Herts League Handbook 2007

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

2007 www.hertsleague.co.uk

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Contents

Committee Members............................................................................................................... 3 Foreword................................................................................................................................. 4 Standing Sub-Committees...................................................................................................... 5 A Message from Our Sponsors............................................................................................... 6 Secretary's Report 2006.......................................................................................................... 7 Results Service..................................................................................................................... 10 Facilities and Representatives.............................................................................................. 12 Umpires Panel....................................................................................................................... 15 Constitution........................................................................................................................... 16 The Spirit of Cricket............................................................................................................... 20 Fast Bowling Directive........................................................................................................... 20 Safety Guidelines.................................................................................................................. 21 Match Rules.......................................................................................................................... 22 Match Day Procedure........................................................................................................... 25 Disciplinary and Appeals Procedures.................................................................................... 26 Divisions 1 & 2 – Player Behaviour....................................................................................... 27 Registration Rules & Procedure............................................................................................ 28 Clubs - Child Welfare Requirements..................................................................................... 29 Divisional Structure 2007...................................................................................................... 30 Club Directory........................................................................................................................ 31 Fixtures 2007......................................................................................................................... 54 Development Divisions Fixtures............................................................................................ 67 Development Division............................................................................................................ 68 Into the 21st Century............................................................................................................. 70 Herts County Cup and Trophy 2007..................................................................................... 72 Becker Transport Knockout Cup Final - 2006....................................................................... 73 Becker Transport Plate Competition Final - 2006................................................................. 74 Herts County Cup and Trophy - Rules.................................................................................. 75 Herts County Cup and Trophy - Playing Conditions............................................................. 76 Herts County Cup Draw - 2007............................................................................................. 79 Herts County Trophy Draw - 2007........................................................................................ 80 CCC Inter-League Competition 2007.................................................................................... 81 The Readers Sovereign Trophy Draw 2007.......................................................................... 81 Premier Leagues Cup Draw 2007......................................................................................... 81 Review of the Season 2006 - Richard White........................................................................ 82 League Tables 2006.............................................................................................................. 96 Divisional Averages 2006...................................................................................................... 99 Best Batting & Bowling Performances 1994-2006 (All Divisions)....................................... 105 Principal Records 2000-2006.............................................................................................. 106 Taking Stock........................................................................................................................ 132 1,000 up for Akash.............................................................................................................. 136 Check Your Club Insurance................................................................................................. 137 Clarke takes all ten.............................................................................................................. 138 Batting record smashed twice in one day!.......................................................................... 140 Record-breaking day for Tewin seconds............................................................................. 141 Reed’s day of records......................................................................................................... 142 Hertfordshire Association of Cricket Groundsmen.............................................................. 143 History of the League.......................................................................................................... 144 Grant Aid............................................................................................................................. 145 Facilities Marking 2006....................................................................................................... 146 Hertfordshire Cricket League Records................................................................................ 148 League Knockout Records.................................................................................................. 152 John Barker Cup 2006........................................................................................................ 155 4


Committee Members President

NIGEL WRAY

Office: 020 7224 2240

Chairman

TONY JOHNSON 1 Netherwylde Cottages, Watling Street, Radlett, Herts WD7 7HS. (Email: tonyjohnson@connectfree.co.uk)

Home: 01923 850597 Mobile: 07770 966688

Hon. Secretary and Discipline

RICHARD BAYLISS 50 Furtherfield, Abbots Langley, Herts WD5 0PN (Email: richard.bayliss3@ntlworld.com)

Home: 01923 446419 Mobile: 07887 824979

Hon. Treasurer

JIM LINEGAR Forest Hall, Forest Hall Road, Stansted, Essex CM24 8TU (Email: jim.linegar@tke-uk-thyssenkrupp.com)

Home: 01279 813321 Office: 01707 672008

Results and Fixture Secretary

MICHAEL WOOD 8 Coniston Close, Leverstock Green, Hemel Hempstead, Herts HP3 8RH (Email: michael.wood@mljr.co.uk)

Registration and League Welfare Officer

RICHARD BURLING 8 Herne Road, Stevenage, Herts, SG1 4RW (Email: richard.burling3@ntlworld.com)

Umpires’ Co-ordinator

DUDLEY ECKWORTH 'Pipers', Allard Way, Broxbourne, Herts EN10 7ER (Email: Jeaneckworth@aol.com)

Match Rules and Constitution

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

Home: 01992 422160 Office: 01438 314281

Sponsorship Co-ordination

TONY RHODES 26 Star Street, Ware, Herts SG12 7AQ (Email: anthonycrhodes@aol.com)

Home: 01920 465443 Mobile: 07919 390903

Facilities Co-ordination

NICK RICE 18 Carpenters Wood Drive, Chorleywood, Herts WD3 5RJ (Email: n.rice@lclark.com)

Home: 01923 286360 Office: 020 7437 0775

HACG Liaison

TIM WILKINSON 8 Pie Garden, Flamstead, Herts AL3 8BP (Email: tim_wilkinson01@hotmail.com)

Home: 01582 842111 Work: 01442 866240

Co-opted PAUL BLACKWELL Member paul.blackwell23@btinternet.com 5

Home: 01442 390353 Fax: 08708 362444 Mobile: 07703 394053 Home: 01438 215849 Mobile: 07885 288296

Home: 01992 465289

Home: 01923 351234


Foreword As I drove away from the hotel after our AGM in February, I was left wondering how, after presenting the player awards, we had managed to complete the business part in around 20 minutes. Either I had put Attila the Hun to shame, or clubs took the view that they were in agreement with the changes being proposed. “If it isn’t broken, then don’t fix it”. That certainly is the general view of our Executive Committee, although we are quite prepared to take the odd difficult decision or put forward pioneering proposals for clubs to review. Richard Bayliss has written a fascinating article (page 132) which tracks our league history, and perhaps backs up my claim. We have also included Richard’s 2006 Secretary’s report in this handbook (page 7), as well as Richard White’s extensive review of last season (page 82), so I will leave the past year to them and highlight some thoughts on the year ahead and beyond. Saracens deserve more from our valuable sponsorship arrangement, so we are changing the way in which we link the benefits with a commitment from all clubs to play their part in the bargain and return that support. Full details will be announced by the middle of our season so that there is plenty of time for all clubs to organise themselves for the start of the Saracens 2007/8 season. Mark Sinderberry, their Chief Executive, extends his best wishes to us on page 5 as he celebrates a much improved season and looks ahead to European action at Vicarage Road. At the time of writing we are still in discussions with a possible replacement sponsor for our Sunday knockout competition after the retirement of our friends at Becker Transport. The new format of the competition, with the Cup for the top 32 clubs, and the Trophy for the next 32, gives more clubs a much better chance to progress in the competition and should produce more closely fought matches. The financial implications of having no sponsor are significant, and we will cover some of the costs from existing reserves, but unless one of our potential sponsors signs up before June, there will be some costs which we may have to recover from clubs in the competition. It is clear from past performances of our clubs in Division One of the HCPL that something is not quite right. Despite best efforts and some bad luck with injuries to key players, West Herts missed out last year, so hopes of getting 2 clubs into HCPL Division One in 2008 rest with Radlett, who have been there before and know what to expect. I do believe that those clubs who have had one year at that level will have learnt a lot about what it takes to win matches at the top of the recreational ladder and will do much better second time around. However there is still a big difference in standard between some of the big town sides in Bucks and Berks when compared with Herts clubs. Sadly, in my view, some of it is to do with the level of payment to players. A more challenging reason is that our talented players are spread across too many clubs playing at the same level and only 5 miles apart, whereas in Bucks and Berks the big towns tend to have one senior club attracting the top players and a number of smaller clubs in the surrounding area playing at a lower level. Club loyalty is strong in Herts, and long may that continue. However, there have been plenty of rumours in the past about club mergers and in the last couple of years some negotiations took place, but they failed. The resurgence of interest in the game is a real test for clubs, and an increasing number are taking a strong lead in links with schools, which can only benefit the game in the long run. This is a major focus today, but it does require significant resources, both financial and managerial. 6


From a player pathway standpoint, maybe we have to look beyond the short term for the good of the talented players and the benefit of our County side. This is no easy task, but it is a subject which needs healthy debate and perhaps some bold moves on the part of clubs, our League and the County to agree a strategy which helps to develop the best talent. The new County Development Manager, Richard Darwin, has strong views on this and will be working with Focus clubs this year to understand more about our development plans, and how they sit with the Whole Sport Plan for cricket. We go back to a 90 over game in Divisions 11 to 14, and we will see if it solves the problem of late finishes for the sides with predominantly younger players. Having got it through for this year, we can review whether it achieves its objectives when voting on it becoming a permanent change at next year's AGM. The trauma associated with the ACU & S and the ECB Officers Association will hopefully be resolved during the coming months. Thank God for Dudley Eckworth and Peter Hinstridge, who work tirelessly in arranging coverage by panel umpires. Recruitment for the future is still a worry, as it is for scorers, and clubs will have to accept the consequences if the numbers dry up as the years pass. So it’s back to the annual plea for names to go forward for the training courses in the winter. Finally, I want to thank all the members of our Executive Committee and their many subcommittee members who work so hard out of season on your behalf to prepare for a seamless start in May, and carry on throughout the summer to keep things running smoothly. I hope you and all your supporters have a successful and enjoyable season, and I look forward to seeing you at the Annual Dinner on 5th October, and at Vicarage Road over the winter months. Tony Johnson Chairman

Standing Sub-Committees

The sub-committees shown below will be in effect for 2007. League Chairman, Tony Johnson, is an ex-officio member of all sub-committees. Sub-committee chairman is shown in bold.

Competitions Tony Johnson David Anderson Doreen Browne Paddy Carlin Brian Mulholland Richard White

Constitution and Match Rules Barry Hellewell Richard Bayliss Richard Burling

Discipline

Richard Bayliss Paul Blackwell Richard Burling

Child Welfare Richard Burling Tony Johnson

Facilities & Divisional Representatives Nick Rice Dan Heydon David Pett Trevor Sturgess Peter Yates

Results, Fixtures & Handbook Michael Wood Richard Bayliss David Brett Mo Chaudry Robert Furber Gill Mackenzie Richard White

Umpires

Sponsorship, Finance & Annual Dinner Jim Linegar Ian Lawless (0208 441 0723) Tony Rhodes

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Dudley Eckworth Vic Allen David Anderson Peter Hinstridge


A Message from Our Sponsors Dear SHCL Members, I am very pleased to be welcoming you to your 2007 season and to confirm Saracens’ continued association with the Hertfordshire Cricket League. I know that cricket is going through major changes and your club’s workload continues to grow. With more youngsters wanting to play, your role in the community is important, and Saracens is keen to play its part in supporting that ongoing development. Saracens continue to look at new approaches to encourage all of you to support both your club and Saracens to our mutual benefit. Your Executive has always shown great enthusiasm to strengthen our relationship, and I am keen to make our partnership work for us all. We look forward to seeing all of you at Vicarage Road when we begin our Guinness Premiership campaign in September and I wish every player, supporter and those behind the scenes the best of luck during your coming season. Best wishes from us all at Saracens. Mark Sinderberry. Chief Executive

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Secretary's Report 2006

Another good year for the Saracens Herts League but perhaps not a great one. Although Millhillians and the champion clubs of the 12 other divisions might disagree. As will the many clubs who earned promotion to a higher division. And Potters Bar and Northchurch who won the two Becker Cup finals. So it’s congratulations to all those who enjoyed success last season.

Under the ‘disappointing’ category was our failure to improve Hertfordshire’s representation in the 1st division of the Home Counties Premier League. West Herts looked equipped for a long stay among the elite but were cruelly struck by injuries and the quality of the league proved too much of a test for their depleted squad. We wish Radlett good fortune, as they carry the flag for Herts clubs in the coming season. Why our clubs have failed to cut it in the premier league is perplexing. It’s not through lack of effort. It may be through lack of strength in depth as our talent is spread so thinly among so many clubs. For those decent players who live in or near High Wycombe or Slough or Reading there’s almost no choice but to join those clubs at the centres of their communities. Any cricketers this side of the county border are spoilt for choice. Attempts at amalgamations, offering a common-sense solution, have been defeated. Mostly by the traditionalists, who won’t let go. Another factor is the financial resources that those HCPL clubs seem to be able to draw on (again the money is concentrated within a few). It helps them to attract top players in a league where payment is allowed. Among those who are attracted are good overseas players and it’s interesting, if not amazing, to see that the forthcoming AGM of the HCPL is being asked to consider a ban on overseas players from 2008. If it goes through (unlikely), the next big question is whether the Saracens Herts League should follow suit? Watch this space. Perhaps we will receive opinions at the AGM. One advantage that we can claim over the HCPL is the quality of our sponsorship. Saracens have now put nearly £200,000 into Hertfordshire cricket. An astonishing sum. Every club in our league and hundreds of individual players have benefited. So why are so few clubs willing to make a real effort to give our sponsor the simple return that he seeks? That’s bums on seats at Saracens home games. We are about to change the system so that the ticket allocation is spread more evenly among clubs, including incentives and rewards. A more equitable solution. We have also enjoyed loyal sponsorship from Becker Transport for the county KO cup, but that has now come to an end with the owners of the business moving abroad. We acknowledged the contribution of Rod & Wendy Becker with a special presentation at Shenley in September. Now the search is on for a replacement sponsor. We have ideas but further ideas, from any source within the league, would be welcome. For the 2007 tournament, which will continue with or without a sponsor, the format is changing. The Plate competition is being abolished in favour of two separate knock-outs. One for the top 32 league clubs and another for the next 32. Both finals continue at Shenley. The workload undertaken by the League’s executive committee continues to grow, so it was good to see national recognition for the massive contribution made by one of our team. Mike Wood does a remarkable job creating fixtures, producing the handbook, managing the web site, and above all running a results service second to none. Mike was shortlisted for an ‘OSCA’, in the ‘clubs & leagues’ category, in the ECB’s scheme to acknowledge the volunteers who make club cricket possible. At the ceremony at Lord’s in October, Mike found himself up against 9


some very strong candidates, but he came away with the prize, as all of Hertfordshire knows he should. We add our congratulations to those of the many people who were present at that high profile event. We also offer congratulations to Chris Johnson of Knebworth Park who was shortlisted for the ‘Building Partnerships’ award, for his work in developing his club’s youth structure. Mike’s workload is already increasing ahead of the new season, as we will be accommodating three new clubs - Codicote, Great Gaddesden and Pirton, and no less than 13 new teams from existing member clubs. That means we have had to Michael Wood with Chris Johnson at the 2006 OSCA's at Lord's create a new Division 14. With the Sunday Development Division also increasing its numbers, it is clear that cricket in Hertfordshire is not standing still. It is good to note that the support Mike gets with the results service will benefit from the addition of two new volunteers, Mo Chaudry from Offley & Stopsley and David Brett, who is Welwyn based. We thank them for getting involved. And as if Mike didn’t have enough work to do, he is arranging the launch of a new-look web site this season (with some outside help). One advantage of the new web site will be that clubs can log in and update their own player registrations. Another area where we believe our efforts are paying dividends is in the improvement of facilities, as a result of establishing and enforcing minimum standards. Not everyone agrees and recently we have faced criticism for not being hard on some clubs by dishing out instant justice to those who have experienced problems. Our response is that we prefer to work with clubs, over a long period if necessary, to help them through a difficult period. More carrot than stick. For the record, we wrote to 11 clubs about the standard of their facilities at the end of the 2006 season. One ground was deemed unsuitable for league cricket and the club concerned had to look for an alternative. In three cases we told clubs that their grounds are considered virtually unfit for league cricket and a two year programme of improvements needs to be implemented, or the grounds cannot be used for league matches. The two year breathing space was given as we realise that drastic improvements cannot happen overnight but we also demanded a certain level of improvement in 2007, or action will be taken. Other clubs were threatened with demotion next season unless they take action to improve their marks. Our diligence will continue, balanced with common sense. An addition to the facilities marking scheme in 2007 will take place in divisions 1 & 2, where panel umpires will mark the pitch and outfield, completing a simple form to indicate their condition and suitability for the standard of cricket in the top divisions. This is being arranged at the request of the Herts Groundsman’s Association, partially to validate captains’ marks. Discipline was a mixed bag. We had to deal with some serious cases and a lot of griping about problems that should have been sorted on the day. Again for the record, from the top divisions one captain was suspended for two weeks for abusive and unacceptable behaviour. 10


Another player was suspended for two weeks for abusive language in a case that perhaps set a precedent for the future. His verbal outburst was deemed by his club (in their appeal) to be commonplace and almost the norm in most matches. The appeal panel judged (rightly) that an expression of foul language prompted by an umpire’s decision is not acceptable, whether directed at the umpire or offered to all within earshot. So the two week ban was upheld but the panel made a point of urging the executive committee to publicise such decisions more, to ensure the message gets through - that such outbursts are punishable, if reported. A similar request was made by an appeal panel after the season had ended. In that case they had considered an appeal against a four week ban imposed on a team captain and although the length of the ban was reduced, the point was made very strongly that captains are responsible for the behaviour of their players and this needs to be understood by all 250+ captains. Otherwise suspensions will result. This will be emphasised at the captains’ meeting in April. Related to that last case was a 10 week suspension imposed by the League on a player, for abuse and unacceptable behaviour. It was encouraging to learn, subsequently, that the player’s own club found his behaviour so unacceptable, knowing his previous record, that they suspended him for 15 weeks. We were applauding that decision at the very end of the season when we were notified by another senior club that they had taken internal action against two players for almost similar cases of appalling behaviour. Internal suspensions were imposed for the start of the 2007 season, totally in keeping with the suspensions that the league would have imposed. Such action is to be commended and we hope that all our member clubs take note of the standard that is expected of them. As a league we have decided it is time to get tougher on the outrageous language and behaviour that makes the lives of umpires and many players a misery. If clubs take action to pre-empt the League’s automatic two-week ban, that’s great. If they don’t, the League will apply its regulatory ban. Matching our action against players, it is also worth noting that action is taken against clubs for rule breaking and particularly for failure to register players. In line with all levels of cricket, we take this very seriously, so when one of our clubs ignored our requirements, we imposed a points penalty accompanied by a warning for the future. That club transgressed again and we had no hesitation in relegating the 1st XI to a lower division. The message is clear. Let me finish with that most important element of any cricket match - our umpires. They looked after us at every level, even the ’20 minute umpires’ wearing players’ whites. We need to realise that when a player dons the white coat for a short spell, for that period he is no longer a player, he is an umpire. He has the same rights as our senior umpires on the panel and deserves the same respect. And he should behave in the same way. Our thanks go to all umpires at every level. At the top end of the league, only 12 matches in divs 1 & 2 were not supplied with two panel umpires. That’s an excellent outcome. The situation will be made more difficult next season when the HCPL is asking for an additional four umpires from Herts. But the longer term view is more worrying, with a poor intake of new umpires. We have tried to help with the training side by allocating Saracens sponsorship money to new computers and projectors. But if clubs don’t encourage their members and ex-players to take up the cause, we will fail. I regret that’s a negative thought to end on, perhaps not consistent with what was another good year for the Saracens Herts League if not a great one. Richard Bayliss, Hon Secretary January 2007

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Results Service Reporting Requirements All results are required to be telephoned to the appropriate Divisional Results Secretary. Please read this information carefully as failure to comply could cost your team League points. When reporting a result by telephone, please leave only the following information on the answer phone: - the two clubs involved (home team first) - which team won the toss - who batted first, their score, wickets lost and overs received - who batted second, their score, wickets lost and overs received - the match result and points awarded - confirmation that scorers and umpires were provided if required under the match rules. - For Divisions One, Two and Three ONLY: Please provide any individual scores of 50 or more and any bowlers taking 5 or more wickets. Please state their full name, score or full bowling analysis. Please do not leave any other information on the answer phone as it causes delays for other clubs and takes up recording space unnecessarily. All results, including cancelled and abandoned games, are to be telephoned to the following Divisional Results Secretary as soon as possible after completion of the game. To be reported by 9.00pm on the day of the match:

Divisions One, Two and Three..........................Richard White............020 8485 8444

Divisions Four and Five....................................Robert Furber............020 8485 8422

Divisions Six and Seven ..................................Gill Mackenzie...........020 8485 8433

Divisions Eight and Nine ..................................Michael Wood............020 8485 8455

Divisions Ten and Eleven .................................Mo Chaudry...............020 8485 8466

Division Twelve, Thirteen and Fourteen...........David Brett.................020 8485 8477

For reference, HCPL Division Two East teams need to ring John Goodman on 01923 262548 by 8.45pm 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 a full result, as set out above, is not telephoned in before the deadline on the night of the match the home XI will be penalised 5 league points. These telephone numbers route to an automated answering machine. These numbers are only to be used for the reporting of results and are not normally checked during the week. Please ensure you dial the correct number. We have provision for 4 simultaneous messages on each line, so you should have no trouble reporting the result. Divisions 1 to 3 results should appear on Teletext and Ceefax, pages 476/7 and 399 respectively. 12


Appeals Procedure

Any appeal against a points fine, either for incorrectly reporting a result or not supplying an umpire or scorer, must be made in writing to the League Results Secretary within 3 days of the fine appearing on the results sheet. Supporting information (itemised telephone logs, etc.) should be provided where possible.

