth Garden City v Old Owens v Bishop's Stortford

03 July 2021 Bishop's Stortford Dunstable Luton Town & Indians Preston Shenley Village

v Langleybury v Flitwick v Hemel Hempstead Town v Letchworth Garden City v Old Owens

14 August 2021 Bishop's Stortford Dunstable Flitwick Luton Town & Indians Shenley Village

v Old Owens v Letchworth Garden City v Hemel Hempstead Town v Preston v Langleybury

29 May 2021 Hemel Hempstead Town Letchworth Garden City Luton Town & Indians Old Owens Preston

v Shenley Village v Langleybury v Bishop's Stortford v Flitwick v Dunstable

10 July 2021 Bishop's Stortford Luton Town & Indians Old Owens Preston Shenley Village

v Flitwick v Langleybury v Letchworth Garden City v Hemel Hempstead Town v Dunstable

21 August 2021 Hemel Hempstead Town Langleybury Letchworth Garden City Old Owens Preston

v Dunstable v Flitwick v Bishop's Stortford v Luton Town & Indians v Shenley Village

05 June 2021 Bishop's Stortford Dunstable Flitwick Langleybury Shenley Village

v Preston v Old Owens v Letchworth Garden City v Hemel Hempstead Town v Luton Town & Indians

17 July 2021 Dunstable Flitwick Hemel Hempstead Town Langleybury Letchworth Garden City

v Bishop's Stortford v Luton Town & Indians v Old Owens v Preston v Shenley Village

28 August 2021 Bishop's Stortford Dunstable Luton Town & Indians Preston Shenley Village

v Hemel Hempstead Town v Langleybury v Letchworth Garden City v Old Owens v Flitwick

12 June 2021 Hemel Hempstead Town Langleybury Letchworth Garden City Old Owens Preston

v Flitwick v Shenley Village v Dunstable v Bishop's Stortford v Luton Town & Indians

24 July 2021 Bishop's Stortford Letchworth Garden City Luton Town & Indians Old Owens Preston

v Shenley Village v Hemel Hempstead Town v Dunstable v Langleybury v Flitwick

04 September 2021 Flitwick Hemel Hempstead Town Langleybury Letchworth Garden City Old Owens

v Dunstable v Luton Town & Indians v Bishop's Stortford v Preston v Shenley Village

08 May 2021 Ampthill Town Hitchin Leverstock Green Old Albanian St Margaretsbury

v Sawbridgaeworth v Broxbourne v Ickleford v Harpenden II v Holtwhites Trinibis

19 June 2021 Ampthill Town Holtwhites Trinibis Ickleford Leverstock Green Sawbridgeworth

v St Margaretsbury v Broxbourne v Harpenden II v Old Albanian v Hitchin

31 July 2021 Ampthill Town Ickleford Leverstock Green Sawbridgeworth St Margaretsbury

v Broxbourne v Old Albanian v Harpenden II v Holtwhites Trinibis v Hitchin

15 May 2021 Broxbourne Harpenden II Holtwhites Trinibis Ickleford Sawbridgeworth

v Old Albanian v St Margaretsbury v Ampthill Town v Hitchin v Leverstock Green

26 June 2021 Ampthill Town Broxbourne Hitchin Old Albanian St Margaretsbury

v Ickleford v Harpenden II v Holtwhites Trinibis v Sawbridgeworth v Leverstock Green

07 August 2021 Broxbourne Harpenden II Hitchin Holtwhites Trinibis Old Albanian

v Leverstock Green v Sawbridgeworth v Ampthill Town v Ickleford v St Margaretsbury

22 May 2021 Ampthill Town Ickleford Leverstock Green Old Albanian St Margaretsbury

v Harpenden II v Sawbridgeworth v Holtwhites Trinibis v Hitchin v Broxbourne

03 July 2021 Harpenden II Holtwhites Trinibis Ickleford Leverstock Green Sawbridgeworth

v Hitchin v Old Albanian v Broxbourne v Ampthill Town v St Margaretsbury

14 August 2021 Ampthill Town Holtwhites Trinibis Ickleford Leverstock Green Sawbridgeworth

v Old Albanian v Harpenden II v St Margaretsbury v Hitchin v Broxbourne

29 May 2021 Broxbourne Harpenden II Hitchin Holtwhites Trinibis Old Albanian

v Ampthill Town v Leverstock Green v St Margaretsbury v Sawbridgeworth v Ickleford

10 July 2021 Broxbourne Harpenden II Holtwhites Trinibis Ickleford Sawbridgeworth

v Hitchin v Old Albanian v St Margaretsbury v Leverstock Green v Ampthill Town

21 August 2021 Broxbourne Harpenden II Hitchin Old Albanian St Margaretsbury

v Holtwhites Trinibis v Ickleford v Sawbridgeworth v Leverstock Green v Ampthill Town

05 June 2021 Ampthill Town Ickleford Leverstock Green Sawbridgeworth St Margaretsbury

v Hitchin v Holtwhites Trinibis v Broxbourne v Harpenden II v Old Albanian

17 July 2021 Ampthill Town Hitchin Leverstock Green Old Albanian St Margaretsbury

v Holtwhites Trinibis v Ickleford v Sawbridgeworth v Broxbourne v Harpenden II

28 August 2021 Harpenden II Holtwhites Trinibis Ickleford Leverstock Green Sawbridgeworth

v Broxbourne v Hitchin v Ampthill Town v St Margaretsbury v Old Albanian

12 June 2021 Broxbourne Harpenden II Hitchin Old Albanian St Margaretsbury

v Sawbridgeworth v Holtwhites Trinibis v Leverstock Green v Ampthill Town v Ickleford

24 July 2021 Broxbourne Harpenden II Hitchin Holtwhites Trinibis Sawbridgeworth

v St Margaretsbury v Ampthill Town v Old Albanian v Leverstock Green v Ickleford

04 September 2021 Ampthill Town Broxbourne Hitchin Old Albanian St Margaretsbury

v Leverstock Green v Ickleford v Harpenden II v Holtwhites Trinibis v Sawbridgeworth

Division One

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Division Two A 08 May 2021 Bushey Knebworth Park Redbourn St Albans Stevenage

v Chorleywood v Berkhamsted v Watford Town v Kings Langley v Abbots Langley

19 June 2021 Berkhamsted Bushey Chorleywood Knebworth Park Watford Town

v Kings Langley v Stevenage v Redbourn v St Albans v Abbots Langley

31 July 2021 Berkhamsted Bushey Chorleywood Knebworth Park Stevenage

v St Albans v Watford Town v Abbots Langley v Kings Langley v Redbourn

15 May 2021 Abbots Langley Berkhamsted Chorleywood Kings Langley Watford Town

v Bushey v Redbourn v Knebworth Park v Stevenage v St Albans

26 June 2021 Bushey Redbourn St Albans Stevenage Watford Town

v Berkhamsted v Abbots Langley v Chorleywood v Knebworth Park v Kings Langley

07 August 2021 Abbots Langley Kings Langley Redbourn St Albans Watford Town

v Berkhamsted v Chorleywood v Bushey v Stevenage v Knebworth Park

22 May 2021 Berkhamsted Bushey Knebworth Park St Albans Stevenage

v Chorleywood v Kings Langley v Abbots Langley v Redbourn v Watford Town

03 July 2021 Abbots Langley Berkhamsted Chorleywood Kings Langley Knebworth Park

v St Albans v Watford Town v Stevenage v Redbourn v Bushey

14 August 2021 Abbots Langley Berkhamsted Bushey Chorleywood Knebworth Park

v Kings Langley v Stevenage v St Albans v Watford Town v Redbourn

29 May 2021 Abbots Langley Kings Langley Redbourn St Albans Watford Town

v Chorleywood v Knebworth Park v Stevenage v Berkhamsted v Bushey

10 July 2021 Abbots Langley Berkhamsted Chorleywood Kings Langley Watford Town

v Stevenage v Knebworth Park v Bushey v St Albans v Redbourn

21 August 2021 Kings Langley Redbourn St Albans Stevenage Watford Town

v Berkhamsted v Chorleywood v Knebworth Park v Bushey v Abbots Langley

05 June 2021 Berkhamsted Bushey Chorleywood Knebworth Park Stevenage

v Abbots Langley v Redbourn v Kings Langley v Watford Town v St Albans

17 July 2021 Bushey Knebworth Park Redbourn St Albans Stevenage

v Abbots Langley v Chorleywood v Berkhamsted v Watford Town v Kings Langley

28 August 2021 Abbots Langley Berkhamsted Chorleywood Kings Langley Knebworth Park

v Redbourn v Bushey v St Albans v Watford Town v Stevenage

12 June 2021 Kings Langley Redbourn St Albans Stevenage Watford Town

v Abbots Langley v Knebworth Park v Bushey v Berkhamsted v Chorleywood

24 July 2021 Abbots Langley Chorleywood Kings Langley Redbourn Watford Town

v Knebworth Park v Berkhamsted v Bushey v St Albans v Stevenage

04 September 2021 Bushey Redbourn St Albans Stevenage Watford Town

v Knebworth Park v Kings Langley v Abbots Langley v Chorleywood v Berkhamsted

v Allenburys & County Hall v Flitwick II v Potters Bar II v Hoddesdon II v Northwood

19 June 2021 Allenburys & County Hall v Welwyn Garden City II Hertford II v Radlett II Hoddesdon II v Northwood Old Elizabethans v Northchurch Potters Bar II v Flitwick II

31 July 2021 Allenburys & County Hall v Hoddesdon II Hertford II v Northwood Old Elizabethans v Flitwick II Potters Bar II v Northchurch Radlett II v Welwyn Garden City II

15 May 2021 Allenburys & County Hall v Old Elizabethans Flitwick II v Radlett II Hoddesdon II v Hertford II Northwood v Northchurch Potters Bar II v Welwyn Garden City II

26 June 2021 Hertford II Northchurch Northwood Radlett II Welwyn Garden City II

07 August 2021 Flitwick II Hoddesdon II Northchurch Northwood Welwyn Garden City II

22 May 2021 Hertford II Northchurch Old Elizabethans Potters Bar II Radlett II

v Flitwick II v Welwyn Garden City II v Hoddesdon II v Allenburys & County Hall v Northwood

03 July 2021 Allenburys & County Hall v Radlett II Flitwick II v Welwyn Garden City II Hoddesdon II v Northchurch Old Elizabethans v Hertford II Potters Bar II v Northwood

14 August 2021 Allenburys & County Hall v Northwood Hertford II v Northchurch Hoddesdon II v Flitwick II Old Elizabethans v Welwyn Garden City II Potters Bar II v Radlett II

29 May 2021 Flitwick II Hoddesdon II Northchurch Northwood Welwyn Garden City II

v Old Elizabethans v Allenburys & County Hall v Potters Bar II v Hertford II v Radlett II

10 July 2021 Allenburys & County Hall v Hertford II Flitwick II v Northchurch Hoddesdon II v Radlett II Northwood v Welwyn Garden City II Potters Bar II v Old Elizabethans

21 August 2021 Flitwick II Northchurch Northwood Radlett II Welwyn Garden City II

05 June 2021 Allenburys & County Hall v Flitwick II Hertford II v Welwyn Garden City II Old Elizabethans v Northwood Potters Bar II v Hoddesdon II Radlett II v Northchurch

17 July 2021 Hertford II Northchurch Old Elizabethans Radlett II Welwyn Garden City II

v Hoddesdon II v Northwood v Allenburys & County Hall v Flitwick II v Potters Bar II

28 August 2021 Allenburys & County Hall v Northchurch Flitwick II v Northwood Hoddesdon II v Welwyn Garden City II Old Elizabethans v Radlett II Potters Bar II v Hertford II

12 June 2021 Flitwick II Northchurch Northwood Radlett II Welwyn Garden City II

24 July 2021 Allenburys & County Hall Flitwick II Hoddesdon II Northwood Welwyn Garden City II

v Potters Bar II v Hertford II v Old Elizabethans v Radlett II v Northchurch

04 September 2021 Hertford II Northchurch Northwood Radlett II Welwyn Garden City II

Division Two B 08 May 2021 Hertford II Northchurch Old Elizabethans Radlett II Welwyn Garden City II

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v Hoddesdon II v Hertford II v Allenburys & County Hall v Potters Bar II v Old Elizabethans

v Potters Bar II v Allenburys & County Hall v Flitwick II v Old Elizabethans v Hoddesdon II

v Allenburys & County Hall v Potters Bar II v Radlett II v Old Elizabethans v Hertford II

v Potters Bar II v Old Elizabethans v Hoddesdon II v Hertford II v Allenburys & County Hall

v Old Elizabethans v Hoddesdon II v Potters Bar II v Allenburys & County Hall v Flitwick II


Division Three A 08 May 2021 Chipperfield Clarendon Eversholt Luton Town & Indians II Parkfield & Headstone Potton Town

19 June 2021 Chipperfield Clarendon v Luton Town & Indians II Datchworth v Dunstable II Eversholt v Parkfield & Headstone Letchworth Garden City II v North Enfield Totteridge Millhillians II v Potton Town

31 July 2021 Chipperfield Clarendon v Dunstable II Eversholt v North Enfield Letchworth Garden City II v Parkfield & Headstone Luton Town & Indians II v Potton Town Totteridge Millhillians II v Datchworth

15 May 2021 Datchworth v Chipperfield Clarendon Dunstable II v Parkfield & Headstone Letchworth Garden City II v Potton Town North Enfield v Luton Town & Indians II Totteridge Millhillians II v Eversholt

26 June 2021 Chipperfield Clarendon Dunstable II Luton Town & Indians II Parkfield & Headstone Potton Town

07 August 2021 Datchworth Dunstable II North Enfield Parkfield & Headstone Potton Town

22 May 2021 Chipperfield Clarendon v North Enfield Eversholt v Datchworth Letchworth Garden City II v Totteridge Millhillians II Luton Town & Indians II v Dunstable II Parkfield & Headstone v Potton Town

03 July 2021 Datchworth v Parkfield & Headstone Eversholt v Chipperfield Clarendon Letchworth Garden City II v Dunstable II North Enfield v Potton Town Totteridge Millhillians II v Luton Town & Indians II

14 August 2021 Chipperfield Clarendon v Parkfield & Headstone Datchworth v North Enfield Eversholt v Potton Town Letchworth Garden City II v Luton Town & Indians II Totteridge Millhillians II v Dunstable II

29 May 2021 Datchworth Dunstable II North Enfield Parkfield & Headstone Potton Town

10 July 2021 Datchworth v Luton Town & Indians II Dunstable II v Potton Town Letchworth Garden City II v Eversholt North Enfield v Parkfield & Headstone Totteridge Millhillians II v Chipperfield Clarendon

21 August 2021 Dunstable II Luton Town & Indians II North Enfield Parkfield & Headstone Potton Town

05 June 2021 Chipperfield Clarendon v Potton Town Eversholt v Dunstable II Letchworth Garden City II v Datchworth Luton Town & Indians II v Parkfield & Headstone Totteridge Millhillians II v North Enfield

17 July 2021 Chipperfield Clarendon Eversholt Luton Town & Indians II Parkfield & Headstone Potton Town

v Datchworth v Totteridge Millhillians II v North Enfield v Dunstable II v Letchworth Garden City II

28 August 2021 Datchworth v Potton Town Eversholt v Luton Town & Indians II Letchworth Garden City II v Chipperfield Clarendon North Enfield v Dunstable II Totteridge Millhillians II v Parkfield & Headstone

12 June 2021 Dunstable II Luton Town & Indians II North Enfield Parkfield & Headstone Potton Town

24 July 2021 Datchworth Dunstable II North Enfield Potton Town Totteridge Millhillians II

v Eversholt v Luton Town & Indians II v Chipperfield Clarendon v Parkfield & Headstone v Letchworth Garden City II

04 September 2021 Dunstable II Eversholt Luton Town & Indians II Parkfield & Headstone Potton Town

v Totteridge Millhillians II v Letchworth Garden City II v Datchworth v North Enfield v Dunstable II

v Totteridge Millhillians II v Chipperfield Clarendon v Eversholt v Letchworth Garden City II v Luton Town & Indians II

v Totteridge Millhillians II v Letchworth Garden City II v Datchworth v Chipperfield Clarendon v Eversholt

v Letchworth Garden City II v North Enfield v Eversholt v Totteridge Millhillians II v Datchworth

v Letchworth Garden City II v Eversholt v Totteridge Millhillians II v Luton Town & Indians II v Chipperfield Clarendon

v Datchworth v Chipperfield Clarendon v Letchworth Garden City II v Eversholt v Totteridge Millhillians II

v Letchworth Garden City II v Chipperfield Clarendon v Totteridge Millhillians II v Datchworth v North Enfield

Division Three B 08 May 2021 Cockfosters Lutonian Reed II Southgate Adelaide Wheathampstead 15 May 2021 Bayford & Hertford Harpenden III Hemel Hempstead Town Sandridge West Herts II

v Hemel Hempstead Town II v Harpenden III v Sandridge v West Herts II v Bayford & Hertford v Cockfosters v Wheathampstead II v Reed II v Southgate Adelaide v Lutonian

19 June 2021 Bayford & Hertford Cockfosters Hemel Hempstead Town Reed II Sandridge 26 June 2021 Cockfosters Lutonian Southgate Adelaide West Herts II Wheathampstead

v West Herts II v Wheathampstead II v Southgate Adelaide v Lutonian v Harpenden III v Sandridge v Hemel Hempstead Town II v Bayford & Hertford v Harpenden III v Reed II

31 July 2021 Cockfosters Hemel Hempstead Town Reed II Sandridge Wheathampstead 07 August 2021 Bayford & Hertford Harpenden III Lutonian Southgate Adelaide West Herts II

22 May 2021 Cockfosters Lutonian Reed II Sandridge Wheathampstead

v Harpenden III v Southgate Adelaide v Bayford & Hertford v Hemel Hempstead Town II v West Herts II

03 July 2021 Bayford & Hertford Harpenden III Hemel Hempstead Town Reed II Sandridge

v Lutonian v Southgate Adelaide II v Wheathampstead v Cockfosters v West Herts II

14 August 2021 Bayford & Hertford Cockfosters Hemel Hempstead Town Reed II Sandridge

29 May 2021 Bayford & Hertford Harpenden III Lutonian Southgate Adelaide West Herts II

v Hemel Hempstead Town II v Reed II v Sandridge v Wheathampstead v Cockfosters

10 July 2021 Bayford & Hertford Harpenden III Hemel Hempstead Town Sandridge West Herts II

v Wheathampstead v Lutonian II v Cockfosters v Reed II v Southgate Adelaide

21 August 2021 Harpenden III Lutonian Southgate Adelaide West Herts II Wheathampstead

05 June 2021 Cockfosters Hemel Hempstead Town Reed II Sandridge Wheathampstead 12 June 2021 Harpenden III Lutonian Southgate Adelaide West Herts II Wheathampstead

v Southgate Adelaide II v Harpenden III v West Herts II v Bayford & Hertford v Lutonian v Bayford & Hertford v Cockfosters v Reed II v Hemel Hempstead Town II v Sandridge

17 July 2021 Cockfosters Lutonian Reed II Southgate Adelaide Wheathampstead 24 July 2021 Bayford & Hertford Harpenden III Hemel Hempstead Town Southgate Adelaide West Herts II

v Bayford & Hertford v West Herts II v Hemel Hempstead Town II v Sandridge v Harpenden III v Reed II v Cockfosters II v Sandridge v Lutonian v Wheathampstead

28 August 2021 Bayford & Hertford Harpenden III Hemel Hempstead Town Reed II Sandridge 04 September 2021 Cockfosters Lutonian Southgate Adelaide West Herts II Wheathampstead

v West Herts II II v Bayford & Hertford v Harpenden III v Lutonian v Southgate Adelaide v Sandridge v Hemel Hempstead Town II v Wheathampstead v Cockfosters v Reed II v Harpenden III v Lutonian II v West Herts II v Southgate Adelaide v Wheathampstead v Sandridge v Reed II v Hemel Hempstead Town II v Bayford & Hertford v Cockfosters v Southgate Adelaide v West Herts II II v Lutonian v Wheathampstead v Cockfosters v Reed II v Bayford & Hertford v Harpenden III v Sandridge v Hemel Hempstead Town II

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Division Four A 08 May 2021 Bishop's Stortford II Cheshunt Rosedale Hatfield & Crusaders Old Haberdashers Watford Town II

v Rickmansworth v Langleybury II v Leverstock Green II v Old Finchleians v Northwood Town

19 June 2021 Langleybury II Northwood Town Old Finchleians Old Haberdashers Watford Town II

v Leverstock Green II v Rickmansworth v Hatfield & Crusaders v Cheshunt Rosedale v Bishop's Stortford II

31 July 2021 Cheshunt Rosedale Northwood Town Old Finchleians Old Haberdashers Watford Town II

v Hatfield & Crusaders v Bishop's Stortford II v Langleybury II v Leverstock Green II v Rickmansworth

15 May 2021 Langleybury II Leverstock Green II Northwood Town Old Finchleians Rickmansworth

v Old Haberdashers v Bishop's Stortford II v Hatfield & Crusaders v Watford Town II v Cheshunt Rosedale

26 June 2021 Bishop's Stortford II Cheshunt Rosedale Hatfield & Crusaders Leverstock Green II Old Haberdashers

v Old Finchleians v Watford Town II v Langleybury II v Rickmansworth v Northwood Town

07 August 2021 Bishop's Stortford II Hatfield & Crusaders Langleybury II Leverstock Green II Rickmansworth

v Cheshunt Rosedale v Old Haberdashers v Northwood Town v Watford Town II v Old Finchleians

22 May 2021 Bishop's Stortford II Cheshunt Rosedale Northwood Town Old Haberdashers Watford Town II

v Hatfield & Crusaders v Leverstock Green II v Old Finchleians v Rickmansworth v Langleybury II

03 July 2021 Langleybury II Northwood Town Old Finchleians Rickmansworth Watford Town II

v Bishop's Stortford II v Leverstock Green II v Cheshunt Rosedale v Hatfield & Crusaders v Old Haberdashers

14 August 2021 Langleybury II Northwood Town Old Finchleians Old Haberdashers Watford Town II

v Rickmansworth v Cheshunt Rosedale v Leverstock Green II v Bishop's Stortford II v Hatfield & Crusaders

29 May 2021 Bishop's Stortford II Hatfield & Crusaders Langleybury II Leverstock Green II Rickmansworth

v Northwood Town v Cheshunt Rosedale v Old Finchleians v Old Haberdashers v Watford Town II

10 July 2021 Langleybury II Leverstock Green II Northwood Town Old Finchleians Rickmansworth

v Cheshunt Rosedale v Hatfield & Crusaders v Watford Town II v Old Haberdashers v Bishop's Stortford II

21 August 2021 Bishop's Stortford II Cheshunt Rosedale Hatfield & Crusaders Leverstock Green II Rickmansworth

v Watford Town II v Old Haberdashers v Old Finchleians v Langleybury II v Northwood Town

05 June 2021 Cheshunt Rosedale Northwood Town Old Finchleians Old Haberdashers Watford Town II

v Bishop's Stortford II v Langleybury II v Rickmansworth v Hatfield & Crusaders v Leverstock Green II

17 July 2021 Bishop's Stortford II Cheshunt Rosedale Hatfield & Crusaders Old Haberdashers Watford Town II

v Leverstock Green II v Rickmansworth v Northwood Town v Langleybury II v Old Finchleians

28 August 2021 Langleybury II Northwood Town Old Finchleians Rickmansworth Watford Town II

v Hatfield & Crusaders v Old Haberdashers v Bishop's Stortford II v Leverstock Green II v Cheshunt Rosedale

12 June 2021 Bishop's Stortford II Cheshunt Rosedale Hatfield & Crusaders Leverstock Green II Rickmansworth

v Old Haberdashers v Northwood Town v Watford Town II v Old Finchleians v Langleybury II

24 July 2021 Hatfield & Crusaders Langleybury II Leverstock Green II Old Finchleians Rickmansworth

v Bishop's Stortford II v Watford Town II v Cheshunt Rosedale v Northwood Town v Old Haberdashers

04 September 2021 Bishop's Stortford II Cheshunt Rosedale Hatfield & Crusaders Leverstock Green II Old Haberdashers

v Langleybury II v Old Finchleians v Rickmansworth v Northwood Town v Watford Town II

Division Four B 08 May 2021 Chorleywood II Holtwhites Trinibis II London Colney Northampton Exiles Shenley Village II

v Ampthill Town II v Stevenage II v Hitchin II v Hatfield Hyde v Flamstead

19 June 2021 Hatfield Hyde Hitchin II London Colney Northampton Exiles Stevenage II

v Shenley Village II v Ampthill Town II v Chorleywood II v Holtwhites Trinibis II v Flamstead

31 July 2021 Hatfield Hyde Hitchin II Holtwhites Trinibis II London Colney Northampton Exiles

v Stevenage II v Chorleywood II v Shenley Village II v Ampthill Town II v Flamstead

15 May 2021 Ampthill Town II Flamstead Hatfield Hyde Hitchin II Stevenage II

v Holtwhites Trinibis II v Chorleywood II v London Colney v Shenley Village II v Northampton Exiles

26 June 2021 Chorleywood II Flamstead Holtwhites Trinibis II Northampton Exiles Shenley Village II

v Hatfield Hyde v Ampthill Town II v London Colney v Hitchin II v Stevenage II

07 August 2021 Ampthill Town II Chorleywood II Flamstead Shenley Village II Stevenage II

v Hatfield Hyde v Holtwhites Trinibis II v London Colney v Northampton Exiles v Hitchin II

22 May 2021 Chorleywood II Hitchin II Holtwhites Trinibis II London Colney Northampton Exiles

v Shenley Village II v Hatfield Hyde v Flamstead v Stevenage II v Ampthill Town II

03 July 2021 Ampthill Town II Hatfield Hyde Hitchin II London Colney Stevenage II

v Shenley Village II v Holtwhites Trinibis II v Flamstead v Northampton Exiles v Chorleywood II

14 August 2021 Hatfield Hyde Hitchin II London Colney Northampton Exiles Stevenage II

v Flamstead v Holtwhites Trinibis II v Shenley Village II v Chorleywood II v Ampthill Town II

29 May 2021 Ampthill Town II Chorleywood II Flamstead Shenley Village II Stevenage II

v London Colney v Hitchin II v Northampton Exiles v Holtwhites Trinibis II v Hatfield Hyde

10 July 2021 Ampthill Town II Flamstead Hatfield Hyde Hitchin II Stevenage II

v Chorleywood II v Shenley Village II v Northampton Exiles v London Colney v Holtwhites Trinibis II

21 August 2021 Ampthill Town II Chorleywood II Flamstead Holtwhites Trinibis II Shenley Village II

v Hitchin II v London Colney v Stevenage II v Northampton Exiles v Hatfield Hyde

05 June 2021 Hatfield Hyde Hitchin II Holtwhites Trinibis II London Colney Northampton Exiles

v Ampthill Town II v Stevenage II v Chorleywood II v Flamstead v Shenley Village II

17 July 2021 Chorleywood II Holtwhites Trinibis II London Colney Northampton Exiles Shenley Village II

v Flamstead v Ampthill Town II v Hatfield Hyde v Stevenage II v Hitchin II

28 August 2021 Ampthill Town II Hatfield Hyde Hitchin II London Colney Stevenage II

v Flamstead v Chorleywood II v Northampton Exiles v Holtwhites Trinibis II v Shenley Village II

12 June 2021 Ampthill Town II Chorleywood II Flamstead Holtwhites Trinibis II Shenley Village II

v Stevenage II v Northampton Exiles v Hatfield Hyde v Hitchin II v London Colney

24 July 2021 Ampthill Town II Flamstead Hatfield Hyde Shenley Village II Stevenage II

v Northampton Exiles v Holtwhites Trinibis II v Hitchin II v Chorleywood II v London Colney

04 September 2021 Chorleywood II Flamstead Holtwhites Trinibis II Northampton Exiles Shenley Village II

v Stevenage II v Hitchin II v Hatfield Hyde v London Colney v Ampthill Town II

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Division Five A 08 May 2021 Bentley Heath Frogmore Ickleford II North Mymms II Tewin

v Old Camdenians v Radlett III v Knebworth Park II v Hertford III v St Albans II

19 June 2021 Bentley Heath Old Camdenians Radlett III St Albans II Tewin

v North Mymms II v Hertford III v Knebworth Park II v Ickleford II v Frogmore

31 July 2021 Bentley Heath Frogmore Old Camdenians St Albans II Tewin

v Hertford III v Ickleford II v North Mymms II v Radlett III v Knebworth Park II

15 May 2021 Hertford III Knebworth Park II Old Camdenians Radlett III St Albans II

v Frogmore v North Mymms II v Ickleford II v Tewin v Bentley Heath

26 June 2021 Frogmore Ickleford II Knebworth Park II North Mymms II Tewin

v Bentley Heath v Radlett III v Hertford III v St Albans II v Old Camdenians

07 August 2021 Hertford III Ickleford II Knebworth Park II North Mymms II Radlett III

v St Albans II v Tewin v Bentley Heath v Frogmore v Old Camdenians

22 May 2021 Bentley Heath Frogmore North Mymms II Old Camdenians Tewin

v Radlett III v Knebworth Park II v Ickleford II v St Albans II v Hertford III

03 July 2021 Bentley Heath Hertford III Old Camdenians Radlett III St Albans II

v Tewin v Ickleford II v Knebworth Park II v North Mymms II v Frogmore

14 August 2021 Bentley Heath Old Camdenians Radlett III St Albans II Tewin

v Ickleford II v Frogmore v Hertford III v Knebworth Park II v North Mymms II

29 May 2021 Hertford III Ickleford II Knebworth Park II North Mymms II Radlett III

v Bentley Heath v Frogmore v Tewin v Old Camdenians v St Albans II

10 July 2021 Hertford III Knebworth Park II Old Camdenians Radlett III St Albans II

v North Mymms II v Ickleford II v Bentley Heath v Frogmore v Tewin

21 August 2021 Frogmore Hertford III Ickleford II Knebworth Park II North Mymms II

v Tewin v Old Camdenians v St Albans II v Radlett III v Bentley Heath

05 June 2021 Bentley Heath Frogmore Old Camdenians St Albans II Tewin

v Knebworth Park II v North Mymms II v Radlett III v Hertford III v Ickleford II

17 July 2021 Bentley Heath Frogmore Ickleford II North Mymms II Tewin

v St Albans II v Hertford III v Old Camdenians v Knebworth Park II v Radlett III

28 August 2021 Bentley Heath Hertford III Old Camdenians Radlett III St Albans II

v Frogmore v Knebworth Park II v Tewin v Ickleford II v North Mymms II

12 June 2021 Frogmore Hertford III Ickleford II Knebworth Park II North Mymms II

v Old Camdenians v Radlett III v Bentley Heath v St Albans II v Tewin

24 July 2021 Hertford III Ickleford II Knebworth Park II Radlett III St Albans II

v Tewin v North Mymms II v Frogmore v Bentley Heath v Old Camdenians

04 September 2021 Frogmore Ickleford II Knebworth Park II North Mymms II Tewin

v St Albans II v Hertford III v Old Camdenians v Radlett III v Bentley Heath

08 May 2021 Baldock Boxmoor Broxbourne II Hertingfordbury Sawbridgeworth II

v Mill Hill Village v Old Albanian II v Redbourn II v Luton Town & Indians III v Welwyn Garden City III

19 June 2021 Boxmoor Broxbourne II Mill Hill Village Old Albanian II Redbourn II

15 May 2021 Luton Town & Indians III Mill Hill Village Old Albanian II Redbourn II Welwyn Garden City III

v Sawbridgeworth II v Boxmoor v Broxbourne II v Hertingfordbury v Baldock

22 May 2021 Baldock Boxmoor Broxbourne II Redbourn II Sawbridgeworth II

Division Five B 31 July 2021 Baldock Boxmoor Broxbourne II Old Albanian II Redbourn II

v Hertingfordbury v Luton Town & Indians III v Welwyn Garden City III v Mill Hill Village v Sawbridgeworth II

26 June 2021 Baldock v Broxbourne II Boxmoor v Redbourn II Hertingfordbury v Mill Hill Village Luton Town & Indians III v Welwyn Garden City III Sawbridgeworth II v Old Albanian II

07 August 2021 Hertingfordbury Luton Town & Indians III Mill Hill Village Sawbridgeworth II Welwyn Garden City III

v Boxmoor v Broxbourne II v Redbourn II v Baldock v Old Albanian II

v Luton Town & Indians III v Welwyn Garden City III v Mill Hill Village v Old Albanian II v Hertingfordbury

03 July 2021 Broxbourne II Mill Hill Village Old Albanian II Redbourn II Welwyn Garden City III

v Boxmoor v Sawbridgeworth II v Baldock v Luton Town & Indians III v Hertingfordbury

14 August 2021 Boxmoor Broxbourne II Mill Hill Village Old Albanian II Redbourn II

v Sawbridgeworth II v Hertingfordbury v Welwyn Garden City III v Luton Town & Indians III v Baldock

29 May 2021 Hertingfordbury Luton Town & Indians III Mill Hill Village Sawbridgeworth II Welwyn Garden City III

v Baldock v Boxmoor v Old Albanian II v Redbourn II v Broxbourne II

10 July 2021 Luton Town & Indians III Mill Hill Village Old Albanian II Redbourn II Welwyn Garden City III

v Hertingfordbury v Baldock v Boxmoor v Broxbourne II v Sawbridgeworth II

21 August 2021 Baldock Hertingfordbury Luton Town & Indians III Sawbridgeworth II Welwyn Garden City III

v Boxmoor v Old Albanian II v Mill Hill Village v Broxbourne II v Redbourn II

05 June 2021 Baldock Boxmoor Broxbourne II Old Albanian II Redbourn II

v Sawbridgeworth II v Hertingfordbury v Luton Town & Indians III v Welwyn Garden City III v Mill Hill Village

17 July 2021 Baldock Boxmoor Broxbourne II Hertingfordbury Sawbridgeworth II

v Welwyn Garden City III v Mill Hill Village v Old Albanian II v Redbourn II v Luton Town & Indians III

28 August 2021 Broxbourne II Mill Hill Village Old Albanian II Redbourn II Welwyn Garden City III

v Baldock v Hertingfordbury v Sawbridgeworth II v Boxmoor v Luton Town & Indians III

12 June 2021 Baldock Hertingfordbury Luton Town & Indians III Sawbridgeworth II Welwyn Garden City III

v Redbourn II v Broxbourne II v Old Albanian II v Boxmoor v Mill Hill Village

24 July 2021 Hertingfordbury Luton Town & Indians III Mill Hill Village Old Albanian II Welwyn Garden City III

v Sawbridgeworth II v Baldock v Broxbourne II v Redbourn II v Boxmoor

04 September 2021 Baldock v Old Albanian II Boxmoor v Broxbourne II Hertingfordbury v Welwyn Garden City III Luton Town & Indians III v Redbourn II Sawbridgeworth II v Mill Hill Village

v Baldock v Sawbridgeworth II v Luton Town & Indians III v Hertingfordbury v Welwyn Garden City III

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Division Six A 08 May 2021 Berkhamsted II Northwood II Old Finchleians II Preston II Radlett IV

19 June 2021 Clifton v Bushey II Hemel Hempstead Town III v Letchworth Garden City III Northwood II v Old Finchleians II Old Cholmeleians v Berkhamsted II Preston II v Radlett IV

31 July 2021 Clifton Northwood II Old Cholmeleians Preston II Radlett IV

15 May 2021 Bushey II v Radlett IV Clifton v Berkhamsted II Hemel Hempstead Town III v Preston II Letchworth Garden City III v Old Finchleians II Old Cholmeleians v Northwood II

26 June 2021 Berkhamsted II v Hemel Hempstead Town III Letchworth Garden City III v Bushey II Old Finchleians II v Old Cholmeleians Preston II v Clifton Radlett IV v Northwood II

07 August 2021 Berkhamsted II v Preston II Bushey II v Old Cholmeleians Hemel Hempstead Town III v Clifton Letchworth Garden City III v Northwood II Old Finchleians II v Radlett IV

22 May 2021 Clifton Northwood II Old Finchleians II Preston II Radlett IV

03 July 2021 Bushey II v Berkhamsted II Clifton v Letchworth Garden City III Hemel Hempstead Town III v Old Finchleians II Northwood II v Preston II Old Cholmeleians v Radlett IV

14 August 2021 Clifton v Radlett IV Hemel Hempstead Town III v Bushey II Northwood II v Berkhamsted II Old Cholmeleians v Letchworth Garden City III Preston II v Old Finchleians II

29 May 2021 Berkhamsted II v Radlett IV Bushey II v Northwood II Hemel Hempstead Town III v Old Cholmeleians Letchworth Garden City III v Preston II Old Finchleians II v Clifton

10 July 2021 Bushey II v Old Finchleians II Clifton v Northwood II Hemel Hempstead Town III v Radlett IV Letchworth Garden City III v Berkhamsted II Old Cholmeleians v Preston II

21 August 2021 Berkhamsted II v Old Cholmeleians Bushey II v Clifton Letchworth Garden City III v Hemel Hempstead Town III Old Finchleians II v Northwood II Radlett IV v Preston II

05 June 2021 Clifton Northwood II Old Cholmeleians Preston II Radlett IV

17 July 2021 Berkhamsted II Northwood II Old Finchleians II Preston II Radlett IV

28 August 2021 Bushey II v Letchworth Garden City III Clifton v Preston II Hemel Hempstead Town III v Berkhamsted II Northwood II v Radlett IV Old Cholmeleians v Old Finchleians II

v Letchworth Garden City III v Clifton v Bushey II v Old Cholmeleians v Hemel Hempstead Town III

v Old Cholmeleians v Hemel Hempstead Town III v Berkhamsted II v Bushey II v Letchworth Garden City III

v Hemel Hempstead Town III v Letchworth Garden City III v Bushey II v Berkhamsted II v Old Finchleians II

12 June 2021 Berkhamsted II v Northwood II Bushey II v Hemel Hempstead Town III Letchworth Garden City III v Old Cholmeleians Old Finchleians II v Preston II Radlett IV v Clifton

v Clifton v Old Cholmeleians v Letchworth Garden City III v Hemel Hempstead Town III v Bushey II

24 July 2021 Berkhamsted II v Old Finchleians II Bushey II v Preston II Hemel Hempstead Town III v Northwood II Letchworth Garden City III v Radlett IV Old Cholmeleians v Clifton

v Old Finchleians II v Bushey II v Hemel Hempstead Town III v Letchworth Garden City III v Berkhamsted II

04 September 2021 Berkhamsted II v Bushey II Letchworth Garden City III v Clifton Old Finchleians II v Hemel Hempstead Town III Preston II v Northwood II Radlett IV v Old Cholmeleians

Division Six B 08 May 2021 Abbots Langley II Allenburys & County Hall II Greenwood Park Potten End Rickmansworth II

v Cheshunt Rosedale II v Watton-at-Stone v Hatfield & Crusaders II v Old Elizabethans II v Potters Bar III

19 June 2021 Cheshunt Rosedale II Greenwood Park Hatfield & Crusaders II Potters Bar III Rickmansworth II

v Old Elizabethans II v Allenburys & County Hall II v Watton-at-Stone v Potten End v Abbots Langley II

31 July 2021 Abbots Langley II Greenwood Park Hatfield & Crusaders II Potters Bar III Rickmansworth II

v Potten End v Watton-at-Stone v Allenburys & County Hall II v Cheshunt Rosedale II v Old Elizabethans II

15 May 2021 Cheshunt Rosedale II Hatfield & Crusaders II Old Elizabethans II Potters Bar III Watton-at-Stone

v Rickmansworth II v Potten End v Allenburys & County Hall II v Greenwood Park v Abbots Langley II

26 June 2021 Abbots Langley II Allenburys & County Hall II Hatfield & Crusaders II Potten End Watton-at-Stone

v Greenwood Park v Potters Bar III v Rickmansworth II v Cheshunt Rosedale II v Old Elizabethans II

07 August 2021 Allenburys & County Hall II Cheshunt Rosedale II Old Elizabethans II Potten End Watton-at-Stone

v Abbots Langley II v Hatfield & Crusaders II v Greenwood Park v Rickmansworth II v Potters Bar III

22 May 2021 Abbots Langley II Allenburys & County Hall II Greenwood Park Hatfield & Crusaders II Rickmansworth II

v Old Elizabethans II v Potten End v Cheshunt Rosedale II v Potters Bar III v Watton-at-Stone

03 July 2021 Cheshunt Rosedale II Greenwood Park Hatfield & Crusaders II Potters Bar III Watton-at-Stone

v Allenburys & County Hall II v Rickmansworth II v Old Elizabethans II v Abbots Langley II v Potten End

14 August 2021 Cheshunt Rosedale II Greenwood Park Hatfield & Crusaders II Potters Bar III Rickmansworth II

v Watton-at-Stone v Potten End v Abbots Langley II v Old Elizabethans II v Allenburys & County Hall II

29 May 2021 Allenburys & County Hall II Cheshunt Rosedale II Old Elizabethans II Potten End Watton-at-Stone

v Hatfield & Crusaders II v Potters Bar III v Rickmansworth II v Abbots Langley II v Greenwood Park

10 July 2021 Cheshunt Rosedale II Hatfield & Crusaders II Old Elizabethans II Potters Bar III Watton-at-Stone

v Abbots Langley II v Greenwood Park v Potten End v Rickmansworth II v Allenburys & County Hall II

21 August 2021 Abbots Langley II Allenburys & County Hall II Old Elizabethans II Potten End Watton-at-Stone

v Rickmansworth II v Greenwood Park v Cheshunt Rosedale II v Potters Bar III v Hatfield & Crusaders II

05 June 2021 Abbots Langley II Greenwood Park Hatfield & Crusaders II Potters Bar III Rickmansworth II

v Allenburys & County Hall II v Old Elizabethans II v Cheshunt Rosedale II v Watton-at-Stone v Potten End

17 July 2021 Abbots Langley II Allenburys & County Hall II Greenwood Park Potten End Rickmansworth II

v Watton-at-Stone v Old Elizabethans II v Potters Bar III v Hatfield & Crusaders II v Cheshunt Rosedale II

28 August 2021 Cheshunt Rosedale II Greenwood Park Hatfield & Crusaders II Potters Bar III Watton-at-Stone

v Potten End v Abbots Langley II v Rickmansworth II v Allenburys & County Hall II v Old Elizabethans II

12 June 2021 Abbots Langley II Allenburys & County Hall II Old Elizabethans II Potten End Watton-at-Stone

v Hatfield & Crusaders II v Rickmansworth II v Potters Bar III v Greenwood Park v Cheshunt Rosedale II

24 July 2021 Cheshunt Rosedale II Old Elizabethans II Potten End Potters Bar III Watton-at-Stone

v Greenwood Park v Abbots Langley II v Allenburys & County Hall II v Hatfield & Crusaders II v Rickmansworth II

04 September 2021 Abbots Langley II Allenburys & County Hall II Old Elizabethans II Potten End Rickmansworth II

v Potters Bar III v Cheshunt Rosedale II v Hatfield & Crusaders II v Watton-at-Stone v Greenwood Park

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Division Seven A 08 May 2021 Datchworth II Northwood Town II Old Owens II Weston

v St Margaretsbury II v Flitwick III v Botany Bay v Cockfosters II

26 June 2021 Datchworth II Flitwick III Northwood Town II Weston

v Old Owens II v Cockfosters II v St Margaretsbury II v Stevenage III

14 August 2021 Botany Bay Old Owens II St Margaretsbury II Stevenage III

v Datchworth II v Northwood Town II v Cockfosters II v Flitwick III

15 May 2021 Botany Bay Cockfosters II Flitwick III Stevenage III

v Northwood Town II v Datchworth II v Weston v Old Owens II

03 July 2021 Botany Bay Cockfosters II St Margaretsbury II Stevenage III

v Flitwick III v Northwood Town II v Weston v Datchworth II

21 August 2021 Cockfosters II Flitwick III Northwood Town II Weston

v Botany Bay v St Margaretsbury II v Stevenage III v Old Owens II

22 May 2021 Botany Bay Datchworth II Old Owens II Weston

v Stevenage III v Flitwick III v St Margaretsbury II v Northwood Town II

10 July 2021 Botany Bay Cockfosters II Flitwick III St Margaretsbury II

v Old Owens II v Weston v Northwood Town II v Datchworth II

28 August 2021 Cockfosters II Old Owens II St Margaretsbury II Stevenage III

v Flitwick III v Datchworth II v Northwood Town II v Weston

29 May 2021 Cockfosters II Northwood Town II St Margaretsbury II Weston

v Old Owens II v Datchworth II v Stevenage III v Botany Bay

17 July 2021 Datchworth II Northwood Town II Old Owens II Weston

v Cockfosters II v Botany Bay v Stevenage III v Flitwick III

04 September 2021 Datchworth II Flitwick III Northwood Town II Weston

v Stevenage III v Botany Bay v Cockfosters II v St Margaretsbury II

05 June 2021 Botany Bay Datchworth II Old Owens II Stevenage III

v St Margaretsbury II v Weston v Flitwick III v Cockfosters II

24 July 2021 Flitwick III Northwood Town II St Margaretsbury II Stevenage III

v Datchworth II v Weston v Old Owens II v Botany Bay

12 June 2021 Cockfosters II Datchworth II Flitwick III Northwood Town II

v St Margaretsbury II v Botany Bay v Stevenage III v Old Owens II

31 July 2021 Botany Bay Datchworth II Old Owens II Stevenage III

v Weston v Northwood Town II v Cockfosters II v St Margaretsbury II

19 June 2021 Botany Bay Old Owens II St Margaretsbury II Stevenage III

v Cockfosters II v Weston v Flitwick III v Northwood Town II

07 August 2021 Cockfosters II Flitwick III St Margaretsbury II Weston

v Stevenage III v Old Owens II v Botany Bay v Datchworth II

Division Seven B 08 May 2021 Harpenden Dolphins Hatch End Kings Langley II Offley & Stopsley Ware

v Northampton Exiles II v Bovingdon v Northchurch II v Shenley Village III v Southgate Adelaide II

19 June 2021 Northchurch II Offley & Stopsley Shenley Village III Southgate Adelaide II Ware

v Hatch End v Kings Langley II v Bovingdon v Northampton Exiles II v Harpenden Dolphins

31 July 2021 Kings Langley II Northchurch II Offley & Stopsley Southgate Adelaide II Ware

v Bovingdon v Shenley Village III v Hatch End v Harpenden Dolphins v Northampton Exiles II

15 May 2021 Bovingdon Northampton Exiles II Northchurch II Shenley Village III Southgate Adelaide II

v Harpenden Dolphins v Offley & Stopsley v Ware v Kings Langley II v Hatch End

26 June 2021 Bovingdon Harpenden Dolphins Hatch End Kings Langley II Offley & Stopsley

v Northampton Exiles II v Northchurch II v Shenley Village III v Southgate Adelaide II v Ware

07 August 2021 Bovingdon Harpenden Dolphins Hatch End Northampton Exiles II Shenley Village III

v Ware v Offley & Stopsley v Kings Langley II v Northchurch II v Southgate Adelaide II

22 May 2021 Harpenden Dolphins Kings Langley II Offley & Stopsley Southgate Adelaide II Ware

v Hatch End v Northampton Exiles II v Bovingdon v Northchurch II v Shenley Village III

03 July 2021 Northampton Exiles II Northchurch II Shenley Village III Southgate Adelaide II Ware

v Hatch End v Offley & Stopsley v Harpenden Dolphins v Bovingdon v Kings Langley II

14 August 2021 Kings Langley II Northchurch II Shenley Village III Southgate Adelaide II Ware

v Harpenden Dolphins v Bovingdon v Northampton Exiles II v Offley & Stopsley v Hatch End

29 May 2021 Bovingdon Harpenden Dolphins Hatch End Northampton Exiles II Shenley Village III

v Kings Langley II v Southgate Adelaide II v Offley & Stopsley v Ware v Northchurch II

10 July 2021 Bovingdon Northampton Exiles II Northchurch II Shenley Village III Southgate Adelaide II

v Hatch End v Harpenden Dolphins v Kings Langley II v Offley & Stopsley v Ware

21 August 2021 Bovingdon Harpenden Dolphins Hatch End Northampton Exiles II Offley & Stopsley

v Shenley Village III v Ware v Northchurch II v Southgate Adelaide II v Kings Langley II

05 June 2021 Kings Langley II Northchurch II Offley & Stopsley Southgate Adelaide II Ware

v Hatch End v Northampton Exiles II v Harpenden Dolphins v Shenley Village III v Bovingdon

17 July 2021 Harpenden Dolphins Hatch End Kings Langley II Offley & Stopsley Ware

v Bovingdon v Southgate Adelaide II v Shenley Village III v Northampton Exiles II v Northchurch II

28 August 2021 Northampton Exiles II Northchurch II Shenley Village III Southgate Adelaide II Ware

v Bovingdon v Harpenden Dolphins v Hatch End v Kings Langley II v Offley & Stopsley

12 June 2021 Bovingdon Harpenden Dolphins Hatch End Northampton Exiles II Offley & Stopsley

v Northchurch II v Kings Langley II v Ware v Shenley Village III v Southgate Adelaide II

24 July 2021 Bovingdon Hatch End Northampton Exiles II Northchurch II Shenley Village III

v Offley & Stopsley v Harpenden Dolphins v Kings Langley II v Southgate Adelaide II v Ware

04 September 2021 Bovingdon Harpenden Dolphins Hatch End Kings Langley II Offley & Stopsley

v Southgate Adelaide II v Shenley Village III v Northampton Exiles II v Ware v Northchurch II

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Division Eight A 08 May 2021 Harpenden IV v Lutonian II Little Berkhamsted Sahibs v Aldenham Luton Town & Indians IV v St Albans III Old Cholmeleians II v Chipperfield Clarendon II Pinner v Wheathampstead II

19 June 2021 Harpenden IV v Pinner Luton Town & Indians IV v Old Cholmeleians II Lutonian II v Little Berkhamsted Sahibs St Albans III v Chipperfield Clarendon II Wheathampstead II v Aldenham

31 July 2021 Harpenden IV v Aldenham Luton Town & Indians IV v Chipperfield Clarendon II Lutonian II v Wheathampstead II Pinner v Little Berkhamsted Sahibs St Albans III v Old Cholmeleians II

15 May 2021 Aldenham v Old Cholmeleians II Chipperfield Clarendon II v Pinner Lutonian II v Luton Town & Indians IV St Albans III v Little Berkhamsted Sahibs Wheathampstead II v Harpenden IV

26 June 2021 Aldenham v Chipperfield Clarendon II Harpenden IV v St Albans III Little Berkhamsted Sahibs v Wheathampstead II Old Cholmeleians II v Lutonian II Pinner v Luton Town & Indians IV

07 August 2021 Aldenham v Luton Town & Indians IV Chipperfield Clarendon II v Lutonian II Little Berkhamsted Sahibs v Harpenden IV Old Cholmeleians II v Pinner Wheathampstead II v St Albans III

22 May 2021 Harpenden IV v Chipperfield Clarendon II Luton Town & Indians IV v Wheathampstead II Old Cholmeleians II v Little Berkhamsted Sahibs Pinner v Aldenham St Albans III v Lutonian II

03 July 2021 Chipperfield Clarendon II Luton Town & Indians IV Lutonian II St Albans III Wheathampstead II

14 August 2021 Harpenden IV v Old Cholmeleians II Luton Town & Indians IV v Little Berkhamsted Sahibs Lutonian II v Aldenham St Albans III v Pinner Wheathampstead II v Chipperfield Clarendon II

29 May 2021 Aldenham v Harpenden IV Chipperfield Clarendon II v Luton Town & Indians IV Little Berkhamsted Sahibs v Pinner Old Cholmeleians II v St Albans III Wheathampstead II v Lutonian II

10 July 2021 Aldenham v Little Berkhamsted Sahibs Chipperfield Clarendon II v Old Cholmeleians II Lutonian II v Harpenden IV St Albans III v Luton Town & Indians IV Wheathampstead II v Pinner

21 August 2021 Aldenham v Wheathampstead II Chipperfield Clarendon II v St Albans III Little Berkhamsted Sahibs v Lutonian II Old Cholmeleians II v Luton Town & Indians IV Pinner v Harpenden IV

05 June 2021 Harpenden IV v Little Berkhamsted Sahibs Luton Town & Indians IV v Aldenham Lutonian II v Chipperfield Clarendon II Pinner v Old Cholmeleians II St Albans III v Wheathampstead II

17 July 2021 Harpenden IV v Wheathampstead II Little Berkhamsted Sahibs v St Albans III Luton Town & Indians IV v Lutonian II Old Cholmeleians II v Aldenham Pinner v Chipperfield Clarendon II

28 August 2021 Aldenham v Chipperfield Clarendon II Luton Town & Indians IV v Pinner Lutonian II v Old Cholmeleians II St Albans III v Harpenden IV Wheathampstead II v Little Berkhamsted Sahibs

12 June 2021 Aldenham v Lutonian II Chipperfield Clarendon II v Wheathampstead II Little Berkhamsted Sahibs v Luton Town & Indians IV Old Cholmeleians II v Harpenden IV Pinner v St Albans III

24 July 2021 Aldenham v Pinner Chipperfield Clarendon II v Harpenden IV Little Berkhamsted Sahibs v Old Cholmeleians II Lutonian II v St Albans III Wheathampstead II v Luton Town & Indians IV

04 September 2021 Aldenham v St Albans III Harpenden IV v Luton Town & Indians IV Little Berkhamsted Sahibs v Chipperfield Clarendon II Old Cholmeleians II v Wheathampstead II Pinner v Lutonian II

v Little Berkhamsted Sahibs v Harpenden IV v Pinner v Aldenham v Old Cholmeleians II

Division Eight B 08 May 2021 Dunstable III Leverstock Green III Mill Hill Village II Old Albanian III Totteridge Millhillians III

v Watford Town III v West Herts III v Baldock II v Redbourn III v Old Minchendenians

19 June 2021 Baldock II Leverstock Green III Old Albanian III Redbourn III West Herts III

v Old Minchendenians v Dunstable III v Mill Hill Village II v Totteridge Millhillians III v Watford Town III

31 July 2021 Leverstock Green III Mill Hill Village II Old Albanian III Redbourn III West Herts III

v Watford Town III v Totteridge Millhillians III v Old Minchendenians v Baldock II v Dunstable III

15 May 2021 Baldock II Old Minchendenians Redbourn III Watford Town III West Herts III

v Old Albanian III v Dunstable III v Leverstock Green III v Mill Hill Village II v Totteridge Millhillians III

26 June 2021 Dunstable III Mill Hill Village II Old Albanian III Old Minchendenians Totteridge Millhillians III

v Redbourn III v Leverstock Green III v West Herts III v Watford Town III v Baldock II

07 August 2021 Baldock II Dunstable III Old Minchendenians Totteridge Millhillians III Watford Town III

v West Herts III v Mill Hill Village II v Leverstock Green III v Old Albanian III v Redbourn III

22 May 2021 Dunstable III Leverstock Green III Mill Hill Village II Old Albanian III West Herts III

v Totteridge Millhillians III v Baldock II v Old Minchendenians v Watford Town III v Redbourn III

03 July 2021 Baldock II Leverstock Green III Redbourn III Watford Town III West Herts III

v Dunstable III v Old Albanian III v Mill Hill Village II v Totteridge Millhillians III v Old Minchendenians

14 August 2021 Baldock II Leverstock Green III Old Albanian III Redbourn III West Herts III

v Watford Town III v Totteridge Millhillians III v Dunstable III v Old Minchendenians v Mill Hill Village II

29 May 2021 Baldock II Dunstable III Old Minchendenians Totteridge Millhillians III Watford Town III

v Redbourn III v West Herts III v Old Albanian III v Mill Hill Village II v Leverstock Green III

10 July 2021 Baldock II Old Minchendenians Redbourn III Watford Town III West Herts III

v Mill Hill Village II v Totteridge Millhillians III v Old Albanian III v Dunstable III v Leverstock Green III

21 August 2021 Dunstable III Mill Hill Village II Old Minchendenians Totteridge Millhillians III Watford Town III

v Leverstock Green III v Old Albanian III v Baldock II v Redbourn III v West Herts III

05 June 2021 Leverstock Green III Mill Hill Village II Old Albanian III Redbourn III West Herts III

v Old Minchendenians v Dunstable III v Totteridge Millhillians III v Watford Town III v Baldock II

17 July 2021 Dunstable III Leverstock Green III Mill Hill Village II Old Albanian III Totteridge Millhillians III

v Old Minchendenians v Redbourn III v Watford Town III v Baldock II v West Herts III

28 August 2021 Baldock II Leverstock Green III Redbourn III Watford Town III West Herts III

v Totteridge Millhillians III v Mill Hill Village II v Dunstable III v Old Minchendenians v Old Albanian III

12 June 2021 Dunstable III Mill Hill Village II Old Minchendenians Totteridge Millhillians III Watford Town III

v Old Albanian III v West Herts III v Redbourn III v Leverstock Green III v Baldock II

24 July 2021 Baldock II Old Minchendenians Redbourn III Totteridge Millhillians III Watford Town III

v Leverstock Green III v Mill Hill Village II v West Herts III v Dunstable III v Old Albanian III

04 September 2021 Dunstable III Mill Hill Village II Old Albanian III Old Minchendenians Totteridge Millhillians III

v Baldock II v Redbourn III v Leverstock Green III v West Herts III v Watford Town III

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Division Nine A 08 May 2021 Hatfield Hyde II Hemel Hempstead T. IV Hoddesdon III Sandridge II Welwyn Garden City IV

v Langleybury III v Hitchin III v Knebworth Park III v Bentley Heath II v Southgate Compton

19 June 2021 Hitchin III Hoddesdon III Knebworth Park III Southgate Compton Welwyn Garden City IV

v Bentley Heath II v Hatfield Hyde II v Langleybury III v Sandridge II v Hemel Hempstead T. IV

31 July 2021 Hemel Hempstead T. IV Hoddesdon III Knebworth Park III Southgate Compton Welwyn Garden City IV

v Sandridge II v Langleybury III v Hatfield Hyde II v Hitchin III v Bentley Heath II

15 May 2021 Bentley Heath II Hitchin III Knebworth Park III Langleybury III Southgate Compton

v Hatfield Hyde II v Welwyn Garden City IV v Sandridge II v Hemel Hempstead T. IV v Hoddesdon III

26 June 2021 Bentley Heath II Hatfield Hyde II Hemel Hempstead T. IV Sandridge II Welwyn Garden City IV

v Langleybury III v Southgate Compton v Hoddesdon III v Hitchin III v Knebworth Park III

07 August 2021 Bentley Heath II Hatfield Hyde II Hitchin III Langleybury III Sandridge II

v Hoddesdon III v Hemel Hempstead T. IV v Knebworth Park III v Southgate Compton v Welwyn Garden City IV

22 May 2021 Hatfield Hyde II Hemel Hempstead T. IV Hoddesdon III Knebworth Park III Welwyn Garden City IV

v Sandridge II v Bentley Heath II v Hitchin III v Southgate Compton v Langleybury III

03 July 2021 Hitchin III Hoddesdon III Knebworth Park III Langleybury III Southgate Compton

v Hatfield Hyde II v Welwyn Garden City IV v Bentley Heath II v Sandridge II v Hemel Hempstead T. IV

14 August 2021 Hitchin III Hoddesdon III Knebworth Park III Southgate Compton Welwyn Garden City IV

v Langleybury III v Sandridge II v Hemel Hempstead T. IV v Bentley Heath II v Hatfield Hyde II

29 May 2021 Bentley Heath II Hatfield Hyde II Hitchin III Langleybury III Sandridge II

v Welwyn Garden City IV v Knebworth Park III v Southgate Compton v Hoddesdon III v Hemel Hempstead T. IV

10 July 2021 Bentley Heath II Hitchin III Knebworth Park III Langleybury III Southgate Compton

v Sandridge II v Hemel Hempstead T. IV v Hoddesdon III v Hatfield Hyde II v Welwyn Garden City IV

21 August 2021 Bentley Heath II v Hitchin III Hatfield Hyde II v Hoddesdon III Hemel Hempstead T. IV v Welwyn Garden City IV Langleybury III v Knebworth Park III Sandridge II v Southgate Compton

05 June 2021 Hemel Hempstead T. IV Hoddesdon III Knebworth Park III Southgate Compton Welwyn Garden City IV

v Hatfield Hyde II v Bentley Heath II v Hitchin III v Langleybury III v Sandridge II

17 July 2021 Hatfield Hyde II Hemel Hempstead T. IV Hoddesdon III Sandridge II Welwyn Garden City IV

v Bentley Heath II v Langleybury III v Southgate Compton v Knebworth Park III v Hitchin III

28 August 2021 Hitchin III Hoddesdon III Knebworth Park III Langleybury III Southgate Compton

v Sandridge II v Hemel Hempstead T. IV v Welwyn Garden City IV v Bentley Heath II v Hatfield Hyde II

12 June 2021 Bentley Heath II v Southgate Compton Hatfield Hyde II v Welwyn Garden City IV Hemel Hempstead T. IV v Knebworth Park III Langleybury III v Hitchin III Sandridge II v Hoddesdon III

24 July 2021 Bentley Heath II Hitchin III Langleybury III Sandridge II Southgate Compton

v Hemel Hempstead T. IV v Hoddesdon III v Welwyn Garden City IV v Hatfield Hyde II v Knebworth Park III

04 September 2021 Bentley Heath II Hatfield Hyde II Hemel Hempstead T. IV Langleybury III Welwyn Garden City IV

v Knebworth Park III v Hitchin III v Southgate Compton v Sandridge II v Hoddesdon III

08 May 2021 Bayford & Hertford II Cheshunt Rosedale III Hertford IV Preston III Stevenage IV

v Old Eastcotians v Great Gaddesden v Bushey III v London Colney II v Boxmoor II

19 June 2021 Bushey III Cheshunt Rosedale III Great Gaddesden Hertford IV Old Eastcotians

v Preston III v Stevenage IV v Boxmoor II v Bayford & Hertford II v London Colney II

31 July 2021 Bayford & Hertford II Bushey III Cheshunt Rosedale III Great Gaddesden Hertford IV

v Preston III v Old Eastcotians v Boxmoor II v Stevenage IV v London Colney II

15 May 2021 Boxmoor II Bushey III Great Gaddesden London Colney II Old Eastcotians

v Bayford & Hertford II v Cheshunt Rosedale III v Preston III v Stevenage IV v Hertford IV

26 June 2021 Bayford & Hertford II Hertford IV London Colney II Preston III Stevenage IV

v Cheshunt Rosedale III v Great Gaddesden v Boxmoor II v Old Eastcotians v Bushey III

07 August 2021 Boxmoor II London Colney II Old Eastcotians Preston III Stevenage IV

v Bushey III v Cheshunt Rosedale III v Great Gaddesden v Hertford IV v Bayford & Hertford II

22 May 2021 Bayford & Hertford II Cheshunt Rosedale III Great Gaddesden Hertford IV Stevenage IV

v London Colney II v Old Eastcotians v Bushey III v Boxmoor II v Preston III

03 July 2021 Boxmoor II Bushey III Cheshunt Rosedale III Great Gaddesden Old Eastcotians

v Preston III v Bayford & Hertford II v Hertford IV v London Colney II v Stevenage IV

14 August 2021 Bushey III Cheshunt Rosedale III Great Gaddesden Hertford IV Old Eastcotians

v London Colney II v Preston III v Bayford & Hertford II v Stevenage IV v Boxmoor II

29 May 2021 Boxmoor II London Colney II Old Eastcotians Preston III Stevenage IV

v Cheshunt Rosedale III v Hertford IV v Bushey III v Bayford & Hertford II v Great Gaddesden

10 July 2021 Boxmoor II Bushey III Great Gaddesden London Colney II Old Eastcotians

v Stevenage IV v Hertford IV v Cheshunt Rosedale III v Preston III v Bayford & Hertford II

21 August 2021 Bayford & Hertford II Boxmoor II London Colney II Preston III Stevenage IV

v Hertford IV v Great Gaddesden v Old Eastcotians v Bushey III v Cheshunt Rosedale III

05 June 2021 Bayford & Hertford II Bushey III Cheshunt Rosedale III Great Gaddesden Hertford IV

v Stevenage IV v Boxmoor II v London Colney II v Old Eastcotians v Preston III

17 July 2021 Bayford & Hertford II Cheshunt Rosedale III Hertford IV Preston III Stevenage IV

v Boxmoor II v Bushey III v Old Eastcotians v Great Gaddesden v London Colney II

28 August 2021 Boxmoor II Bushey III Cheshunt Rosedale III Great Gaddesden Old Eastcotians

v London Colney II v Stevenage IV v Bayford & Hertford II v Hertford IV v Preston III

12 June 2021 Bayford & Hertford II Boxmoor II London Colney II Preston III Stevenage IV

v Great Gaddesden v Old Eastcotians v Bushey III v Cheshunt Rosedale III v Hertford IV

24 July 2021 Boxmoor II Bushey III London Colney II Old Eastcotians Preston III

v Hertford IV v Great Gaddesden v Bayford & Hertford II v Cheshunt Rosedale III v Stevenage IV