Results Distribution

The results will be sent to the clubs Results Contact each Sunday throughout the season by email (as a Microsoft Word document). If anyone other than the Results Contacts would like to receive an additional set of results then please use the subscribe option on the website or send your request to the league email address results@hertsleague.co.uk. Normally, the website is updated and the results emails sent by 1am Sunday morning. All the results and other information will be available on the Hertfordshire League website, www.hertsleague.co.uk. If you spot any errors in the information please report to results@hertsleague.co.uk.

Results Contacts

Below are the contact details for the results secretaries. These should not be used for reporting results, but for other queries. Michael Wood 8 Coniston Close, Leverstock Green Hemel Hempstead, Herts, HP3 8RH Email: results@hertsleague.co.uk

01442 390353

Richard White Email: rmwhite@connectfree.co.uk

01279 422567

Robert Furber Email: robert.t.furber@btinternet.com

01279 721050

Gill Mackenzie Email: macandgill@talktalk.net

01992 466206

Mo Chaudry Email: chaudrm@hotmail.com

01582 561350

David Brett Email: cricket@bretty.net

01707 818001

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Objectives

Facilities and Representatives

Facilities. The continued improvement of standards throughout the League for the benefit of all Clubs and the enhanced status of the League. To achieve this, we are able to offer guidance on methods of obtaining technical advice and the raising of funds via grants and loans. Sub-Committee (Divisional Representatives) To provide a channel of communication between clubs and the main committee. This would cover ideas and problems which can be investigated by the Representatives prior to them being raised with the Main Committee or relevant subcommittee. Minor problems can often be speedily resolved by this method.

Reporting Procedure It is the responsibility of the visiting Captain or his appointed representative to submit marks for the relevant facilities via the League web site (www.hertsleague.co.uk). The marks must be entered by 23.00 hours on the Monday following every match. Please note that the date and time of each report is automatically recorded. Failure to comply with the above deadline will result in the Club incurring a fine of ÂŁ20 for each offence. N.B: - It is essential to submit a report for matches that are cancelled or abandoned, indicating as such in the match status "box" (fines as above will also apply for failure to comply).

Promotion Criteria (For facilities requirements see constitution, rule 3) The results of each Club will have a bearing on the Club's ability to be either promoted or in extreme cases to remain in their current division or even in the League itself. The Constitution sets out the minimum facilities required in each division. As a general rule, a Club will only be considered for promotion if it attains an overall average mark in excess of 6.5 for the top two divisions and 6.0 for all divisions thereafter, over a 2-3 year period. Clubs failing to meet the marking criteria can expect an inspection of their facilities before promotion (probably with conditions attached) can be confirmed. Clubs will have the right of appeal (in writing) if there have been significant variations in the level of marks awarded or if for the ensuing season the Club has specific and finalised arrangements for the necessary improvements. The Committee will be able to exercise discretion but its decision will be final.

Notification of Facilities Marks Clubs perceived to have problems with any facility will be advised approximately halfway through the season of its own results compared with the average for the Division, which should enable Clubs to start to take action on necessary improvements. At the end of the season full details on a Club-by-Club basis will be made available. Tables for last season can be found later in this handbook (page 146).

Pavilion Facilities Comments only required where standards are considered unacceptable, giving due regard to the divisional status of the team concerned. Detailed comments should be provided on those facilities. Clubs, which appear to be recording a trend in sub-standard facilities for their pavilion, will be notified followed by an inspection to assess the reasonableness of the criticism.

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Facilities Reporting Scheme Guidelines Marks below 6: These represent an area where there may be a shortfall where probable remedial action or extra effort is required. Marks of 6 and below must be accompanied by helpful comments on the reporting system and in exceptional cases a letter may be sent. Marks between 8 to 10: For achieving "additional" standard, described below, or making an outstanding and obvious effort.

1. Pitch Basic:

Properly prepared (mown and rolled) to a width of 10 feet. Properly and clearly marked to conform to MCC Regulations and Recommendations (i.e. 5 foot and 1 foot lines). Be of reasonably consistent bounce throughout match and not affording excessive spin or movement off the seam. Adequate set of stumps and bails to be provided together with bowling markers (not left to umpires to provide). Sawdust and cloths available during wet conditions. Roller available for use between innings. Pitch ends to be cleaned up between innings and necessary re-marking to be done. Additional: Pitch to offer reasonable pace throughout match. 1st XI matches to be located in central area of square. Whole square to be closely and evenly mown and old wicket-ends repaired to give as true a fielding surface as possible. Stumps and bails to be properly matched sets and in good condition. Heavy set of bails to be available for windy conditions.

2. Outfield Basic:

Adequately mown to provide reasonably true fielding surface. Properly maintained and repaired so that it is free from stones, holes and other hazards. Reasonably flat (slight slopes and undulations not to be penalised) Additional: Finely mown, free from grass cuttings and rolled to provide fast and true surface. Flat and spacious. Well grassed over entire area.

3. Sightscreens (Division Six and above) Basic:

One provided at each end of ground. Adequate size (width and height), in good repair and of acceptable white/light coloured facade. Easily moved and in position before commencement of play. (No sightscreen = no points. 1 sightscreen = 4 points maximum). Positioned wholly outside playing area with boundary line adjusted where necessary. Additional: Very large if single variety or two (split) screens at each end. Clean and in really good condition giving excellent sighting for batsmen.

4. Boundaries Basic:

Marked as per divisional requirements. Adequate number of flags and markers. Straight and uniform within contours of ground. At least 50 yards from centre of pitch. Additional: Numerous and prominent markers or flags. Separately mown to give added prominence. Reasonably equidistant in relation to siting of pitch on square.

5. Scorebox (not necessarily applicable to divisions 7-14; scoreboard to be marked) Basic:

Main total to be clear and moveable (flip-over or lights) to ensure promptness. Overs, wickets and 1st innings score also to be clearly displayed and easily changed. To be a score box and not just a board, internal seating and table for scorers, providing adequate protection from the elements! Box should be clean and tidy. (Old fashioned "telegraph" type scoreboard limited to a maximum of 5 points). A clock, visible from the wicket, must be provided. If no clock is provided this must be reported Additional: Flip-over numbers or lights for all items mentioned above. Facility for recording individual scores of batsmen. Light or other clear method of acknowledging signals from umpires. Home" and "Visitors" boards available. Large, clear clock suitably positioned.

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Facilities Representatives Chairman

Nick Rice Tel: 01923 286360 18 Carpenters Wood Drive, Chorleywood, Herts. WD3 5RJ

Divisions One, Two

Trevor Sturgess Tel: 01923 447815 41 Goodwood Avenue, Watford, Herts. WD2 5LB

Divisions Three, Seven, Ten

Peter Yates Tel: 01920 484382 Woodlands, 19 Homefield Road Ware, Herts, SG12 7NG

Divisions Four, Five, Six, Thirteen

David Pett Tel: 01707 645298 170 Auckland Road, Potters Bar, Herts. EN6 3HT

Divisions Eight, Nine Eleven, Twelve

Dan Heydon Tel: 01727 731146 137 St Neots Road, (bus) Sandy, Beds. SG19 1BP

Division Fourteen

Nick Rice Tel: 01923 286360 18 Carpenters Wood Drive, Chorleywood, Herts. WD3 5RJ

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Panel co-ordinator, Cancellations and Re-appointments: Howard Abraham Vic Allen David Anderson Mike Arnold Andrew Bell Tony Bishop Bob Blake Peter Bradshaw Jeremy Bromfield Robert Browning Paddy Carlin Murray Carlson Phil Clark Geoff Cordingley David Crowe Bill Crumly Alan Dean Dipen Dixit Bill Donald Richard Dowden Terry Driver Dudley Eckworth John Farrent Cyril Flood Len Gold Richard Goodfellow Andrew Gould David Green Austin Guest Peter Haigh Nick Hall Ray Haxton Marc Hewitson Peter Hinstridge

Umpires Panel

Peter Hinstridge Tel/Fax: 01923 661107 42 Tudor Manor Gardens, Mobile: 07710 403524 Watford, Herts. WD25 9TQ Email: peter.hinstridge@btinternet.com

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Please note For all matches in Divisions One & Two, if only one panel umpire is appointed, he shall stand at the bowlers end in each over. In Divisions Three to Six inclusive, if there is only one non-playing umpire, it is preferred that he stands at the bowlers end in each over. In all other matches, non-playing club umpires shall stand at one end only for the duration of the match. Umpires should be notified of any cancellation no later than two hours before the scheduled match start time, otherwise both umpires' expenses for that match will be payable. In the event of a cancellation, the HOME club is responsible for contacting BOTH umpires. Home clubs are required to provide all match balls and spare balls, and advise umpires of local laws. For Divisions Six and above, the online umpires marking sheet should be completed on the website by both sides.

In Division One and Two, a ÂŁ20 fine will be levied if the marking information is not entered on the online form on the website within 48 hours of the match. 17


1. Title

Constitution

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

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: 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. 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 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 - Welfare of Young People in Cricket' policy and any future versions of that policy. d) Have ground 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 10-14: 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. Divisions 7-9: 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. Divisions 5-6: 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 and a telephone must be available in the pavilion. Division 4 and above: As above plus bar facilities within the pavilion. Changing rooms must be an adequate size for each team and all players’ kit. In divisions 7-9 inclusive dispensation from the minimum standards for facilities may be granted by the Executive Committee for 3rd XIs and lower. An artificial pitch may be used only in divisions 10-14. 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 six 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 four 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.

5. Officers

a) The Officers of the League shall be: the President, Chairman, Hon. Secretary, Hon. Treasurer, Results Secretary, and Fixtures Secretary. b) Officers and committee members standing for re-election shall be included on the agenda for the AGM. Nominations from member clubs (together with seconders) for new officers or committee members must be received by the Hon. Secretary at least 28 days before the AGM.

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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 12a).

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 £10.

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 2007: Clubs with one team in the League- £40; two teams - £80; three or more teams - £100. 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 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 - £33. 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 to be placed in 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 reasonable proposals to member clubs. Clubs may propose amendments to those proposals, which must be submitted to the Secretary at 19


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, 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) 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. Conduct and Discipline

Albeit not an exhaustive list, the following will be liable to face disciplinary action: i) Any player or member of a club who abuses or in any way challenges the authority of a match umpire in a way deemed unacceptable. ii) Any player or member of any club, who, in connection with any match, acts in a manner which could directly or indirectly prejudice the good name of the League, or which could be detrimental to the interests of the League, or of any member club. iii) Any club, club officer, or team captain which fails to control any of its players or members adequately. Any breach of this rule shall be dealt with in accordance with the disciplinary procedure published annually in the league handbook. Any club, player or member shall have the right of appeal against any penalty imposed by the Executive Committee under this rule, the full procedure for appeals to be published annually in the league handbook. The appeals procedure shall include an independent appeals panel which shall have the power to confirm, increase, reduce or overturn the previous penalty or punishment and whose decision shall be final and binding.

13. Player Eligibility

a) All players must be bona-fide playing members of their clubs. After June 15th in any season, no player shall move to a club and represent that club, having already played in that season in the Home Counties Premier League or Saracens Herts League for another member club. Any new players must be registered by 10pm on the Wednesday before the first match in which they appear. 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. b) No player shall receive any payment or payment in kind for playing for a club. 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 played for a club in that season, shall appear in a league match for that club in the remainder of that season. 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) To play in the League, all players must be registered under one or more of the following categories, with restrictions applying as shown, subject to any special exemptions granted in advance by the Executive Committee: Category 1 - UK citizen (i.e. passport holder); EU citizen; UK resident of more than four years - No restriction on number per team. Category 2 - Contracted player to a First Class county. - One per team unless they have been a Playing Member for a club for more than two years. Category 3 - Overseas Player. (A player resident in the UK for less than 2 years). - One per team. Category 3E - Overseas Resident (A player who has been continuously resident in UK for between 2 & 4 years) - One per team. In the event of there being no Category 3 player in the team, two Category 3E players shall be allowed. A player shall not be deemed to be continuously resident if he has been out of this country for longer than 35 days consecutively, or 70 days in total during the previous 24 months. No club may select a player who has played Test cricket (other than for England) in the previous 24 months. All players governed by this rule must be registered in writing with the League by 10pm on the Wednesday before the first match in which they appear. 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, all team sheets shall be countersigned as valid by one nonplaying umpire (where there are umpires) and by the opposition captain. The home team is responsible for posting both team sheets to the league officer responsible for registrations by the Thursday after the game was played, except in divisions 1 & 2 where the cards will be returned by the umpires. f) A player moving to another Herts League 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. g) In the event of an allegation against an ineligible player being proven (subject to appeal) the team fielding the ineligible player will forfeit the game with a 10 point deduction from their own points total and their opponents receiving 30 points. 20


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 by the mid-way point of the league season for the division concerned, shall be required to withdraw forthwith from that division, and all matches involving that team shall be declared null and void, with no points awarded. Any club/team failing to fulfil a fixture will be required to reimburse its opponents financially, at the rate applicable in that season for arranging a replacement fixture through the CCC Fixture Bureau. Any team unable to fulfil a league fixture must advise its opponents by 8:00pm on the Thursday preceding the match. Failure to do so will result in a financial penalty of £50 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.

15. League Structure

a) The league will be divided into an appropriate number of divisions in a single structure. 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. b) Division 1 will be linked to the Home Counties Premier League Division 2 East (HCPLD2E). Any member club’s 1st XI which is playing in the HCPLD2E and is subsequently relegated from, or opts out of the HCPLD2E, shall be eligible to return to division 1 of the Hertfordshire League. c) Clubs in division 1 of the Saracens Hertfordshire League shall be eligible for promotion to Division 2 East of the Home Counties Premier League (subject to approval of facilities) and will be promoted automatically unless they advise the Saracens Hertfordshire League by July 31st in each season that they wish to decline promotion. d) Two clubs will be normally promoted from division 1 into HCPLD2E but this will depend on how many clubs are relegated from HCPL divisions 1 & 2E. Any variations shall be announced as early as practicable. This may affect the number of clubs relegated from divisions 2-13, however, normally, between divisions 1 & 2, two clubs will be promoted and two relegated. Between each division 2-14 inclusive, normally four clubs will be promoted and four relegated. However, the Executive Committee shall have the discretion to vary the numbers promoted and relegated between divisions 11 - 14 depending on the number of clubs participating in those divisions. In all cases, if any of the clubs in a promotion place is deemed ineligible, due to the standard of facilities or any other reason, only the club finishing in the next place below the promotion places may be considered for promotion. Those clubs eligible for promotion shall be promoted only if their facilities are deemed acceptable by the Executive Committee. e) 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 which has taken the most wickets in all league matches shall be placed higher. If still equal, then the club with the higher scoring rate based on runs per wicket shall be the higher.

16. Team sheets, Results and Facilities Reporting

Failure to return 3 team sheets or 3 failures to provide a team sheet by any team will result in a 10 points fine for that team. Persistent offenders could face relegation. 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. All clubs are required to co-operate in reporting results, when requested, to press agencies and newspapers. A facilities reporting scheme will be operated throughout the league. 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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The Spirit of Cricket

Cricket is a game that owes much of its unique appeal to the fact that it should be played not only within its Laws but also within the Spirit of the Game. Any action which is seen to abuse this spirit causes injury to the game itself. The major responsibility for ensuring the spirit of fair play rests with the captains. 1. There are two Laws which place the responsibility for the team’s conduct firmly on the captain. Responsibility of captains - The captains are responsible at all times for ensuring that play is conducted within the Spirit of the Game as well as within the Laws. Player’s conduct - In the event of a player failing to comply with instructions by an umpire, or criticising by word or action the decisions of an umpire, or showing dissent, or generally behaving in a manner which might bring the game into disrepute, the umpire concerned shall in the first place report the matter to the other umpire and to the player’s captain, and instruct the latter to take action. 2. Fair and unfair play - 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 take action where required. 3. The umpires are authorised to intervene in cases of: Time wasting - Damaging the pitch - Dangerous or unfair bowling - Tampering with the ball - Any other action that they consider to be unfair 4. The Spirit of the Game involves RESPECT for: Your opponents - Your own captain and team - The role of the umpires - The game’s traditional values 5. It is against the Spirit of the Game: To dispute an umpire’s decision by word, action or gesture To direct abusive language towards an opponent or umpire To indulge in cheating or any sharp practice, for instance: a) to appeal knowing that the batsman is not out b) to advance towards an umpire in an aggressive manner when appealing c) to seek to distract an opponent either verbally or by harassment with persistent clapping or unnecessary noise under the guise of enthusiasm and motivation of one’s own side 6. Violence - There is no place for any act of violence on the field of play. 7. Players - Captains and umpires together set the tone for the conduct of a cricket match. Every player is expected to make an important contribution to this.

Fast Bowling Directive

Recent studies have revealed that overbowling is the most common cause of back injuries in this country. Evidence suggests that much of the damage occurs early in the playing career, and especially during growth spurts, though the effects do not often show themselves until the late teens. The more talented and more physically mature youngsters are generally most at risk, as they tend to play at more than one age group level. To ensure that young fast bowlers do not place undue stress on their bodies, every attempt must be made to keep the amount of bowling within reasonable limits. The following directives provide sensible levels and will apply in ALL league matches. A fast bowler is defined as a bowler to whom a wicket keeper in the same age group would in normal circumstances stand back to take the ball. U13 4 overs per spell 8 overs per day U14, U15 5 overs per spell 10 overs per day The age is based on the year U16, U17 6 overs per spell 18 overs per day starting at midnight on August 31st U18, U19 7 overs per spell 21 overs per day of the previous year For the purposes of these Directives a fast bowler is defined as a bowler to whom a wicket keeper in the same age group would in normal circumstances stand back to take the ball. Having completed a spell the bowler cannot bowl again, from either end, until the equivalent number of overs to the length of his* spell have been bowled from the same end. A bowler can change ends without ending his current spell provided that he bowls the next over that he legally can from the other end. If this does not happen his spell is deemed to be concluded. If play is interrupted, for any reason, for less than 40 minutes any spell in progress at the time of the interruption can be continued after the interruption up to the maximum number of overs per spell for the appropriate age group. If the spell is not continued after the interruption the bowler cannot bowl again, from either end, until the equivalent number of overs to the length of his spell before the interruption have been bowled from the same end. If the interruption is of 40 minutes or more, whether scheduled or not, the bowler can commence a new spell immediately. Once a bowler covered by these Directives has bowled in a match he cannot exceed the maximum number overs per day for his age group even if he subsequently bowls spin. He can exceed the maximum overs per 12 spell if bowling spin, but cannot then revert to bowling fast until an equivalent number of overs to the length of his spell have been bowled from he same end. If he bowls spin without exceeding the maximum number of overs in a spell the maximum will apply as soon as he reverts to bowling fast. Captains, Team Managers and Umpires are asked to ensure that these Directives are followed at all times. *Any reference to he/his should be interpreted to include she/her.

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Helmets

Safety Guidelines

Any player under the age of 18 playing in the Saracens Hertfordshire League, County Cup or County Trophy matches must wear a helmet when batting and when standing up to the stumps when keeping wicket. The Umpires must be provided with a team sheet before the start of the match identifying any player who is not yet 18 on the date of the match. Captains, coaches, managers and umpires must always ensure that a young player wears a helmet.

Age Restriction

A Youth player who is deemed to be under 13 (based on their age as at midnight on 31st August in previous year) for the season must have written permission from their parent or guardian to play in adult cricket. It is the club's responsibility to keep this written permission. Clubs and Captains should remember that it is the Captains responsibility to ensure the safety of all youth players and that the youth players are capable of playing in adult cricket. A youth player who is deemed to be under 11 for that season must apply for permission from SHCL committee for permission to play in adult cricket. SHCL committee will only allow youth players under 11 to play in adult cricket if a) they have written permission from their parent or guardian and b) if the club can demonstrate that the player is capable and safe in playing in adult cricket.

Captains’ responsibilities

The captain is responsible for the safety of any young players in his team. Captains must ensure young players wear a helmet in adult cricket regardless of the speed of the bowling or the circumstances of the match. Captains must also ensure when placing their field that young players do not infringe the fielding regulations for young players issued by the ECB.

Responsibility and action of umpires

The umpires should establish before the start of any match the age group of any young players taking part in the match. This will require a meeting with the manager, coach or captain. When the captain has indicated that there are young players taking part, the umpires should remind the captain that he is responsible for the safety of the young players throughout the match. The umpires should not allow play to proceed if the young player is not wearing a helmet in line with League regulations. Umpires should also ensure that young players do not infringe the fielding regulations for young players issued by the ECB.

What are the legal implications?

If a young player receives a head injury in a situation where the guidance had not been followed, there is a material risk that the person responsible for the player at the time the injury was sustained would be potentially liable for damages for negligence. In order to establish negligence it would be necessary to show: - that a person owes the cricketer a duty of care - that the person acted in breach of that duty of care; and - that the cricketer suffered loss or damage as a result of that breach. It will normally be possible to identify who was responsible for the safety of the player at the time the injury was sustained.

Definition of a Young Player

In law a young person is deemed to become an adult at age 18. The law also imposes a duty of care on those responsible for minors (i.e. those under the age of 18). The ECB is recommending that this guidance is followed by all players up to the age of 18.