04 September 2021 Bayford & Hertford II Hertford IV London Colney II Preston III Stevenage IV

v Bushey III v Cheshunt Rosedale III v Great Gaddesden v Boxmoor II v Old Eastcotians

Division Nine B

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Division Ten A 08 May 2021 Holtwhites Trinibis III v Pinner II Letchworth Garden City IV v Reed III Northwood III v Old Haberdashers II Rickmansworth III v Bamville West Herts IV v Harpenden V

19 June 2021 Bamville v West Herts IV Letchworth Garden City IV v Northwood III Pinner II v Harpenden V Reed III v Old Haberdashers II Rickmansworth III v Holtwhites Trinibis III

31 July 2021 Bamville v Pinner II Holtwhites Trinibis III v West Herts IV Letchworth Garden City IV v Old Haberdashers II Reed III v Northwood III Rickmansworth III v Harpenden V

15 May 2021 Bamville Harpenden V Old Haberdashers II Pinner II Reed III

26 June 2021 Harpenden V Holtwhites Trinibis III Northwood III Reed III West Herts IV

07 August 2021 Harpenden V Northwood III Old Haberdashers II Pinner II West Herts IV

v Letchworth Garden City IV v Northwood III v Holtwhites Trinibis III v Rickmansworth III v West Herts IV

v Old Haberdashers II v Letchworth Garden City IV v Bamville v Rickmansworth III v Pinner II

v Letchworth Garden City IV v Holtwhites Trinibis III v Bamville v Reed III v Rickmansworth III

22 May 2021 Holtwhites Trinibis III v Harpenden V Letchworth Garden City IV v Pinner II Northwood III v West Herts IV Reed III v Bamville Rickmansworth III v Old Haberdashers II

03 July 2021 Bamville v Holtwhites Trinibis III Letchworth Garden City IV v Rickmansworth III Old Haberdashers II v West Herts IV Pinner II v Northwood III Reed III v Harpenden V

14 August 2021 Bamville v Harpenden V Letchworth Garden City IV v West Herts IV Pinner II v Old Haberdashers II Reed III v Holtwhites Trinibis III Rickmansworth III v Northwood III

29 May 2021 Harpenden V Northwood III Old Haberdashers II Pinner II West Herts IV

10 July 2021 Bamville Harpenden V Old Haberdashers II Pinner II Reed III

21 August 2021 Harpenden V Holtwhites Trinibis III Northwood III Old Haberdashers II West Herts IV

v Rickmansworth III v Reed III v Letchworth Garden City IV v Bamville v Holtwhites Trinibis III

v Rickmansworth III v West Herts IV v Northwood III v Holtwhites Trinibis III v Letchworth Garden City IV

v Pinner II v Rickmansworth III v Letchworth Garden City IV v Reed III v Bamville

05 June 2021 Bamville v Old Haberdashers II Holtwhites Trinibis III v Northwood III Letchworth Garden City IV v Harpenden V Reed III v Pinner II Rickmansworth III v West Herts IV

17 July 2021 Holtwhites Trinibis III v Old Haberdashers II Letchworth Garden City IV v Bamville Northwood III v Harpenden V Rickmansworth III v Pinner II West Herts IV v Reed III

28 August 2021 Bamville v Northwood III Letchworth Garden City IV v Holtwhites Trinibis III Old Haberdashers II v Harpenden V Pinner II v West Herts IV Reed III v Rickmansworth III

12 June 2021 Harpenden V Holtwhites Trinibis III Northwood III Old Haberdashers II West Herts IV

24 July 2021 Bamville Harpenden V Old Haberdashers II Pinner II West Herts IV

04 September 2021 Harpenden V Holtwhites Trinibis III Northwood III Rickmansworth III West Herts IV

v Bamville v Reed III v Rickmansworth III v Pinner II v Letchworth Garden City IV

v Reed III v Holtwhites Trinibis III v Rickmansworth III v Letchworth Garden City IV v Northwood III

v Reed III v Bamville v Pinner II v Letchworth Garden City IV v Old Haberdashers II

Division Ten B 08 May 2021 Chorleywood III Flamstead II Mill Hill Village III North Enfield II Northampton Exiles III

19 June 2021 Flamstead II Letchmore North Enfield II Old Elizabethans III Parkfield & Headstone II

v Chorleywood III v Hoddesdon IV v Northampton Exiles III v Preston IV v Mill Hill Village III

31 July 2021 Flamstead II North Enfield II Northampton Exiles III Parkfield & Headstone II Preston IV

v Old Elizabethans III v Hoddesdon IV v Mill Hill Village III v Letchmore v Chorleywood III

15 May 2021 Letchmore v North Enfield II Hoddesdon IV v Chorleywood III Old Elizabethans III v Northampton Exiles III Parkfield & Headstone II v Flamstead II Preston IV v Mill Hill Village III

26 June 2021 Chorleywood III Hoddesdon IV Mill Hill Village III North Enfield II Northampton Exiles III

v Parkfield & Headstone II v Old Elizabethans III v Letchmore v Preston IV v Flamstead II

07 August 2021 Chorleywood III Letchmore Hoddesdon IV Mill Hill Village III Old Elizabethans III

v Northampton Exiles III v Preston IV v Flamstead II v North Enfield II v Parkfield & Headstone II

22 May 2021 Chorleywood III Flamstead II North Enfield II Northampton Exiles III Preston IV

v Mill Hill Village III v Letchmore v Old Elizabethans III v Hoddesdon IV v Parkfield & Headstone II

03 July 2021 Flamstead II v North Enfield II Letchmore v Chorleywood III Old Elizabethans III v Mill Hill Village III Parkfield & Headstone II v Northampton Exiles III Preston IV v Hoddesdon IV

14 August 2021 Flamstead II v Mill Hill Village III Letchmore v Old Elizabethans III North Enfield II v Chorleywood III Parkfield & Headstone II v Hoddesdon IV Preston IV v Northampton Exiles III

29 May 2021 Chorleywood III Letchmore Hoddesdon IV Mill Hill Village III Old Elizabethans III

v Preston IV v Parkfield & Headstone II v North Enfield II v Northampton Exiles III v Flamstead II

10 July 2021 Letchmore v Northampton Exiles III Hoddesdon IV v Mill Hill Village III Old Elizabethans III v Chorleywood III Parkfield & Headstone II v North Enfield II Preston IV v Flamstead II

21 August 2021 Chorleywood III Hoddesdon IV Mill Hill Village III Northampton Exiles III Old Elizabethans III

v Flamstead II v Letchmore v Parkfield & Headstone II v North Enfield II v Preston IV

05 June 2021 Flamstead II North Enfield II Northampton Exiles III Parkfield & Headstone II Preston IV

v Hoddesdon IV v Mill Hill Village III v Chorleywood III v Old Elizabethans III v Letchmore

17 July 2021 Chorleywood III Flamstead II Mill Hill Village III North Enfield II Northampton Exiles III

v Hoddesdon IV v Parkfield & Headstone II v Preston IV v Letchmore v Old Elizabethans III

28 August 2021 Letchmore Northampton Exiles III Old Elizabethans III Parkfield & Headstone II Preston IV

v Mill Hill Village III v Flamstead II v Hoddesdon IV v Chorleywood III v North Enfield II

12 June 2021 Chorleywood III Hoddesdon IV Mill Hill Village III Northampton Exiles III Old Elizabethans III

v North Enfield II v Parkfield & Headstone II v Flamstead II v Preston IV v Letchmore

24 July 2021 Letchmore Hoddesdon IV Mill Hill Village III Old Elizabethans III Parkfield & Headstone II

v Flamstead II v Northampton Exiles III v Chorleywood III v North Enfield II v Preston IV

04 September 2021 Chorleywood III Hoddesdon IV Mill Hill Village III North Enfield II Northampton Exiles III

v Letchmore v Preston IV v Old Elizabethans III v Flamstead II v Parkfield & Headstone II

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v Old Elizabethans III v Preston IV v Hoddesdon IV v Parkfield & Headstone II v Letchmore


Regional Division A East 08 May 2021 Cockfosters III Datchworth III Hitchin IV Ickleford III Potters Bar IV

v Hertingfordbury II v Stevenage V v Broxbourne III v St Margaretsbury III v Tewin II

19 June 2021 Broxbourne III Cockfosters III Datchworth III Stevenage V Tewin II

v St Margaretsbury III v Potters Bar IV v Hitchin IV v Ickleford III v Hertingfordbury II

31 July 2021 Cockfosters III Datchworth III Hertingfordbury II Hitchin IV Stevenage V

v Tewin II v St Margaretsbury III v Potters Bar IV v Ickleford III v Broxbourne III

15 May 2021 Broxbourne III Hertingfordbury II St Margaretsbury III Stevenage V Tewin II

v Datchworth III v Ickleford III v Potters Bar IV v Cockfosters III v Hitchin IV

26 June 2021 Datchworth III Hitchin IV Ickleford III Potters Bar IV St Margaretsbury III

v Hertingfordbury II v Cockfosters III v Broxbourne III v Stevenage V v Tewin II

07 August 2021 Broxbourne III Ickleford III Potters Bar IV St Margaretsbury III Tewin II

v Hertingfordbury II v Datchworth III v Hitchin IV v Cockfosters III v Stevenage V

22 May 2021 Cockfosters III Datchworth III Hertingfordbury II Hitchin IV Potters Bar IV

v Broxbourne III v Tewin II v Stevenage V v St Margaretsbury III v Ickleford III

03 July 2021 Broxbourne III Cockfosters III Hertingfordbury II Stevenage V Tewin II

v Potters Bar IV v Datchworth III v St Margaretsbury III v Hitchin IV v Ickleford III

14 August 2021 Broxbourne III Cockfosters III Datchworth III Hertingfordbury II Stevenage V

v Tewin II v Ickleford III v Potters Bar IV v Hitchin IV v St Margaretsbury III

29 May 2021 Broxbourne III Ickleford III Potters Bar IV St Margaretsbury III Tewin II

v Stevenage V v Hitchin IV v Hertingfordbury II v Datchworth III v Cockfosters III

10 July 2021 Broxbourne III Hertingfordbury II St Margaretsbury III Stevenage V Tewin II

v Hitchin IV v Cockfosters III v Ickleford III v Datchworth III v Potters Bar IV

21 August 2021 Hitchin IV Ickleford III Potters Bar IV St Margaretsbury III Tewin II

v Datchworth III v Stevenage V v Cockfosters III v Broxbourne III v Hertingfordbury II

05 June 2021 Cockfosters III Datchworth III Hertingfordbury II Hitchin IV Stevenage V

v St Margaretsbury III v Ickleford III v Broxbourne III v Potters Bar IV v Tewin II

17 July 2021 Cockfosters III Datchworth III Hitchin IV Ickleford III Potters Bar IV

v Stevenage V v Broxbourne III v Tewin II v Hertingfordbury II v St Margaretsbury III

28 August 2021 Broxbourne III Cockfosters III Hertingfordbury II Stevenage V Tewin II

v Ickleford III v Hitchin IV v Datchworth III v Potters Bar IV v St Margaretsbury III

12 June 2021 Hitchin IV Ickleford III Potters Bar IV St Margaretsbury III Tewin II

v Hertingfordbury II v Cockfosters III v Datchworth III v Stevenage V v Broxbourne III

24 July 2021 Broxbourne III Ickleford III St Margaretsbury III Stevenage V Tewin II

v Cockfosters III v Potters Bar IV v Hitchin IV v Hertingfordbury II v Datchworth III

04 September 2021 Broxbourne III Datchworth III Hitchin IV Ickleford III St Margaretsbury III

v Potters Bar IV v Cockfosters III v Stevenage V v Tewin II v Hertingfordbury II

Regional Division A West 08 May 2021 Boxmoor III Harpenden VI Shenley Village IV St Albans IV Watford Town IV

v Old Albanian IV v Potten End II v Berkhamsted III v Abbots Langley III v Markyate & Luton Town

19 June 2021 Berkhamsted III Harpenden VI Markyate & Luton Town Potten End II Watford Town IV

v Abbots Langley III v Boxmoor III v St Albans IV v Old Albanian IV v Shenley Village IV

31 July 2021 Harpenden VI Markyate & Luton Town Potten End II Shenley Village IV Watford Town IV

v Old Albanian IV v Berkhamsted III v Boxmoor III v St Albans IV v Abbots Langley III

15 May 2021 Abbots Langley III Berkhamsted III Markyate & Luton Town Old Albanian IV Potten End II

v Boxmoor III v Watford Town IV v Harpenden VI v Shenley Village IV v St Albans IV

26 June 2021 Abbots Langley III Boxmoor III Shenley Village IV St Albans IV Watford Town IV

v Old Albanian IV v Markyate & Luton Town v Harpenden VI v Berkhamsted III v Potten End II

07 August 2021 Abbots Langley III Berkhamsted III Boxmoor III Old Albanian IV St Albans IV

v Harpenden VI v Potten End II v Shenley Village IV v Markyate & Luton Town v Watford Town IV

22 May 2021 Boxmoor III Harpenden VI Potten End II Shenley Village IV Watford Town IV

v St Albans IV v Berkhamsted III v Markyate & Luton Town v Abbots Langley III v Old Albanian IV

03 July 2021 Berkhamsted III Harpenden VI Markyate & Luton Town Old Albanian IV Potten End II

v Boxmoor III v Watford Town IV v Shenley Village IV v St Albans IV v Abbots Langley III

14 August 2021 Berkhamsted III Harpenden VI Markyate & Luton Town Potten End II Watford Town IV

v Old Albanian IV v St Albans IV v Abbots Langley III v Shenley Village IV v Boxmoor III

29 May 2021 Abbots Langley III Berkhamsted III Boxmoor III Old Albanian IV St Albans IV

v Watford Town IV v Markyate & Luton Town v Potten End II v Harpenden VI v Shenley Village IV

10 July 2021 Abbots Langley III Berkhamsted III Markyate & Luton Town Old Albanian IV Potten End II

v St Albans IV v Shenley Village IV v Watford Town IV v Boxmoor III v Harpenden VI

21 August 2021 Abbots Langley III Boxmoor III Old Albanian IV Shenley Village IV St Albans IV

v Berkhamsted III v Harpenden VI v Potten End II v Watford Town IV v Markyate & Luton Town

05 June 2021 Harpenden VI Markyate & Luton Town Potten End II Shenley Village IV Watford Town IV

v Abbots Langley III v Old Albanian IV v Berkhamsted III v Boxmoor III v St Albans IV

17 July 2021 Boxmoor III Harpenden VI Shenley Village IV St Albans IV Watford Town IV

v Abbots Langley III v Markyate & Luton Town v Old Albanian IV v Potten End II v Berkhamsted III

28 August 2021 Berkhamsted III Harpenden VI Markyate & Luton Town Old Albanian IV Potten End II

v St Albans IV v Shenley Village IV v Boxmoor III v Abbots Langley III v Watford Town IV

12 June 2021 Boxmoor III Markyate & Luton Town Old Albanian IV Shenley Village IV St Albans IV

v Watford Town IV v Abbots Langley III v Berkhamsted III v Potten End II v Harpenden VI

24 July 2021 Abbots Langley III Berkhamsted III Markyate & Luton Town Old Albanian IV St Albans IV

v Shenley Village IV v Harpenden VI v Potten End II v Watford Town IV v Boxmoor III

04 September 2021 Abbots Langley III Boxmoor III Shenley Village IV St Albans IV Watford Town IV

v Potten End II v Berkhamsted III v Markyate & Luton Town v Old Albanian IV v Harpenden VI

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Regional Division B East 08 May 2021 Baldock III Botany Bay II Edmonton Hatfield & Crusaders III Welwyn Garden City V

19 June 2021 Hatfield & Crusaders III Hatfield Hyde III Little B Sahibs II Old Owens III Welwyn Garden City V

v Baldock III v Botany Bay II v Letchworth Garden City V v Ware II v Edmonton

31 July 2021 Edmonton Hatfield & Crusaders III Hatfield Hyde III Little B Sahibs II Welwyn Garden City V

15 May 2021 Hatfield Hyde III v Hatfield & Crusaders III Letchworth Garden City V v Edmonton Little B Sahibs II v Botany Bay II Old Owens III v Welwyn Garden City V Ware II v Baldock III

26 June 2021 Baldock III Botany Bay II Edmonton Ware II Welwyn Garden City V

v Hatfield Hyde III v Old Owens III v Hatfield & Crusaders III v Letchworth Garden City V v Little B Sahibs II

07 August 2021 Baldock III v Edmonton Botany Bay II v Welwyn Garden City V Letchworth Garden City V v Hatfield Hyde III Old Owens III v Little B Sahibs II Ware II v Hatfield & Crusaders III

22 May 2021 Baldock III Edmonton Hatfield & Crusaders III Little B Sahibs II Welwyn Garden City V

03 July 2021 Hatfield & Crusaders III v Welwyn Garden City V Hatfield Hyde III v Edmonton Letchworth Garden City V v Botany Bay II Little B Sahibs II v Ware II Old Owens III v Baldock III

14 August 2021 Hatfield & Crusaders III Hatfield Hyde III Little B Sahibs II Old Owens III Welwyn Garden City V

29 May 2021 Baldock III v Little B Sahibs II Botany Bay II v Edmonton Letchworth Garden City V v Hatfield & Crusaders III Old Owens III v Hatfield Hyde III Ware II v Welwyn Garden City V

10 July 2021 Hatfield Hyde III v Welwyn Garden City V Letchworth Garden City V v Baldock III Little B Sahibs II v Hatfield & Crusaders III Old Owens III v Edmonton Ware II v Botany Bay II

21 August 2021 Baldock III v Hatfield & Crusaders III Botany Bay II v Hatfield Hyde III Edmonton v Welwyn Garden City V Letchworth Garden City V v Little B Sahibs II Ware II v Old Owens III

05 June 2021 Edmonton Hatfield & Crusaders III Hatfield Hyde III Little B Sahibs II Welwyn Garden City V

17 July 2021 Baldock III Botany Bay II Edmonton Hatfield & Crusaders III Welwyn Garden City V

28 August 2021 Hatfield & Crusaders III v Edmonton Hatfield Hyde III v Baldock III Letchworth Garden City V v Ware II Little B Sahibs II v Welwyn Garden City V Old Owens III v Botany Bay II

v Letchworth Garden City V v Ware II v Old Owens III v Little B Sahibs II v Hatfield Hyde III

v Botany Bay II v Ware II v Old Owens III v Hatfield Hyde III v Letchworth Garden City V

v Baldock III v Ware II v Letchworth Garden City V v Old Owens III v Botany Bay II

12 June 2021 Botany Bay II v Hatfield & Crusaders III Edmonton v Little B Sahibs II Letchworth Garden City V v Old Owens III Ware II v Hatfield Hyde III Welwyn Garden City V v Baldock III

v Ware II v Little B Sahibs II v Letchworth Garden City V v Hatfield Hyde III v Old Owens III

24 July 2021 Botany Bay II v Baldock III Hatfield Hyde III v Little B Sahibs II Letchworth Garden City V v Welwyn Garden City V Old Owens III v Hatfield & Crusaders III Ware II v Edmonton

04 September 2021 Baldock III Botany Bay II Edmonton Ware II Welwyn Garden City V

v Botany Bay II v Letchworth Garden City V v Old Owens III v Baldock III v Ware II

v Botany Bay II v Ware II v Edmonton v Letchworth Garden City V v Baldock III

v Old Owens III v Letchworth Garden City V v Hatfield Hyde III v Little B Sahibs II v Hatfield & Crusaders III

Regional Division B West 08 May 2021 Chipperfield Clarendon III v Hatch End II Northwood Town III v Wheathampstead III Old Camdenians II v Leverstock Green IV Old Minchendenians II v Northwood IV Redbourn IV v Rickmansworth IV

19 June 2021 Chipperfield Clarendon III v Redbourn IV Hatch End II v Rickmansworth IV Northwood IV v Old Camdenians II Old Minchendenians II v Northwood Town III Wheathampstead III v Leverstock Green IV

31 July 2021 Chipperfield Clarendon III v Rickmansworth IV Hatch End II v Redbourn IV Northwood IV v Wheathampstead III Northwood Town III v Old Camdenians II Old Minchendenians II v Leverstock Green IV

15 May 2021 Hatch End II Leverstock Green IV Northwood IV Old Minchendenians II Rickmansworth IV

26 June 2021 Leverstock Green IV Northwood Town III Old Camdenians II Old Minchendenians II Redbourn IV

07 August 2021 Leverstock Green IV Old Camdenians II Redbourn IV Rickmansworth IV Wheathampstead III

v Old Camdenians II v Redbourn IV v Chipperfield Clarendon III v Wheathampstead III v Northwood Town III

v Rickmansworth IV v Chipperfield Clarendon III v Wheathampstead III v Hatch End II v Northwood IV

v Chipperfield Clarendon III v Old Minchendenians II v Northwood Town III v Northwood IV v Hatch End II

22 May 2021 Chipperfield Clarendon III v Wheathampstead III Hatch End II v Northwood IV Northwood Town III v Leverstock Green IV Old Minchendenians II v Rickmansworth IV Redbourn IV v Old Camdenians II

03 July 2021 Chipperfield Clarendon III v Old Minchendenians II Hatch End II v Leverstock Green IV Northwood IV v Northwood Town III Rickmansworth IV v Old Camdenians II Wheathampstead III v Redbourn IV

14 August 2021 Chipperfield Clarendon III v Old Camdenians II Hatch End II v Northwood Town III Northwood IV v Leverstock Green IV Old Minchendenians II v Redbourn IV Wheathampstead III v Rickmansworth IV

29 May 2021 Leverstock Green IV Northwood IV Old Camdenians II Redbourn IV Rickmansworth IV

10 July 2021 Hatch End II Leverstock Green IV Northwood IV Rickmansworth IV Wheathampstead III

21 August 2021 Leverstock Green IV Northwood Town III Old Camdenians II Redbourn IV Rickmansworth IV

v Old Minchendenians II v Wheathampstead III v Northwood Town III v Hatch End II v Chipperfield Clarendon III

v Chipperfield Clarendon III v Old Camdenians II v Old Minchendenians II v Redbourn IV v Northwood Town III

v Wheathampstead III v Old Minchendenians II v Northwood IV v Chipperfield Clarendon III v Hatch End II

05 June 2021 Chipperfield Clarendon III v Leverstock Green IV Hatch End II v Wheathampstead III Northwood IV v Rickmansworth IV Northwood Town III v Redbourn IV Old Minchendenians II v Old Camdenians II

17 July 2021 Chipperfield Clarendon III v Northwood IV Northwood Town III v Rickmansworth IV Old Camdenians II v Hatch End II Old Minchendenians II v Wheathampstead III Redbourn IV v Leverstock Green IV

28 August 2021 Chipperfield Clarendon III v Northwood Town III Hatch End II v Old Minchendenians II Northwood IV v Redbourn IV Rickmansworth IV v Leverstock Green IV Wheathampstead III v Old Camdenians II

12 June 2021 Leverstock Green IV Northwood Town III Old Camdenians II Redbourn IV Rickmansworth IV

24 July 2021 Leverstock Green IV Northwood IV Old Camdenians II Rickmansworth IV Wheathampstead III

04 September 2021 Leverstock Green IV Northwood Town III Old Camdenians II Old Minchendenians II Redbourn IV

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v Northwood IV v Hatch End II v Chipperfield Clarendon III v Old Minchendenians II v Wheathampstead III

v Northwood Town III v Hatch End II v Redbourn IV v Old Minchendenians II v Chipperfield Clarendon III

v Hatch End II v Northwood IV v Rickmansworth IV v Chipperfield Clarendon III v Wheathampstead III


Regional Division C East 08 May 2021 Broxbourne IV Cheshunt Rosedale IV North Mymms III St Margaretsbury IV

v Tye Green v Hoddesdon V v Southgate Adelaide III v Mill Hill Village IV

12 June 2021 Broxbourne IV Cheshunt Rosedale IV Hoddesdon V North Mymms III

v Mill Hill Village IV v Southgate Adelaide III v Tye Green v St Margaretsbury IV

17 July 2021 Broxbourne IV Cheshunt Rosedale IV North Mymms III St Margaretsbury IV

v Southgate Adelaide III v Mill Hill Village IV v Hoddesdon V v Tye Green

15 May 2021 Hoddesdon V Mill Hill Village IV Southgate Adelaide III Tye Green

v North Mymms III v Cheshunt Rosedale IV v Broxbourne IV v St Margaretsbury IV

19 June 2021 Mill Hill Village IV Southgate Adelaide III St Margaretsbury IV Tye Green

v North Mymms III v Hoddesdon V v Broxbourne IV v Cheshunt Rosedale IV

24 July 2021 Cheshunt Rosedale IV Hoddesdon V Southgate Adelaide III Tye Green

v North Mymms III v Broxbourne IV v St Margaretsbury IV v Mill Hill Village IV

22 May 2021 Broxbourne IV Mill Hill Village IV North Mymms III St Margaretsbury IV

v Hoddesdon V v Tye Green v Cheshunt Rosedale IV v Southgate Adelaide III

26 June 2021 Broxbourne IV Cheshunt Rosedale IV Hoddesdon V North Mymms III

v St Margaretsbury IV v Tye Green v Southgate Adelaide III v Mill Hill Village IV

31 July 2021 Broxbourne IV Mill Hill Village IV St Margaretsbury IV Tye Green

v Cheshunt Rosedale IV v Southgate Adelaide III v Hoddesdon V v North Mymms III

29 May 2021 Cheshunt Rosedale IV Hoddesdon V North Mymms III Southgate Adelaide III

v Broxbourne IV v St Margaretsbury IV v Tye Green v Mill Hill Village IV

03 July 2021 Mill Hill Village IV Southgate Adelaide III St Margaretsbury IV Tye Green

v Broxbourne IV v Cheshunt Rosedale IV v North Mymms III v Hoddesdon V

07 August 2021 Cheshunt Rosedale IV Hoddesdon V North Mymms III Southgate Adelaide III

v St Margaretsbury IV v Mill Hill Village IV v Broxbourne IV v Tye Green

05 June 2021 Broxbourne IV Mill Hill Village IV St Margaretsbury IV Tye Green

v North Mymms III v Hoddesdon V v Cheshunt Rosedale IV v Southgate Adelaide III

10 July 2021 Hoddesdon V Mill Hill Village IV Southgate Adelaide III Tye Green

v Cheshunt Rosedale IV v St Margaretsbury IV v North Mymms III v Broxbourne IV

Note: Teams in Regional Division C East can rearrange a fixture to a mutually agreed Saturday between 14th August and 4th September inclusive

Regional Division C West 08 May 2021 Batchworth Berkhamsted IV Bushey IV Kings Langley III Northwood V

v West Herts V v Northwood Town IV v Watford Town V v Pinner III v Chorleywood IV

19 June 2021 Batchworth Chorleywood IV Northwood Town IV Northwood V West Herts V

v Bushey IV v Kings Langley III v Pinner III v Berkhamsted IV v Watford Town V

31 July 2021 Batchworth Berkhamsted IV Chorleywood IV Northwood V West Herts V

v Watford Town V v Kings Langley III v Northwood Town IV v Pinner III v Bushey IV

15 May 2021 Chorleywood IV Northwood V Pinner III Watford Town V West Herts V

v Batchworth v Northwood Town IV v Bushey IV v Berkhamsted IV v Kings Langley III

26 June 2021 Berkhamsted IV Bushey IV Kings Langley III Northwood V Pinner III

v Batchworth v Chorleywood IV v Northwood Town IV v West Herts V v Watford Town V

07 August 2021 Bushey IV Kings Langley III Northwood Town IV Pinner III Watford Town V

v Berkhamsted IV v Northwood V v West Herts V v Batchworth v Chorleywood IV

22 May 2021 Batchworth Berkhamsted IV Bushey IV Northwood V West Herts V

v Northwood Town IV v Pinner III v Kings Langley III v Watford Town V v Chorleywood IV

03 July 2021 Batchworth Chorleywood IV Northwood Town IV Watford Town V West Herts V

v Northwood V v Berkhamsted IV v Bushey IV v Kings Langley III v Pinner III

14 August 2021 Batchworth Chorleywood IV Northwood Town IV Northwood V West Herts V

v Kings Langley III v Pinner III v Watford Town V v Bushey IV v Berkhamsted IV

29 May 2021 Bushey IV Kings Langley III Northwood Town IV Pinner III Watford Town V

v West Herts V v Berkhamsted IV v Chorleywood IV v Northwood V v Batchworth

10 July 2021 Chorleywood IV Northwood Town IV Pinner III Watford Town V West Herts V

v Northwood V v Berkhamsted IV v Kings Langley III v Bushey IV v Batchworth

21 August 2021 Berkhamsted IV Bushey IV Kings Langley III Pinner III Watford Town V

v Northwood V v Batchworth v Chorleywood IV v Northwood Town IV v West Herts V

05 June 2021 Batchworth Berkhamsted IV Chorleywood IV Northwood V West Herts V

v Pinner III v Bushey IV v Watford Town V v Kings Langley III v Northwood Town IV

17 July 2021 Batchworth Berkhamsted IV Bushey IV Kings Langley III Northwood V

v Chorleywood IV v Watford Town V v Pinner III v West Herts V v Northwood Town IV

28 August 2021 Batchworth Chorleywood IV Northwood Town IV Watford Town V West Herts V

v Berkhamsted IV v Bushey IV v Kings Langley III v Pinner III v Northwood V

12 June 2021 Berkhamsted IV Bushey IV Kings Langley III Pinner III Watford Town V

v West Herts V v Northwood V v Batchworth v Chorleywood IV v Northwood Town IV

24 July 2021 Chorleywood IV Kings Langley III Northwood Town IV Pinner III Watford Town V

v West Herts V v Bushey IV v Batchworth v Berkhamsted IV v Northwood V

04 September 2021 Berkhamsted IV Bushey IV Kings Langley III Northwood V Pinner III

v Chorleywood IV v Northwood Town IV v Watford Town V v Batchworth v West Herts V

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Regional Division C North 08 May 2021 Baldock IV Flitwick IV Hatfield Hyde IV Knebworth Park IV

v Hitchin V v Ickleford IV v Datchworth IV v Tewin III

19 June 2021 Baldock IV Flitwick IV Hitchin V Ickleford IV

v Wheathampstead IV v Hatfield Hyde IV v Knebworth Park IV v Datchworth IV

31 July 2021 Baldock IV Flitwick IV Ickleford IV Wheathampstead IV

v Tewin III v Datchworth IV v Hatfield Hyde IV v Knebworth Park IV

15 May 2021 Datchworth IV Hitchin V Ickleford IV Tewin III

v Wheathampstead IV v Flitwick IV v Knebworth Park IV v Hatfield Hyde IV

26 June 2021 Baldock IV Hatfield Hyde IV Tewin III Wheathampstead IV

v Ickleford IV v Hitchin V v Datchworth IV v Flitwick IV

07 August 2021 Datchworth IV Hatfield Hyde IV Knebworth Park IV Tewin III

v Hitchin V v Wheathampstead IV v Baldock IV v Flitwick IV

22 May 2021 Baldock IV Hatfield Hyde IV Ickleford IV Tewin III

v Datchworth IV v Knebworth Park IV v Hitchin V v Wheathampstead IV

03 July 2021 Datchworth IV Flitwick IV Hitchin V Ickleford IV

v Knebworth Park IV v Baldock IV v Wheathampstead IV v Tewin III

14 August 2021 Baldock IV Flitwick IV Hitchin V Ickleford IV

v Hatfield Hyde IV v Knebworth Park IV v Tewin III v Wheathampstead IV

29 May 2021 Datchworth IV Hatfield Hyde IV Knebworth Park IV Tewin III

v Flitwick IV v Ickleford IV v Wheathampstead IV v Baldock IV

10 July 2021 Datchworth IV Hitchin V Ickleford IV Tewin III

v Hatfield Hyde IV v Baldock IV v Flitwick IV v Knebworth Park IV

21 August 2021 Datchworth IV Hatfield Hyde IV Knebworth Park IV Wheathampstead IV

v Ickleford IV v Flitwick IV v Hitchin V v Baldock IV

05 June 2021 Baldock IV Flitwick IV Hitchin V Wheathampstead IV

v Knebworth Park IV v Tewin III v Datchworth IV v Hatfield Hyde IV

17 July 2021 Flitwick IV Hatfield Hyde IV Knebworth Park IV Wheathampstead IV

v Hitchin V v Tewin III v Ickleford IV v Datchworth IV

28 August 2021 Datchworth IV Flitwick IV Hitchin V Ickleford IV

v Tewin III v Wheathampstead IV v Hatfield Hyde IV v Baldock IV

12 June 2021 Hatfield Hyde IV Knebworth Park IV Tewin III Wheathampstead IV

v Baldock IV v Flitwick IV v Hitchin V v Ickleford IV

24 July 2021 Datchworth IV Hitchin V Knebworth Park IV Tewin III

v Baldock IV v Ickleford IV v Hatfield Hyde IV v Wheathampstead IV

04 September 2021 Baldock IV Knebworth Park IV Tewin III Wheathampstead IV

v Flitwick IV v Datchworth IV v Ickleford IV v Hitchin V

Paid player/coach 2021

A survey of clubs in 2020 showed that a large majority is strongly in favour of keeping the existing rule prohibiting payment of any player (in divisions below the Championship). The problem, mentioned in the survey itself, is enforcement. The League Executive Committee took that survey outcome as a signal to beef up its ability to enforce compliance. The result is a new form which requires the Chairs of all clubs to sign, to confirm that their club will adhere to the rule. In addition, clubs wishing to register player/coaches will have to supply copies of their coaching contracts with the club and other information. The form requires Chairs to confirm the following: The club will abide by ALL of Saracens Hertfordshire Premier Cricket League rules and codes of conduct and Disciplinary Regulations and in particular with reference to constitution 13 b) detailed below, I will ensure that the above club abides by this rule . Constitution 13b) ‘No player shall receive any payment or payment in kind whether from the club or anyone associated with the club for playing for the club in Division one or below. No overseas player entering the country under a Tier 5 Visa will play in division one or below No British, Irish or overseas coach who receives payment for coaching at the club will be allowed to play for a team in division one or below unless the club chairman has signed this form and provided the league’s registration committee with the documents required and set out in sub-paragraphs a, b and c below. a. A copy of the Government Licence allowing the employment of an overseas national as required under the new Brexit regulations. (not required for British or Irish coach) b. Copies of the coach’s coaching certificate(s), insurance cover and DBS (or equivalent) clearance c. A copy of the contract given to the coach by the club with payment details redacted if the club so require. 52


Which Ball to Use?

Please use the images below to ensure that you are using the correct ball for the match.

Dukes ‘County International’

Premier Divisions

Readers 'Superior Crown'

Divisions 1-3b

(can be used in 4a and below)

Readers 'Pink Sovereign'

Premier - 50 Over Matches

Readers ‘County Match’

Divisions 4a and below

Readers 'Pink County Match'

T20 Matches

CCC Sovereign Trophy We will be entering a team in the Club Cricket Conference Sovereign Trophy for the coming season. This is for all players outside of the Premier Division, so does allow Championship players to take part. The team will be managed by Richard Mason from West Herts. He can be contacted at richardmasonwhcc@gmail.com or by mobile on: 07491 834644 In the first round, on May 26th, we have been drawn at home against Gujerati Metropolitan CL. If we win that, we will have an away match in the 2nd round, on June 16th, against NCL (National Cricket League). By winning that match we would progress to the semi finals, which would be an away match on July 7th If we get to the final, it will be played on July 28th at a neutral venue, to be arranged once the finalists are known. 53


Readers Hertfordshire Cup Competitions Two cup competitions will be running for 2021. County 20/20 - This will take place over two weekends. A group stage will take place the Saturday before the League season and a Finals Day on 27th June. Sunday T/20 Trophy - A more informal competition with 5 groups, followed by quarter-finals, leading to a Finals Day. Losing quarter -finalists will compete in a Plate Finals Day.

Readers Herts County 20/20 Competition - 2021

IMPORTANT: The organisation of this year's competition is subject to change, in line with evolving Covid safety guidelines from the ECB. Clubs will be notified of all changes. The group stage of the 20/20 Competition for 2021 will take place on Saturday 1st May, with a ‘Finals Day’ format, i.e. 3 matches on the day: A v B, C v D, winners play a ‘final’.

Group Stage - Saturday 1st May (Reserve date Sunday 9th May)

All matches to be played at Hertford Hertford v West Herts (10.30am) Hemel Hempstead v Shenley Village (1.30pm) Final (4.30pm)

Group B

All matches to be played at Welwyn Garden City Welwyn Garden City v Bishop's Stortford (10.30am) Preston v Letchworth Garden City (1.30pm) Final (4.30pm)

Group C

All matches to be played at Reed Reed v Hoddesdon (10.30am) Old Owens v Harpenden (1.30pm) Final (4.30pm)

Group D

All matches to be played at Radlett Radlett v Potters Bar (10.30am) North Mymms v Langleybury (1.30pm) Final (4.30pm)

Group A

County Finals Day - Sunday 27th June (Reserve date Sunday 18th July) The winners of the four group matches will compete in a Finals Day at a venue to be determined by the League Organiser: Peter Hinstridge, Tel: 01763 837189; Mob: 07710 403524; E: peter.hinstridge@btinternet.com 54


Readers Sunday T/20 Trophy 2021 Group Matches – to be completed by 18th July

Group 1: Bishop's Stortford, Broxbourne, Little Berkhamsted Sahibs, Edmonton Group 2: Old Elizabethans, Radlett, Watford Town, London Colney Group 3: Pinner, Rickmansworth, Chorleywood, Bushey, Langleybury Group 4: Stevenage, Hatfield Hyde, Harpenden, Hatfield & Crusaders Group 5: Northchurch, Berkhamsted, Redbourn, Leverstock Green, Boxmoor. The top team plus the 3 best runners up will go forward to the KO stages. Runners-up will be decided on Net Run Rate, and not on points, due to uneven sizes of the groups.

Quarter Finals The five group winners together with the best three runners up will enter the last eight with matches to be drawn by the competitions committee and played by 15th August.

Semi Finals and Finals

Semi-final and finals days of both the Readers Trophy and Plate to be played on either the last Sunday in August or the first Sunday in September. The venues and draw are to be decided when semi-finalists are known. If there is no clear winner in any group please refer back to Barry Hellewell or Tony Johnson for a decision.

Development League 2021 The concept of the Development League is to encourage juniors, who do not necessarily play league cricket for their clubs on a Saturday, to start out on the pathway to playing senior cricket. There will be no cups or prize money, rather the idea is to make the league as all-inclusive as possible, making it fun for youngsters to join adults in a 30/35-over game on a Sunday afternoon. Clubs can agree amongst themselves the length of their game. Please remember the longer the game, the harder it will be on the juniors for whom this format is being aimed. Games will be played in July/August, (after school and the main Herts Junior Leagues have finished). It is hoped that each club will have 3-4 games minimum but they are free to arrange more if they have the players and pitch availability. When arranging fixtures, or closer to the time of a game, please check on the strength of your opposition, to avoid mis-matches in line with the objectives of this league. Pools: Pool 1: Pool 2: Pool 3: Pool 4: Pool 5: Pool 6:

Bishop's Stortford, Braughing, Broxbourne, Sawbridgeworth Hatfield Hyde, Hitchin, Knebworth Park, Stevenage Edmonton, North Enfield, North Mymms, Potters Bar, Southgate Adelaide Harpenden, Leverstock Green, Redbourn, St Albans, Wheathampstead Northwood Town, Radlett, Shenley, West Herts Berkhamsted. Kings Langley, Langleybury. Chorleywood

Organiser: George White Tel: 07968 349933. E-mail: whiteg27@hotmail.com The match rules for the Development League are pubished on the League web site at: www.hertsleague.co.uk/documents/handbook/shpcldevelopmentleaguematchrules2021.pdf 55


Umpires panel

Premier Division & Championship matches Panel coordinator: :

Peter Hinstridge The Thatched Barn, Lane Farm Heydon Lane, Heydon SG8 8QB

Tel: 01763 837189 Mobile: 07710 403524 Email: peter.hinstridge@btinternet.com

Number of matches Name Contact Details Premier Championship Total Philip Anderson 07469 652363 27 30 57 Sumant Bahl 07891 606622 0 7 7 Paul Barnes 01234 364595 07754 093888 0 4 4 Mark Bishop 01923681048 07751 357382 0 3 3 Geoff Blackmore 01462 892623 07747 042567 40 9 49 Ian Breeze 01707 642891 07754 679140 56 18 74 Alan Brewster 01438 356275 07549 286172 24 24 48 Tim Caldicott 01923 578531 07721 017651 52 5 57 Mark Callaby 01992 442755 07880 527018 62 20 82 Murray Carlson 01920 318287 07907 121404 53 39 92 Mike Christelow 01923 447151 07976 351048 0 13 13 Steve Cobb 01767 316332 07788 134073 66 33 99 David Dokelman 020 8427 4026 07973 834079 1 59 60 Robin Gray 01920 830599 07904 258943 51 36 87 Pete Gurney 01767 681211 07919 241096 43 22 65 Nick Hall 01727 855100 07929 562554 77 29 106 Peter Hinstridge 01763 837189 07710 403524 54 29 83 Jon Holland 020 8441 2475 07948 718178 64 33 97 Ian Letting 01525 875105 07802 247549 0 50 50 Anthony Levy 020 8441 9297 07904 309926 37 37 74 Andrew McCree 01727 845513 07836 365975 48 28 76 John Noonan 01923 266921 07856 732672 3 47 52 David Perkins 01438 714430 07803 204200 39 39 78 Chris Price 01707 327914 07961 808766 0 5 5 Rob Riddleston 01923 721298 07956 922590 9 20 29 Michael Rueth 01923 671059 07425 147162 0 6 6 David Segal 01923 352433 07956 282630 0 5 5 Raj Shah 01707 645775 07913 267420 41 34 75 Brian Shepherd 01480 812002 07772 224383 47 40 87 Satish Solanki 01923 670609 07786 732056 5 56 61 Tony Stopford 020 8428 6990 07703 462850 17 21 38 John Sweedy 01923 404163 07854 374597 35 32 67 George White 07968 349933 0 0 6 Hemal Wijesuriya 07801 763542 14 13 27

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Umpires panel Divisions 1-2B Panel coordinator : Philip Anderson Richard Apperley Paul Attfield Peter Bantick Sumant Bahl Paul Barnes Geoff Bassill Mark Bishop Geoff Blackmore Chris Brandon Ian Breeze Alan Brewster David Byrne Tim Caldicott Mark Callaby Murray Carlson Paul Carroll Mike Christelow Steve Cobb Geoff Cordingley Andy Cox Ian Day Alan Dean Arun Desai David Dokelman Jerry Dovey Rose Dovey John Eyre Piers Fuller Rob Furber Andrew Gould Paul Gow Robin Gray Pete Gurney Nick Hall Jan Hilhourst Jonathan Hillman Peter Hinstridge Jon Holland

Anthony Levy 59 Daneland, East Barnet Hertfordshire EN4 8PZ 07469 652363 01763 247548 / 07971 880547 07734 036143 01279 505532 / 07919 087256 07891 606622 01234 364595 / 07754 093888 07703 307452 01923681048 / 07751 357382 01462 892623 / 07747 042567 01525 839870 / 07808 724544 01707 642891 / 07754 679140 01438 356275 / 07549 286172 07775 943 807 01923 578531 / 07721 017651 01992 442755 / 07880 527018 01920 318287 / 07907 121404 07889 344869 01923 447151 / 07976 351048 01767 316332 / 07788 134073 01992 423879 01923 260428 / 07720 288408 020 8367 1620 / 07774 458264 01992 302273 01727 851486 / 07757 507745 020 8427 4026 / 07973 834079 07949 196413 07459 460726 01727 848537 / 07740 054726 07879 236193 01279 722670 / 07785 227511 01908 643669 / 07834 460350 07989 250053 01920 830599 / 07904 258943 01767 681211 / 07919 241096 01727 855100 / 07929 562554 +31 6224 63159 01923 894653 01763 837189 / 07710 403524 020 8441 2475 / 07948 718178

Tel: 020 8441 9297 Mobile: 07904 309926 Email: Anthony.d.levy@btinternet.com Ian Hughes 01582 661669 / 07946 514727 David Inwood 01234 752250 / 07902 076757 Sarvesh Kantipoodi 07412 507347 Rangan Krishnaswamy 0208 428 3291/ 07498923390 Jerry Lake 01707 322354 / 07309 041240 Ian Lawless 01923 676279 / 07976 359625 Ian Letting 01525 875105 / 07802 247549 Anthony Levy 020 8441 9297/ 07904 309926 Phil Lewins 01442 393379 / 07796 781617 Guy Lewis 07500 843575 Jonathan Mackman 07984 791309 Andrew McCree 01727 845513 / 07836 365975 Marcel Mester 01438715848 / 07785350520 John Metselaar 01582620658 / 07813 100158 Richard Morgan 01727 843844 / 07847 053187 Chris Nicoll 01582 617690 / 07887 400581 John Noonan 01923 266921 / 07856 732672 Harish Padalia 01438 728632 / 07770 567857 David Perkins 01438 714430 / 07803 204200 Neil Pomeroy 01992 002401 / 07960 945593 Gary Pond 01462 835810 / 07850 224582 Chris Price 01707 327914 / 07961 808766 Rob Riddleston 01923 721298 / 07956 922590 Mark Rivlin 020 8806 3356 / 07973 824303 Michael Rueth 01923 671059 / 07425 147162 David Segal 01923 352433 / 07956 282630 Raj Shah 07913 267420 Brian Shepherd 01480 812002 / 07772 224383 Satish Solanki 01923 670609 / 07786 732056 Brian Stephenson 01992 422046 / 07962 594132 Michael Stiffin 01727 767845 / 07954 134609 Tony Stopford 020 8428 6990 / 07703 462850 John Sweedy 01923 404163 / 07854 374597 Geoff Swinden 01767 631231 / 07710 273220 Dave Tanner 07872 816812 David Taylor 01442 235416 / 0779 2271572 Nick Turner 01923 290808/ 07814 206042 Ian Watkins 01707 371758 / 07950 831686 George White 07968 349933 Hemal Wijesuriya 07801 763542 Lee Wiles 07904 043722 David Wormald 07940 596660

Expenses: Umpires will be reimbursed directly by the League and clubs will be re-charged at mid- and end- of-season. Cancellations: Umpires must be notified by the HOME club of any cancellation not later than TWO hours before the scheduled match start time, otherwise the fee is payable. Marking: See page 60. Also in the Match Day Handbook under Other Match Day Requirements. pages 62-63.

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Umpire & Scorer Registration Process

Background

Every club with a team playing in the Premier Division, Championship and Divisions 1 to 6b is required to register with the League every Umpire that it considers to be attached to the club whether that umpire has been supplied to the League Umpires Panel or will be standing in a match below Division 2b Scorers officiating in matches in the Premier Division, Championship and Divisions 1 to 2b must either be qualified at ECB ACO Club Scorer Level or have obtained dispensation from this requirement from the League.

Procedure

The registration of umpires and scorers will follow the same process as that used to register players. Within the Registration area of the League website you will be able to enter the name of each umpire and scorer attached to your club. For each umpire and scorer so registered you will be asked to indicate which category is applicable, as follows: Category Panel Qualified Dispensation Granted

Club Umpire/Scorer

Description An umpire listed on the SHPCL Umpires’ Panel An umpire/scorer who is a member of the ECB association of Cricket Officials and has completed both Stage 1 and Stage 2 courses or their equivalents. An umpire/scorer who has received dispensation from the League on the grounds that he is a long-standing experienced umpire/scorer. A League sub-committee will review and agree any dispensation on this basis. Dispensation is granted annually and does not carry over to subsequent seasons Any other umpire/scorer which the club expects to use to cover absence of a qualified umpire/scorer, or one who has been granted dispensation, due to illness, injury or holiday

Request for Umpire or Scorer Dispensation

A club seeking to obtain dispensation is required to complete the form ‘Request for Umpire Dispensation’ or ‘Request for Scorer Dispensation’ for each umpire or scorer for whom dispensation is being sought. The forms are available for download on the League website. The completed form should be sent by email to: Umpires: Peter Hinstridge peter.hinstridge@btinternet.com Scorers: Hilary Stiffin hilary.stiffin@ntlworld.com Please provide the details requested on the form, particularly concerning cricket, umpiring and scoring experience as applicable. We are looking for sufficient evidence of competence to allow an umpire to stand or a scorer to score despite not having attended a course and passed the examination. The expectation is that any person for whom dispensation is sought will have an adequate level of experience and have a current Cricket specific ECB DBS certificate obtained through cricket or an application in progress. The objective of the match rule is to raise the standards of officiating and is not intended to prevent competent umpires and scorers from continuing to support their club. Attendance on a course without passing the exam will be regarded as adequate grounds for dispensation. Please note that dispensation is granted only for the current season. The objective remains to raise standards by requiring umpires and scorers to attend a course and further opportunities to achieve this will be provided during the winter, including one or more weekend courses in addition to the evening ones. 58


Results, Facilities & Umpire Reporting

Reporting of matches, umpires and facilities marks are made through the Herts Cricket App. In order to access the App visit www.hertsleague.co.uk and select the download button from the home page. The App is available for both Android and Apple IOS. You can also make all the reports directly from options on the website which will work on a PC, mobile phone or tablet. Once you click on download on the relevant operating system, you will be directed to either the Google Play store or the Apple App Store. Simply follow the download instructions. Once you have downloaded the App you will need to ask your Club's League contact for the necessary Username and Password. You will need this to enter the main menu in the App. This should only need to be done once as the App will remember the details.

Results reporting

Results can be input via either the mobile App or the website. All results, including cancelled and abandoned games, are to be reported by 9.00pm on the day of the match. It is the responsibility of all home XI captains to report the result by the required deadline. The home XI is the side that appears first in the fixture list in this handbook, regardless of where the game is played. If the result is not reported before the deadline on the day of the match the home XI will automatically be penalised 5 league points.

App Login 1. Open the app on your device 2. Enter your username and password (only needs entering first time) 3. You will see the current and previous matches for the team which you captain

- If logged in using the Admin user then all matches for your Club will be shown

- Both League and Cup matches are shown 4.

and indicate if Umpire and Facilities Marks are entered (Green lettering when completed)

- HOME matches require only Umpire Marking - AWAY matches require both

Current and previous fixtures are shown

Match Result Submission

1. Click on the match required to enter the results 2. This will then take you to the reporting screen. (See options on next page) 3. Once you have input all the required information click "View result".

If any details have been missed or input incorrectly you will not be able to submit the results until corrected

If successful, a Results Summary page is shown detailing the result and points allocations. 4. Select "Report" to register the result

A confirmation screen will be displayed to confirm successful submission.

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Name

Input Type

Options and Required information

Home Team

n/a

Displays the Home Team

Away Team

n/a

Displays the Away Team

Match result

Selection List

Normal Result, Rain affected match, Cancelled match, Conceded, Duckworth Lewis Stearn (Premier only)

Team Batting First

Selection List

Select the team that batted first

1st Innings Total Runs

Numerical

Amount of runs in 1st innings

1st Innings Wickets Lost

Numerical

Total wickets lost in 1st innings

1st innings Total Overs

Numerical

Total overs / balls in 1st innings (format nn.n)

Team Batting Second

n/a

Automatically selected

2nd Innings Total Runs

Numerical

Amount of runs in 2nd innings

2nd Innings Wickets Lost

Numerical

Total wickets lost in 2nd innings

2nd innings Total Overs

Numerical

Total overs / balls in 2nd innings (format nn.n)

Toss Won by

Selection List

Team Batting First, Team Batting Second

Umpires Provided

Selection List

Panel Umpires, By Both Teams, Only Home Team, Only Away Team, By Neither Team Note: For Divisions 3A to 6A umpire fines are automatically applied in line with Match Rule 8. c) and 8. e)

Scorers Provided

Selection List

By Both Teams, Only Home, Only Away, By Neither Team

Innings One

Innings Two

Toss / Umpire / Scorer

Facilities and Umpire Marks Reporting (through the app) From the results screen, click on the Facilities Marks.

or

to allow entry of the Umpire Reports and

Enter all the options and submit the report. Validation of the input will ensure all information is completed

Facilities Marks

Facilities marks must be entered by the visiting captain for all matches, including cancelled or abandoned, by 11pm on the Friday following every match. (Division One and below) Please note that the date and time of each report is automatically recorded. Failure to comply with the Friday deadline will result in the Club incurring a fine of £20 for each offence, rising to £40 if the report is entered after 11pm on the second Friday after the match. Your facilities contact is markshepherd01@aol.com.

Umpire Marking

Umpires reports must be entered by both captains for all matches in Divisions 1-6b, including cancelled or abandoned, by 11pm on the Friday following every match. Please note that the date and time of each report is automatically recorded. For divisions Premier, Championship, 1, 2a and 2b for each failure to report by the Friday deadline up to the 30 June, 2 points will be deducted from the team’s points total for the match in question and for each failure after 30 June, the points deduction shall increase to 5 points for each failure.

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Umpires Marks Reporting (Premier and Championship)

In the Premier Division and Championship umpires marks are to be entered via the form on the ‘Who’s The Umpire’ system (www.whostheumpire.com) by 11pm Friday. Any problems must be reported immediately to Peter Hinstridge. T:07710 403524. E: peter.hinstridge@btinternet.com)

Entering Team Sheets (through the app)

Team sheets are to be entered into the app. This should be entered before 9pm on the day of the match. This is in addition to the physical Team Sheet exchanged before the Toss. A list of registered players is presented in the app and the players for the particular match can be selected by tapping on each player. A option is available to toggle between viewing all players and those you have already selected. Please note, Team Sheets cannot be entered through the website.

Website Dashboard

Results can also be entered using the website together with the Facilities reports and Umpire Marks. 1. Login to the website with details supplied by your club and a "Dashboard" will be displayed. 2. Options to edit the result and enter facilities reports and umpire marks will be shown.

Note. Only the home team will have the option to enter the result, only the away team will be able to enter a facilities report and both teams' umpires marks.

Facilities and Umpire Marks Reporting (through the website)

The entry of facilities and umpires marks can also be entered through the Website. Once you have filled in all the relevant details click on "Save report umpires" to submit.

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ECB Club Affiliation ECB affiliation procedure now requires all county boards to introduce a strict affiliation policy. In order to meet the requirements set out by ECB, All County Cricket Boards were tasked with developing minimum standard affiliation packages that they provide to clubs. This includes having a fully compliant Club Safeguarding Officer. Hertfordshire Cricket has updated their affiliation package to meet these requirements, which include offering clubs in Hertfordshire more support. Clubs who affiliate to Hertfordshire Cricket are offered a variety of benefits. Further details of Hertfordshire Cricket affiliation package are available on http://www.hertscricket.org/page/clubs/club-affiliation-package/club-affiliation-package-9768/ Saracens Hertfordshire Premier Cricket League is a Hertfordshire based league. It is a requirement for clubs to be members of ECB through Hertfordshire Cricket. Therefore, Hertfordshire based clubs must be fully affiliated to Hertfordshire Cricket or participant clubs based outside of Hertfordshire are required to become Associate members of Hertfordshire Cricket. Clubs failing to meet affiliation requirements place at risk their membership of Saracens Hertfordshire Premier Cricket League.

Who Requires DBS Checks? It’s mandatory in cricket for holders of following posts to be Cricket specific ECB DBS checked • Club Safeguarding Officer (all club/league/county posts) • ID Verifier • Coach (whether volunteer or paid, assisting or leading) • Umpire • Scorer • Club Junior team Managers • County Age Group Managers • Open Age Group Team Captains • Junior Supervisors • First Aider/Physiotherapist/Medical Support • Club Volunteer coordinators • All Stars Cricket Activator

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DISCLOSURE & BARRING SERVICE (DBS) ECB – IDENTITY VETTING (ID)    

FROM January 1st 2018 ALL DBS APPLICATIONS ARE NOW MADE ON LINE APPLICATIONS ARE MADE BY Email ECB OBJECTIVE IS FOR ALL CLUBS TO HAVE AN I. D. VERIFIER ALL COUNTIES HAVE A SUPPORT SYSTEM - PRIMARY VERIFIER ( County Welfare Officer) - SECONDARY VERIFIERS (max 10) (County Board, League Welfare Officers, Officials) - CLUB VERIFIERS ALL COMPLETED APPLICATIONS WILL AUTOMATICALLY GO ON TO UPDATE SYSTEM, WHICH MEANS AS LONG AS APPLICANT HOLDS A ROLE WITHIN CRICKET WHICH REQUIRES A DBS CHECK ,THEN THE APPLICANT DOES NOT HAVE TO RENEW DBS CHECK

 A CLUB ID. VERIFIER CAN ONLY INITIATE AN APPLICATION FOR MEMBERS OF THEIR CLUB  HOWEVER THEY CAN VERIFY MEMBERS OF OTHER CLUBS THE APPLICATION 1 – CONTACT CLUB VERIFIER TO INITIATE THE PROCESS 2 – INFORMATION REQUIRED FIRST NAME LAST NAME DATE of BIRTH Email ADDRESS CLUB NAME 3 – APPLICANT WILL THEN RECEIVE AN Email FROM ECB 4 - THIS WILL INCLUDE REFERENCE NO. and LINK 5 - APPLICANTS CLICKS LINK AND COMPLETES ONLINE FORM and SUBMITS for VERIFICATION. 6 – APPLICANT ARRANGES TO MEET VERIFIER TO CHECK DETAIL AND COMPLETE PROCESS

CERTIFICATES ARE ISSUED • CERTIFICATES ARESTILL STILL ISSUED • PROCESS TAKENO NO MORE THAN SEVE DAYS PROCESS SHOULD SHOULD TAKE MORE THAN SEVEN DAYS • PROBLEMS INITIATING APPLICATION- CONTACT - CONTACT COUNTY BY Email:  PROBLEMS INITIATINGAND AN APPLICATION COUNTY BY Email: welfare@hertsleague.co.uk hertfordshiredbs@gmail.com 63


Premier Divisions Player Registration The following regulations apply to the Premier Division and Championship: • All players must be registered prior to playing as per SHPCL Registration requirements • All players must in first instance be registered to play in Hertfordshire Cricket League on their clubs play-cricket website, prior to registering on SHPCL Club registration site. • All Category 2 & 3 players must be re- registered each season • On Clubs SHPCL Registration site there will be a box for “Premier” status which must be ticked by all Premier & Championship players • No player can be register to play for more than one Premier club

Category 1

All players must be either (i) a British or Irish citizen born in England and Wales and is deemed “ordinarily resident”* or (ii) a player who has been resident in England and Wales for the immediately preceding three consecutive years and is deemed ‘Ordinarily Resident’* * A player will only be treated as having been ordinarily resident within England and Wales for the relevant consecutive period if he or she has spent a minimum of 210 days in each year within England and Wales (for which purpose a ‘year’ shall mean a year ending 31st March) Confirmation: A player who holds a British passport and lives outside the UK must also meet the ”Ordinarily Resident” criteria.

Category 2

One per team - a player CONTRACTED to a First Class county and not an Overseas player

Category 3

Any player who does not qualify as a Category 1 or 2 player

Player eligibility conditions are set out below or if in doubt contact SHPCL Registration Secretary • It is the responsibility of Clubs and their nominated officer to check player details, against original documents • Penalties for playing an unregistered player are a minimum ten point deduction for each occasion • Clubs must keep copies of relevant registration documents, as • SHPCL may ask clubs to supply evidence of entry into UK including original visa & passport and / or evidence of permanent residency in order to verify information. • SHPCL may suspend any player if evidence required is not received within five days of request for information For avoidance of doubt • Category 1 players must be eligible to play for England or Ireland. • To become a Category 1 player, an EU (non-UK or Irish) citizen has to be permanently resident in UK for three years prior to registration. • Players with dual passports (one UK) will have to meet permanently resident qualifications to be eligible to play for England • Definition of an International match, are International matches for ICC Full Member Countries plus Ireland, Netherlands & Scotland at above under17 level. They include a T/20 match, as well as a 50/50 or a First Class match. • A player in an under13 age group or lower is ineligible to be registered in SHPCL Premier Divisions.

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Registration, Overseas Players and Managed Migration Registration All players must be registered to play, on the League web site. Penalties for playing an unregistered player are a minimum ten point deduction for each occasion. Premier divisions: In addition, clubs in the two Premier divisions should first register all players on their club’s play-cricket web site. On the League web site, these clubs should also tick the box for ‘Premier’ status. No player can be registered to play for more than one Premier club. No player in a under 13 age group, or lower, can be registered in the SHPCL Premier divisions. All eligibility information, including categories of British, Ordinary Resident and Overseas players, can be found in the Consitution (rule 13d). See page 31 of this handbook or go to the web site at: www.hertsleague.co.uk/documents/handbook/consitution.pdf Clubs in any doubt over eligibility should contact the SHPCL Registration Secretary.

Overseas players All non EEA citizens will require prior permission (a visa) to come to the UK to participate in sport if they do not hold: • A British passport (or is a spouse/dependant of) • European passport (or is a spouse/dependant of) • Ancestral visa Clubs wishing to use the services of a player who is in the UK, but not on a Tier 5 Creative & Sporting (Non FCC) visa, must ensure that the player’s visa allows them to play and/or coach. Clubs must make thelr own checks, and not solely rely on information provided by agents. Guidance on the immigration rules for each visa can be found on the League web site at: www.hertsleague.co.uk/documents/handbook/immigration_rules.pdf This also includes the Home Office definition of Professional vs Amateur and details of sanctions and penalties.

Sources of support ECB Managed Migration website: www.ecb.co.uk/governance/regulations/governing-body-endorsement Home Office website: www.gov.uk/government/organisations/uk-visas-and-immigration Sponsor & Employer Enquiries:

Tel: 0300 123 4699 or e-mail: BusinessHelpdesk@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk

SHPCL are not experts on immigration and, where there is doubt, clubs will be required to contact the ECB for clarification. Email: emma.davis-bidgood@ecb.co.uk. Where there is a doubt the player should NOT be registered SHPCL is required to provide the Home Office with details of all players registered as category 3 within the whole SHPCL structure, in June each year. Therefore clubs must ensure that registration details provided to SHPCL are correct.

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Disciplinary Regulations The ECB is committed to maintaining the highest standards of behaviour and conduct in the game of cricket and the Saracens Hertfordshire Premier Cricket League shares this commitment and takes it very seriously. The ECB Premier League Disciplinary Regulations, incorporating the Code of Conduct and Spirit of Cricket have been adopted by the League and must be complied with by all those who participate in the League, including players, clubs, club officers & members, and match officials. The League is responsible for the enforcement and administration of the Disciplinary Regulations. All those participating in cricket-related activities under the auspices of the League, agree to be bound by the Disciplinary Regulations. These are set out in full on the League web site at: www.hertsleague.co.uk/documents/handbook/disciplinaryregulations.pdf There you will find detailed explanations of: • The Code of Conduct and Spirit of Cricket • Breaches and Reporting • Procedure (reporting by umpires, League’s actions, club’s responsibilities) • Disciplinary Hearings • Penalty Guidelines, Penalties and their Appropriateness • Appeals • Breaches of Discipline (offences categorised as Levels 1 to 4) • Social media code All players and club officers should familiarise themselves with the regulations online but the League wishes to emphasise the following fundamentals, contained in the Code of Conduct and Spirit of Cricket sections: Captains are responsible at all times for ensuring that play is conducted within the Spirit of Cricket, as well as within the Laws. Captains are always responsible for their Player’s Conduct. Players and team officials must always accept the umpire’s decision. Players must not show dissent at the umpire’s decision nor react in a provocative or disapproving manner towards another player or a spectator. Players and team officials shall not intimidate, assault or attempt to intimidate or assault an umpire, another player or a spectator, nor use crude and/or abusive language (known as “sledging”) nor make offensive gestures or hand signals nor deliberately distract an opponent. Players and team officials shall not make racially abusive comments nor indulge in racially abusive actions against fellow players, officials, members and supporters. Clubs must operate an active open door membership policy whilst respecting player qualification regulations and welcome players/members irrespective of ethnic origin. In the event of any player failing to comply with the instructions of an umpire, that umpire shall in the first place report the matter to the other umpire and to the player’s captain, requesting the latter to take action. According to the Laws, the umpires are the sole judges of fair and unfair play. The umpires may intervene at any time, and it is the responsibility of the captain to act where required.

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SHPCL - Club Penalties 2021

The following table provides a list of the standard penalties that will be applied. All penalties applied are subject to appeal. Offence

Level

Penalty

Non membership compliance

Constitutional violation / Not affiliated to HCB

Club suspended

Non Club attendance at AGM

Constitutional violation

Club fined as per rules

Non Club attendance at Captains' Meeting

Constitutional violation

Each club team not eligible for 5 point bonus

Non result reporting Premier requirement

Play cricket requirement

£25 each occasion

Non result reporting by 9pm after match

All divisions

5 point deduction each occasion

Non facility reporting

Division One & below

£20 each occasion (£40 after 2 weeks)

Failure to conform to facility criteria

Self assessment Premier prior to 1st April

£50 + League full assessment of facilities

Failure to conform to facility criteria

Self assessment Championship prior to 1st April

£25 & not eligible for promotion

Failure to conform to facility criteria self assessment

Division One prior to 1st April

Not eligible for promotion

Non umpire marking report

Division 2B and above

Team 2 point deduction (5 points after 30 June)

Playing unregistered / ineligible player

All divisions

Team 5 point deduction each occasion (10 points after 1-Aug)

Playing unregistered juniors in adult matches

All divisions

Team 30 point deduction each occasion

Playing ineligible juniors (U12 not in county squad) in adult matches

All divisions

Automatic relegation + disciplinary proceedings

Playing player in wrong category

Constitutional violation

50% deduction of points in matches player played

Playing player under false name

All divisions

Automatic relegation + disciplinary proceedings

Failure to provide team sheet at toss

All divisions

League duty of care requirement SHPCL reserve right to take retrospective action

Captain without Cricket specific ECB DBS

All Divisions - Ineligible player

Team 5 point deduction each occasion (10 points after 1-Aug)

Failure to comply with fixture cancellation requirements

All divisions

£150 to opposition

Failure to provide umpire

Subject to league rules

5 point deduction each occasion

Failure to provide scorer

Subject to league rules

5 point deduction each occasion

Paying a player to play

Division One & below

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Abbots Langley

Club Directory abbotscc.hitssports.com

Ground Manor House Ground, Gallows Hill Lane, Abbots Langley, Herts, WD5 0BX Tel: 01923 440474 Directions M25 junction 20 towards Watford. Turn left at lights by Langleybury Church. After railway bridge turn left. Go 600m and turn right after Unicorn pub. Ground on left before village. From east (Bedmond Road) turn into High Stret. Ground on right, 400 yds after shops. 2nd Ground Greenwood Park, Tippendell Lane, Chiswell Green, AL2 3HW, See directions under Greenwood Park CC entry. Contact Mark Bishop m.bishop62@yahoo.co.uk Mob: 07751 357382 Secretary Matthew Dunstone mattdunstone@hotmail.com Mob: 07753 634384 Fixtures Contact Safeguarding Jerry Graves Mob: 07791 338137 Juniors Phil Lewins phil.lewins@aecom.com Mob: 07798 782617 Captains 1st XI (AL1) Bradley Finch Division Two A Mob: 07805 641532 2nd XI (AL2) Jack Bishop Division Six B Mob: 07502 249397 3rd XI (AL3) Rob Stevenson Regional Division A West Mob: 07446 003993

Aldenham

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Ground Aldenham Social Club, Church Lane, Aldenham, Herts, WD25 8AY Directions From M1 Junction 5 take A 41 south. Left at the roundabout then next left. Go through village to Social Club opposite church. PLEASE NOTE 5MPH SPEED LIMIT WHEN DRIVING THROUGH CAR PARK. Contact Chris Munroe chrismunroe1@me.com Mob: 07795 563202 Secretary Andy Jackson jakowafc2012@googlemail.com Mob: 07940 280359 Fixtures Tim Hale haletim94@gmail.com Mob: 07495 412015 Safeguarding Sachin Sanghvi sachin_sanghvi83@yahoo.com Mob: 07725 991982 Juniors Sachin Sanghvi sachin_sanghvi83@yahoo.com Mob: 07725 991982 Captains 1st XI (AH1) Chris Munroe Division Eight A Mob: 07795 563202

Allenburys & County Hall

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Ground Allenburys Sport & Social Club, Park Road, Ware. Tel: 01920 882189 Directions From A10 take Ware (north)/Stevenage exit onto B1001 towards Ware. After 500m turn right into Fanshawe Crescent and right again into Park Road. After 500m turn left into Glaxo car park (just past work site). Do not use sports club postcode SG12 0DJ in SatNav. Contact Murray Brown murray.j.brown@gsk.com Mob: 07920 568896 Secretary Contact Fixtures Daniel Levenson daniel.m.levenson@gsk.com Mob: 07747 898180 Safeguarding Rob Mitchell robm@alsparts.co.uk Mob: 07775 607790 Juniors Rob Mitchell robm@alsparts.co.uk Mob: 07775 607790 Captains 1st XI (AC1) Dane Barnard Division Two B Mob: 07931 930836 2nd XI (AC2) Simon Hibbert Division Six B Mob: 07802 633383

Ampthill Town

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Ground Ampthill Park, Woburn Road, Ampthill, Beds, MK45 2GU Tel: 01525 840491 Directions Exit M1 at J12, take A5120 to Flitwick/Ampthill. In Flitwick turn right at roundabout, over railway bridge then immediately turn left towards Ampthill. After 1 mile at next roundabout (Shell garage) turn left onto A507. After 1.4 miles go right onto B530. Ground on left. Contact Ian Smith cricketsmithy@gmail.com Mob: 07880 850269 Secretary Andy Roberts andy@ampthillems.co.uk Tel: 01525 404602 Mob: 07724 429276 Fixtures Richard Smith richardsmith1967@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07768 464437 Safeguarding Ian Smith cricketsmithy@gmail.com Mob: 07880 850269 Juniors David Bradley dave.bradley@hotmail.co.uk Tel: 01525 405779 Mob: 07437 209287 Captains 1st XI (AT1) James Gage Division One Mob: 07584 163165 2nd XI (AT2) Daniel Draycott Division Four B Mob: 07905 613282

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Baldock Town

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Bamville

bamville.play-cricket.com

Ground Avenue Park, West Avenue, Baldock, Herts, SG7 5AY Tel: 01462 892059 Directions From A1(M) junction 9 take A505 then immediately left to Baldock. After ¼ mile take first turn left after George IV pub, into Weston Way. After 1 mile turn right at T junction then next left into Norton Road and 1st left into West Ave. 2nd Ground 3rd XI use Graveley CC. 4th XI use St Christopher School, Barrington Rd, Letchworth SG6 3JZ., Contact Alistair Jones duvaldo@hotmail.com Mob: 07866 840011 Secretary Shaun Baines baldocktowncc@gmail.com Mob: 07717 823096 Fixtures Contact Safeguarding Andy Diplock dippers3@ntlworld.com Mob: 07986 076704 Juniors Gary O'Brien Mob: 07779 660550 Captains 1st XI (BA1) Julian Muir Division Five B Mob: 07501 195037 2nd XI (BA2) Kevin Shinner Division Eight B Mob: 07815 143394 3rd XI (BA3) Kieran Lambert Regional Division B East Mob: 07970 491787 4th XI (BA4) Ian Williams Regional Division C North Mob: 07764 756062 Ground Napsbury, Pegrum Drive, Napsbury Park, London Colney, AL2 1GE Directions From M25 J22 take B556 towards Radlett. Pass Watford and Arsenal training grounds on left, turn right over M25 on B5378. At roundabout turn left into Napsbury Park and left again into Pegrum Drive. Contact David Wormald d.barnesw@me.com Mob: 07940 596660 Secretary Fixtures Aamir Qureshi aamir_qureshi@hotmail.com Mob: 07985 641979 Safeguarding Anirudha Kubair anirudhakubair@yahoo.co.uk Mob: 07977 578948 Juniors Anirudha Kubair anirudhakubair@yahoo.co.uk Mob: 07977 578948 Captains 1st XI (BL1) Anirudha Kubair Division Ten A Mob: 07977 578948

Batchworth CC

http://batchworth.play-cricket.com

Ground Rickmansworth School, Scots Hill, Rickmansworth, WD3 3AQ Directions School is on A412 Watford-Rickmansworth road, at top of Scotts Hill. Entrance is 50 yards from Croxley Green mini roundabout. Follow path left to for school sports centre. Contact Hugh Phillipps hughphillipps97@gmail.com Mob: 07986 321747 Secretary Contact Fixtures Contact Safeguarding Hugh Phillipps hughphillipps97@gmail.com Mob: 07986 321747 Juniors Hugh Phillipps hughphillipps97@gmail.com Mob: 07986 321747 Captains 1st XI (BP1) Hugh Phillipps Regional Division C West Mob: 07986 321747

Bayford & Hertford Nondescripts

bhncc.co.uk

Ground Bayford, Nr Hertford, Herts, SG13 8PU Tel: 01992 511546 Directions Take B158 from Hertford. 1½ miles after County Hall, turn left into Bayford Lane. In Bayford, before Baker Arms, turn sharp left at crossroads into Bayford Green, private road. Ground after ¼ mile. Contact John Collins john.collins@wsp.com Tel: 01992 583801 Mob: 07931 771744 Secretary Kevin Nicholls kevnicholls@hotmail.com Tel: 01992 536259 Mob: 07810 201237 Fixtures Colin Poulton c.j.poulton@btinternet.com Tel: 01707 272808 Mob: 07802 226763 Safeguarding Steve Greenfield s.greenfield@westminster.ac.uk Mob: 07580 984571 Juniors Steve Greenfield s.greenfield@westminster.ac.uk Mob: 07850 984571 Captains 1st XI (BN1) Ricky Ketteridge Division Three B Mob: 0789 7556164 2nd XI (BN2) Jono Slater Division Nine B Mob: 0783 0392876

Bentley Heath

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Ground Wrotham Park Estate, Wagon Road, Barnet, EN5 4SB Directions Ground is near the Duke of York Pub on the A1000 Between Barnet and Potters Bar. Turn into Wagon Road (one-way street) ¼ mile south of pub. GrounD on left. Contact Martin Dunnett dunnettm@hotmail.com Tel: 0208 482 9579 Mob: 07718 652722 Secretary John Bishop Johnbishop@hotmail.com Fixtures Contact Safeguarding Rufus Francis rufi10@btinternet.com Juniors Olli Hubbard Mob: 07595 310023 Captains 1st XI (BH1) Oliver Hubbard Division Five A Mob: 07595 310023 2nd XI (BH2) Dave Tagg Division Nine A Mob: 07719 788579

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Berkhamsted

berkhamstedcc.com

Ground Kitchener's Field, Castle Hill, Berkhamsted, , HP4 1HE Tel: 01442 862014 Directions Both grounds: From M25 j21 take A41 towards Aylesbury. At Chesham turn off, turn left back over A41 then left again. At lights turn right down Kings Road. Straight on at traffic lights. After station turn left under railway bridge. Bear left after 300 yds into Castle Hill. Ground on right, on bend. Contact Peter Dudley petedudley@aol.com Mob: 07882 501915 Secretary Contact Fixtures Contact Safeguarding John Gerry John@jpgerry.com Mob: 07774 850508 Juniors Mark Lewarne Mob: 07711 719607 Captains 1st XI (BK1) Luke Frey Division Two A Mob: 07590 494115 2nd XI (BK2) James Smith Division Six A Mob: 07815 585990 3rd XI (BK3) Peter Dudley Regional Division A West Mob: 07882 501915 4th XI (BK4) James Clarke Regional Division C West Mob: 07918 882912

Bishop's Stortford

bishopsstortfordcricketclub.com

Ground Cricketfield Lane, Cricketfield Lane, Bishop's Stortford, CM23 2SR Tel: 01279 654463 Directions ¼ mile from A120/A1250 junction to west of town, heading towards town on A250, turn left into Cricketfield Lane immediately past rugby club. Ground on left after ½ mile. Contact Jen Lindop Secretary Contact Fixtures Graeme Sumner Safeguarding John Lyle Juniors Graeme Sumner Captains 1st XI (BS1) 2nd XI (BS2)

Botany Bay

jenlindop@hotmail.com gsumner@arroweurope.com Tel: 01279 659811 john.lyle@arup.com gsumner@arroweurope.com Tel: 01279 659811 Tommy Burslem Championship Ruan Premadasa Division Four A

Mob: 07968 950536 Mob: Mob: Mob: Mob: Mob:

07768 07887 07768 07519 07725

368773 887940 368773 066368 955859

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Ground East Lodge Lane, The Ridgeway, Enfield, Middlesex, EN2 8AS Tel: 0208 363 4482 Directions From M25 (j24), take A1005, The Ridgeway, in between Enfield and Potters Bar. After 2 miles. turn left after Robin Hood pub into East Lodge Lane. Ground 100 yds on right. Contact John Jarvis jjofenfield@btinternet.com Tel: 0208 363 8180 Mob: 07710 300088 Secretary Jonathan Merrell jonathanmerrell@btinternet.com Tel: 01462 742525 Mob: 07775 735692 Fixtures Matthew Nash mattrnash@yahoo.co.uk Mob: 07904 343347 Safeguarding John Jarvis jjofenfield@btinternet.com Tel: 0208 363 8180 Mob: 07710 300088 Juniors Anthony Hughes Mob: 07931 194028 Captains 1st XI (BB1) Ciaran Anderson Division Seven A Mob: 07971 222906 2nd XI (BB2) Craig Evans-Bird Regional Division B East Mob: 07534 381336

Bovingdon

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Ground Bovingdon Green, Bovingdon, Hertfordshire, HP3 0LB Directions From Hemel Hempstead via Box Lane (B4505) to Bovingdon, past Halfway House pub then after ½ mile turn left, sign-posted Bovingdon Green, then immediately left in Green Lane to car park after ¼ mile. Contact Michael Buttleman mbuttleman@hotmail.com Mob: 07759 646535 Secretary Mark Carine markcarine@googlemail.com Mob: 07738 200297 Fixtures Contact Safeguarding Nicola Hazelton nichaze@aol.com Juniors Michael Buttleman mbuttleman@hotmail.com Mob: 07759 646535 Captains 1st XI (BO1) Michael Buttleman Division Seven B Mob: 07759 646535

Boxmoor

boxmoorcricketclub.co.uk

Ground The Oval, St Johns Road, Boxmoor, Hemel Hempstead, HP1 1NP Directions From M1: take 3rd exit at the 4th 'Magic' roundabout, Station Road. After lights, turn right into St Johns Road. After 150 yards ground is on left, opposite Steam Coach pub. 2nd Ground Warners End Cricket Pitch, Warners End, Galley Hill, Hemel Hempstead, HP1 3JU From the "magic" roundabout, take the Leighton Buzzard Road (A4146). Straight on at next roundabout then turn left at the next roundabout up Galley Hill. Ground on left after 1 mile. Contact Nick Cottrell Nickcottrell6@gmail.com Mob: 07474 268626 Secretary Bob Booth robertbooth675@gmail.com Mob: 07881 452718 Fixtures Safeguarding Suzy Chalk sld2375@yahoo.com Juniors William Allen woodywoodwork@gmail.com Mob: 07766 145219 Captains 1st XI (BX1) Sam Pimm Division Five B Mob: 07756 845041 2nd XI (BX2) Anum Hamdani Division Nine B 3rd XI (BX3) Lee Rance Regional Division A West Mob: 07772 634138 70


Broxbourne

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Ground Broxbourne Sports Club, Mill Lane Close, Broxbourne, EN10 7BA Tel: 01992 466901 Directions From north on A1170 from Hoddesdon, in Broxbourne go over traffic lights at Station Road, turn left immediately after White Bear pub into Mill Lane, then right into Mill Lane Close. From south, leave A10 at Turnford exit and follow signs to Broxbourne. After 1.5 miles turn right at traffic lights on B194 (Station Road). Take 2nd turning right, Churchfields, turn right again into Mill Lane, then left into Mill Lane Close. 2nd Ground Broxbourne Sports Club, As Main Ground, Contact Alan Brewster alan.brewster@broxbournecricket.club Mob: 07549 286172 Secretary Warren Pegg warren.pegg@broxbournecricket.club Mob: 07990 865832 Fixtures John Huth john.huth@broxbournecricket.club Mob: 07931 621153 Safeguarding Martha Rodman martha_rodman@yahoo.co.uk Mob: 07775 645383 Juniors Paul Sargent paul.sargent@broxbournecricket.club Mob: 07920 834158 Captains 1st XI (BR1) Chris Sargent Division One Mob: 07854 338246 2nd XI (BR2) Alex O'Sullivan Division Five B Mob: 07539 730879 3rd XI (BR3) Harry Smith Regional Division A East Mob: 07540 434764 4th XI (BR4) Lloyd Stark Regional Division C East Mob: 07835 877485

Bushey

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Ground Eastbury, Eastbury Road, Oxhey, Watford, WD19 4NR Tel: 01923 230534 Directions From M1 j5, go south then right at roundabout, B462 towards Watford (South), after traffic lights in one- way system, turn right at station and left into A4125 towards Northwood. After 1 mile soon after Happy Hour pub Bushey CC is on right, before traffic lights. 2nd Ground 3rd XI & 4th XI King George V Playing Fields, Tolpits Lane, WD18 9QD, From Watford ring road, follow signs to West Watford. Turn left into Marlborough Road and onto Whippendell Road for ¾ mile, then left at traffic lights into Hagden Lane. At mini roundabout turn right, Tolpits Lane. Ground on left after half mile. Contact Nomaan Ilyas n.a.ilyas@gmail.com Mob: 07917 689199 Secretary Farikh Arshad farikh_arshad@hotmail.com Mob: 07894 159083 Fixtures Contact Safeguarding Bhavik Patel bhavikpatel80@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07730 519525 Juniors Sagheer Ahmed emailsagheer@gmail.com Mob: 07771 797440 Captains 1st XI (BU1) Mohammed Asif Division Two A Mob: 07955 878682 2nd XI (BU2) Qamar Shazad Division Six A Mob: 07897 475747 3rd XI (BU3) Biplab Dasgupta Division Nine B Mob: 07432 004664 4th XI (BU4) Tanuj Ghosh Regional Division C West Mob: 07955 883356

Cheshunt Rosedale

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Ground Rosedale Sports Club (1s&2s), Andrews Lane, Cheshunt, Herts, EN7 6TB Tel: 01992 623983 Directions Leave the M25 at j25. Take exit for northbound A10 towards Cheshunt. At first roundabout, turn left into Lt Ellis Way, B198. Straight over next two roundabouts, then left into Andrews Lane. 2nd Ground Wormley Playing Fields, Church Lane, Broxbourne EN107QF Contact Kevin Grant cheshuntrosedalecc@outlook.com Secretary Richard Pope cheshuntrosedalecc@outlook.com Mob: 07960 495797 Fixtures Stuart Gough goughie21@hotmail.com Safeguarding Bob Brand robert.brand1@ntlworld.com Juniors Captains 1st XI (CS1) Aidan Richardson Division Four A Mob: 07780 433082 2nd XI (CS2) Paul Beverstock Division Six B Mob: 07949 616168 3rd XI (CS3) Adam Chantler Division Nine B Mob: 07845 812186 4th XI (CS4) Clive Williams Regional Division C East Mob: 07956 819918

Chipperfield Clarendon

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Ground The Common, Chipperfield , near Kings Langley, Herts, WD4 9BS Tel: 01923 264681 Directions Leave M25 at J20, A4251 into Kings Langley. Turn left in High Street up Vicarage Lane to Chipperfield (approx 2 miles). In village, turn left after Land Rover dealer into Kings Lane, to cross-roads. Ground opposite. Car park near church, after Two Brewers. 2nd Ground 3rd XI Ground - Bovingdon CC, Bovingdon Green. HP3 0LB, See directions under Bovingdon CC Contact Richard Hudson rich.hudson@thepca.co.uk Mob: 07375 414694 Secretary Pete Elsworth peteels@virginmedia.com Mob: 01442 875319 Fixtures Martin Oliver martinollie8@aol.com Mob: 07758 596698 Safeguarding Warren Gregory woza69@yahoo.com Mob: 07712 555920 Juniors Warren Gregory woza69@yahoo.com Mob: 07712 555920 Captains 1st XI (CC1) Michael Edwards Division Three A Mob: 07900 075336 2nd XI (CC2) Andy Price Division Eight A Mob: 07958 368700 3rd XI (CC3) Martin Oliver Regional Division B West Mob: 07758 596698

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Chorleywood

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Ground The Common, Chorleywood, Herts, WD3 5SG Tel: 01923 284529 Directions From M25 (j18) take A404 towards Amersham. Ground adjacent to Christ Church after ¾ mile. 2nd Ground Westwood Park, Chenies,Avenue, Little Chalfont HP6 6PW, From M25 (j18). A404 to Little Chalfont. Less than ½ mile into village, turn right, Elizabeth Avenue. 3rd right, Chenies Avenue. Ground at end on right. Contact Jeremy Hinds jeremy@fhinds.co.uk Mob: 07743 321809 Secretary John Chadwick John.Chadwick@minervauk.com Mob: 07789 432063 Fixtures Tom Smithson tom.p.smithson@btinternet.com Mob: 07789 310698 Safeguarding Lesley Neal janeal@ntlworld.com Mob: 07974 953182 Juniors Patrick Ryan patrick@mission-communications.net Mob: 07785 773258 Captains 1st XI (CW1) Edward Lye Division Two A Mob: 07773 689213 2nd XI (CW2) Jeremy Hinds Division Four B Mob: 07743 321809 3rd XI (CW3) Nigel Tyler Division Ten B Mob: 07799 131119 4th XI (CW4) Adrian Bryant Regional Division C West Mob: 07831 384858

Clifton

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Ground Claybridge Ground, Stanford Lane, Clifton, Beds, SG17 5EU Directions From A1 (j10) head west on A507 (towards Stotfold/Shefford) for 4½ miles. Turn right at Henlow village roundabout signposted to Henlow/Langford, B659. Continue over first roundabout then after 1 mile turn left at mini roundabout, signposted Clifton. After 1 mile, ground is on right. Contact Rob Davidson robdavidson1989@hotmail.co.uk Tel: 07376 490434 Mob: 07376 490434 Secretary Contact Fixtures Josh Scandrett josh-scandrett@hotmail.com Tel: 07805 427129 Mob: 07805 427129 Safeguarding Josh Scandrett josh-scandrett@hotmail.com Tel: 07805 427129 Mob: 07805 427129 Juniors Josh Scandrett josh-scandrett@hotmail.com Tel: 07805 427129 Mob: 07805 427129 Captains 1st XI (CL1) Jack Brown Division Six A Mob: 07866 298353

Cockfosters

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Ground Chalk Lane, Cockfosters, EN4 9JG Directions Take A111 from M25, j24. Opposite Cockfosters underground station. 2nd Ground Old Minchendenians SA, Bramley Road, Southgate, N14 4HL, See Old Minchendenians CC Contact Chris Edwards shagedwards@hotmail.com Mob: 07901 Secretary Geoff Williams gsw_hudders@ntlworld.com Mob: 07748 Fixtures Neil Hale neil2358@msn.com Mob: 07745 Safeguarding Neil Hale neil2358@msn.com Mob: 07745 Juniors Geoff Williams gsw_hudders@ntlworld.com Mob: 07748 Captains 1st XI (CF1) Sam Barker Division Three B Mob: 07758 2nd XI (CF2) Ben Howell Division Seven A Mob: 07786 3rd XI (CF3) Neil Hale Regional Division A East Mob: 07745

Datchworth

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Ground Datchworth Sports Club, Datchworth Green, Datchworth, SG3 6TL Tel: 01438 812490 Directions Off A1 north at j6, to Clock Motel roundabout. Take B197 for 2 miles to Woolmer Green. Turn right opp Chequers pub. Datchworth, 1 mile, entrance on right just before tennis courts on village green. 2nd Ground Datchworth Sports Club, , As for main ground. Pitch is behind clubhouse Contact Will Nash will.nash@datchworthsportsclub.com Mob: 07747 003189 Secretary Luke Bennett luke.a.bennett@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07904 986156 Fixtures Stuart Warrington warrington21@msn.com Mob: 07986 215815 Safeguarding Siobhan Curran siobhan.curran@sky.com Juniors Belinda Jenner belinda.jenner@datchworthsportsclub.com Captains 1st XI (DW1) Steve Gregory Division Three A Mob: 07984 278086 2nd XI (DW2) Chris Bonser Division Seven A Mob: 07846 552594 3rd XI (DW3) Tom Braithwaite Regional Division A East Mob: 07972 807485 4th XI (DW4) Jae Pearse Regional Division C North Mob: 07932 329920

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Dunstable

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Edmonton

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Ground Lancot Park, Dunstable Road, Totternhoe, LU6 1QP Tel: 01582 663735 Directions From town centre, B489 (West Street) towards Aston Clinton. After 1 mile, turn right at roundabout after Texaco Garage. Follow Totternhoe Rd. Ground on right after 1 mile. 2nd Ground As for main ground, , Contact Robert Simpkins robbieno26@googlemail.com Mob: 07736 933533 Secretary Harry Wright harry.wright@ntlworld.com Mob: 07528 262997 Fixtures Harry Wright harry.wright@ntlworld.com Mob: 07528 262997 Safeguarding Gina Hassall gina.hassall@sky.com Juniors Phill Lewis plewis1965@sky.com Tel: 07828 652220 Captains 1st XI (DU1) Mathew Woodcock Championship Mob: 07306 184424 2nd XI (DU2) Sam Marshall Division Three A Mob: 07590 692125 3rd XI (DU3) Harry Wright Division Eight B Mob: 07528 262997 Ground Edmonton Sports & Social Club, Church Street, Edmonton, London, N9 9HL Directions Corner of Great Cambridge Road (A10) and Church Street Contact Shiva T. Singh treasureredmontoncc@gmail.com Secretary Randy Noel presidentedmontoncc@gmail.com Fixtures Randy Noel presidentedmontoncc@gmail.com Safeguarding Juniors Captains 1st XI (ED1) Chris Goddard Regional Division B East

Eversholt

Tel: 0208 807 5341

Mob: 07534 964229 Mob: 07478 690118 Mob: 07478 690118 Mob: 07800 654785

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Ground Eversholt Cricket Ground, Church End, Eversholt, Bedfordshire, MK17 9DT Tel: 01525 280760 Directions From M1 (j12) take B5120 to Toddington. Turn right at church and follow road to end (3 miles) into Milton Bryan. Turn right at T junction to Eversholt. Ground next to church. Park behind village hall. Contact Jake Nichols jake.e.nichols@gmail.com Mob: 07540 644714 Secretary Menish Parmar menish@btinternet.com Mob: 07711 640231 Fixtures Michael Humphrey mfhumphrey22@hotmail.com Mob: 07432 030494 Safeguarding Beverly Ward beverly.ward61@btinternet.com Tel: 01908 370057 Mob: 07986 440140 Juniors Luke Singleton lukesing@hotmail.com Mob: 07717 723946 Captains 1st XI (EV1) Jake Nichols Division Three A Mob: 07540 644714

Flamstead

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Ground Friendless Lane, Flamstead, Herts, AL3 8DE Directions From M1 (j9) head towards Dunstable. Take 1st left to Flamstead. Follow road through village to T junction. Turn right then 1st left into car park. What 3 words location - Vital land apple Contact James Clark james_clark_2005@hotmail.com Mob: 07900 696847 Secretary Nick Ross flamsteadccmembership@gmail.com Mob: 07988 662176 Fixtures Nick Ross flamsteadccmembership@gmail.com Mob: 07988 662176 Safeguarding Charlie Hill flamsteadcricketclub@gmail.com Mob: 07747 017361 Juniors Charlie Hill flamsteadcricketclub@gmail.com Mob: 07747 017361 Captains 1st XI (FL1) James Clark Division Four B Mob: 07900 696847 2nd XI (FL2) Sachith Dassanayake Division Ten B Mob: 07877 176739

Flitwick

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Ground The Hardy Vale, Flitwick Road, Westoning, Beds, MK45 5AA Tel: 01525 715100 Directions Leave M1 (j12). Take A5120 for 2.5 miles, through Westoning. Ground adjacent to Flitvale Nurseries. 2nd Ground Same as main ground but enter right hand side of car park, drive through gate and park on far side.. Contact Phil Gurney philgurney666@btinternet.com Tel: 01234213481 Mob: 07969 558260 Secretary Lyn Alder lyn.alder@virgin.net Tel: 01234 766750 Mob: 07719 757615 Fixtures Andrew Summerfield summerfield17@yahoo.co.uk Tel: 01525 404198 Mob: 07851 041867 Safeguarding Tash Moxon-Booth tinytash00@hotmail.com Tel: 01525 751024 Mob: 07736 297136 Juniors Howard Moxon ivorhope@hotmail.com Tel: 01525 753580 Mob: 07740 365050 Captains 1st XI (FW1) George Thurstance Championship Mob: 07578 562989 2nd XI (FW2) Steve Davies Division Two B Mob: 07814 429832 3rd XI (FW3) Robert Timms Division Seven A Mob: 07801 428701 4th XI (FW4) Andy Woodcock Regional Division C North Mob: 07516 036592

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Frogmore

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Ground The Recreation Ground, Park Street Lane, Park Street, St Albans, AL2 2ND Directions From A414 Park Street roundabout south of St Albans, take A5183 signposted Radlett. Head south, under railway bridge, after 400 yds turn right into Park Street Lane (after Falcon PH). Ground on left. Contact Chris Anstey Chris.Anstey@ITV.com Secretary Joe Medlin Joe.Medlin@Storm-Technologies.com Fixtures Alex Coker Alex.Coker@storm-technologies.com Safeguarding Jack Massey jack.massey@storm-technologies.com Mob: 07874 265714 Juniors Mark Baskett mark.baskett@corneyandbarrow.com Captains 1st XI (FR1) Jack Massey Division Five A Mob: 07874 265714

Great Gaddesden

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Ground Bridens Camp, Nr. Hemel Hempstead, HP2 6EY Tel: 07813 025388 Directions Take A4146 out of Hemel Hempstead towards Leighton Buzzard. 2½ miles from the 'magic roundabout' turn right at Red Lion. Ground opposite Crown & Sceptre pub. Contact Stuart Oliver stuart.oliver@ntlworld.com Tel: 01582 654884 Mob: 07722 235141 Secretary Contact Fixtures James Crawley jwscrawley@hotmail.com Mob: 07742 241016 Safeguarding Michael Bolton michael.bolton13@ntlworld.com Juniors John Cheeseman jcheeseman1@msn.com Mob: 07841 413601 Captains 1st XI (GG1) Alan James Henry Division Nine B Mob: 07487 560960

Greenwood Park

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Ground Tippendell Lane, Chiswell Green, St Albans, AL2 3HW Directions Tippendall Lane runs between A405 North Orbital and Three Hammers pub, Chiswell Green. Use A405 from M1 (j6) and M25 (j21A) or from St Albans. Turn at roundabout (signposted) approx. ¾ mile from Noke roundabout or Park Street roundabout. Contact Ed Gray eddiegray32@btconnect.com Mob: 07896 533800 Secretary Contact Fixtures Troy Petchey Safeguarding James Otter james.s.otter@gmail.com Mob: 07517 424366 Captains 1st XI (GP1) Chris Kent Division Six B Mob: 07917 604746

Harpenden

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Ground The Common, Harpenden, AL5 2JD Tel: 01582 763620 Directions On A1081, ½ mile south of town centre. 2nd Ground St George's School, Carlton Road, Harpenden, AL5 4TD, Carlton Road is off Station Rd, opposite station car park. School after ½ mile. Please use main car park. Contact Peter Frost frostp@msn.com Mob: 07768 955013 Secretary Cleve Belcher hccsec20@gmail.com Mob: 07715 332205 Fixtures David Byrne byrnedotdavid@gmail.com Mob: 07775 943807 Safeguarding Cleve Belcher hccsec20@gmail.com Mob: 07715 332205 Juniors Scott Galloway s-galloway@hotmail.com Mob: 07500 899271 Captains 1st XI (HP1) Nick Lamb Premier Division Mob: 07795 662575 2nd XI (HP2) Oliver Tuck Division One Mob: 07972 499912 3rd XI (HP3) Jack Killen Division Three B Mob: 07715 104113 4th XI (HP4) Joseph McNiel Division Eight A Mob: 07792 031664 5th XI (HP5) James Gill Division Ten A Mob: 07771 906557 6th XI (HP6) Ian Field Regional Division A West Mob: 07834 855086

Harpenden Dolphins

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Ground Napsbury Park, Pegrum Drive, Napsbury Park, AL2 1GE Directions From M25 J22 take B556 towards Radlett. Pass Watford and Arsenal training grounds on left then turn right over M25 on B5378. At roundabout turn left into Napsbury Park and left again into Pegrum Drive. Contact Ollie Lacey ollielacey96@hotmail.com Mob: 07769 331871 Secretary Adam Driscoll adamdriscoll92@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07947 317720 Fixtures Mike Lacey mjlacey65@hotmail.com Tel: 01582 762798 Mob: 07956 985167 Safeguarding Anthony Rayner anthonypjrayner@gmail.com Mob: 07887 794318 Juniors Graham Downes g.downes@btinternet.com Mob: 07920 080151 Captains 1st XI (HD1) Paul Bonney Division Seven B Mob: 07738 441647

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Hatch End

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Ground Hatch End Cricket Club, Aldenham Road, Elstree WD6 3BD Directions From Watford Road (A411), turn into Aldenham Road by Elstree Tennis Club, ground 300 yards on left. Contact Andy Williams andywilliamshecc@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07881 308358 Secretary Steve Lawrence sid.lawrence@talk21.com Mob: 07904 234065 Fixtures Sukhbir Singh sukhbirsingh.ait@gmail.com Mob: 07507 672295 Safeguarding Sean Gibbons seangibbons@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07935 736634 Juniors Kunal Shah shahk7@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07932 032271 Captains 1st XI (HE1) Lee Woodhouse Division Seven B Mob: 07791 080459 2nd XI (HE2) Sean Gibbons Regional Division B West Mob: 07935 736634

Hatfield & Crusaders

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Ground Hatfield & Crusaders Cricket Club, Ascots Lane, Welwyn Garden City, AL7 4HJ Tel: 01707 272380 Directions Use A1000 between Hatfield and Welwyn GC. Follow signs to QE II Hospital. Turn into Ascots Lane at mini roundabout alongside hospital, signed to Mill Green Golf Club. 2nd Ground Newgate Street Village, Hertford, SG13 8RA, Contact Adrian Collins adrian.collins@fastlanepab.co.uk Tel: 01727 836130 Mob: 07825 587651 Secretary Gareth Wynne gmangareth@hotmail.com Mob: 07506 679223 Fixtures Contact Safeguarding Gareth Wynne gmangareth@hotmail.com Mob: 07506 679223 Juniors Alex Digby alexdigby1993@hotmail.com Mob: 07585 704144 Captains 1st XI (HC1) Ben Clark Division Four A Mob: 07760 236280 2nd XI (HC2) Andrew Foster Division Six B Mob: 07743 888614 3rd XI (HC3) Barry Phillips Regional Division B East Mob: 07733 188871

Hatfield Hyde

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Ground King George V Playing Field, Beehive Lane, Welwyn Garden City, Herts, AL7 4BP Tel: 01707 326700 Directions Follow signs to QEII Hospital. Beehive Lane is almost opposite main hospital entrance. Turn left after Beehive pub. Use KGV car park only (after Moorlands, opposite). 2nd Ground As main ground, Second ground and separate changing facilities a short walk from the main clubhouse. Contact James Godbold godbolds@gmail.com Mob: 07768 490106 Secretary Jenny Davies secretary.hatfieldhydecc@gmail.com Mob: 07443 519718 Fixtures Alan Carter alan.carter1984@googlemail.com Mob: 07854 630152 Safeguarding Natalie Johnson Natalie.johnson1981@gmail.com Mob: 07464 673057 Juniors Stuart Johnson stuart@welwynbls.co.uk Mob: 07765 678401 Captains 1st XI (HY1) Miflan Mujreen Division Four B Mob: 07456 542238 2nd XI (HY2) Adam Boland Division Nine A Mob: 07810 037309 3rd XI (HY3) Alan Pikesley Regional Division B East Mob: 07983 070879 4th XI (HY4) Luke Jeffery Regional Division C North Mob: 07450 182508

Hemel Hempstead Town

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Ground Heath Park, Station Road, Hemel Hempstead, HP1 1JZ Directions 1 minute from Hemel's "magic roundabout" on the road towards Hemel Hempstead station. 2nd Ground Heath Park nursery ground. Adjacent to main ground. Contact Mike Samuels mjsamuels@btinternet.com Mob: 07710 673168 Secretary Lesley Cheesewright LesleyCW1@hotmail.com Mob: 07952 510124 Fixtures Paul Thompson paulfthompson45@gmail.com Mob: 07814 608292 Safeguarding Robert Lane r.lane@virgin.net Mob: 07734 739852 Juniors Neil Morgan nmorgs@gmail.com Mob: 07776 072288 Captains 1st XI (HH1) Nick Hodgins Championship Mob: 07545 425796 2nd XI (HH2) Rory Fraser Division Three B Mob: 07907 038894 3rd XI (HH3) Rameez Hussain Division Six A Mob: 07415 980610 4th XI (HH4) Graham Clark Division Nine A Mob: 07887 623605

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Hertford

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Ground Balls Park, Mangrove Road, Hertford, Herts, SG13 8AJ Tel: 01992 581983 Directions From A10 take A414 to Hertford and turn left at sign to Simon Balle School. Along Mangrove Road take 3rd entrance on left. From A1, take A414 to Hertford, turn right to Balls Park off road to A10. 2nd Ground Same as main ground (grass and artificial), Please bring appropriate footwear. Contact David Williams david.williams280@ntlworld.com Tel: 01992 586744 Secretary Richard Eaton richard.eaton@roche.com Mob: 07867 908993 Fixtures David Spring david@springfamily.org.uk Tel: 01992 554001 Safeguarding Kanchana Vanhove kanchana.vanhove@gmail.com Mob: 07793 070442 Juniors Mick Ray michael.ray1@btinternet.com Tel: 01920 464308 Captains 1st XI (HF1) Benjamin Cowell Premier Division Mob: 07429 180190 2nd XI (HF2) Ben Orchard Division Two B Mob: 07818 005035 3rd XI (HF3) Ian Codd Division Five A Mob: 07511 916621 4th XI (HF4) Nick Horton Division Nine B Mob: 07752 223072

Hertingfordbury

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Hitchin

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Ground St Mary's Lane, Hertingfordbury, Hertford, Hertfordshire, SG14 2LE Directions Heading west out of Hertford on A414, pass under railway bridge to 2nd roundabout and turn left into village. From west, village is signposted at roundabout on A414. Just after the White Horse Hotel take left fork into St Mary's Lane. Ground is 50 metres on left, past church. Contact Bernard Murphy popsmurf51@gmail.com Mob: 07799 671352 Secretary Moss Goodwin moss.goodwin@yahoo.com Mob: 07920 095499 Fixtures Martin Ambler martinambler@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07725 877046 Safeguarding Dominic Spong dominicspong@yahoo.co.uk Juniors Bernard Murphy popsmurf51@gmail.com Mob: 07799 671352 Captains 1st XI (HB1) Martin Ambler Division Five B Mob: 07725 877046 2nd XI (HB2) Bernard Murphy Regional Division A East Mob: 07799 671352 Ground Lucas Lane, Hitchin SG5 2LU Tel: 01462 434468 Directions A505 Luton to Bedford Road, in one-way system, past Waitrose on right to traffic lights. Turn left into Oughtonhead Way. After 400 yds, around small park, turn left into Lavender Way. Entrance to ground opposite end of road. 2nd Ground Adjacent to main ground Contact Geoff Edwards geoff.edwards65@gmail.com Mob: 07740 621531 Secretary Simon Bayston simonbayston@hotmail.com Mob: 07818 490287 Fixtures Ashley Hammond ashley_hammond@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07714 006010 Safeguarding Chris Maylin chrismaylin68@gmail.com Mob: 07985 264939 Juniors Chris Maylin chrismaylin68@gmail.com Mob: 07985 264939 Captains 1st XI (HI1) Sanjay Chandarana Division One Mob: 07909 111605 2nd XI (HI2) Peter Bell Division Four B Mob: 07855 957030 3rd XI (HI3) Stuart Gwinnett Division Nine A 4th XI (HI4) Eric Lanyon Regional Division A East Mob: 07763 238548 5th XI (HI5) Joe Elliot Regional Division C North Mob: 07973 335767

Hoddesdon

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Ground Lowfield, Park View, Hoddesdon, EN11 8QA Tel: 01992 463133 Directions At southern end of High Street (A1170) turn into Cock Lane at mini roundabout. Take 1st right, Park View. Ground on left. 2nd Ground Roydon Cricket Club, Occupation Lane, CM19 5HJ, From A414 take B181 over level crossing into Roydon High Street. At T junction go straight over onto track to ground 100yds Contact Clive Lewis c.lewis15@btinternet.com Mob: 07834 339008 Secretary Contact Fixtures Alan Casbard a.casbard@ntlworld.com Mob: 07815 609129 Safeguarding Nikki Welsby nikki.welsby@ukgateway.net Mob: 07792 878645 Juniors Harry Mason harrymason@live.co.uk Mob: 07725 111427 Captains 1st XI (HO1) Rob Walters Premier Division Mob: 07702 167253 2nd XI (HO2) Adam Sturdy Division Two B Mob: 07535 224278 3rd XI (HO3) Nick Gandon Division Nine A Mob: 07799 477758 4th XI (HO4) Ross Maughan Division Ten B Mob: 07557 124439 5th XI (HO5) James Buse Regional Division C East Mob: 07532 164934

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Holtwhites Trinibis

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Ground Kirkland Drive, Holtwhites Hill, Enfield, EN2 0RN Tel: 0208 363 4449 Directions From M25 J24, take A1005 to Enfield. After 3½ miles, 1st left past Chase Farm Hospital. Right at mini roundabout into Holtwhite Hill. Turn left after bridge. 2nd Ground As for main ground Contact Bob Akers robertakers5@gmail.com Tel: 020 896 73403 Mob: 07772 777494 Secretary Mike Jones michaelgjones@protonmail.com Mob: 07913 388244 Fixtures Peter Morley peter.john.morley@gmail.com Mob: 07916 448398 Safeguarding Janet Blacktopp davidblacktop@btinternet.com Tel: 01438 815580 Mob: 07380 797756 Juniors Bob Akers robertakers5@gmail.com Tel: 020 896 73403 Mob: 07772 777494 Captains 1st XI (HT1) Haseeb Kashmiri Division One Mob: 07539 222521 2nd XI (HT2) Josh Bonner Division Four B Mob: 07538 745580 3rd XI (HT3) Muz Kashmiri Division Ten A Mob: 07956 441441

Ickleford

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Ground Ickleford Sports and Recreation Ground, Walnut Way, Ickleford, Hitchin, SG5 3YA Directions From Hitchin town centre (A600) after 1½ miles turn right into Turnpike Lane then 2nd left into Walnut Way. Ground at top of road. 2nd Ground John Rand Recreation Ground, Holwell Road, SG5 3SL. From Hitchin town centre, 2.7 miles north on A600 Bedford Road, turn left (signposted Holwell) into Recreation Ground on the left after ½ mile. Contact Roy Izzard roy.izzard@outlook.com Tel: 01462 433171 Mob: 07803 202498 Secretary Contact Fixtures Mark Howard howieopener@outlook.com Tel: 01462 625475 Mob: 07944 707968 Safeguarding Richard Brown richard.h.brown@gsk.com Mob: 07870 523443 Juniors Richard Brown richard.h.brown@gsk.com Mob: 07870 523443 Captains 1st XI (IK1) Luke Marsden Division One Mob: 07711 299567 2nd XI (IK2) Richard Brown Division Five A Mob: 07870 523443 3rd XI (IK3) Mark Howard Regional Division A East Mob: 07944 707968 4th XI (IK4) Ian Cheesman Regional Division C North Mob: 07891 620200

Kings Langley

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Ground The Pavilion, The Common, Vicarage Lane, Kings Langley, WD4 9HS Directions From M25 (j20) take A4251 into Kings Langley High Street and take 2nd left into Vicarage Lane. Ground at top of lane. 2nd Ground 3rd XI Rudolph Steiner School, Langley Hill, WD4 9HG, At the cross roads by the main ground, turn left from Vicarage Lane. School car park is 100 metres on the right Contact Andrew Colquhoun colquhoun_andrew@yahoo.co.uk Secretary Contact Fixtures Contact Safeguarding Jennie Lydon jennie113@hotmail.co.uk Juniors Greg Pinchin gregpinchin@icloud.com Captains 1st XI (KL1) Harry Sambrook Division Two A 2nd XI (KL2) Jacob Hutchings Division Seven B 3rd XI (KL3) Jamie Calvin Regional Division C West

Knebworth Park

Ground Old Knebworth Lane, Knebworth, Herts, SG3 6HQ Directions From Stevenage and A1M, take B197 towards Knebworth. At Roebuck Inn turn right onto Old Knebworth Lane to ground after 1¼ miles on right. 2nd Ground 3rd/4th XIs. Adjacent to main ground Contact Chris Johnson chrisjohnson.1@sky.com Secretary David Baird davidmckbaird@hotmail.com Fixtures Contact Safeguarding David Baird davidmckbaird@hotmail.com Juniors Chris Johnson chrisjohnson.1@sky.com Captains 1st XI (KP1) Charlie Randall Division Two A 2nd XI (KP2) Robert Morley Division Five A 3rd XI (KP3) James Roos Division Nine A 4th XI (KP4) Jonathan Cirkel Regional Division C North

Tel: 01923 400500

Mob: 07752 375066

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07971 07989 07722 07968

565259 175724 447311 005927

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Tel: 01438 813894

Mob: 07867 580492 Mob: 07919 598308 Mob: 07919 598308 Mob: Mob: Mob: Mob:

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Langleybury

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Ground Hunton Bridge, Abbots Langley, Herts, WD4 8RJ Tel: 01923 267568 Directions On A41 between Watford and Kings Langley, Hunton Bridge. Turn left at traffic lights immediately before Langleybury Church. From M25 (j20) head towards Watford. Ground on right at 1st traffic lights. 2nd Ground 3rd/4th XIs, Adjacent to main ground (grass & artifical) Contact Graham Reid hjinsulations@aol.com Mob: 07778 655578 Secretary Louise Parry lou11223311@yahoo.co.uk Mob: 07966 142012 Fixtures Tim Beesley beezers@icloud.com Mob: 07703 168863 Safeguarding Sonia Coleman scoleman300@gmail.com Mob: 07507 563362 Juniors Kevin Gallagher kevin.gallagher@langleyburyccfc.co.uk Mob: 07813 332284 Captains 1st XI (LA1) Ross Channer Championship Mob: 07813 774378 2nd XI (LA2) Andy Felton Division Four A Mob: 07976 584026 3rd XI (LA3) Paul Crawley Division Nine A Mob: 07590 516212

Letchmore

Ground Aldenham School, Aldenham Rd, Radlett, Elstree WD6 3AJ Directions From A41 near M1 J5, take B462 towards Radlett. After a mile at Round Bush turn right and follow road for 2 miles to school. Contact Rob Salt rsalt1@sky.com Tel: 01442 259460 Secretary Tony Albon anthonyalbon@outlook.com Tel: 01727 873367 Fixtures Contact Safeguarding Michael Tattershall mtatters2002@yahoo.co.uk Tel: 01442 404778 Juniors Captains 1st XI (LE1) Michael Bradford Division Ten B

Letchworth Garden City

Mob: 07930 811276 Mob: 07488 292807 Mob: 07593 637773 Mob: 07803 963067

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Ground Whitethorn Lane, Letchworth Garden City, SG6 2DN Tel: 01462 684530 Directions From A1 (j9) take A505 signed to town. On one way section, after ambulance station and petrol station, turn left into Howard Drive, then 3rd right. Ground on left 50 yards past traffic calming control. 2nd Ground Fairfield Hall, Kingsley Ave, SG5 4FX, From A1M (j10) take A507 towards Stotfold. Go left at 2nd roundabout towards Letchworth/Ickleford. 25 metres after roundabout turn right. Contact Dan Heydon daniel.heydon@asg.com Mob: 07930 245163 Secretary Harry Aitkenhead aitkenheadhj@outlook.com Mob: 07770 885105 Fixtures Graham Bishton graham.bishton@googlemail.com Mob: 07763 562289 Safeguarding Dan Heydon daniel.heydon@asg.com Mob: 07930 245163 Juniors Dave Mullen David.Mullen@lighthousegroup.co.uk Mob: 07917 834124 Captains 1st XI (LW1) Tim Graham Championship Mob: 07879 010927 2nd XI (LW2) David Albon Division Three A Mob: 07746 311673 3rd XI (LW3) Duncan Elder Division Six A Mob: 07765 256217 4th XI (LW4) Elliott Lee Division Ten A Mob: 07814 823916 5th XI (LW5) Jeremy Gillham Regional Division B East Mob: 07887 566046

Leverstock Green

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Ground The Green, Bedmond Road, Leverstock Green, HP3 8LJ Directions From M1 junction 8. Turn left at 2nd roundabout. Ground on the right after half a mile, opposite village shops. Fork right at The Olde Leather Bottle pub into Bedmond Road for club car park on right-hand side. 2nd Ground Parmiter's School, High Elms Lane, Garston, WD25 0UU, From M1 (j6) / M25 (j21a) go towards Watford on A405. ½ mile after M1 follow sign for West Herts Crematorium into High Elms Lane. Sports Centre car park 100 yards on right. Contact Richard Walker richogbfc@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07881 658415 Secretary Tony Williams tony.williams@19leverstock.co.uk Tel: 01442 250280 Mob: 07780 514440 Fixtures Contact Safeguarding Keeley Downes keeleydownes@hotmail.com Mob: 07896 237548 Juniors Mike Downes downes_mike@hotmail.com Mob: 07768 976372 Captains 1st XI (LG1) Dayle Littlejohn Division One Mob: 07707 317848 2nd XI (LG2) Richard Walker Division Four A Mob: 07881 658415 3rd XI (LG3) Ritchie Carruthers Division Eight B Mob: 07715 411201 4th XI (LG4) Dave Young Regional Division B West Mob: 07786 056124

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Little Berkhamsted Sahibs

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Ground The Recreation Field, Church Road, Little Berkhamsted, Hertford, SG13 8LY Directions From B158 between Hatfield and Hertford turn at Robins Nest Hill to village. Left at war memorial, ground opposite the Five Horseshoes pub. Contact Kazim Shahzad kazimshahzad13@gmail.com Secretary Mohamed Hammoudan mohamed.hammoudan@live.co.uk Fixtures Contact Safeguarding Rhys Jaggers rhysjaggers50@gmail.com Juniors Rhys Jaggers rhysjaggers50@gmail.com Captains 1st XI (LB1) Kazim Shahzad Division Eight A 2nd XI (LB2) Colin Hogan Regional Division B East

London Colney

Tel: 07982 463798

Mob: 07944 688018 Mob: 07960 670435 Mob: Mob: Mob: Mob:

07496 07496 07944 07721

158955 158955 688018 077500

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Ground Shenley Village Ground, Green Street, Shenley, Herts, WD7 9BD Directions From M25 (j22) take B 556 (Bell Lane) towards Radlett. At first roundabout turn left on to B5378 to Shenley. Drive through village and turn right at mini-roundabout just past the White Horse PH (still on B5378) signposted to Borehamwood. Ground is 300 metres on right opposite allotments. Contact Andrew Stirrat a.stirrat@vinteclabs.com T Mob: 07970 010050 Secretary Contact Fixtures Trevor Ray rayradioray@aol.com Tel: 07952 646243 Mob: 07952 646243 Safeguarding Adam Stuart adam@stuartconsultancyltd.co.uk Tel: 07903 738776 Mob: 07903 738776 Juniors Graham Seymour graham@fncsports.com Mob: 07961 434331 Captains 1st XI (LC1) Scott Hadley Division Four B Mob: 07752 278366 2nd XI (LC2) Paul Seymour Division Nine B Mob: 07814 431981

Luton Town & Indians

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Ground Wardown Park, Old Bedford Road, Luton, Beds, LU2 7HA Tel: 01582 727855 Directions From town centre take A6 (Bedford). At 1st roundabout turn right into Stockingstone Rd, then right at traffic lights, to Wardown Park on right. 2nd Ground Lancaster Avenue, Luton, LU2 7AD, From Luton Town Centre take A6 (Bedford) continue past 3roundabouts, ground 3rd on right, 150 yds after Warden Beefeater Tavern. Contact Krunal Kalani kalani.krunal@gmail.com Mob: 07969 635538 Secretary Aroon Patel maroon123@ntlworld.com Mob: 07884 519323 Fixtures Pravin Mistry pravin.mistry0847@ntlworld.com Mob: 07892 401660 Safeguarding Krunal Kalani kalani.krunal@gmail.com Mob: 07969 635538 Juniors Mushin Raquib m.raquib@live.com Mob: 07850 957536 Captains 1st XI (LT1) Dhruv Patel Championship 2nd XI (LT2) Wakar Arif Division Three A Mob: 07737 950954 3rd XI (LT3) Viren Patel Division Five B Mob: 07948 148055 4th XI (LT4) Mushtaq Dalvi Division Eight A Mob: 07789 995282

Lutonian

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Ground Lower Wardown Cricket Pavilion, New Bedford Road, Luton, LU2 7HA Directions Entrance (Museum/West Lodge) on A6 New Bedford Road, 400 yards south of roundabout on A5228 or coming from Luton, immediately after pedestrian crossing. Contact Sam Parkar sam.parkar@ntlworld.com Secretary Avesh Odedra aveshodedra@hotmail.com Tel: 01462 632338 Fixtures Anil Ishaq anil_ishaq@hotmail.com Safeguarding Siraj Nasir sirajkhan_7@hotmail.com Juniors Sajid Sharif s_sharif67@hotmail.com Captains 1st XI (LN1) Awais Khan Division Three B 2nd XI (LN2) Siraj Nasir Division Eight A

Mob: Mob: Mob: Mob: Mob: Mob: Mob:

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932249 025347 105611 157940 957704 389731 157940

Markyate & Luton Town

Ground Cavendish Road, Markyate, AL3 8PT Directions From M1 (j9), on A5183 towards Dunstable, after 1.6 miles turn left (signposted). Bear right, go ¾ mile (down High Street) & turn left onto Cavendish Rd. Ground on right at top of hill; sign village hall. Contact Adil Bukhari Adal_121@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07951 729261 Secretary Nasir Khan nasirkhan@live.co.uk Mob: 07504 831390 Fixtures Nasir Khan nasirkhan@live.co.uk Mob: 07504 831390 Safeguarding Shoukat Sheikh shoukatsheikh1969@gmail.com Mob: 07718 594512 Juniors Nasir Khan nasirkhan@live.co.uk Mob: 07504 831390 Captains 1st XI (MY1) Adil Bukhari Regional Division A West Mob: 07951 729261

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Mill Hill Village

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Ground Burtonhole Lane, Mill Hill, London, NW7 1AS Tel: 0203 719 4801 Directions From B552, The Ridgeway, turn opposite Adam and Eve Pub into Burtonhole Lane. Down hill, turn left towards Finchley Nurseries. Go past the Nurseries on your left & take next left before white picket fence. 2nd Ground As fo rmain ground, Contact Phil Smith phil.smith@ericsson.com Mob: 07976 297721 Secretary Contact Fixtures Contact Safeguarding Edward Kelly edwardpkelly@hotmail.com Mob: 07802 410485 Juniors Phil Smith phil.smith@ericsson.com Mob: 07976 297721 Captains 1st XI (MH1) Daniel Potter Division Five B Mob: 07711 883828 2nd XI (MH2) Kudzai Makopa Division Eight B Mob: 07500 838454 3rd XI (MH3) Phil Smith Division Ten B Mob: 07976 297721 4th XI (MH4) Pryank Patel Regional Division C East Mob: 07985 406728

North Enfield

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Ground Strayfield Road, Clay Hill, Enfield, EN2 9JE Tel: 020 8363 2118 Directions From M25 (j24) take A1005 towards Enfield. Turn left at Botany Bay (Robin Hood pub) into East Lodge Lane. At T junction turn right towards Crews Hill BR station, to St John's Church after 1.4 miles. Turn right into Strayfield Road, ground is 200 yards on left. Contact David Malleson chairman@northenfieldcc.co.uk Mob: 07786 351849 Secretary Steve Gilmore secretary@northenfieldcc.co.uk Mob: 07921 310339 Fixtures Contact Safeguarding Nick Munt Safeguarding@northenfieldcc.co.uk Mob: 07930 644783 Juniors Nick Munt Safeguarding@northenfieldcc.co.uk Mob: 07930 644783 Captains 1st XI (NE1) Tom Coughlan Division Three A Mob: 07966 695832 2nd XI (NE2) Jack Wilson Division Ten B Mob: 07507 393726

North Mymms

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Ground Home Farm, North Mymms Park, Nr Hatfield, AL9 7TP Tel: 01707 643238 Directions From A1000 go 1.2 miles through Welham Green to first left after crossing A1M, signed North Mymms Church. Bear left on Tollgate Road to ground. 2nd Ground Royal Veterinary College, Hawkshead Lane, North Mymms, AL9 7TA, South of Brookmans Park, turn right into Hawkshead Lane, to college. Contact Andy Lewis lewey103@icloud.com Mob: 07734 745264 Secretary Stuart Feast Stuart@feastnoble.com Mob: 07947 733344 Fixtures Ian Cheeseman ian.cheeseman0704@btinternet.com Safeguarding Katharine Wayman katherine.whayman@btopenworld.com Mob: 07870 985443 Juniors Katharine Wayman katherine.whayman@btopenworld.com Mob: 07870 985443 Captains 1st XI (NM1) Nesan Jeyaratnam Premier Division Mob: 07496 360410 2nd XI (NM2) Adam Davies Division Five A Mob: 07904 705133 3rd XI (NM3) Rajen Shah Regional Division C East Mob: 07956100597

Northampton Exiles

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Ground Clowes Ground, Barrowell Green, Winchmore Hill, London, N21 3AU Tel: 020 8886 2077 Directions From M25 (j24) take A111 through Cockfosters and Southgate. At Southgate roundabout take 2nd exit (The Bourne) for 1.2 miles to traffic lights at St John Church. Turn left into Green Lanes (A105). If coming from North Circular, A10 junction, go 1 mile on A111 Hedge Lane, to Green Lanes. Take the 6th right into Barrowell Green and ground is ¼ mile on left. 2nd Ground Same as main ground. Contact David Taylor davidjtaylor4444@gmail.com Tel: 020 8367 7266 Mob: 07973 162006 Secretary Peter Gilbert peter@scorebox.plus.com Tel: 020 8341 2922 Mob: 07847 210537 Fixtures Peter Gilbert peter@scorebox.plus.com Tel: 020 8341 2922 Mob: 07847 210537 Safeguarding Mohsin Azam mohsin_azam86@hotmail.com Mob: 07508 212297 Juniors Abdul Arif maloneduglas@gmail.com Mob: 07476 825958 Captains 1st XI (NX1) Michael Bullard Division Four B Mob: 07470 433575 2nd XI (NX2) Rohan Patel Division Seven B Mob: 07958 605868 3rd XI (NX3) Tennati Sitaraam Division Ten B Mob: 07517 208234

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Northchurch

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Northwood

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Ground The Meadow, Tring Road, Northchurch, Berkhamsted, HP4 3SF Tel: 01442 876759 Directions From M25 (j20) take A41 towards Aylesbury. After 7.4 miles, take Chesham exit. Turn left at roundabouts down A416 into Berkhamsted. Turn left at lights. After 1.7 miles turn right at sign for sports ground. Contact Alastair Fantham ali@berkhamstedtoiletries.co.uk Mob: 07958 705241 Secretary Contact Fixtures Mark Hobley marksinclairhobley@googlemail.com Mob: 07876 746577 Safeguarding Daniele Wallace dew85@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07775 581838 Juniors Tom Vila tom_vila@hotmail.com Mob: 07747 824071 Captains 1st XI (NC1) George Liveing Division Two B Mob: 07704 978709 2nd XI (NC2) James Smart Division Seven B Mob: 07398 016890 Ground Ducks Hill Road, Rickmansworth Road, Northwood, HA6 2NR Tel: 01923 822001 Directions From M25 J17, Rickmansworth and Pinner. Ground, opposite the Gate pub, on corner of Rickmansworth Road (A404) and Ducks Hill Road (A4180). 2nd Ground 3rd XI @ Great Missenden Pelicans, Nags Head Lane, Great Missenden, HP16 0DG, Between Great Missenden & Little Missenden. From Amersham take A413 north 4 miles to left turn by signpost to Holmer Green and Chiltern hospital. Take 1st left after hospital at Nags Head pub. Ground appox 200 yds on right. Contact Stuart Reeve stu_reeve@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07563 558832 Secretary Ian Keys gikeys@btinternet.com Mob: 07906 727706 Fixtures Steve Dickson stephendickson@blueyonder.co.uk Mob: 07768 116761 Safeguarding Richard Simmonds simmondsrichard@ymail.com Mob: 07919 493958 Juniors Keith Wallis northwoodcccolts@gmail.com Mob: 07908 074526 Captains 1st XI (NW1) Nirrushan Raveenthiraraja Division Two B Mob: 07507 784009 2nd XI (NW2) Ram Nandiraju Division Six A Mob: 07968 816122 3rd XI (NW3) Richard Mackey Division Ten A Mob: 07860 949816 4th XI (NW4) Adrian Pearce Regional Division B West Mob: 07799 795162 5th XI (NW5) Mandar Karnik Regional Division C West Mob: 07515 963766

Northwood Town

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Offley & Stopsley

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Ground Chestnut Avenue, off Rickmansworth Road, Northwood, Middlesex, HA6 1HR Tel: 07958 508147 Directions From A404, Cheshunt Avenue is just before Blue Iron bridge on Northwood Hills side. Ground 200 yards on left, single lane between allotments (green fence). 2nd Ground As for main ground. Astroturf, non-spike footwear required. Contact Prakash Tailor prax.tailor@gmail.com Mob: 07958 508147 Secretary Contact Fixtures Jesant Halai jesanthalai@rocketmail.com Mob: 07805 776246 Safeguarding Akshay Loomba akshayloomba@hotmail.com Mob: 07877 526217 Juniors Jack Daly jackdaly92@msn.com Mob: 07791 864319 Captains 1st XI (NT1) Akshay Loomba Division Four A Mob: 07877 526217 2nd XI (NT2) Ravi Ramawat Division Seven A Mob: 07766 304572 3rd XI (NT3) Ajay Lal Regional Division B West Mob: 07734 527111 Ground Kings Walden Road, Great Offley, SG5 3DX Directions Take A505, 5 miles from Luton or 3 miles from Hitchin to Great Offley turn. Continue (Green Man pub) go 500 yds, to ground on left, between Offley Place and church. Contact Ian Laidler Laidler_Ian@yahoo.com Secretary Matthew Taylor secretary.oscricket@gmail.com Fixtures Darren Lunney Darrentlun.triumph@outlook.com Safeguarding Darren Lunney Darrentlun.triumph@outlook.com Juniors Darren Lunney Darrentlun.triumph@outlook.com Captains 1st XI (OS1) Daniel Goord Division Seven B

Tel: 01462 768689 to High Street Mob: Mob: Mob: Mob: Mob: Mob:

07944 07964 07765 07765 07765 07939

615645 453283 577879 577879 577879 897909

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Old Albanian

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Ground Woollam Playing Fields, 160 Harpenden Road, St Albans, AL3 6BB Directions From St Albans take A1081 north towards Harpenden for 2.5 miles. Entrance to ground is on the right just beyond Texaco garage & St Albans city boundary. 2nd Ground As main ground, , Contact Simon Bates simonhbates@hotmail.com Secretary Karl Turner karlturner@btinternet.com Fixtures David Goodier davidgoodier@hotmail.com Safeguarding Sue Ransley sueransley@aol.com Tel: 01727 866986 Juniors Simon Wakeling simonewakeling@hotmail.com Captains 1st XI (OA1) Usman Farooq Malik Division One 2nd XI (OA2) Pete Jordan Division Five B 3rd XI (OA3) David Goodier Division Eight B 4th XI (OA4) Simon Bates Regional Division A West

Old Camdenians

Tel: 01727 864476

Mob: 07720 383600 Mob: Mob: Mob: Mob: Mob: Mob: Mob:

07796 07704 07947 07880 07980 07796 07720

551657 579095 510869 739796 982528 551657 383600

camdenianssocial.club

Ground Camden Playing Fields, Burtonhole Close, Mill Hill, London, NW7 1AN Tel: 020 8103 0088 Directions From B552, The Ridgeway, turn opposite the Adam and Eve Pub into Burtonhole Lane. Follow road down the hill to Burtonhole Close Contact Roger Gravett roger.gravett@gmail.com Mob: 07786 432577 Secretary Ian Salter i.salter@me.com Tel: 07515 386595 Mob: 07515 386595 Fixtures Ian Salter i.salter@me.com Tel: 07515 386595 Mob: 07515 386595 Safeguarding Billy Gravett billygravett96@hotmail.co.uk Tel: 07801 508188 Mob: 07801 508188 Juniors Ian Salter i.salter@me.com Tel: 07515 386595 Mob: 07515 386595 Captains 1st XI (OC1) Ian Salter Division Five A Mob: 07515 386595 2nd XI (OC2) Jafar Siddique-Parkes Regional Division B West Mob: 07963 605516