Fielding Regulations

The ECB has also extended the existing regulations covering the minimum fielding distances for young players in all matches. No young player in the Under 15 age group or younger shall be allowed to field closer than 8 yards (7.3 metres) from the middle stump, except behind the wicket on the off side, until the batsman has played at the ball. For players in the Under 13 age group and below the distance is 11 yards (10 metres). These minimum distances apply even if the player is wearing a helmet. Should a young player in these age groups come within the restricted distance the umpire must stop the game immediately and instruct the fielder to move back. In addition any young player in the Under 16 to Under 18 age groups, who has not reached the age of 18, must wear a helmet and, for boys, an abdominal protector (box) when fielding within 6 yards (5.5 metres) of the bat, except behind the wicket on the off side. Players should wear appropriate protective equipment whenever they are fielding in a position where they feel at risk. These fielding regulations are applicable to all cricket in England and Wales. Age groups are based on the age of the player at midnight on 31 August in the year preceding the current season.

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1. Duration

Match Rules

a) Each match will start at 1.30pm unless otherwise indicated by the League. Tea, taken between innings, will last 20 minutes. At the discretion of the umpires, tea may be taken during any stoppage for rain. b) Matches will normally comprise 100 overs. The side batting first shall receive not more than 53 overs. Subject to rule c) below the side batting second shall receive the balance of the 100 overs not used by the side batting first. Any incomplete over in the first innings being counted as if a completed over. c) The side batting first is expected to complete its innings within 3 hours playing time. In the event of the side batting first receiving less than 53 overs in the time allotted, it shall have the option of batting on to receive some or all of the 53 overs allowed (but during this extra time only the batting side shall be entitled to pick up further bonus points). On the closure of the first innings the side batting first shall have the option of either using the balance of the 100 overs when fielding, or the number of overs representing 6 overs less than the number of overs bowled by the fielding side at the end of the allotted time of 3 hours. The side batting first must communicate its decision to the umpires during the interval between the innings. All time lost due to drinks intervals (which must have been agreed before the toss for innings) or late starting of the match, or late resumption after any interval, or any other unavoidable cause including injury to a player, shall be aggregated and taken into consideration in calculating the time allowed for completion of an innings.

Divisions 11-14

Matches will normally comprise 90 overs. The side batting first shall receive not more than 47 overs. Subject to rule (c) the side batting second shall receive the balance of the 90 overs not used by the side batting first. Any incomplete over in the first innings being counted as if a completed over. The side batting first is expected to complete its innings within 2 hours 40 minutes playing time. In the event of the side batting first receiving less than 47 overs in the time allotted, it shall have the option of batting on to receive some or all of the 47 overs allowed (but during this extra time only the batting side shall be entitled to pick up further bonus points). On the closure of the first innings the side batting first shall have the option of either using the balance of the 90 overs when fielding, or the number of overs representing 4 overs less than the number of overs bowled by the fielding side at the end of the allotted time of 2 hours 40 minutes. The side batting first must communicate its decision to the opposition captain during the interval between the innings.

2. Interference by weather:

i) In the event of a delayed start or any break in the first innings for bad weather, the length of the match will be reduced at a rate of two overs for each full seven minutes of play lost, with the recalculated total to be divided between the two sides such that the side batting first receives six overs more than the side batting second (subject to the laws governing a declaration). ii) In the event of stoppages, the time available for completion of the first innings shall be reduced by half the total time lost. iii) Any disruptions to play in the second innings shall result in one over being deducted for each full 3½ minutes lost. If there is more than one stoppage in either innings, the time lost is to be accumulated and the number of overs reduced accordingly.

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iv) In all completed games which are subject to interruption, the side batting first must have received a minimum of 40 overs (36 overs in divisions 11-14), subject to the laws governing a declaration, to constitute a league match. v) Where panel umpires are appointed, in the event of any dispute between the captains over the fitness of the ground for play up to one hour before the scheduled start, the umpires shall be the sole arbiters as to whether the ground is fit for play, both before and after the toss.

In divisions 1 & 2, where the fitness of the ground is in doubt more than 3½ hours before the scheduled start time, the home club will make every endeavour to obtain agreement to any proposed cancellation from at least one of the appointed umpires or a nominated local deputy.

vi) The home side is the ground authority for all games and before the match is the sole arbiter of whether or not the ground is fit for play – except where they are subject to the requirements of rule 2(v) For the avoidance of doubt: A game should be considered abandoned if the start is delayed by greater than 97 minutes (69 minutes in divisions 11-14). Note: If the tea interval takes place during a stoppage for bad weather in the first innings, 20 minutes will be deducted from the total time lost and the total number of overs to be bowled and the time limits will be recalculated accordingly. If the change of innings takes place during a stoppage for bad weather, no additional adjustments shall be made to the number of overs to be received by the team batting second after any recalculation of the number of overs to be received.

3. Points system The league tables will be produced on an aggregate points basis. Points will be awarded as follows: Win . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 points Draw or loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bonus points Tie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 points Cancelled and abandoned . . . . . . . . . . . 10 points or bonus points, whichever is the greater. Note: A minimum of 40 overs must be bowled in the first innings (unless the innings is completed or subject to a declaration) to constitute a league match, after which any abandoned game is deemed a draw, resulting in each side receiving 10 points or bonus points, whichever is the greater. However, if the abandonment comes after 26 overs have been bowled in the second innings, only bonus points earned up to the time of abandonment shall be awarded. Batting bonus points (Batting bonus points are doubled for side batting first) 140 runs - 1 point; 155 runs - 2 points;170 runs - 3 points; 185 runs - 4 points; 200 runs - 5 points Bowling bonus points Bowling first - having won the toss, 0-5 wkts - 0 points, then 1 point per wicket thereafter - having lost the toss, 1 point per wicket taken. Bowling second - 1 point per wicket taken. If any side fails to fulfil a fixture, the opposing team shall be awarded the full 30 points available for that fixture. Any side which fails to fulfil a fixture shall additionally be deducted 10 points from its points total in the division in which it plays. 25


Match Rules (cont.)

4. Number of players

Both teams are required to field a minimum of 8 players during both innings to constitute a league match. Where both captains agree, a match may start, even though the batting side has less than 8 players at the ground, providing the missing players, whose names must be on the team sheet, are expected to arrive. Any team unable to field a minimum of 8 players shall be deemed not to have fulfilled a fixture. Any delay to the start of the match arising from this rule shall result in a reduction of overs calculated in the same way as match rule 2(i) while also subject to the minimum overs requirement of rule 2(iv).

5. Fast bowling directive

The ECB fast bowling directive (published in the league handbook) shall apply to all league games and failure to comply shall be construed as playing an ineligible player and will be dealt with accordingly under the powers given to the league under rule 12 of the Constitution.

6. Penalty runs

Penalty runs, as prescribed in rule 42 of "The Laws of Cricket", shall only be awarded in matches in divisions 1 & 2. Note: This also covers penalty runs awarded under Laws 2.6 and 18.5; but not Law 41.2 and 41.3 which shall apply in all divisions.

7. Cricket balls

The make and specification of cricket balls to be used in all league matches will be determined by the Executive Committee and no other ball shall be used. A new ball shall be available for use in each innings of all matches. Where applicable, the side bowling in the second innings shall have the option of using a new ball at the start of the innings or any time up to the delivery of the first ball of the last 20 overs. Note: All new and spare balls to be provided by the home team

8. Umpires and Scorers

Umpires for matches in divisions 1 & 2 will be appointed from a panel by an appropriate subcommittee. In all matches in divisions 3-6 inclusive, each club will provide one umpire. Failure to do so will result in a five point penalty, except for those clubs which have supplied more than one umpire to the league panel. Failure to provide a scorer for the duration of matches in divisions 1 & 2 will result in a five point penalty.

9. Covers

Covering of pitches and bowlers’ run-ups shall be allowed after play has commenced. Where partial covers only are available, bowlers’ run-ups shall be covered up to a distance not exceeding four feet in front of the popping crease.

10. Pitches

Grounds on which matches are to be played shall be listed in the handbook. Alternative grounds may be used providing the visiting team and umpires are advised of the change a least seven days before the date of the match. No game shall be switched to a ground other than the one on which the game is scheduled and/or is normally used by the home team, less than seven days before the date of the match. Artificial pitches may be only be used in games in divisions 10-14.

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Match Day Procedure Before the toss Both captains of all teams will provide a completed Team Sheet card to the umpires a minimum of 15 minutes and maximum of 30 minutes before the start time. If no non-playing umpires are available then the captains must exchange cards. The match must not start until this is completed. It is very important that all Under 19 players are clearly marked on the Team Sheet card, the reverse of the card signed and all umpires are made aware. See Safety Guidelines on page 21. Where panel umpires are present each captain will pay one of the umpires ÂŁ30 to cover expenses prior to the toss. For all matches in Divisions One & Two, if only one panel umpire is appointed, he shall stand at the bowlers end in each over. In Divisions Three to Six inclusive, if there is only one non-playing umpire, it is preferred that he stands at the bowlers end in each over. In all other matches, non-playing club umpires shall stand at one end only for the duration of the match.

After the match Home team to telephone the result to the appropriate number by 9pm on the evening of the match. Details of the telephone numbers and information to be reported can be found on page 10 of this handbook. There is a 5 point fine for failure to make the call by the deadline. All team sheets must be countersigned as valid by one non-playing umpire (where there are umpires) and by the opposition captain. The home team is responsible for returning both team sheets in the prepaid envelope provided by the League to Richard Burling, 8 Herne Road, Stevenage, Herts. SG1 4RW. Where panel umpires are provided by the League, they will return the cards. A prepaid envelope should be provided to the umpires by the Home side. Failure to return 3 team sheets or 3 failures to provide a team sheet by any team will result in a 10 points fine for that team. Persistent offenders could face relegation. Facilities and umpires marks are entered though two forms on the website at www.hertsleague. co.uk. Links on the home page will take you to the required form. This must be filled out within 48 hours of the match (i.e. by Monday evening). There are financial penalties for not completing this information in the required timescale (see constitution, rule 16). Any problems with entry should be reported immediately to Michael Wood (admin@hertsleague.co.uk). Proforma forms are available on the website to allow the captain to make notes regarding facilities and umpires for subsequent entry on to the website.

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Disciplinary and Appeals Procedures

Any allegation of an infringement of league rules, or of misconduct, whether against a club, player or member, must be reported within three days of the alleged offence to the League Secretary. Reports to be sent by first class post to Richard Bayliss 50 Furtherfield, Abbots Langley, Herts WD5 0PN and if possible a notification should also be sent, by e-mail to richard.bayliss3@ntlworld.com or call 01923 446419 to arrange fax transmission. Reports of misconduct must be submitted only by the non-playing umpire or preferably both umpires. The timescales provided in this procedure shall be adhered to, unless demonstrated not to be reasonably practicable in particular circumstances. Failure to observe the decision of the League or any appeal panel and any penalty or punishment imposed, will result in the club, player, or member concerned being suspended from the League until further notice.

Misconduct The following fixed penalties will be imposed by the League, as provided for in rule 7d, effective 14 days after the date of the alleged offence, subject to appeal: a) Verbal abuse of an umpire or opposition player or own team's player, or physical abuse to equipment, buildings and the like - a minimum two week suspension from all games under the control of the Saracens Herts League or Home Counties Premier League. b) Physical violence towards another player, umpire or spectator - a minimum suspension of one complete league season from all games under the control of the Saracens Herts League or Home Counties Premier League regardless of when the offence took place (i.e. ending with the first anniversary of the offence). Other British leagues will be advised of such a ban via the ECB with a request for the ban to be upheld nationally. Any report of misconduct will be sent by the League Secretary to the club representative within three days, together with the notice of suspension. The club, on behalf of its player reported, has the right of appeal. The League Secretary should be advised of the intention to appeal immediately (within two days), whereupon the punishment will be suspended, pending the hearing or abandonment of the appeal. Within 7 days, written notice of appeal, setting out full and detailed grounds, must be sent by the club to Roger Abraham, Thurston, 9 West Hill Road, Hoddesdon, Herts. EN11 9DD, and a copy to the League Secretary, together with a fee of ÂŁ50 payable to the Hertfordshire League. An independent appeal panel, comprising not less than three people, will be nominated by the League executive committee to hear the appeal. This panel will not include any member of the League executive committee nor of any nominated sub-committee, nor any person nor club with any interest in the outcome of the appeal. Where practicable, at least one member of the appeal panel shall be legally qualified. The appeal shall be held as soon as convenient and in any event not more than 14 days after the club has signified its intention to appeal. Any club officer, player, or member concerned shall have the right to attend the appeal hearing and may call witnesses in support, whose details shall be notified to the League Secretary in advance. If the appellant wishes the appeal panel to consider any document, including any witness statement or other testimonial, these should be sent to the League Secretary to be received not less than 7 days prior to the date of the appeal hearing. The appeal panel may, at its discretion, at any point during the proceedings, adjourn the hearing, summon witnesses and consider such 28


written evidence or other documents as it may deem appropriate. The decision of the appeal panel may, at its discretion, be given to the appellant at the conclusion of the hearing. It will be confirmed to the club by the League within 3 days thereafter.

Rule infringements Any allegations of rule infringements will be sent by the League to the club representative within three days of the report having been received, together with an indication of the penalty applicable to the offence. The club must respond comprehensively, within 5 days of receipt, stating whether or not the allegation is admitted. If the allegation is denied by the club, it must respond comprehensively stating reasons. On the basis of this response, the officers and/or members of the Executive Committee or its nominated sub-committee will consider whether to take disciplinary action against the club or individual, as provided for in rule 7d. The club's nominated representative will be informed within three days of such decision. Any club, player or member shall have the right of appeal against a decision of the League executive committee or its nominated members or sub-committee. Within 5 days of receiving the decision, a written notice of appeal, setting out full and detailed grounds of appeal, must be sent to the League Secretary, together with a fee of ÂŁ50 payable to the Hertfordshire League. Any penalty or punishment imposed will be suspended, pending the full hearing or abandonment of the appeal. An independent appeal panel will hear the appeal in accordance with the conditions set out above for 'Misconduct'. Any financial penalty ordered by the League or the appeal panel shall be paid in full by the club, player or member, to the League, within 14 days of receipt of the decision.

Divisions 1 & 2 – Player Behaviour

A 'totting up' process will be applied for teams that fail to reach a minimum standard for behaviour, as recorded by the umpires. If a team is marked by the umpires at less than 7 out of 10 for its behaviour during a match, an advisory warning will be issued by the League. If a mark below 7 is recorded again in that season, a 2nd warning will be issued. If less than 7 is recorded for a third time, six points will be deduced from the team's total for the season. Each subsequent mark below 7 will result in a further deduction of six points.

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Registration Rules & Procedure Twelve Points on Registration ( If in doubt, check constitution Rule 13) 1 All Players must be bona-fide playing members of their clubs • Players full First and Surnames must be registered (initials will not be accepted) • Players must use same registered name on all cricket procedures. i.e. Registration form, Team Sheet & Score card must reflect the same name of the player • Under 19s date of birth must be registered to complete a registration 2 All Players from all Divisions must be registered by 10pm on the Wednesday before the first match in which they appear. 3 After 15th June no player can transfer to and from another SHCL Club. 4 No player, who is a new club member, can be registered after 31st July. 5 Players can only be registered for one club at a time. 6 After 31st July, no player who has normally appeared for a particular XI shall play for a lower XI. 7 After 31st July, no new member can play for any club. 8 Overseas Players (Category 3). Clubs can play one player per team who is not qualified to play for England. 9 Overseas Resident Players (Category 3E). Clubs can play ONLY ONE overseas resident player, per team, who can prove they have been resident in UK for more than 24 months 10 Before toss of coin in ALL DIVISIONS captains shall hand a written list of players to the umpires or opposing captain, clearly marking any under 19 players. 11 In Division 1 & 2 matches the Umpires shall send Team Sheets, in stamped envelope provided by home club, to league registrations officer. 12 The home team returns both team sheets to the League registration officer.

Registration Procedure Registrations are controlled by Richard Burling 07885 288 296 Category 1 players must be registered online on the League website at (www.hertsleague. co.uk). Registrations will only be accepted up to 10pm on Wednesday prior to match. All other category players including Overseas & Overseas Resident players must complete appropriate form and send it to registration@hertsleague.co.uk by 10pm on Wednesday prior to match. Registrations will only be accepted with FULL details, that are the clubs responsibility to verify. details required are 1 - Player's complete full name (first name and surname) 2 - Player's nationality 3 - Date player came to UK 4 - Player's date of birth, if under 19 5 - The highest level of cricket the player has played

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Clubs - Child Welfare Requirements League Welfare Officer - Richard Burling

1. All Clubs must adopt the ECB 'Welfare of Young People in Cricket Policy' called “Safe Hands” and have this policy included in their club’s constitution. 2. All Clubs need to have identified a Club Welfare Officer. Clubs that are accredited with Clubmark will also need a Deputy Welfare Officer. Training Courses, for Club Welfare Officers, consists of: a. A Good Practice and Child Protection course b. An NSPCC 'Time to Listen' course 3. All Official Club Coaches and regular Club Umpires & Scorers over the age of sixteen must complete a satisfactory ECB approved, Enhanced Criminal Records Bureau check. 4. All Club Officials, Members and Employees who have regular, sole access to children must complete a satisfactory ECB approved, Enhanced Criminal Records Bureau check. 5. CRB & Self Declaration requirements are always under review by ECB. Clubs can check for up to date requirements on the Hertfordshire County Cricket Association website, www.hertscricket.org, under Child Welfare Matters. 6. All Club Members under the age of 18 need parental consent for being photographed, videoed, changing & showering (in Changing Rooms with over 18's present), and being transported to and from away matches. If any of the above is not fulfilled then the Individual Club Officers could become liable

Club Welfare Officers

All Club Welfare Officers should attend a 3 hour Sports Coach UK 'Good Practice and Child Protection ' workshop followed by another 3 hour NSPCC 'Time to Listen' course. All Club Welfare Officers must be ECB approved, Enhanced CRB checked

The Club Welfare Officer’s Role will be 1. First contact in their club, for all members regarding any child welfare issue. 2. It is the responsibility of the club Welfare Officer to pass on any Child Protection/Welfare concerns to the County Welfare Officer (Roger Hawkins).

The County Welfare Officer will therefore be accountable/responsible for any further actions and for informing the ECB Child Protection Committee.

3. To ensure that all Club Coaches, Colts Managers, Umpires and Scorers are ECB approved, Enhanced Criminal Records Bureau checked. 4. To keep Club Members Self Declaration forms in a safe, secure place. 5. To ensure that Club Members records do not compromise Data Protection Acts. 6. To ensure that the ECB 'Welfare Of Young People in Cricket Policy' called “Safe Hands” is adopted and implemented by the Club. 7. To ensure that all issues regarding the Club’s 'Duty of Care' responsibilities are implemented.