Old Cholmeleians

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Ground Hendon Wood Lane, off Totteridge Lane, Mill Hill, London, NW7 4HR Directions From A1, (Stirling Corner roundabout) take A411 towards Barnet. Turn right at traffic lights before The Gate pub into B552 Hendon Wood Lane. Ground ¾ mile on left. Contact John Zani jzani@btinternet.com Tel: 0208 444 5098 Mob: Secretary Daniel Stevens daniel@williamhstevens.co.uk Mob: Fixtures Daniel Stevens daniel@williamhstevens.co.uk Mob: Safeguarding Daniel Stevens daniel@williamhstevens.co.uk Mob: Juniors Captains 1st XI (OM1) Sam Khalique Division Six A Mob: 2nd XI (OM2) Ross McCaskill Division Eight A Mob:

Old Eastcotians

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07973 618045 07825 440950

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Ground King George V Playing Fields, Chaffinch Lane, WD18 9QD Directions From the Watford town centre ring road, follow signs to West Watford, turning left into Marlborough Rd and onto Whippendell Road for ¾ mile. Turn left turn at traffic lights into Hagden Lane. At mini roundabout turn right into Tolpits Lane then after 0.6 miles playing field entrance is on the left hand side. Contact Rod Stone rod.stone@blueyonder.co.uk Tel: 0208 868 5609 Mob: 07946 270491 Secretary Rob Stone rod.stone@blueyonder.co.uk Tel: 0208 868 5609 Mob: 07946 270491 Fixtures Contact Safeguarding Steve Jermy swjermy@aol.com Tel: 01895 449971 Juniors Steve Jermy swjermy@aol.com Tel: 01895 449971 Captain Steve Jermy Mob: 07984 904830

Old Elizabethans

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Ground Gypsy Corner, Mays Lane (Barnet Gate Lane end), Barnet, EN5 2AG Directions From A1 (Stirling Corner roundabout), take A411 towards Barnet. Turn right after 'The Gate' pub into Barnet Gate Lane. Ground ¾ mile on left. 2nd Ground As for main ground Contact Nav Parkar nav.parkar@gmail.com Mob: 07795 277882 Secretary Jonathan Mackman jsmackman@btinternet.com Mob: 07984 791309 Fixtures Matt Holland mattholland86@icloud.com Mob: 07718 986327 Safeguarding Catherine Edginton cath.edginton@googlemail.com Mob: 07973 512483 Juniors Steve Michelin smich1@btopenworld.com Mob: 07729 956274 Captains 1st XI (OE1) Dominic Goring Division Two B Mob: 07507 776137 2nd XI (OE2) Saqib Parkar Division Six B Mob: 07825 651982 3rd XI (OE3) Tom Spenceley Division Ten B Mob: 07963 933306

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Old Finchleians

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Ground 12 Southover, Woodside Park, London, N12 7JE Tel: 020 8445 7406 Directions From A5109 near Totteridge & Whetstone station, take Longlands Drive for 1 mile. From Woodside Park station turn right into Holden Road, 1st left into Tillingham Way & left at T junction. Ground 100 yds on left. Contact John Bowra john.bowra@dwp.gov.uk Mob: 07747 734920 Secretary Ben Howard benjamincharleshoward@gmail.com Mob: 07947 497214 Fixtures Hitesh Depala Hiteshdepala@hotmail.com Mob: 07956 000176 Safeguarding John Bowra john.bowra@dwp.gov.uk Mob: 07747 734920 Juniors Khushal Pujara kush_100@hotmail.com Mob: 07772 324658 Captains 1st XI (OF1) Himansu Depala Division Four A Mob: 07940 762404 2nd XI (OF2) Khushal Poojara Division Six A Mob: 07772 324658

Old Haberdashers

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Ground Croxdale Road, Off Theobald Street, Borehamwood, WD6 4PY Directions From Borehamwood High Street, turn into Theobald St opposite station. Turn right after ½ mile, Croxdale Rd. Ground 150 yds on left. Contact Lewis Jenkins lewisjenkins038@gmail.com Secretary Robert Clarke robertc.clarke@btopenworld.com Fixtures Meekesh Shah meekesh.k.shah@gmail.com Safeguarding Stuart Haring stuartharing@hotmail.com Juniors Captains 1st XI (OH1) Rhys Jenkins Division Four A 2nd XI (OH2) Pavan Surepeddi Division Ten A

Mob: Mob: Mob: Mob:

07766 07710 07912 07921

257966 812823 613327 239976

Mob: 07786 640916 Mob: 07877 674234

Old Minchendenians

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Old Owens

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Ground Bramley Road, Southgate, London, N14 4HL Tel: 020 8449 1661 Directions From M25 (j24) take A111 southbound exit, signposted Cockfosters. After 3 miles, past Cockfosters tube station, turn left at Cat Hill roundabout into Bramley Road (A110 to Enfield). Ground is first entrance on right, immediately after exit from Chicken Shed theatre. Contact Marc Wetherill marc@capitalarchitecturaldesign.com Mob: 07917 865403 Secretary Thomas Rowlands tom_rowlands@hotmail.com Mob: 07725 557198 Fixtures Shahid Khan fixture@oldminchendenians.org.uk Mob: 07787 413467 Safeguarding Marc Wetherill marc@capitalarchitecturaldesign.com Mob: 07917 865403 Juniors Marc Wetherill marc@capitalarchitecturaldesign.com Mob: 07917 865403 Captain 2nd XI (MI2) Steve Eveleigh Regional Division B West Mob: 07906 900624 Ground Old Owens Sports Ground, Coopers Lane, Potters Bar, EN6 4NF Tel: 01707 644211 Directions At traffic lights, fork right at north end of Potters Bar High St. Ground on left 200 yds past Chequers pub. 2nd ground As for main ground. Contact Bradley Lane bradleylane9@gmail.com Mob: 07738 005332 Secretary Shaun Flook shaunflook@aol.com Mob: 07718 050587 Fixtures Tim Lane tlane@cosmur.co.uk Tel: 01707 643058 Mob: 07977 998502 Safeguarding Debbie Palmer debp_58@hotmail.com Mob: 07778 382150 Juniors Tim Lane tlane@cosmur.co.uk Tel: 01707 643058 Mob: 07977 998502 Captains 1st XI (OO1) Bradley Lane Championship Mob: 07738 005332 2nd XI (OO2) Andy Battersby Division Seven A Mob: 07780 611403 3rd XI (OO3) Ian Tyler Regional Division B East Mob: 07826 896005

Parkfield & Headstone

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Ground Saddlers Mead, Clonard Way, off Rowlands Avenue, Hatch End, HA5 4BU Tel: 020 8428 7487 Directions From M1 (j4) southbound, turn right at first roundabout on to A410, go 3.8 miles through Stanmore. At 2nd of 2 nearby roundabouts (not A4008) turn right into Rowlands Ave (Hatch End Free Church). Take 3rd on left, Clonard Way to ground 80yds on right. Contact Alan Chidley ac014f0616@blueyonder.co.uk Mob: 07956 899089 Secretary Pareem Katwa pareem67@gmail.com Mob: 07768 042954 Fixtures Waseem Saber waseem_saber@me.com Mob: 07956 092779 Safeguarding Amit Vadera amit_vadera@hotmail.com Juniors Captains 1st XI (PH1) Umar Khan Division Three A Mob: 2nd XI (PH2) Mohammed Abdul Waseem Saber Division Ten B Mob: 07956 092779

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Pinner

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Ground Montesole Playing Fields, Montesole Court, HA5 3SA Directions Please note there is no turn from Uxbridge Road rightwards on to Pinner Hill Road at the traffic lights. The club's car park is at the end of Montesole Court, straight ahead after turning in from Pinner Hill Road. Contact Simon Pilsbury simonpilsbury@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07720 769206 Secretary Emma Langan tinks_6@yahoo.co.uk Mob: 07525 440813 Fixtures Lisa Noel ljnoel66@gmail.com Mob: 07984 862811 Safeguarding Emma Langan tinks_6@yahoo.co.uk Mob: 07525 440813 Juniors Nadeem Aslam nadeemuaslam@gmail.com Mob: 07990 561634 Captains 1st XI (PN1) Daniel Langan Division Eight A Mob: 07729 201585 2nd XI (PN2) Rob Bonneywell Division Ten A Mob: 07775 852815 3rd XI (PN3) Bob Harrison Regional Division C West

Potten End

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Potters Bar

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Ground Homefield, Plough Lane, Potten End, HP4 2QX Directions Take A4146 from Hemel towards Leighton Buzzard. 2½ miles from 'magic roundabout', turn left after Red Lion pub. In village turn right at church. Over crossroads, after Plough pub bear left into Homefield Contact Olivia Mansfield pottenendcc@gmail.com Tel: 01442 402543 Mob: 07772 068135 Secretary Contact Fixtures Derek Gower Derek.j.gower@gmail.com Mob: 07768 425832 Safeguarding Olivia Mansfield pottenendcc@gmail.com Tel: 01442 402543 Mob: 07772 068135 Juniors Ian Raeburn ian.raeburn@gmx.co.uk Mob: 07904 526209 Captains 1st XI (PE1) Michael Gurney Division Six B Mob: 07866 762976 2nd XI (PE2) Peter Raeburn Regional Division A West Mob: 07825 500249 Ground The Walk, Potters Bar, Herts, EN6 1QN Tel: 01707 654801 Directions From M25 (j24) take A111 to Potters Bar. Turn right on to A1000 at first traffic lights into The High Street. After 400 yards turn left into The Walk. Ground 300 yards on left hand side. 2nd Ground Dame Alice Owens School, Dugdale Hill Lane, Potters Bar, EN6 2DU, From M25 (j24) take A111 to Potters Bar. Go 1.6 miles to Dugdale Hilll Lane on left (with sign to school opposite and church on corner). School sports centre car park is ¾ mile. Contact Mark Shepherd markshepherd01@aol.com Tel: 01895 233630 Mob: 0777 2224390 Secretary Dave Pett dave@rivprint.com Mob: 07795 954979 Fixtures Contact Safeguarding David Lawrence david.j.lawrence1@ntlworld.com Mob: 07709 049632 Juniors Michael Palmer mike.palmer20@ntlworld.com Mob: 07880 508289 Captains 1st XI (PB1) Steve Gale Premier Division Mob: 07801 011421 2nd XI (PB2) Ben Taylor Division Two B Mob: 07939 947973 3rd XI (PB3) Matthew Rathbone Division Six B Mob: 07907 589435 4th XI (PB4) Tim Ellis Regional Division A East Mob: 07778 817827

Potton Town

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Ground The Hutchinson Hollow, Biggleswade Road, Potton, Beds, SG19 2LX Tel: 07836 620802 Directions From A1 north to Biggleswade South roundabout, take second exit to the town (A6001). Continue for 1 mile (straight over two roundabouts). Turn right towards Dunton & Potton (B1040). After 3 miles ground is on right after 'Potton' sign, before first house. Pavilion is behind football pitch. Contact Sean Stevens Ontherun168@hotmail.com Mob: 07725 974334 Secretary Geoff Swinden geoffswinden@yahoo.co.uk Mob: 01767 631231 Fixtures Contact Safeguarding Martin Waker martinwaker@tiscali.co.uk Mob: 07763 134458 Juniors Sean Stevens Ontherun168@hotmail.com Mob: 07725 974334 Captains 1st XI (PT1) Sean Stevens Division Three A Mob: 07725 974334

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Preston

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Ground Preston Recreation Ground, Hitchin Road, Preston, nr Hitchin, SG4 7TZ Directions From A1M (j8) take A602 to Hitchin. At first roundabout after 3 miles, take 2nd exit signposted Gosmore. Continue for 2¾ miles. Ground on right shortly after entering village. From Luton/M1, take A505 to Hitchin, then right at roundabout on A602 towards Stevenage. At next roundabout after 0.6 miles take 5th exit for Gosmore and follow instructions as above. 2nd Ground Whitwell Recreation Ground, Bradway, Whitwell, SG4 8BE., Whitwell is south of Preston. Going west along Whitwell High Street, turn left up B651 Horn Hill towards Kimpton. Take first left into Bradway. Car Park on right after 100 yards. Contact Matthew Burleigh mrb1@le.ac.uk Mob: 07795 054537 Secretary David Norman d.norman@srm.com Tel: 01462 420849 Mob: 07773 336171 Fixtures Contact Safeguarding Pam Biggs biggs.pamela@gmail.com Tel: 01462 458289 Juniors Nigel Biggs biggs.nigel@gmail.com Tel: 01462 458289 Mob: 07788 714789 Captains 1st XI (PR1) Max Anderson Championship Mob: 07580 011537 2nd XI (PR2) David Fleckney Division Six A Mob: 07968 036032 3rd XI (PR3) Iain Purton Division Nine B Mob: 07910 762821 4th XI (PR4) David Saunders Division Ten B Mob: 07835 515825

Radlett

Ground Cobden Hill, Watling Street, Radlett, Herts, WD7 7JN Directions On Watling Street.at southern end of Radlett, opposite Cat & Fiddle pub. 2nd ground Contact Doreen Browne doreenb@ntlworld.com Tel: 01923 854985 Secretary Colin Warne colwarne@gmail.com Fixtures Contact Safeguarding Jonathan Mather jonathanmather21@hotmail.com Juniors Captains 1st XI (RA1) Tom Jenkins Premier Division 2nd XI (RA2) Matt. Rose Division Two B 3rd XI (RA3) Navjot Sidhu Division Five A 4th XI (RA4) Craig Steven-Jennings Division Six A

Redbourn

radlettcc.com

Tel: 01923 856348 as main ground

Mob: 07598 939903 Mob: 07845 733391 Mob: Mob: Mob: Mob:

07494 07717 07828 07826

212513 666437 391740 537040

redbourncricketclub.uk

Ground The Pavilion, North Common Road, Redbourn, AL3 7DB Tel: 01582 793949 Directions From "Chequers" roundabout on A5183 by-pass, follow sign to Redbourn Common around left hand bend. Club approx 1 mile on right. From Hemel, B487, turn left onto Hemel Hempstead Road soon after passing under M1. Club ½ mile on left. 2nd Ground Redbourn Recreation Centre, Dunstable Road, Redbourn, AL3 7PP, From "Chequers" roundabout on A5183 by-pass, follow sign to Redbourn, where road bends to left, bear right into High Street. At T junction turn left, to Leisure Centre 800 yds on left. Contact Jon Fleming jfleming@ruffer.co.uk Mob: 07789 716777 Secretary Geoff Bartlett Secretary@redbourncricketclub.uk Mob: 07796 930699 Fixtures John Pritchard johnmpritchard@virginmedia.com Mob: 07941 379228 Safeguarding Grant Hall Safeguarding@redbourncricketclub.uk Mob: 07496 898884 Juniors Dave Irwin juniors@redbourncricketclub.uk Mob: 07747 828816 Captains 1st XI (RB1) Ed Hales Division Two A Mob: 07807 918402 2nd XI (RB2) Dan Lennox Division Five B Mob: 07581 742951 3rd XI (RB3) Ted Mathers Division Eight B Mob: 07985 204369 4th XI (RB4) Rakesh Bajpai Regional Division B West Mob: 07739 684568

Reed

reedcricketclub.co.uk

Ground Village Green, Blacksmith Lane, Reed, Royston, Herts, SG8 8AX Tel: 01763 848925 Directions Off A10 between Royston and Buntingford. Turn opposite Silver Ball cafe. Access to pavilion, ground & parking via track between houses nos. 12 & 13 on right (about 200 yards from A10). 2nd Ground Freman College, Bowling Green Lane, Buntingford. SG9 9BT, From A10 (going north) to Buntingford at 2nd roundabout, 3rd exit. At mini roundabout turn left into Bowling Green Lane. Entrance to college grounds at end of road. Park outside swimming pool. Ground is past tennis courts. Contact Michael Robertson mike_robertson@live.co.uk Mob: 07946276057 Secretary Contact Fixtures Peter Wholley pwholley@hotmail.com Tel: 01763 246656 Mob: 07088 782440 Safeguarding Hannah Heslam hannahheslam@gmail.com Mob: 07793 025001 Juniors Hannah Heslam hannahheslam@gmail.com Mob: 07793 025001 Captains 1st XI (RE1) Tom Greaves Premier Division Mob: 07787 243915 2nd XI (RE2) Edward Garrott Division Three B Mob: 07969 173235 3rd XI (RE3) Rhodri Hughes Division Ten A Mob: 07774 471192 85


Rickmansworth

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Ground Park Road, Rickmansworth, Herts, WD3 1HU Tel: 01923 445040 Directions On A412 between Rickmansworth and Croxley Green. Entrance at RC church at bottom of Scots Hill. 2nd Ground Adjacent to main ground Contact Paul Blackwell paul.blackwell23@btinternet.com Mob: 07793 294774 Secretary Richard Harwood Richard.Harwood@daviesandpartners.com Mob: 07761 015164 Fixtures Contact Safeguarding Paul Blackwell paul.blackwell23@btinternet.com Mob: 07793 294774 Juniors Paul Blackwell paul.blackwell23@btinternet.com Mob: 07793 294774 Captains 1st XI (RI1) Naghman (Cookie) Latif Division Four A Mob: 07590 557903 2nd XI (RI2) Usman Pervaiz Rai Division Six B Mob: 07900 591570 3rd XI (RI3) Adeel Usman Division Ten A 4th XI (RI4) Ken Brown Regional Division B West Mob: 07414160101

Sandridge

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Sawbridgeworth

sawbridgeworth-cricket.uk

Ground Spencer Meadow, Rear of High Street, Sandridge, AL4 9DD Directions From St Albans take Wheathampstead road B651. In Sandridge after 2 miles, turn left after 1st row of houses at signed entrance on left before pedestrian crossing. Go through first car park to pitch side park. Contact Peter Camm peter.camm64@gmail.com Mob: 07948 642736 Secretary John Murphy johnmurphy01@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07881 505265 Fixtures Tom Evans Mob: 07542 957365 Safeguarding Peter Camm peter.camm64@gmail.com Mob: 07948 642736 Juniors Kevin Murphy krd_murphy@hotmail.com Tel: 01707 395684 Mob: 07805 262150 Captains 1st XI (SR1) Duncan Ferguson Division Three B Mob: 07788 430781 2nd XI (SR2) Kevin Murphy Division Nine A Mob: 07805 262150 Ground Town Fields, Springhall Road, Sawbridgeworth, Herts, CM21 9AN Directions Entering Sawbridgeworth from south on A1184, 150 yards into 30mph zone, turn right into Springhall Road (before Congregational church), turn left at end of road. Contact Steve Ashman clubcaptain@sawbridgeworth-cricket.uk Secretary Ella Kirby secretary@sawbridgeworth-cricket.uk Fixtures Richard White fixtures@sawbridgeworth-cricket.uk Tel: 01279 422567 Safeguarding Charlie Mann safeguarding@sawbridgeworth-cricket.uk Juniors Alison Taylor colts@sawbridgeworth-cricket.uk Captains 1st XI (SB1) Steven Ashman Division One 2nd XI (SB2) Alex Syed Division Five B

Shenley Village

Tel: 01279 722865

Mob: 07983 467157 Mob: 07912 350161 Mob: 07983 467157 Mob: 07875 690311

shenleycc.hitscricket.com

Ground Shenley Cricket Centre, Shenley Park, Radlett Lane, Shenley, WD7 9DW Tel: 01923 857986 Directions From eastbound M25 (j22) take 5th exit off r/about, back over M25. Turn right at next r/about onto Bell Lane (B556), over next r/about. After ¾ mile turn left to Shenley (B5378). After 1.5 miles turn right at r/about towards Radlett, then 1st left, approx. 50 yds, into Radlett Lane. Ground 800 yds on right. From westbound M25 take 2nd exit off sliproad r/about onto Bell Lane (B556), then as above. From Radlett, (nr railway station) go up Shenley Hill. Ground 1 mile after golf course. 2nd Ground As main ground, , Contact George White whiteg27@hotmail.com Mob: 07968 349933 Secretary Chris Stanley chris.stanley04@gmail.com Mob: 07774 796037 Fixtures Ciaran Woodcock ciaran@woodcock-family.com Mob: 07792 654439 Safeguarding George White whiteg27@hotmail.com Mob: 07968 349933 Juniors George White whiteg27@hotmail.com Mob: 07968 349933 Captains 1st XI (SV1) Morgan Stanley Championship Mob: 07925 792580 2nd XI (SV2) Anooj Vadgama Division Four B 3rd XI 4th XI (SV4) Victor Childs Regional Division A West Mob: 07796 266127

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Southgate Adelaide

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Ground Walker Cricket Ground, Waterfall Road, Southgate, London, N14 7JZ Tel: 020 8886 8381 Directions From M25 (j24) take A111 through Cockfosters to Southgate roundabout (tube station). Take 3rd exit. After ¼ mile turn right at mini-roundabout into Waterfall Road. Past church, Ground on right. 2nd Ground Northampton Exiles CC, , See Northampton Exiles Contact Richard Ellwood richarde11w00d@aol.com Secretary Ivan Ninkovic club-secretary@southgateadelaidecc.co.uk Mob: 07939 144168 Fixtures David Wilkinson david@weaver-afs.com Safeguarding Liz Fitzpatrick lizlucas1@msn.com Juniors Richard Ellwood Captains 1st XI (SA1) Anthony Morris Division Three B Mob: 07504 886057 2nd XI (SA2) Luke Gilbert Division Seven B Mob: 07535 504772 3rd XI (SA3) Andrew Fitzpatrick Regional Division C East Mob: 07973 871322

Southgate Compton

southgatecompton.com

Ground Hadley Field, Chalk Lane, Cockfosters, EN4 9JG Tel: 020 8440 2322 Directions From M25 (j25) take A111 to Cockfosters, turn right into Chalk Lane opposite underground station. Pass Cockfosters CC and park in bowling club car park. Parking restrictions operate on Chalk Lane. Contact David Frame dave.frame27@gmail.com Mob: 07885 281877 Secretary Fixtures Contact Safeguarding Geoff Pierson Mob: 07963 875961 Juniors Captains 1st XI (SC1) Ben Shearly Division Nine A Mob: 07982 273680

St Albans

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Ground Clarence Park, St Albans, AL1 4NF Tel: 01727 850388 Directions Off A414 Hatfield Road one mile from City Centre. Entrance off Clarence Road. 2nd Ground Verulam School, Sandpit Lane, St Albans, From Hatfield head towards St Albans on A1057 Hatfield Road. At Smallford Roundabout after Three Horseshoes and Nottcutts Garden Centre, turn right to Oaklands Lane and continue ahead for approx 1.5 miles, crossing two mini-roundabouts. Contact Matt Howeson matt@hitssports.com Mob: 07801 704237 Secretary John Rudlin john.rudlin@hotmail.co.uk Tel: 01727 764151 Mob: 07557 002311 Fixtures Hugo Thomas hugo.thomas@btinternet.com Tel: 01727 848766 Mob: 07774 716871 Safeguarding Andrew Knill-Jones andrew.kj@btinternet.com Mob: 07976 243449 Juniors John Rudlin john.rudlin@hotmail.co.uk Tel: 01727 764151 Mob: 07557 002311 Captains 1st XI (ST1) Max Capaldi Division Two A Mob: 07411 770879 2nd XI (ST2) James Rosson Division Five A Mob: 07944 292562 3rd XI (ST3) Andrew Walker Division Eight A Mob: 07762 126041 4th XI (ST4) Andy Saunders Regional Division A West Mob: 07939133050

St Margaretsbury

Ground The Recreation Ground, Station Road, Stanstead Abbotts, SG12 8EH Directions From A10 take A414 to Harlow/Chelmsford. At 1st roundabout take B181 to Stanstead Abbots. Ground 1/2 mile on right. As main ground. Contact Jolyon Griffiths jolyon.griffiths@talk21.com Secretary Christine Batley canddbatley@gmail.com Tel: 01992 536467 Fixtures Mark Bailey blymark@outlook.com Safeguarding Giles Tilbury gilestilbury@icloud.com Juniors Anne-Marie Moody juniorcricket@stmcc.org.uk Captains 1st XI (SM1) James Barbett Division One 2nd XI (SM2) Rob Moody Division Seven A 3rd XI (SM3) John Hollis Regional Division A East

stmcc.org.uk

Tel: 01920 870473 Mob: Mob: Mob: Mob: Mob: Mob: Mob: Mob:

07906 07708 07771 07746 07713 07954 07769 07776

065355 580495 514112 532207 974599 624765 648730 185282

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Stevenage

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Ground Ditchmore Lane, Stevenage Old Town, SG1 3LJ Tel: 01438 351075 Directions From A1(M) (j7) turn towards Stevenage. Turn left at 1st roundabout onto Gunnells Wood Road. At 2nd roundabout turn right into Fairlands Way. 1st left at next roundabout. At next roundabout take 4th exit to double back, then first left into Gates Way and first right into Ditchmore Lane. 2nd Ground Adjacent to main ground., , Contact Martin Nevill manevill@btinternet.com Mob: 07866 093884 Secretary Les Kilbey stevenagecc@hotmail.com Mob: 07464 040177 Fixtures Steve Cooke s-cooke@ntlworld.com Tel: 01462 628344 Mob: 07910 034140 Safeguarding Melanie Wilkinson melaniew1973@gmail.com Mob: 07809 832050 Juniors Darren Wilkinson darren.wilkinson1@outlook.com Mob: 07392 310624 Captains 1st XI (SG1) Conor Hayward Division Two A Mob: 07881 337650 2nd XI (SG2) Carl Richards Division Four B Mob: 07831 095864 3rd XI (SG3) Suman Iranganti Division Seven A Mob: 07983 705292 4th XI (SG4) Mo Islam Division Nine B Mob: 07956 816266 5th XI (SG5) Chris Welch Regional Division A East Mob: 07725 040983

Tewin

tewincc.org.uk

Ground Upper Green, Tewin, Herts, AL6 0LX Directions Turn off B1000 Hertford to Welwyn road near Panshanger Golf Complex, signposted Tewin. Bear left past village green, past Rose & Crown pub, for ½ mile. Ground on left, just past Plume of Feathers pub. 2nd Ground Aston CC, Aston Lane, Aston, Stevenage, SG2 7EJ, Contact Paul Hiskens pahiskens@cokecce.com Mob: 07760 992333 Secretary Dennis Hill den.1952@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07539 634796 Fixtures Jon Taylor Jon.taylor@soprasteria.com Mob: 07720 898877 Safeguarding Pip Gray Pip.gray@live.co.uk Mob: 07742 648160 Juniors Pip Gray Pip.gray@live.co.uk Mob: 07742 648160 Captains 1st XI (TE1) Luke Wilde Division Five A Mob: 07557 385566 2nd XI (TE2) Marcus Hill Regional Division A East Mob: 07415 234004 3rd XI (TE3) Matt Ball Regional Division C North Mob: 0+44 994825

Totteridge Millhillians

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Ground Totteridge Green, London, N20 8PB Tel: 020 8445 5331 Directions Turn south off A5109 Totteridge Lane on to Totteridge Green to the east of the Orange Tree pub. Ground on left after 600 yards. 2nd Ground Bushey Sports Club, Aldenham Road, Bushey, WD23 2TR, Contact Steve Lyall stevelyall508@gmail.com Mob: 07786 929293 Secretary Bill Banks bill@tmcc.london Tel: 020 8441 2073 Mob: 07842 566177 Fixtures Paul Weatherley paulweatherley@rocketmail.com Mob: 07393 988333 Safeguarding Seema Shah seema@crazyshah.co.uk Mob: 07740 371281 Juniors Shaun O'Brien shaun@tmcc.london Captains 1st XI (TM1) Jonathan Miles Premier Division Mob: 07934 602976 2nd XI (TM2) Hilton Nathanson Division Three A Mob: 07973 412772 3rd XI (TM3) Ahsan Jamil Division Eight B Mob: 07955 603687

Tye Green

Ground Waterhouse Moor, Tawneys Road, Bush Fair, Harlow, CM186BB Directions Located at the top of the road in front of tower block near mini roundabout Contact Andrew Rust arust711@gmail.com Secretary Sadie Libby Tyegreencricketclub@yahoo.co.uk Fixtures Wade Morton Safeguarding Peter Jackson pjacks7777@gmail.com Juniors Andrew Rust arust711@gmail.com Captain 1st XI (TG1) Trumayne Lintonbon Baker Regional Division C East

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Ware

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Ground The Pavilion, Bell Lane, Widford, Ware, SG12 8SH Tel: 01279 842233 Directions From A10 or Hertford, go into Ware and take B1004 (Star Street from Waterside Inn) signposted Much Hadham. Continue into Widford, past the church on left until right fork (Bell Lane) and turn immediately right up track towards playing fields - ground on the right. Contact Steve Risby sjrisby@outlook.com Tel: 07824 612869 Mob: 07824 612869 Secretary Jamie Don jamie.don@ntlworld.com Tel: 01920 422176 Mob: 07824 612869 Fixtures Hugh Andrews Hugh.Andrews@ntlworld.com Tel: 01920 422952 Safeguarding Joanne Griffin Joanne.Griffin3@icloud.com Mob: 07952 339761 Juniors Phil MacMurdie Jurrasicphil@yahoo.com Mob: 07828 402327 Captains 1st XI (WA1) Steve Risby Division Seven B Mob: 07824 612869 2nd XI (WA2) Andy Milton Regional Division B East Mob: 07802897994

Watford Town

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Ground Woodside, Horseshoe Lane, Garston, Watford, WD25 7HH Tel: 01923 893041 Directions From M25 (j21A) or M1 (j6) take A405 south towards Watford (north). 1 mile after M1, turn right towards Abbots Langley, at traffic lights (Harvester restaurant). After ¼ mile, turn left into road for Watford Leisure Centre and take road to top of park. 2nd Ground 3rd/4th/5th XIs As for main ground, , Contact Andrew Canning canning199@btinternet.com Tel: 01923 893041 Mob: 07901 000495 Secretary Contact Fixtures Asad Safdar asadsafdar@sky.com Tel: 01923 231529 Safeguarding Juniors Si Sampat sheylesh@icloud.com Mob: 07956 505749 Captains 1st XI (WT1) Obbad Shahid Division Two A Mob: 07415 677350 2nd XI (WT2) Sandeep Singh Division Four A Mob: 07701 302716 3rd XI (WT3) Chris Hutchison Division Eight B Mob: 07734 729626 4th XI (WT4) Andrew Canning Regional Division A West Mob: 07901 000495 5th XI (WT5) TBA Regional Division C West

Watton-at-Stone

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Ground The Meadow, Watton-at-Stone, Herts, SG14 3SF Directions Ground is 75 yds from the main road which runs through the village. Turn opposite 'The Bull' pub. Contact Brad Williams bradtherat63@gmail.com Mob: 07801 Secretary Adam Gundy adam_gundy99@hotmail.com Mob: 07774 Fixtures Wilf Emsley wilf_emsley@msn.com Mob: 07904 Safeguarding Ryan Ansell r.ansell24@hotmail.com Mob: 07792 Juniors Ryan Ansell r.ansell24@hotmail.com Mob: 07792 Captains 1st XI (WS1) Ryan Ansell Division Six B Mob: 07792

Welwyn Garden City

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welwyngardencitycricketclub.com

Ground Digswell Park, Knightsfield, Welwyn Garden City, Herts, AL8 7NQ Tel: 01707 327354 Directions From A1(M) (j6) follow signs to Welwyn Garden City via A1000, turning right at roundabout into Bessemer Road, then first right into Knightsfield. Entrance ½ mile on left next to No.290. 2nd Ground Welwyn Playing Fields, Ottway Walk, Welwyn AL6 9AS, Ground is approx ¼ mile south of village centre. Ottway Walk is opposite The Steamer pub. Contact Anne Vine anne@umpire.com Tel: 01438 717550 Mob: 07599 917078 Secretary Contact Fixtures Christopher Price chrisprice700@gmail.com Mob: 07961 808766 Safeguarding Steve Willis steve586@msn.com Mob: 07887 514276 Juniors Edward Tucker ertucker@btinternet.com Mob: 07887 990473 Captains 1st XI (WG1) Daniel Blacktopp Premier Division Mob: 07740 165235 2nd XI (WG2) Patrick Lynch Division Two B Mob: 07900 368932 3rd XI (WG3) Zahid Bashir Division Five B Mob: 07795 666761 4th XI (WG4) Steve Willis Division Nine A Mob: 07887 514276 5th XI (WG5) Daniel Priolo Regional Division B East Mob: 07484 728683

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West Herts

westhertscc.co.uk

Ground Park Avenue, 8 Park Avenue, Watford, Herts, WD18 7HP Tel: 01923 229239 Directions From M25 (j19) or M1 (j5) head towards Watford town centre and when on A411 follow signs for Rickmansworth. On joining A412 near town hall, going south towards Rickmansworth, take 3rd left into Park Avenue. Ground 100 yds on left. 2nd Ground Hit or Miss Cricket Club, Penn Street, Amersham, HP7 0FA, Go anticlockwise along M25 to j18. Follow A404 through Chorleywood. Turn left into Penn St after 8 miles. Clubhouse opposite Hit or Miss pub Contact Craig Sanders nedfest99@hotmail.com Mob: 07866 623466 Secretary Richard Mason richardmasonwhcc@gmail.com Mob: 07491 834644 Fixtures Richard Mason richardmasonwhcc@gmail.com Mob: 07491 834644 Safeguarding Susan Smith Su.smith1@ntlworld.com Mob: 07825 428265 Juniors George Mills gjm19@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07412 054407 Captains 1st XI (WH1) Bill Gage Premier Division Mob: 07530 289345 2nd XI (WH2) Duncan Kendal Division Three B Mob: 07887 454650 3rd XI (WH3) George Mills Division Eight B Mob: 07412 054407 4th XI (WH4) Vipul Khurana Division Ten A Mob: 07710 811415 5th XI (WH5) Sammy Janaway Regional Division C West Mob: 07792 547599

Weston

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Ground Park Drive, off Damask Green Road, Weston, SG4 7BY Tel: 01462 790220 Directions From A1(M) (j9) take A505 toward Baldock turn first right onto B197 (Graveley) then first left after sharp right hand bend to Weston. At "T" junction in village turn right. Ground is 500m on left just beyond the Cricketers pub. Contact Henry Snowdon henrysnowdon@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07999 725894 Secretary Tom Bennett t.p.j.bennett@googlemail.com Mob: 07568 169528 Fixtures Will Pugh mrwillpugh@googlemail.com Mob: 07912 318503 Safeguarding Jason Pellett jndpellett@gmail.com Mob: 07960 134623 Juniors Henry Snowdon henrysnowdon@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07999 725894 Captain 1st XI (WE1) Ian Fursland Division Seven A Mob: 07736 634611

Wheathampstead

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Ground Nomansland Common, Wheathampstead, Herts, AL4 8EL Tel: 07738 393493 Directions Take B651 from St Albans towards Wheathampstead. Ground on left opposite "Wicked Lady" pub. 2nd Ground Kimpton CC, Park Lane, Kimpton, SG4 8EG., Kimpton is on the B651, south of Whitwell and north of Wheathampsted at the junction with B652 Harpeneden - Codicote road. Ground is reached down farm track signposted Parkfield Sports Ground, off B651, on northern side of village, near church. Contact Keith Martin kamw20@hotmail.com Mob: 07502 117441 Secretary Sam Ledger samledger1@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07879 445143 Fixtures Chris Martin krusmartin@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07725 530615! Safeguarding James Mason masonjames609@gmail.com Mob: 07758 495483! Juniors Quentin Vaile qvaile@yahoo.com Mob: 07903 772299! Captains 1st XI (WD1) 2nd XI (WD2) Joshua Danbury-Nolan Division Eight A Mob: 07860 132108!

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Secretary's Report 2020 (As delivered to the AGM)

I started writing this report on the day the third lockdown was announced. It was cold, miserable and the outlook, at least for the next two months, was grim. If you had told me after our 2020 AGM that we would suffer the worst health crisis since the 1919 flu pandemic and that all cricket would be suspended with possibly no league season at all to look forward to I might have laughed and bought you another pint. But what transpired was no laughing matter. So how can I summarise the 2020 season and what did it tell us about the league and club cricket in general. I strongly believe the message is an optimistic one.

Then when cautious optimism that we might actually fulfil that April crystal ball prediction grew Boris threw his ‘vector’ into the works. Fortunately sensible counsel at the heart of the government prevailed and a u-turn swiftly followed. We were to be allowed to start recreational cricket on 11 July. Having only been told that on Friday 10th hastily arranged practice games took place on the 11th and, with a week’s extension to the second Saturday in September, the league season started on 18 July.

Suddenly new norms became surprisingly familiar. The game stopped every six overs to allow players to sanitise their hands and clean the vector. New yellow signs appeared in pavilions with two black feet on them. Arrows directed you to parts of the clubhouse never before seen. We The ECB informed us on 18 March that all were told where to stand and how recreational and professional cricket was to access the bar using a one-way system and to to be suspended until further notice. There order your drinks on an app and pay for them on followed months of uncertainty. The ECB were your mobile. Changing rooms were off limits other in continuous dialogue with the Department for than to provide safe access to somewhere else. Digital Culture Media and Sport throughout this Players changed, some bashfully, under hastily period and weekly updates appeared in our erected gazebos or behind larger teammates in-boxes. The league committee, which usually and went home smelly. only holds one meeting in the season, met on at Players brought their own food to the ground as least 6 occasions by and 8 Covid updates the sacred cricket tea was no more. The aroma were posted on the website at various times. of last night’s curry/pasta/pizza pervaded the air Our crystal ball, at the end of April, led us to and cucumber sandwiches were nowhere to be suggest that clubs prepare for a resumption of seen. But at long last there was cricket. In fact, cricket on 11 July. There was much discussion test cricket aside, we started before the Counties about how the game could adapt to allow play to who had to wait until August. resume. What precautions would be necessary So how was it? Just to be able to play was to make us Covid-safe? With information from such a godsend for the players. After months of the ECB and dialogue with the clubs we devised inactivity it was wonderful, to be able to watch protocols and adaptations to allow half a season cricket outside, glass in hand next to life-long to take place safely and securely. There would friends and to be able to spout the normal be no promotion or relegation. There would be nonsense about the game. no cup cricket and no prize money but there The lack of promotion and relegation didn’t seem would be competitive league cricket. Everything to detract from the competitive nature of the seemed achievable. We made arrangements game, judging by George White’s disciplinary with Readers to have sufficient cricket balls in-tray. Whilst you should never condone delivered to clubs in time for the anticipated bad behaviour, at least there was a game in resumption and we would stand the cost of those balls until the spring of 2021 to help clubs with which your blood might boil - and there was a their cash flow. Groundsmen prepared pitches suspension or two to remind you to calm down in in readiness where April/May grass sat on top of the future and not do it again. Fewer matches were cancelled than we might July/August bounce-how would they play? 92


have anticipated and most clubs seemed to embrace the adaptations well. Due to the effects of the virus some clubs were less fortunate, and the Luton local lockdown caused problems. Some grounds were not available and we allowed flexibility for venues to be switched and, indeed, some games were played on Sundays. I hope the badly affected clubs will bounce back in 2021. All clubs deserve much credit for their efforts to comply with the new adaptations which were central to allowing the league to start. There were Covid consequences elsewhere. Saracens, understandably, suspended their sponsorship (across all sports and leisure activities) but have assured the league that they will resume their commitment, albeit, at a lower level when the time is right. Readers did provide £2,000.00 by way of sponsorship, just under half their normal level, as a thank you for our purchasing half our usual number of balls. A few senior umpires preferred not to stand during the season which allowed Peter Hinstridge to ‘promote’ some of the newer panel members higher up the league into Premier and Championship games. That they all performed well has given Peter a bit of a headache for 2021 when, it is thought, 2020’s absentees are likely to return. We also changed the way the umpires got paid. The league paid them at the end of the season and will recover the payments from the clubs. It might be the way forward. The results of a survey sent to clubs after the season indicated that the earlier start times were favourably received and that our attempts to keep the league largely amateur, were endorsed by a considerable majority of clubs. One challenge facing us next season is that from the 2021 AGM we will have to function without Mike Wood’s unparalleled contribution. The 2021 handbook will have a proper ‘thank you’ to Mike but I could not let this report pass without a few words of my own. Our handbook simply describes Mike as ‘Results and Fixtures Secretary’, a position he has held since 1994. For ten years before that he sat on the old Selectaglaze League committee. He was invited onto that committee by Brian Shepherd, currently one of our panel umpires. We have much to thank Brian for! Mike is not just a results and fixtures secretary: he created our website and still co-ordinates its future development and manages it on a day-to-day basis; he pioneered and developed our ground-breaking

automated results system which is the envy of many leagues; he single-handedly puts together our handbooks so that all the printers have to do is print them; he runs the IT side of our General and Captains’ meetings and organises all the paraphernalia for the latter. On a personal level he provides IT support for my prehistoric secretarial output. The fact that Mike has had to recruit three people to take over all this work will come as no surprise to you. So thank you Mike. Enjoy your retirement from our league bubble in your new home on the Buckinghamshire border. I have no doubt that our league would not be where it is without your herculean efforts and ‘thank you’ just doesn’t do it. I said at the start of these ramblings that I was optimistic for the future. What did the season teach us? The level of competition was good in 2020 and it will be better in 2021 when full availability returns; there may be an overseas player or two to keep our homegrown players on their mettle; it taught us that there was a lot to be gained from having a Essential cricket items had drink or three with our a new look in 2020, mates in the sunshine. to cater for ECB protocols. I think it also taught us to value those friendships forged through a sport that is so much a part of our lives, and those lives would be the poorer without it. Clubs are not just the means through which we play and watch the game; they are the lifeblood of it and they contribute greatly to the communities they represent. Everyone worked so hard to ‘get the game on’ that it gave us all a welcome distraction from all the devastating effects of the pandemic. Now that the vaccine can help us to return to ‘the old normal’ please let’s not forget the lessons of 2020. Some 13 new sides will take part in the 2021 season which, of itself is a sign of renewed interest, so perhaps we can have a new and better ‘normal’ to replace the old one. Stay safe, get your arm punctured, oil your bat and look forward to the best season ever.

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League Tables 2020

Premier Division

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Division Three B

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Championship

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Division Four A

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Division One

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Division Four B

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Division Two A

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Division Five A

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Division Two B

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Division Five B

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Division Three A

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Division Six A

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Potters Bar Totteridge Millhillians Radlett Welwyn Garden City Hoddesdon Hertford West Herts Harpenden Reed North Mymms

Old Owens Hemel Hempstead Town Bishop's Stortford Letchworth Garden City Flitwick Preston Shenley Village Langleybury Luton Town & Indians Dunstable Sawbridgeworth Hitchin Old Albanian Broxbourne Leverstock Green St Margaretsbury Harpenden II Holtwhites Trinibis Ampthill Town Ickleford Redbourn Abbots Langley Chorleywood Bushey St Albans Berkhamsted Knebworth Park Watford Town Kings Langley Stevenage

Old Elizabethans Hertford II Flitwick II Potters Bar II Northchurch Northwood Radlett II Welwyn Garden City II Hoddesdon II Allenburys & County Hall

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

7 6 5 5 4 3 3 2 1 0 6 6 5 5 3 3 2 1 2 0 7 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2

6 6 5 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 6 5 4 3 3 3 2 1 1 1

1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 2 2 3 4 5 5 6 7 1 1 2 2 3 3 5 5 4 7 0 3 2 4 3 4 4 5 4 4

1 1 1 3 3 5 3 5 5 5 1 1 2 4 3 3 3 5 4 3

Eversholt 9 7 0 0 Datchworth 9 5 0 2 Letchworth Garden City II 9 5 0 2 Totteridge Millhillians II 9 3 0 3 Dunstable II 9 4 0 3 North Enfield 9 3 0 2 Parkfield & Headstone 9 1 0 4 Luton Town & Indians II 9 1 0 3 Potton Town 9 0 0 4 Chipperfield Clarendon 9 0 0 6

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0 2 2 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 3 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 3 2

2 2 3 2 3 2 4 2 3 3

0 1 11 4 8 4 9 10 5 20

2 3 3 2 3 3 4 3 4 5 2 2 2 2 2 4 3 5 5 3

5 5 5 8 13 9 12 18 18 11

0 14 9 23 14 19 29 21 21 8 10 5 4 6 13 29 13 30 13 16 3 0 10 15 4 6 14 34 15 15 0 13 12 25 5 4 10 8 19 23

5 5 13 6 10 19 19 14 27 21 10 9 8 6 13 10 14 17 4 22

0 17 9 32 18 26 28 44 29 25 8 10 14 26 22 31 21 16 47 24 5 10 16 26 15 25 13 31 26 18 0 12 13 12 14 17 33 13 23 35

198 180 163 162 143 123 116 102 90 52

174 173 160 155 122 119 90 85 84 57 230 171 168 165 162 155 154 145 140 133 218 215 194 172 155 140 134 118 113 100

208 190 176 151 149 131 127 125 111 108 230 195 195 167 159 151 123 101 87 83

Cockfosters 9 7 0 West Herts II 9 5 0 Reed II 9 5 0 Bayford & Hertford 9 4 0 Hemel Hempstead Town II 9 4 0 Lutonian 9 4 0 Wheathampstead 9 3 0 Harpenden III 9 1 0 Sandridge 9 1 0 Southgate Adelaide 9 0 0 Northwood Town Old Finchleians Rickmansworth Cheshunt Rosedale Bishop's Stortford II Old Haberdashers Watford Town II Leverstock Green II Langleybury II Hatfield & Crusaders London Colney Holtwhites Trinibis II Hitchin II Shenley Village II Chorleywood II Hatfield Hyde Stevenage II Northampton Exiles Ampthill Town II Flamstead Tewin Bentley Heath Old Camdenians Frogmore Hertford III Radlett III Knebworth Park II Ickleford II St Albans II North Mymms II

Mill Hill Village Redbourn II Broxbourne II Sawbridgeworth II Hertingfordbury Welwyn Garden City III Old Albanian II Boxmoor Baldock Luton Town & Indians III Clifton Preston II Old Finchleians II Radlett IV Berkhamsted II Northwood II Bushey II Letchworth Garden City III Old Cholmeleians Hemel Hempstead Town III

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

0 2 2 3 3 2 4 5 6 7

7 0 1 7 0 1 6 0 1 5 0 3 3 0 4 3 0 4 3 0 4 1 0 6 1 0 6 0 0 6 6 0 1 6 0 1 4 0 3 4 0 2 4 0 4 4 0 2 1 0 5 1 0 3 2 0 5 0 0 6 6 0 1 5 0 2 4 0 3 4 0 3 4 0 3 2 0 3 3 0 4 2 0 4 0 0 5 2 0 4 5 0 3 5 0 2 5 0 1 3 0 2 3 0 3 3 0 2 3 0 4 2 0 3 1 0 5 0 0 5 6 0 1 5 0 2 5 0 2 4 0 3 4 0 3 4 0 4 3 0 5 2 0 5 2 0 5 1 0 6

2 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 2 2

0 10 2 14 20 4 18 23 16 27

1 3 1 1 2 0 1 9 1 10 2 8 2 16 2 17 2 15 2 11 2 4 2 4 2 19 3 13 1 13 3 5 3 28 5 17 2 12 3 14 2 1 2 7 2 10 2 15 2 0 3 14 2 20 3 19 3 15 3 0 1 17 2 13 3 4 4 8 3 8 4 5 2 8 4 18 3 10 4 6 2 5 2 8 2 3 2 18 2 5 1 6 1 8 2 20 2 3 2 13

0 21 13 25 24 12 31 28 36 44

230 194 185 179 178 166 154 106 102 91

9 232 8 229 10 210 22 191 32 162 33 146 16 142 39 106 40 95 39 85 17 213 3 202 21 176 11 167 21 164 3 158 36 124 25 122 39 118 36 80

5 206 13 190 25 175 18 173 25 168 19 143 25 135 24 123 29 94 10 90 20 197 13 196 5 189 14 152 23 151 7 142 16 134 21 129 23 93 32 78 8 213 16 194 12 185 13 171 25 170 21 157 39 147 29 129 46 122 32 89


Division Six B

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Division Seven A

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Cheshunt Rosedale II 9 Potters Bar III 9 Watton-at-Stone 9 Potten End 9 Rickmansworth II 9 Greenwood Park 9 Hatfield & Crusaders II 9 Old Elizabethans II 9 Allenburys& County Hall II 9 Abbots Langley II 9 Northwood Town II Botany Bay Old Owens II Cockfosters II St Margaretsbury II Stevenage III Flitwick III Pirton Weston Datchworth II

Division Seven B

Shenley Village III Ware Harpenden Dolphins Bovingdon Hatch End Northchurch II Northampton Exiles II Kings Langley II Offley& Stopsley Southgate Adelaide II

Division Eight A

Little Berkhamsted Sahibs Pinner St Albans III Lutonian II Aldenham Harpenden IV Luton Town & Indians IV Wheathampstead II Old Cholmeleians II Chipperfield Clarendon II

Division Eight B

Dunstable III Totteridge Millhillians III West Herts III Redbourn III Watford Town III Leverstock Green III Old Minchendenians Mill Hill Village II Old Albanian III Baldock II

Division Nine A

Southgate Compton Hitchin III Bentley Heath II Sandridge II Hoddesdon III Hatfield Hyde II Langleybury III Welwyn Garden City IV Knebworth Park III Hemel Hempstead Town IV

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

7 0 0 6 0 2 5 0 2 4 0 2 2 0 5 2 0 5 3 0 5 3 0 4 2 0 4 1 0 6 6 0 2 6 0 1 5 0 2 3 0 4 3 0 3 3 0 3 2 0 4 2 0 4 2 0 5 1 0 5

2 0 1 0 2 15 3 13 2 19 2 20 1 9 2 19 3 10 2 12 1 21 2 3 2 10 2 17 3 19 3 27 3 24 3 19 2 14 3 22

0 230 18 208 15 200 12 175 39 138 36 136 24 133 22 131 22 127 45 102 14 218 8 211 14 194 28 155 24 152 19 149 29 137 21 120 33 119 18 90

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

7 0 0 5 0 1 4 0 3 4 0 3 3 0 3 3 0 4 2 0 5 2 0 4 1 0 4 1 0 5

2 0 3 2 2 15 2 11 3 9 2 14 2 17 3 15 4 16 3 21

0 230 9 191 22 177 17 168 21 150 26 145 39 136 25 130 20 106 30 106

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

7 0 0 5 0 2 4 0 2 4 0 1 3 0 4 1 0 4 2 0 4 3 0 4 1 0 5 0 0 4

2 0 1 9 3 9 3 0 2 28 4 22 3 7 2 15 3 17 5 15

0 230 18 207 15 174 1 171 24 162 30 122 14 121 15 115 36 113 17 82

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

8 0 0 6 0 1 5 0 3 4 0 3 4 0 3 3 0 5 2 0 6 2 0 5 2 0 5 1 0 6

1 0 2 0 1 16 2 14 2 11 1 15 1 24 2 16 2 17 2 8

0 250 8 208 18 189 28 175 13 161 25 135 40 134 34 130 25 122 45 103

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

7 0 0 6 0 1 5 0 2 3 0 3 3 0 3 3 0 4 2 0 5 2 0 4 2 0 5 0 0 6

2 0 2 9 2 3 3 14 3 7 2 14 2 24 3 16 2 14 3 19

0 230 4 208 8 161 25 156 14 151 31 149 32 131 18 119 27 116 36 85

Division Nine B

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Division Ten A

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Division Ten B

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Regional A West

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Regional A East

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Regional B West

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Regional B East

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Preston III Boxmoor II Great Gaddesden Hertford IV Old Eastcotians Bayford & Hertford II Cheshunt Rosedale III London Colney II Bushey III Stevenage IV

5 0 2 5 0 1 5 0 2 5 0 2 4 0 3 4 0 3 2 0 5 2 0 4 0 0 7 2 0 5

2 15 3 0 2 5 2 8 2 15 2 12 2 26 3 20 2 38 2 8

10 195 10 190 11 186 9 181 11 166 18 163 34 140 24 134 42 100 11 99

Old Haberdashers II 9 5 0 1 Pinner II 9 6 0 0 Bamville 9 4 0 3 Rickmansworth III 9 3 0 4 Northwood III 9 3 0 3 Harpenden V 9 3 0 4 West Herts IV 9 3 0 3 Letchworth Garden City IV 9 2 0 5 Reed III 9 1 0 3 Holtwhites Trinibis III 9 1 0 5

3 6 3 0 2 12 2 16 3 14 2 8 3 11 2 11 5 13 3 28

9 195 0 190 27 171 31 157 21 152 42 150 18 144 35 121 16 116 30 113

Flamstead II Chorleywood III Mill Hill Village III North Enfield II Parkfield & Headstone II Old Elizabethans III Letchmore Northampton Exiles III Hoddesdon IV Preston IV Potten End II Shenley Village IV Markyate & Luton Town Berkhamsted III Watford Town IV St Albans IV Old Albanian IV Harpenden VI Abbots Langley III Boxmoor III Tewin II Hitchin IV Broxbourne III Ickleford III St Margaretsbury III Potters Bar IV Cockfosters III Stevenage V Datchworth III Hertingfordbury II

Wheathampstead III Redbourn IV Northwood Town III Northwood IV Hatch End II Old Camdenians II Leverstock Green IV Chipperfield Clarendon III Rickmansworth IV Old Minchendenians II

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

7 0 0 7 0 1 5 0 2 4 0 4 4 0 4 3 0 4 3 0 3 2 0 5 1 0 6 0 0 7

2 0 1 4 2 7 1 16 1 16 2 13 3 9 2 16 2 23 2 35

0 230 5 229 7 179 32 178 21 166 28 151 16 145 27 122 37 110 34 89

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

4 4 4 2 4 2 1 0 0 1

3 4 5 5 3 4 4 4 7 5

14 6 0 23 4 7 8 13 0 6

15 19.89 4 18.89 0 18.33 20 17.00 12 16.22 15 15.22 22 13.33 43 10.11 0 9.44 12 8.11

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 1 0 2 2 2 3 5 2 3

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

6 0 1 5 0 2 4 0 2 4 0 3 3 0 3 3 0 3 3 0 4 1 0 5 2 0 4 1 0 5

2 7 2 14 3 3 2 14 3 21 3 16 2 12 3 12 3 17 3 14

2 23.22 12 21.78 17 18.89 16 18.89 14 17.22 18 17.11 30 16.89 36 13.80 9 12.00 31 11.67

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

6 0 0 4 0 2 3 0 2 3 0 1 2 0 2 3 0 3 2 0 5 0 0 1 1 0 6 0 0 2

3 0 3 12 4 17 5 3 5 7 3 9 2 11 8 0 2 11 7 0

0 20.56 14 19.56 12 17.11 9 16.89 10 14.11 18 13.00 33 11.00 0 10.00 25 9.56 0 8.33

6 5 4 3 2 2 1 1 1

2 2 3 2 2 3 3 3 2

0 5 2 16 23 20 21 15 30

Old Owens III 8 Ware II 8 Hatfield & Crusaders III 8 Stevenage VI 8 Hatfield Hyde III 8 Little Berkhamsted Sahibs II 8 Welwyn Garden City V 8 Botany Bay II 8 Letchworth Garden City V 8

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 1 3 4 3 4 4 5

0 4 2 3 10 2 13 18 8

25.00 22.38 19.25 15.50 14.13 13.38 11.75 11.00 11.00 95


Regional C East Tye Green Edmonton Hatfield Hyde IV Hoddesdon V Hitchin V Knebworth Park IV Baldock III Datchworth IV

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Ave 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

3 2 1 0 1 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 2 2 1 2 0 0

1 5 3 0 2 2 3 10 3 10 3 6 5 0 5 0

3 0 0 20 1 14 0 0

21.6 18.0 12.4 12.0 11.2 9.4 9.0 9.0

Regional C West Berkhamsted IV Chorleywood IV Southgate Adelaide III West Herts V Kings Langley III Bushey IV North Mymms III Watford Town V

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Ave 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Socially distant champions

1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0

3 4 3 4 3 5 5 5

0 0 2 0 10 0 0 0

10 0 2 0 15 0 0 0

14.6 14.0 12.8 12.0 11.0 10.0 10.0 10.0

No team photos of our divisional champions this year, but all credit to Tewin for setting up their two title-wining teams in divisions 5A and A East, in a compliant way.

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Diary of the Season 2020

A season like no other. The global Coronavirus pandemic took hold at the start of the year and by the end of March the UK was in lockdown, along with many other countries, Prospects for any sort of cricket season looked slim.

opinion; the third umpire has been invoked. We want to work as fast as possible to get cricket back and we will be publishing guidelines in the next few days, so that cricket can resume in time for next weekend.”

Fast forward several weeks and Test cricket was given the go ahead, with the West Indies agreeing to play three Tests in the ‘bubbles’ of Southampton and Old Trafford. ODIs against Ireland and a Pakistan Test series would follow. There was hope for club cricket yet.

Thankfully he must have listened to his scientific sidekick who told the same press briefing: ”It is perfectly possible to have cricket where people do keep their distance and provided people don’t do things that are clearly not sensible, ranging from hugging the bowler if they have just bowled someone for a duck through to spitting on the ball. It should be possible to make the game really very safe because it is an outdoor sport at a distance.”

The ECB worked hard on behalf of all levels of the game to agree a set of restrictions with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport. Net practice could resume, with limited numbers, from mid-May. A set of guidelines for recreational cricket was drawn up, aimed at minimising the risk of transmission of the virus. On 23 June, three months to the day after announcing the lockdown, the Prime Minister announced that pubs, restaurants and cinemas could re-open from 4 July. Was this our moment? To everyone’s astonishment, Boris told the House of Commons: “The problem with cricket, as everybody understands, is that the ball is a natural vector of disease.”

The green light, at last. But too late for the Herts League committee’s planned restart on 11 July, which conveniently would have been the start of the second half of the planned season. No matter, it would start on 18 July and finish a week later than usual, thus salvaging a competitive season from the wreckage caused by the virus. The objective was just to get players and umpires back out in the middle, albeit in unique circumstances.

The rule book and match rules had to be re-written, to enable meaningful league Within a week the PM was compounding the games. No changing rooms – players to felony in a morning radio interview, saying: arrive already changed. No teas or drinks but “It's the teas, it's the changing rooms and so mandated hygiene breaks every six overs, to on and so forth.” Within hours he backtracked. sanitize hands and the ball. Such interruptions At a press briefing that afternoon he said: “'I meant shorter matches, so 45 overs and a have sought scientific advice and medical midday start in the top half of the League structure, 40 overs A lovely Saturday in summer but no cricket. The typical scene on club grounds until mid-July 2020. This is the charming Bovingdon ground. for the remainder. No promotion or relegation. Trophies for divisional winners but no prize money. No playoffs. No knock-out tournaments. No ‘Club of the Year’ for the President’s Trophy. The global situation meant we were unlikely to see any overseas players. 97


In a co-operative move which typified the spirit of 2020, both games were scheduled for Sawbo’s Town Fields ground, and played as 30 overs-per-side matches. The 2nd XI game had a 10.30 start and the 1st XI game at 3pm, with three OA players appearing in both matches! In the scorebox for both was Sawbo stalwart Richard White. Richard described the experience as “tiring but rewarding”. Note: As in previous years, in the interests of brevity, some club names will be abbreviated in many places (but not every mention) in this review, eg Luton Town & Indians will be referred to just as Luton. With apologies to the purists and to those abbreviated clubs for any annoyance caused.

Week 1. 18 July Cricket, at last!

The new regulations for 2020. No changing rooms. Ball sanitizing every six overs. Hand sanitizing stations.

Ground availability would prove a problem, with some groundsmen furloughed and minimal maintenance having taken place, so ground sharing and Sunday matches became a feature. Covid running lines were introduced, 2 metres from the cut strip. Player availability would inevitably suffer, with some choosing not to play, on grounds of health & safety. Similar concerns meant fewer umpires and scorers than usual. Worryingly, with junior competitions virtually wiped out, many youngsters just gave up on the season (but hopefully not on the game, permanently). With all this and much more to resolve, the League committee did a great job in making competitive cricket possible, based on a ‘new normal’. Some teams enjoyed friendlies on 11 July, then a week later the Saracens Herts League returned. As a footnote, to underline just how ‘different’ this season would be, match day 1 would see a unique scenario. Sawbridgeworth were scheduled to play Old Albanian at both 1st & 2nd team level but OA's ground was not available, with the ground staff furloughed. 98

In the Premier, last year’s two ‘champion’ teams continued where they left off, with convincing wins. One of the first centurions of the season was Dominic Chatfield with 127 in Radlett’s 324-4, setting up victory by 167 runs over Mymms. Dominic’s opening partner, Josh de Caires (below) is better known for his batting and hadn’t bowled more than 25 overs in total in any of the previous four seasons, but seemed to have used the lockdown wisely, by learning to bowl properly. He took the new ball and returned 5-16 off 7 overs. Three Scott brothers played in the Potters Bar team and it was Patrick who started better than anyone, scoring 108* off 109 balls in their 7 wickets victory over Harpenden. Also convincing were newly promoted Hoddesdon, winning by five wickets, chasing West Herts’ all-out score of 157. The other newly promoted team, Reed, fared less well, reaching 182 but going down by four wickets to Totteridge. Welwyn were the other winners, by 41 runs over Hertford, with last year’s leading batsman, Owais Shah, setting them on their way with 60. Pick of the games in the Championship was probably Hemel’s three-wickets win over Flitwick, reaching their target of 176 with just two balls to spare. A similar story in 2A, where


Bushey overhauled Redbourn’s 245-5 with eight wickets down and just three balls to spare. The match of the day, however, came at Stortford in 4A. The first tied match of the season. Visitors Hatfield & Crusaders had the hosts at 87 for 6, so the final all out score of 179 represented something of a recovery. With the reply at 127 for 6, the game seemed to favour Stortford II but just as in the first innings, the tail was strong, taking Hatfield to within five runs of their target, with five overs remaining, but the last pair were together. Three runs came in the 41st over, then a maiden and a single from the first ball of the 43rd over, before a sharp catch by ‘keeper Joe Leak meant an equal share of the spoils. A couple of rungs lower, in 6B, there were just four balls to spare when Cheshunt Rosedale, 7 wickets down, passed the Rickmansworth II total of 201-7. Brothers Harvey (age 17) & Owen (21) Blackwell between them scored

Kriehn, playing for Hemel II in 3B, with an imposing 153. Chris Munroe is a familiar name in these annual reviews and he showed that class is permanent with 132* (15x4; 4x6) for Aldenham v Harpenden IV in 8A. Opening William Kriehn 153 for Hemel II day centuries too for Sam Barker, 116* for Cockfosters against Harpenden III in 3B, and for Alex Syed, skipper of Sawbo II in the double header with OAs, who marked the opening day with an impressive 115*. Finally, my personal return to action, as umpire, was for Watford Town II’s visit to Northwood Town. Watford’s opener was 14-year-old Gaurav Shinagare, who practices more than anyone. Facing the first ball of the season, he saw his wristy flick go straight into square leg’s hands. It’s a cruel game. I wonder if anyone else suffered such a golden, to the first ball after lockdown? Google tells me this is a ‘Golden Goose’.

Week 2. 25 July

League Registration Officer Paul Blackwell and sons Harvey (centre) and Owen who are making their mark for Rickmansworth..

120 of those Ricky runs, which made their dad Paul, well known in League circles, a proud man, and just a day after he came out of hospital Three other results with exciting finishes on this first day back were the victories for Northchurch II, over Exiles II, in 7B, by one wicket; for Southgate Compton, over Sandridge II in 9A, by two runs; and for Hatch End II by just one run and with one ball to spare, over Redbourn IV in Regional B West. Some batsman took the delayed start in their stride. Chief among these was William

It was great to be back after all this time. A workable and safe playing formula had been found. Players were desperately keen to play. What could possibly go wrong? How about a local lockdown in Luton followed by torrential rain! On this 2nd Saturday, most games saw the first innings completed, before the rain arrived. Just three matches were completed. One of these was in the Premier division and it produced one of the matches of the season. In a repeat of one of the semi-finals in the previous season’s play-offs, Potters Bar hosted WGC. Rain curtailed the visitors’ innings after 40.4 overs but even in difficult conditions, most of the batting line-up had contributed towards an acceptable total of 196-8. Rain arrived and a two-hour delay meant a revised target of 193 off 35 overs for Bar. This was reduced yet again after more rain, leading to the eventual target of 183 off 31. The Welwyn boys had used the conditions to reduce Bar to 11-2 and then 66-5 and seemed 99


to be heading to victory. Enter Miguel NunesMachado who, after a relatively quiet start, smacked 6x6 in his 32-ball stay, as he and Rishi Patel put on 77 in 52 balls. Both went before the start of the last over, however, which saw Bar needing 10 to win, with three wickets in hand. With Owais Shah bowling, in ridiculously dark conditions (for July), three came off the first ball, followed by another wicket and two dot balls. A 4 to cow corner left the hosts requiring 3 off the final ball but it was just a scampered two and the result was a tie. Huge credit goes to the players and umpires for giving the game every chance.

but back on course after a 150-run partnership between Ross Clarke & Todd Sturdy, only for both men to fall in the 34th over. The final over arrived with the score on 255-8 and in spite of 11 runs coming from it, that wasn’t quite enough and Hertford took the 30 points, by 2 runs.

Before the rain came, there was time for a couple of Sawbridgeworth players to get some serious batting practice. In the division 1 match at Holtwhites, Joe Holland scored his maiden league century, reaching 117*. He shared a fourth wicket partnership of 174 with Vibhor Yadav (107), breaking a 35 year-old club record for a league match. It was all to no avail as the game was abandoned after Sawbo finished on 313-5.

The leading batsman today, however, by some distance, was Ed Lye of Chorleywood in 2A. With his 174 he could be said to have beaten Watford Town on his own, as the eventual victory margin was 173 runs. Ed’s score came off 124 balls, hitting 23 x4, 2x6

The Premier division’s individual score of the day came from the ‘old pro’ Owais Shah, who accounted for 138 of WGC’s imposing 319-7. That was 120 too many for struggling Mymms. The other century of note was 105 from Miguel Nunes-Machado, just a week after his maiden half century for Potters Bar.

Week 3. 1 August Good news, the Luton lockdown was lifted – but not until the eve of the 3rd week of matches, much too late to save those games scheduled for the Bedfordshire town’s clubs and individual players from other clubs who live in that area.

Ed Lye giving Tom Smithson Chorleywood’s ‘87 Trophy’. It goes to the player who most recently scored 87+. Ed held it for about 5 overs in the match against Watford Town!

On the field, A10 neighbours Hertford and Hoddesdon gave us the closest match, with Hertford defending 268-8, but only just. Hoddesdon’s run chase was stuttering at 20-3

and he put on a club record 292 for the 2nd wicket with Tom Smithson, who scored 108.

Cricketers who live around Luton were desperate for some cricket, but surely not this desperate! An amusing Tweet.

A couple of bowlers also offered eye-catching returns. At Langleybury, Modi’s century

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Ed’s effort overshadowed several excellent innings, including Vibhor Yadav, 115 for Sawbo in division 1, Martyn Chandler, 118 for Hertford II in 2B, Alex Cook, 101 for Radlett II in 2B, Adam Robbins, 119 for Wheathampstead in 3B; Sohan Modi 119 for Northwood Town in 4A; James Pickard, 105 for Potten End at Watton, in 6B, Kasey Harris, 136* for Botany Bay in 7A, Ben Wilson, 121* for Bayford & Hertford II in 9B; and Adrian Wilson, 112 for Letchworth 5th XI (the next top score was just 20!) in B East. All showed that batsmen were starting to find some form.


(above) gave 10-man Northwood Town a defendable target of 241, until they suffered two serious injuries to bowlers and found themselves with eight fielders. Up stepped ever-dependable Veer Vadgama - 3.1 overs, 4 wickets for 5 runs, bowling his side to victory by 100 runs. An even better return, although under less testing circumstances, came from Max Davies (left), His figures were 8 overs, 6 for 12, as Chorleywood 3rds beat Preston 4ths by 79 runs. Close run chases which caught the eye included Holtwhites failing by just two runs to overhaul Leverstock’s impressive 259-9, in division 1; Reed II, in 3B, overhauling Wheathampstead’s 224-5 with one ball to spare; Ampthill II getting over the line by just one wicket, in 4B, chasing London Colney’s 160-9; and Shenley Village III, into the last over and 9 wickets down when they beat Northchurch II, in 7B.

Week 4. 8 August WGC and Potters Bar remained locked together at the top of the Premier division after today’s round of matches. WGC were mainly indebted to Mohammed Rizvi, who came on as the 3rd change bowler and promptly took 6 for 38 off 8 overs, as Harpenden subsided from 159-5 to 172 all out. The Welwyn reply was very patchy and with Jack Doyle taking four quick wickets, they were teetering at 92-6, before Louis Champion carried his bat to the end, with 67*, to steer them home.

place, just five points behind. Half centuries from Fraser Crawford and Christopher Arul, in a stand of 98, provided the platform, and eventually they asked their bowlers to defend a total of 244-8. At 233-7, with two overs left, Totteridge were probably favourites but two wickets in an over for Josh de Caires, while conceding only 1 run (a wide) changed the odds and Radlett’s victory arrived with three balls to spare. Those last three wickets were all stumpings for skipper Tom Jenkins. There was also a two-way battle for leadership of the Championship, with Old Owens and Letchworth tied on 85 points. Both had straightforward wins, by six wickets for Old Owens over Preston and by 170 runs for Letchworth, over Shenley. Letchworth were mainly indebted to Maxford Pipe, scoring an unbeaten 108 and then taking three wickets with the new ball. Shenley were 49-8 at one stage, before the last two wickets more than doubled the score, in a losing cause. Maxford is an early contender for Letchworth’s player of the season having scored 280 runs with two hundreds and been dismissed just once. He has also taken 6 wickets. There was another centurion in the Bedfordshire battle between Flitwick and Luton, with Devender Singh’s 109 off 76 balls making light of Flitwick’s 234-run target, and with 78* from Kashif Ali, only two wickets were lost in achieving the victory. In div. one, the man in form at Sawbridgeworth was clearly Vibhor Yadav (below), with his 3rd successive century, becoming the first Sawbo

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player ever to achieve this feat. Today he took the Harpenden II attack for 113, helping his team to a near-daunting total of 282, achieved in spite of Billy May’s six wicket haul for Harpenden. Vibhor then chipped in with a couple of wickets, as the visitors fell well short, by 44 runs. The innings of the day probably came from Kamber Hussain (left), with 164 for Rickmansworth in 4A, setting up a victory over Northwood Town by 173 runs. Not far behind came Ryan Hassall (below), who struck 148* to power Knebworth III to a 9 wicket win over WGC IV in 9A. The margin was the same for Harpenden Dolphins who beat Northampton Exiles II, in 7B, chasing 184. The man mainly responsible was Jonathan Lacey, who scored 128* in 110 balls. Two rare centuries in the regional divisions, both in A East. At Broxbourne, Tristian Preston scored an impressive 102 for the home club’s 3rd XI, while Michael Nash was scoring 131, including 20 boundaries, for Datchworth III. This turned into an excellent match, with Datchworth’s 241-6 almost passed by St Margaretsbury III but they fell three runs short and with two balls left. At the climax, centurion Nash decided the result with 3.4 overs, 3 for 34. Generally, the batsmen were finding some form, with five teams notching up scores of 300+. Close finishes were also plentiful, including two tied matches. Totteridge 2nds scored 200-7, before bowling out 3A rivals Parkfield for the same score. With just two balls remaining, the scores were level, with Parkfield 9 wickets down. That 4th ball was played towards mid-off but not far enough. The scrambling batsmen were undone by a direct hit with the batsman just falling short. Possibly even more dramatic was the 4th XI contest in Regional A West, where St Albans and near neighbours Old Albanian shared the points after each side was bowled out for just 76! Unsurprisingly, bowlers took the honours, 102

with Arshad Iqbal taking 5 for 5 for OA and Tim Winfield responding with 5 for 21. Elsewhere Bayford squeezed out a one run win over West Herts II in 3B after scoring 247-8. Waheed Choudhary followed up his miserly 2-18 off 9 with an innings of 91 but wickets kept falling and the final over arrived with only one wicket left. ‘Part time’ bowler Tom Green took responsibility and left the home team needing 3 off the final ball. A great strike was cut-off just short of the boundary and returned for a run out before the second run was completed. For good measure, Bayford II were also involved in a close finish, in 9B, climaxing on the 5th ball of the last over when Preston III achieved a 5-wicket victory. It had looked easy for Preston when veteran Matt Burleigh and 15 year-old Pushan Chakraborty put on 99 for the 1st wicket but with three overs to go Preston still needed 28, but three off the last two balls proved achievable A tense finish also as Bushey II hosted Radlett IV, who sneaked home by two runs in the 6A encounter. Craig Steven-Jennings scored 96* of the visitors’ total of 175, then took the last wicket to secure the victory but the real damage was done by Abhijay Singh’s 4-13, at one stage reducing Bushey from 156-6 to 157-9. Newly arrived in 8A, Pinner celebrated a record 1st wicket partnership as James Baker (right) with 113 & Rohitesh Dhawan (65) plundered Old Chomeleians 2nds for 194 in 26.2 overs, to break an 11-year old record. Pinner eventually took the match by 175 runs. Somewhat differently, a margin of just two runs was the difference at Berkhamsted, where the home team’s 3rd XI fell just short of Markyate’s 208. That match, in A West, was one of two very tight regional matches. The other was in C West, which was suffering through an understandable lack of availability, affecting mostly 4th & 5th XIs. The one match which could be played today in that division gave us a thrilling finish, with Southgate


Adelaide III getting home by just one wicket and with only three balls remaining, chasing Kings Langley III’s total of 130.

Week 5. 15 August By the end of today we were already past the half-way point of the season, yet it seemed to many that we had hardly started. And to compound the frustration of this truncated season, after a week of record temperatures, this 5th weekend was a near wash-out. Just eight matches were played, including one in the Premier and it was Potters Bar who again benefitted. Remember their match was the only one at the top level to survive the previous weekend deluge, in week 2. When I first became involved in the Herts League (1980s), when we had just one division of 18 clubs, I remember discussions on whether all matches should be deemed cancelled, if more than, say, two-thirds of the day’s matches were rained off. Some experienced observers were convinced that it was unfair for teams to pick up a bagful of points, playing possibly in dubious conditions, when the majority were denied that opportunity by the weather. Are there any such thoughts floating around the dressing rooms and committee rooms these days? Today Potters Bar went to West Herts and won convincingly, by 8 wickets. Not many close finishes elsewhere but there was a good match in 8A, involving two unbeaten teams who could be expected to battle for the title. Pinner welcomed Aldenham, who adjusted well to the conditions and set a competitive total of 174. Pinner were up for the fight however, and although they wobbled at 78 for 5, reached their target in the penultimate over, with two wickets in hand. Looking at the tables for our two top divisions, which give the League its premier status, Potters Bar had a distinct advantage in the top-flight, going into the 2nd half of the season, helped partly by no weather interference. But Bar were also delivering the results, with four wins and a tie, giving them a 15-point advantage over WGC, with Radlett a further three points behind, in 3rd place. They were the only unbeaten teams in the division.

The top of the Championship was tight, with Old Owens and Letchworth equal on 95 points and Luton the only other unbeaten team but 20 points behind, having suffered three cancellations, two for bad weather and one for Coronavirus lockdown. Without the competitive edge of promotion and relegation, plus many forced cancellations, the divisional tables somehow lacked fascination, with few stand-out performers. Were some of those teams nearer the bottom than the top suffering because of availability problems? It’s not a year to read anything into league positions. Unless you happen to be top!

Week 6. 22 August A full programme of matches, in spite of a wet week, with four of the five Premier division matches helping to lift the gloom, thanks to tight finishes. Most notable was Potters Bar’s first defeat, by just six runs, at the hands of Totteridge. The Bar made a great start, having the visitors 0 for 2 after eight balls but Simon Webster more than steadied the Totteridge ship, with 95, meaning they could amass a defendable total of 237-8. The bowlers made sure it was defended well, chipping away with regular wickets and bowling tightly throughout, especially at the death, conceding just four boundaries during the last ten overs. Bar’s defeat meant WGC joined them at the top, both on 123 points, after an equally close match, in which they defeated Reed by 7 runs. Chasing 227, Reed were almost totally indebted to Will Heslam (right) who opened the innings and was last man out, holing-out in the deep off the penultimate ball, for a magnificent 111 (9x4; 3x6). It was quite a performance by Reed, in their maiden season in the top division, against the former champions. Radlett remained 3rd, sealing victory by a similar margin of 7 runs, against Hertford. 103


from 2nd to 6th as Again the victors a result, replaced had to defend a total by Broxbourne who but in Radlett’s case squeezed out a it was a moderate 7-run win over St 189, which had been Margaretsbury. anchored by Kabir Toor’s innings of The bowlers held 58. Hertford looked sway in the 2B clash favourites at 83-1 but when Hertford II Anthony Hill changed visited Northwood. that with a hat trick. Only 221 runs Opener Will Ray scored all day, with held firm with 68 but Rain stopped play affected several matches in week 6 the hosts coming skipper Ben Cowell out on top by five (47*) was the only other batsman, outside the runs. Also equally tight in 2B, Hoddesdon II top three, to get into double figures. With the squeezed home by 6 runs against WGC II. last three wickets going down for one run, in On a day of generally low scores on sluggish, six balls, Hertford’s hopes were dashed with damp pitches, with three teams being bowled more than five overs in hand. out for less than 40, let’s acknowledge the The day’s 4th close match was the only one to individual run-scoring efforts of two centurions. see a successful run chase, after Harpenden Mark Smith of Dunstable II, in 3A, scored 138 overhauled Hoddesdon’s 212-6 (Jayden included 16x4s and 4x6s and Raghav Sehgal Broodryk 89*) for the loss of six wickets but (Old Haberdashers II) bettered that slightly, with 140 against Holtwhites 3rds in 10A, with only five balls of the match remaining. For the tightest of matches, however, we had putting together a partnership of 206 for the 3rd wicket with Rishi Nainani (71). to look to divisions 1 and 5A, where we had two ties. Ickleford visited Leverstock and were Tewin II kept up their unbeaten start bundled out for 132 all out in 38.4 overs, the in A East with a crushing victory last eight wickets going down for 33 runs. over Stevenage 5ths. Tewin That’s real bundling. On a sticky wicket, 132 posted 206-6, then stood in awe soon looked plenty too many as the hosts at a remarkable bowling spell were reduced to 31-6 largely thanks to Luke from Reagan Tukapua (right) who Marsden's 4-15. A seventh wicket stand of 59 terrorised the Stevenage batting left the tail with 44 to win the game and they line-up, taking 8 for 12. That was to almost got there but in the 43rd over the hosts prove the top analysis of the season, lost their final two wickets with the scores in any division. matched. Finally, we had our first champions In 5A it was Radlett and St Albans who served of the season. On the previous Saturday, the up parity. Radlett 3rds were all out for 199 two regional divisions, C East and C West had then constrained St Albans 2nds, who lost largely finished their programme of matches, only eight wickets but couldn’t quite get over with both heavily affected by cancellations, largely through non-availability of players. the line when the overs ran out. Back in division 1, the top two teams, Sawbridgeworth and Hitchin also served up plenty of excitement, as leaders Sawbo cemented their place in first place by bowling out Hitchin for 215, just two runs short of their target. Michael Burrell took a record five catches for Sawbo in addition to returning impressive figures of 9-3-17-1. Hitchin dropped 104

Berkhamsted IV had only played two matches but topped C West, ahead of Chorleywood IV who had played just one match!

C East was much more interesting but we had to wait until Sunday 23rd for our champions, when the two leading contenders, Tye Green and Edmonton, went head-to-head. Edmonton totally dominated, scoring 398-3,


with centuries from Randy Noel (111*) and Kaz Bacchus (110*). Tye Green replied with 150-9 after 28 overs and in a common-sense move, their last man, an elderly player, didn’t bat as it was getting dark. Even in defeat, Tye Green could celebrate, however, as they took the league title, having had only one match cancelled, compared to three for otherwise unbeaten Edmonton.

Week 7. 29 August A wet week, especially on the Friday, so several matches didn’t survive. It also turned out to be the coldest bank holiday weekend on record, one year on from the hottest on record! Those who braved the elements had to battle slow pitches and there were few high scores. The best in the Premier, by some way, was Hoddesdon’s 252-5, who then bowled out the division’s previous joint leaders, WGC, for 184. Hoddy’s captain Rob Walters (left), with 125 off 126 balls, was the star, before the bowlers took over, reducing Welwyn to 7-2. Jamie Stevens then ripped out the middle order, taking the next four wickets and it was virtually game over. Potters Bar took full advantage, staying top with a straightforward win over Hertford, albeit calculated by DLS. Similarly comfortable was Radlett’s five wickets victory over Reed, who were reduced to 43-6 inside 15 overs. Radlett went 2nd as a result, with Totteridge moving up to 3rd, just above WGC, after demolishing basement team North Mymms by nine wickets. Chasing just 136, Simon Webster (right, in bowler mode) wasn’t concerned about the scoreboard reading 1-1 when he came to the crease, hitting 95* off just 54 balls, with 12x4s and 5x6s. The best match in the top division came at West Herts, where

Harpenden defended their all-out total of 202 but only just. Tight bowling during most of the West Herts reply meant the game looked safe for the visitors, before 17 came off the 40th over and, with only five wickets down, the Stags had new belief. 49 runs (while losing two wickets) were scored off the last four overs but the hosts fell just three runs short. Even closer was a low scoring tie in the Championship. Langleybury needed all of their 45 overs to crawl to 122-9 (David Powles 5 for 17) but defended that stoutly, reducing Flitwick to 61-7. That became 112-7, then 1169. The last pair inched their way to parity, over the next three overs, before the last wicket fell, in the 40th over. The match of the day in the Championship should have been the clash of the top two teams, both undefeated. It became a damp squib. After bowling out Letchworth for 137 (after being 123-4) Old Owens lost just four wickets in their stroll to victory. The difficult batting conditions elsewhere were typified by Potters Bar II and their struggle for victory in 2B. Having bowled out Northwood for just 92, it took 37 overs, with the last pair at the crease, to claim a thrilling victory. One team which didn’t find any problems when batting, were Lutonian, in 3B. Their score of 307-4 was far and away the highest league total of the day, with Zahid Khan helping himself to 165 off the Reed II attack, to set up victory by 173 runs. Only one game survived in 5B and that provided a thriller. Mill Hill Village had to defend 169-7 but nervelessly took the last Redbourn II wicket with two balls remaining, to give them victory by just one run! We did crown our first champions in the main part of the league today, Dunstable III in 8B were 61 points clear, with just two games to go and therefore able to relax earlier than anyone else. The stand-out individual performances today came from one batsman and three bowlers. The batsman was Adnan Ramzan, scoring 126 (13x4; 8x6) batting at 105


no. 6 for Bamville, setting up a victory by 126 runs over Reed III in 10A. In 7A, David Stanley was only the 5th change bowler for Botany Bay, against Old Owens II, but finished the match off for victory by 18 runs, with the remarkable analysis of 3-1-3-5. Nearly as good was Buddhika De Alwis for Flamstead II in 10B. His excellent figures were 7.1-4-8-5, to help bowl out Preston IV for 80 and set up a 10-wickets win. The last word for today, however, is reserved for another 5-for bowler, a player who featured in last year’s season review. Siggy Cragwell (left) is still playing league cricket at 81 years old and today he helped to set up a six-wickets victory for Holtwhites III over Northwood III by taking 5 for 31. This brought his tally to 1500 wickets for the club, since joining Holtwhites as a batsman in 1962, playing on Saturdays only!

Week 8. 5 September Today should have marked the climax to the season but with nothing quite the same, it became the penultimate week. By the end of the day we were able to crown further divisional champions in the main (non-regional) part of the league. They were Sawbridgeworth in division 1, Eversholt in 3A and Old Habs II in 10A, all three unbeaten, an honour shared with just 11 other teams in the main part of the league.

previous season’s top two teams was low scoring but absorbing. Bar’s first innings total of 107 relied almost totally on opener Steve Gale, who was last man out, for a patient 68 off 100 balls, with all the Radlett bowlers maintaining a disciplined line. Their batsmen failed, however, with a mid-innings collapse, from 61-2 to 77-8 virtually scuppering their chances of victory. Luke Chapman’s 5 for 11, taking out all the middle order, was at the heart of Bar’s victory. The other tight match was between last season’s two promoted clubs. Hoddesdon came out on top, by one wicket, after limiting Reed to 151-7. Their reply was going well until skipper Tom Greaves (4-32) extracted turn and bounce on the drying pitch and within four overs 80-1 had become 88-5. At 128-9 Reed sensed victory and with Sean Tidey (6-0-9-0) passing the edge of the bat regularly and hardly conceding a run, the pressure was palpable. Only after 15 overs of knife edge cricket, typified by no. 11 Bill Thorne’s 4 from 49 balls, did the winning runs come. The meanest bowling performance of the day came from Hertford’s James Leather (below), with figures of 5.3-3-2-6, reducing basement team Mymms to 86 all out and setting up a 7-wickets win.

Today’s results set up a tight final weekend in several divisions, most notably in 2A, where six points separated the top three teams; 4A, where Northwood Town and Old Finchleians were separated by only three points; just one point separated Mill Hill and Redbourn II in 5B; and there were two points between Cheshunt and Potters Bar III, in 6B, with the two teams due to meet on the final weekend.

At the top of the Championship, Old Owens were just a few points from the title after another win, while two of their nearest challengers were facing up to each other. Letchworth slipped to 4th after a 31-run defeat by Stortford for whom Adam Bassingthwaighte was the clear man-of-the-match, with 105* and three wickets. Hemel won again and took over 2nd place, ahead of their final-week clash with champions-elect, Old Owens.

At the top of the Premier, Potters Bar had a reasonable cushion of 18 points by the end of today’s matches, after a very tight victory, by 7 runs, over Radlett. The meeting of the

Sawbo’s div. 1 title came courtesy of a 31-run win at Ampthill, while challengers Broxbourne were going down by just one wicket, to Holtwhites, who had been reduced to 44-5,

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chasing 180 to win. A 99-run partnership for the 7th wicket and 17 from the last pair, saw them home. An unremarkable win for Redbourn kept them top of 2A but what a weekend for the club, as, next day, they went on to reach the final of the National Village Cup, one of the few knock-out competitions to survive, this season. The game of the day arguably took place in 3A, where Chipperfield set a challenging target of 257-7, only for Totteridge 2nds to get there with an over to spare but with only one wicket in hand. As usual, close matches provide the main news and, for once, I am able to offer a first-hand report, having stood as umpire in the battle (a friendly battle) between Hatfield & Crusaders and Watford II, in 4A. Batting first, Hatfield were going well but subsided from 70-3 to 104 all out. Watford’s reply didn’t start well but 23-4 became 88-5, then 100-9, close enough to creep over the line, which they did with just three balls to spare. Thank you to all the players for the entertainment (rather than the quality!) One rung lower, 4B, Hitchin 2nds’ visit to Holtwhites must have been equally exciting, although a slightly different scenario. Hitchin set a decent target of 198-8 and had the hosts 21-3 but Josh Bonner anchored the innings, eventually 9th out for 73, leaving the last pair to score 26 for victory - and they did it! With three balls to spare. In 5A, Old Cams being bowled out for 88 but then beating Frogmore by 10 runs must have been interesting. Sadly, no details available. Two of Rickmansworth’s teams served up great excitement today. In 6B, their 2nds went to Abbots and had to defend a relatively meagre score of 116 (having been 110-5 a little earlier). Abbots were cruising and needed only 15 from the last 10 overs with four wickets in hand. They reached 111-6 which quickly became 115-8. Two to win and 15 balls to go. Another wicket, so 9 down. 2 further dots. A maiden from the other end. Final over… dot…dot…wicket! Victory to Ricky by one run. No such luck for Ricky 3rds in 10A, losing

to Northwood III by five wickets after scoring 165 but it went to the penultimate ball of the match. Good stuff in 8B also, where Leverstock III thanked Luke Weston (62) for scoring more than half of their 122 runs. For Totteridge, Ronak Shah, 6-32, inspired his batsmen to deliver a result, which they did, but it went down to the last pair, for a one wicket victory. Among the individual performances of note, Chris Munroe (above) of Aldenham, Mr. Consistent, scored his 3rd century of the season, 126, against St Albans III in 8A. Chris featured on the first week of the season, as did Sam Barker of Cockfosters. Both scored centuries. Today Sam (left) showed his all-round qualities by taking six West Herts II wickets for just 19 runs – after scoring 47 in the same match in 3B. The bowling stars included Luke Wilde for Tewin, taking 6-10 against Ickleford II in 5A; while in 9B, David Benham (below) took six Great Gaddesden wickets for seven runs, for Hertford IV - almost rivalling his 1st XI clubmate James Leather today (see above). Going one better, in 10B, Alistair Cook took 7 for 27 for Flamstead II against Hoddesdon IV, the 2nd week running the Flamstead honours board needed to be updated.

Week 9. 12 September And so to the final weekend. A great climax, even in this Covid-affected season. Crowned champions of the League, with no playoffs this season, were David Benham Potters Bar. Their final match was against North Mymms, who were guaranteed the wooden spoon even before the toss. Bar made no mistake, with victory by a margin of 107


178 runs. Mymms, runners-up only two years previously, had endured a difficult season and capitulated within 22 overs today, 57 all out. The teams in 2nd & 3rd places, separated by just two points, faced each other, with Totteridge coming out on top, recovering from 13-2 to reach 268-7. WGC started in similar fashion, at 13-2, and with Owais Shah following soon afterwards, the writing was on the wall. Almost. Alex Chalker had other ideas, scoring a rapid 97 off 55 balls but wickets kept falling and there were still nearly 12 overs unused when the innings folded, with Welwyn 28 runs adrift. Radlett leapfrogged WGC, even though they went down to Hoddesdon in a thriller. Dominic Chatfield set the early tone with 113 and a century opening partnership, alongside Tom Jenkins (43). The Welwyn innings rather fell away at the end, however, with five wickets going down within the space of 13 balls. Hoddy’s target was 237 and most of the top order contributed but Todd Sturdy (73) was the only player to pass 50. The last over arrived with only two runs required to win but nos 10 & 11 at the wicket. A single off the 4th ball ensured parity and it was left to Harry Mason to hit a boundary off the last ball to secure the 25 points. Radlett’s 11 bonus points were enough to secure 3rd place, by just one point. The other centurion in the top division was one of the elite’s most consistent performers. Will Ray with 106 helped Hertford to beat Harpenden by 79 runs, enough for a 6th place finish. The other match saw West Herts beat Reed by six wickets, with the victors moving up to 7th and the losers finishing 9th. At the top of the Championship, the two title contenders faced each other and Old Owens must have been grateful for their 22-point cushion at the start, as they went down heavily to Hemel. Their 4 bonus points were enough, however, to secure the title by a solitary point! In the match itself, Hemel’s Mukesh Bhatt, with 5-20, was destroyer in chief as Owens were bowled out for 115, losing by 112 runs. Stortford cemented 3rd place with victory over Luton by nine wickets, after Simon Lindop’s 108

five wickets for 22. Sawbridgeworth were already wearing the division 1 crown before today but there was a shake up among the teams competing for the other leading Will Ray, Hertford places. Chief beneficiaries among these were Hitchin, who beat Broxbourne by 103 runs and the two clubs swapped places, Hitchin finishing as runners-up and Broxbourne slipping to 4th. Old Albanian jumped from 6th to 3rd after beating Ickleford and Leverstock Green slipped to 5th, going down at home to Ampthill in the division’s closest match. The visitors were chasing 193 and in some trouble at 109-7 but Ronald Mlambo, batting at no. 9, scored 56* (only two boundaries, both 6s!) and they had the ‘luxury’ of five balls to spare when victory arrived in the 45th over. Only eight points separated the top three teams in 2A, with Redbourn in 1st place taking on Chorleywood who were 3rd. The leaders Conor Yorath, Josh Arnold and Dan Darvell of Redbourn, at Lord's, before the Village Cup Final


were able to defend a modest total of 209, mainly thanks to their thee mean spinners: Conor Yorath, Dan Darvell & Josh Arnold, who conceded only 89 runs off their combined 26 overs. The win gave them the title, a major part of the club’s remarkable season, covered on page 14 in this book. Two good looking matches with close finishes in this division saw Bushey chase Berkhamsted’s 248-6, winning with just two balls to spare; meanwhile Watford had only four balls left, when they passed St Albans’ 228-5. The 2nd XIs of Reed and West Herts conjured up a low scoring thriller at the top end of 3B. Thanks mainly to Pulahinnage Rodrigo, 6 for 27, Reed could muster only 90. The West Herts response was totally underwhelming, with 7 of the top 8 batsmen accumulating only 10 runs between them. Among this carnage, and with the last two batsmen failing to trouble the scorers, opener Ben Plunkett stood firm and finished 56 not out, to see his team home by one wicket. It gave his team the runners-up berth, behind Cockfosters. The battle for the 4B title is worth a mention, as the top two faced each other. Holtwhites 2nds went into the game in top spot but mustered a below par 167, a total which London Colney passed for the loss of only three wickets, to secure the title. There was a similar scenario involving the top two in 6B, where Cheshunt Rosedale II started with just a two-point advantage but held on to top spot in another low scoring epic. No batsman in the whole match could reach 20 as Cheshunt were dismissed for 89 (Chris Boyce 5-21) but that was six runs too many for Potters Bar III, who had to be satisfied with the runners-up place. Navjot Sidhu, Radlett III

No such problems in scoring runs elsewhere in 6B, with Watton piling up more than any team, 355-9; Dave Sands leading the way with 182. No titles at stake in 5A, where Frogmore met a Radlett 3rd XI containing five U15s. Frogmore were 170-6 when skipper

Navjot Sidhu came back to bowl Radlett’s 39th over. Six balls later and Frogmore were all back in the pavilion. A wicket first ball, then a boundary, followed by a hat trick, all bowled. Radlett‘s victorious reply owed much to two of the youngsters, Yash Patel and Rishi Thapar, coming together at 112-6, they built an unbroken partnership of 64, getting their team over the line with five overs to spare. Pinner’s debut season was marked by a 2nd place finish in 8A, with their final match the most memorable. Lutonians put up a chasable total of 114 but the bowlers defended that stoutly, pushing the game to the final over. With Pinner’s last pair together and needing two runs off the final delivery to win, they managed only a single and the match was tied. One rung lower, in 8B, we had the bowler of the day in Ayaz Ahmed playing for Dunstable III. He had the remarkable figures of 8-2-8-7, to destroy Leverstock III, who were 0-4 on their way to a final total of 35. That completed an unbeaten season for Dunstable, built partly on the experience of leading batsmen Rob Bonneywell, Pinner Ian Horton and Phil Lewis, plus Joe Thorne who scored his first ever hundred. They complemented a very youthful bowling attack including four u17s, with Dev Thaker the pick, taking 16 wickets at an average of 5. In 9B we had the day’s 2nd highest team score, with Gaddesden notching 335-4, based mostly on Robert Pearce’s 129 (17x4; 3x6) and James Crawley’s 95 (8x4; 8x6). Together they put on 163, to set up victory over London Colney II by 202 runs. There was another centurion in 10A, where veteran Richard Brooker hit his maiden century (104) for Northwood III and was involved in a 2nd wicket stand of 141 with youngster Trishul Patel (60). Also in 10A, a bowler who didn’t want the season to end was Pinner 2nds skipper Rob Bonneywell. Against Bamville he took 6 for 13 109


in just 25 balls, following his 5 for 9 against Harpenden 5s the previous month. In 10B the race for the title was mighty close, with a winner-takes-all match between the top two. Victory for Flamstead II gave them the title by just one point over Chorleywood III, There was nothing remarkable about the result in Regional B West, with Old Camdenians II beating Leverstock Green IV by 103 runs but what stood out was the make-up of the Leverstock team. Four brothers, the Saleems, took the field together and all four took at least one wicket. In fact all six OCs wickets had the surname Saleem against them! Kaleem Saleem (18) and brother Arslaan (19) each removed an opener, before Wasim (24) followed up with the 3rd wicket and there was still time for 14-year-old Salman to complete the historic day in style. There’s no ‘Club-of-the-year’ this season but Redbourn would have come close. Following their 1st XI’s title in 2A, and 2nd place for their 2nds in 5B, their 4ths in B West, were runners up to Wheathampstead III by one point. Antony Mauder signed off in style, with 104 in the final Redbourn innings of 294-7. Tewin might also have made a claim to that title but this was an historic day for the club, when both teams became champions. For the 1st XI, in 5A, it was a fourth top-two finish in successive seasons. Meanwhile, the 2nd XI’s title, in A East, depended the 8th wicket pair scoring three runs off the last two balls of the match, which they did. In this memorable season, the club also added to its history by fielding its first ever 3rd XI (on 22 August). That 3rd team has now been entered into the League for 2021. This review started with Richard White (below) making news and it finishes with him as well. The Sawbridgeworth 1st XI scorer, also the orignator of this season review, reached a remarkable milestone today, having scored in 600 consecutive league games. He must have feared he wouldn’t get there this season, but thankfully cricket’s 110

lockdown was eventually lifted. Richard’s relief was shared by all of us who were so happy to be able to enjoy some competitive cricket in the true tradition of the Saracens Herts League.

Leading Players Even in a truncated season, the cream rises to the top when it comes to individual talent and performances. It’s just the numbers which might stand further scrutiny, this year. When a batsman only plays 6 or 7 innings and maybe has a couple of not outs, his average will look pretty good. Bowlers are less affected but I notice that only a handful bowled more than 60 overs all season. They wouldn’t have been very tired by Nick Ross, Flamstead's leading the end. Back batsman, in 4B. Photo - Philip Brown in the day, before overs restrictions, I might have reached that figure in around three matches, trundling in from the golf range end at Watford Town! One other consequence of this strange season is that several divisions didn’t have anyone who reached the minimum qualifying level; a problem compounded by the fact that around only half of the clubs submitted their averages. Starting at the top, two Premier batsmen averaged more than 70 for the season. They were Simon Webster (Totteridge) 368 runs at 73.6 and Rob Walters of Hoddesdon, with 280 runs at 70. Simon was also the division’s top run-scorer. Leading the way among the bowlers were Jack Tidey (pictured opposite) of newly promoted Reed, who took 11 wickets at 10.91 each, fractionally ahead of Radlett’s Josh De Caires, 17 at 10.94. Josh may lay claim to being the League’s top all-rounder, however, as he also scored 163 runs at 27.17, thus taking the crown from team-mate Kabir Toor, who only played four matches this season and didn’t qualify for the averages. James Leather of Hertford may


want to challenge Josh for that crown, having taken 21 wickets (the highest by any bowler in the top flight) but at an average which put him below Josh, whereas his batting average of 29.83 was slightly better. Also in the frame would be Mohammed Rizvi (WGC) 197 runs at 32.83 and 16 wickets at 19.69.

an average of 10, which was slightly better than oldtimer Nick Hodgins of Hemel, who spun out 16 at 10.5.

For the highest runscorer in the whole league, we had to turn to division one and Sawbo’s Vibhor Yadav with 460 (at 57.50). The final honours boards for Herts, courtesy of play-cricket.com. He was ahead of These cover all matches reported on the play-cricket web site, Chris Munroe, the not just Herts League matches. Aldenham stalwart, who scored 422 runs in 8A. It was interesting to see that Potters Bar’s title was achieved on strength in depth, rather Back in div. 1, Vibhor’s team-mate Joe Holland than outstanding individuals. They had five topped the chart for that division with 261 batsmen and three bowlers who qualified for runs at an impressive average of 87. Vibhor the tables but none finished in the top three also made the top three bowlers in div. one, performers. having taken 16 wickets, but the top two both Not shown in the tables are the leading wicket came from Leverstock Green, Majid Khan keepers. Finishing top of the pile was Radlett’s (11 wickets at 8.82) and Sol Tomlinson (10 at Tom Jenkins, who pouched 10 catches 11.70). and nearly as many stumpings - 8. Not far behind was Ashane Wijesuriya of Potters Bar (10c; 3st.) and Benjamin Cowell, Hertford (10c; 2st.).

In the Championship, the only batsman to average more than 70 was Maxford Pipe of Letchworth, who scored 295 at 73.75. He didn’t boast the highest aggregate, Jack Tidey, Reed however. That honour went to Stortford’s Adam Bassingthwaighte who amassed 348 runs. Among the Championship’s bowlers, two men in particular fought it out for top spot. Rhys Carter from Old Owens took 20 wickets at

Looking for stand-out performances elsewhere, I have already highlighted Aldenham’s Chris Munroe’s run-scoring feat and it’s worth adding that his batting average reached an amazing 140.67. These were scored in six innings, with three not-outs. Others who finished with near-Bradmanesque averages were Charlie Mack (Redbourn) 368 runs at 92 in 2A; Kamber Hussain (Rickmansworth) 392 at 98 in 4A; and David Kiddie (Watton) 355 at 118.33 in 6B. Several bowlers returned mean averages, with the meanest of the mean being Rob Bonneywell (Pinner II in 10A) whose 15 wickets cost just 5.53 runs each and Navaid Akhtar (Old Elizabethans in 2B) who took 16 at 6.38. The bowler with the biggest haul was Sam Barker of Cockfosters, who took 22 (at 7.77 each). Richard Bayliss 111


Player Averages 2020 ECB Premier Division Batting Team Simon Webster Totteridge Millhillians Rob Walters Hoddesdon Dominic Chatfield Radlett Rishi Patel Potters Bar Mitchell Cooper Reed Miguel Machado Potters Bar Simon Walker West Herts Alex Chalker Welwyn Garden City Owais Shah Welwyn Garden City Andrew Neal Harpenden Jayden Broodryk Hoddesdon Louis Champion Welwyn Garden City William Ray Hertford Jonathan Miles Totteridge Millhillians Patrick Scott Potters Bar Steve Gale Potters Bar Benjamin Cowell Hertford Mohammed Rizvi Welwyn Garden City Scott Galloway Harpenden Fraser Crawford Radlett Reece Hussain Potters Bar Hamza Ahmed North Mymms William Heslam Reed James Latham Harpenden Todd Sturdy Hoddesdon James Leather Hertford Ben Howgego Totteridge Millhillians Alan Jones Hertford Christopher Arul Radlett Steve Selwood Totteridge Millhillians Josh De Caires Radlett Daniel Blacktopp Welwyn Garden City Shaun O'Brien Totteridge Millhillians Arjun Patel West Herts

Inns NO Runs HS 6 1 368 95 * 7 3 280 125* 6 0 308 127 6 1 249 108* 6 1 244 53 5 1 193 105 9 2 322 95* 5 0 230 97 8 1 321 138 6 0 257 69 7 1 253 89* 6 1 200 83 8 1 277 106* 8 1 273 82 8 1 247 108* 7 0 238 68 8 2 202 54* 8 2 197 64 7 1 196 42 7 0 227 71 9 1 259 64 7 0 225 80 6 0 191 111 8 1 218 77 6 0 182 73 7 1 179 51 7 0 196 61 6 0 167 67 7 1 165 56 7 1 165 58* 6 0 163 38 8 2 162 45 7 0 185 39 9 0 197 44

Ave. 73.60 70.00 51.33 49.80 48.80 48.25 46.00 46.00 45.86 42.83 42.17 40.00 39.57 39.00 35.29 34.00 33.67 32.83 32.67 32.43 32.38 32.14 31.83 31.14 30.33 29.83 28.00 27.83 27.50 27.50 27.17 27.00 26.43 21.89

Bowling Team Jack Tidey Reed Josh De Caires Radlett James Leather Hertford Anthony Hill Radlett Ben Lederman Totteridge Millhillians Luke Chapman Potters Bar Jigar Mehta Potters Bar Noah Cornwell Radlett Rhys Wynne North Mymms Connor Emerton Welwyn Garden City Teddy Duke Potters Bar Sam Smith Totteridge Millhillians Jamie Stevens Hoddesdon Mohammed Rizvi Welwyn Garden City Iresh Saxena Totteridge Millhillians Bill Gage West Herts Toby Fynn Reed Randeep Sanghera Radlett

Overs M Runs Wkts 41.3 7 120 11 46.1 3 186 17 52 4 261 21 63.3 7 235 16 43.1 2 232 15 72 13 283 18 72.2 5 305 19 47.3 3 179 11 49 5 223 13 41.5 0 191 11 57 4 274 15 49 3 221 12 65 6 271 14 50.1 1 315 16 61.2 11 228 11 51 5 245 11 56 3 249 10 67 3 336 11

Ave. 10.91 10.94 12.43 14.69 15.47 15.72 16.05 16.27 17.15 17.36 18.27 18.42 19.36 19.69 20.73 22.27 24.90 30.55

Championship Batting Team Inns NO Runs HS Ave. Maxford Pipe Letchworth Garden City 8 4 295 108 * 73.75 Adam Bassingthwaighte Bishop's Stortford 8 3 348 109 * 69.60 Ralph Lane Old Owens 6 3 199 58 66.33 Brett Penny Hemel Hempstead Town 7 1 332 78 55.33 Devender Singh Luton Town & Indians 6 0 259 109 43.17 Tim Graham Letchworth Garden City 7 0 295 73 42.14 Hemish Ilangaratne Hemel Hempstead Town 7 1 248 87 * 41.33 Danny Walker Langleybury 7 1 230 71 38.33 James Bromhall Dunstable Town 7 1 225 54 * 37.50 Matthew Plater Old Owens 6 0 214 72 35.67 Joe Burslem Bishop's Stortford 6 1 178 47 35.60 Rhys Carter Old Owens 6 1 175 76 35.00 William Aitkenhead Letchworth Garden City 8 1 229 82 * 32.71 Sajjad Homyoon Luton Town & Indians 5 0 163 67 32.60 Ryan Wells Bishop's Stortford 8 1 221 65 31.57 Will Thomson Shenley Village 8 0 238 88 29.75 Harry Thurstance Flitwick 7 0 202 71 28.86 David Powles Flitwick 6 0 165 62 27.50 Tommy Burslem Bishop's Stortford 6 0 164 43 27.33

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Bowling Rhys Carter Nick Hodgins Brett Penny Simon Lindop David Powles Parth Mehta Praveen Bhatti Maxford Pipe Khalid Manzoor Matt Pike Max Anderson Brad Lane Mukesh Bhatt Christopher Hall Peter Murrell

Team Overs Old Owens 50.1 Hemel Hempstead Town 36.1 Hemel Hempstead Town 39.1 Bishop's Stortford 61.3 Flitwick 61 Hemel Hempstead Town 65.1 Letchworth Garden City 36.2 Letchworth Garden City 59.3 Langleybury 54 Bishop's Stortford 49 Preston 54.5 Old Owens 41.2 Hemel Hempstead Town 70 Bishop's Stortford 55.4 Preston 61

M Runs Wkts 7 200 20 2 168 16 2 187 14 10 215 16 8 192 14 13 180 13 4 139 10 7 170 12 11 185 11 9 169 10 8 187 11 2 223 13 15 236 13 5 276 14 6 257 13

Ave. 10.00 10.50 13.36 13.44 13.71 13.85 13.90 14.17 16.82 16.90 17.00 17.15 18.15 19.71 19.77

Division One Batting J M Holland H Hoq V Yadav S Waqas K Nizami G Garnsworthy T Hussain N Robinson J Wilkes-Green G Davies G Dissanayake C Willis S Chandarana

Team Sawbridgeworth Broxbourne Sawbridgeworth Hitchin Hitchin Holtwhites Trinibis Sawbridgeworth Broxbourne Holtwhites Trinibis Broxbourne Broxbourne Broxbourne Hitchin

Bowling M Khan S Tomlinson V Yadav J Gage S Khan G M Kenny S Khalid D Littlejohn M P Billings H Kashmiri

Team Leverstock Green Leverstock Green Sawbridgeworth Ampthill Town Holtwhites Trinibis Sawbridgeworth Hitchin Leverstock Green Sawbridgeworth Holtwhites Trinibis

Inns NO Runs 6 3 261 4 1 184 8 0 460 7 1 246 7 1 244 6 1 172 8 0 264 8 2 196 7 0 223 5 0 154 8 0 241 7 1 180 7 1 168

HS 117* 93 115 98 57* 52 103 62* 71 79 77 70 50

Ave. 87.00 61.33 57.50 41.00 40.67 34.40 33.00 32.67 31.86 30.80 30.13 30.00 28.00

Overs M Runs Wkts 40.4 11 97 11 26.2 1 117 10 45.3 2 197 16 56 8 215 16 55 5 238 15 40.4 3 178 11 61.3 13 238 14 50 3 204 11 51 5 297 14 56 3 253 11

Ave. 8.82 11.70 12.31 13.44 15.87 16.18 17.00 18.55 21.21 23.00

Division Two A Batting C Mack E Lye W Hales A Gofton M Parkins A Dunning T Smithson R Toms G Preedy J Regan M Anil L Frey A Abbasi J Chapman S Hamilton E Hales N Ilyas S Adcock

Team Redbourn Chorleywood Redbourn Berkhamsted Abbots Langley Chorleywood Chorleywood Chorleywood Berkhamsted St Albans Stevenage Berkhamsted Bushey Stevenage Abbots Langley Redbourn Bushey Abbots Langley

Inns NO Runs HS 6 2 368 81 5 2 261 174* 7 1 302 105 7 1 289 109* 8 0 337 77 5 1 158 55 7 0 252 108 5 0 172 67 5 0 166 77 5 0 158 72 6 1 151 60* 7 0 197 49 7 0 191 72 6 0 158 72 7 0 176 56 7 0 175 75 8 0 190 71 8 0 158 53

Ave. 92.00 87.00 50.33 48.17 42.13 39.50 36.00 34.40 33.20 31.60 30.20 28.14 27.29 26.33 25.14 25.00 23.75 19.75

Bowling N Gurney M Asif J Smithson C Yorath B Finch O Anwar S Richards A Dunning R Evans M Philpotts Jamie Regan J Bell S Kumar

Team Abbots Langley Bushey Chorleywood Redbourn Abbots Langley Bushey Redbourn Chorleywood Chorleywood Stevenage St Albans Berkhamsted St Albans

Overs M Runs Wkts 39 5 146 13 58 12 187 16 38.3 1 191 15 45.3 4 170 13 43 3 151 11 31 0 163 11 19.2 0 154 10 49.1 5 197 12 47.1 14 172 10 38.3 0 207 12 41.1 6 184 10 63.4 7 231 12 53 1 265 10

Ave. 11.23 11.69 12.73 13.08 13.73 14.82 15.40 16.42 17.20 17.25 18.40 19.25 26.50


DivisionTwo B

Batting Team Inns NO Runs HS M Chandler Hertford II 4 1 219 118 G Pavey Hertford II 3 0 187 82 J Michelin Old Elizabethans 7 2 228 70* G Liveing Northchurch 4 0 179 80 S J Davies Flitwick II 6 0 234 76 N Raveenthiraraja Northwood 6 1 194 105 S Gomes Old Elizabethans 7 0 261 73 M Hill Welwyn Garden City II 5 0 180 64 D Goring Old Elizabethans 5 0 162 80 D Parker Welwyn Garden City II 6 0 155 45 P Lynch Welwyn Garden City II 7 0 166 43 Bowling Team Overs M Runs Wkts N Akhtar Old Elizabethans 49 14 102 16 N Raveenthiraraja Northwood 29.3 5 97 11 S Ganesh Northwood 42.3 3 155 12 A Qamar Flitwick II 35 2 131 10 R Carpenter Radlett II 46 12 156 11 C Busby Old Elizabethans 55 6 195 12 J Kenny Northwood 41 5 191 11 N Osborn Hertford II 43 1 213 12

Division Three A

Batting Team Inns NO Runs HS T Vits Datchworth 7 3 230 59* N Sprittles Letchworth Garden City II 5 0 220 90 S Chahal Letchworth Garden City II 7 1 255 63 D Albon Letchworth Garden City II 7 3 162 37 P Honor North Enfield 5 0 170 53 S Gregory Datchworth 6 0 186 95 Waheed Choudhary West Herts II 6 0 182 84 Bowling Team Overs M Runs Wkts M Ebrahim North Enfield 44.2 9 119 10 H Wilcox West Herts II 37 1 153 11 T Braithwaite Datchworth 51 2 211 13 M Constable Datchworth 56.4 3 187 10 D Albon Letchworth Garden City II 60.3 4 267 14

Ave. 73.00 62.33 45.60 44.75 39.00 38.80 37.29 36.00 32.40 25.83 23.71 Ave. 6.38 8.82 12.92 13.10 14.18 16.25 17.36 17.75

Ave. 57.50 44.00 42.50 40.50 34.00 31.00 30.33 Ave. 11.90 13.91 16.23 18.70 19.07

Division Three B Batting J Brooking R S Ketteridge Matt Stead S Barker W Langley A Robbins C Holmes N Morgan S Ledger

Team Inns NO Runs Bayford & Hertford 5 1 266 Bayford & Hertford 7 1 281 Cockfosters 7 3 186 Cockfosters 8 1 308 Hemel Hempstead Town II 7 0 308 Wheathampstead 7 0 285 Cockfosters 7 1 234 Hemel Hempstead Town II 6 0 201 Wheathampstead 5 0 165

HS 89 99* 52 * 116 93 119 71* 100 68

Ave. 66.50 46.83 46.50 44.00 44.00 40.71 39.00 33.50 33.00

Bowling S Barker S Booth T Hutton M E S Tomkins Dinesh DeZoya J Stead

Team Cockfosters Wheathampstead Cockfosters Bayford & Hertford Cockfosters Cockfosters

Overs M Runs Wkts 61.5 12 171 22 32 3 140 12 63.1 6 219 17 58.3 10 197 12 54 2 190 11 56.3 4 200 11

Ave. 7.77 11.67 12.88 16.42 17.27 18.18

Division Four A Batting K Hussain Tejash Depala S Modi V Vadgama J Gaffney Himansu Depala M Shehabi T Hussain

Team Rickmansworth Old Finchleians Northwood Town Northwood Town Bishop's Stortford II Old Finchleians Rickmansworth Rickmansworth

Bowling V Vadgama C Latif F Ahmed C Hazarika S Singh H Brannan H Mehta J Bigley S Robinson J Mathew J Daly K Patel

Team Northwood Town Rickmansworth Rickmansworth Watford Town II Watford Town II Old Haberdashers Old Haberdashers Hatfield & Crusaders Bishop's Stortford II Leverstock Green II Northwood Town Northwood Town

Inns NO Runs HS Ave. 4 0 392 164 98.00 8 4 334 90 83.50 6 1 329 119 65.80 8 2 347 93 57.83 4 0 210 100 52.50 8 1 288 92 41.14 7 0 224 80 32.00 6 1 152 87 30.40 Overs M Runs Wkts 40.3 7 140 20 58.4 8 176 21 33 9 94 10 46 14 114 12 41.4 8 127 13 48 6 134 11 55.5 10 179 14 52.5 6 212 15 43 2 169 11 57 6 197 11 59 5 241 12 58.3 5 245 11

Ave. 7.00 8.38 9.40 9.50 9.77 12.18 12.79 14.13 15.36 17.91 20.08 22.27

Division Four B Batting R Zeiderman T Liversidge V Paul E Rogers W Bradfield S Hadley T Fretter C Frame J Rose N Derrick T Porter L Frame C Maylin N Ross

Team London Colney Stevenage II Shenley Village II Chorleywood II Ampthill Town II London Colney London Colney London Colney Chorleywood II Stevenage II Hitchin II London Colney Hitchin II Flamstead

Bowling J Smith J Bonner D Moore S Fretter C Richards P Burke L Frame C Frame L Turner

Team Shenley Village II Holtwhites Trinibis II Hitchin II London Colney Stevenage II Flamstead London Colney London Colney Holtwhites Trinibis II

Inns NO Runs HS Ave. 6 2 236 63 59.00 4 0 208 59 52.00 6 2 192 74 48.00 6 1 206 75 41.20 5 1 161 71* 40.25 7 3 159 61 39.75 6 1 188 87 37.60 7 0 255 54 36.43 5 0 150 59 30.00 6 0 176 100 29.33 7 0 199 72 28.43 7 0 194 54 27.71 8 1 181 41 25.86 6 0 154 74 25.67 Overs 54 62 50.4 60 37 37.1 43.2 51.5 57

M Runs Wkts 11 136 15 11 195 18 11 154 14 7 198 15 3 193 11 1 181 10 3 182 10 11 201 11 2 268 10

Ave. 9.07 10.83 11.00 13.20 17.55 18.10 18.20 18.27 26.80

Division Five A Batting Team J Brunel Tewin A Portas Tewin J Massey Frogmore R Brown Ickleford II T Christie Frogmore B Wickramasinghe Radlett III Bowling R O'Toole I Hurst W Pickworth L Wilde N Sidhu S Crouch S Hayward

Team St Albans II Frogmore Tewin Tewin Radlett III Ickleford II Tewin

Inns NO Runs 6 2 238 6 2 215 7 1 312 7 1 210 7 1 203 7 0 195

HS 69 88 * 94 96 59 50

Ave. 59.50 53.75 52.00 35.00 33.83 27.86

Overs M Runs Wkts 31.3 4 100 14 37.4 4 149 16 45.2 7 137 14 41.5 8 139 13 42.5 8 141 13 36 3 186 13 41.5 4 166 11

Ave. 7.14 9.31 9.79 10.69 10.85 14.31 15.09

Division Five B Batting A O'Sullivan A D Syed K Gill Reheem Sohail

Team Broxbourne II Sawbridgeworth II Broxbourne II Sawbridgeworth II

Inns NO Runs HS Ave. 7 2 283 79 56.60 5 1 163 115* 40.75 6 0 219 90 36.50 5 0 169 57 33.80

Bowling No player qualified

Division Six A Batting DJ Chrispin C Hughes T Chambers M Denman P Gooden N Hussey

Team Inns NO Runs HS Ave. Berkhamsted II 4 1 154 72 51.33 Letchworth Garden City III 5 1 202 65 50.50 Preston II 4 0 165 76 41.25 Letchworth Garden City III 5 1 154 79* 38.50 Preston II 6 0 165 68 27.50 Northwood II 8 0 169 83 21.13

Bowling S Browne I Hussain M Waters L Mason O Gallimore T Dean A Catlin A Gallimore

Team Overs Radlett IV 24.1 Bushey II 53 Preston II 60 Berkhamsted II 63.4 Preston II 60 Letchworth Garden City III 54.4 Preston II 52.6 Preston II 53.3

M Runs Wkts 5 93 11 12 119 13 13 154 14 6 206 17 11 160 12 9 182 12 1 224 14 7 202 12

Ave. 8.45 9.15 11.00 12.12 13.33 15.17 16.00 16.83

Division Six B Batting D Kiddie D Sands H Blackwell A A Shah

Team Watton-at-Stone Watton-at-Stone Rickmansworth II Rickmansworth II

Inns NO Runs HS Ave. 6 3 355 103* 118.33 4 0 312 182 78.00 8 2 164 79 27.33 8 1 163 50 23.29

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Division Six B

Division Nine B

(cont'd)

Bowling A A Shah H Blackwell J Wing J Knowles A Rueth B Williams

Team Rickmansworth II Rickmansworth II Watton-at-Stone Watton-at-Stone Abbots Langley II Watton-at-Stone

Overs M Runs Wkts 47 6 146 18 42.3 6 127 13 22.4 1 139 13 19 5 117 10 30 2 149 12 51 12 216 14

Ave. 8.11 9.77 10.69 11.70 12.42 15.43

Batting K Harris I Anjum C R A Marchant K Verma J Halai D Gairola L Mullen B Christensen J Singh P Garikipati Bowling N Paropkari Alex Callan D Stanley L Hollett S Syed I Anjum P Patel G Hill S Malik

Team Botany Bay Northwood Town II Botany Bay Northwood Town II Northwood Town II Northwood Town II Botany Bay Old Owens II Stevenage III Stevenage III Team Old Owens II Cockfosters II Botany Bay Old Owens II Northwood Town II Northwood Town II Northwood Town II Botany Bay Northwood Town II

Inns NO Runs HS 5 2 262 136* 8 4 256 68* 7 3 236 55 4 1 160 71 5 0 203 80 9 0 252 83 6 0 164 44 7 1 160 85 6 0 158 52 7 0 162 67 Overs M Runs Wkts 40 6 115 13 51 12 149 14 34 4 134 12 52.3 9 177 13 35 3 170 10 42.2 3 209 12 47.1 5 182 10 57.2 11 214 10 54.3 7 268 11

Ave. 87.33 64.00 59.00 53.33 40.60 28.00 27.33 26.67 26.33 23.14 Ave. 8.85 10.64 11.17 13.62 17.00 17.42 18.20 21.40 24.36

Batting W Cunningham J Lacey W Barrie A Elliott M Premji

Team Hatch End Harpenden Dolphins Shenley Village III Shenley Village III Northampton Exiles II

Inns NO Runs HS 5 1 278 101* 5 1 237 128* 7 2 246 82 6 0 180 77 6 156 49

Ave. 69.50 59.25 49.20 30.00 26.00

Bowling A Elliott S Mani H Davies A Driscoll M Shah K Wood C Woodcock T Roche

Team Shenley Village III Hatch End Hatch End Harpenden Dolphins Northampton Exiles II Shenley Village III Shenley Village III Harpenden Dolphins

Overs M Runs Wkts 37.2 3 124 19 41.1 12 133 16 34.2 8 110 13 39 8 140 16 23 3 101 10 55.4 4 161 13 43 8 153 10 50 3 257 11

Ave. 6.53 8.31 8.46 8.75 10.10 12.38 15.30 23.36

Division Seven A

Division Seven B

Division Eight A Batting Team Chris Munroe Aldenham J Baker Pinner K Barot Aldenham H Ramachandran Pinner R Dharwan Pinner Bowling F Hoh R Kayani D Langan T Hale N Lawrence

Team Pinner Wheathampstead II Pinner Aldenham Pinner

Batting L Weston

Team Leverstock Green III

Division Eight B

Inns NO Runs HS Ave. 6 3 422 132* 140.67 6 1 226 113 45.20 5 1 179 65 44.75 7 1 179 62 29.83 8 1 173 65 24.71 Overs M Runs Wkts 46 5 143 14 32.4 4 124 12 46.1 11 128 11 40 7 143 10 49.5 6 192 13

Inns NO Runs 3 0 153

Ave. 10.21 10.33 11.64 14.30 14.77

HS Ave. 85 51.00

Bowling - No players qualified

Division Nine A Batting A Turbutt S Gwinnett G Clarke M Burson

Team Inns NO Runs HS Hemel Hempstead Town IV 6 1 203 80 Hitchin III 6 1 202 100* Hemel Hempstead Town IV 7 1 221 54 Hatfield Hyde II 6 0 157 66

Ave. 40.60 40.40 36.83 26.17

Bowling Z Bashir D Malleson K Sembian J Hodgins

Team Overs M Runs Wkts Welwyn Garden City IV 26.1 5 85 11 Southgate Compton 61 12 149 14 Southgate Compton 44 5 158 13 Hemel Hempstead Town IV 32 3 172 11

Ave. 7.73 10.64 12.15 15.64

Regional Division A West and Regional C East: No players qualified

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Batting B G Wilson J Crawley J Skirrow P Chakraborty U Bukhari J F Slater AJ Henry J Mankani Bowling G Hutchinson A Mehta D Benham A Birdseye

Team Bayford & Hertford II Great Gaddesden Preston III Preston III Great Gaddesden Bayford & Hertford II Great Gaddesden Stevenage IV Team Great Gaddesden Bushey III Hertford IV Great Gaddesden

Inns NO Runs HS 6 2 345 121 5 0 292 110 6 2 204 73 6 1 185 46* 7 2 173 54 5 0 150 64 6 0 156 63 8 1 154 86* Overs M Runs Wkts 44.4 5 155 15 30 1 147 13 46 6 137 11 46 11 163 12

Ave. 86.25 58.40 51.00 37.00 34.60 30.00 26.00 22.00 Ave. 10.33 11.31 12.45 13.58

Batting Team A Ramzan Bamville R Brooker Northwood III A Usman Rickmansworth III R Sehgal Old Haberdashers II T Gibbs Holtwhites Trinibis III K Farooq Bamville R Mackey Northwood III Bowling Team R Bonneywell Pinner II D Fabray Old Haberdashers II K Rana Northwood III L Desai Rickmansworth III Y Khan Rickmansworth III S Cragwell Holtwhites Trinibis III C Watson-Humphrey Rickmansworth III

Inns NO Runs HS 4 1 211 126 6 1 312 104 7 3 228 45 7 1 303 140 5 1 165 109 7 1 169 68 7 0 193 52 Overs M Runs Wkts 31.5 10 83 15 29 5 72 10 41 8 108 10 43 2 145 11 43 5 157 10 57 5 252 12 42 1 267 12

Ave. 70.33 62.40 57.00 50.50 41.25 28.17 27.57 Ave. 5.53 7.20 10.80 13.18 15.70 21.00 22.25

Batting S Ahmed M Tyler A Stothart B Davies S Rodrigo C Tennant Bowling B De Alwis B Davies M Davies N Biggs A MacMurdie

Team Flamstead II Chorleywood III Chorleywood III Chorleywood III Flamstead II Preston IV Team Flamstead II Chorleywood III Chorleywood III Preston IV North Enfield II

Inns NO Runs HS 8 2 277 80 9 0 414 82 8 2 231 62* 8 2 209 82 7 1 159 66 7 0 175 66 Overs M Runs Wkts 40.1 12 127 18 32.2 10 89 11 54.4 6 155 17 40 3 178 11 67 10 206 11

Ave. 46.17 46.00 38.50 34.83 26.50 25.00 Ave. 7.06 8.09 9.12 16.18 18.73

Batting M Nash M Tipper D Taylor D Gibbs Bowling R Tukapua J Tumbridge J Crutchett N Webb A Beaton

Team Datchworth III Tewin II Tewin II Hitchin IV Team Tewin II Broxbourne III Tewin II Ickleford III Hitchin IV

Inns NO Runs HS 4 0 258 131 8 2 326 74 7 3 189 62 6 1 163 67 Overs M Runs Wkts 16 7 52 10 40 5 117 10 46.1 7 185 15 46 7 125 10 46.2 9 138 11

Ave. 64.50 54.33 47.25 32.60 Ave. 5.20 11.70 12.33 12.50 12.55

Batting S Gaeton R T Lavu Bowling R Achillini K Lambert Snr R T Lavu

Team Inns NO Runs HS Old Owens III 4 1 152 60 Hatfield & Crusaders III 5 0 169 69 Team Overs M Runs Wkts Old Owens III 28 8 58 10 Stevenage VI 40 6 119 14 Hatfield & Crusaders III 29 2 87 10

Ave. 50.67 33.80 Ave. 5.80 8.50 8.70

Batting A Mauder N Abeysekera Bowling S Sharma K Gordhandas

Team Redbourn IV Wheathampstead III Team Hatch End II Northwood Town III

Inns NO Runs HS 6 1 280 104 4 0 155 53 Overs M Runs Wkts 31 5 94 11 37 3 119 11

Ave. 56.00 38.75 Ave. 8.55 10.82

Batting J Lyons Bowling M Rose

Team Chorleywood IV Team Chorleywood IV

Inns NO Runs HS Ave. 7 2 187 49* 37.40 Overs M Runs Wkts Ave. 41.1 11 93 10 9.30

Division Ten A

Division Ten B

Regional Division A East

Regional Division B East

Regional Division B West

Regional Division C West


Statistics and League Records Batting & bowling 1994-2020 Principal players 2000-2020 President's trophy John Barker Cup League officers 1994-2020 Highs and Lows Premier Play-Off Finals Herts League winners League winners 2000-2014 League winners 1974-1999 Herts Competition 1968-1993 League knockout records League history timeline

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Best Batting & Bowling Performances 1994-2020

Most Runs In A Season Runs Player 1453 A. Christian 1181 R. J. Nicol 1144 G Thurstance 1137 A. Christian 1108 E. Ballard 1089 B. Clements 1076 T Allum 1075 O Shah 1073 S. Stevens 1063 S. March 1060 L. Thomson-Mathews 1060 J Vilgeon 1060 B Howgego 1053 S. Gale

Double Hundreds

Score Player 229 C Pond 218* D.Ward 216* Z Roy 215 JS Wailes 212* T Smith 208* J. A. Freedman 207* E Ballard 207 B. Pilay 203* G. Flint 203* J. Heslam 203* BG Wilson 201* G. Hamid 201* A. Christian 201* R. J. Nicol 201* N. Shah 201* Faizal Patel 201* P Lewis 200* M. Turner 200 N. Reardon

Team Old Haberdashers Hitchin Flitwick Old Haberdashers Bishop's Stortford Harpenden Little Berkhamsted Sahibs Welwyn Garden City Potton Town Wormley Northchurch Northchurch II Totteridge Millhillians Hertford

Division Five One Championship Five Premier Premier Eight A Premier Four Three Two Seven Premier Premier

Season 2009 2009 2015 2010 2016 2016 2015 2018 2013 2004 2013 2014 2018 2016

Match Letchworth Garden City V v Reed IV Eversholt II v Abbots Langley II Old Camdenians v Chipperfield Clarendon II Bayford & Hertford II v Datchworth III Totteridge Millhillians II v Watford Town Old Albanian v Kings Langley Bishop's Stortford v Welwyn Garden City Old Centralians v Rickmansworth III Hoddesdon II v. Hatfield Reed v Chorleywood Bayford & Hertford II v Datchworth III Old Centralians v Berkhamsted Old Haberdashers v. Hertingfordbury Hitchin v. Knebworth Park Mill Hill Village v. Little B. Sahibs North Enfield II v Bushey II Dunstable III v Rickmansworth II Ickleford v Old Cholmeleians Knebworth Park II v. Northwood

Division Regional B East Six B Seven A Ten A Two A Two Premier Six Two Two Ten A Five Five One Nine Six B Seven B Three (1st XI) Two

Date 11/06/2016 06/05/2017 30/06/2018 23/06/2018 19/05/2018 25/08/2001 18/06/2016 23/05/1998 02/06/2001 05/08/2006 23/06/2018 03/07/1999 08/09/2007 11/07/2009 09/07/2011 12/05/2018 23/06/2018 10/05/1997 09/08/2003