For further Child Welfare Information visit: www.hertscricket.org Download from this website: Self-Declaration CRB Forms, Parent Consent Forms, Overseas Coaches Forms, Criminal Records Bureau forms. For all General information, including Child Welfare courses contact the Hertfordshire County Cricket Association Welfare Officer, Roger Hawkins email: j.hawkins3@ntlworld.com

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Division One

Bishop's Stortford St Margaretsbury St Albans Langleybury Hitchin Hoddesdon Letchworth Luton Town & Indians Knebworth Park Dunstable

Division Two

Abbots Langley Ampthill Town Berkhamsted Broxbourne Cockfosters Eversholt Flitwick Knebworth Park II Northchurch Northwood Northwood Town Old Albanian Old Finchleians Potters Bar II Preston Radlett II Reed Totteridge Watford Town Welwyn Garden City II

Division Three

Bishop's Stortford II Botany Bay Chorleywood Dunstable II Harpenden II Hatfield Hemel Hempstead II Hoddesdon II Ickleford Kings Langley Letchworth II Leverstock Green London Colney Rickmansworth Sawbridgeworth II Southgate Adelaide St Albans II Stevenage II Waltham X Rosedale Wheathampstead

Division Four

Ampthill Town II Bayford & Hertford Bushey Cavendish Chipperfield Clarendon Clifton County Hall Datchworth Hertford II North Enfield North Mymms II Northampton Exiles Old Elizabethans Potton Town Radlett III Redbourn Shenley Village West Herts II Wormley

Divisional Structure 2007

Division Five

Division Eight

Division Eleven

Division Six

Division Nine

Division Twelve

Botany Bay II Chipperfield II Clarendon II County Hall II Dunstable III Elstree Flamstead Harpenden IV Hatfield II Hemel Hempstead IV Knebworth Park IV Monken Hadley North Enfield II Old Owens II Rickmansworth II Shenley Village II Waltham X Rosedale II Weston Wheathampstead II Wormley II

Baldock Cheshunt Cockfosters II Harpenden III Hatch End Hatfield Hyde Hertingfordbury Holtwhites Trinibis Knebworth Park III Langleybury II Leverstock Green II Luton Town & Indians II Millhillians II Northwood II Old Albanian II Old Haberdashers Old Owens Sandridge St Albans West Indian Watton-at-Stone

Allenburys Baldock II Bayford & Hertford II Bentley Heath Bragbury Bushey II Cheshunt II Cockfosters III Datchworth II Greenwood Park Hatch End II Langleybury III North Mymms III Old Camdenians II Old Cholmeleians II Old Haberdashers II Parkfield & Headstone II Sandridge II Sawbridgeworth III Stevenage III

Abbots Langley II Berkhamsted II Boxmoor Chorleywood II Hemel Hempstead III Hertford III Hitchin II Kings Langley II Letchworth III Northchurch II Old Camdenians Parkfield & Headstone Potters Bar III Preston II Radlett IV Southgate Compton St Margaretsbury II Totteridge II Ware Watford Town II

Division Ten

Division Seven

Abbots Langley III Boxmoor II Chorleywood III Clifton II Dunstable IV Elstree II Harpenden Dolphins Ickleford II Kings Langley III Knebworth Park V Letchworth IV Luton Town & Indians III Northwood III Offley & Stopsley Old Elizabethans II Potters Bar IV Potton Town II Shenley Village III St Albans IV West Herts III

Little B. Sahibs Hexton Graveley Met Police Bushey Redbourn II Eversholt II Welwyn Garden City III Tewin Old Finchleians II Southgate Adelaide II Hoddesdon III Hatfield Crusaders London Colney II Old Cholmeleians Holtwhites Trinibis II Reed II Northwood Town II St Albans III Broxbourne II Flitwick II

Broxbourne III Frogmore Hatfield Hyde II Hemel Hempstead V Hertford IV Hertingfordbury II Leverstock Green III Met Police Bushey II Northampton Exiles II Old Albanian III Old Camdenians III Pirton * Radlett V Rickmansworth III Sawbridgeworth IV Southgate Adelaide III Southgate Compton II St Margaretsbury III Waltham X Rosedale III Welwyn Garden City IV Botany Bay III Cockfosters IV Codicote * Datchworth III Flamstead II Great Gaddesden * Hatfield Crusaders II Knebworth Park VI Letchworth V Met Police Bushey III Monken Hadley II North Mymms IV Old Owens III Reed III Stevenage IV Tewin II Ware II Watton-at-Stone II

Division Thirteen

Bentley Heath II Chiltern 06 Hatfield III Hitchin III * Leverstock Green IV * Luton Town & Indians IV Hoddesdon IV * North Enfield III Northampton Exiles III Old Elizabethans III * Parkfield & Headstone III * Potters Bar V Preston III * Redbourn III * Shenley Village IV * Wormley III

Division Fourteen

Sawbridgeworth V * Welwyn Garden City V * Old Albanian IV * Stevenage V * Waltham X Rosedale IV * Rickmansworth IV *

* = New Team for 2007

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Abbots Langley Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

Club Directory www.abbotscc.co.uk

Manor House Ground,Gallows Hill Lane,Abbots Langley,Herts,WD5 0BX Tel: 01923 M25 junction 20 towards Watford. Turn left at lights by Langleybury Church and follow signs to Abbots Langley. Ground on left before village High Street. Thomas Parmiter Sports Centre - High Elms Lane, Garston. M1 J6 towards Watford. First right, double back on carriage way. First left, 300 yards on right. Gordon Gentry,11 Manor House Gardens,Abbots Langley,Herts,WD5 0DH Tel: 01923 Phil Lewins,24 Hawthorne Lane,Hemel Hempstead,Herts Tel: 01442 Dave Carlisle,47 Adrian Road,Abbots Langley,Herts Tel: 01923 Dave Crancher U10, U11, U13,U15 Tel: 01923 1st XI Dave Carlisle Two Tel: 01923 2nd XI Ian Cantellow Six Tel: 01923 3rd XI Phil Lewins Ten Mob: 07919 382811 Tel: 01442

Allenburys Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Captains

440474

445153 393379 449918 237074 449918 441751 393379

homepages.tesco.net/~keeef/Home.htm

Allenburys Sport & Social Club,Harris's Lane,Ware,Herts,SG12 0DJ Tel: 01920 From A10 take Ware (north)/Stevenage exit. Head down Watton Road (B1001) towards Ware. Turn right at Fanshawe Crescent and turn right again into Park Road. Travel 500 metres and turn left into Glaxo car park (just past work site) Alan Wheatley,8 The Hawthorns,Ware,Herts,SG12 0XY Tel: 01920 Mike Chalkley,58 Milton Road,Ware,Herts,SG12 0QD Tel: 01920 Brian Stephenson,64 Queens Road,Hertford,Herts,SG13 8BJ Tel: 01992 1st XI Alan Wheatley Nine Mob: 07789 480615 Tel: 01920

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Ampthill Town

www.ampthilltown.play-cricket.com

Baldock Town

baldock.play-cricket.com

Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

Ampthill Park,Woburn Road,Ampthill,Beds,MK45 2HX Tel: 01525 840491 Exit M1 at J12, take A5120 to Flitwick/Ampthill. Travel for 3.5 miles to Flitwick Town Centre, at roundabout turn right, cross over railway bridge then immediately turn left sign A5120 Ampthill. After 1 mile at next roundabout (Shell garage) turn left, signpost A507 M1 North/M Keynes. After 50 yds at next roundabout turn right, still on A507 follow road until next turning on right (approx 1 mile) signpost Ampthill. Entrance to ground is immediately on left into Ampthill Park. Redborne Upper School (South School), Flitwick Road, Ampthill. Enter by entrance off One O One roundabout (between Ampthill & Flitwick). (Artificial) Andrew Roberts,50 Oliver Street,Ampthill,Beds,MK45 2SD Tel: 01525 404602 Peter Sayer,The Old Chequers,159 Lower Shelton Rd,Marston Moretaine,MK43 0LP Tel: 01234 766271 Ian Smith,6 Sidney Road,Ampthill,Beds,MK45 2RJ Tel: 01525 841836 Karl Howson U10,U12,U14,U16 Tel: 01234 768504 1st XI Chris Degnan Two Mob: 07720 550298 Tel: 01525 751867 2nd XI Martin Wythe Four Mob: 07850 958540 Tel: 01525 841408

Ground Avenue Park,West Avenue,Baldock,Herts, SG7 5AY Tel: 01462 Directions Leave A1(M) junction 9. Take A6141 signpost Baldock. As you enter Baldock and take first turning left opposite George IV pub into Weston Way. Keep on this road until you reach a "T" junction. Turn right. then next left into Norton Road. Take first left opposite telephone booth into West Avenue. Groun 100 metres on the left. Secretary Alistair Jones,69 Bearton Green,Htichin,Herts,SG5 1UG Tel: 01462 Fixtures Secretary Contact Secretary Colts James Peacock U13,U15 Tel: 01462 Captains 1st XI Rob Cant Five Mob: 07989 549863 Tel: 01462 2nd XI Phil Lucy Nine Mob: 07971 913824 Tel: 01438

Bayford and Hertford Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

892059

453453 639020 892682 226633

www.bhncc.co.uk

Bayford,Nr Hertford,Herts, SG13 8PU Tel: 01992 Near "Bakers Arms", Bayford. Take B158 from Hertford. Turn left into Bayford Lane towards Bayford. Turn left at village crossroads down private road for 1/4 mile. Kevin Nicholls,4 Holden Close,Hertford,Herts,SG13 7JU Tel: 01992 Mike Davies,8 Broad Green,Bayford,Herts,SG13 9PT Tel: 01992 John Collins,343 Ware Road,Hertford,Herts,SG13 7EL Tel: 01992 Steve Greenfield Tel: 01992 1st XI James Hogg Four Mob: 07739 840405 Tel: 01992 2nd XI Mark Morris Nine Mob: 07773 817668 Tel: 01992 33

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Bentley Heath Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Captains

Wrotham Park Estate,Wagon Road,Barnet,EN5 4SB The ground is situated in Wrotham Park Country Estate near the Duke of York Pub on the A1000 Between Barnet and Potters Bar. The entrance to the ground is on the one way stretch of Wagon Road from the A1000 to Dancers Hill Road behind the Pub gardens. John Hall,54 The Vale,Southgate,N14 6HP Tel: 0208 886 5480 Nick Robbins,48 Woodville Road,Barnet,Herts,EN5 5NG Tel: 0208 447 1012 Jeff Barnes,38 Pinewood Drive,Potters Bar,Herts,EN6 2BD Tel: 01707 662399 1st XI Martin Dunnett Nine Mob: 07718 652733 Tel: 0208 482 9579 2nd XI Gary Collis Thirteen Mob: 07980 628836 Tel: 01727 769201

Berkhamsted

Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

www.berkhamsted.play-cricket.com

Kitchener's Field,off Castle Hill,Berkhamsted,HP4 1HE Tel: 01442 From M25 take A41 north west. At Chesham turn off, turn left back over the A41 and then left again. Follow the road round to the right down Kings Road. At the traffic lights go straight on, past the station and turn left under the railway bridge. Over mini roundabout and entrance is straight ahead. As for main ground Julian Dent,Marchbank,Shenstone Hill,Gravel Path,Berkhamsted,HP4 2PA Tel: 01442 Ian Campbell,32 Lombardy Drive,Berkhamsted,Herts,HP4 2LG Tel: 01442 David Chrispin,75 Covert Road,Northchurch,Herts,HP4 3SS Tel: 01442 Julian Dent U11,U13 Tel: 01442 1st XI Mark Herring Two Mob: 07739 227280 2nd XI Steve Tougher Six Mob: 07860 859049

Bishop's Stortford Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

Tel: 01279 654463

Tel: Tel: Tel: Tel: Tel: Tel:

01279 01279 01279 01279 01279 01279

652692 755678 659292 831091 501558 653000

www.botanybaycc.co.uk

East Lodge Lane,The Ridgeway,Enfield,Middlesex, EN2 8AS Tel: 020 8363 4482 J24 on M25, take A1005, The Ridgeway, in between Enfield and Potters Bar. Close to Robin Hood Public House. As main ground. Phil Midgley,8 Hornsey Rise,Ground Floor Flat,London,,N19 3SB Tel: 07795 180307 Chris Pearce,0 Wroxham Gardens,Potters Bar,,,EN6 3DH Tel: 01707 654407 David Patricksom,25 Laburnum Grove,Chiswell Green,St Albans,,AL2 3HQ Tel: 01727 862551 Phil Marchant U11-U13 Tel: 01992 552417 1st XI Clive Rolt Three Mob: 07717 816169 Tel: 0208 342 1015 2nd XI Phil Marchant Eight Mob: 07720 747981 Tel: 01992 552417 3rd XI Spencer Linsell Twelve Mob: 07732 801827 Tel: 01707 875390

Boxmoor

Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Captains

863389 866314 873562 863389

www.bishopsstortfordcc.com

Cricketfield Lane,Bishop's Stortford,Herts,CM23 2TD 1/4 mile from A120/A1250 junction to west of town. Heading towards town, turn left immediately past rugby club. As main ground Jenny Lindop,6 Cecil Close,Bishop's Stortford,Herts,CM23 5RD Grahame Smith,9 Grailands,Bishop's Stortford,Herts,CM23 2RG Tony Clarke,Windhill Cottage,Windhill,Bishop's Stortford,Herts,CM23 2NJ David Reynolds All 1st XI David Hughes One Mob: 07887 756999 2nd XI Mark Dodshon Three Mob: 07809 603162

Botany Bay Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

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www.boxmoorcc.co.uk

The Oval,St Johns Road,Boxmoor,Hemel Hempstead,HP1 1NP From M1 take 3rd exit at 4th ("funny") roundabout. Take 2nd right into St Johns Road. Ground on left, 150 yd beyond church. Please find a map and directions on our website. Nick Harper,209 Ebberns Road,Hemel Hempstead,Herts,HP3 9RD Tel: 01442 Vincent Warburton,3 Cusworth Way,Dunstable,Beds,LU6 1UF Tel: 01582 John Scott,6 Hawkshill Drive,Hemel Hempstead,Herts,HP3 0BS Tel: 01442 1st XI Shaun Hamilton Six Mob: 07747 313390 2nd XI John Scott Ten Mob: 07776 161995 Tel: 01442

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Bragbury

Ground Weston Park,Damask Green Lane,Weston,SG4 7BZ Directions From A1, J9 head towards Baldock. Take first right off dual carriageway towards Graveley. Take the first left turning (Lannock Hill). At village turn right into Damask Green Road. Go through village, at the end is a right hand bend with a turning to the left. This is Damask Green Lane, ground 50 yds. Secretary Paul Titterington,123 Trumper Road,Steveange,Herts,SG1 5JY Tel: 01438 210632 Fixtures Martin Fisher,33 Kessingland Avenue,Stevenage,Herts,SG1 2JR Tel: 01438 367027 Contact Secretary Captains 1st XI Steve Newman Nine Mob: 07917 430393 Tel: 01438 358824

Broxbourne Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

www.broxbournesportsclub.co.uk

Broxbourne Sports Club,Mill Lane Close,Broxbourne, Herts,EN10 7BA Tel: 01992 From the North - A1170 north approach (from Hoddesdon) towards Broxbourne. Go over traffic lights at junction with Station Road. Turn left immediately after White Bear pub into Mill Lane, then right into Mill Lane Close. From the South - leave A10 at Turnford exit and follow signs to Broxbourne. After 1.5 miles turn right at traffic lights towards Nazeing, B194 (Station Road). Take 2nd turning on right into Churchfields, pass church then turn right again, over river into Mill Lane. Then turn left into Mill Lane Close. As main ground John Astin,137 Perryfield Road,Cheshunt,Herts,EN8 0TJ Tel: 01992 John Huth,37 St Catherines Road,Broxbourne,Herts,EN10 7LD Tel: 01992 Kevin Francis,14 St Davids Drive,Broxbourne,Herts,EN10 7LS Tel: 01992 Paul Sargent U11,U13,U15 Tel: 01992 1st XI Kevin Francis Two Mob: 07932 076456 Tel: 01992 2nd XI Steve Wilkins Seven Mob: 07771 717651 Tel: 01992 3rd XI Chris Rosser Eleven Mob: 07949 194641 Tel: 01992

Bushey Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

www.busheycc.co.uk

Roe Hill Hall,Briars Lane,Hatfield,Herts Pass front entrance of the Galleria, Hatfield. Turn left at RAB into Cavendish Way. At swimming pool RAB turn right into Briars Lane. Go up the hill until the road forks and left fork, Roe Hill Hall is the playing field on right. Linda Bryceland,47 Endymion Road,Hatfield,Herts,AL10 8AT Elliott Bryceland,123 Haldens,Welwyn Garden City,Herts,AL7 1DQ David Loxham,43 Burrell Close,Edgeware,Middlesex,HA8 8YZ 1st XI Danny Hurst Four Mob: 07789 932105

Cheshunt Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

426937 463563 420918 414824 420918 628155 467568

The Pavilion,Eastbury Road,Oxhey,Watford, Tel: 01923 230534 From Bushey Arches, past Happy Hour pub. Parade of shops on left, turn right before lights. Shaid Manzoor,130 Whippendell Road,Watford,Herts,,WD18 7ND Tel: 07814 440980 Thomas McDonnell,3 Springcrofts,Bushey,Watford,Herts,WD23 3AR Tel: 0208 950 7107 Salim Raza,35 Benskin Road,Watford,Herts,,WD18 0HN Tel: 01923 819896 James McCall U11, U13, U15 Tel: 07883 750893 1st XI Salim Raza Four Mob: 07748428944 2nd XI Qamer Ahmed Nine Mob: 07958 958718

Cavendish Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Captains

466901

Tel: 01707 269814 take Tel: Tel: Tel: Tel:

01707 261087 01707 377074 0208 905 3965 01582 411937

www.cheshunt.play-cricket.com

Albury Ride,Cheshunt,Herts,EN8 8XG Tel: 01992 From M25 junction 25, take A10 to Cheshunt. Turn right at roundabout after 1/4 mile onto A121. At traffic lights turn left onto B176. Albury Ride is 1/4 mile north of Theobalds Grove station on the left hand side. Steve England,249 Appleby Street,Cheshunt,Herts,EN7 6RB Tel: 01992 Stewart Gough,1 Bencroft,Cheshunt,Herts,EN7 6BE Tel: 01992 Barrie Mitchell,19 Westmeade Close,Cheshunt,Herts,EN7 6JP Tel: 01992 Steve England U13, U15, U16 Tel: 01992 1st XI Mark Brooks Five Mob: 07878 698755 Tel: 01992 2nd XI Simon England Nine Mob: 07763 614335 Tel: 01992

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Chiltern 06

Ground The Chiltern Sports Club,Maple Lodge,Rickmansworth,Herts,WD3 Directions From Junction 17 of the M25, take dual carriageway towards Maple Cross. At roundabout, right on A412 towards Denham. Turn left at first set of lights, parking at the end of the road before Thames Sewage Treatment Works. Secretary Richard Harwood,16 Tunmers End,Chalfont St Peter,Bucks,SL9 9LW Tel: 01753 886791 Fixtures Gary Hampson,27 Oakhill Close,Maple Cross,Herts,WD3 7GA Tel: 07999 311543 Contact Secretary Captains 1st XI Matthew Atkins Thirteen Mob: 07974 340312

Chipperfield

Ground The Common,Chipperfield,Nr Kings Langley,Herts,WD4 9BS Tel: Directions Leave M25 at junction 20, A4251 to Kings Langley. Turn left in High Street, either Langley Hill or Vicarage Lane and follow sign to Chipperfield (approx. 2 miles). In Village, turn left into Kings Lane to cross-roads. Ground on left facing Two Brewers. Secretary Dave Bowen,3 Garnett Drive,Bricket Wood,St Albans,Herts,AL2 3QN Tel: Fixtures Chris Bangs,Koh-I-Nor,Kings Lane,Chipperfield,Herts,WD4 9EN Tel: Contact Secretary Colts Jim Carson All Tel: Captains 1st XI Alex Moore Four Mob: 07789 991855 2nd XI Martin Oliver Eight Mob: 07775 554026 Tel:

Chorleywood

01923 264681

01923 678708 01923 268953 01923 263890 01923 270792

www.cwcricket.org

Ground The Common,Chorleywood,Herts,WD3 5SG Tel: 01923 Directions Off J18, M25. Take A404 towards Amersham. Ground adjacent to Christ Church after 3/4 mile. 2nd Ground Off J18, M25. A404 to Amersham for 3 miles to Little Chalfont. Turn right into Elizabeth Avenue, 3rd right into Chenies Avenue. Westwood Park at end on right. Secretary Owen Edis,17 Greenbury Close,Chorleywood,Herts,WD3 5QT Tel: 01923 Fixtures Nick Rice,18 Carpenters Wood Drive,Chorleywood,Herts,WD3 5RJ Tel: 01923 Contact Fixtures Colts Patrick Ryan U9,U10,U11,U13, U15, Tel: 01923 Captains 1st XI Ryan Hodgkinson Three Mob: 07903 813277 Tel: 01923 2nd XI Ben Brooks Six Mob: 07780 870627 Tel: 01923 3rd XI Simon Dare Ten Mob: 07860 310727 Tel: 01923

Clarendon Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

Clifton Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Captains

284529

446412 286360 284487 282132 778138 771867

www.clarendoncricketclub.co.uk

Berkhamsted Hockey Club,The Cow Roast,Near Berkhamsted,Herts,HP23 5RF A41 bypass to Aylesbury, take Tring exit. Head back towards Berkhamsted. Turn right immediately before Cow Roast pub, opposite BMW garage. Steve Garrett,21 Magnolia Avenue,Abbots Langley,Herts,WD5 0SW Warren Gregory,28B Abbots Road,Abbots Langley,Herts,WD5 0AZ Marcus Coultrup,26 Follett Drive,Abbots Langley,Herts,WD5 0LP Warren Gregory All 1st XI Gary Wise Four Mob: 07760 168413 2nd XI Saj Mahmood Eight Mob: 07977 264761

Tel: 01442 822478 Tel: Tel: Tel: Tel: Tel: Tel:

01923 01923 01923 01923 01923 01923

462365 464453 334387 464453 241519 226914

www.cliftonbeds.play-cricket.com

Claybridge Ground,Stanford Lane,Clifton,Beds,SG17 EU Head west along A507 (towards Shefford) from J10 off A1 for approx. 3 or 4 miles and turn right at Henlow village roundabout signposted to Langford. After approx. 1 mile take left turn signposted Clifton. After approx 1 mile, ground is on the right. Cathy Jones,55 High Street,Langford,Beds,,SG18 9RU Tel: 01462 629596 Neil Blannin,6A Clifton House Close,Clifton,Bedfordshire,,SG17 5EQ Tel: 01462 626036 Phil Jones,55 High Street,Langford,Beds,,SG18 9RU Tel: 01462 629596 1st XI Ed O'Callaghan Four Mob: 07776 187949 Tel: 0208 674 5583 2nd XI Steve Nott Ten Mob: 07774 954494 Tel: 01462 850805

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Cockfosters

www.cockfosterscc.freeuk.com

Ground Chalk Lane,Cockfosters,Herts,EN4 9JG Tel: 020 8449 8803 Directions Opposite Cockfosters underground station. 2nd Ground Holtwhites Sports & Social Club, 1 Kirklane Drive, Holtwhites Hill, Enfield, EN2 0RN. From M25 J24, take road to Enfield. 1st left past Chase Farm Hospital, 2nd right into Holtwhite Hill, entrance under bridge. (020 8363 4449) Secretary Geoff Williams,36 Greenstead,Sawbridgeworth,Herts,CM21 9NY Tel: 07748 665212 Fixtures Ben Wood,8 Phoenix Court,29 Station Road,Net Barnet,Herts,EN5 1PH Tel: 020 8449 9177 Contact Secretary Colts Geoff Williams U11 - U17 Tel: 07748 665212 Captains 1st XI Matt Fisher Two Mob: 07790 486240 2nd XI Adam Pigden Five Mob: 07720 034121 3rd XI Andrew Gregory Nine Mob: 07791 106334 4th XI Neil Hale Twelve Mob: 07745 357565 Tel: 020 8372 6784