Division One Four Eight One Four Two Two Four Nine Two Three

Season 2003 2006 2001 2002 2008 2014 2005 2003 2003 2004 2009

Division Premier Two Nine One (1st XI) Six Three (1st XI) Five Two (2nd XI) Twelve Five Premier (1st XI) Three (2nd XI) Eleven Five Nine Six

Date 20/06/2015 16/09/2000 26/07/2008 15/05/1999 23/06/2012 15/05/1999 06/08/2011 26/08/1995 10/07/2010 26/08/2000 25/07/1998 31/05/1997 22/07/2006 03/09/2011 09/05/2009 09/08/2003

Most Wickets In A Season Wickets Player 81 D. P. Duggan 79 M. R. Sazenis 78 T. A. Savanhu 77 C. F. Hopper 77 D. McMillan 77 D James 76 M. Waters 75 I. R. Brown 74 T. Head 72 B. Klosterman 72 W. Roberts

Team North Mymms Chipperfield Wormley II Sawbridgeworth Clarendon Northchurch Preston Stevenage II Northchurch II Leverstock Green Shenley Village

10 Wickets in an Innings Figures Player 10-17 S. Walter 10-18 J. Griffin 10-20 J. Timothy 10-26 M. G. Bruce 10-27 P. Tidey 10-30 R. Davenport 10-31 J. McNally 10-38 C. Low 10-38 K. Jayanathan 10-42 R. Garrett 10-43 P. J. O’Reilly 10-46 R. Masters 10-49 S. Clarke 10-50 B. Klosterman 10-51 D. Milesi 10-56 M. Evans 116

Match Welwyn Garden City v Hemel Hempstead Town Berkhamsted v Hoddesdon II Bentley Heath v Langleybury III Old Albanian v Chorleywood Reed II v Radlett III Old Cholmeleians v Northchurch Ware v. Old Cholmeleians Old Millhillians II v. Northampton Exiles II Stevenage IV v. Hatfield Crusaders III Harpenden II v. St Margaretsbury II Langleybury v Knebworth Park Southgate Compton v. Elstree Met Police (Bushey) II v. Sawbridgeworth IV Leverstock Green II v. Datchworth Broxbourne III v. Monken Hadley Radlett IV v. Letchworth III


Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Principal Players 2000-2020

These records show the leading performances in all divisions, within the space limitations of this handbook. For the full list, visit the onlne version at: https://issuu.com/hertsleague/docs/performances

Premier Division (2000-2001) Most Runs In A Season 811 768 669 642 585 583 577 571 566 564

F. Herbst (Hoddesdon) M. D. Saxby (North Mymms) C. N. Cavener (Hertford) S. J. Lowe (Langleybury) S. Adelaine (Hoddesdon) R. Austin (Stevenage) R. M. Carter (Hertford) W. Dugmore (Hoddesdon) P. J. Caley (St. Albans) M. E. Smith (West Herts)

2000 2000 2001 2000 2000 2000 2001 2001 2000 2000

545 543 539 538 528 528 525 520 513 503

N.D. Hughes (Hoddesdon) S. Adelaine (Hoddesdon) N. J. Ilott (Langleybury) J. G. J. Selby (Bishop’s Stortford) M. A. Foster (West Herts) S. March (Hoddesdon) S. March (Hoddesdon) D. S. Whittingham (Bishop’s Stortford) M. Barham (Letchworth) S. D. Fan (West Herts)

Highest Individual Scores 150 134 127 126* 119 118 116 115 114 113* 111* 111 109 108* 108 107* 107 106

C. E. Sketchley W. Dugmore M. D. Dale S. Adelaine F. Herbst R. M. Carter S. March A. Khan S. J. Lowe P. A. P. Driver P. J. Caley S. Adelaine S. Adelaine S. Adelaine B. J. Debenham C. N. Cavener M. D. Dale F. Herbst

Watford v. Hertford (Balls Park) Hoddesdon v. Hertford (Lowfield) Hemel Hempstead v. Welwyn Garden City (Digswell Park) Hoddesdon v. Hertford (Balls Park) Hoddesdon v. North Mymms (Lowfield) Hertford v. St. Albans (Balls Park) Hoddesdon v. Cockfosters (Chalk Lane) Langleybury v. Cockfosters (Hunton Bridge) Langleybury v. Hemel Hempstead (Heath Park) Welwyn Garden City v. Langleybury (Hunton Bridge) St. Albans v. Hemel Hempstead (Clarence Park) Hoddesdon v. Langleybury (Lowfield) Hoddesdon v. North Mymms (Lowfield) Hoddesdon v. Watford (Woodside) Bishop’s Stortford v. Stevenage (Ditchmore Lane) Hertford v. Bishop’s Stortford (Balls Park) Hemel Hempstead v. West Herts (Heath Park) Hoddesdon v. Langleybury (Lowfield)

Most Wickets In A Season 64 64 49 47 44 44 44

M. Hussain (Stevenage) A. Newland (Letchworth) M. D. Saxby (North Mymms) D. S. Whittingham (Bishop’s Stortford) D. P. Duggan (North Mymms) J. G. J. Selby (Bishop’s Stortford) B. J. Frazer (Hertford)

Best Bowling Performances 8-29 7-15 7-22 7-29 7-32 7-38 7-45 7-56 7-65 7-75 7-83 7-86 6- 7

A.R. Garofall M. Hussain M. V. Brown D. S. Whittingham I. R. Brown R. L. Channer M. J. Woosley A. Newland B. J. Frazer R. Kingshott R. J. Cordingley J. P.W. Ryan K. J. Walls

2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2001 2001

44 43 42 41 41 41 40

R. S. Jerome (Langleybury) C. N. Spinks (Langleybury) D. M. Smith (Stevenage) S. R. Easterbrook (West Herts) M. V. Brown (Hoddesdon) I. R. Brown (Stevenage) D. Carlisle (Watford)

St. Albans v. Stevenage (Ditchmore Lane) Stevenage v. North Mymms (Home Farm) Hoddesdon v. Watford (Woodside) Bishop’s Stortford v. West Herts (Cricketfield Lane) Stevenage v. Watford (Woodside) Langleybury v. Hemel Hempstead (Hunton Bridge) West Herts v. Cockfosters (Chalk Lane) Letchworth v. Hemel Hempstead (Whitethorn Lane) Hertford v. Hoddesdon (Lowfield) Letchworth v. Hemel Hempstead (Heath Park) Hertford v. North Mymms (Balls Park) Hertford v. Letchworth (Balls Park) Hoddesdon v. Langleybury (Hunton Bridge)

2000 2001 2001 2001 2000 2001 2000 2000 2000 2000

29/7/2000 12/5/2001 12/5/2001 22/7/2000 24/6/2000 23/6/2001 16/9/2000 3/6/2000 6/5/2000 30/6/2001 19/8/2000 28/7/2001 24/6/2000 23/6/2001 5/8/2000 30/6/2001 10/6/2000 28/8/2000 2001 2000 2000 2000 2000 2001 2000 13/5/2000 6/5/2000 20/5/2000 22/7/2000 28/8/2000 11/8/2001 29/7/2000 24/6/2000 12/5/2001 2/9/2000 28/8/2000 12/8/2000 9/6/2001

The Premier Division ceased to exist in October 2001 when the top-flight clubs voted to play under the full auspices of the Home Counties Premier Cricket League, forming Division Two (East) of that competition. All clubs returned to the Hertfordshire League in 2014 to form a Premier Division and Championship. Their records are shown below. 117


ECB Premier Division (2014-) Most Runs In A Season 1108 1089 1075 1060 1053

Eddie Ballard (Bishop's Stortford) Ben Clements (Harpenden) Owais Shah (Welwyn Garden City) Ben Howgego (Totteridge Millhillians) Steve Gale (Hertford)

Highest Individual Scores 207* 202* 193* 171 169 167 166* 161 158 157 156* 156 154 153* 152* 151* 150* 149* 146 145* 143* 142 142 140* 140 139 138 100

Eddie Ballard Jonathan Miles Jaahid Ali Ben Howgego Owais Shah Earl Lee Murtaza Trunkwala Ben Howgego Steve Gale James Scott Steve Gale Ben Howgego Jaahid Ali William Ray Jon Jon Smuts Reece Hussain Nesan Jeyaratnam Steve Gale Gary Brown Kasey Harris Jonathan McLean Tom Simmons Kunal Gawand Patrick Scott Eddie Ballard Owais Shah Owais Shah William Ray

Ben Frazer (Harpenden) Syed Kazmi (North Mymms) Matthew Grant (Welwyn Garden City) Iresh Saxena (Totteridge Millhillians) James Southgate (Welwyn Garden City)

Best Bowling Performances 10-17 8-31 8-37 8-78 7-16 7-20 7-24 7-24 7-31 7-31 7-32 7-36 7-49 7-53 7-62 7-93 6-2 6-6 6-13 6-18 6-20 6-21 6-22 6-24 6-26 6-26 6-30 6-31 118

859 847 839 823 809

Owais Shah (Welwyn Garden City) Reece Hussain (Bishop's Stortford) Owais Shah (Welwyn Garden City) Steve Gale (Potters Bar) William Ray (Hertford)

Bishop's Stortford v Welwyn Garden City (Digswell Park) Totteridge Millhillians CC v Radlett CC (Totteridge Green) West Herts v Harpenden (Park Avenue) Totteridge Millhillians v Hertford (Totteridge Green) Welwyn Garden City v North Mymms (Home Farm) Stevenage v Potters Bar (Ditchmore Lane) Luton Town & Indians v West Herts (Park Avenue) Totteridge Millhillians v Potters Bar (Totteridge Green) Hertford v Botany Bay (Balls Park) Potters Bar v North Mymms (Home Farm) Hertford v Botany Bay (East Lodge Lane) Totteridge Millhillians CC v Bishop's Stortford CC (Totteridge Green) West Herts v Welwyn Garden City (Digswell Park) Hertford v Letchworth Garden City (Balls Park) Radlett v Welwyn Garden City (Cobden Hill) Bishop's Stortford v Harpenden (The Common, Harpenden) North Mymms v Sawbridgeworth (Home Farm) Potters Bar CC v Hertford CC (The Walk) Sawbridgeworth v Harpenden (Town Fields) Botany Bay v Sawbridgeworth (East Lodge Lane) Radlett v Stevenage (Ditchmore Lane) Letchworth Garden City CC v Totteridge Millhillians CC (Whitethorn Lane) Luton Town & Indians CC v Totteridge Millhillians CC (Wardown Park) Potters Bar CC v Harpenden CC (The Walk) Bishop's Stortford v Hertford (Balls Park) Welwyn Garden City v Totteridge Millhillians (Digswell Park) Welwyn Garden City v North Mymms (Digswell Park) Hertford v Bishop's Stortford (Balls Park)

Most Wickets In A Season 47 45 45 45 44

2016 2016 2018 2018 2016

2017 2015 2018 2018 2018

44 42 41 41 40

2019 2016 2016 2017 2018 18/06/2016 24/06/2017 14/07/2018 02/06/2018 08/06/2019 30/08/2014 01/06/2019 30/06/2018 14/05/2016 07/05/2016 16/07/2016 02/09/2017 30/06/2018 25/08/2018 28/05/2016 22/08/2015 04/07/2015 19/08/2017 06/06/2015 07/05/2016 21/06/2014 17/06/2017 08/07/2017 24/06/2017 07/07/2018 14/07/2018 01/08/2020 06/07/2019

Graeme White (Totteridge Millhillians) William Jones (West Herts) S Walter (Welwyn Garden City) Scott Walter (Welwyn Garden City) Dharmarajsinh Jhala (North Mymms)

Scott Walter Welwyn Garden City v Hemel Hempstead Town (Heath Park) James Southgate Welwyn Garden City v Bishop's Stortford (Digswell Park) Mohammad A Zareef Potters Bar v Hertford (Balls Park) Muhammed A Zareef Radlett v Hertford (Balls Park) Nick Lamb Harpenden v Potters Bar (The Walk) Richard Oxley Langleybury v Flitwick (The Hardy Vale) Tim Smith Bishop's Stortford v Sawbridgeworth (Cricketfield Lane) Abdulrahim Mulla Radlett CC v Letchworth Garden City CC (Cobden Hill) Kabir Toor Radlett v Sawbridgeworth (Cobden Hill) James Ilott Potters Bar CC v Welwyn Garden City CC (The Walk) Randeep Sanghera Radlett v Sawbridgeworth (Town Fields) James Southgate North Mymms v Harpenden (The Common, Harpenden) Ben Frazer Harpenden v Potters Bar (The Walk) Thilan Walallawita Potters Bar v Bishop's Stortford (Cricketfield Lane) Thilan Walallawita Potters Bar v Sawbridgeworth (Town Fields) Simon Bridgewater Welwyn Garden City v Hertford (Digswell Park) James Leather Hertford v North Mymms (Home Farm) Adam Carlson Hertford v Bishop's Stortford (Cricketfield Lane) Iresh Saxena Totteridge Millhillians v West Herts (Totteridge Green) Simon Bridgewater Welwyn Garden City CC v Radlett CC (Digswell Park) Ben Frazer Harpenden CC v Luton Town & Indians CC (Harpenden Common) Mohammed Irshad Luton Town & Indians v Chorleywood (Wardown Park) Mohammed Irshad Luton Town & Indians v Dunstable Town (Wardown Park) Scott Walter Welwyn Garden City v Letchworth Garden City (Whitethorn Lane) Will Jones Harpenden v Hemel Hempstead Town (Heath Park) Nadeera Nawela Flitwick v Stevenage (Ditchmore Lane) Randeep Sanghera Radlett v Welwyn Garden City (Cobden Hill) Rhys Wynne North Mymms CC v Bishop's Stortford CC (Home Farm)

2019 2018 2014 2015 2018

20/06/2015 16/06/2018 04/07/2015 30/06/2018 22/06/2019 23/07/2016 19/07/2014 12/08/2017 27/08/2016 15/07/2017 22/08/2015 27/06/2015 02/08/2014 21/06/2014 12/07/2014 27/06/2015 05/09/2020 07/09/2019 07/07/2018 05/08/2017 29/07/2017 20/08/2016 09/07/2016 04/07/2015 04/07/2015 25/06/2016 12/09/2015 26/08/2017


Championship (2014-) Most Runs In A Season 1144 1010 1001 988 921

George Thurstance (Flitwick) Jayden Broodryk (Hoddesdon) Rob Walters (Hoddesdon) Sachin Wagh (Luton Town & Indians) Murtaza S Trunkwala (Luton T & Indians)

Highest Individual Scores 197* 189 188 176* 169 158 153 152 151* 149 148* 147 146 145 145 144 143 142* 142 140* 140 139 138* 138 136 134 131 129* 129*

Jayden Broodryk George Thurstance George Thurstance Steve Gale Tom Simmons Rob Walters Richard Oxley Benjamin Abbott Sam Davis George Thurstance Jayden Broodryk Lewis Hodgins Benjamin Abbott Steve Selwood Jayden Broodryk Rob Walters Murtaza Trunkwala Rob Walters David Powles Sam Cherry Sam Davis George Thurstance Shaun O'Brien Tom Bruce Richard Leather George Thurstance Rob Walters Dean Bermingham Rumesh Buddhika

William Jones (West Herts) 2017 R Joseph (Flitwick) 2014 Sam Davis (Hoddesdon) 2017 Mohammed Irshad (Luton Town & Indians) 2016 George Darlow (Ampthill Town) 2018

Best Bowling Performances 9-28 9-46 8-68 7-7 7-21 7-22 7-30 7-31 7-34 7-37 7-38 7-40 7-43 7-45 7-52 7-54 7-61 7-62 7-69 7-70 7-81 6-15 6-18 6-20 6-21 6-23 6-24

915 911 888 851 836

George Thurstance (Flitwick) S Selwood (Totteridge Millhillians) Benjamin Abbott (Dunstable Town) S Gale (Hertford) Ben Howgego (Botany Bay)

Hoddesdon v Ampthill Town (Lowfield) Flitwick v Shenley Village (Shenley Cricket Centre) Flitwick v Sawbridgeworth (Town Fields) Hertford v Totteridge Millhillians (Totteridge Green) Letchworth Garden City v Hoddesdon (Lowfield) Hoddesdon v Totteridge Millhillians (Totteridge Green) Langleybury v Sawbridgeworth (Town Fields) Dunstable Town CC v Botany Bay CC (Lancot Park) Hoddesdon v Leverstock Green (Lowfield) Flitwick v Chorleywood (The Hardy Vale) Hoddesdon CC v Flitwick CC (Lowfield) Hemel Hempstead Town v Flitwick (The Hardy Vale) Dunstable Town CC v Chorleywood CC (Lancot Park) Totteridge Millhillians v Old Finchleians (Woodside Park) Hoddesdon v Old Owens (Coppers Lane) Hoddesdon v Shenley Village (Lowfield) Luton Town & Indians v Hoddesdon (Lowfield) Hoddesdon v Flitwick (Lowfield) Flitwick v Hoddesdon (Lowfield) Dunstable Town v Ampthill Town (Ampthill Park) Hoddesdon v Reed (Lowfield) Flitwick v Langleybury (The Hardy Vale) Totteridge Millhillians v Chorleywood (Totteridge Green) Shenley Village v Flitwick (Shenley Cricket Centre) Knebworth Park v Hertford (Old Knebworth Lane) Flitwick v Old Finchleians (The Hardy Vale) Hoddesdon v Langleybury (Lowfield) Totteridge Millhillians v Hertford (Balls Park) Flitwick v Reed (Blacksmith Lane)

Most Wickets In A Season 50 47 46 43 40

2015 2019 2015 2016 2018

39 39 39 39 39

W Pendered (Chorleywood) P Patel (Knebworth Park) S Ruskin (Hertford) Richard Oxley (Langleybury) Al Mahmud Hasan (Flitwick)

Khizer Manzoor Flitwick CC v Ampthill Town CC (The Vale) Ryan Evans Chorleywood CC v Reed CC (Chorleywood Common) Ricky Joseph Flitwick v Hertford (The Hardy Vale) Toby Fynn Reed v Old Finchleians (Village Green, Reed) Jack Kilduff Dunstable Town v Leverstock Green (The Green) William Jones West Herts CC v Chorleywood CC (Park Avenue) Daniel O'Connell Langleybury v Hoddesdon (Hunton Bridge) George Darlow Ampthill Town v Leverstock Green (The Green) Clayton Floyd Sawbridgeworth CC v Ampthill Town CC (Town Fields) Tom Greaves Reed v Ampthill Town (Village Green, Reed) Christopher Leather Knebworth Park v Hertford (Old Knebworth Lane) Richard Turpie Shenley Village v Letchworth Garden City (Shenley Cricket Centre) William Jones West Herts CC v Langleybury CC (Park Avenue) Jack Tidey Reed v Flitwick (The Hardy Vale) Fahim Akbar Shenley Village v Letchworth Garden City (Whitehorn Lane) George Darlow Ampthill Town v Dunstable Town (Ampthill Park) Luke Cherry Dunstable Town v Reed (Lancot Park) Ryan Evans Chorleywood CC v Botany Bay CC (Chorleywood Common) hayden butterworth Totteridge Millhillians v Reed (Totteridge Green) Scott Ruskin Hertford v Chorleywood (Balls Park) Ollie Ilott Langleybury v Reed (Village Green, Reed) William Jones West Herts CC v Chorleywood CC (Park Avenue) Mohammed Irshad Luton Town & Indians v Flitwick (Wardown Park) Rhys Carter Old Owens v Leverstock Green (Coppers Lane) Sam Davis Hoddesdon CC v Langleybury CC (Lowfield) Kiel VanVollenhoven Shenley Village v Hoddesdon (Lowfield) Neil Salter Hertford v Reed (Balls Park)

2018 2014 2017 2014 2015 11/05/2019 13/06/2015 01/09/2018 31/05/2014 02/07/2016 09/05/2015 09/06/2018 17/06/2017 09/06/2018 23/08/2014 29/07/2017 06/07/2019 13/05/2017 26/07/2014 25/05/2019 20/06/2015 28/07/2018 16/05/2015 24/08/2019 07/09/2019 23/06/2018 01/08/2015 18/07/2015 13/06/2015 26/07/2014 09/08/2014 18/08/2018 02/08/2014 10/08/2019 2014 2014 2014 2016 2017 15/07/2017 01/07/2017 14/06/2014 12/07/2014 19/05/2018 10/06/2017 08/08/2015 16/06/2018 17/06/2017 28/07/2018 26/07/2014 18/05/2019 24/06/2017 05/07/2014 20/07/2019 04/08/2018 16/07/2016 29/07/2017 01/08/2015 05/07/2014 30/06/2018 12/08/2017 23/06/2018 24/08/2019 19/08/2017 29/06/2019 19/07/2014 119


Division One

Most Runs In A Season 1181 905 895 868 865

R J Nicol (Hitchin) D Livermore (St Margaretsbury) R I Coutts (Hoddesdon) M. R. Lewis (Bishop’s Stortford) D. J. M. Mercer (Dunstable)

Highest Individual Scores 201* 177* 175 172 171 166 160* 160* 160 159* 153* 149* 146* 146* 146 146 146 144 143* 143 142 142 141* 140 140 140

R. J. Nicol M Baxter R Evans C. Thurston R. J. Nicol Shahzad Malik A. Bashir D Fleming Iroshan de Silva M. Barham D. Goodwin M Barnes A. R. J. Barnard R. I. Coutts G. S. Hayward B. M. O’Shea C Ridley N. J. C. Gandon Shahzad Malik R Carter L. J. Vivian C. Dew J. Hilliard R. Walters J Kerr G Davies

D. P. Duggan (North Mymms) C. F. Hopper (Sawbridgeworth) C. F. Hopper (Sawbridgeworth) A. M. Blincoe (Millhillians) D P Moore (Hitchin)

Best Bowling Performances 9-15 9-21 9-28 9-49 9-55 8-8 8-17 8-19 8-22 8-23 8-23 8-24 8-29 8-30 8-32 8-36 8-37 8-38 8-41 8-43 8-43 8-49 8-53 8-56 8-57 8-62 8-64 8-65 8-65 8-72 120

B. Klosterman G. Turner C. Brook P. J. Caley F. Dungaria C. F. Hopper W Sneath J. Kerley O. Jones S. J. Watts K.J. Nissen D. P. Duggan A. Rajendran A. K. Webster L. R. Dry C. F. Hopper O. Janaway J Lewis D. Marsh D. P. Duggan D. P. Moore C. Brook C. Brook A. M. Blincoe M. Watson T. Haydon B. K. Canagasabey S. Roberts M. Irshard R Evans

860 851 851 844 829

J Biviano (Ampthill Town) Shahzad Malik (Langleybury) Chetan Depala Junior (Old Finchleians) B. S. Wilson (St Margaretsbury) D. M. Hull (Sawbridgeworth)

Hitchin v Knebworth Park (Lucas Lane) Ickleford v Knebworth Park (Knebworth Park) Chorleywood v Shenley Village (Shenley) Shenley Village v Kings Langley (Vicarage Lane) Hitchin v Leverstock Green (Lucas Lane) Langleybury v Hitchin (Lucas Lane) Luton Town & Indians v Reed (Blacksmith Lane) Kings Langley v Shenley Village (kings langley) Harpenden v Langleybury (Harpenden Common) Letchworth v Hitchin (Whitethorn Lane) Millhillians v Potters Bar (The Walk) Ampthill Town v Old Finchleians (The Park, Ampthill) Bishop’s Stortford v Luton Town & Indians (Wardown Park) Hoddesdon v Knebworth Park (Old Knebworth Lane) Sawbridgeworth v Hitchin (Town Fields) St Margaretsbury v Hoddesdon (St Margaretsbury Recreation Ground) Broxbourne v Knebworth Park (Knebworth Park CC) Hoddesdon v Berkhamsted (Lowfield) Langleybury v Hoddesdon (Lowfield) Old Owens 1st XI v Harpenden II (Old Owens) Chorleywood v North Mymms (The Common) Hertford v Langleybury (Hunton Bridge) Letchworth v St Albans (Whitethorn Lane) Hoddesdon v Old Finchleians (Lowfield) Ampthill Town v Old Finchleians (The Park, Ampthill) Broxbourne v Ickleford ( Ickleford Sports & Recreation Club)

Most Wickets In A Season 81 77 67 67 65

2009 2008 2009 2003 2003

2003 2002 2003 2006 2008

57 54 54 54

D. P. Moore (Hitchin) A. K. Webster (Millhillians) D. P. Duggan (North Mymms) G Harris (Botany Bay)

Leverstock Green v Dunstable (Bedmond Road) Knebworth Park v North Mymms (Home Farm) Knebworth Park v Totteridge Millhillians (Totteridge Green) St. Albans v Letchworth (Whitethorn Lane) Broxbourne v Holtwhites Trinibis (Mill Lane) Sawbridgeworth v Watford (Town Fields) Ampthill Town v Knebworth Park (Knebworth Park CC) Harpenden v Letchworth (Harpenden Common) Hitchin v Totteridge Millhillians (Totteridge Green) Dunstable v Knebworth Park (Lancot Park) Shenley Village v Botany Bay (East Lodge Lane) North Mymms v Langleybury (Home Farm) St Albans v Old Finchleians (Woodside Park) Millhillians v Cockfosters (Headstone Lane) Chorleywood v Radlett II (The Common) Sawbridgeworth v North Mymms (Town Fields) Berkhamsted v St Albans (Kitchener’s Field) Radlett II v Hitchin (Lucas Lane) Letchworth v Hitchin (Lucas Lane) North Mymms v Hitchin (Home Farm) Hitchin v Chorleywood (The Common) Knebworth Park v Sawbridgeworth (Old Knebworth Lane) Knebworth Park v Reed (Old Knebworth Lane) Millhillians v St. Margaretsbury (Headstone Lane) Chorleywood v Berkhamsted (The Common) Cockfosters v Sawbridgeworth (Town Fields) Knebworth Park v Letchworth (Old Knebworth Lane) Letchworth v Chorleywood (Whitethorn Lane) Luton Town & Indians v Hitchin (Lucas Lane) Chorleywood v Leverstock Green (Bedmond Road)

2016 2007 2013 2006 2003

11/07/2009 06/07/2019 04/08/2018 23/08/2014 20/06/2009 26/05/2007 13/07/2013 23/08/2014 29/07/2006 19/06/2004 23/06/2001 22/08/2015 31/05/2003 05/09/2009 05/08/2000 04/08/2007 24/08/2019 20/06/2009 11/07/2009 16/06/2018 18/08/2001 08/05/2010 19/05/2007 12/06/2010 22/08/2015 20/07/2019 2004 2002 2002 2014 08/08/2009 11/08/2001 05/07/2008 02/07/2005 17/05/2014 22/06/2002 04/06/2016 22/06/2002 21/07/2012 28/07/2007 17/05/2014 24/05/2003 19/05/2012 01/09/2001 08/07/2000 25/05/2002 21/06/2008 18/06/2011 02/08/2008 25/08/2001 14/05/2005 26/05/2001 19/07/2008 01/07/2006 04/07/2009 25/08/2001 24/07/2004 27/08/2005 07/09/2013 04/06/2011


Division Two (Includes Divisions 2A & 2B from 2015) Most Runs In A Season 1022 1060 1004 1000 980

D D Ebrahim (Shenley Village) L Thomson-Mathews (Northchurch) L J Vivian (Chorleywood) N Raveenthiraraja (Northwood) P. McGiffin (Northchurch)

Highest Individual Scores 212* 208* 203* 203* 200 191* 186* 179 176* 175 174* 173 168* 168* 167* 164 163 157 154 152* 151* 150* 150 149* 149* 147* 147 147

960 925 901 892 882

C. Boyd (Knebworth Park II) K.Hoq (Old Elizabethans) J Heslam (Reed) D.Cleary (Abbots Langley) C. Watson (Knebworth Park)

T Smith Totteridge Millhillians II v Watford Town (Totteridge Green) J. A. Freedman Old Albanian v Kings Langley (Shenley Park) G. Flint Hoddesdon II v Hatfield (Lowfield) J. Heslam Reed v Chorleywood (Blacksmith’s Lane) N. Reardon Knebworth Park II v Northwood (Ducks Hill Road) R. Keogh Dunstable v Leverstock Green (Bedmond Road) G Joyce Hertford II v Northwood (Balls Park) L. J. Vivian Chorleywood v Luton Town and Indians (The Common) J. R. Turner Knebworth Park II v Welwyn Garden City II (Old Knebworth Lane) P. McGiffin Northchurch v Flitwick (The Meadow) E.Lye Chorleywood v Watford Town (The Common) B Logue Knebworth Park II v Harpenden II (Old Knebworth Lane) A. Mehta Potters Bar II v Chorleywood (The Walk) E Gregg Welwyn Garden City II v Cockfosters (Cockfosters CC) I. McNicol Chipperfield v Wormley (Church Lane) J. R. Turner Knebworth Park II v Radlett II (Old Knebworth Lane) A Chalker Welwyn Garden City II v Potton Town (Digswell Park) E Washington Harpenden II v Abbots Langley (Harpenden Common) J. R. Lewis Radlett II v Leverstock Green (Bedmond Road) L.Thomson-Mathews Northchurch v Radlett II (Cobden Hill ) N Raveenthiraraja Northwood v Allenburys & County Hall (Allenburys Sport & Social Club) C. Boyd Knebworth Park II v Old Finchleians (Old Knebworth Lane) B. Logue Knebworth Park II v Northwood (Ducks Hill Road) R. Jadanauth Kings Langley v Watford (Vicarage Lane) J. Heslam Reed v Knebworth Park II (Blacksmith's Lane) S Stevens Potton Town v Welwyn Garden City II (The Hollow) J Powick Preston v Abbots Langley (Manor house Grould Abbots Langley) M. R. Evans Radlett II v Northwood (Ducks Hill Road)

Most Wickets In A Season 77 76 72 64

2011 2013 2008 2019 2004

D James (Northchurch) M. Waters (Preston) B. Klosterman (Leverstock Green) T. Haydon (Cockfosters)

Best Bowling Performances 10-18 9-30 9-39 9-49 9-66 9-71 9-73 8-13 8-16 8-18 8-21 8-22 8-23 8-24 8-24 8-25 8-28 8-29 8-29 8-29 8-30 8-30 8-33 8-34 8-38 8-40 8-40 8-40 8-40

J. Griffin S. Tilbury P. Frost G. Wilson B Davies T. Haydon M. Waters A. Khan S Browne R. Sutcliffe C. Degnan A. Mason A. Young N. Lederman N. Lederman D Panchal P. R. Woolley B. Klosterman M. Aitkin C Randall C. Arnold M Brazier K. Manzoor T. Cooke A Ali A. Owen B. Mahoney Chetan Depala Jnr B Davies

2014 2005 2003 2003

62 60 59 58

M Brazier (Kings Langley) S Silva (Flitwick) G Harris (Botany Bay) J Lash (Shenley Village)

Berkhamsted v Hoddesdon II (Kitchener’s Field) St. Margaretsbury v Hatfield (Ascots Lane) Northwood v Harpenden (Ducks Hill Road) Reed v Preston (Preston Cricket Ground) Hemel Hempstead II v Chipperfield Clarendon (Heath Park) Cockfosters v Old Finchleians (Chalk Lane) Kings Langley v Preston (Kings Langley Common) Dunstable II v Wormley (Lancot Park) Radlett II v Leverstock Green (Brunton Memorial, Radlett) Abbots Langley v Hatfield (Ascots Lane) Ampthill Town v Cockfosters (Ampthill Park) Old Albanian v Harpenden (Harpenden Common) Reed v Northchurch (The Meadow) Radlett II v Preston (Preston Cricket Ground) Radlett II v Preston (Preston Cricket Ground) Northwood v Holtwhites Trinibis (Ducks Hill Road) Welwyn Garden City II v Radlett II (Cobden Hill) Leverstock Green v Cockfosters (Bedmond Road) Preston v Cockfosters (Chalk Lane) Knebworth Park v Watford Town (Horseshoe Lane) Harpenden v Eversholt (Eversholt) Kings Langley v Country Hall (The Common) Watford v Leverstock Green (Bedmond Road) Flitwick v Hertford II (The Vale) Old Albanian v Leverstock Green (The Green) Berkhamsted v Knebworth Park II (Old Knebworth Lane) Harpenden v Flitwick (Harpenden Common) Old Finchleians v Broxbourne (Woodside Park) Hemel Hempstead Town II v Abbots Langley (Heath Park)

2005 2018 2009 2018 2000 19/05/2018 25/08/2001 02/06/2001 05/08/2006 09/08/2003 13/07/2013 29/06/2019 26/07/2008 26/05/2007 31/07/2004 01/08/2020 25/06/2011 01/07/2006 13/07/2019 08/09/2001 02/06/2007 07/09/2019 11/07/2015 18/06/2005 01/06/2013 08/06/2019 18/06/2005 15/05/2010 15/07/2006 23/05/2009 13/05/2017 18/06/2016 12/05/2004 2013 2010 2013 2013 16/09/2000 01/09/2001 16/09/2000 01/08/2009 28/05/2011 09/06/2003 06/08/2005 23/08/2003 13/06/2015 22/06/2002 30/08/2003 28/08/2000 25/07/2009 18/05/2013 18/05/2013 11/07/2015 02/07/2005 02/08/2003 16/08/2003 15/07/2017 01/09/2001 19/05/2012 30/04/2005 22/05/2004 26/07/2014 23/08/2003 12/06/2004 04/06/2011 19/07/2014 121


Division Three (Includes Divisions 3A & 3B from 2015) Most Runs In A Season 1063 1048 1014 971 919

S. March (Wormley) S McGiffin (Northchurch) J. R. Turner (Knebworth Park II) C A Chellew (Abbots Langley ) D. Wallis (Wormley)

Highest Individual Scores 181 175 174 172* 172 170* 169* 167 167 165 162* 161 161 160 159* 159 158* 158 156* 156* 155 154* 154* 154 154 153* 153 151 151 150* 149 145 145 144 144

Sohail Idress J. R. Turner C. A. Chellew J. R. Turner M Manzoor T. Chapman G.W.Wise C. Handy J. A. Rudkin J. Balkham M. Gradwell S. R. W. Gale L Bennett J Riddle N. Siddique P Ashford H. Nataraj T Garraway C. A. Chellew D Albon T Liversidge M. J. Inglis S McGiffin D Albon M Partridge SJ Davies W Kriehn Sohail Idress T. Chapman G. Wise Kushang Modi M. Fordham A. Buckmeister R Ketteridge D Alexander

W Roberts (Shenley Village) Imran Khan (Totteridge) F Hameed (Bushey) B. Klosterman (Leverstock Green) I. R. Brown (Stevenage II)

Best Bowling Performances 9-17 9-23 9-39 9-39 9-39 9-45 9-50 9-51 8-10 8-15 8-21 8-21 8-21 8-21 8-26 8-27 8-28 8-30 8-31 8-31 8-35 122

B. Klosterman Z Shaw I. R. Brown A. Jenkins D. S. McMillan T. Cooke C. Graves N. Morris D Nightingale Ifzal Nawaz A. Khan M.Batchelor D. Weekes D Sanders N. Weaver T. Reilly D Sanders R Abrar N. Williams I. R. Brown L. Sheldrake

919 913 882 882 846

D Albon (Letchworth Garden City II) J Riddle (Hertford II) Muhammad Akoojee (Radlett II) M Stephany (St Albans West Indian) S. R. W. Gale (Hatfield)

2017 2017 2006 2017 2006

Stevenage II v Eversholt (Eversholt Recreation Ground) 15/07/2006 Knebworth Park II v Botany Bay (Old Knebworth Lane) 31/07/2004 Abbots Langley v Letchworth II (Fairfield Hall) 13/06/2009 Knebworth Park II v County Hall (Old Knebworth Lane) 22/05/2004 Langleybury II v Luton Town & Indians II (Hunton Bridge) 27/05/2017 Bishop’s Stortford II v London Colney (Green Street, Shenley) 26/05/2007 Chipperfield Clarendon v Bishop's Stortford II (Cricketfield Lane) 05/06/2010 Hoddesdon II v Ickleford (Lowfield) 04/08/2007 Sawbridgeworth v Old Elizabethans (Town Fields) 14/06/2014 Hoddesdon II v Radlett II (Lowfield) 10/06/2006 Ampthill Town v Luton Town II (Wardown Park) 08/08/2001 Hatfield v Harpenden II (Ascots Lane) 28/07/2007 Datchworth v Bayford & Hertford (Datchworth Green) 04/07/2015 Hertford II v Datchworth (Balls Park) 17/06/2017 Southgate Adelaide v Hertford II (Walker Ground) 26/08/2006 Kings Langley v Potters Bar II (Vicarage Lane) 11/06/2011 Wheathampstead v Knebworth Park II (Old Knebworth Lane) 29/07/2000 Northchurch v North Enfield (The Meadow) 13/07/2019 Abbots Langley v Redbourn (Manor House Ground) 27/06/2009 Letchworth Garden City II v Knebworth Park II (Whitethorn Lane, Letchworth) 24/06/2017 Knebworth Park v Hatfield Hyde (Knebworth Park) 09/07/2016 Abbots Langley v London Colney (Manor House Ground) 03/07/2010 Northchurch v Hertford II (Northchurch) 27/05/2017 Letchworth Garden City II v Northchurch (Whitethorn Lane, Letchworth) 06/05/2017 North Enfield v Eversholt (Strayfield Road) 23/08/2014 Flitwick II v Potters Bar II (The Walk) 07/07/2018 Hemel Hempstead Town II v Southgate Adelaide (Heath Park) 18/07/2020 Stevenage II v St Albans II (Ditchmore Lane) 09/06/2007 Bishop’s Stortford II v Hoddesdon II (Cricketfield Lane) 07/07/2007 Clarendon v Southgate Adelaide (Cow Roast) 08/07/2006 Waltham Cross Rosedale v Botany Bay (Rosedale Sports Ground) 08/09/2007 Harpenden II v Eversholt (Eversholt Recreation Ground) 08/07/2006 London Colney v Waltham Cross Rosedale (Rosedale Sports Club) 04/07/2009 Bayford & Hertford v Wheathampstead (Bayford (The Green)) 13/05/2017 St Albans West Indian v Sawbridgeworth II (Town Fields) 27/05/2017

Most Wickets In A Season

72 65 63 62 61

2004 2017 2004 2009 2002

2009 2006 2014 2007 2000

61 60 59 59 58

D. A. Watson (Chorleywood) T. Haydon (Cockfosters) M. Taylor (Potters Bar III) J. A. Chaudhry (St Albans II) R. Doling (Northwood Town)

Leverstock Green v Sawbridgeworth II (Bedmond Road) Stevenage II v North Enfield (Ditchmore Lane) Stevenage II v Harpenden II (Harpenden Common) Letchworth II v Sawbridgeworth II (Whitethorn Lane) Chipperfield Clarendon v County Hall (Chipperfield Common) St Albans II v Letchworth II (Clarence Park) County Hall v Cottered (Leahoe) Bayford and Hertford v Knebworth Park II (Old Knebworth Lane) Met Police Bushey v Eversholt (Eversholt) Hemel Hempstead II v Stevenage II (Ditchmore Lane) St Albans II v Kings Langley (Clarence Park) County Hall v North Mymms II (Home Farm) St Albans West Indian v Northampton Exiles (Greenwood Park ) North Enfield v Old Finchleians (The Memorial Ground) Wheathampstead v Letchworth II (Nomansland Common) Ickleford v Eversholt (Eversholt Recreation Ground) North Enfield v Bishop's Stortford II (North Enfield) Southgate Adelaide v Sawbridgeworth II (The Walker Ground ) Botany Bay v County Hall (Leahoe) Stevenage II v Sawbridgeworth II (Ditchmore Lane) Waltham Cross Rosedale v Wormley (Rosedale Sports Club)

2007 2004 2005 2007 2002 25/08/2007 31/05/2014 24/07/2004 09/09/2006 11/07/2009 06/09/2003 29/05/2004 26/06/2004 06/08/2011 03/05/2008 24/05/2008 22/05/2010 02/06/2012 29/07/2017 09/09/2000 26/07/2008 07/09/2019 05/05/2018 07/09/2002 24/06/2006 20/05/2006


Division Four (Includes Divisions 4A & 4B from 2015) Most Runs In A Season 1073 1042 955 901 885

S Stevens (Potton Town) 2013 A. Christian (Old Haberdashers) 2006 H. D. Rawle (North Mymms II) 2005 M J Bertwistle (Chipperfield Clarendon II) 2009 R J Darby (Hertingfordbury) 2009

Highest Individual Scores 192* 189 178 175* 173* 171 170 164 160* 160* 160 158* 158* 157 157 155* 155* 153* 153 153 151* 151* 151 150* 150 149* 149 149 148 147 146* 146* 146

B. Blaker A. Christian R. Gajjar A Loomba H Yousaf C. Williams C. Yorath K Hussain C. Yorath S M Clements M. Gentle K. Modi K. Modi N Reeves A.Christian B. R. Bagshaw P. Lele J. A. Rudkin J Vala R. Gajjar M. Schumann A.Christian P Garikipati L Peters A. J. Moore S. Farrell M. J. Bertwistle K Shakoor D. Roe H. D. Rawle K. Jones A. Schaw T Wilson

M. R. Sazenis (Chipperfield) D McMillan (Clarendon) I. R. Brown (Stevenage II) R. Watson (Holtwhites Trinibis) F Hameed (Bushey)

Best Bowling Performances 9-16 9-27 9-38 9-43 9-49 9-56 9-64 8-5 8-14 8-17 8-18 8-22 8-22 8-24 8-24 8-31 8-31 8-32 8-32 8-36 8-36 8-36 8-37

A Thomas W. Roberts S. Cousins R. Mohammed D. McMillan M. R. Sazenis A. White M. Berks C. Degnan M. Butler S. Barbour R. King A Richardson P. L. Eversfield D. Allison C Smith Ri. Dhruva M. Janaway G. K. Gurney B. Cohen P. Haydon A Mistry P. S. James

D J Crawford O Sims (Wormley) S Stevens (Potton Town) A. J. Howard (Chipperfield) H. D. Rawle (North Mymms II)

Ickleford v Old Haberdashers (Croxdale Road) Old Haberdashers v Ickleford (Croxdale Road) Shenley Village v Potton Town (The Hollow) Northwood Town v Northampton Exiles (Northwood Town CC) Lutonian v Cheshunt (Cheshunt ) St. Albans II v Sandridge (Clarence Park) Redbourn v Datchworth (North Common Road) Rickmansworth v Northwood Town (Chestnut Avenue) Redbourn v Old Elizabethans (Gypsy Corner) North Mymms II v Watford Town II (Woodside) Waltham Cross Rosedale v Hatfield (Rosedale Sports Club) Waltham X Rosedale v Hertford II (Balls Park) Waltham X Rosedale v Hertford II (Balls Park) Harpenden III v Hertford III (St George's School) Old Haberdashers v Ampthill Town II (Croxdale Road) North Mymms II v Clarendon (Home Farm) Hertford II v Hoddesdon II (Balls Park) Sawbridgeworth II v Northampton Exiles (Town Fields) Southgate Adelaide v Sandridge (Spencer Meadows) Shenley Village v Northwood II (Shenley Park) Ickleford v County Hall (Leahoe) Old Haberdashers v Potton Town (The Hollow) Stevenage II v Southgate Adelaide (Ditchmore Lane) Sandridge v Hertingfordbury (Hertingfordbury) Chipperfield v Langleybury II (The Common) West Herts II v North Mymms II (Old Owens) Chipperfield Clarendon II v Ampthill Town II (Chipperfield Common) Leverstock Green II v Reed II (The Gree) Redbourn v Chipperfield (The Common) North Mymms II v Ampthill Town II (Ampthill Park) North Enfield v County Hall (Leahoe) Berkhamsted v Hertford II (Balls Park) Chorleywood II v Broxbourne II (Chorleywood Common)

Most Wickets In A Season 79 77 75 66 65

830 807 803 796 783

2006 2008 2003 2002 2013

61 60 59 56 56

2012 2008 2009 2005 2006 10/06/2006 10/06/2006 15/07/2006 23/06/2018 14/07/2018 27/07/2002 05/05/2007 08/08/2020 26/05/2007 03/06/2017 16/07/2005 25/08/2012 25/08/2012 06/05/2017 05/08/2006 28/06/2003 10/05/2008 17/08/2013 03/06/2017 10/06/2006 29/07/2006 29/07/2006 06/05/2017 22/08/2015 01/07/2006 24/05/2008 02/05/2009 05/05/2018 02/09/2006 23/07/2005 09/09/2006 26/05/2012 27/05/2017

D. Parsooth (Luton Town & Indians II) D Nightingale (Met Police Bushey) A Mustafa (North Mymms II) M. Janaway (Potton Town) A Browne (Northampton Exiles)

St Albans West Indian v Clifton (Claybridge Ground) Shenley Village v Bayford and Hertford (Shenley Park) Braughing v Northwood (Green Lane) Hatfield Hyde v Old Haberdashers (King George V Playing Field) Clarendon v Harpenden III (Cow Roast) Chipperfield v Bushey (The Common) North Enfield v Old Haberdashers (Croxdale Road) Reed v Millhillians II (Blacksmith Lane) Ampthill Town v Wheathampstead II (Nomansland Common) Totteridge v Old Camdenians (Burton Hole Lane) Ware v Hatfield (Allenburys CC) Hatfield Hyde v Chipperfield (The Common) Cheshunt Rosedale v Old Finchleians (Old Finchleians Memorial ground) West Herts II v Sandridge (Park Avenue) Rickmansworth v Langleybury II (Hunton Bridge) St Albans II v Clifton (Claybridge Ground) Langleybury II v Northwood Town (Hunton Bridge) Potton Town v North Mymms II (Home Farm) Chipperfield Clarendon II v Wormley (Chipperfield Common) Southgate Adelaide v Northampton Exiles (Clowes Ground) Old Camdenians v Wormley (Burton Hole Lane) Northampton Exiles v Dunstable II (Clowes Sports Ground) Sawbridgeworth II v Berkhamsted (Town Fields)

2003 2010 2011 2002 2009

03/09/2011 08/09/2007 01/07/2000 15/06/2002 19/07/2008 05/08/2006 02/09/2006 03/06/2000 08/07/2000 07/08/2004 12/05/2012 30/08/2008 25/05/2019 05/07/2003 05/08/2006 13/08/2011 09/06/2012 15/06/2002 04/09/2010 17/05/2008 08/05/2010 26/07/2014 22/06/2013 123


Division Five (Includes Divisions 5A & 5B from 2015) Most Runs In A Season 1453 1137 981 976 908

Akash Christian (Old Haberdashers) A Christian (Old Haberdashers) J Massey (Frogmore) P. Hewitt (Holtwhites Trinibis) A Christian (Old Haberdashers)

Highest Individual Scores 201* 195 180 177 173* 170* 170 169 169 166* 163* 156 155 155 153 153 152* 151 151 150* 149* 149 148 148 145* 145 144* 144

A. Christian A. Christian Wahas Ahmed J. T. De Silva I Barrie C.Frame I. Schmid A.Christian A. Christian A. Christian Iroshan De Silva A. Christian J Williams C. Handy A. Christian J Massey B. Hann D. Houghton I. Schmid L. Davis A O'Sullivan G. Wise Bashir Dalvi I Barrie Deepak Kumaar J. Wrigglesworth A. Christian A. Christian

2009 2010 2018 2006 2008

64 J Mehta (Hatfield Crusaders) 2009 62 S. Stroomer (Datchworth) 2003 62 R Gravett (Old Camdenians) 2009 58 A.Reynolds (Ampthill Town II) 2003 58 D James (Berkhamsted II) 2008

Best Bowling Performances

124

J McNally R. Garrett B Klosterman M. Janaway T.Dean M. Corbridge Danish Humail P. Tongue S. Jary L. Smith A. Jones S. Green P. Smith T. Haydon D. Ferguson P. England A. Cheeseman P. Swart S Khalique M. O’Carroll M. Holland R. Gravett S Dowsett D. Parsooth A. Jones A Bashir K Khan

H. D. Rawle (North Mymms II) M. Lenton (Cheshunt) J. Peacock (Baldock) G. Wise (Clarendon) I Barrie (Waltham X Rosedale)

Old Haberdashers v Hertingfordbury II (St Mary’s Lane) Old Haberdashers v Bushey (Croxdale Road) Shenley Village v Old Camdenians (Shenley Park) Cavendish v Kings Langley II (Vicarage Lane) Waltham X Rosedale v St Albans II (Clarence Park) London Colney v Radlett III (Green Street) Parkfield & Headstone v Hoddesdon II (Lowfield) Old Haberdashers v Leverstock Green II (Croxdale Road) Old Haberdashers v Sandridge (Croxdale Road) Old Haberdashers v Bushey (Eastbury Road) Baldock v Preston II (Avenue Park) Old Haberdashers v Old Elizabethans (Croxdale Road) Old Haberdashers v Berkhamsted II (Kitchener's Field) Hoddesdon II v Welwyn Garden City III (Lowfield) Old Haberdashers v Old Owens (Croxdale Road) Frogmore v Kings Langley II (Frogmore) Hitchin II v Cockfosters II (Lucas Lane) Kings Langley II v Cavendish (Vicarage Lane) Parkfield & Headstone v Clifton (Saddlers Mead) Harpenden III v Baldock (St George’s School) Broxbourne II v Hertingfordbury (St Marys Lane) Clarendon v Old Elizabethans (Gipsy Corner) Luton Town & Indians II v Chorleywood II (The Common) Waltham X Rosedale v London Colney (Green Street) Old Owens v Chorleywood II (The Common) Harpenden II v Botany Bay (Harpenden Common) Old Haberdashers v Old Camdenians (Croxdale Road) Old Haberdashers v Parkfield & Headstone (Saddlers Mead)

Most Wickets In A Season

10-31 10-42 10-50 9-34 9-42 9-49 9-50 8-17 8-20 8-25 8-25 8-27 8-27 8-28 8-29 8-30 8-32 8-33 8-34 8-35 8-36 8-38 8-38 8-39 8-40 8-41 8-44

828 801 776 774 768

56 55 55 55 53 53

J Murphy (Sandridge) D. D. Burrell (Sawbridgeworth II) M. O’Carroll (Ickleford) T Dean (Baldock) R. Dermont (Ickleford) D James (Berkhamsted II)

Ware v Old Cholmeleians II (Hendon Wood Lane) Harpenden II v St. Margaretsbury II (St. Margaretsbury Rec Ground) Leverstock Green II v Datchworth (Bedmond Road) Potton Town v Hertingfordbury (The Hollow) Baldock Town v Old Elizabethans (Avenue Park) Metropolitan Police Bushey v Hitchin II (Aldenham Road) Hatfield Hyde v Chorleywood II (King George V Playing Fields) North Enfield v Parkfield (Saddlers Mead) Parkfield v Watford II (Saddlers Mead) Holtwhites Trinibis v Brimsdown (Goldsdown Road) Baldock Town v Old Owens (Coopers Lane) Preston v Wheathampstead II (Preston Cricket Ground) Rickmansworth II v Preston (Park Road) Cockfosters II v Watford II (Chalk Lane) Sandridge v Welwyn Garden City III (Spencer Meadows) Cheshunt v Chorleywood II (The Common) Langleybury II v Parkfield & Headstone (Saddlers Mead) Northchurch II v Knebworth Park III (The Meadow) Old Cholmeleians v Watford Town (Hendon Wood Lane) Ickleford v Baldock (Walnut Way) Old Elizabethans v Northchurch II (The Meadow) Old Camdenians v Northchurch II (Burton Hole Lane) Shenley Village II v Ickleford II (Shenley Cricket Centre) Luton Town and Indians II v Sandridge (Spencer Meadows) Baldock Town v Datchworth (Avenue Park) Luton Town & Indians II v Radlett III (Cobden Hill) Flitwick II v Old Cholmeleians (Old Cholmelians Sports Ground)

2004 2003 2006 2000 2018 08/09/2007 12/06/2010 30/04/2005 11/06/2005 14/07/2018 07/09/2019 10/07/2010 11/08/2007 01/08/2009 11/07/2009 28/08/2004 21/06/2008 27/08/2011 08/09/2012 30/08/2008 21/07/2018 25/05/2013 11/06/2005 11/08/2012 31/07/2004 30/06/2018 15/07/2000 21/05/2011 23/06/2018 10/06/2006 01/07/2000 23/07/2005 03/07/2010 2013 2001 2002 2008 2000 2009 06/08/2011 26/08/2000 03/09/2011 23/06/2001 12/07/2008 11/07/2009 23/07/2005 29/06/2002 04/08/2001 03/06/2000 10/05/2008 18/05/2002 27/07/2002 26/08/2000 10/08/2013 21/07/2012 15/05/2010 02/05/2009 31/05/2014 09/06/2001 08/08/2009 22/08/2009 02/07/2016 04/09/2004 23/08/2008 09/07/2011 23/08/2014


Division Six (Includes Divisions 6A & 6B from 2015) Most Runs In A Season 1004 909 907 794 793

B. Lydeamore (Southgate Compton) M. Hudson (Southgate Compton) J Blackburn (Bovingdon) Z Karim (Old Albanian II) H Brannan (Old Haberdashers)

Highest Individual Scores 218* 201* 182 172* 168* 165 165 161 160* 158 157* 156* 155* 153* 153 153 152* 149* 148* 147 145* 145 145 144* 144 144 144 143 143 143

D Ward Faizal Patel D Sands H. Brannan M Smalley-Harris W Chaudhry M. Hubbard Z Karim D Ward J Blackburn B Klosterman C. Xavier I. Schmid P. Morgan R. Hanna T. Hill J. Wrigglesworth D. Lane P Smith S Gwinnett R Palepu G Aguis J. Gordon W. Hughes R. Hanna C. Bright A. Singh R. Murphy J. Garnham A Dukes

R Stevenson (Wormley) I Iqbal (Leverstock Green II) L. Frame (Southgate Compton) P. Tidey (Reed II) H Zeb (Bentley Heath)

Best Bowling Performances 10-27 10-56 9-13 9-20 9-20 9-23 9-27 9-42 9-45 9-48 9-55 9-57 9-88 9-99 8-10 8-12 8-18 8-19 8-19 8-20 8-21 8-26 8-28 8-29 8-30

P. Tidey M. Evans I. Iqbal L. Frame R Nandiraju M. Brownridge M. Jayasinghe R. Dolan S. P. Sattin S. Flint R. Stevenson D. Ferguson P. McKinnon J. Murphy J Murphy M. Robinson S. Navaee P. Jones W. Turner D Jenkins D. Littlejohn S. Khalique D.G. Sankey S. Navaee P Tidey

790 758 758 743 738

M Shehabi (Rickmansworth) M Vulimiri (Southgate Compton) M. Dyer (Waltham X Rosedale) P Gurney (Flitwick II) O. Dalrymple (Watton-at-Stone)

Eversholt II v Abbots Langley II (Manor House Ground) North Enfield II v Bushey II (Strayfield Road) Watton-at-Stone v Hatfield & Crusaders II (The Meadow) Old Haberdashers v Knebworth Park III (Away (Knebworth Park)) Boxmoor v Kings Langley II (Boxmoor CC) Rickmansworth v Bovingdon (Bovingdon Green) Bentley Heath v Letchworth Garden City III (Wrotham Park Estate) Old Albanian II v Knebworth Park II (Knebworth Park) Eversholt II v Tewin (Eversholt) Bovingdon v Eversholt II (Bovingdon Green) Berkhamsted II v Allenburys & County Hall II (Berkhamsted) Cockfosters II v Parkfield (Chalk Lane) Parkfield and Headstone v Potters Bar III (Saddler’s Mead) Eversholt II v Hemel Hempstead II (Eversholt Recreational Ground) Wormley v Old Finchleians (Church Lane) Hexton v UCA (UCL Athletic Ground) Harpenden III v Cockfosters II (Chalk Lane) Old Owens v Cheshunt (Coopers Lane) Redbourn II v Knebworth Park III (Redbourn Common) Hitchin II v Hertford III (Balls Park ) Bushey II v Letchworth Garden City III (Letchworth Garden City) Abbots Langley 2 v Botany Bay 2 (Manor House) Letchworth III v Potters Bar III (Dame Alice Owens School) Totteridge Millhillians III v St Margaretsbury (St Margaretsbury RG) Wormley v Hertford III (Balls Park) Berkhamsted II v St Margaretsbury II (St Margaretsbury Recreation Gd) Hatfield Crusaders v Preston II (Preston Cricket Ground) Northwood II v Ampthill Town II (Ducks Hill Road) Preston II v Watton-at-Stone (The Meadow) Boxmoor v Holtwhites Trinibis II (Kirkland Drive)

Most Wickets In A Season 62 61 60 60 56

2001 2003 2016 2016 2015

2013 2009 2007 2014 2013

55 54 54 52 52

P. Osgood (Hertford III) M. Batchelor (Ware) D Patel (Ware) G. Corbishley (Southgate Compton) M. Batchelor (Ware)

Reed II v Radlett III (Cobden Hill) Radlett IV v Letchworth III (St Edmund’s College, Ware) Leverstock Green II v Abbots Langley II (Manor House Ground) Southgate Compton v St. Margaretsbury II (St Margaretsbury Rec) Northwood II v Old Cholmeleians II (Ducks Hill Road) Clifton v Ampthill Town II (Woburn Road) Cavendish v Abbots Langley (Row Hill Hall) Welwyn Garden City III v Metropolitan Police Bushey (Aldenham Road) Chipperfield II v Broxbourne II (The Common) Hitchin II v Ware (Bell Lane) Wormley v Kings Langley II (Church Lane ) Sandridge v Northwood II (Ducks Hill Road) Abbots Langley II v Letchworth III (Lucas Lane, Hitchin CC) Sandridge v Letchworth III (Fairfield Hall) Sandridge v Flamstead (Spencer Meadows) St Margaretsbury II v Old Camdenians (St Margaretsbury Rec Ground) Totteridge Millhillians III v Hertford III (Balls Park) Clifton v Harpenden III (Woburn Road) UCA v.Broxbourne III (UCL Athletic Road) Hemel Hempstead Town III v Bovingdon (Heath Park - Nursery Ground) Leverstock Green II v Eversholt II (Eversholt Recreation Ground) Old Cholmeleians v Old Albanian II (Hendon Wood Lane) Hatfield v Cheshunt (Albury Ride) Totteridge Millhillians III v St Margaretsbury II (Gypsy Corner) Reed II v Old Haberdashers (OHCC, Croxdale Road, Borehamwood)

2018 2009 2001 2013 2002 06/05/2017 12/05/2018 12/09/2020 16/07/2016 10/08/2019 02/09/2017 08/09/2012 21/05/2016 23/06/2018 02/07/2016 25/05/2019 07/08/2004 01/07/2006 14/07/2001 08/06/2013 29/05/2004 20/07/2002 22/07/2000 28/05/2016 07/05/2011 26/05/2018 24/06/2017 23/06/2007 15/08/2009 06/07/2013 16/07/2005 10/05/2008 18/05/2002 15/07/2006 25/07/2015 2005 2004 2009 2003 2003 23/06/2012 09/08/2003 08/08/2009 16/05/2009 17/05/2014 19/08/2000 21/08/2004 21/06/2008 03/07/2004 08/09/2007 07/09/2013 08/09/2012 12/06/2004 04/09/2010 20/08/2011 19/05/2007 08/06/2013 15/07/2000 28/08/2004 26/05/2018 21/07/2012 08/05/2010 17/06/2000 15/06/2013 31/05/2014

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Division Seven (Includes Divisions 7A & 7B from 2015) Most Runs In A Season 1060 968 968 880 828

J. Viloen (Northchurch II) I Horton (Dunstable III) I Horton (Dunstable III) M. Dyer (Waltham X Rosedale) W A J Pugh (Weston)

Highest Individual Scores 216* 201* 190* 184 180* 179* 177 171* 170* 167* 166 163* 162* 158* 156* 156 155 154* 153* 153 152* 152* 152 146* 146* 145* 145 144 142* 141* 141 140

Z Roy P Lewis M. Cara J. Viljoen L Frey S. Norris G W Wise C. Yorath J Pearce J Carter W Pugh M. Smith K Watson S Humphries J. Viljoen O Dalrymple R. Blair R. Murphy M J Burgess RA Timms M. Dyer W A J Pugh S. Mohammed P. Macmurdie J. Crawley A. Summerfield D. Merryweather A Garratt J. Viljoen H. Abdallah M. Hoffman J Blackburn

2014 2017 2018 2000 2016

65 Jigar Mehta (Hatfield Crusaders) 2007 61 D S Rogers (Flamstead) 2009 60 G. Robinson (Holtwhites Trinibis II) 2001 58 P Tidey (Reed II) 2013 55 S Khalique (Old Cholmeleians) 2009

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54 52 50 50 48 48

2018 2002 2003 2010 2017 30/06/2018 23/06/2018 17/05/2014 06/09/2014 02/09/2017 28/05/2005 30/06/2018 22/07/2000 27/08/2016 18/05/2019 26/05/2018 26/05/2007 25/05/2019 02/07/2016 31/05/2014 17/05/2014 05/07/2008 23/06/2001 30/07/2011 07/09/2019 20/05/2000 11/06/2016 18/05/2013 23/07/2005 30/07/2016 10/05/2008 17/05/2008 30/04/2011 02/08/2014 02/05/2009 28/07/2001 16/05/2015

B. Roberts (Kings Langley II) A McQueen (Watford Town II) M. Batchelor (Ware) P. Osgood (Hertford III) A. Green (Elstree) N J M (Smith Hexton)

2000 2009 2001 2004 2002 2013

Little Berkhamsted Sahibs v Elstree (Aldenham Road) Old Finchleians II v Hatfield II (Ascots Lane) Hexton v Rickmansworth II (Park Road) Southgate Adelaide II v Old Albanian II (The Walker Ground) Leverstock Green II v Shenley Village (Shenley Park) Old Owens II v Waltham X Rosedale II (Waltham X Rosedale II) Tewin v Knebworth Park III (Upper Green) Elstree v Hertford III (Balls Park) Potten End v Bovingdon (Potten End) Harpenden IV v Old Finchleians II (St. George's School ) Greenwood Park v Datchworth II (Greenwood Park) Reed v Rickmansworth II (Blacksmith Lane) Cavendish v Hatfield Crusaders (Birchwood Leisure Centre) Abbots Langley II v Old Finchleians II (Woodside Park) St. Albans III v Holtwhites Trinibis II (Verulam School) Old Cholmeleians v Graveley (Hendon Wood Lane) Wheathampstead II v Dunstable III (Nomansland Common) Redbourn III v Hoddesdon II (North Common Road) Old Cholmeleians II v Old Finchleians II (Hendon Wood Lane) Hatfield II v Waltham X Rosedale (Ascots Lane) Holtwhites Trinibis II v Northampton Exiles II (Clowes Ground) Old Owens v Old Centralians (King George V Playing Fields) Harpenden IV v Chipperfield Clarendon III (Hervines Park, Amersham)

31/08/2002 02/05/2009 25/05/2013 08/09/2012 30/08/2003 17/05/2014 08/07/2017 13/07/2002 10/08/2019 13/06/2009 10/08/2019 02/07/2005 16/08/2003 23/07/2011 14/08/2004 09/09/2006 09/07/2011 11/08/2007 08/08/2009 22/05/2010 02/06/2001 16/08/2003 13/08/2011

Best Bowling Performances T. Rees K. Savani N. J. M. Smith B. Cohen M. Schools R. Handelaar D Smith A. Green M Gurney I. Moxon-Booth A Hussain R. Robertson M. Jayasinghe B Mwita R. Tant Nader Bawani N Martin N. Sinfield N. Marine G. H. Wynne G. Robinson R. Hattrell S Jones

Z.Roy (Old Camdenians) A. Moore (Old Centralians) J. Al-Darraji (Shenley Village) B Irwin (Southgate Adelaide II) B Chaudhry (Rickmansworth II)

Old Camdenians v Chipperfield Clarendon II (Chipperfield) Dunstable III v Rickmansworth II (Lancot Park (Nursery)) Mill Hill Village v Watton-at-Stone (The Meadow) Northchurch II v Radlett IV (The Meadow) Berkhamsted II v Old Cholmeleians II (Berkhamsted) Eversholt II v Elstree (Eversholt Recreation Ground) Chipperfield Clarendon II v Old Camdenians (Chipperfield Common) Redbourn II v Kings Langley II (North Common Road) Broxbourne III v Ware (Mill Lane) Old Owens II v Datchworth II (Old Owens CC) Weston v Potters Bar III (Dame Alice Owens School) Hexton v Graveley (Nine Acres) Northwood II v Greenwood Park (Ducks Hill Road) Broxbourne III v Rickmansworth II (Mill Lane) Northchurch II v Eversholt II (Eversholt CC) Watton-at-Stone v Mill Hill Village (The Meadow) Redbourn II v Northwood Town II (North Common Road) Northwood II v Elstree (Aldenham Road) Abbots Langley II v Hexton (Manor House Ground) Flitwick III v Bovingdon (The Whitbread Estate) Waltham Cross Rosedale v Elstree (Rosedale Sports Club) Weston v Great Gaddesden (Great Gaddesden) Great Gaddesden v Letchworth Garden City III (Bridens Camp) North Enfield II v St Albans III (Strayfield Road) Great Gaddesden v St Margaretsbury II (St Margaretsbury) Flitwick II v Dunstable III (Lancot Park) Old Finchleians II v Old Cholmelians (Woodside Park) Eversholt II v Southgate Adelaide II (Walker Ground) Northchurch II v Watton-at-Stone (Watton-at-Stone CC) Watford II v Eversholt II (Eversholt Recreation Ground) Northwood Town II v Dunstable III (Lancot Park) Bovingdon v Northchurch II (Northchurch)

Most Wickets In A Season

9-24 9-44 9-61 9-65 9-79 8-8 8-15 8-16 8-16 8-17 8-17 8-19 8-21 8-22 8-24 8-25 8-25 8-26 8-29 8-30 8-31 8-31 8-32

828 805 805 777 776


Division Eight (Includes Divisions 8A & 8B from 2015) Most Runs In A Season 1076 1016 1005 957 951

T Allum (Little B. Sahibs) J Howard (Pirton) J Lituri (Northchurch II) A Elliott (Shenley Village III) P Hazell (Elstree)

Highest Individual Scores 191 170* 170 166 164 162 161* 161* 161* 159 158* 156 155 155 154 151* 151* 150* 150 149 149 148 146 146 145* 143 141* 141* 140* 140* 140

J. Howard G.S.Tinsley J. Lituri RA Timms H White J Howard T. G. Edwards M. S. Walters P. J. McDuell T Allum A Elliott J Pearson J. Thorp A. Khan A. Pallett M. Manzoor K. Grant W Poynton D Maskell M.Shorts T Allum J Randall D. Sanders R. Boyd D. M. Watson RA Timms K. Owen R. Ball J Howard P Lewis Nick Fielden

T. A. Savanhu (Wormley II) S. Long (Met Police Bushey) B Roberts (Waltham X Rosedale II) S England (Cheshunt) M. Brown (County Hall II) J. Hollis J. Cheeseman Jnr R. M. Robertson A. Wild A. P. T. Wilkinson R. Blackman N.Shorts A Ahmed T. A. Savanhu M Samulak S Dempsey M.Javaid G. Downes A. Dean M. Hunt H Davies R. Thiruchelvam S. Jones J. Absolam C. Kerr T. A. Savanhu S. Long V Nathulal P.Shah M. Blackwell

G. Thomason (Met Police Bushey) A. Ansari (Offley & Stopsley) T.Allum (Little Berkhamsted Sahibs) R A Timms (Flitwick III) P McDuell (Eversholt II)

2001 2006 2008 2008 2002

57 55 55 53 53

2006 2018 2018 2018 2010 21/05/2016 08/05/2010 01/06/2013 01/09/2018 21/05/2011 17/06/2017 05/07/2003 21/08/2004 12/06/2010 01/08/2015 03/08/2019 04/05/2013 19/07/2003 13/08/2005 01/07/2006 19/06/2004 30/08/2008 03/08/2019 28/07/2018 30/08/2003 15/08/2015 28/07/2018 01/06/2013 12/08/2000 19/05/2007 21/07/2018 05/08/2000 05/07/2014 27/06/2015 22/08/2015 24/06/2017

G. Robinson (Holtwhites Trinibis II) A. P. T. Wilkinson (Flamstead) S Cragwell (Holtwhites Trinibis II) A. P. T. Wilkinson (Flamstead) A Jones (Baldock)

2000 2007 2008 2005 2013

Ickleford II v Reed II (Walnut Way) Great Gaddesden v Langleybury III (Bridens Camp) Reed II v Langleybury III (Hunton Bridge) Ickleford II v London Colney II (Walnut Way) Flamstead v Hatfield II (Ascots Lane) London Colney II v Welwyn Garden City III (Green Street, Shenley) Old Haberdashers II v North Mymms III (Old Owens CCC) Dunstable III v Datchworth II (Lancot Park) Wormley II v London Colney II (Church Lane) Bayford & Hertford II v Cockfosters III (Bayford) Knebworth Park lV v Elstree (Aldenham Road) Old Haberdashers II v North Enfield II (Strayfield Road) Weston v Bayford and Hertford II (Weston Park) St Albans III v Reed III (Verulam School) Hoddesdon III v Stevenage III (Ditchmore Lane) Hatch End v Met Police Bushey II (Aldenham Road) Old Owens II v Langleybury III (Coppers Lane) Harpenden IV v Bayford & Hertford II (Rothamsted Research) Harpenden IV v Wheathampstead II (St George’s School) Allenburys v Holtwhites Trinibis II (Kirkland Drive) Wormley II v Hatfield Crusaders (Church Lane) Met Police Bushey v Northwood Town II (Aldenham Road) Northampton Exiles II v Hemel Hempstead Town IV (Clowes Sports Ground) County Hall II v Cockfosters III (Leahoe) Hoddesdon III v Dunstable II (Roydon CC)

07/07/2001 11/08/2012 09/06/2001 19/05/2001 20/08/2005 24/05/2003 24/06/2006 14/05/2016 11/08/2001 20/08/2011 28/06/2008 24/05/2003 23/07/2005 11/06/2016 14/08/2004 16/08/2014 06/07/2013 14/06/2014 02/06/2007 15/08/2009 01/09/2001 02/09/2006 09/07/2016 03/05/2008 30/04/2005

Best Bowling Performances 9-25 9-36 9-46 9-69 8-7 8-8 8-8 8-10 8-12 8-12 8-14 8-15 8-15 8-21 8-22 8-22 8-25 8-26 8-27 8-30 8-31 8-32 8-32 8-36 8-37

939 909 865 839 782

Pirton v Harpenden IV (Pirton Recreation Ground) Chipperfield Clarendon III v Northwood Town II (Hervines Park) Northchurch II v Old Camdenians II (The Meadow) Flitwick III v Wheathampstead II (Southill Park) Cockfosters III v Letchworth IV (Kirkland Drive) Pirton v Luton Town & Indians IV (Pirton Recreation Ground) Welwyn Garden City III v Ickleford (Welwyn Playing Fields) Welwyn Garden City III v Stevenage III (Welwyn Playing Fields) Eversholt II v Botany Bay II (Eversholt Recreation Ground) Little B. Sahibs v Bayford & Hertford (Recreation Ground) Shenley Village III v Stevenage IV (Shenley Cricket Centre) Hemel Hempstead IV v Northampton Exiles II (Old Owens) Southgate Adelaide II v Wormley (Walker Ground) Hatfield Crusaders v Wormley (Church Lane) Hoddesdon III v St Albans III (Lowfield) Watford II v Southgate Adelaide II (Walker Ground) Cheshunt v North Enfield II (Strayfield Road) Shenley Village III v Stevenage IV (Shenley Cricket Centre) Wheathampstead II v Old Cholmeleians II (Nomansland) Old Haberdashers II v Hoddesdon III (Croxdale Road) Little B. Sahibs v Sawbridgeworth III (Recreation Ground) Northchurch II v Redbourn III (Redbourn Recreation Centre) North Enfield II v Sawbridgeworth III (Leventhorpe School) Knebworth Park III v Hertford III (Balls Park) Flamstead v Botany Bay II (Friendless Oval) Flitwick III v St Albans III (Southill Park) Allenburys v Cockfosters III (Roe Hill Hall) Langleybury III v Sawbridgeworth III (Town Fields) Pirton v Northampton Exiles II (Walnut Tree Road) Dunstable Town III v Letchworth IV (Fairfield Hall) Radlett IV v Greenwood Park (Radlett)

Most Wickets In A Season 78 63 61 60 59

2015 2015 2013 2019 2009

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Division Nine (Includes Divisions 9A & 9B from 2015) Most Runs In A Season 1039 966 913 880 834

P Rothery (Sandridge II) A Elliott (Shenley Village III) G. Williams (Cockfosters III) M K Davis (Bayford & Hertford II) Chris Munroe (Aldenham)

Highest Individual Scores 195* 181* 173 172* 169 168 167 162 160* 159* 155* 155* 155* 155* 155 154* 154 153* 152* 151* 150* 150 146* 146 145 144* 142 140* 140* 140 137* 137 136* 135* 135*

P Lynch P. Hazell R Timms J. Hare D. DeRosa Z Mahmood M. Barton M Samuels B Rose M Gurney P. G. Marshall H. Davies S. Bulger S Bateman Chris Munroe H. Matcham P Rothery C. Sargeant N. Corbett G. Williams Chris Munroe L Rossiter S. McNamara P Rothery M Mandalia A.Arora A. Hills M Hughes M Hughes T R D Millard J Spencer C Suckling D W Morris M. Baker R Bell

T. Head (Northchurch II) B. Roberts (Waltham X Rosedale II) J. Vadera (Hatch End II) K Samarakoon (Hatfield Hyde II) H Davies (Hatch End II) M. Brown (County Hall) S. James (Greenwood Park)

Best Bowling Performances 10-51 9-3 9-26 9-62 9-65 8-5 8-21 8-22 8-22 8-23 8-24 8-26 8-27 8-28 8-29 8-30 8-30 8-31 8-32 128

D. Milesi M Gurney N. Farouk H. Davies M. Rehman G Balakrishnan T. Laverack J. Patel A. Jones M. Chalkley K Samarakoon K. Tirmizi R. Pyrah J. Smith A. Jones C. Kerr M. Lewarne Waseem Pervez G. B. Parish

771 745 728 723 723

J Williams (Shenley Village III) P Pothery (Sandridge II) M Hughes (Letchworth IV) P Hazell (Elstree) A Akhtar (Potten End)

2018 2019 2009 2010 2017

Welwyn Garden City IV v Reed III (Reed CC) 23/06/2018 Elstree v Leverstock Green III (Parmiters School) 03/07/2010 Flitwick III v Hatfield Hyde II (King George V) 03/09/2016 Ickleford Cricketers v North Mymms III (Hitchin Boys’ School) 19/08/2006 Hoddesdon III v Clifton II (Claybridge Ground) 01/09/2001 Old Haberdashers II v Watton-at-Stone II (Croxdale Road) 09/07/2011 Broxbourne III v Greenwood Park (Mill Lane Close) 10/07/2010 Hemel Hempstead Town IV v Abbots Langley III (Heath Park - Nursery Ground) 19/05/2018 Old Minchendenians v Sandridge II (Bramley Road) 14/07/2018 Potten End v Bayford & Hertford II (Potten End) 13/05/2017 Hexton II v Langleybury III (Higham Gobion Road) 19/07/2003 Hatch End II v Potters Bar IV (Shaftesbury Field) 24/07/2010 Met Police Bushey II v Broxbourne III (Mill Lane Close) 24/07/2010 Northchurch II v Kings Langley III (Rudolph Steiner School) 20/08/2016 Aldenham v Old Minchendenians (Aldenham Social Club) 01/06/2019 Old Cholmeleians II v Parkfield and Headstone II (Saddlers Mead) 04/08/2007 Sandridge II v Old Minchendenians (Old Minchendenians CC) 14/07/2018 Broxbourne III v Potters Bar IV (Mill Lane Close) 03/07/2010 Old Owens II v Allenburys (Allenburys Sports & Social Club) 14/05/2005 Cockfosters III v Shenley Village II (Tudor Ground) 10/05/2003 Aldenham v Langleybury III (Aldenham Social Club) 22/06/2019 Abbots Langley 3 v London Colney 2 (London Colney) 06/05/2017 Harpenden IV v Elstree II (St George’s School) 14/06/2005 Sandridge II v Hemel Hempstead Town IV (Hemel Hempstead Town CC) 16/06/2018 Shenley Village III v Leverstock Green III (Parmiters School) 25/07/2015 Greenwood Park v Abbots Langley III (Greenwood Park) 14/06/2014 Northwood Town II v London Colney II (Chestnut Avenue) 11/08/2012 Letchworth Garden City IV v Reed III (Fairfield Park) 19/05/2018 Letchworth Garden City IV v Reed III (Fairfield Park) 16/06/2018 North Mymms III v Hitchin III (Chancellors School) 06/05/2017 Codicote v Letchworth IV (Bury Lane) 04/09/2010 Northchurch II v Redbourn III (The Meadow, Northchurch) 02/07/2016 Bayford & Hertford II v Parkfield & Headstone II (The Green, Bayford) 13/07/2019 Greenwood Park v Old Owens (Greenwood Park) 20/08/2005 Hemel Hempstead Town IV v Sandridge II (Heath Park - Nursery Ground) 16/06/2018

Most Wickets In A Season 74 68 62 62 61 58 55

2018 2018 2003 2013 2019

2003 54 G. Gregory (Clarendon II) 2003 50 M. Rehman (Totteridge II) 2007 50 A. Bayes (Stevenage III) 2011 50 S. James (Greenwood Park) 2009 50 E. Gunning (Langleybury III) 2001 50 D. Crawley (Langleybury III) 2002

Broxbourne III v Monken Hadley (Mill Lane Close) Potten End v Shenley Village III (Potten End) Elstree II v Met Police Bushey (Aldenham Road, Bushey) Hatch End v Rickmansworth III (Park Road) Totteridge II v Hoddesdon III (Totteridge Green) Hoddesdon 3s v Harpenden (Roydon) Hoddesdon III v Braughing II (Richard Hale School) Waltham Cross Rosedale II v Hatfield Hyde II (Rosedale Sports Club) Baldock II v Berkhamsted III (Avenue Park) Hertford IV v Pirton (Balls Park) Hatfield Hyde II v Harpenden Dolphins (King George V Playing Fields) Bentley Heath v Stevenage III (Ditchmore Lane) Potters Bar III v Potton Town II (Potters Bar) Little B. Sahibs v Leverstock Green III (Parmiters School) Northchurch II v Datchworth II (Datchworth Green) Allenburys v Stevenage III (Ditchmore Lane) Berkhamsted II v Broxbourne III (Mill Lane Close) Greenwood Park v Sandridge II (Spencer Meadows) Sawbridgeworth III v Stevenage III (Leventhorpe School)

2002 2002 2003 2004 2005 2005 09/05/2009 10/06/2017 26/07/2003 10/08/2013 20/07/2002 15/06/2019 08/09/2001 02/07/2005 16/06/2012 01/06/2013 20/08/2011 30/08/2008 04/08/2001 30/08/2014 02/09/2000 14/07/2007 20/07/2013 20/05/2006 17/06/2006


Division Ten (Includes Divisions 10A & 11B from 2015) Most Runs In A Season 783 773 751 702 700

L Richards (Codicote) B G Wilson (Bayford & Hertford II) H. Matcham (Old Cholmeleians II) K. Shinner (Ickleford Cricketers) J Garnham (Preston III)

Highest Individual Scores 215 203* 201* 182 171 170 167 166 164* 163 162* 162 160* 159* 158* 157* 157* 153* 153* 153 152* 151 150* 146 143 142* 142* 141 140* 140 140 138* 138* 138* 137*

JS Wailes BG Wilson N Shah L. Strickland S Dibb Charlie Munroe L. Richards M Ambler D Garfield G Rhodes S Rafiq L. Richards N. Robinson B. Cashin L Peace V. Muller J Chapman R Cooper C Willis J Pickard R. Fells C Wallis Chris Munroe B. Brooks M. Rasheed N.Powell K Harber Chris Wright D Albon Chris Munroe R Sehgal P. Butcher J Garnham K Jones R Gajjar

A.P.T.Wilkinson (Flamstead) M Rose (Chorleywood III) H Davies (Hatch End) P Reeve (Northwood III) J. Zani (Old Cholmeleians II)

Best Bowling Performances 9-22 9-27 9-38 9-39 9-44 9-62 8-12 8-21 8-21 8-23 8-23 8-24 8-25 8-25 8-26 8-28 8-29 8-32 8-33 8-33 8-34

M. Akers A Wright I. R. Mackay D. Camm T. Britton P. S. James Idris Hussain J. Brooks N Borkhataria J. Byatt Jittu Vadera N. J. Rice M. Lewis S. Bowers D. Allen J. Vadera C LAD B. Roberts S Godfrey P.Reeve D Overton

682 673 667 661 653

R Fells (Northwood III) R Mackey (Northwood III) J Borkhataria (Abbots Langley III) S. P. Dare (Chorleywood III) D Gairola (Watford Town III)

Bayford & Hertford II v Datchworth III (The Green) Bayford & Hertford II v Datchworth III (The Green) Mill Hill Village v Little Berkhamsted Sahibs (Recreation Ground) Bovingdon v Dunstable IV (Bovingdon Green) Hitchin III v Abbots Langley III (Lucas Lane) Aldenham v Chorleywood III (Chorleywood) Codicote v Shenley Village III (Old Camdenians CC) Hertingfordbury II v Cockfosters III (Hertingfordbury) Frogmore II v Ickleford III (Ickleford) Old Albanian III v Botany Bay III (East Lodge Lane) Holtwhites Trinibis III v Shenley Village III (Holtwhites Trinibis CC) Codicote v Metropolitan Police Bushey II (Bury Lane) Broxbourne III v Potton Town II (Mill Lane Close) Harpenden Dolphins v West Herts III (Woodside Playing Fields, Watford) Bentley Heath II v Broxbourne IV (Broxbourne Sports Club) Old Elizabethans II v Ickleford II (Walnut Way) Frogmore v Kings Langley III (Ruldolf Steiner School) Hitchin III v Sandridge II (Spencer Meadows) Broxbourne IV v Preston III (Mill Lane) Potten End v Knebworth Park IV (Knebworth Park) Northwood III v Shenley Village II (Northwood) Southgate Compton v West Herts IV (Rudolf Steiner School) Aldenham v Bayford & Hertford II (Bayford Green) Chorleywood III v Old Elizabethans II (Westwood Park) Luton Town & Indians IV v North Mymms III (Hawkshead Lane) Broxbourne III v Rickmansworth III (Mill Lane Close) Frogmore II v Rickmansworth III (Frogmore) Boxmoor II v Kings Langley III (Boxmoor Oval) Frogmore II v Holtwhites Trinibis III (Holtwhites Hill) Aldenham v Hatfield & Crusaders III (Hatfield) Old Haberdashers II v Northwood III (Croxdale Road) Ware II v Kings Langley III (Highfields) Preston III v Botany Bay III (Botany Bay) North Enfield II v Cockfosters III (North Enfield) Shenley Village III v Hitchin III (Shenley Cricket Centre)

Most Wickets In A Season 69 67 60 57 56

2009 2018 2006 2005 2015

2003 2009 2011 2009 2006

55 54 53 52 51

P Lucy (Codicote) A. J. Tillbrook (St. Thomas) D J Searle (North Mymms III) D. Allen (Ickleford Cricketers) I Montague (Northampton Exiles II)

Datchworth II v Dunstable IV (Lancot Park) Kings Langley III v North Mymms III (Rudolf Steiner School) Welwyn Garden City IV v Old Cholmeleians II (Ottway Walk) Sandridge II v Luton Town and Indians IV (Spencer Meadows) Monken Hadley v Hoddesdon III (Richard Hale School, Hertford) Sawbridgeworth III v Hatch End II (Ferneux Pelham CC) Harpenden V v Hertingfordbury II (Rothamsted Research) Harpenden Dolphins v Baldock II (Rothamsted Park) Abbots Langley III v Chorleywood III (Bedmond SC) Waltham Cross Rosedale II v Watford III (Woodside Playing Fields) Hatch End II v Knebworth Park IV (Shaftesbury Field) Chorleywood III v Hatfield Hyde II (King George V Playing Fields) Baldock Town II v Hatch End II (Shaftesbury Field) Little Berkhamsted Sahibs v Kings Langley III (LBRG) Ickleford Cricketers v St Albans IV (Hitchin Boys School) Hatch End v West Herts III (Aldenham Road) Chorleywood III v Ickelford (Sports Field) Waltham Cross Rosedale II v Letchworth IV (Letchworth) Old Elizabethans II v Welwyn Garden City IV (Welwyn Playing Fields) Northwood III v Flamstead II (Great Missenden Pelicans CC) Mill Hill Village v Pirton (Burton Hole Lane)

2008 2009 2009 2006 2018 23/06/2018 23/06/2018 09/07/2011 24/07/2010 30/07/2011 08/07/2017 25/07/2009 03/06/2017 21/07/2018 09/07/2016 09/08/2014 20/06/2009 02/08/2008 31/08/2002 18/07/2015 01/07/2006 11/06/2011 14/05/2011 21/05/2016 14/05/2016 05/07/2008 07/09/2019 11/08/2018 19/06/2010 25/05/2013 17/05/2008 14/07/2018 27/06/2009 07/09/2019 10/06/2017 08/08/2020 29/06/2002 29/08/2015 13/07/2019 03/05/2014 2009 2000 2013 2005 2008 22/05/2004 30/06/2012 07/07/2001 17/08/2013 05/08/2000 24/06/2000 24/06/2017 26/08/2006 02/07/2011 18/08/2001 04/06/2005 29/07/2006 16/07/2005 11/07/2009 16/07/2005 11/08/2012 12/07/2014 12/08/2000 28/05/2011 29/06/2013 11/06/2011 129


Division Eleven (2000-2013) Most Runs In A Season 867 798 778 769 767

E. J. Riddle (Hertford IV) C. Rawlings (Frogmore) C. Rawlings (Frogmore) K. Shinner (Ickleford Cricketers) S. P. Dare (Chorleywood II)

Highest Individual Scores 177 173* 170* 162 160 157* 153* 153 148* 148* 144 143* 140 139 137* 137* 136 136 135 135 134 134 132 131 128* 127

N. Aylieff D. Smith M. Lovitt C Rawlings C. Wallis I. Smith E. J. Riddle M. King S. Hoar R. Davis I. Smith C Rawlings R. Watson C. Lee D. Pursey C Whitworth H. Sookraj J Al-Darraji K. Shinner J. Chapman Samitha Jayakody S. Evans M. Baskett A. Hardwicke E. J. Riddle M. Tipper

C Richards (Codicote) D Rhodes (Southgate Compton II) D. Allen (Ickleford Cricketers) D. Allen (Ickleford Cricketers) D. Rhodes (Southgate Compton II)

Best Bowling Performances 10-49 9-5 9-16 9-18 9-20 9-20 9-27 9-32 9-35 9-36 9-55 9-56 9-57 9-71 8-9 8-11 8-17 8-19 8-22 8-26 8-27 8-28 8-28 8-28 8-31 8-34 8-35 8-38 8-39 8-41 130

S. Clarke K. Wood C. Bollig D. Allen H. D. M. Morter J. Byatt D. Murphy M. J. T. Rose A. Cook C Starr J. Sherwood Zak Iqbal S Clarke D. Barker J. Jarvis P. Kilduff Z Mughal K. Ruane M. Burke P. Reeve I. Minter D. Allen P. Reeve D. Rhodes D. Allen J. Reza P. Reeve P. Reeve J. Byatt G. Burton

701 700 692 667 611

A Albon (Frogmore) D. Pursey (Ickleford Cricketers) K Walker (Southgate Compton II) I. Smith (Flamstead) N. Brady (Hertingfordbury III)

2009 2004 2010 2002 2005

Bentley Heath v Ibis (Hunton Park) 12/05/2001 Letchworth V v Old Albanian III (Woollam Playing Fields) 22/08/2009 Abbots Langley II v Rickmansworth III (Thomas Parmiter Sports Centre) 14/06/2003 Frogmore v St Margaretsbury III (Park Street Lane) 22/05/2004 Southgate Compton II v Hertford IV (Balls Park) 26/06/2010 Flamstead v Bentley Heath (Friendless Oval, Flamstead) 17/08/2002 Hertford IV v St Margaretsbury III (Balls Park) 29/07/2006 Reed III v Hitchin II (Freman College, Buntingford) 19/06/2010 Luton Town III v Broxbourne III (Broxbourne) 05/08/2000 Old Albanian III v Broxbourne III (Mill Lane Close) 24/06/2006 Flamstead v Ibis (Hunton Park) 01/09/2001 Frogmore v Radlett V (Park Street Lane) 12/06/2004 Holtwhites Trinibis III v Met Police Bushey III (Aldenham Road) 11/08/2012 Broxbourne III v Northampton Exiles II (Clowes Ground) 26/05/2007 Ickleford Cricketers v Frogmore (Park Street Lane) 28/08/2004 Stevenage IV v Hertingfordbury II (St Mary's Lane) 30/04/2011 St. Albans West Indian v Dunstable IV (Lancot Park) 24/06/2000 Shenley Village III v St Margaretsbury III (St Margaretsbury Recreation Ground) 04/06/2011 Ickleford Cricketers v Frogmore (Park Street Lane) 28/08/2004 Frogmore v North Mymms IV (Aldenham Road, Bushey) 23/05/2009 Potters Bar IV v Abbots Langley III (Parmiter’s School) 16/07/2005 Leverstock Green III v Met Police Bushey II (Parmiters School) 24/06/2006 Frogmore v Waltham Cross Rosedale III (Frogmore) 03/07/2010 Berkhamsted III v Boxmoor II (Boxmoor) 26/06/2010 Hertford IV v Cheshunt II (Balls Park) 17/07/2010 Watton-at-Stone II v Southgate Compton II (Heath Mount School) 01/08/2009

Most Wickets In A Season 64 62 59 54 54

2007 2003 2004 2004 2005

2008 2009 2003 2004 2006

52 51 51 51 49

K Wood (Shenley Village III) M. J. T. Rose (Chorleywood III) G Watkins (Cheshunt II) K Wood (Shenley Village III) M. J. T. Rose (Chorleywood III)

Met Police Bushey II v Sawbridgeworth IV (Leventhorpe School) Shenley Village III v Chipperfield Clarendon III (Hervines Park) Knebworth Park V v Baldock II (Aston CC) Ickleford Cricketers v Leverstock Green III (Hitchin Boys’ School) Sawbridgeworth IV v Cheshunt II (Leventhorpe School) Waltham Cross Rosedale III v North Mymms IV (Rosedale Sports Club) Knebworth Park V v Codicote (Bury Lane) Chorleywood III v Potters Bar IV (Westwood Park) Flamstead v Bentley Heath (Wrotham Park Estate) Hatfield Crusaders II v Knebworth Park V (Roe Hill Hall) Old Albanian III v Rickmansworth III (Park Road) Shenley Village III v Ware (OH) II (Richard Hale School) Met Police Bushey II v Kings Langley III (Aldenham Road) Potters Bar IV v Kings Langley III (Rudolf Steiner School) Botany Bay III v St Margaretsbury III (St Margaretsbury Recreation Ground) Dunstable IV v Broxbourne III (Broxbourne) Northampton Exiles III v Old Albanian III (Woollams Playing Fields) Shenley Village III v Ware II (Shenley Park) Met Police Bushey v Chorleywood III (Westwood Park) Northwood III v Wormley III (Church Lane) Dunstable IV v Flamstead (Lancot Park) Ickleford Cricketers v Abbots Langley III (Thomas Parmiter Sports Centre) Northwood III v Southgate Compton II (Amersham) Southgate Compton II v Hertford IV (Hadley Field) Ickleford Cricketers v Rickmansworth III (Hitchin Boys’ School) Radlett V v Southgate Compton II (Queens' School, Bushey) Northwood III v Luton Town & Indians III (Northwood) Northwood III v St Margaretsbury III (Amersham) Waltham Cross Rosedale III v Met Police (Bushey) II (Aldenham Road) Mill Hill Village II v Shenley Village III (Napsbury Park)

2013 2005 2009 2011 2003 22/07/2006 03/08/2013 24/08/2002 31/05/2003 16/05/2009 22/08/2009 28/06/2008 25/06/2005 30/06/2001 02/07/2011 08/07/2006 22/05/2004 08/07/2006 24/06/2006 29/06/2013 03/06/2000 13/08/2011 02/07/2005 02/06/2001 11/05/2002 24/06/2000 31/05/2003 18/06/2005 08/07/2006 12/07/2003 29/08/2009 17/05/2003 04/06/2005 02/06/2007 27/07/2013


Division Twelve (2000-2013) Most Runs In A Season 964 723 613 603 580

S G Bulger (North Mymms IV) D Saunders (Preston IV) M. Terry (North Mymms IV) P. Warren (Great Gaddesden) G Ayhe (Hemel Hempstead V)

Highest Individual Scores 180* 171* 169* 166* 166 162* 161* 158* 150* 149* 147 143* 138* 136* 133* 133* 132 131 130 128 128 127 126 125 123* 123* 123 123 122

W. Abrahams M. J. Robertson A. Patel T. Nicholls A. R. L. Emerton M. Dyer L. Richards D. M. Watson Qasim Hayani W. Abrahams G. Ahye T. Speller K. Brady K. Lotzoff G. Keene S. G. Bulger R. B. Mills D. Blacktopp M Horwood K. Lotzof C. Whitworth S.G.Bulger S. Carter C. Murphy R. Boyes D. Waight G. Swaby S.G.Bulger S.G.Bulger

J Morris (Southgate Adelaide III) P Ashby (Stevenage IV) Z Khan (Watford Town III) S Emmins (Redbourn III) R Clayton (Watton-at-Stone II)

Best Bowling Performances 10-38 9-21 9-27 9-35 9-37 9-37 8-19 8-23 8-26 8-27 8-30 8-33 8-37 8-38 8-45 8-47 8-50 8-55 8-67 7-7 7-8 7-10 7-10 7-10 7-12 7-12 7-16

K. Jeyanathan T. Abbas A. Chaudry J. E. Josiah T. Hemingway N. Johnson A Singh S. Avers S Emmins Sailesh Patel K Mistry R. B. Mills W. Welch R. Crawford C. Williams J. Vin C. Bollig B. Dearman M.Terry U. Zaman H. Choudhry N. Frid Y. Nadeem R. Clayton R. Evans Z. Khan J. Mihill

564 547 546 523 521

L. Richards (Codicote) W. Abrahams (Ibis) R Dawson-Goodey (Old Owens III) A Patel (Tewin II) C Whitworth (Stevenage IV)

Ibis v Monken Hadley II (Bentley Heath CC) Sawbridgeworth IV v Tewin (Bishop’s Stortford CC, Cricketfield Lane) Tewin II v Shenley Village IV (Upper Green) Waltham Cross Rosedale III v Wormley III (Rosedale Sports Club) Tewin II v Knebworth Park VI (Upper Green) Waltham Cross Rosedale III v Welwyn Garden City III (Welwyn PF) Codicote v Broxbourne III (Bury Lane) Flamstead II v Hitchin III (Flamstead Oval) Two Woods v Chorleywood II (Met Police Ground, Bushey) Ibis v Old Albanian III (Bentley Heath CC) Hemel Hempstead V v Preston III (Woodside) Waltham Cross Rosedale III v Sawbridgeworth IV (Rosedale Sports Club) Cockfosters IV v St Margaretsbury III (St Margaretsbury Rec Ground) Monken Hadley II v Hertford IV (Balls Park) Met Police Bushey II v North Mymms IV (Aldenham Road) North Mymms IV v Ware II (Aldenham Road, Bushey) Thorley II v Potters Bar IV (Thorley Lane) Potters Bar IV v Tewin II (Owens School) Chiltern 06 v Ware II (Chauncy School, Ware) Monken Hadley v Tewin II (Hadley Field) Stevenage IV v Monken Hadley II (King George V Playing Fields) North Mymms IV v Northampton Exiles III (Aldenham Road, Bushey) Hertingfordbury II v Baldock II (St Mary’s Lane) St. Albans IV v Harpenden IV (St George’s School) Monken Hadley v Hoddesdon IV (Roydon CC) Watton-at-Stone II v North Mymms IV (The Meadow) St. Margaretsbury IV v Old Albanian III (St Margaretsbury Rec Ground) North Mymms IV v Potters Bar V (Old Owens CC) North Mymms IV v Hemel Hempstead V (Aldenham Road, Bushey)

Most Wickets In A Season 60 56 53 51 50

2008 2013 2006 2007 2009

2013 2009 2013 2011 2008

49 45 45 44 44

2007 2004 2008 2009 2009 21/08/2004 03/07/2004 29/08/2009 17/06/2006 17/06/2006 30/07/2005 26/05/2007 19/07/2008 08/07/2000 07/08/2004 18/07/2009 24/07/2004 26/06/2010 28/05/2005 31/07/2004 23/08/2008 19/07/2003 31/07/2004 30/04/2011 09/08/2003 04/07/2009 26/07/2008 04/08/2001 01/06/2002 02/08/2003 29/05/2004 12/06/2004 30/08/2008 14/06/2008

D Bly (Ware II) R. Clayton (Watton-at-Stone II) M Terry (North Mymms IV) J Lee (Redbourn III) H Choudhry (Luton Town & Indians IV)

Stevenage IV v Hatfield Crusaders III (King George V Playing Fields) Watford Town III v Hatfield Crusaders III (Datchworth Sports Club) Northampton Exiles III v Hitchin III (Clowes Ground) Ibis v Botany Bay III (East Lodge Lane) Knebworth Park V v St. Albans IV (Verulam School) Met Police Bushey II v Monken Hadley II (Hadley Common) Cockfosters IV v Harpenden V (Rothampstead Experimental Station) Wormley III v North Mymms IV (Church Lane) Redbourn III v Luton Town & Indians IV (Redbourn Recreation Centre) Luton Town & Indians IV v Redbourn III (North Common Road) Hatfield Crusaders III v Southgate Compton II (Datchworth CC) Thorley II v Waltham Cross Rosedale III (Queen’s School, Bushey) Watton-at-Stone II v Old Albanian III (The Meadow) Monken Hadley II v Datchworth III (Hadley Common) Waltham Cross Rosedale III v Hoddesdon IV (Rosedale Sports Club) Hatfield Crusaders III v Old Albanian III (Woollam Playing Fields) Knebworth Park V v Harpenden IV (St George’s School, Harpenden) Harpenden V v Stevenage V (Damask Green) North Mymms IV v Letchworth V (St Christopher's School) St Albans IV v Hoddesdon IV (Verulam School) Luton Town & Indians IV v Rickmansworth IV (Park Road) Knebworth Park V v Wormley (Watton Road) Rising Stars v Wheathampstead III (Sandringham School) Watton-at-Stone II v Hitchin III (Heath Mount) Knebworth Park VI v Ware II (Knebworth Recreation Ground) Watford Town III v Broxbourne III (Woodside) Harpenden IV v Ibis (St George’s School)

2009 2005 2008 2010 2010

10/07/2010 26/05/2012 16/08/2008 10/06/2000 04/08/2001 09/07/2005 09/07/2011 14/08/2002 18/06/2011 18/06/2011 13/08/2011 05/07/2003 10/07/2004 07/07/2007 14/06/2003 08/09/2012 09/06/2001 01/09/2012 16/08/2008 06/07/2002 15/05/2010 19/05/2001 07/07/2001 07/06/2008 05/08/2006 17/08/2013 08/06/2002 131


Division Thirteen (2000-2013) Most Runs In A Season 860 718 693 633 608

J Pritchard (Redbourn IV) D M Watson (Flamstead) P Garrott (Reed IV) L S Freeman (Sawbridgeworth V) S Jones (Harpenden V)

Highest Individual Scores 165* 163 160* 153* 151* 148* 148 143* 140* 138* 137* 135* 134* 134* 134* 133 132* 132 130 129* 128* 127* 126 126 126 124* 124* 124* 124 123*

B.Brooks J. Pritchard A O'Sullivan D. K. Rock D. Byford V. Amin S Murad C. Wright J. Livingstone D. M. Watson S. Murray C. Stainsby S. Jones D. de Silva G. Hylton B. Ward I Macmillan S. Iranganti J. Hosking C.Winter J. Pritchard A. A. Fisher T. O’Neill L. S. Freeman D. Wright T. Willoughby T. Willoughby S. Parkar S. Deville S. Jones

R Izzard (Ickleford III) C Williams (Waltham X Rosedale IV) J Lee (Redbourn III) J Barnes (Potters Bar V) S Khan (Cockfosters V)

Best Bowling Performances 10-20 9-12 9-40 9-48 9-53 8-13 8-14 8-17 8-19 8-32 8-34 8-38 8-40 8-62 8-73 8-78 7-4 7-8 7-11 7-12 7-12 7-13 7-14 7-15 7-19 7-19 132

J. Timothy S Avers A J Oliver R. Thear D. Wilson S. Lubbe Saeed Haider S. Jones M. Spratt M. Nash S. Williamson A Draper P. Davies A. Bedlow A. Siddiqui A J Oliver J. J. Mankani T. Maxwell S. Croucher D. Riley J. Down K. Jones J. Timothy B. Golder R. Russell J. Colenutt

569 566 503 500 483

M Mester (Welwyn Garden City V) E J Riddle (Hertford IV) J Pritchard (Redbourn III) C Winter (Waltham X Rosedale IV) R Watts (Baldock III)

Chorleywood IV v Ickleford III (Westwood Park) Redbourn IV v Reed IV (Freman College) Broxbourne IV v Rickmansworth IV (Mill Lane Close) Potters Bar V v Wormley III (Church Lane) Welwyn Garden City V v Old Elizabethans III (Old Elizabethans CC) Chorleywood IV v Wormley III (Church Lane ) Watford Town III v Baldock III (Woodside) Hemel Hempstead V v Hoddesdon IV (Kitchener’s Field, Berkhamsted CC) Chorleywood IV v Abbots Langley IV (Westwood Park) Flamstead II v North Enfield III (Friendless Oval) Harpenden V v Waltham Cross Rosedale IV (Rosedale Sports Club) Welwyn Garden City IV v Flamstead II (Friendless Lane) Harpenden V v Abbots Langley IV (Cassiobury Park) Old Elizabethans III v Langleybury IV (Hunton Bridge) Old Elizabethans III v Hatfield Hyde III (Gypsy Corner) North Enfield III v Parkfield & Headstone II (Saddlers Mead) Broxbourne IV v Waltham X Rosedale IV (Mill Lane Close) Stevenage IV v Holtwhites Trinibis III (King George V Playing Fields) Harpenden V v Wormley III (Church Lane) Waltham X Rosedale IV v Northwood Town III (Chestnut Avenue) Redbourn IV v Northwood Town III (Redbourn Recreational Centre) Sawbridgeworth V v Berkhamsted IV (Much Hadham CC) Northampton Exiles III v Luton Town & Indians IV (Clowes Ground) Sawbridgeworth V v Hatfield Hyde III (King George V Playing Fields) Preston IV v Reed IV (Freman College) Ickleford III v Wormley III (Lucas Lane, Hitchin CC) Ickleford III v Wormley III (Lucas Lane, Hitchin CC) Old Elizabethans III v Welwyn Garden City V (Sherrardswood School) Reed IV v Northwood Town III (Freman College) Harpenden V v Wormley III (Church Lane)

Most Wickets In A Season 56 51 49 46 46

2013 2005 2010 2010 2009

2010 2011 2008 2010 2011

44 43 42 41 39

B Russell (Abbots Langley IV) A Boland (Hatfield Hyde III) G Putman (Shenley Village IV) K Jones (Stevenage V) S Avers (Wormley III)

Bentley Heath II v Old Elizabethans III (Old Elizabethans CC) Wormley III v Rickmansworth IV (Park Avenue) Chipperfield Clarendon IV v Potters Bar V (Hervines Park) Wormley III v Baldock II (Avenue Park) Leverstock Green IV v Watford Town IV (Woodside) Letchworth V v Bentley Heath (St Christopher’s School) Northampton Exiles II v Old Elizabethans III (Old Owens CC) Harpenden V v Hatfield Hyde III (Sherrardswood School) Old Centralians II v Wheathampstead III (King George V Playing Fields) Botany Bay III v Datchworth III (East Lodge Lane) Boxmoor III v Leverstock Green IV (Hemel Hempstead School) Datchworth III v Boxmoor III (Hemel Hempstead School) Broxbourne IV v Ickleford III (Mill Lane Close) Hatfield Hyde III v Datchworth III (Wallace Meadow) Chorleywood IV v Rickmansworth V (Westwood Park) Chipperfield Clarendon IV v Wormley III (Church Lane) Welwyn Garden City IV v Luton Town & Indians IV (Welwyn Playing Fields) Preston IV v Rickmansworth IV (Old Albanian CC) Datchworth III v Potters Bar V (Datchworth Green) Abbots Langley IV v Datchworth III (Datchworth Green) Boxmoor III v Welwyn Garden City V (Welwyn Playing Fields) Stevenage V v Berkhamsted IV (King George V Playing Fields) Bentley Heath II v Waltham Cross Rosedale IV (Rosedale Sports Club) Hatfield III v Met Police Bushey III (King George V Playing Fields) Met Police Bushey III v Letchworth V (Letchworth) Redbourn IV v Abbots Langley IV (Redbourn Recreation Centre)

2011 2004 2008 2011 2010 10/07/2010 20/07/2013 30/04/2011 02/06/2007 14/06/2008 22/05/2010 21/05/2011 23/06/2001 27/07/2013 11/06/2005 27/06/2009 17/05/2003 13/06/2009 31/07/2010 31/08/2013 26/05/2007 28/05/2011 26/06/2010 22/08/2009 06/07/2013 13/07/2013 04/09/2010 16/07/2005 29/05/2010 08/09/2012 16/05/2009 16/05/2009 11/07/2009 17/08/2013 22/08/2009 2013 2010 2008 2009 2008 26/07/2008 02/07/2011 04/06/2011 03/06/2000 10/08/2013 24/06/2006 21/07/2007 08/08/2009 05/08/2000 26/06/2004 03/08/2013 25/06/2011 20/06/2009 14/08/2010 13/07/2013 30/07/2011 29/05/2004 23/06/2012 13/06/2009 25/07/2009 08/09/2012 06/06/2009 12/07/2008 28/05/2005 25/06/2005 07/09/2013


Division Fourteen (2000-2013) Most Runs In A Season 735 598 501 382 375

E J Riddle (Hertford V) M Horwood (Chiltern 06) S P Dare (Chorleywood IV) R Merritt (Abbots Langley IV) M Iqbal (Kings Langley)

Highest Individual Scores 175 150 142* 128 127 126* 124* 119* 119* 119 117* 117 116* 115* 113 112 111 109 109 108 107* 107* 107* 106* 105* 105 105 104* 104* 104* 104

M. J. E. Baker D Roche R. Merritt A. Brierley G Adamson E J Riddle E J Riddle B Marques P. G. Baker L S Freeman K Youngs B. Finch G. Naylor L.Crane W Graves D. Wright G. Naylor N. Wright N Asif B Harding S. P. Dare E. J. Riddle P. Patel E.J. Riddle W Graves K. Hyatt S Atkins S. Baines D Percy T. Jones S. Mekwan

2009 2009 2008 2010 2011

W M Gregory (Chipperfield Clarendon IV) 2009 J Pritchard (Redbourn IV) 2012 A Booth (Botany Bay IV ) 2010 N Asif (Mill Hill Village III) 2011 R M Carter (Hertford V) 2009

Reed IV v Kings Langley IV (Rudolph Steiner School) 30/05/2009 Abbots Langley IV v Knebworth Park VI (Bedmond SC) 28/05/2011 Abbots Langley IV v Knebworth Park VI (Bedmond SC) 05/06/2010 Berkhamsted IV v Stevenage VI (Kitchener's Field) 20/07/2013 Botany Bay IV v Northwood Town III (Chestnut Avenue) 07/05/2011 Hertford V v Sawbridgeworth V (Balls Park ) 02/07/2011 Hertford V v Knebworth Park VI (Balls Park ) 23/07/2011 Hatfield Hyde III v Abbotts Langley IV (Sherrardswood School) 12/07/2008 Reed IV v North Mymms V (Freman Collage, Buntingford) 18/07/2009 Sawbridgeworth V v Botany Bay IV (East Lodge Lane) 11/06/2011 Sawbridgeworth V v Abbots Langley IV (Hormead) 07/05/2011 Chipperfield Clarendon IV v Sawbridgeworth VI (Woollam Playing Fields) 27/06/2009 Baldock III v Hertford V (Thundridge) 16/05/2009 Hatfield Crusaders III v Chorleywood IV (King George V Playing Fields, WGC) 28/06/2008 Abbots Langley IV v Northwood Town III (Bedmond SC) 30/07/2011 Preston IV v Boxmoor III (Hemel Hempstead School) 03/07/2010 Baldock III v Chiltern 06 (Park Drive, Weston) 23/05/2009 Sawbridgeworth VI v Preston IV (Hitchin Boys' School) 13/06/2009 Mill Hill Village III v Knebworth Park VI (Aston Cricket Club) 21/05/2011 Kings Langley v Wheathampstead III (Kimpton CC) 06/08/2011 Chorleywood IV v Preston IV (Hertford School) 07/06/2008 Hertford V v Kings Langley IV (Rudolph Steiner School) 04/07/2009 Cockfosters V v Harpenden VI (Rothamsted Park) 31/07/2010 Hertford V v North Mymms V (Old Owens CC) 23/05/2009 Abbots Langley IV v Kings Langley IV (Rudolf Steiner School) 04/06/2011 Welwyn Garden City V v Stevenage VI (Sherrardswood School) 23/06/2007 Berkhamsted V v Mill Hill Village III (Haslams Field) 04/06/2011 Baldock III v Kings Langley IV (Rudolph Steiner School) 18/07/2009 Kings Langley IV v Knebworth Park VI (Rudolf Steiner School) 13/08/2011 Knebworth Park VI v Stevenage VI (St Christopher's School) 25/05/2013 Northwood Town III v Hitchin IV (Lucas Lane) 18/08/2012

Most Wickets In A Season

40 R Russell (Abbots Langley IV) 2008 31 M J T Rose (Chorleywood IV) 2008 27 C Starr (Hatfield Crusaders III) 2008 27 I Roberts (Reed IV) 2009 27 R Russell (Abbots Langley IV) 2011

Best Bowling Performances 9-32 8-21 7-26 7-26 7-29 7-47 7-48 7-50 6-10 6-19 6-21 6-21 6-22 6-23 6-24 6-24 6-25 6-25 6-26 6-26 6-26 6-28 6-28 6-31

372 348 343 341 335

27 26 24 24 24 24

M Parmar (Northwood Town III) M Parmar (Northwood Town III) Nahiem Khan (Rickmansworth IV) A Sharma (Hatfield Hyde III) E J Riddle (Hertford V) R Salt (Frogmore II)

H. Amin Old Albanian IV v Sawbridgeworth V (St Margaretsbury CC) D. Loriot Baldock III v Preston IV (Hitchin Boys' School) M Parmar Northwood Town III v Kings Langley IV (The Vicarage) M Parmar Northwood Town III v Kings Langley IV (Kings Langley Secondary School) O. Adams Boxmoor III v Preston IV (Hemel Hempstead School) K. Hussein Cockfosters V v Harpenden VI (Rothamsted Park) C. Williams Waltham Cross Rosedale IV v Rickmansworth IV (Park Road) U. Majid Watford Town III v Preston IV (Woodside) R. Salt Frogmore II v Watford Town IV (Woodside) N. Vyas Watford Town III v Botany Bay IV (East Lodge Lane) M. J. T. Rose Chorleywood IV v Abbots Langley IV (Westwood Park) D. Pitts Kings Langley IV v Stevenage VI (Rudolph Steiner School) S W Adams Preston IV v Berkhamsted V (Hitchin Boys School) R. Keane Chipperfield Clarendon IV v Baldock III (Hervines Park) M Newland Kings Langley IV v Hemel Hempstead VI (Kings Langley Secondary School) R. Russell Abbots Langley IV v Old Elizabethans III (Woodside Park Club) C J Howard Sawbridgeworth VI v Baldock III (Much Hadham CC) J. Furlong Berkhamsted IV v Potters Bar V (Dame Alice Owens School) B. Tye Stevenage VI v Knebworth Park VI (Aston CC) B. Tye Stevenage VI v Knebworth VI (Aston CC)  I. Roberts Reed IV v Preston IV (Freeman College, Buntingford) B. Lindsay Chiltern 06 v Botany Bay IV (East Lodge Lane) P. Cramer Harpenden VI v Hitchin IV (Rothampstead Common) N Archer Kings Langley IV v Preston IV (Rudolf Steiner School)

2011 2012 2007 2008 2009 2011 02/06/2007 20/06/2009 18/06/2011 18/06/2011 03/07/2010 31/07/2010 21/07/2007 31/07/2010 02/06/2012 08/05/2010 19/07/2008 20/06/2009 28/05/2011 30/05/2009 25/06/2011 11/08/2012 13/06/2009 16/06/2012 06/06/2009 06/07/2009 01/08/2009 01/08/2009 28/07/2012 21/05/2011 133


Regional Division A (Includes A East, A West, 11E & 11W) Most Runs In A Season 710 698 669 667 656

S Talreja (Bamville) K Meakin (Ware II) D Mohanty (Flamstead II) D Salmon (Potton Town II) E Saliya (Flamstead II)

Highest Individual Scores 165 153* 150 143 143 139* 139* 138 135 134* 133* 131* 131 130 127 124* 123* 122 122 120 120 119* 119 119 118* 118 117* 117 116* 116* 116 116

R Seghal D Albon S Talreja K.Meakin D Mohanty M. Tizzard S Shah P Rider D Albon B Jay PA Brown S Rizvi M Nash A Tyler Cuttler G K. Meakin I Putman W Barrie Daniel Denoojer K. Meakin G. McNiel P Jaffe S Asghar PA Brown G Bowden D Mohanty Mauder A N Derrick M Nash S Warrington K Hashim S Tanoli

S England (Cheshunt II) A Ramsan (Bamville) Kr Lambert (Stevenage V) M Bird (Bentley Heath II) S Moss (Old Elizabethans III)

Best Bowling Performances 9-31 9-39 8-12 8-22 8-26 8-27 8-33 8-42 8-56 7-2 7-8 7-15 7-16 7-19 7-21 7-22 7-22 7-42 6-7 6-8 6-12 6-12 6-15 6-15 134

D Knifton D Lennox R Tukapua T Watson S. Gough M Benfield M Oram Z Khan J. Cornes P Sharma S England G Venket D Penny N. Shah S Shah A. Burrows A Fitzpatrick C Dilkes S Naveen B Dearman G. Edwards Ki Lambert M Willis J Mohmand

624 560 554 531 512

K Meakin (Ware II) A Ahmed (Flamstead II) S Rodrigo (Flamstead II) N Paropkari (Old Owens III) B Newton (Harpenden V)

2015 2019 2019 2018 2016

Old Haberdashers II v Potters Bar IV (Dame Alice Owen School) 03/08/2019 Frogmore II v Northwood Town III (Northwood) 15/07/2017 Bamville v Chorleywood IV (Chorleywood - Westwood Park) 10/08/2019 Ware II v Knebworth Park V (Widford) 16/08/2014 Flamstead II v Redbourn IV (Friendless Oval, Flamstead) 01/06/2019 Harpenden V v Radlett V (Queens School) 26/07/2014 Mill Hill Village III v Redbourn IV (Mill Hill Village) 07/07/2018 Hertingfordbury II v Knebworth Park IV (Knebworth Park) 25/08/2018 Frogmore II v Shenley Village IV (Frogmore) 26/08/2017 Datchworth III v Ware II (Bell Lane, Widford) 14/05/2016 Berkhamsted III v Shenley Village IV (Kitcheners Field, Berkhamsted) 29/08/2020 Northwood Town III v Frogmore II (Park Street Lane) 13/05/2017 Datchworth III v St Margaretsbury III (Recreation Ground, Stanstead Abb) 08/08/2020 Redbourn IV v Hemel Hempstead V (Met Police Bushey) 02/08/2014 Redbourn IV v Flamstead II (Friendless Oval) 06/01/2019 Ware II v Stevenage V (Widford) 30/07/2016 Berkhamsted III v Boxmoor III (Berkhamsted) 14/06/2014 Shenley Village IV v Watford Town IV (Shenley Cricket Centre) 10/06/2017 Letchworth Garden City V v Potton Town II (Letchworth (Henlow)) 05/07/2014 Ware II v Cheshunt II (Widford) 04/06/2016 Harpenden V v Redbourn IV (Redbourn Recreation Centre) 31/05/2014 Mill Hill Village III v Shenley Village IV (Mill Hill Village) 01/07/2017 Parkfield & Headstone II v Chipperfield Clarendon III (Chipperfield Clarendon) 16/05/2015 Berkhamsted III v Bushey III (Berkhamsted) 23/05/2015 St Margaretsbury III v Wheathampstead III (Recreation Ground) 21/05/2016 Flamstead II v Potten End II (Potten End CC) 08/06/2019 Redbourn IV v Shenley Village IV (Redbourn Recreation Centre) 25/05/2019 Stevenage V v Hatfield & Crusaders III (Graveley) 25/08/2018 Datchworth III v Southgate Adelaide III (Wallace's Meadow, Datchworth) 26/08/2017 Datchworth III v Hertingfordbury II (Wallace's Meadow, Datchworth) 06/07/2019 Northampton Exiles III v Hitchin IV (Clowes Sports Ground) 26/08/2017 Shenley Village IV v Watford Town IV (Shenley Cricket Centre) 08/08/2020

Most Wickets In A Season 44 40 38 36 36

2019 2016 2019 2015 2019

2015 2019 2018 2014 2014

36 35 34 34 32

S England (Cheshunt II) S Moss (Old Elizabethans III) S England (Cheshunt II) Z Khan (Watford Town III) M Parmar (Northwood Town III)

St Margaretsbury III v Potton Town II (Potton Town) Redbourn III v Rickmansworth IV (Redbourn Recreation Centre) Tewin II v Stevenage V (Tewin) Rickmansworth IV v Redbourn IV (Park Road, Rickmansworth) Cheshunt II v St Margaretsbury III (St Margaretsbury) Redbourn III v Langleybury IV (Langleybury) Hatfield & Crusaders III v Potters Bar IV (Roe Hill) Watford Town III v St Albans IV (Woodside) Langleybury IV v St Albans IV (Hunton Bridge) Bushey III v St Albans IV (Bushey) Cheshunt II v Datchworth III (Wallace's Meadow) Stevenage V v Broxbourne 1V (Mill Lane) Mill Hill Village III v Tewin II (Mill Hill Village) Parkfield & Headstone II v Mill Hill Village III (Saddlers Mead) Bamville v Shenley Village IV (Bamville - Napsbury Park) Met Police Bushey III v Mill Hill Village III (Mill Hill Village) Southgate Adelaide III v Stevenage V (Stevenage) Wheathampstead III v Tewin II (Tewin) Cheshunt II v Mill Hill Village III (Albury Ride) Harpenden V v Parkfield & Headstone II (Rothamsted Resaerch) Hitchin IV v Hatfield & Crusaders IV (Roe Hill Hall) Stevenage V v Hitchin IV (Lucas Lane) St Margaretsbury III v Potters Bar IV (Potters Bar) Watford Town III v Rickmansworth IV (Rickmansworth)

2016 2015 2014 2014 2015 09/08/2014 26/07/2014 29/08/2020 19/07/2014 05/07/2014 16/08/2014 06/07/2019 17/05/2014 02/08/2014 02/06/2018 30/07/2016 31/05/2014 13/06/2015 24/06/2017 17/08/2019 14/06/2014 25/07/2015 07/06/2014 29/08/2015 20/08/2016 21/05/2016 18/08/2018 14/06/2014 02/08/2014


Regional Division B (Includes B East & West, 12E & 12W) Most Runs In A Season 715 586 585 570 559

J B Lyons (Chorleywood IV) C Pond (Letchworth Garden City V) J Taylor (Tewin II) J Epton (Botany Bay II) D Albon (Frogmore II)

Highest Individual Scores 229 200 176* 167* 162* 161* 152* 147* 146* 146* 142 139* 139* 138 137* 132* 131* 131* 131 129* 129* 129 129 128* 127* 124* 123 122 121 118* 117* 117*

C Pond C Pond M Atkins D R Goodier K Surenthar J Borkhatria J. Garnham F Reid T E Smith G Theepan C Pond D Bartlett D Albon Nasir Khan J Taylor J. Garnham M. Johnson D Burley C Pond J B Lyons S Patneedi S Caunce C Pond L Tyler J. Garnham J Bryden J B Lyons W Barrie G Theepan B Soames M. Johnson N Abeysekera

T Ellis (Potters Bar IV) M J T Rose (Chorleywood IV) G W A Proctor (Chorleywood IV) A Cook (Flamstead II) C Coleman (Langleybury IV)

Best Bowling Performances 8-22 8-38 7-14 7-32 7-40 7-44 7-44 7-65 6-6 6-6 6-11 6-11 6-14 6-15 6-16 6-16 6-16 6-19 6-20 6-23 6-24 6-24 6-31 6-32

H Nallapatti S. M. Bhatti E Gunning C Sharp M de Nooijer R Hattrell M Dawson-Goodey M. J. T. Rose J Little O. Channer S Saleh T Groves G Rajaraman H Nallapati D Butterfield R Martin S Saleh H Iles A Cook I Field C. Wanniarachchi S Denman S. Lindsay N. Davies

539 515 509 503 474

S P Dare (Chorleywood IV) P Garrott (Reed IV) S P Dare (Chorleywood IV) M Johnson (Reed IV) Nasir Kham (Markyate & Luton Town)

2015 2016 2014 2016 2019

Letchworth Garden City V v Reed IV (Freman College) 11/06/2016 Letchworth Garden City V v Ware II (St Christopher School) 11/05/2019 Rickmansworth IV v Old Camdenians II (Burtonhole Lane) 16/05/2015 Old Albanian IV v Reed III (Freman College) 24/06/2017 Old Eastcotians v Boxmoor III (A-Galley Hill,Hemel Hempstead) 26/05/2018 Shenley Village IV v Ware II (Shenley Cricket Centre) 16/06/2018 Preston IV v Letchworth Garden City V (Henlow) 22/06/2019 Langleybury IV v Leverstock Green IV (Parmiters School) 25/08/2018 Old Albanian IV v Harpenden VI (Rothamsted Research) 10/06/2017 Old Eastcotians v Bushey IV (H-King George V Playing Fields) 11/08/2018 Letchworth Garden City V v Preston IV (Hitchin Boys School) 23/05/2015 Datchworth III v Northampton Exiles III (Clowes Ground) 11/07/2015 Frogmore II v Rickmansworth IV (Park Street Lane) 08/08/2015 Markyate & Luton Town v Bushey IV (BUSHEY) 01/06/2019 Tewin II v Preston IV (Preston) 19/05/2018 Preston IV v Little Berkhamsted Sahibs II (Whitwell) 25/05/2019 Reed IV v Letchworth Garden City V (Second Ground, St. Margaretsbury CC) 13/08/2016 Letchworth Garden City V v Preston IV (St Christopher School) 08/07/2017 Letchworth Garden City V v Reed IV (St Cristopher's School) 13/08/2016 Chorleywood IV v Redbourn IV (Redbourn Recreation Center) 30/05/2015 Hatfield & Crusaders IV v Little Berkhamsted Sahibs II (Roe Hill) 11/05/2019 Harpenden VI v Letchworth Garden City V (Rothamsted Research) 14/05/2016 Letchworth Garden City V v Harpenden VI (Rothamsted Research) 14/05/2016 Datchworth IV v Stevenage VI (Graveley) 22/06/2019 Preston IV v Stevenage VI (Stevenage) 17/08/2019 Langleybury IV v Boxmoor III (Hunton Bridge) 29/07/2017 Chorleywood IV v Shenley Village IV (Shenley Cricket Center) 06/06/2015 Shenley Village IV v Redbourn IV (Redbourn Rec Centre) 29/08/2015 Old Eastcotians v Boxmoor III (H-King George V Playing Fields) 28/07/2018 Rickmansworth IV v Shenley Village IV (Shenley Park) 30/05/2015 Reed IV v Baldock III (Freman College, Buntingford) 16/07/2016 Wheathampstead III v Old Owens II (Kimpton) 19/05/2018

Most Wickets In A Season 41 40 28 28 26

2015 2015 2016 2018 2015

2015 2014 2015 2018 2015

26 26 26 25 25

S Saleh (Shenley Village IV) H Nallapatti (Rickmansworth IV) S Saleh (Shenley Village IV) A Harrod (Bushey IV) B De Alwis (Flamstead II)

2015 2016 2018 2014 2018

Rickmansworth IV v Chorleywood (Westwood Park) 02/07/2016 Chipperfield Clarendon III v Rickmansworth IV (Park Road) 06/08/2016 Langleybury IV v Bushey IV (Hunton Bridge) 02/06/2018 Datchworth III v Wormley II (Wallace's Meadow, Datchworth) 01/08/2015 Letchworth Garden City V v Hitchin IV (Graveley CC) 08/08/2015 Old Owens III v Datchworth IV (Datchworth Green) 31/05/2014 Old Owens III v Knebworth Park VI (Coopers Lane) 26/07/2014 Chorleywood IV v Leverstock Green IV (Westwood Park) 05/07/2014 St Albans IV v Redbourn IV (Verulam School) 16/05/2015 Langleybury IV v Chorleywood IV (Hunton Bridge) 08/07/2017 Shenley Village IV v Rickmansworth IV (Chiltern Sports Club) 01/08/2015 Langleybury IV v Leverstock Green IV (Parmiters School) 25/08/2018 Old Eastcotians v West Herts V (H-King George V Playing Fields) 16/06/2018 Rickmansworth IV v Northwood IV (Northwood Cricket Ground) 22/06/2019 Stevenage VI v Hatfield Hyde 111 (St Christophers) 19/07/2014 Old Owens III v Knebworth Park V (Coopers Lane) 18/07/2015 Shenley Village IV v Ware II (Bell Lane, Ware) 18/08/2018 Rickmansworth IV v Berkhamsted IV (Park Road ) 06/05/2017 Flamstead II v Bushey IV (Freidless Oval) 28/07/2018 Harpenden VI v Potters Bar IV (Rothamsted Research) 12/05/2018 Hatfield Hyde III v Stevenage VI (St Christophers School) 19/07/2014 Letchworth Garden City V v Northampton Exiles III (Clowes Sports Ground) 01/08/2015 Chorleywood IV v Rickmansworth IV (Westwood Park) 02/07/2016 Hatfield Hyde III v Stevenage VI (KGV (The Range)) 13/07/2019 135


Regional Division C (Includes C East & C West) Most Runs In A Season 531 509 466 446 430

Z Conley (Reed IV) D Chrispin (Berkhamsted IV) P Raeburn (Potten End II) A Pearce (Northwood IV) C Molyneux (Welwyn Garden City V)

Highest Individual Scores 152* 139 137* 131* 127* 127 123* 122 122 118 116* 115 114* 109* 105* 105* 104* 102* 102* 102 101 100 100 100 100

G McNiel H Brown M Barrell R Anand Z Conley Z Conley A Pearce R Anand J Hayes Z Conley P Raeburn P Maguire Z Conley C Molyneux S. Haring S Warrington M Parkes P Baker A. Watts J Dunn S Plunkett J Hayes A. Jacobs B Jay G Morehouse

S Sharma (Hatch End II) N Panchal (Old Haberdashers II) J Klosterman (Berkhamsted IV) Ihsan Yousef (Bushey IV) T Thompson (Kings Langley IV)

Best Bowling Performances 7-25 7-26 7-35 7-42 6-14 6-16 6-17 6-18 6-20 6-20 6-20 6-21 6-27

M. Vine D Sheldon D Cardy D Pratt J Hayes G Hitch K. Lambert H. Zahid J Rees H Brown D Cardy S. Shailendra C Carmichael

429 395 367 358 343

C Molyneux (Welwyn Garden City V) D Barton (Kings Langley IV) R Patel (West Herts V) D Ford (Hatfield Hyde III) K Parkins (Abbots Langley IV)

Harpenden VI v Hertford V (Rothamsted Research) Hoddesdon IV v Hatfield & Crusaders IV (Roe Hill) Little Berkhamsted Sahibs II v Broxbourne III (Broxbourne) Old Eastcotians v Leverstock Green IV (Old Eastcotians) Reed IV v Stevenage VI (St Christopher's School (Letchworth) Reed IV v Stevenage VI (St. Christopher's School, Letchworth) Northwood IV v Rickmansworth IV (Little Missenden CC) Old Eastcotians v Parkfield & Headstone III (Parkfield & Headstone) Potten End II v Hatch End II (Potten End) Reed IV v Datchworth IV (Freman College, Buntingford) Potten End II v Hatch End II (Potten End) Stevenage VI v Datchworth IV (Aston) Reed IV v Hertford V (Freman College (Buntingford)) Welwyn Garden City V v Hatch End II (Monks Walk, WGC) Old Haberdashers II v Datchworth IV (Home (Croxdale Road)) Datchworth IV v Old Albanian IV (Woollam Playing Fields) Leverstock Green IV v Abbots Langley IV (Bedmond SC) Reed IV v Hertford V (Freman College, Buntingford) Old Haberdashers II v Datchworth IV (Home (Croxdale Road)) Datchworth IV v Hertford V (Wallace's Meadow, Datchworth) West Herts IV v Abbots Langley IV (Bedmond Sports and Social Club) Potten End II v Boxmoor III (Warners End) Old Haberdashers II v Datchworth IV (Away (Datchworth Sports Club)) Datchworth IV v Hertford V (Wallace's Meadow, Datchworth) Hatfield Hyde III v Stevenage VI (King George V Range)