Codicote Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

www.codicotecc.co.uk

Bury Lane,Codicote, SG4 8YT Travelling out of Codicote towards Knebworth, Gnd is just pass church on left. Steve McQueen,7 Riccat Lane,Stevenage,Herts,SG1 3XY Grahame Avent,27 Cannix Close,Stevenage,Herts,SG2 9AN Jeff Chapman,22 St Albans Road,Codicote,Herts,SG4 8UT Rob Gillard Mixed 1st XI Carl Richards Twelve Mob: 07831 095864

County Hall Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

Tel: Tel: Tel: Tel: Tel:

01438 01438 01438 07843 01767

313186 220547 821296 618601 225943

www.countyhallcc.co.uk

Leahoe,Hertford,Herts,, Tel: Adjacent to County Hall, Pegs Lane, Hertford. Pegs Lane is the exit away from the Town Centre from the 3rd roundabout on A414 through Hertford. Paul Jenkins,20 Easington Road,Danefield,Herts,,SG12 0LX Tel: Chris Barnaby,22 Lilliards Close,Hoddesdon,Herts,,EN11 0RU Tel: Paul Jenkins,20 Easington Road,Danefield,Herts,,SG12 0LX Tel: Mick Rolfe Ages 8-16 Tel: 1st XI Simon Hibbert Four Mob: 07802 633383 Tel: 2nd XI Steve Wotton Eight Mob: 07990 215126

Datchworth

01992 582998 01920 07759 01920 01992 01992

438917 369938 438917 302116 303312

www.datchcc.co.uk

Ground The Green,Datchworth,Herts,SG3 6TB Directions Off A1 at Clock Motel junction. Take B197 to Woolmer Green. After 2 miles turn right opposite Chequers pub. Follow road to Datchworth, 1 mile, ground on right by tennis and village green. 2nd Ground As for main ground Secretary Adrian Bennett,94 Brookbridge Lane,Datchworth,Herts,SG3 6SZ Fixtures Stuart Warrington,8 Redwoods,Welwyn Garden City,Herts Contact Secretary Captains 1st XI Steve Stroomer Four Mob: 07971 006251 2nd XI Adrian Bennett Nine Mob: 07768 701209 3rd XI Robert Nash Twelve Mob: 07903 113960

Dunstable Town Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

Tel: 01438 821303

Tel: 01438 812490

courts Tel: 01438 812251 Tel: 01707 885676 Tel: 01438 740858 Tel: 01438 812251 Tel: 01438 812762

www.dunstable.play-cricket.com

Lancot Park,Dunstable Road,Totternhoe,Beds,LU6 1QP From town centre, B489 (West Street) towards Aston Clinton. After 1 mile right into Totternhoe Rd. Grd 1 mile on right. As for main ground. Adam Stearn,47 Cooper Drive,Leighton Buzzard,Beds,LU7 4UU Paul Kilduff,11 Orchard Way,Stanbridge,Leighton Buzzard,Beds,LU7 9JE Steve Rennison,40 Bowmans Way,Dunstable,Beds,LU6 3LE Andy Boocock U11,U13,U15,U17 1st XI Steve Rennison One 2nd XI Ian Keogh Three Mob: 07786 337555 3rd XI Alan Carr Eight Mob: 07974 705073 4th XI Ken Alden Ten Mob: 07752 272438

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Tel: 01582 663735

Tel: Tel: Tel: Tel: Tel: Tel:

07966 01525 01582 01525 01582 01582

821013 211046 666399 405622 666399 894326

Tel: 01582 495220


Elstree

www.elstree.play-cricket.com

Ground Aldenham Road,Elstree,Herts, WD6 3DL Tel: Directions From A41, follow signs to Elstree. Go past reservoir and turn left into Aldenham Road. Ground 300 yds on left, past the tennis club. Secretary John Grace,85 Manor Way,Borehamwood,Herts,WD6 1QR Tel: Fixtures Ray Davis,168 College Hill Road,Harrow Weald,Middlesex,HA3 7BY Tel: Contact Secretary Colts Emma Cane Tel: Captains 1st XI Graham Cane Eight Tel: 2nd XI Tim Shilling Ten Mob: 07759 785002

Eversholt Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

Recreation Ground,Eversholt, MK17 9DU 3 miles from juntions 12 & 13 on M1. Ground in centre of village next to church. Park village hall. W J Pougher,20 Witts End,Eversholt,Milton Keynes,Beds,MK17 9DY M Humphrey,7 Segenhoe Close,Ridgmont,Beds,MK43 0UB Dave Garratt,Westwood,37 West Hill,Aspley Guise,Milton Keynes,MK17 8DS Alan Garratt U10, U12, U14, U16 1st XI Alan Garratt Two Mob: 07779 632306 2nd XI Luke Singleton Seven Mob: 07717 723946

Flamstead Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Captains

07949 698659 01727 767102

Tel: 01525 280760 behind Tel: Tel: Tel: Tel: Tel:

01525 01525 01908 01908 01908

280670 280545 282278 281554 281554

www.flamstead-cc.co.uk 841307

841090 157545 842111 411293 842887

www.flitwickcricketclub.co.uk

The Vale,Flitwick Road,Westoning,Beds,MK45 5AA Westoning on A5120. Adjacent to Flitvale Nurseries, 4 miles from M1 junction 12. Michael Hardy,15 Water Lane,Flitwick,Beds,MK45 1LG John Farrent,2 Stanley Road,Streatley,Beds,LU3 3PW Andrew Summerfield,17 Moor Lane,Maulden,Beds,MK45 2DJ Howard Moxon U10,U12,U14,U16 1st XI Carl Ferguson Two Mob: 07946 353777 2nd XI Matthew Pateman Seven Mob: 07738 001136

Frogmore Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

07885 380961 020 8954 1942

Friendless Lane,Flamstead,Herts,AL3 8DE Tel: 01582 Off J9, M1. Head towards Dunstable. Take 1st left to Flamstead. Follow road through village to T-junction. Right then 1st left into car park of ground. Mark Ridley,70 Trowley Hill Road,Flamstead,Herts,AL3 8EA Tel: 01582 Ali Cook,52 Salisbury Road,Batford,Harpenden,Herts Tel: 07906 Tim Wilkinson,8 Pie Garden,Flamstead,Herts,SL3 8BP Tel: 01582 1st XI Andrew Taylor Eight Mob: 07764 469146 Tel: 01480 2nd XI Nick Brownlie Twelve Mob: 07702 579271 Tel: 01582

Flitwick Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

020 8905 1169

Tel: 01525 715100 Tel: Tel: Tel: Tel:

01525 01582 01525 01525

713252 881662 404198 753580

Tel: 01525 714026

frogmore.play-cricket.com

The Recreation Ground,Park Street Lane,Park Street,St Albans,AL2 2ND From A1 (M) Junction 3 South Hatfield follow A414 (North Orbital) east to Park Street roundabout (M10). Left turn on to A5 Watling Street, head south, under railway bridge, right into Park Street Lane after Falcon PH, ground on left. From M25 Junction 21A Take A405 (North Orbital) north towards St.Albans, right fork at first round about. Second roundabout right turn into Tippendell Lane, follow road under railway bridge ground on right. Chris Sander,15 Lauderdale Road,Hunton Bridge,Kings Langley,Herts Tel: 01923 Robert Salt,1 Westridge Close,Hemel Hempstead,Herts,HP1 2BA Tel: 01442 Mark Buskett,80 Watling View,St Albans,Herts,AL1 2PA Tel: 01727 Tony Albon U6-U15 Tel: 01727 1st XI Mark Buskett Eleven Mob: 07868 616305 Tel: 01727

Graveley

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www.graveleycc.co.uk

Ground Nine Acres,Graveley,Herts, SG4 7LH Directions From A1(M) take Stevenage north junction and follow signposts to Graveley. When entering village entrance to the ground is opposite the George and Dragon Pub. Secretary Pauline Logan,21 Ashwell Common,Graveley,Herts,SG4 7LJ Tel: 01438 355089 Fixtures Stephen Ruddell,14 Kits Lane,Wallington,Herts,SG7 6SP Tel: 01763 288563 Contact Fixtures Captains 1st XI Ian Foxton Seven Mob: 07702 464217 Tel: 01438 217149

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Great Gaddesden

www.greatgaddesdencc.co.uk

Ground Bridens Camp,Nr. Hemel Hempstead, HP2 6EX Directions Take A4146 out of Hemel Hempstead towards Leighton Buzzard.Right at Red Lion.Opp.Crown & Sceptre. Secretary Stuart Oliver,33 Cromer Way,Luton,Beds,LU2 7EE Fixtures J Towler,3 Penrith Avenue,Dunstable,Beds,LU6 3AN Contact Secretary Captains 1st XI John Cheeseman Twelve Mob: 07770 797330

Greenwood Park Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Captains

Tel: 01438 243627 Tel: 01727 869463 Tel: 07970 915552

Tel: 01582 763620 Tel: Tel: Tel: Tel: Tel:

01582 01582 01727 01727 01923

760105 764538 758417 811041 220855

Tel: 01582 769005 Tel: 01582 462593

www.harpenden-dolphins.com

Rothamsted Park,Harpenden,Herts, AL5 2EF From the South, enter Harpenden along the A1081, At the Roundabout with the Silver Cup Public House on your left, turn left into Leyton Road. Follow to mini-roundabout by St Nicholas' Church, then left into Rothamsted Avenue. Take second left into Orchard Avenue. Car Park and Pavilion at end of this road. Lower Pitch: From the South, enter Harpenden along the A1081, At the Roundabout with the Silver Cup Public House on your left, turn left into Leyton Road. Turn left after the Inn on the Green Public House into Amenbury Lane. Turn left into Car Park and park in the top right hand corner of the Car Park near the entrance to the swimming pool. On foot, follow the lane between the Tennis Courts and Harpenden FC. The pavilion is at the top of the lane. Mike Lacey,12 Croftwell,Harpenden,Herts,AL5 1JG Tel: 01582 Richard Gilbert,7 Apple Glebe,Barton le Clay,Beds,MK45 4PJ Tel: 01582 Graham Downes,9 Hammers Gate,St Albans,Herts,AL2 3DZ Tel: 01727 1st XI Graham Downes Ten Mob: 07920 080151 Tel: 01727

Hatch End

Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

Tel: 01727 874867 Road.

www.harpendencricketclub.co.uk

The Common,Harpenden,Herts,AL5 1DT On A108, 1/2 mile south of town centre. St George's School, Harpenden. Access from Carlton Road, off Station Road. Philip Waters,10 Manland Way,Harpenden,Herts,AL5 4QS Mike Woodward,26 Heath Close,Harpenden,Herts,AL5 1QN Mike Cooper,9 North Close,St Albans,Herts,AL2 3HB Guy Owen-Jones U9,U10,U11,U13,U15 1st XI Mike Howard HCPLD2E Mob: 07715 750314 2nd XI Dave Whiteley Three Mob: 07740 162150 3rd XI David Doyle Five Mob: 07831 392468 4th XI Mark Bashford Eight Mob: 07580 734270

Harpenden Dolphins Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Captains

Tel: 01582 654884 Tel: 01582 664484

www.greenwoodpark.play-cricket.com

Tippendell Lane,Chiswell Green,St Albans, AL2 3HW From M25 junction 21A head for St Albans. At Noke roundabout turn left into Watford At Three Hammers pub mini roundabout turn right into Tippendell Lane. Simon Phillips,10 Jackdaw Close,Stevenage,Herts,SG2 9DA Peter Hambridge,74 New House Park,St Albans,Herts,AL1 1UJ Mel Baker,47 Highfield,Letchworth,Herts,SG6 3PY 1st XI Mel Baker Nine Mob: 07970 915552

Harpenden

Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

Tel: 07770 797330

761637 897189 842742 842742

hatchendcc.org

Shaftesbury Field,Grimsdyke Road,Hatch End,Middlesex,HA5 4PW Tel: Follow Uxbridge Road to Hatch End. Turn into Grimsdyke Road, second right into Hillview Road, then first left into Colburn Avenue. Entrance 200 yards on left. Paul Cutts,5 Meadow Way,Boxmoor,Hemel Hempstead,Herts,HP3 0AT Tel: Michael Sherman,104 Hillview Road,Hatch End,Middlesex,HA5 4PE Tel: Stuart Taffs,17 South Hill Grove,Harrow,Middlesex,HA1 3PR Tel: Amit Vadera U13,U15 Tel: 1st XI Andy Williams Five Mob: 07725 044500 2nd XI Neil Short Nine Mob: 07775 601216 Tel:

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020 8428 2014


Hatfield

www.hatfieldcc.org.uk

Ground Ascots Lane,Welwyn Garden City,(Nr QE2 Hospital),Herts,AL7 4HL Tel: 01707 Directions Right off A1000 between Hatfield and Welwyn Garden City. Follow signs to QEII Hospital. 2nd Ground King George V Playing Fields, Beehive Lane, Welwyn Garden City. Follow signs to QEII Hospital, Beehive Lane is opposite, turn left immediately after Beehive pub. Changing rooms on far side of Hatfield Hyde ground. Secretary John McCarthy,42 Honeysuckle Gardens,Hatfield,Herts,AL10 8PJ Tel: 01707 Fixtures Keven Whitehead,14 Deerswood Avenue,Hatfield,Herts,AL10 8RX Tel: 01707 Contact Secretary Colts Tony Foster U11,U13,U15 Tel: 01707 Captains 1st XI Steve Gale Three Mob: 07931 196427 Tel: 01707 2nd XI Tony Jakes Eight Mob: 07769 937249 3rd XI Pravin Gohil Thirteen Mob: 07956 634393 Tel: 01707

Hatfield Crusaders

882279 267154 271432 274927 265742

www.hatfieldcrusaderscc.co.uk

Ground Roe Hill Hall,Briars Lane,Hatfield,Herts Tel: 01707 Directions Pass the front entrance of the Galleria Hatfield and turn left at the roundabout into Cavendish Way . At the swimming pool roundabout turn right into Briars Lane. Go up the hill until the road forks and take the left fork. Roe Hill Hall is in the playing field on the right. 2nd Ground King George V Playing Fields, Beehive Lane, WGC, Herts. Follow signs to QEII Hospital, Beehive Lane is opposite. Turn left immediately after the Beehive Pub. Changing rooms on far side of Hatfield Hyde's ground. Secretary Clive Starr,57 Vincenzo Close,Welham Green,North Mymms,Herts,AL9 7NH Tel: 01707 Fixtures Bob Connor,119 Cranborne Crescent,Potters Bar,Herts,EN6 3AF Tel: 01707 Contact Fixtures Captains 1st XI Usman Shaikh Seven Mob: 07717 755127 Tel: 01707 2nd XI Darren Cooper Twelve Mob: 07769 696014 Tel: 01707

Hatfield Hyde

244875

894873 850766 258622 256387

www.hatfieldhyde.play-cricket.com

Ground King George V Playing Field,Beehive Lane,Welwyn Garden City,Herts,AL7 4BP Directions Follow signs to QEII Hospital. Beehive Lane is opposite main hospital entrance. Turn immediately after Beehive pub. Secretary Tim Rivett,10 The Valley Green,Welwyn Garden Ciy,Herts,AL8 7DQ Fixtures Eddie Mills,59 Crawford Road,Hatfield,Herts,AL10 0PF Contact Fixtures Colts Mandy Atkins U10,U11,U13,U15 Captains 1st XI Barry Griffith Five Mob: 07866 264730 2nd XI Eddie Mills Eleven Mob: 07815 197611

Hemel Hempstead Town Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

272380

Tel: 01707 326700 left Tel: 01707 339739 Tel: 01707 881062 Tel: 01727 836701 Tel: 01707 881062

www.hemelhempsteadcricket.co.uk

Heath Park,Station Road,Hemel Hempstead,Herts,HP1 1JZ Tel: 01442 1 minute from Hemel's "funny roundabout" on the road towards Hemel Hempstead station, close to the Kodak building. 3rd XI - Met Police Bushey - see handbook entry. 4th XI: Rudolf Steiner School. A41 from Hemel Hempstead to Kings Langley, turn right in High Street in to Langley Hill. At top of hill, enter Rudolf Steiner School and proceed carefully to ground at rear of school buildings. 5th XI - Woodside, Watford - see Watford Town Ann Graves,85 Chaulden House Gardens,Hemel Hempstead,Herts,HP1 2BW Tel: 01442 Paul Thompson,9 South Hill Road,Hemel Hempstead,Herts,HP1 1JB Tel: 01442 Giles Berry,147 Ebberns Road,Hemel Hempstead,Herts,HP3 9QS Tel: 01442 Norman Waterton U10,U11,U13,U15,U17 Tel: 01442 1st XI Giles Berry HCPLD2E Mob: 07766 070170 Tel: 01442 2nd XI Phil Freebrey Three Mob: 07796 172514 Tel: 01442 3rd XI Roger Doodson Six Mob: 07900 133207 Tel: 01442 4th XI Matt Anderton Eight Mob: 07800 573223 Tel: 01442 5th XI Trevor Radcliffe Eleven Mob: 07979 702710 Tel: 01525

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Hertford Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

www.hertford.play-cricket.com

Balls Park,Mangrove Road,Hertford,Herts, SG13 8AN Tel: 01992 581983 From A10 take A414 to Hertford and turn left at sign to Balls Park. Along Mangrove Road take 3rd entrance on left. From A1, take A414 to Hertford, turn right to Balls Park off road to A10. As for main ground (grass and artificial) Richard Eaton,2 Rose Cottages,Standon,Herts,SG11 1LG Tel: 01920 824098 David Spring,12 Stanley Road,Hertford,Herts,SG13 7LQ Tel: 01992 554001 David Williams,7 Sadlers Way,Hertford,Herts,SG14 2DZ Tel: 01992 586744 Mick Ray All Tel: 01920 464308 1st XI Scott Ruskin HCPLD2E Tel: 01992 551129 2nd XI Graeme Riddle Four Tel: 01920 823372 3rd XI Mike Barnes Six Tel: 01920 413224 4th XI Eric Riddle Eleven Tel: 01992 550017

Hertingfordbury Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

St Mary's Lane,Hertingfordbury. SG14 2LE Village is signposted off roundabout, approx. 1 mile west of Hertford on A414. Take left fork just past White Horse Hotel, into St Mary's Lane. Ground is 100 metres on left, past church. If gate at entrance to ground is open, please drive around the perimeter of field and park adjacent to nets. Otherwise park in St Mary's Lane. Rob Stone,262 Hertingfordbury Road,Hertford,Herts,SG14 2LG Tel: 01992 Jim Beckett,21 Fordwich Hill,Hertford,Herts,SG14 2BG Tel: 07834 Stephen Rider,22 Brookside,Hertford,Herts,SG13 7LL Tel: 01992 Alex Preston U10-U15 Tel: 01920 1st XI E Palmer Five Mob: 07966 312842 Tel: 01992 2nd XI R Styne Eleven Mob: 07770 988891 Tel: 01992

Hexton

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Ground Higham Gobion Road,Hexton,Nr Hitchin, SG5 3HP Tel: 01582 Directions Hexton is situated on the B655 Hitchin to Barton-le-Clay Road. It can also be reached from Luton via Lilley. From all directions enter village down steep hill to crossroads. At crossroads, from Barton turn left, Hitchin turn right, Luton straight over. After 1/4 mile, immediately after Raven Pub, turn left. Ground is 50 yards on left. Secretary Gareth Whale,72 Kirby Drive,Barton Hills,Luton,Beds,LU3 $AW Tel: 01582 Fixtures Paul Marshall,92 Osborn Road,Barton le Clay,Beds,MK45 4UZ Tel: 01582 Contact Secretary Colts Malcolm Craig U10,U12,U14,U16 Tel: 01582 Captains 1st XI Michael Weeks Seven Tel: 01582

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Lucas Lane,Hitchin,Herts, SG5 2JA Tel: 01462 A505 from Luton, over mini roundabout, left at next roundabout. Left at 1st set of lights, 1st left after Sir John Barleycorn pub. Follow road to top of hill. Adjacent to main ground Ian Burnell,45 White Hill Road,Hitchin,Herts,SG4 9HP Tel: 01462 Paul Hammond,22 Tennyson Avenue,Hitchin,Herts,SG4 0PY Tel: 01462 Chris Maylin,Lane End,Wymondley Road,Hitchin,Herts,SG4 9PN Tel: 07985 Chris Maylin U9,U13 Tel: 07895 1st XI Craig Millwood One Tel: 07799 2nd XI Daryl Collins Six Mob: 07809 397919 3rd XI Chris Maylin Thirteen Mob: 07985 264939

Hoddesdon

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Ground Lowfield,Park View,Hoddesdon,Herts, EN11 8PX Directions Off High Street into Cock Lane, turn right into Park View. Ground on left 2nd Ground 2nd Ground - Roydon Cricket Club. 3rd Ground - Wormley Secretary Mac Mackenzie,25 Nursery Road,Hoddesden,Herts,EN11 9LB Fixtures Secretary Contact Barry Hellewell,87 Ware Road,Hoddesdon,Herts,EN11 9AD Colts Adrian Lee U11,U13, U15 Captains 1st XI Steve Coleman One Mob: 07738 161433 2nd XI Adrian Lee Three Mob: 07706 883891 3rd XI Wesley Hunt Seven Mob: 07834 433168

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Holtwhites Trinibis

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Ground Kirkland Drive,Holtwhite Hill,Enfield,Middlesex,EN2 0RN Tel: 0208 363 4449 Directions From M25 J24, take road to Enfield. 1st left past Chase Farm Hospital, 1st right into Holtwhite Hill, entrance under bridge. Secretary Pat Micallef,23B The Grangeway,Grange Park,N21 2HD Tel: 0208 364 2679 Fixtures Darren Tarling,19 Parsonage Gardens,Enfield,Middlesex,EN2 6JS Tel: 0208 342 1476 Contact Robert Akers,23 Onslow Gardens,Grange Park,London,N21 1DY Tel: 020 8967 3403 Colts Kevin Burgess U11,U13 Tel: 01707 874500 Captains 1st XI Pat Micallet Five Mob: 07958 513976 2nd XI Seven

Ickleford

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Ground Sports Field,Walnut Way,Ickleford,Hitchin, Herts, SG5 3XX Tel: 01462 420624 Directions Enter Ickleford from Hitchin (A600). Turn right into Turnpike Lane and Walnut Way is 2nd on left. Secretary Roy Izzard,2 Bedford Road,Ickleford,Hitchin,Herts,SG5 3XH Tel: 01462 433171 Fixtures Geoff Robinson,49 Benslow Rise,Hitchin,Herts,SG4 9QY Tel: 01462 453345 Contact Secretary Colts James Robinson U11,U13,U15 Tel: 01462 453345 Captains 1st XI Duncan Jenner Three Mob: 07855 370428 2nd XI Steve Schumann Ten Mob: 07854 227702 Tel: 01767 223718 3rd XI Ian Cheeseman Tel: 01462 662586

Kings Langley

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Ground The Pavilion, The Common,Vicarage Lane,Kings Langley,Herts,WD4 9HS Tel: 01923 Directions Leave M25 at J20. Proceed into Kings Langley High Street and take 2nd left into Vicarage Lane. Ground at top of lane 2nd Ground Rudolph Steiner School, Langley Hill. At the cross roads by the main ground, turn left from Vicarage Lane. School car park is 100 metres on the right. Secretary Roy Barter,86 Neptune Drive,Hemel Hempstead,Herts,HP2 5QD Tel: 01442 Fixtures John Holroyd,20 Harness Way,St Albans,Herts,AL4 9HA Tel: 01727 Contact Secretary Colts Simon Lloyd U10,U11,U13,U15 Tel: 01923 Captains 1st XI James Dyson Three Mob: 07709 448924 Tel: 01923 2nd XI Duane Smith Six Mob: 07810 474789 Tel: 01923 3rd XI Tony Thompson Ten Mob: 07885 913350 Tel: 01923

Knebworth Park

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Old Knebworth Lane,Knebworth,Herts, SG3 6PY Tel: Take B197 to Knebworth. Turn onto the old Knebworth/Codicote road. After 1/2 mile turn right. Grd on left after 1/4 mile. Adjacent to main ground - grass wicket for league matches. Hitchin CC. Mike Jones,62 Dryden Crescent,Stevenage,Herts,SG2 0JG Tel: Chris Johnson,203 Park Lane,Old Knebworth,Herts,SG3 6PR Tel: Graham Fisher,11 New Close,Knebworth,Herts,SG3 6NU Tel: Chris Johnson All Tel: 1st XI Tony Skeggs One Mob: 07789 431066 2nd XI Jarrod Turner Two 3rd XI Pete Bayford Five Mob: 07736 169145 Tel: 4th XI Sam Jones Eight Mob: 07888 751855 5th XI John Inman Ten Mob: 07971 476708 Tel: 6th XI Steve Jenkins Twelve Mob: 07860 840058 Tel:

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Hunton Bridge,Kings Langley,Herts,WD4 8RJ Tel: 01923 267568 On A41 between Watford and Kings Langley. Turn left at traffic lights at Hunton Bridge, immediately before Langleybury Church. As above. (Artificial and grass) Barbara Metcalfe,18 Lauderdale Road,Kings Langley,Herts,WD4 8QB Tel: 01923 443873 Chris Young,"The Wickets",51 Copthorne Rd,Croxley Green,Richmansworth,WD3 4AHTel: 01923 774120 Kevin Kelly,18 Gade Valley Close,Kings Langley,Herts,WD4 8HG Tel: 01923 400165 Eddie Gunning U10,U11,U12,U13,U15 Tel: 07775 537429 1st XI Ross Channer One Mob: 07813 774378 Tel: 01923 267495 2nd XI Eddie Gunning Five Mob: 07775 537429 Tel: 01923 265200 3rd XI Kevin Kelly Nine Mob: 07956 361050 Tel: 01923 400165 42


Letchworth Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

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Whitethorn Lane,Letchworth,Herts,SG6 2DN Tel: 01462 Leave A1 at Jct 9 (A6141) and follow signs to Town Centre. After passing ambulance station and Shell garage, turn left into Howard Drive. Take 3rd right into Whitethorn Drive. Driveway to Club 50 yards past speed control. Fairfield Hall - Leave A1 at Jct1O and take the A507 towards Stotfold and Shefford. At the 2nd roundabout take the 1st exit towards Letchworth. Go over the 1st roundabout and after 25 metres turn right through main gates. Park in visitors car park, first on right. St Christopher's School - Leave A1 at Jct 9 and follow the signs to the town centre. At 2nd roundabout take 1st exit towards Hitchin. Go through 2 sets of lights and then take 2nd left, Barrington Road (signposted St Christopher's School) and the ground is at the end. Roger Thomson,324 Norton Way South,Letchworth,Herts,SG6 1TA Tel: 01462 Graham Bishton,9 Millground Cottages,Mill Lane,Weston,Herts,SG4 7AB Tel: 01462 Dan Heydon,137 St Neots Road,Sandy,Beds,SG19 1BP Tel: 01767 Colin Chatfield U9-U15 inc Tel: 01462 1st XI Steve March One Mob: 07852 181654 Tel: 01462 2nd XI Graham Bishton Three Mob: 07763 562289 Tel: 01462 3rd XI Andy Bishton Six Mob: 07768 988841 4th XI Andy Catherell Ten Mob: 07791 359918 5th XI Dan Burley Twelve Mob: 07852 879939 Tel: 01462

Leverstock Green Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

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Bedmond Road,Leverstock Green,Hemel Hempstead,Herts,HP3 8LH Tel: 01442 From M1, junction 8. Turn left at 2nd roundabout. Ground on the right opposite village shops. Parmiters School, Garston. Adjacent to Garston Crematorium. Leave M1 at junction 6 towards Watford on A41. Follow signs to Crematorium. (3rd XI Grass, 4th XI Artificial) Tony Williams,19 Lombardy Close,Hemel Hempstead,Herts,HP2 4NG Tel: 01442 Mike Roberts,16 Ingram Close,Marston Moretaine,Beds,MK43 0JS Tel: 01234 Michael Wood,8 Coniston Close,Leverstock Green,Hemel Hempstead,HP3 8RH Tel: 01442 Mike Parkes U10, U11, U13, U15 Tel: 01442 1st XI David Tyson Three Mob: 07730 816878 Tel: 01442 2nd XI Simon Collins Five Mob: 07932 788046 Tel: 01442 3rd XI Brian Coulshed Eleven Tel: 01442 4th XI Tony Williams Thirteen Tel: 01442

Little Berkhamsted Sahibs

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Ground The Recreation Ground,Little Berkhamsted,Herts, SG13 8LX Tel: 07982 463798 Directions Take the Little Berkhamsted turning off the B158 between Hatfield and Hertford. Ground in middle of village opposite Five Horseshoes Pub. Secretary Peter Turnbull,60 Birch Grove,Potters Bar,Herts,EN6 1SY Tel: 01707 645975 Fixtures Richard Cook,6 Comreddy Close,Enfield,Middlesex,EN2 8RL Tel: 0208 372 0653 Contact Secretary Captains 1st XI Dave Marett Seven Mob: 07931 434355 Tel: 0208 368 4130

London Colney Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

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Shenley Village Ground,Green Street,Shenley,Herts,WD7 9AU Tel: 01923 From M25 Junction 22. Take B 556 ( Bell Lane ) towards Radlett. At first roundabout turn left on to B5378 to Shenley. Drive through village and turn right at roundabout just past the White Horse PH ( still on B 5378 ) signposted Borehamwood. Ground 300 metres on right opposite allotments Adrian Bristow,8 Pitstone Close,St Albans,Herts,AL4 9JS Tel: 01727 Ian Prior,80 The Chilterns,Great Ashby,Stevenage,Herts,SG1 6AZ Tel: 01438 Nigel Long,19 Morton,Tadworth,Surrey,KT20 5UA Tel: 01737 Mark Stear U11,U13,U15 Tel: 07866 1st XI Matthew Bristow Three Mob: 07980 834049 Tel: 01727 2nd XI Paul Seymour Seven Mob: 07814 431981 Tel: 01438

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Luton Town and Indians

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Ground Wardown Park,Old Bedford Road,Luton,Beds, LU2 7HA Tel: 01582 Directions From town centre take A6 (Bedford). At 1st roundabout turn right into Stockingstone Rd, then right at traffic lights, then right into Wardown Park. 2nd Ground Lancaster Avenue. From Luton Town Centre take A6 (Bedford) continue past 3 roundabouts, ground 3rd on right (after Warden Tavern) Secretary Viren Patel,23 Newbury Close,Luton,Beds,LU4 9QJ Tel: 01582 Fixtures Kirit Siyodia,20 Hadrian Avenue,Dunstable,Beds,LU5 4SP Tel: 01582 Contact Secretary Colts Ashok Patel All Tel: 01582 Captains 1st XI Arshad Dalvi One Mob: 07956 331073 Tel: 01582 2nd XI Bashir Dalvi Five Mob: 07979 863121 Tel: 01582 3rd XI Kirit Siyodia Ten Mob: 07799 681929 Tel: 01582 4th XI Viren Patell Thirteen Mob: 07973 563148 Tel: 01582

Met Police Bushey

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Met Police Sports Ground,Aldenham Road,Bushey,Herts,WD23 2TR Tel: 01923 243947 Traveling south on M1 take junction 5 exit following signs for Harrow (A41). Turn right at roundabout by Toby Carvery Restaurant. Follow road through one set of traffic lights, ground on left. Steve Clarke,Met Police Sports Ground,Aldenham Road,Bushey,WD23 2TR Tel: 01923 241475 Jim Howard,Met Police Sports Ground,Aldenham Road,Bushey,WD23 2TR Tel: 01923 674373 Trevor Turnbull,Met Police Sports Ground,Aldenham Road,Bushey,WD23 2TR Tel: 01923 465727 Tony Nightingale U9,U11 Tel: 07976 750676 1st XI Gareth Thomason Seven Mob: 07739 315960 Tel: 01923 833645 2nd XI Rob Stevenson Eleven Mob: 07743 758739 3rd XI Dave Halsey Twelve Mob: 07946 451757 Tel: 0208 905 3633

Millhillians Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Captains

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Headstone Lane,Harrow,Middlesex,HA2 6NF Tel: 020 8428 Entrance to ground: 20 yds to left of Headstone Lane station exit on opposite side of road. Groundsman (0208 428 7737) Stewart Wernham,21 Baxendale,Whetstone,London,N20 0EG Tel: 0208 445 Robert Harley,97 Lancaster Avenue,Hadley Wood,Barnet,Herts,EN4 0ES Tel: 0208 440 R Chandler,27 Studio Way,Borehamwood,Herts,WD6 5NN Tel: 0208 207 1st XI Andrew Blincoe HCPLD2E Mob: 07774 005657 2nd XI Pablo Martin Five Mob: 07957 164107

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Monken Hadley

Ground Hadley Common,Camlet Way,Hadley,Herts, EN4 0NJ Tel: 020 8447 1558 Directions Hadley Common is just outside Barnet on the north London/Herts border, just off the A1081. Junction 23 of the M25 is the closest exit. Ground is on Camlet Way, close to Monken Hadley Church. Secretary Roger Cook,9 Seymour Road,St Albans,Herts,AL3 5HL Tel: 01727 867343 Fixtures Richard Boyes,5 Palfrey Close,St Albans,Herts,AL7 5RE Tel: 01727 837907 Contact Secretary Captains 1st XI Tom Britton Eight Mob: 07980 266112 Tel: 020 8482 1692 2nd XI Bill Smith Twelve Tel: 01707 645599

North Enfield

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Ground Strayfield Road,Clay Hill,Enfield,Middlesex,EN2 9JE Tel: 020 8363 2118 Directions J24, M25. Take A1005 to Enfield. Turn left in Botany Bay on to East Lodge Lane. At T junction turn right to Crewshill then follow road down to Theobalds Pk Road. Turn right at Fallow Buck Pub into Strayfield Road. 2nd Ground J25,M25, take A10 towards London. Turn right at lights into Bulls Cross then right onto WhiteWebbs Lane. Ground is about half a mile up on the left hand side (Enfield Invicta CC) Secretary Owen White,583 Hammondstreet Road,Cheshunt,Herts,EN7 0PJ Tel: 01707 874090 Fixtures Stuart Halley,40 Queen Annes Place,Bush Hall Park,Enfield,Herts,EN1 2PT Tel: 07717 470131 Contact Secretary Colts Alison White U11,U13,U15 Tel: 0208 366 1849 Captains 1st XI Owen White Four Mob: 07796 183078 Tel: 01707 874090 2nd XI Richard White Eight Mob: 07956 935948 Tel: 01707 874911 3rd XI James Moxham Thirteen Mob: 07971 495126 Tel: 01992 626869

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North Mymms

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www.northmymmscc.co.uk

Home Farm,North Mymms Park,Nr Hatfield,Herts,AL9 7TR Tel: 01707 643238 West of Welham Green off Dixons Hill Road (Welham Green) off Tollgate Road. Take road signed North Mymms Church 3rd XI Only - Old Owens Sports Ground, Coopers Lane, Potters Bar (01707 646985). At the traffic lights at north end of Potters Bar High St take right fork. Ground on left 200 yds past Chequers pub. 4th XI - Met Police Sports Ground, Bushey. Directions as per Met Police Bushey. Chris Birtwistle,29 Brookmans Avenue,Brookmans Park,Hatfield,Herts,AL9 7QH Tel: 01707 653267 Ian Cheeseman,29 Bluebridge Avenue,Brookmans Park,Herts,AL9 7RY Tel: 01707 646525 Ian Lawless,66 King Edward Road,Barnet,Herts,EN5 5AU Tel: 0208 449 1819 Greg Thomas U11,U13,U15 Tel: 07778 781518 1st XI Simon Clements HCPLD2E Mob: 07850 315583 Tel: 0208 959 1773 2nd XI Duncan Elder Four Mob: 07765 256217 Tel: 01707 269519 3rd XI Mat Williams Nine Mob: 07968 437556 4th XI Ian Lawless Twelve Mob: 07976 359625 Tel: 0208 449 1819

Northampton Exiles

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Clowes Ground,Barrowell Green,Winchmore Hill,London,N21 3BD Tel: 020 8886 2077 From M25, J24. Take A111. Keep on A111 through Cockfosters and Southgate. At roundabout at Southgate, take 2nd exit (The Bourne which becomes Bourne Hill). At the traffic lights turn left into Green Lanes. Take the 6th right into Barrowell Green and the ground is 1/4 mile on the left. As main ground John Cawston,187c Fox Lane,Palmers Green,London,N13 4BB Tel: 020 8886 5711 Peter Gilbert,8 Norman Court,Stapleton Hall Road,London,N4 4QD Tel: 020 8341 2922 David Taylor,40 Gordon Hill,Enfield,Herts,EN2 0QP Tel: 020 8367 7266 Muz Kashmiri U9 - U16 Tel: 07939 539506 1st XI Wayne Lawler Four Mob: 07956 395834 2nd XI Tony O'Neill Eleven Mob: 07973 722910 3rd XI Muz Kashmiri Thirteen Mob: 07939 539506

Northchurch Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

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The Meadow,Tring Road,Northchurch,Berkhamsted, HP4 3SF Take J20 off M25 onto A41 by-pass. Exit from 5th junction signposted A4251 Tring/Northchurch. Follow signs to Northchurch. Ground is half a mile past Q8 garage hand side before you enter main village. Alan Fantham,Maihof,22 Boswick Lane,Dudswell, Nr Berkhamsted,Herts,HP4 3TE David Evans,Longwood,Hollybush Close,Potten End,Herts,HP4 2SN Ali Fantham,52 Rosebery Way,Tring,Herts,HP235DS Jeff Parkinson U11,U15,U17 1st XI Ali Fantham Two Mob: 07958 705241 2nd XI Steve Dight Six Mob: 07793 886808

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Ducks Hill Road,Rickmansworth Road,Northwood, HA6 2NR Tel: 01923 822001 Between Rickmansworth and Pinner on corner of Rickmansworth Road and Ducks Hill Road. 3rd XI play at one of: Durrants Ground, Old Merchant Taylors CC, Lincoln Way, Croxley Green, Watford - Westwood Park, Chenies Avenue, Little Chalfont - Hervines Park, Hervines Road, Amersham - Barn Meadow, School Lane, Amersham. Dennis Goodhew,39 Blythwood Road,Pinner,Middlesex,HA5 3QW Tel: 0208 866 0454 Steve Dickson,1 Drakes Drive,Northwood,Middlesex,HA6 2SL Tel: 01923 828298 David Goodhew,39 Blythwood Road,Pinner,Middlesex,HA5 3QW Tel: 07887 601305 1st XI Simon Noach Two Mob: 07788 727700 Tel: 01923 771451 2nd XI Nick Nicholson Five Mob: 07985 386606 Tel: 01923 824219 3rd XI Steve Dickson Ten Mob: 07768 116761 Tel: 01923 828298

Northwood Town

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Tel: 01442 876759

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Chestnut Avenue,off Rickmansworth Road,Northwood,Middlesex, HA6 1HR From A404, Cheshunt Avenue is by Blue Iron bridge. Ground 200 yards on left at end Gerald Pimm,2 Northwood Way,Northwood,Middlesex,HA6 1AT Mike Peacock,53 Ravenswood Road,Clapham,London,SW12 9PN Raj Ahluwalia,Flat 7, Claret House,24-26 The Avenue,Watford,WD17 4NR Terry Smyth U11,U13,U15,U17 1st XI Raj Ahluwalia Two Mob: 07830 126027 2nd XI Neil Dudley Seven Mob: 07957 413891

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Offley & Stopsley

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Ground Kings Walden Road,Great Offley,Herts, SG5 3DS Tel: 01462 Directions From Luton A505 - take first left past Silver Lion pub, right at the T-junction, then next left to Offley Village. Turn right into High Street, then forward to lane on left by the Church. From Hitchin A505 - take left to Great Offley and first left at the top of the hill in High Street, then forward to lane on left by the Church. Secretary Richie Barker,60 The Shires,Luton,Beds,LU2 7QB Tel: 01582 Fixtures Steve Bexfield,51 Villiers Close,Luton,Beds,LU4 9FR Tel: 01582 Contact Fixtures Captains 1st XI Steve Bexfield Ten Mob: 07773 087770 Tel: 01582

Old Albanian

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Hendon Wood Lane,off Totteridge Lane,Mill Hill,London,NW7 Tel: 020 8959 6566 A1 to Gate pub on road to Barnet. Turn right into Hendon Wood Lane. Follow to bottom right hand bend. Climb hill for approx. 100 yards, club on the left. John Zani,jzani@btinternet.com Tel: 020 8444 5098 Nick Ornstin,7 Gisburn Road,Hornsey,N8 Tel: 07966 495142 Daniel Stevens,56 Hillside Gardens,Chipping Barnet,Herts,EN5 2 NJ Tel: 020 8440 8686 1st XI Ian Sanderson Seven Mob: 07946 549828 1st XI Sam Khalique Seven Mob: 07973 618045 2nd XI John Zani Nine Mob: 07710 271767 Tel: 0208 444 5098

Old Elizabethans Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

514125

www.camdenians.org

Burton Hole Lane,Mill Hill,London,NW7 Tel: Off Bittacy Hill, Mill Hill, NW7 by Adam & Eve pub uphill from Mill East Tube. Clubhouse at end of Burtonhole Lane/Burtonhole Close, entrance next to farm gate. As for main ground Ian Salter,c/o BCS Ltd,4 Plantagenet Road,Barnet,Herts,EN5 5JQ Tel: Roger Gravett,522 Lordship Lane,London,N22 5DD Tel: Jonathan Cole,56 Halsey Park,London Colney,St Albans,Herts,AL2 1BH Tel: Adrian Salter U15 Tel: 1st XI Jonathan Cole Six Mob: 07803 710142 Tel: 2nd XI Adrian Salter Nine Mob: 07966 448629 Tel: 3rd XI Manish Depala Eleven Mob: 07835 165474