Most Wickets In A Season 29 25 25 24 23

2015 2016 2018 2018 2015

2018 2016 2016 2015 2015

23 22 21 21 21

08/08/2015 29/07/2017 04/08/2018 27/05/2017 29/08/2015 29/08/2015 07/07/2018 08/07/2017 15/07/2017 23/05/2015 23/06/2018 19/05/2018 20/06/2015 22/08/2015 16/07/2016 27/08/2016 08/08/2015 20/06/2015 16/07/2016 20/08/2016 23/05/2015 07/05/2016 14/05/2016 20/08/2016 07/07/2018

A Haydon (West Herts V) A Nicholls (West Herts IV) A Haydon (West Herts V) N Vaghadia (Hatfield & Crusaders IV) W Bukhari (Markyate)

Welwyn Garden City V v Hatfield Hyde III (Monks Walk School, WGC) Leverstock Green IV v Berkhamsted IV (Parmiters School) Leverstock Green IV v West Herts V (Parmiter's School) Berkhamsted IV v Abbots Langley IV (Berkhamsted) Potten End II v Hatch End II (Hatch End) Datchworth IV v Hitchin IV (Lucas Lane, Hitchin) Stevenage VI v Datchworth IV (St Christophers School, Letchworth) Old Haberdashers II v Welwyn Garden City V (Monks Walk School) Berkhamsted IV v West Herts V (Berkhamsted) Hoddesdon IV v Potters Bar V (Dame Alice Owens School) Leverstock Green IV v Hatch End II (Parmiters School) Old Haberdashers II v Totteridge Millhillians IV (Maccabi Vale Sports Club) Datchworth IV v Reed IV (Freeman College, Buntingford)

2016 2016 2016 2016 2016

2016 2016 2015 2018 2018

16/07/2016 18/07/2015 25/06/2016 11/07/2015 13/05/2017 06/08/2016 21/05/2016 18/06/2016 04/06/2016 10/06/2017 19/08/2017 23/07/2016 25/07/2015

These records show the leading performances in all divisions, within the space limitations of this handbook. For the full list, visit the onlne version at: https://issuu.com/hertsleague/docs/performances

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The President's Trophy Awarded annually to the 'Club of the Year' to recognise the collective performance of all teams which play in the Herts League, within a club. The trophy is decided by the Executive Committee. (1987-94 pre-amalgamation with the Herts Competition) 1987 Bishop's Stortford 1988 Bishop's Stortford 1989 Radlett 1990 Cheshunt 1991 Welwyn Garden City 1992 North Mymms 1993 North Mymms ---------------------------------------------------1994 Potters Bar 1995 St Albans 1996 Knebworth Park 1997 Radlett

1998 Chorleywood 1999 Hoddesdon 2000 Hertford 2001 Potters Bar 2002 Shenley Village 2003 Reed 2004 Knebworth Park 2005 Met Police Bushey 2006 Bishop's Stortford 2007 Rickmansworth 2008 Redbourn 2009 Harpenden

2010 Bentley Heath 2011 Old Finchleians 2012 Luton Town & Indians 2013 Hertford 2014 Shenley Village 2015 Old Albanian 2016 West Herts 2017 Harpenden 2018 Hitchin 2019 Hoddesdon 2020 Not awarded

John Barker Cup

This cup was donated in 1998 by the Hertfordshire County Cricket Association in memory of former Hitchin President, John Barker. It is awarded each year to the team in the top 5 divisions which, throughout the season, exhibits the highest levels of fair play and sportsmanship, both on and off the field. The marks for each team are determined by the League panel umpires. The marks are awarded in the categories of hospitality (of the home team) and behaviour (of both teams). For each category the total marks awarded are averaged and the mean of these averages taken to yield an overall performance mark. These marks are then used to produce a "league" table. 1998 Cockfosters 1999 Harpenden 2000 Harpenden 2001 Harpenden 2002 Harpenden 2003 Chipperfield 2004 Dunstable II 2005 Eversholt 2006 Northwood Town

President

2007 Preston 2008 Abbots Langley 2009 Northchurch 2010 Redbourn 2011 Abbots Langley 2012 Hitchin 2013 Cockfosters 2014 Old Owens 2015 Potton Town

2016 Ampthill Town 2017 Eversholt 2018 Cockfosters 2019 Stevenage 2020 Not awarded

Herts League Officers 1994 - 2020 Brian Collins Nigel Wray

1994 -1996 1998 - present

Chairman

Tony Johnson

1994 - present

Hon. Secretary

Richard Bayliss Barry Hellewell

1994 - 2008 2009 - present

Hon. Treasurer

Geoff Levy Bill Thorlin Jim Linegar Beth Webb Stephen Brown Colin Munday Ross McCaskill

1994 - 1997 1998 - 1999 2000 - 2010 2011 - 2013 2014 - 2015 2015 - 2017 2018 - present

Results Secretary David Reynolds

1994 - 1995

Fixture Secretary Michael Wood

1994 - 1995

Results & Fixture Secretary Michael Wood Richard Mason

1996 - 2020 2021 - present

Elected Members Ted Birtwistle Paul Blackwell Mark Blundell Richard Burling Peter Dudley Dudley Eckworth David Garratt David Hanson Barry Hellewell Peter Hinstridge Nesan Jeyaratnam Kevin Kelly David Malleson Andrew McCree Ian Nash Dave Pett Tony Rhodes Nick Rice Steve Sellwood Mark Shepherd Bill Thorlin Tim Wilkinson George White Nick Wright

1994 2007 1996 1999 2021 2005 2001 1999 1994 2009 2020 2011 2008 2003 1994 2012 2003 1998 2014 2016 1994 2004 2020 1998

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1997 present 1998 present present 2008 2002 2003 2008 present present 2013 2009 2004 1998 2015 present 2011 2019 present 1997 2010 present 2002 137


Hertfordshire Cricket League Highs and Lows Highest Score Batting First

Season Date 2017 13-May 2018 11-Aug 2018 23-Jun 2017 06-May 2016 16-Jul 2018 21-Jul 2018 28-Jul 2018 21-Jul 2018 21-Jul 2017 24-Jun 2018 02-Jun 2019 07-Sep 2016 21-May 2020 22-Aug 2019 31-Aug 2016 03-Sep 2013 06-Jul 2019 31-Aug 2015 06-Jun

Divsion Nine A Ten A Ten A Six B Ten A Ten A Seven B Six B Nine A Premier Premier Five B Eight A Reg. C East Eight B Four B Ten Six B Three A

Season Date 2018 30-Jun 2018 26-May 2018 30-Jun 2014 17-May 2010 22-May 2019 06-Jul 2017 26-Aug 2014 23-Aug 2018 23-Jun 2019 29-Jun 2005 13-Aug 2018 09-Jun 2010 03-Jul 2019 25-May 2015 13-Jun 2009 04-Jul

Divsion Result Premier Potters Bar Two A Holtwhites Trinibis Seven A Chipperfield Clarendon II Seven Watton-at-Stone One Hoddesdon Two B Allenburys & County Hall Seven A *Southgate Adelaide II Championship *Flitwick Seven B Dunstable III Two B Hertford II Twelve *Waltham X Rosedale III Championship Hoddesdon Eight Northampton Exiles II Ten A Bentley Heath II Championship Shenley Village Eight Hoddesdon III

Season Date 2012 21-Jul 2014 30-Aug 2000 10-Jun 2015 23-May 2001 11-Aug 2012 16-Jun 2001 18-Aug 2002 01-Jun 2007 12-May

Divsion Thirteen Nine Ten Ten B Twelve Fourteen Seven Twelve Two

Season Date 2013 31-Aug 2001 19-May 2015 27-Jun 2017 01-Jul 2006 19-Aug 2003 24-May 1996 31-Aug 2006 19-Aug 2007 23-Jun 2005 30-Apr 2005 07-May 2016 18-Jun

Divsion Result Thirteen *Old Elizabethans III Four Braughing Reg. C West *Bushey IV Division Ten B *Northwood III Eight Weston Eleven *Harpenden IV Five Abbots Langley II Seven Ware Fourteen Welwyn Garden City V Eight Southgate Adelaide II Eight Hatfield Crusaders Ten B *Old Albanian III

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Result *Potten End Aldenham Bayford & Hertford II *Eversholt II *Potten End Frogmore II Botany Bay Letchworth Garden City III Shenley Village III Totteridge Millhillians Totteridge Millhillians Shenley Village II Pirton Edmonton Redbourn III *Broxbourne II *Boxmoor II Boxmoor *Hertford II

477-4 (50.0) 450-5 (50.0) 447-1 (50.0) 433-1 (50.0) 419-4 (53.0) 409-3 (50.0) 408-5 (50.0) 407-7 (50.0) 406-5 (50.0) 405-3 (60.0) 405-8 (50.0) 404-9 (50.0) 401-4 (50.0) 398-3 (38.0) 398-5 (45.0) 397-10 (48.1) 395-2 (45.0) 390-7 (50.0) 382-7 (50.0)

Bayford & Hertford II Bayford & Hertford II Datchworth III Abbots Langley II Knebworth Park IV Ickleford III Baldock II Bovingdon Reed III *Radlett Hertford Hertingfordbury *Harpenden IV *Tye Gren Baldock II Hemel Hempstead Town III West Herts III Watton-at-Stone Hatfield Hyde

72-10 (29.2) 202-9 (50.0) 101-10 (33.4) 54-10 (32.0) 59-10 (17.1) 99-10 (23.2) 78-10 (18.5) 100-10 (31.3) 303-7 (50.0) 231-9 (56.0) 145-10 (40.4) 63-10 (22.0) 228-10 (37.3) 150-9 (27.2) 230-5 (45.0) 95-10 (24.2) 166-10 (41.0) 258-10 (41.0) 163-10 (41.2)

Highest Score Batting Second 346-9 (60.0) 367-9 (50.0) 330-6 (50.0) 330-4 (53.0) 327-7 (53.0) 324-4 (50) 317-10 (49.5) 325-6 (50.0) 316-3 (50.0) 319-4 (50) 307-4 (50.0) 308-10 (60.0) 307-6 (48.2) 310-9 (45) 307-5 (53.0) 307-7 (48.0)

Totteridge Millhillians Totteridge Millhillians II Old Camdenians *Mill Hill Village *Leverstock Green Bushey Watton-at-Stone Chorleywood Rickmansworth II Northwood Old Camdenians III Leverstock Green *Sawbridgeworth III Reed III *Flitwick *Elstree

342-9 (55.0) 336-9 (50.0) 336-4 (46.4) 332-5 (45.0) 329-9 (46.5) 321-10 (48.4) 318-8 (49.2) 317-6 (50.0) 317-8 (49.5) 316-6 (50) 312-6 (43.0) 312-7 (53.4) 312-7 (50.2) 311-6 (39.3) 309-5 (43.5) 309-2 (50.1)

Lowest Score Batting First

Result *Shenley Village IV Hatfield & Crusaders III *Old Cholmeleians II *Hatfield & Crusaders IV *Letchworth V Knebworth Park VI Elstree Hoddesdon IV Old Finchleians

14-10 17-10 18-10 19-10 20-10 20-10 22-10 22-10 22-10

(9.5) (17.1) (17.5) (17.0) (8.1) (22.3) (15.3) (17.0) (16.0)

Mill Hill Village III *Cockfosters III Sawbridgeworth III Watford Town III Hertingfordbury II *Northwood Town III *Old Centralians *Southgate Adelaide III *Berkhamsted

15-0 18-2 19-0 22-1 25-0 21-0 25-2 25-0 23-1

(4.2) (9.1) (5.5) (3.4) (7.5) (7.3) (5.3) (7.0) (5.0)

Lowest Score Batting Second (losing match) 250-5 (40.0) 135-10 (48.1) 215-10 (45.0) 177-9 (53) 168-10 (0.0) 179-10 (46.1) 168-5 (52.0) 212-4 (51.0) 241-5 (39.0) 147-8 (53.0) 194-8 (53.0) 230-4 (35.0)

Hatfield Hyde III *Old Camdenians West Herts V Old Elizabethans III *Monken Hadley Wormley III Hatfield Hyde II *Holtwhites Trinibis II *Stevenage VI *Old Haberdashers II *Northwood Town II Flamstead II

7-10 (12.2) 9-10 (15.3) 16-10 (11.0) 17-10 (9.3) 18-10 (15.0) 18-10 (19.4) 19-10 (22.0) 19-10 (14.3) 20-10 (14.3) 21-10 (18.3) 21-10 (21.0) 21-10 (13.0)


Season Date 2017 13-May 2017 06-May 2016 16-Jul 2018 23-Jun 2019 07-Sep 2018 28-Jul 2018 21-Jul 2018 21-Jul 2016 03-Sep 2019 03-Aug 2019 01-Jun 2016 14-May Season Date 2018 16-Jun 2004 12-Jun 1996 13-Jul 2016 28-May 1998 25-Jul 2010 03-Jul 2001 30-Jun 2000 22-Jul 2017 10-Jun 2015 09-May 2009 20-Jun 2011 14-May 2013 31-Aug 2008 05-Jul

Divsion Nine A Six B Ten A Ten A Five B Seven B Ten A Six B Four B A West B West Ten A Divsion Nine B Eleven Premier Premier Two Nine Thirteen Six Premier Premier Three Eight Four Six

Highest Margin of Victory

Margin Result 405 *Potten End 477-4 (50.0) Bayford & Hertford II 379 *Eversholt II 433-1 (50.0) Abbots Langley II 360 *Potten End 419-4 (53.0) Knebworth Park IV 346 Bayford & Hertford II 447-1 (50.0) Datchworth III 341 Shenley Village II 404-9 (50) Hertingfordbury 330 Botany Bay 408-5 (50.0) Baldock II 310 Frogmore II 409-3 (50.0) Ickleford III 307 Letchworth Garden City III 407-7 (50.0) Bovingdon 302 *Broxbourne II 397-10 (48.1) Hemel Hempstead Town III 290 Flamstead II 363-7 (40) Redbourn IV 290 Markyate & Luton Town 370-3 (40) Bushey IV 281 *Potten End 314-7 (50.0) Knebworth Park IV

72-10 (29.2) 54-10 (32.0) 59-10 (17.1) 101-10 (33.4) 63-10 (22) 78-10 (18.5) 99-10 (23.2) 100-10 (31.3) 95-10 (24.2) 73-10 (30.2) 80-8 (22) 33-10 (11.1)

Highest 10 Wicket Victories

Result Sandridge II Radlett V Stevenage Welwyn Garden City Chipperfield *Potters Bar IV Hoddesdon IV Old Owens Letchworth Garden City *Hemel Hempstead Town Wheathampstead Bayford & Hertford II *Ampthill Town II *St Margaretsbury II

279-1 (50.0) 263-6 (51.0) 255-6 (50.0) 256-8 (50.0) 254-4 (53.0) 241-6 (52.0) 237-2 (50.0) 232-4 (52.0) 230-10 (59.1) 228-10 (49.4) 220-7 (53.0) 218-10 (52.5) 214-9 (53.0) 212-9 (53.0)

Hemel Hempstead Town IV *Frogmore Luton Town *Radlett *St Margaretsbury Broxbourne III *Hemel Hempstead V *Cheshunt *Radlett Sawbridgeworth *Letchworth II *Sawbridgeworth III Potton Town Preston II

283-0 264-0 257-0 257-0 255-0 244-0 241-0 235-0 234-0 230-0 221-0 221-0 217-0 215-0

(42.1) (40.2) (49.0) (37.4) (40.0) (33.1) (40.0) (46.0) (39.5) (34.5) (42.1) (42.4) (30.2) (41.0)

Premier Play-Off Finals 2014-2020

2014 Radlett 150-10 (38.4) beat Harpenden 105-10 (31.1) by 45 runs 2015 North Mymms 125-8 (50) lost to Radlett 126-6 (35.4) by 4 wickets 2016 Welwyn Garden City 288-6 (50) beat Radlett 157-10 (34.5) by 131 runs. 2017 Totteridge Millhillians 222-6 (50) lost to Welwyn Garden City 213-9 (45) by 1 wicket (DLS) 2018 Totteridge Millhillians 208-10 (48.5) lost to Welwyn Garden City 209-3 (32.2) by 7 wickets 2019 Potters Bar 280-6 (50) beat Radlett 274-10 (49.5) by 6 runs 2020 No play-offs

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Hertfordshire Cricket League Records

Winner Runner-up Premier 2000 Hoddesdon 2001 Hertford 2014 Radlett 2015 Radlett 2016 Radlett 2017 Welwyn Garden City 2018 Totteridge Millhillians 2019 Radlett 2020 Potters Bar Championship 2014 Hertford 2015 Botany Bay 2016 Letchworth Garden City 2017 West Herts 2018 Luton Town & Indians 2019 Hoddesdon 2020 Old Owens Division One 2000 Welwyn Garden City 2001 Chorleywood 2002 St Margaretsbury 2003 Sawbridgeworth 2004 Knebworth Park 2005 Hoddesdon 2006 Millhillians 2007 Bishop's Stortford 2008 St Albans 2009 Knebworth Park 2010 Totteridge Millhillians 2011 Totteridge Millhillians 2012 Chorleywood 2013 Hertford 2014 Shenley Village 2015 Luton Town & Indians 2016 West Herts 2017 Harpenden II 2018 Old Owens 2019 Langleybury 2020 Sawbridgeworth Division Two A 2015 Leverstock Green 2016 Harpenden II 2017 Knebworth Park 2018 Hitchin 2019 Holtwhites Trinibis 2020 Redbourn Division Two B 2015 Abbots Langley 2016 Bishop's Stortford II 2017 Berkhamsted 2018 St Margaretsbury 2019 Redbourn 2020 Old Elizabethans Division Three A 2015 North Enfield 2016 Old Elizabethans 2017 Southgate Compton 2018 Redbourn 2019 Northchurch 2020 Eversholt Division Three B 2015 Bishop's Stortford II 2016 Totteridge Millhillians II 2017 St Albans West Indian 2018 Flitwick II 2019 Potters Bar II 2020 Cockfosters 140

Hertford West Herts Welwyn Garden City North Mymms Bishop's Stortford Totteridge Millhillians North Mymms Welwyn Garden City Totteridge Millhillians Reed Totteridge Millhillians Luton Town & Indians Hoddesdon Hoddesdon Reed Hemel Hempstead Town Hitchin Potters Bar Millhillians North Mymms Langleybury Hertford Harpenden Langleybury Letchworth Hitchin Hertford Langleybury Knebworth Park Totteridge Millhillians Botany Bay Dunstable Ampthill Town Hemel Hempstead Town Shenley Village Preston Hitchin Northwood Old Owens Ickleford Preston St Margaretsbury Abbots Langley Harpenden II St Albans Totteridge Millhillians II Old Elizabethans Bushey Hertford II Allenburys & County Hall Berkhamsted Hertford II Welwyn Garden City II Hoddesdon II Datchworth Datchworth Letchworth Garden City II Bayford & Hertford Luton Town & Indians II Chipperfield Clarendon West Herts II

Division Four A 2015 Berkhamsted 2016 Southgate Compton 2017 Dunstable II 2018 Hoddesdon II 2019 Parkfield & Headstone 2020 Northwood Town Division Four B 2015 Sandridge 2016 Langleybury II 2017 Harpenden III 2018 West Herts Ii 2019 Reed II 2020 London Colney Division Five A 2015 Watford Town II 2016 Parkfield & Headstone 2017 Old Haberdashers 2018 Hatfield & Crusaders 2019 Rickmansworth 2020 Tewin Division Five B 2015 Reed II 2016 Hoddesdon II 2017 Flamstead 2018 Hitchin II 2019 Shenley Village II 2020 Mill Hill Village Division Six A 2015 Parkfield & Headstone 2016 Old Haberdashers 2017 London Colney 2018 Rickmansworth 2019 Old Camdenians 2020 Clifton Division Six B 2015 Mill Hill Village 2016 Holtwhites Trinibis II 2017 Frogmore 2018 Abbots Langley II 2019 Boxmoor 2020 Cheshunt Rosedale II Division Seven A 2015 Old Albanian II 2016 Old Camdenians 2017 Tewin 2018 Old Camdenians 2019 Northwood II 202 Northwood Town II Division Seven B 2015 Bovingdon 2016 Frogmore 2017 Old Elizabethans II 2018 Radlett IV 2019 Potten End 2020 Shenley Village III Division Eight A 2015 Great Gaddesden 2016 Berkhamsted II 2017 Pirton 2018 Greenwood Park 2019 Northwood Town II 2020 Little Berkhamsted Sahibs Division Eight B 2015 Frogmore 2016 Dunstable II 2017 Radlett IV 2018 Offley & Stopsley 2019 Shenley Village III 2020 Dunstable III

Chorleywood II Flitwick II Southgate Adelaide Lutonian Sandridge Old Finchleians Flitwick II Dunstable II Hoddesdon II Leverstock Green II Watford Town II Holtwhites Trinibis II Hemel Hempstead Town III West Herts II Leverstock Green II Watford Town II London Colney Bentley Heath Old Cholmeleians Ickleford II Holtwhites Trinibis II Frogmore Tewin Rebourn II Clifton Kings Langley II Old Albanian II Tewin Mill Hill Village Preston II Old Haberdashers Bovingdon Eversholt II Hemel Hempstead Town III Radlett IV Potters Bar III Letchworth Garden City III Allenburys & County Hall II Bushey II Berkhamsted II Greenwood Park Botany Bay Old Owens II Bushey II Potters Bar III St Margaretsbury II Botany Bay Ware Potters Bar III Old Elizabethans II Datchworth II Potten End Harpenden Dolphins Pinner Pirton Datchworth II Greenwood Park Northampton Exiles II Lutonian II West Herts III


Division Nine A 2015 Luton Town & Indians IV 2016 Flitwick III 2017 Potten End 2018 Harpenden Dolphins 2019 Aldenham 2020 Southgate Compton Division Nine B 2015 Datchworth II 2016 Northchurch II 2017 Redbourn III 2018 Leverstock Green III 2019 Watford Town III 2020 Preston III Division Ten A 2015 West Herts III 2016 Potten End 2017 Old Albanian III 2018 Aldenham 2019 Southgate Compton 2020 Old Haberdashers II Division Ten B 2015 Redbourn III 2016 Preston III 2017 Harpenden V 2018 Parkfield& Headstone II 2019 Old Eastcotians 2020 Chorleywood III Regional Division A East 2015 Old Elizabethans III 2016 Cheshunt II 2017 Datchworth III 2018 Hoddesdon IV 2019 Old Haberdashers II 2020 Tewin II

Stevenage IV Offley & Stopsley West Herts III Shenley Village III Old Minchendenians Hitchin III Flitwick III Mill Hill Village II Hitchin III Old Minchendenians Hoddesdon III Boxmoor II Mill Hill Village II Hitchin III Boxmoor II Watford Town III Bentley Heath II Pinner II Watford Town III Old Albanian III Hoddesdon III Southgate Compton II Northwood III Flamstead II Cheshunt II Hoddesdon III Southgate Adelaide III Old Owens III Mill Hill Village III Hitchin IV

Regional Division A West 2015 Old Albanian III 2016 Harpenden V 2017 Frogmore II 2018 Bushey III 2019 Bamville 2020 Potten End II Regional Division B East 2015 Datchworth III 2016 Baldock III 2017 Old Haberdashers II 2018 Potters Bar IV 2019 Preston IV 2020 Old Owens III Regional Division B West 2015 Frogmore II 2016 Shenley Village IV 2017 West Herts V 2018 Old Eastcotians 2019 Markyate & Luton Town 2020 Wheathampstead III Regional Division C East 2015 Reed IV 2016 Old Haberdashers II 2017 Hoddesdon IV 2018 Little Berkhamsted Sahibs II 2020 Tye Green Regional Division C West 2015 Watford Town V 2016 Aldenham 2017 Old Eastcotians 2018 Potten End II 2020 Berkhamsted IV

Parkfield & Headstone II Parkfield & Headstone II Parkfield & Headstone II Totteridge Millhillians IV Flamstead II Shenley Village IV Hitchin IV Northampton Exiles III Totteridge Millhillians IV Shenley Village IV Broxbourne III Ware II St Albans IV Watford Town IV Redbourn IV Flamstead II Boxmoor III Rebourn IV Harpenden VI Totteridge Millhillians IV Old Camdenians II Broxbourne III Edmonton Bushey IV West Herts IV Leverstock Green IV Hatch End II Chorleywood IV

Hertfordshire Cricket League Records (2000-2014)

Winner Runner-up

Winner Runner-up

Two 2000 Knebworth Park 2001 Harpenden 2002 Abbots Langley 2003 Leverstock Green 2004 Harpenden 2005 Berkhamsted 2006 Dunstable 2007 Berkhamsted 2008 Leverstock Green 2009 Radlett II 2010 Flitwick 2011 Old Finchleians 2012 Reed 2013 Dunstable 2014 Old Albanian

Old Albanian St Margaretsbury Radlett II Preston Northchurch Northwood Bishop's Stortford Reed Chorleywood Old Finchleians Ampthill Town Cockfosters Luton Town & Indians Botany Bay St Margaretsbury

Three 2000 Eversholt 2001 UCA 2002 Northchurch 2003 Reed 2004 Knebworth Park II 2005 Potters Bar II 2006 Radlett II 2007 Leverstock Green 2008 Harpenden II 2009 Shenley Village 2010 County Hall 2011 Letchworth II 2012 Botany Bay 2013 Abbots Langley 2014 Harpenden II

Hatfield Hemel Hempstead Town II Wormley St Albans II Welwyn Garden City II Hemel Hempstead Town Cockfosters Hatfield Bishop's Stortford II Redbourn Chipperfield Clarendon Holtwhites Trinibis Wheathampstead Met Police Bushey Bushey

Four 2000 Dunstable II 2001 Northchurch 2002 Reed 2003 Stevenage II 2004 Totteridge 2005 Hatfield 2006 Bishop's Stortford II 2007 Cavendish 2008 Redbourn 2009 Harpenden III 2010 Wheathampstead 2011 Botany Bay 2012 Hatfield Hyde 2013 Bushey 2014 Bishop's Stortford II Five 2000 Harpenden II 2001 Potters Bar II 2002 Waltham X Rosedale 2003 Cheshunt 2004 North Mymms II 2005 Rickmansworth 2006 Northampton Exiles 2007 Hatfield Hyde 2008 Holtwhites Trinibis 2009 Met Police Bushey 2010 Botany Bay 2011 Luton Town & Indians II 2012 West Herts II 2013 Datchworth 2014 Leverstock Green II

Northampton Exiles Botany Bay Harpenden II Potters Bar II Clarendon Waltham Cross Rosedale Rickmansworth Clifton Clarendon Northampton Exiles Holtwhites Trinibis St Albans West Indian North Mymms II Sawbridgeworth II Datchworth Northchurch Potton Town North Enfield Datchworth Baldock Shenley Village West Herts II Watton-at-Stone Cockfosters II Old Owens St Albans West Indian Ware Broxbourne II Hitchin II Harpenden III 141


Winner Runner-up

Six 2000 Clifton Potton Town 2001 Hexton Waltham Cross Rosedale 2002 Hemel Hempstead Town III Hatch End 2003 Harpenden III Little B. Sahibs 2004 Northwood II Cavendish 2005 Millhillians II St Margaretsbury II 2006 Old Albanian II Watton-at-Stone 2007 Chorleywood II Berkhamsted II 2008 Holtwhites Trinibis Cockfosters II 2009 Broxbourne II Hatch End 2010 Ware Chorleywood II 2011 Cheshunt Hitchin II 2012 Flamstead Leverstock Green II 2013 Hoddesdon II Wormley 2014 Reed II Ickleford II Seven 2000 Hatch End Kings Langley II 2001 Ware (OH) Watton-at-Stone 2002 Knebworth Park III Little B. Sahibs 2003 Cavendish UCA 2004 Old Owens St Albans West Indian 2005 Totteridge II Potters Bar III 2006 Berkhamsted II Ware 2007 Met Police Bushey Broxbourne II 2008 Tewin Flitwick II 2009 Watford Town II Flamstead 2010 Bentley Heath Cheshunt 2011 Eversholt II Old Finchleians II 2012 Wheathampstead II Boxmoor 2013 Reed II Codicote 2014 Mill Hill Village Holtwhites Trinibis II Eight 2000 UCA II Holtwhites Trinibis II 2001 Flitwick II Letchworth III 2002 Cavendish Shenley Village 2003 Reed II St Albans West Indian 2004 Northchurch II Watford Town II 2005 Welwyn Garden City III Hatfield Crusaders 2006 Met Police Bushey London Colney II 2007 Flamstead Harpenden IV 2008 Cheshunt Old Cholmeleians II 2009 Hemel Hempstead Town IV Bentley Heath 2010 Chipperfield Clarendon III Eversholt II 2011 Stevenage III Offley & Stopsley 2012 Waltham X Rosedale II Luton Town & Indians III 2013 Mill Hill Village Northchurch II 2014 Broxbourne III Bushey II Nine 2000 Old Haberdashers II 2001 Potters Bar III 2002 St Albans West Indian 2003 Northchurch II 2004 Rising Stars 2005 Met Police Bushey 2006 Waltham X Rosedale II 2007 Cockfosters III 2008 Langleybury III 2009 Offley & Stopsley 2010 Codicote 2011 Hatfield Hyde II 2012 Old Owens II 2013 Berkhamsted II 2014 Little B. Sahibs

Flitwick II Cavendish Monken Hadley Stevenage III Weston Langleybury III Shenley Village II Allenburys Bentley Heath Northampton Exiles II Met Police Bushey II Great Gaddesden Baldock II Broxbourne III Frogmore

Ten 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Sawbridgeworth III Knebworth Park IV Sawbridgeworth III Rising Stars Cheshunt II Ickleford Cricketers

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St Thomas St Albans West Indian Shenley Village II Weston Langleybury III Bushey II

Winner Runner-up 2006 Bragbury 2007 Ickleford II 2008 Northampton Exiles II 2009 Codicote 2010 Great Gaddesden 2011 Mill Hill Village 2012 Hatfield IV 2013 Frogmore 2014 Datchworth II

Old Cholmeleians Offley & Stopsley Leverstock Green III Met Police Bushey II Berkhamsted III Reed III Little B. Sahibs North Mymms III Cockfosters IV

Eleven 2000 Hemel Hempstead Town IV St Albans West Indian 2001 Met Police Bushey Two Woods 2002 Flamstead Rising Stars 2003 St Albans IV Harpenden IV 2004 Ickleford Cricketers Bushey II 2005 Chorleywood III Bragbury 2006 Offley & Stopsley Potters Bar IV 2007 Northampton Exiles II Rickmansworth III 2008 Great Gaddesden Hatfield Hyde II 2009 Pirton Berkhamsted III 2010 Hitchin III Frogmore 2011 Hertford IV Stevenage IV 2012 Hertingfordbury II Luton Town & Indians IV 2013 Cockfosters IV Mill Hill Village II Twelve 2000 Two Woods 2001 Knebworth Park V 2002 St Albans IV 2003 Radlett V 2004 Southgate Adelaide III 2005 Met Police Bushey II 2006 Radlett V 2007 Reed III 2008 Watton-at-Stone II 2009 Botany Bay III 2010 Preston III 2011 Ickleford III 2012 Cockfosters V 2013 Watford Town III

Cheshunt II Wormley III Harpenden IV Hertingfordbury II Leverstock Green III Old Albanian III Waltham X Rosedale III Great Gaddesden North Mymms IV Hitchin III St Margaretsbury III Ware II Flitwick III Southgate Adelaide III

Thirteen 2000 Baldock II Wormley III 2001 Hemel Hempstead Town V Tewin II 2002 Potters Bar IV Shenley Village III 2003 Watton-at-Stone II Old Albanian III 2004 Hertford IV Welwyn Garden City IV 2005 Knebworth Park VI Flamstead II 2006 Reed III Hatfield Crusaders II 2007 Hitchin III Potters Bar V 2008 Redbourn III Preston III 2009 Harpenden V Stevenage V 2010 Berkhamsted IV Chiltern 06 2011 Watford Town III Cockfosters V 2012 Bushey III Mill Hill Village III 2013 Old Elizabethans III Wheathampstead III Fourteen 2007 Welwyn Garden City V 2008 Hatfield Crusaders III 2009 Langleybury IV 2010 Cockfosters V 2011 Mill Hill Village III 2012 Redbourn IV 2013 Hitchin IV

Rickmansworth IV Broxbourne IV Hertford V Bushey III Preston IV Northwood Town III Kings Langley IV

Eleven East 2014 Broxbourne IV

Bentley Heath II

Eleven West 2014 Watford Town III

Redbourn III

Twelve East 2014 Datchworth III

Old Camdenians II

Twelve West 2014 Watford Town IV

Chorleywood IV


Herts League Records 1974 - 1999 First XI

Division Winner Berkhamsted Hertford Hertford Hertford Hertford Hertford Watford Town Bishop’s Stortford Watford Town Cheshunt Sawbridgeworth Luton Town Bishop’s Stortford Bishop’s Stortford Bishop’s Stortford Radlett North Mymms Radlett North Mymms Luton Town/St Albans

Second XI

Runner-up Bishop’s Stortford Sawbridgeworth Hitchin Hemel Hempstead Bishop’s Stortford Watford Town Stevenage Welwyn Garden City Luton Town St Albans Watford Town St Albans Sawbridgeworth Cheshunt St Albans St Albans Bishop’s Stortford Letchworth Cheshunt (title shared)

Winner Bishop’s Stortford Sawbridgeworth Radlett Bishop’s Stortford Hemel Hempstead Bishop’s Stortford Watford Town Bishop’s Stortford Stevenage Hemel Hempstead Hertford Watford Town Hertford Bishop’s Stortford Hemel Hempstead Bishop’s Stortford Hemel Hempstead Welwyn Garden City Bishop’s Stortford St Albans

Runner-up St Albans St Albans St Albans St Albans Bishop’s Stortford St Albans Tring Park Sawbridgeworth Hemel Hempstead Watford Town Hemel Hempstead Welwyn Garden City Bishop’s Stortford Stevenage Bishop’s Stortford Letchworth Luton Town Bishop’s Stortford North Mymms Radlett

Welwyn Garden City Hoddesdon St Albans Watford Town Hoddesdon Radlett Barnet

St Albans Welwyn Garden City Luton Town Radlett St Albans Hoddesdon Hertford

Radlett Radlett Stevenage Bishop’s Stortford Hoddesdon Radlett Luton Town

1994 One Langleybury 1995 Potters Bar 1996 Knebworth Park 1997 Old Millhillians 1998 Cockfosters 1999 Dunstable

Old Camdenians Dunstable Chorleywood Hertford Chorleywood Hitchin

Old Millhillians Dunstable Old Millhillians Knebworth Park Berkhamsted Harpenden

Langleybury Potters Bar Knebworth Park Wheathampstead Chorleywood St Margaretsbury

1994 Two 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Harpenden Cottered Rickmansworth Old Camdenians Northwood Flitwick

Baldock Abbots Langley North Enfield Hatfield Southgate Adelaide Eversholt

Harpenden UCA Redbourn Kings Langley Rickmansworth Northwood

Cottered Boxmoor Radlett A Old Camdenians Preston Abbots Langley

1994 Three 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Preston Rickmansworth Reed Braughing Sandridge Holtwhites Trinibis

Old Haberdashers Old Owens Southgate Adelaide Ickleford Flitwick Clarendon

Old Owens Kings Langley Preston Reed County Hall Botany Bay

Reed Rickmansworth Old Haberdashers Southgate Adelaide Southgate Compton Holtwhites Trinibis

1994 3rd XI “A” 1995 1994 3rd XI “B” 1995

Welwyn Garden City Welwyn Garden City Little Gaddesden Potters Bar

Watford Town Hertford Knebworth Park Langleybury

1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993

1994 Premier 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 Premier A 1999 Premier B

St Albans Radlett Radlett Radlett Langleybury Hemel Hempstead West Herts

1996 Four Hitchin 1997 County Hall 1998 Brimsdown 1999 Clifton

St Albans Clarendon County Hall Brimsdown Potton Town Clarendon Potton Town Cheshunt Stevenage Letchworth

1996 Five East County Hall 1996 Five West Dunstable 1997 Five Hemel Hempstead 1998 North Mymms 1999 Hertingfordbury

Brimsdown Shenley Village Hitchin Cheshunt Tewin

1997 Six 1998 1999

Langleybury Old Centralians Hoddesdon

Tesco Sahibs Harpenden Greenwood Park

1997 Seven 1998 1999

Cavendish Ibis St Thomas

Abbots Langley Kings Langley Rickmansworth

From 1974 to 1993 the League comprised up to 18 clubs. Merger with the Herts Competition ahead of the 1994 season increased the League to 75 clubs, in four 1st & 2nd XI divisions. Further divisions were added to accommodate new clubs, with 95 in membership by 1998. In 1999 the premier division was split into two divisions of 10. 143


Hertfordshire Competition Winners 1968 - 1993

Group One First XI Second XI Winner Runner-up Winner Runner-up 1968 Tring Park Welwyn Garden City 1969 Berkhamsted Bishop’s Stortford 1970 Royston Hitchin Letchworth Watford Town 1971 Berkhamsted Hertford Watford Town St Albans 1972 Bishop’s Stortford Royston Bishop’s Stortford St Albans 1973 Old Finchleians Bushey St Albans Letchworth 1974 Harpenden North Mymms North Mymms Harpenden 1975 Kings Langley Abbots Langley Abbots Langley Potters Bar 1976 Totteridge Kings Langley Totteridge Harpenden 1977 North Mymms Hoddesdon Old Albanians Harpenden 1978 Hoddesdon Old Albanians North Mymms Knebworth Park 1979 Old Albanians Knebworth Park North Mymms Leverstock Green 1980 Hoddesdon North Mymms Leverstock Green Hatfield Hyde 1981 Hoddesdon Wheathampstead Totteridge Hoddesdon 1982 Kings Langley Hoddesdon Leverstock Green Abbots Langley 1983 Totteridge Wheathampstead Totteridge Leverstock Green 1984 Knebworth Park Redbourn Redbourn Potters Bar Division One First XI 1985 St Margaretsbury Knebworth Park 1986 Potters Bar Bessborough 1987 Wheathampstead St Margaretsbury 1988 Northwood Town Potters Bar 1989 Old Millhillians Bessborough 1990 Bessborough Old Millhillians 1991 Wormley Old Millhillians 1992 Langleybury Bessborough 1993 Broxbourne Old Millhillians

Second XI Hatfield Hyde Totteridge Bessborough Harpenden Leverstock Green St Margaretsbury Totteridge Northampton Exiles Bessborough Totteridge Bessborough Harpenden Harpenden Chorleywood Chorleywood Bessborough Potters Bar Leverstock Green

Group Two First XI Winner Runner-up 1969 Sandridge Weston 1970 Cuffley ICL (Letchworth) 1971 Knebworth Park Langleybury 1972 Langleybury Old Hertfordians 1973 Langleybury Knebworth Park 1974 Langleybury Sandridge 1975 Allenburys Old Hertfordians 1976 Allenburys Ickleford 1977 Allenburys Preston 1978 Ickleford Bovingdon 1979 Ickleford Datchworth 1980 Boxmoor Datchworth 1981 Old Owens Datchworth 1982 Boxmoor Datchworth 1983 Waltham X Rosedale Old Owens 1984 Wormley Boxmoor

Second XI Winner Runner-up

Datchworth Datchworth Old Owens Old Elizabethans Ickleford Old Cholmeleians

Bedmond Old Elizabethans Old Elizabethans Old Owens Old Owens Ickleford

Division Two 1985 Bessborough Abbots Langley Bessborough Old Millhillians 1986 Hatfield Hyde Ickleford Hatfield Hyde Broxbourne 1987 Broxbourne Northwood Town Northwood Town Hatfield 1988 Old Millhillians Old Camdenians Old Camdenians Old Millhillians 1989 Boxmoor Wormley St Margaretsbury Hatfield 1990 Hatfield Hyde Kings Langley Kings Langley North Enfield 1991 Langleybury Wheathampstead Langleybury North Enfield 1992 Bayford & Hertford Eggington Foresters St Margaretsbury North Enfield 1993 St Margaretsbury Old Finchleians St Margaretsbury Radlett A Division Three 1985 Sandridge 1986 London Colney 1987 Old Camdenians 1988 Parkfield 1989 Reed 1990 U.C.A. 1991 London Colney 1992 Old Finchleians 1993 Abbots Langley 144

Ickleford Datchworth Eggington Foresters Datchworth North Enfield Elstree Old Albanians Radlett A Cottered

Ickleford Eggington Foresters Old Owens London Colney Old Owens Old Owens Old Finchleians Radlett A Cottered

Datchworth Bayford & Hertford Old Camdenians Baldock Old Finchleians Old Elizabethans Radlett A Old Elizabethans Old Elizabethans


League Knockout Records Furnell Transport Cup Finals

(All Furnell finals played at Heath Park, Hemel Hempstead) 1986 Hemel Hempstead Town beat Sawbridgeworth by 57 runs. (Wednesday 20 August) Hemel Hempstead Town *Sawbridgeworth Man Of The Match: Nick Wright.

183-9 (45 overs) 126 (36.4 overs)

N P G Wright 61, M P McMahon 9-2-18-3, P R Monger 9-3-33-3 R Allen 85, R P J Miller 8.4-2-26-4, G Taylor 4-0-10-3

1987 Hemel Hempstead Town beat Totteridge by 37 runs. *Hemel Hempstead Town 166-7 (45 overs) Totteridge 129 (38.4 overs) M R Doodson 9-3-30-3 Man Of The Match: Nigel Wilkins.

(Wednesday 19 August)

N Wilkins 61, P A Burgess 32 G Graves 31, D J Smith 6.4-1-22-3, G Taylor 9-2-24-3,

1988 Hemel Hempstead T. beat Bishop's Stortford by 16 runs. (Wednesday 24 August) *Hemel Hempstead Town Bishop's Stortford Man Of The Match: Tim Smith.

104 88

(44.1 overs) (41.2 overs)

N P G Wright 28, A D Wacey 8.1-2-21-4, T S Smith 9-6-6-3 A D Wacey 23, T S Smith 23, G Taylor 7-4-6-2

1989 Bishop’s Stortford beat Cheshunt by 8 runs. *Bishop’s Stortford 169-8 (45 overs) Cheshunt 161 (43.2 overs) Man Of The Match: Charlie Bannister.

(Wednesday 23 August)

C S Bannister 51 R Kingshott 34, S Bunning 33, C S Bannister 5.2-1-14-2

1990 Welwyn Garden City beat Cheshunt by 7 wickets. *Cheshunt 175-8 (45 overs) Welwyn Garden City 179-3 (37.1 overs) Man Of The Match: Martin James.

1991 Watford beat North Mymms by 5 wickets. North Mymms Watford 165-5 Man Of The Match: Gary Black.

162-6 (45 overs) (36.5 overs)

153-8 (45 overs) (44.3 overs)

(Friday 18 August)

(44.5 overs)

N Siddique 50, S Syed 35, T Shukla 35, J P McGill 9-2-31-3,

228-3 (37.1 overs)

S J Page 95, N R C Maclaurin 83

1996 Welwyn Garden City beat Hertford by 73 runs. Welwyn Garden City Hertford 152 Man Of The Match: Stuart Page.

(Friday 19 August)

D Suter 61, S P Moffat 3-26 K Jahangir 62*

1995 Welwyn Garden City beat Barnet by 7 wickets. Barnet 225 M J Walshe 9-0-42-3 *Welwyn Garden City Man Of The Match: Stuart Page.

(Friday 27 August)

G Thompson 70, J R Page 34, D Carlisle 5-40, A Needham 3-19 A Needham 54, D Carlisle 40*

1994 Radlett beat St Albans by 7 wickets. *St Albans Radlett 154-3 Man Of The Match: David Suter.

(Friday 28 August)

R Muggeridge 7.1-4-11-3, B Hartman 6-3-12-3

1993 Watford beat Luton Town by 6 wickets. Luton Town 180 (44.5 overs) *Watford 184-4 (43.2 overs) Man Of The Match: Andy Needham.

(Friday 30 August)

M D Saxby 59*, R R Baigent 30, G R Black 26 D Carlisle 58*, G R Black 9-1-19-4

1992 Old Millhillians beat Hemel Hempstead Town by 9 wickets. *Hemel Hempstead Town 52 (36.1 overs) Old Millhillians 54-1 (8.1 overs) Man Of The Match: Ben Hartman.

(Friday 31 August)

M Taylor 41, B W Davis 30, M A Wedderburn 9-2-20-3 M H James 68, P A P Driver 57

225-9 (45 overs) (39.3 overs)

1997 Radlett beat Bishop’s Stortford by 172 runs. *Radlett 358-1 (45 overs) Bishop’s Stortford 172 (33 overs) Man Of The Match: Campbell Horlock.

(Friday 16 August)

S J Page 100, B J Frazer 9-1-35-4 G A Buchanan 33, S J Page 8-1-39-3

(Friday 15 August)

F C Horlock 249*, D M Robinson 64*, N J Fielden 32 S Burrow 51, A D Wacey 36, A N S Hampton 5-43, S M Browne 3-35

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Becker Transport Cup Finals

(All Becker finals played at Shenley Park unless stated) 1998 North Mymms beat Luton Town by 11 runs. (Played at Lucas Lane, Hitchin) North Mymms 185-6 (45 overs) *Luton Town 174-8 (45 overs) Man Of The Match: Simon Clements.

(Friday 4 September)

A S Lewis 44, S M Clements 39, J Sheard 6-0-41-3 J R Page 66*, D P Duggan 9-2-21-3, S M Clements 9-0-32-3

1999 Langleybury beat Letchworth by 24 runs. *Langleybury Letchworth Man Of The Match: Nigel Ilott.

184-8 (45 overs) 160 (42.3 overs)

(Friday 3 September)

N J Ilott 57 M Barham 40, J Hilliard 38, J Khan 9-1-22-3, R S Jerome 9-2-28-3

2000 Hertford beat Millhillians by 154 runs.

(Friday 1 September)

*Hertford 287-5 (50 overs) C N Cavener 74, R M Carter 66, S G Cordingley 49, A Moulding 48 Millhillians 133 (41.2 overs) R J Cordingley 9.2-4-37-4 Man Of The Match: Cliff Cavener & Rob Carter (joint award).

2001 Hertford beat Millhillians by 9 wickets. (Played at Balls Park, Hertford)

(Sunday 9 September)

*Millhillians 127 (42.3 overs) B Spencer 32, J Rixson 10-2-41-3 Hertford 128-1 (20.1 overs) R M Carter 50, C N Cavener 46* Man Of The Match: Cliff Cavener & Rob Carter (joint award). (Match replayed at Hertford after original final at Shenley was rained off on Friday 31 August).

2002 Radlett beat Welwyn Garden City by 2 wickets. *Welwyn Garden City 192-6 (50 overs) Radlett 196-8 (47 overs) Man Of The Match: Marcin Wrodarczyk.

(Sunday 1 September)

T P Cranston 52, S J Page 37, M S Wrodarczyk 35* J A Freedman 31, K Marc 31, M S Wrodarczyk 7-0-42-4

2003 Sawbridgeworth beat Radlett by 7 wickets.

(Sunday 31 August)

*Radlett 232 (48.5 overs) N J Fielden 81, A N S Hampton 39, S J Lowe 37, D G Wilson 9.5-3-26-4, D M Hull 7-0-25-2 (plus a run-out) Sawbridgeworth 236-3 (41.3 overs) N G E Walker 102*, D M Hull 78*, S M Browne 10-1-30-3 Man Of The Match: Daniel Hull.

2004 Welwyn Garden City beat Hertford by 5 wickets. *Hertford 249-7 (50 overs) Welwyn Garden City 251-5 (44.5 overs) Man Of The Match: Cliff Cavener.

2005 Hertford beat Sawbridgeworth by 151 runs. *Hertford 293-8 (50 overs) Sawbridgeworth 142 (40.3 overs) Man Of The Match: Richard Cordingley.

(Sunday 4 September)

R Darby 89*, S N Ruskin 85, P S James 10-4-38-3, M D Burrell 10-0-68-3 M D Burrell 30, R J Cordingley 10-1-31-5

2006 Potters Bar beat Hemel Hempstead Town by 193 runs. *Potters Bar 293 (49.1 overs) Hemel Hempstead Town 100 (31.3) Man Of The Match: Kaushalya Weeraratne.

(Sunday 5 September)

C N Cavener 89, J Rixson 47, B J Frazer 9-0-53-3 M H James 67, M A Everett 61, B J Frazer 36*

(Sunday 10 September)

K Weeraratne 121, M C Palmer 51 J Potton 26, L M G Cooper 10-0-34-4, P B Barker 9.3-2-26-3

Herts County Cup Finals

(All finals played at Shenley Park)

2007 Radlett beat Knebworth Park by 6 wickets. *Knebworth Park Radlett 118-4 Man Of The Match: Gareth Berg.

116 (46.4 overs) (27 overs)

(Sunday 9 September)

D Lowe 28, R J Crocker 8-1-26-3 G K Berg 51*

2008 Welwyn Garden City beat Sawbridgeworth by 4 wickets. (Sunday 14 September) Sawbridgeworth *Welwyn Garden City Man Of The Match: Derek Tate.

129 (46 overs) 130-6 (26.5 overs)

L D F Gaylard 71*, D Tate 10-1-18-2 D Tate 45*, A W Laraman 31, M D Burrell 4-0-18-3

2009 Radlett beat Potters Bar by 103 runs. *Radlett 212-8 (50 overs) Potters Bar 109 (37.4 overs) Man Of The Match: Mike Crocker. 146

(Sunday 6 September)

K Toor 43, T E Jenkins 41, M Crocker 40*, L M G Cooper 10-2-43-3 T Sikandar 27, H Paynter 10-1-35-3


Readers Herts County Cup Finals (All finals played at Cobden Hill, Radlett)

2010 Bishop’s Stortford beat Radlett by 4 wickets. *Radlett 165 Bishop’s Stortford Man Of The Match: Harry Bass.

(47.2 overs) 166-6 (47 overs)

2011 Letchworth Garden City beat Cockfosters by 4 wickets. Letchworth Garden City *Cockfosters Man Of The Match: David Albon.

164-5 (20 overs) 123 (19.5 overs)

(Sunday 5 September)

H Paynter 32, F Crawford 31, S M Coleman 10-1-35-3 H Bass 44, L T Padgett 37*

(Sunday 4 September)

D Albon 87 J Bennett 63, E J Morse 4-0-17-3

2012 Letchworth Garden City beat Sawbridgeworth by 6 wkts. (Sunday 9 September) Sawbridgeworth 251-6 (50 overs) *Letchworth Garden City 255-4 (49.4 overs) Man Of The Match: Tom Simmons.

D G Wilson 101, M D Burrell 57, R D G Sanders 31 T Simmons 97, D Albon 40, W Aitkenhead 38, W Bates 30

2013 Radlett beat Sawbridgeworth by 8 wickets. Sawbridgeworth 127 (43.5 overs) *Radlett 131-2 (21.2) Man Of The Match: Danny Wilson

(Sunday 24 August 2014)

D Wilson 63, K Toor 9-2-22-4, S Browne 10-0-43-2 , S Burger 4.5-3-2-2 S Burger 40*, J McLean 31*

Herts County Cup - The Winners (1986 - 2013) In chronological order, 12 different clubs have won Hertfordshire’s premier limited-overs competition as follows: Hemel Hempstead Bishop’s Stortford Welwyn Garden City Watford (Old) Millhillians Radlett North Mymms Langleybury Hertford Sawbridgeworth Potters Bar Letchworth Garden City

(3) 1986, 1987, 1988 (Also Runners-Up in 1992 & 2006) (2) 1989, 2010 (Also Runners-Up in 1988 & 1997) (5) 1990, 1995, 1996, 2004, 2008 (Also Runners-Up in 2002) (2) 1991, 1993 (1) 1992 (Also Runners-Up in 2000 & 2001) (6) 1994, 1997, 2002, 2007, 2009, 2013 (Also Runners-Up in 2003 & 2010) (1) 1998 (1) 1999 (3) 2000, 2001, 2005 (Also Runners-Up in 2004) (1) 2003 (Also Runners-Up in 1986, 2005, 2008, 2012, 2013) (1) 2006 (Also Runners-Up in 2009) (2) 2011, 2012 (Also Runners-Up in 1999)

Seven other sides have reached the final without lifting the trophy: Totteridge Cheshunt Luton Town St Albans Barnet Knebworth Park Cockfosters

(1) 1987 (2) 1989, 1990 (2) 1993, 1998 (1) 1994 (1) 1995 (1) 2007 (1) 2011

Radlett have reached the final on 8 occasions, ahead of Welwyn Garden City and Sawbridgeworth (6), Hemel Hempstead (5), Hertford and Bishop’s Stortford (4).

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Becker Transport Cup - Plate Finals

(All finals played at Shenley Park unless stated) 2000 Chipperfield beat Letchworth by 4 wickets. (Friday 1 September) Letchworth *Chipperfield

206 (47.3 overs) 209-6 (48.4 overs)

A J F Hislop 113, I McNicol 8.3-2-27-4, D J Sullivan 9-0-44-3 I McNicol 80, M D Garrini 30, B Cottenden 9-1-46-4

2001 St Margaretsbury beat Botany Bay by 2 wickets.

(Sunday 9 September)

*Botany Bay 209-7 (50 overs) D Raymond 57, R Horsham 33 St Margaretsbury 210-8 (47.2 overs) A D M Parker 40, D Nicolas 32, B Tombs 10-3-19-3 (Match replayed at St Margaretsbury after original match at Shenley on 31 August rained off).

2002 Letchworth beat Leverstock Green by 25 runs. *Letchworth Leverstock Green Man Of The Match: Ian Bowyer.

221-9 (45 overs) 196 (43.2 overs)

(Sunday 1 September)

I J Bowyer 77, A Shelley 38*, B Cottenden 38, D Wall 9-0-31-5 B Klosterman 52, I J Bowyer 8.2-0-43-4, B Cottenden 9-2-36-3

2003 Cockfosters beat Preston by 4 wickets. *Preston Cockfosters Man Of The Match: Steve Luke.

213 (44.4 overs) 217-6 (41.3 overs)

2004 Sawbridgeworth beat Langleybury by 8 wickets. *Langleybury 155 (34 overs) Sawbridgeworth 157-2 (19.2 overs) Man Of The Match: David Burrell.

(Sunday 4 September)

A T McLean 155*, N J Nyugen 35, A Rehman 33 M Corran 58*, C F Winton 38

2006 Northchurch beat Hitchin by 10 wickets. *Hitchin 158 (40.4 overs) Northchurch 159-0 (26.2 overs) Man Of The Match: David Wilkinson.

(Sunday 5 September)

D D Burrell 8-1-23-3, P T Marshall 9-3-38-3 R S Marshall 61*, D C Brede 33

2005 Old Albanian beat Sandridge by 138 runs. *Old Albadnian 319-4 (45 overs) Sandridge 181-6 (45 overs) Man Of The Match: Andrew McLean.

(Sunday 31 August)

J Hare 67, M Burleigh 33, A Ender 31, C Cole 30, S Alexander 8.4-2-25-3 M Fisher 64, S Luke 48*, D O’Leary 33

(Sunday 10 September)

J Lewis 53, A Hicks 33, D Wilkinson 6-3-13-5 D Pearce 73*, S Maylott 68*

Herts County Trophy Finals

(All finals played at Shenley Park) 2007 Holtwhites Trinibis beat Wormley by 107 runs. Holtwhites Trinibis *Wormley Man of the Match: Paul Hewitt.

278 171

(49 overs) (26 overs)

2008 Redbourn beat Northampton Exiles by 97 runs. *Redbourn 180-9 (45 overs) Northampton Exiles 83 (27.5 overs) Man Of The Match: Darren Bassill. 205-8 (50 overs) 202-9 (50 overs)

(Sunday 14 September)

B Roe 41, S Osman 30, A Browne 9-0-40-3 A Ghaffar 21, D Bassill 9-5-15-4, G Tookey 8-0-35-3.

2009 Chipperfield Clarendon beat Redbourn by 3 runs. *Chipperfield Clarendon Redbourn Man Of The Match: Dan Roe.

(Sunday 9 September)

P Hewitt 76, K Bacchus-Brown 53, J Tarling 34 D Pomeroy 51, R Stevenson 30

(Sunday 6 September)

I Grout 46, G W Wise 38 D Roe 80, B Roe 43, C Godfrey 38

Readers Herts County Trophy Finals

(All finals played at Cobden Hill, Radlett unless stated) 2010 Holtwhites Trinibis beat Hatfield Hyde by 116 runs. (Sunday 5 September) *Holtwhites Trinibis 219 Hatfield Hyde 103 Man Of The Match: Kevin Burgess.

(50 overs) (32 overs)

K Burgess 91, M Mason 58, J Bryceland 10-2-27-4, N Saunders 8-0-42-3 S Ahmed 41

2011 Kings Langley beat Northchurch by 8 wickets. *Northchurch 89 (20 overs) Kings Langley 90-2 (15 overs) Man Of The Match: Mitchell Roberts.

2012 Kings Langley beat Met Police Bushey by 5 wickets. *Kings Langley 215 (49.2 overs) Met Police Bushey 207 (49.4 overs) Man Of The Match: Varman Ratnakunaran 148

(Sunday 4 September)

D Gibson 20, T Garraway 18, T Sambrook 4-0-21-3, A Burnell 4-0-15-3 M Roberts 35, M Brazier 20*, P Ashford 18, T Garraway 1-0-9-1

(Sunday 9 September)

Varman Ratnakunaran 63, Brad Hughes 37, Joe Cooke 32 Mitchell Roberts 6-34*


2013 Shenley Village beat Old Elizabethans by 8 wickets. *Old Elizabethans 152-10 (30.0 overs) Shenley Village 156-2 (22.0 overs) Man Of The Match: Charlie Thurston

(Sunday 8 September)

R Gibson 37, R Laney 6-0-29-3 C Thurston 81*, L Willingham 58

2014 Shenley Village beat Botany Bay by 112 runs. (Played at Whitethorn Lane, Letchworth) *Shenley Village Botany Bay Man of the Match: Tom Bruce.

290-8 (50 overs) 178-10 (47.1 overs)

T Bruce 137, R Laney 89 K Harris 30, J Coleman 4-43

2015 Leverstock Green beat Abbots Langley by 3 wickets. (Played at Heath Park, Hemel Hempstead) *Abbots Langley Leverstock Green Man of the Match: Ajit Kumar.

261-6 (50 overs) 262-7 (50 overs)

(Sunday 7 September)

(Sunday 6th September)

S Newman 139, C Chellew 43, I Iqbal 2-21 M Barnard 55, K Jadeja 62, A Kumar 55, M Dunstone 2-23

2016 Shenley Village Beat Abbots Langley losing fewer wickets (Played at Manor House, Gallows Hill Lane, Abbots Langley) *Shenley Village Abbots Langley Man of the Match: Kris Nissen

177-8 (50 overs) 177-10 (49.2 overs)

K Nissen 71, j Urban 23, N Nightingale 10-3-17-2 C Chellew 50, B Warner 32, N Borkhatria 10-3-20-3, K Nissen 10-1-41-2

2017 Knebworth Park lost to Broxbourne by 6 wickets (Played at Old Knebworth Lane, Knebworth Park) Knebworth Park 230-8 (50 overs) *Broxbourne 231-4 (35.3 overs) Man of the Match: George Davies

(Sunday 3rd September)

A Sergeant 117, R Arslan 29, C Ridley 2-30 G Davies 103*, C Ridley 44, C Randall 2-54

2018 Shenley Village Beat Abbots Langley by 62 runs (Played at Shenley Cricket Centre) Shenley Village 235-5 (50 overs) *Abbots Langley 173 (44.5 overs) Man of the Match: Kiel Van Vollenhoven

(Sunday 2nd September)

K Van Vollenhoven 69, M Evans 56, T Elliott 24*, N Gurney 4-48 S Hamilton 38, O White 3-53, K Van Vollenhoven 3-31, T Elliott 3-16

Readers Herts 20/20 Finals

2014 Radlett beat Bishop's Stortford by 33 runs. Radlett *Bishop's Stortford

159-4 (20.0 overs) 126 (20.0 overs)

91-10 (18.3 overs) 97-5 (17.5 overs)

(Sunday 24 July)

R Leather 20, W Ray 21, D Foster 4-0-19-2, M Lee 3.3-0-8-3 F Crawford 26, J Armitage 18*, S Ruskin 4-0-14-2, A Carlson 3.5-0-35-2

2017 Bishop's Stortford beat Potters Bar by fewer wickets lost *Bishop's Stortford Potters Bar

151-8 (20.0 overs) 151-9 (20.0 overs)

123-10 (19.2 overs) 127-2 (15 overs)

101-10 (19.1 overs) 105-2 (14 overs)

(Sunday 8th July)

D Chatfield 53, J Burslem 23, Thilan Walallawita 2-22, Kamran Younas 2-25 Zawar Hussain 74*, Steve Gale 38, S Lindop 2-33, E Ballard 0-20

2019 Radlett beat Hertford by 8 wickets *Hertford Radlett

(Sunday 9th July)

J Burslem 32, T Burslem 28, J Hawkins 24, J Scott 2-26 D Hawley 40, C Bayliss 30, T Hussain 2-34, D Chatfield 2-39

2018 Bishop's Stortford lost to Potters Bar by 8 wickets *Bishop's Stortford Potters Bar

(Sunday 19 July)

113 (19.1 overs) 116-5 (18.4 overs

2016 Hertford lost to Radlett by 5 wickets *Hertford Radlett

(Sunday 27 July)

J McLean 77*, F Crawford 38, C Barrett 28* D Chatfield 49, K Toor 4-0-17-4, B Lederman 4.0-0-20-3

2015 Sawbridgeworth beat Letchworth Garden City by 5 wickets *Letchworth Garden City Sawbridgeworth

(Sunday 4th Sept)

(Sunday 14th July)

Max Lawrence 21, Fakir Dungaria 3-16, Abdulrahim Mulla 2-7 Kabir Toor 49*, Nathan Smith 28. Andrew Knight 1-24

2020 No competition

Readers Herts 20/20 Trophy Finals

2019 Old Elizabethans beat Broxbourne by 6 wickets Plate final - Rebourn beat Bushey on higher run rate 2020 No competition

(Sunday1st September)

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Herts Competition formed with one division of 1st XI sides, Group 1. Group 2 formed as a second division. 2nd XI division added to Group1 Hertfordshire League formed for the top 16 clubs in Herts. 2nd XI division added to Herts Competition Group 2 Hertfordshire Competition grows to 3 divisions, 34 clubs. League grows to 18 clubs. Furnell Transport Ltd sponsor the new League Knock-out Trophy 3rd XI league formed for Hertfordshire Competition. Merger of the Herts League and the Herts Competition forms the Hertfordshire Cricket League. 75 clubs compete in four divisions at 1st and 2nd XI, plus two 3rd XI divisions. Premier Division increased to 20 clubs. Introduction of 100 over game. A new feeder division created for new clubs to become full members of the League. Divisions 5, 6 & 7 replace existing divisions 4, 5 east and west. Divisions1, 2 & 3 increased to 20 clubs. KO cup sponsored by Becker Transport. Premier Division split into two divisions of 10 with matches played on a home and away basis. Website created containing information about the League and results. Sponsorship agreement initiated with Saracens RFC - £100,000 for first 3 years, and £30,000 per annum thereafter. Vertical structure of 14 divisions formed from 100 clubs. Premier Division becomes a feeder league for the Home Counties Premier League, playing 110 over game. Premier Division becomes division 2 east of the Home Counties Premier League. Junior Development League created; 22 clubs competing in four regional divisions. Final year of Becker Transport sponsorship of county knock-out cup Division 14 created to help accommodate 16 new teams. New Website launched. Record number of teams playing in the League - 260. Fully automated results system introduced with teams reporting via text message system. Kookaburra Readers become the new sponsors of the Cup and Trophy knock-out. Clubs withdrawn from the Home Counties Premier League and form the top of the Hertfordshire League. Divisions 11 East & 11 West, and 12 East & 12 West formed on a regional basis. 20/20 tournament introduced for the Premier and Championship sides. The League is awarded ECB Premier League status Structure revised making all divisions 10 teams playing home and away, with 9 timed format matches and 9 limited overs. Sunday T20 competition introduced to encourage more participation in cricket. New website launched to include an enhanced results reporting system using smartphones Premier and Championship to use pink ball and coloured clothing in League 50 over matches Smartphone App extended to allow for facilities and umpire marking. All matches in divisions 1-10B played under limited over format. Dinner in the Nursery Pavilion at Lord's celebrates 50 years of league cricket in Hertfordshire T20 Trophy competition introduced for non-premier clubs. Development divisions re-formed to give more cricket to young players. New partnership created with Herts Junior Leagues. Coronovirus pandemic severely affects all cricket. First half of league season cancelled. No promotion or relegation as a result of shortened season. No changing rooms or teas. Mike Wood retires as Results & Fixtures Secretary, after serving league cricket in Hertfordshire since 1985. Mike introduced and developed the web site, the automated results service, a computerised fixture list, the main handbook and match day handbook.


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