Old Cholmeleians Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Captains

513479 514125

www.oacc.org.uk

Old Albanian SC,Woollam Playing Fields,160 Harpenden Road,St Albans,AL3 6BB Tel: 01727 Take the A1081 for 2 miles north towards Harpenden from the centre of St Albans, the ground is on the right just beyond the city limit. Second Ground: As main ground. Third Ground: 4th XI games will be played at Rothampstead Park, Harpenden on the upper square. From the south, enter Harpenden along the A1081, at the roundabout with The Silver Cup public house on your left, turn left into Leyton Rd. Follow to mini-roundabout by St. Nicholas' church, then left into Rothampstead Avenue. Take second left into Orchard Avenue, ground at the end. David Hughes,24 Lawrance Road,St Albans,Herts,AL3 6EA Tel: 01727 Julian Baines,16 Marley Road,Welwyn Garden City,Herts,AL7 4BS Tel: 01707 Tom Preest,4 Peakes Place,Granville Road,St Albans,Herts,AL1 5AY Tel: 07950 Andrew McCree U7,8,9,10,11,12,13,15 Tel: 01727 1st XI Mike Dale Two Mob: 07810 205219 Tel: 01442 2nd XI Mark Winchester Five Mob: 07907 378000 Tel: 01582 3rd XI Tony Perkins Eleven Mob: 07887 524194 4th XI David Hughes Fourteen Mob: 07890831315 Tel: 01727

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Gipsy Corner,Mays Lane,(Barnet Gate Lane end),Barnet,EN5 2AG Tel: From A1, Borehamwood (Stirling Corner) take A411 to Barnet. Turn right after Gate pub. Ground 1/2 mile on left. Jonathan Mackman,15 Bramber Court,Sterling Place,Bentford,Middlesex,TW8 9QP Tel: Adrian Beagley,14 Hardy Close,Barnet,Herts,,EN5 2FA Tel: Miles Collins,9 Woodhall Avenue,Pinner,Middlesex,,HA5 3DY Tel: Paul Barnfather Tel: 1st XI Joe Festa Four Mob: 07792 256003 Tel: 2nd XI Andy Vernon Ten Mob: 07967 694754 3rd XI Paul Barnfather Thirteen Tel: 46

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Old Finchleians

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Ground 12 Southover,Woodside Park,London,N12 7JE Tel: 020 8445 7406 Directions From Woodside Park station turn right into Holden Road. Turn 1st left into Tillingham Way. Left at T junction. Ground 100 yds on left. Secretary Geoff Owen,12 Southover,Woodside Park,London,N12 7JE Tel: 020 8445 7406 Fixtures Secretary Contact Secretary Captains 1st XI Rhymal Persad Two Mob: 07967 276659 2nd XI Amit Savani Seven Mob: 07984 154651

Old Haberdashers Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Captains

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Croxdale Road,Off Theobald Street,Borehamwood,Herts,WD6 Tel: 020 8953 1987 From Borehamwood High Street, turn into Theobald St. Turn right after 1/2 mile, Croxdale Rd. Ground 150 yds on left Robert Clarke,11 Oakhurst Avenue,Harpenden,Herts,AL5 2NB Tel: 01582 761986 Paul Stocker,55 Jarvis Road,South Croydon,CR2 6HW Tel: 020 8405 0293 Uzair Ali,131 Albury Drive,Pinner,Middlesex,HA5 3RJ Tel: 0208 428 7020 1st XI Simon Gelber Five Tel: 0207 428 9431 2nd XI Richard Downes Nine Mob: 07736 052012

Old Owens Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

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Old Owens Sports Ground,Coopers Lane,Potters Bar,Herts,EN6 4NF Tel: 01707 644211 At the traffic lights at north end of Potters Bar High St take right fork. Ground on left 200 yds past Chequers pub. As for main ground. Dave Lee,Flat1,61 Talbot Road,London,,N6 4QX Tel: 0208 819 6638 Keith Saunders,1178a High Road,Whetstone,London,,N20 0LH Tel: 0208 445 3826 Ken Rowswell,71 Billy Lows Lane,Potters Bar,Herts,,EN6 1UX Tel: 01707 654900 Mike & Carol Sibley U9,U10,U11,U12,U13,U15 Tel: 01707 652078 1st XI Tim Lane Five Mob: 07977 998502 Tel: 01707 643058 2nd XI Mark McKinstry Eight Mob: 07946 618869 Tel: 01727 812991 3rd XI Mike Sibley Twelve Mob: 07885 373554 Tel: 01707 652078

Parkfield & Headstone

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Ground Saddlers Mead,Clonard Way,off Rowlands Avenue,Hatch End, Middlesex, HA5 4BU Tel: 020 8428 7487 Directions At roundabout on A410 (Uxbridge Rd) turn right into Rowlands Ave. Take 3rd road on left, Clonard Way. Ground 80 yds on right. 2nd Ground King George V Playing Fields, Tolpitts Lane, WD18 9QD. M25 Junction 19 Clockwise, 20 Anti Clockwise. Take A411 to Watford, at Town Hall, take A412 to Rickmansworth then fifth left into Hagden Lane, right at brow of hill (50 yards). Straight across at lights and right at mini roundabout into Tolpitts lane. Ground approx. 3/4 mile on left signposted King George V Playing Fields . Holywell Community Centre Secretary Dick Wootten,86 Grimsdyke Road,Hatch End,Middlesex,HA5 4PW Tel: 020 8421 0391 Fixtures Julian Hodge,13 Wilcot Avenue,Oxhey,Watford,Herts,WD19 4AT Tel: 01923 249040 Contact Secretary Colts Chris Emmott U11 Tel: 07920 267317 Captains 1st XI Damian Stalley Six Mob: 07810 124903 2nd XI Nainesh Shah Nine Mob: 07786 731260 Tel: 0208 922 6827 3rd XI Kieran Everett Thirteen Mob: 07977 446351

Pirton Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

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Walnut Tree Rd,Pirton,Hitchin,SG5 3PX Tel: 01462 712812 From Hitchin take A505 (Luton), at mini R'about rt onto B655 (Pirton Rd) 1.15m turn onto Hitchin Rd into Walnut Tree Rd at giveway sign. Ground Entrance 300 yds on rt. Martin Bidgood,41 Shepherds Mead,Hitchin,Herts,SG5 1YB Tel: 01462 420836 Alan Howe,10 Boswell Drive,Ickleford,Hitchin,Herts Tel: 01462 459530 Richard Laskowski,97 Buckingham Road,Luton,Beds,LU2 9RB Tel: 01582 405798 Peter Bidgood U9-U15 Tel: 07802 603600 1st XI Steve Groves Eleven Mob: 07917 031154 Tel: 01462 712262

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Potters Bar

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Ground The Walk,Potters Bar,Herts,EN6 1QE Tel: Directions M25 J24. Right at Canada Life lights. First left into The Walk (by Nat West Bank). Ground 300 yards on left 2nd Ground Dame Alice Owens School, Dugdale Hill Lane, Potters Bar Secretary Dave Pett,170 Auckland Road,Potters Bar,Herts,EN6 3HT Tel: Fixtures Mark Shepherd,140 Charnwood Road,Hillingdon,Uxbridge,Middx,UB10 0HZ Tel: Contact Secretary Colts Dave Lawrence U9,U10,U11,U13,U15,U17 Tel: Captains 1st XI Leonard Cooper HCPLD2E Mob: 07886 240071 Tel: 2nd XI Greg Hodge Two Mob: 07734 650366 Tel: 3rd XI John Lewis Six Mob: 07949 339758 Tel: 4th XI Paul Kennedy Ten Mob: 07887 811463 Tel: 5th XI Robert Anderson Thirteen Mob: 07919 114767

Potton Town

Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Captains

01707 645298 020 8795 1804 07709 049632 01582 481864 0208 216 5877 01707 859227 01707 642837

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The Hollow,Biggleswade Road,Potton,Beds, SG19 2LX Tel: From A1 north to Biggleswade South roundabout, take second exit to Town Centre and Potton. Continue along London Road for 1 mile, turn right towards Potton (B1040). After 3 miles the ground in on right on entering Potton. Entrance just before first house, cricket pavilion behind football pitch. Rob Bage,36 Biggleswade Road,Potton,Sandy,Beds Tel: Alan Dean,12 Cherry Grove,Gamlingay,Nr Sandy,Beds Tel: Colin Stevens,15 Heron Way,Stotfold,Herts,SG5 4QB Tel: 1st XI Colin Stevens Four Mob: 07836 620802 2nd XI Andy Webb Ten Mob: 07917 200646

Preston Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

01707 654801

01767 261100

01767 260453 01767 651060 07836 620802

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The Cricket Ground,Preston,Nr Hitchin,(Messages to Red Lion), SG4 7UD Tel: 01462 From Hitchin, A602. Three Moorhens roundabout via Gosmore. 2 3/4 miles ground on right on entry to village Hitchin Boys School. Follow A600 (Bedford Rd) towards Hitchin centre on one-way system. Turn left into grammar school walk off Broad Street. David Norman,84 Whinbush Road,Hitchin,Herts,SG5 1PZ Tel: 01462 Tony Smith,12 Boswell Drive,Ickleford,Nr Hitchin,Herts,SG5 3YB Tel: 01462 David Saunders,26 Kristiansand Way,Letchworth,Herts Tel: 01462 Nigel Biggs U13, U15 Tel: 01462 1st XI Ashley Catlin Two Mob: 07760 490359 Tel: 01462 2nd XI Martin Pearce Six Tel: 01438 3rd XI Dave Saunders Thirteen Mob: 07835 515825 Tel: 01462

Radlett

459585

420849 454328 674978 458289 629433 751440 674978

www.radlettcc.com

Ground Cobden Hill,Watling Street,Radlett,Herts. WD7 7JN Directions On main road at southern end of Radlett (Watling Street). Opposite Cat & Fiddle pub. 2nd Ground 3rd XI & 4th XI - as main ground 5th XI - Queens School, Aldenham Road, Bushey Secretary David Robinson,10 Hillside Road,Radlett,Herts,WD7 7BH Fixtures Doreen Browne,1 Darnhills,Watford Road,Radlett,Herts,WD7 8LQ Contact Fixtures Colts Andrew Gray U9,U10,U11,U13,U15,U17 Captains 1st XI Dan Chippeck HCPL Mob: 07768 452313 2nd XI Amjad Khan Two Mob: 07973 263593 3rd XI Tim Smithers Four Mob: 07976 586376 4th XI Matt Bell Six Mob: 07779 996924 5th XI Vikram Rajput Eleven Mob: 07930 533115

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Redbourn Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

Reed

Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

www.redbourncricketclub.org.uk

The Pavilion,North Common Road,Redbourn,Herts, AL3 7DB Tel: 01582 Take turning to Redbourn from "Chequers" roundabout on A5183 by-pass. Club approx 1 mile on right. Opposite turning into Harpenden Cricket clubon A1081 St Albans Road. Go into Rothampstead Research campus. Ground is 1/4 mile dtraight on, past the tennis courts Peter Cridland,74 Ragged Hall Lane,St Albans,Herts,AL2 3LD Tel: 01727 Chris Halls,20 The Meadows,Hemel Hempstead,Herts,HP1 2TP Tel: 01442 Jon Fleming,9 Box Hill,Hemel Hempstead,Herts,HP2 5YR Tel: 01442 John Pritchard U11, U13 Tel: 01582 1st XI Jon Fleming Four Mob: 07789 716777 Tel: 01442 2nd XI Anthony Mauder Seven Mob: 07973 717214 Tel: 01582 3rd XI John Pritchard Thirteen Mob: 07941 379228 Tel: 01582

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www.reedcc.co.uk

Village Green,Blacksmith Lane,Reed,Royston, Herts, SG8 8AX Tel: 01763 Off A10 between Royston and Buntingford. Turn opposite Silver Ball cafe. Ground between last two houses on right (about 200 yards from A10). The Heath, Baldock Road, Royston. From A1 take A505 heading towards Royston. At Little Chef Roundabout take second exit. Ground 1 mile on the right. From A10 to Royston. Left at first roundabout to Town Centre. Continue through Royston, ground 1/2 mile outside town centre on left. Peter McMeekin,Ashdale,Blacksmiths Lane,Reed,Royston,SG8 8AY Tel: 01763 Paul Watts,The Maltings,Mansfield Road,Baldock,Herts,SG7 6EB Tel: 01462 Richard Robertson,1 Rose Villas,Jackson's Lane,Reed,Royston,SG8 8AB Tel: 01763 Mrs L Robertson U11,U13,U15 Tel: 01763 1st XI James Heslam Two Mob: 07763 681216 2nd XI Jason Archer Seven Mob: 07795 110505 Tel: 01763 3rd XI Peter Baker Twelve Mob: 07768 145932 Tel: 01223

Rickmansworth

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848124 895711 848835 848835 241878 207681

www.rickmansworthcc.ik.com

Ground Park Road,Rickmansworth,Herts, WD3 1HU Tel: Directions On A412 between Rickmansworth and Croxley Green. At bottom of Scots Hill between Beefeater and R.C. church. 2nd Ground Adjacent to main ground (Artificial). Secretary Paul Blackwell,133 Highfield Way,Rickmansworth,Herts,WD3 7PL Tel: Fixtures Secretary Contact Secretary Colts Paul Blackwell 5-12 Tel: Captains 1st XI Marc Robinson Three Mob: 07847 186015 Tel: 2nd XI Raz Khan Eight Mob: 07976 130745 3rd XI Nick Currey Eleven Mob: 07812 593396 Tel: 4th XI Paul Blackwell Fourteen Mob: 07793 294774 Tel:

Sandridge

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Ground Spencer Meadows,rear of High Street,Sandridge,Herts, AL4 9DD Tel: 01727 855159 Directions From St Albans take Wheathampstead road. As you reach Sandridge turn left after 1st row of houses on left. Spencer Meadows is signposted from the road. Secretary Kevin Murphy Tel: 01462 470229 Fixtures Colin Winton,12 Wick Avenue,Wheathampstead,Herts,AL4 8QB Tel: 01582 832414 Contact Fixtures Captains 1st XI John Murphy Five Mob: 07881 505265 Tel: 01727 765988 2nd XI Rob Corran Nine Mob: 07568 816879 Tel: 01582 764759

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Sawbridgeworth Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

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Town Fields,Springhall Road,Sawbridgeworth,Herts, CM21 9AN Tel: 01279 722865 For Springhall Road turn right off A1184 heading north, soon after entering Sawbridgeworth. The main car park for the club is situated in Bell Street, the next right hand turn after Springhall Road. Leventhorpe School, Cambridge Road, Sawbridgeworth, Herts, CM21 9PR - From Harlow: head north on the A1184 through Sawbridgeworth, turn left just before you reach The Bull PH. From Bishop’s Stortford: head south on the A1184, turn right just after the Bull. Please note all visitors should use the SCHOOL car park, not the one for the swimming pool. (Most 3rd and 4th XI fixtures will be played at this venue, as will two 5th XI fixtures. The remaining matches will be played at alternative venues, the opposition will be contacted - details will also appear on the club website) Roger Leigh,14 Rushfield,Sawbridgeworth,Herts,CM21 9NF Tel: 01279 600178 Richard White,36 Seeleys,Harlow,Essex,CM17 0AD Tel: 01279 422567 Tony Marshall,15 Ladywell Prospect,Sawbridgeworth,Herts,CM21 9PR Tel: 01279 721079 Andrew Meadmore U9,U10,U11,U12,U13,U15 Tel: 01279 652371 1st XI Danny Wilson HCPLD2E Mob: 07770 777503 Tel: 01279 721062 2nd XI Matt Birch Three Mob: 07816 524117 Tel: 01279 726551 3rd XI Kevin Elkins Nine Mob: 07803 504765 Tel: 01279 442562 4th XI Mark Oxenham Eleven Mob: 07973 163398 Tel: 01279 420782 5th XI Carl Waring Fourteen Mob: 07799 605064 Tel: 01279 659535

Shenley Village

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Ground Shenley Cricket Centre,Shenley Park,Radlett Lane,Shenley,WD7 9DW Tel: 01923 859022 Directions From Shenley, Black Lion Hill, take road to old Hospital, and then turn left (approx 40yds, signposted Cricket Centre), into Radlett Lane. After 800yds turn right into large gateway, next to Gateman’s house. Car park on the left. From Radlett, (nr railway station) take roundabout up Shenley Hill, and onto Shenley Lane for approx 1 mile, after golf course, Shenley Park entrance is on the left. Cricket Centre Car park on the left 2nd Ground Rowley Lane Sports Club, Rowley Lane, Arkley, Barnet, EN5 Approach down A1 (going south). After South Mimms turn off (M25). Continue south towards London on the A1, 2 miles south approach the Borehamwood slip road. The Elstree Moat House (Holiday Inn) will be visible on your right. You will see a sign allowing you to turn off the A1 on the slip road which takes you past the A1 Golf Driving Range. Go past the range and take 1st left which is Rowley Lane. The entrance to the lcub is approx 200m up the road on your right. Secretary Dave Stubbs,32 Autumn Glades,Leverstock Green,Hemel Hempstead,Herts,HP3 8UB Tel: 01442 265880 Fixtures Geoff Evans,14 Kitswell Way,Radlett,Herts,WD7 7HN Tel: 01923 352662 Contact Secretary Colts Ray McLennan U9-U15 Tel: 01727 763909 Captains 1st XI Rahul Gajjar Four Mob: 07774 444555 Tel: 0208 905 2740 2nd XI Steve Scott Eight Mob: 07950 916996 Tel: 0208 953 9109 3rd XI Tony Munting Ten Mob: 07958 026452 Tel: 0208 207 1497 4th XI Warren Seeley Thirteen Mob: 07967 305943 Tel: 01727 763909

Southgate Adelaide

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Ground Walker Cricket Ground,Waterfall Road,Southgate,London,N14 7JZ Tel: 020 8886 8381 Directions J24 M25, A111 to Cockfosters. Over roundabout, Chase Side to Southgate Circus roundabout. Third exit into High Street. 1/4 mile to The Green, right at little roundabout into Waterfall Road. Ground on the right hand side. 2nd Ground Holtwhites Trinibis CC or Northampton Exiles CC Secretary Dan Whiting,142a Kings Hall Road,Beckenham,Kent,BR3 1LN Tel: 0208 325 7497 Fixtures Peter Tatakis,106 Swaythling Close,Montagu Road,Edmonton,London,N18 2QQ Tel: 020 8887 0161 Contact Secretary Colts Roger Arnold U11,U13,U15,U17 Captains 1st XI Martyn Chandler Three Mob: 07989 471076 2nd XI Daniel Whiting Seven Mob: 07970 150447 Tel: 0208 325 7497 3rd XI John Metselaar Eleven Tel: 01707 853403

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Southgate Compton Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

www.southgatecompton.com

Hadley Field,Chalk Lane,Cockfosters,Herts, EN4 9JG Tel: 020 8449 5846 J24, M25. Take A111 to Cockfosters. Chalk Lane on right as you enter Cockfosters, opposite "Jet" garage by Cockfosters Underground station. Please note, Chalk Lane is now one way Northbound, therefore do not use entrance by the "Cock Inn". Also note that new parking restrictions are in force on Saturdays. Tony Heaney,134 Russell Lane,Whetstone,London,N20 0AT Tel: 020 8368 8382 John Allison,50 Seamill Park Crescent,Worthing,West Sussex,BN11 2PN Tel: 01903 214649 Les Berry,52 Hampden Way,Southgate,London,N14 5DX Tel: 0208 361 3769 Graham Driffill U11,U13,U15 Tel: 020 8367 4193 1st XI Alex Heaney Six Mob: 07803 504505 Tel: 0208 368 8832 2nd XI Ed Puddick Eleven Mob: 07765 861686 Tel: 020 8920 3769

St Albans

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www.stalbanscc.com

Clarence Park,St Albans,Herts, AL1 4NF Tel: 01727 Off A414 Hatfield Road one mile from City Centre. Entrance off Clarence Road Lower Pitch, Rothamsted Park, Harpenden. From the south, enter Harpenden along A1081. At the roundabout with the Silver Cub pub on your left, turn into Leyton Road. Turn left after the Inn on the Green pub into Amenbury Lane. Turn left into car park and park in top right hand corner near entrance to swimming pool. On foot follow lane between tennis courts and Harpenden FC. Pavilion is at the top of the lane. NB - it is a pay and display car park. To avoid paying, please notify reception at the swimming pool that you are parking for the cricket pitch and you will receive a ticket for your car. Patrick Fogarty,53 Firwood Avenue,St Albans,Herts,AL4 0TD Tel: 01727 Hugo Thomas,32 Wynches Farm Drive,St Albans,Herts,AL4 0XH Tel: 01727 Nick Gilbert,18 Oaklands Lane,St Albans,Herts,AL4 0HR Tel: 01727 John Rudlin U11,U13 Tel: 01727 1st XI Martin Jones One Mob: 07709 418812 2nd XI Jaffer Chaudhry Three Mob: 07813 793050 3rd XI Hugo Thomas Seven Mob: 07774 716871 4th XI Nick James Ten Mob: 07730 614236

St Albans West Indian

844797 848766 766647 764151

www.sawicc.co.uk

Ground Greenwood Park,Tippendell Lane,Chiswell Green,St Albans, AL2 3HW Tel: 01727 Directions From the M10 roundabout take the exit signed A405 to Watford and London. Continue to next roundabout and turn right onto Tippendell Lane where Greenwood Park is immediately on the right. Parking is in the upper car park. Secretary Fitzroy Stapleton,2 Kelshall,Watford,Herts,WD25 9UL Tel: 01923 Fixtures Ken Stapleton,19 Pottersfield,St Albans,Herts,AL3 6LJ Tel: 01727 Contact Secretary Captains 1st XI Paul Ouguid Five Mob: 07961 994594 Tel: 01992

St Margaretsbury

Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

850388

874867

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www.stmcc.org.uk

St Margaretsbury,Recreation Ground,Stanstead Abbotts,Herts, SG12 8BL Tel: 01920 Off A10 take A414 to Harlow/Chelmsford. At 1st roundabout take B181 to Stanstead Abbots. Ground 1/2 mile on right. As main ground. David Rimmer,50 Willowmead,Hertford,Herts,SG14 2AT Tel: 01992 Robert Furber,11 Linwood,Sawbridgeworth,Herts,CM21 9NU Tel: 01279 David Sharp,10 Harebell Close,Hertford,Herts,SG13 7TS Tel: 01992 Simon Spencer U11,U13,U15,U17 Tel: 01992 1st XI Simon Tilbury One Mob: 07881 573206 2nd XI Mark Frost Six Mob: 07932 004956 3rd XI David Sharp Eleven Mob: 07976 380592

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Stevenage

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Tewin

Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Captains

www.stevenagecricketclub.co.uk

Ditchmore Lane,Stevenage Old Town,Herts,SG2 4LJ Tel: 01438 A1(M),J7 towards Stevenage. Turn left at 1st roundabout along Gunnells Wood Road. At second roundabout turn right into Fairlands Way, under railway line and first left at next roundabout. Take 4th exit at next roundabout, then first left into Gates Way. At the left bend turn right into Ditchmore Lane and follow road to clubhouse and car park. Adjacent to main ground. 3rd/4th XI Ground - Adjacent to main ground. 5th XI - Graveley CC - directions as Graveley details Terry Ashby,9 Ridgeway,Stevenage,Herts Tel: 01438 Steve Cooke,67 Manton Road,Hitchin,Herts,SG4 9NP Tel: 01462 Richard Burling,8 Herne Road,Stevenage,Herts,SG1 4RW Tel: 01438 Trevor Davies U11,U13,U15,U17 Tel: 01438 1st XI Dave Carr HCPLD2E Tel: 01767 2nd XI Simon Roberts Three Mob: 07867 823520 3rd XI Kevin Fisher Nine Mob: 07920 529602 4th XI Phil Ashby Twelve Mob: 07950 380019 5th XI Richard Burling Fourteen Mob: 07885 288296 Tel: 01438

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www.tewincc.org.uk

Upper Green,Tewin,Herts, AL6 0LX Turn off the B1000 Hertford to Welwyn road, following signs to Tewin. From the village green take the Burnham Green road, past the Rose & Crown. The cricket ground is 1/2 mile on the left, just past the Plume of Feathers Pub. Bridget Pethybridge,151 Daniells,Welwyn Garden City,Herts Tel: 01707 322619 Paul Hiskens,9B Smyrna Road,London,NW6 4LY Tel: 07919 546769 Peter McCreary,4 Desborough Drive,Tewin Wood,Welwyn,Herts,AL6 0HH Tel: 01438 798421 1st XI Paul Hiskens Seven Mob: 07919 546769 2nd XI Gareth Sheppard Twelve Mob: 07811 202856

Totteridge Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Captains

Totteridge Green,London,N20 8PB Tel: 020 8445 5331 Turning south off Totteridge Lane at Totteridge Green to the east of the Orange Tree pub. Peter Cansick,3 Guildown Avenue,London,N12 7DE Tel: 0208 446 9695 Harish Shah,65 Church Lane,East Finchley,London,N2 8DR Tel: 020 8444 8613 Laurie Goldsmith,479 Archway Road,Highgate,London,N6 4HX Tel: 0208 341 9084 1st XI Shakeel Durrani Two Mob: 07956 476195 2nd XI Sarfraz Ahmed Six Mob: 07764 206430 Tel: 07956 212405

Waltham Cross Rosedale

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Ground Rosedale Sports Club,Andrews Lane,Cheshunt,Herts,EN7 6TB Directions M25, J25. A10 north to Cheshunt. First roundabout take first exit, straight over next roundabouts, left into Andrews Lane. 2nd Ground Adjacent to main ground (Artificial) Secretary Mark Ronsley,9 Highfield Road,Cheshunt,Herts,EN7 6RW Fixtures Tom Nicholls,24 Bradgate,Cuffley,Herts,EN6 4RL Contact Secretary Captains 1st XI Jamie Storey Three Mob: 07932 718907 2nd XI Jack Patel Eight Mob: 07976 988836 3rd XI Mark Ronsley Eleven Mob: 07752 877753 4th XI Contact Secretary Fourteen Mob:

Ware (OH)

Tel: 01992 623983 two

Tel: 01992 627821 Tel: 07832 254420 Tel: 01707 875417 Tel: 01296 425447 Tel: 01992 627821

www.wareohcc.com

Ground The Pavilion,Bell Lane,Widford,Nr Ware,SG12 8SH Directions From Ware High Street, take the B1004 (Star Street) to Wareside, stay on this road until you are just short of Widford Village; take 2nd turning on your right into Bell Lane, then immediately right up a track towards the playing fields - cricket ground is on your Right. Secretary Phil Knott,13 Honeysuckley Close,Hertford,Herts,SG13 7TQ Tel: 07813 Fixtures Justin Gray,43 The Barons,Bishop's Stortford,Herts,CM23 4HR Tel: 07775 Contact Secretary Colts Phil Knott Tel: 07813 Captains 1st XI John Schlaepfer Six Mob: 07796 305844 2nd XI Tom Parker Twelve Mob: 07801 494725 Tel: 01920

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Watford Town

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Ground Woodside,Horseshoe Lane,Garston,Watford, Herts, WD2 7HH Tel: 01923 Directions off A405 1 mile south of M1, J6. Turn into Horseshoe Lane at traffic lights. After ¼ mile turn left into sports ground, before leisure centre building site (2007). Secretary Gulfraz Riaz,66 Euston Avenue,Watford,Herts,WD18 7SY Tel: 01923 Fixtures Khalid Manzoor,64a Rickmansworth Road,Watford,Herts,WD1 7JA Tel: 01923 Contact Secretary Colts Gulfraz Riaz U13,U15,U17 Tel: 01923 Captains 1st XI Neil Sen Two Mob: 07971 951031 2nd XI Andy Canning Six Mob: 07761 452422 Tel: 01923

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Watton-at-Stone

Ground The Meadow,Watton-at-Stone,Herts, SG14 3SB Directions Ground is 75 yds from the main road which runs through the village. Turn opposite 'The Bull' pub. 2nd Ground All Second XI matches - Heath Mount School - 1/2 mile east of Watton on the A602. Secretary Wilf Emsley,4 Old School Orchard,Watton-at-Stone,Herts,SG14 3SS Tel: 01920 830986 Fixtures Jon Taylor,8 Deards Wood,Knebworth,Herts,SG3 6PG Tel: 01438 227097 Contact Secretary Captains 1st XI Ollie Dalrymple Five Mob: 07985 018866 2nd XI Bill Gibbings Twelve Mob: 07740 825503 Tel: 01438 749962

Welwyn Garden City

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Ground Digswell Park,Knightsfield,Welwyn Garden City,Herts, AL8 7NQ Tel: 01707 Directions From North leave A1(M) at J6. Follow signs to Welwyn Garden City. At roundabout turn right into Bessemer Road, first right into Knightsfield, entrance ½ mile on left next to No.290. From other directions, from town centre leave via Digswell Road. After ½ mile turn left into Knightsfield, ground ½ mile on right. 2nd Ground 3rd & 4th XI: Welwyn Playing Fields. Ground 0.25 mile south of village centre. Off Ottway Walk opposite 'The Steamer' pub. 5th XI : Sherrardswood School (Artificial) Secretary Christopher Molyneux,21 Nodeway Gardens,Welwyn Garden City,Herts,AL6 9FD Tel: 01438 Fixtures Paddy Carlin,27 High Oaks Road,Welwyn Garden City,Herts,AL8 7BJ Tel: 01707 Contact Secretary Colts John Goodfellow U10,U11,U13,U15 Tel: 01707 Captains 1st XI Martin James HCPLD2E Mob: 07734 294574 2nd XI Chris Molyneux Two Mob: 07930 854830 Tel: 01438 3rd XI Steve Willis Seven Mob: 07799 036605 4th XI Stuart Giddens Eleven Mob: 07903 653723 5th XI Kevin Hyatt Fourteen Mob: 07908 506961

West Herts Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

327354

712364 321210 336791 712364

www.westherts.play-cricket.com

8 Park Avenue,Watford,Herts,WD18 7HP Tel: J19, M25, take A411 to Watford. At Town Hall roundabout take A4112 to Rickmansworth, then 3rd left into Park Avenue. Ground 100 yds, turn left. M1, J5 to Watford. Take A41 south to 1st roundabout. Take right exit to Bushey on B462. Follow Hartspring Lane into Aldenham Road. Queens School ground on right. Doug Kirby,29 Balfour Court,Station Road,Harpenden,Herts,AL5 4XT Tel: Steve May,10 Church Hill,Bedmond,Herts,WD5 0RN Tel: Trevor Sturgess,41 Goodwood Avenue,Watford,Herts,WD24 5LB Tel: Doug Kirby U13, U15 Tel: 1st XI Matt Smith HCPL Mob: 07870 241655 Tel: 2nd XI Mike Hodges Five Mob: 07775 686426 Tel: 3rd XI Steve May Eleven Mob: 07931 722477 Tel:

01923 229239

01582 01923 01923 01582 01923 01494 01923

763517 270892 447815 763517 268619 681433 270892

Weston

Ground Weston Park,Damask Green Lane,Weston,Herts, SG4 7BZ Directions A1(M), J9 (Letchworth and Baldock). 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. Secretary Bryan Harber,45 Brandles Road,Letchworth,Herts,,SG6 2JA Tel: 01462 Fixtures Stephen Dear,246 Knightsfield,Welwyn Garden City,Herts,,AL8 7RB Tel: 01707 Contact Fixtures Colts Phil Stevens U10-U15 Tel: 01462 Captains 1st XI Marcus Peckham Eight Tel: 01462 53

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Nomansland Common,Wheathamstead,Herts, AL4 8EL Tel: 07986 866508 Take B651 from St Albans towards Wheathampstead. Ground on left opposite "Wicked Lady" pub. Peter Robbins,Pond Farm Cottage,Hexton Road,Lilley,Herts,LU2 8LX Tel: 01462 769868 Liam Harvey,85 Walsingham Close,Hatfield,Herts,AL10 0RR Tel: 01727 762684 Keith Martin,4 Maltings Drive,Wheathampstead,Herts,AL4 8QJ Tel: 01582 832224 1st XI Steven Booth Three Tel: 01727 868464 2nd XI Lawrence Garland Eight Mob: 07787 130010

Wormley Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

Wormley Playing Fields,Church Lane,Wormley,Herts, EN10 6LB Tel: 01992 460650 Take Broxbourne exit from A10. Turn north on A1170. After Queens Head pub turn left into Church Lane. Ground on right. Adjacent to main ground. Mark Callaby,27 Crownfield,Broxbourne,Herts,EN10 6QX Tel: 01992 442755 Roger Thear,47 Mitre Court,Railway Street,Hertford,Herts,SG14 1BQ Tel: 01992 412051 Neil Pomeroy,33 The Croft,Broxbourne,Herts,EN10 6SY Tel: 01992 422848 Roger Thear U11,U15 Tel: 01992 412051 1st XI Don Stevenson Four Tel: 01992 421520 2nd XI Mark Callaby Eight Mob: 07880 527018 Tel: 01992 442755 3rd XI Roger Thear Thirteen Mob: 07890 881248 Tel: 01992 412051

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Fixtures 2007 Division One 12 May 2007 Dunstable Hitchin Langleybury St Albans St Margaretsbury

v Bishop's Stortford v Hoddesdon v Letchworth v Luton Town & Indians v Knebworth Park

23 June 2007 Bishop's Stortford Dunstable Knebworth Park Luton Town & Indians St Margaretsbury

v Langleybury v Letchworth v Hitchin v Hoddesdon v St Albans

04 August 2007 Bishop's Stortford Dunstable Knebworth Park St Albans St Margaretsbury

19 May 2007 Hitchin Hoddesdon Knebworth Park Letchworth Luton Town & Indians

v Dunstable v Langleybury v Bishop's Stortford v St Albans v St Margaretsbury

30 June 2007 Bishop's Stortford Dunstable Hitchin Hoddesdon Langleybury

v St Albans v St Margaretsbury v Luton Town & Indians v Letchworth v Knebworth Park

11 August 2007 (1.00pm) Hitchin v Hoddesdon v Langleybury v Letchworth v Luton Town & Indians v

St Margaretsbury Bishop's Stortford St Albans Knebworth Park Dunstable

26 May 2007 Bishop's Stortford Dunstable Langleybury St Albans St Margaretsbury

v Luton Town & Indians v Knebworth Park v Hitchin v Hoddesdon v Letchworth

07 July 2007 Bishop's Stortford Dunstable Knebworth Park Letchworth Luton Town & Indians

v St Margaretsbury v Hoddesdon v St Albans v Hitchin v Langleybury

18 August 2007 (1.00pm) Bishop's Stortford v Dunstable v Knebworth Park v Luton Town & Indians v St Margaretsbury v

Hitchin St Albans Hoddesdon Letchworth Langleybury

02 June 2007 Hitchin Hoddesdon Langleybury Letchworth Luton Town & Indians

v St Albans v St Margaretsbury v Dunstable v Bishop's Stortford v Knebworth Park

14 July 2007 Bishop's Stortford Hoddesdon Knebworth Park Letchworth Luton Town & Indians

v Dunstable v Hitchin v St Margaretsbury v Langleybury v St Albans

25 August 2007 (1.00pm) Hitchin v Knebworth Park Hoddesdon v Luton Town & Indians Langleybury v Bishop's Stortford Letchworth v Dunstable St Albans v St Margaretsbury

09 June 2007 Bishop's Stortford Dunstable Knebworth Park St Albans St Margaretsbury

v v v v v

Hoddesdon Luton Town & Indians Letchworth Langleybury Hitchin

21 July 2007 Dunstable Knebworth Park Langleybury St Albans St Margaretsbury

v Hitchin v Bishop's Stortford v Hoddesdon v Letchworth v Luton Town & Indians

01 September 2007 (12.30pm) Knebworth Park v Langleybury Letchworth v Hoddesdon Luton Town & Indians v Hitchin St Albans v Bishop's Stortford St Margaretsbury v Dunstable

16 June 2007 Hitchin Knebworth Park Langleybury Letchworth St Albans

v v v v v

Bishop's Stortford Hoddesdon St Margaretsbury Luton Town & Indians Dunstable

28 July 2007 Dunstable Hitchin Hoddesdon Letchworth Luton Town & Indians

v Knebworth Park v Langleybury v St Albans v St Margaretsbury v Bishop's Stortford

08 September 2007 (12.30pm) Hitchin v Letchworth Hoddesdon v Dunstable Langleybury v Luton Town & Indians St Albans v Knebworth Park St Margaretsbury v Bishop's Stortford

v Letchworth v Langleybury v Luton Town & Indians v Hitchin v Hoddesdon

Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League

League Presentation Dinner Beales Hotel, Hatfield Friday 5th October 2007 7.30pm for 8.00pm

MC Roger Dakin Esq Full details will be sent to all clubs in July For tickets contact Ian Lawless Tel: 0208 441 0723 56


Division Two 05 May 2007 Abbots Langley Cockfosters Eversholt Flitwick Northchurch Old Albanian Old Finchleians Potters Bar II Preston Totteridge

v Northwood Town v Watford Town v Ampthill Town v Radlett II v Welwyn Garden City II v Reed v Knebworth Park II v Broxbourne v Berkhamsted v Northwood

23 June 2007 Abbots Langley Ampthill Town Broxbourne Northwood Town Northwood Old Albanian Potters Bar II Radlett II Reed Watford Town

v Totteridge v Knebworth Park II v Old Finchleians v Northchurch v Berkhamsted v Eversholt v Preston v Cockfosters v Flitwick v Welwyn Garden City II

11 August 2007 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley v Berkhamsted Ampthill Town v Broxbourne Flitwick v Eversholt Knebworth Park II v Old Albanian Northchurch v Totteridge Northwood v Potters Bar II Old Finchleians v Preston Reed v Radlett II Watford Town v Northwood Town Welwyn Garden City II v Cockfosters

12 May 2007 Ampthill Town Berkhamsted Broxbourne Knebworth Park II Northwood Town Northwood Radlett II Reed Watford Town Welwyn Garden City II

v Totteridge v Old Finchleians v Abbots Langley v Northchurch v Old Albanian v Preston v Potters Bar II v Cockfosters v Eversholt v Flitwick

30 June 2007 Berkhamsted Eversholt Flitwick Knebworth Park II Northchurch Northwood Old Finchleians Preston Totteridge Welwyn Garden City II

v Ampthill Town v Cockfosters v Northwood Town v Watford Town v Broxbourne v Radlett II v Potters Bar II v Abbots Langley v Old Albanian v Reed

18 August 2007 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley v Northwood Broxbourne v Watford Town Cockfosters v Knebworth Park II Eversholt v Welwyn Garden City II Northwood Town v Reed Old Albanian v Berkhamsted Potters Bar II v Ampthill Town Preston v Northchurch Radlett II v Old Finchleians Totteridge v Flitwick

19 May 2007 Abbots Langley Cockfosters Eversholt Flitwick Northchurch Old Albanian Old Finchleians Preston Radlett II Totteridge

v Potters Bar II v Northwood Town v Reed v Knebworth Park II v Berkhamsted v Broxbourne v Northwood v Ampthill Town v Welwyn Garden City II v Watford Town

07 July 2007 Ampthill Town Berkhamsted Broxbourne Cockfosters Northwood Town Old Finchleians Potters Bar II Preston Radlett II Reed

v Northwood v Watford Town v Flitwick v Totteridge v Welwyn Garden City II v Abbots Langley v Northchurch v Old Albanian v Eversholt v Knebworth Park II

25 August 2007 (1.00pm) Ampthill Town v Abbots Langley Berkhamsted v Cockfosters Flitwick v Preston Knebworth Park II v Eversholt Northchurch v Old Finchleians Northwood Town v Radlett II Northwood v Old Albanian Reed v Broxbourne Watford Town v Potters Bar II Welwyn Garden City II v Totteridge

26 May 2007 Ampthill Town Berkhamsted Broxbourne Eversholt Knebworth Park II Northwood Potters Bar II Radlett II Reed Watford Town

v Old Finchleians v Flitwick v Cockfosters v Northwood Town v Welwyn Garden City II v Northchurch v Old Albanian v Abbots Langley v Totteridge v Preston

14 July 2007 Ampthill Town Berkhamsted Broxbourne Eversholt Northchurch Northwood Town Northwood Old Albanian Potters Bar II Preston

v Radlett II v Reed v Welwyn Garden City II v Totteridge v Abbots Langley v Knebworth Park II v Watford Town v Old Finchleians v Flitwick v Cockfosters

01 September 2007 (12.30pm) Abbots Langley v Watford Town Cockfosters v Northwood Eversholt v Berkhamsted Flitwick v Old Finchleians Northwood Town v Broxbourne Old Albanian v Ampthill Town Potters Bar II v Reed Preston v Welwyn Garden City II Radlett II v Northchurch Totteridge v Knebworth Park II

02 June 2007 Cockfosters Eversholt Flitwick Knebworth Park II Northchurch Old Albanian Old Finchleians Preston Totteridge Welwyn Garden City II

v Potters Bar II v Broxbourne v Northwood v Radlett II v Ampthill Town v Abbots Langley v Watford Town v Reed v Northwood Town v Berkhamsted

21 July 2007 Abbots Langley Broxbourne Cockfosters Eversholt Northwood Town Old Albanian Radlett II Reed Watford Town Welwyn Garden City II

v Flitwick v Knebworth Park II v Old Finchleians v Preston v Berkhamsted v Northchurch v Totteridge v Northwood v Ampthill Town v Potters Bar II

08 September 2007 (12.30pm) Ampthill Town v Cockfosters Berkhamsted v Totteridge Broxbourne v Radlett II Flitwick v Northchurch Knebworth Park II v Preston Northwood Town v Potters Bar II Northwood v Eversholt Reed v Abbots Langley Watford Town v Old Albanian Welwyn Garden City II v Old Finchleians

09 June 2007 Ampthill Town Berkhamsted Broxbourne Cockfosters Northwood Town Northwood Potters Bar II Radlett II Reed Watford Town

v Flitwick v Knebworth Park II v Totteridge v Abbots Langley v Preston v Welwyn Garden City II v Eversholt v Old Albanian v Old Finchleians v Northchurch

28 July 2007 Ampthill Town Berkhamsted Flitwick Knebworth Park II Northchurch Northwood Old Finchleians Preston Watford Town Welwyn Garden City II

v Reed v Broxbourne v Old Albanian v Potters Bar II v Cockfosters v Northwood Town v Eversholt v Totteridge v Radlett II v Abbots Langley

16 June 2007 Berkhamsted Cockfosters Eversholt Flitwick Northchurch Northwood Old Finchleians Preston Totteridge Welwyn Garden City II

v Radlett II v Old Albanian v Abbots Langley v Watford Town v Reed v Knebworth Park II v Northwood Town v Broxbourne v Potters Bar II v Ampthill Town

04 August 2007 Abbots Langley Broxbourne Cockfosters Eversholt Northwood Town Old Albanian Potters Bar II Radlett II Reed Totteridge

v Knebworth Park II v Northwood v Flitwick v Northchurch v Ampthill Town v Welwyn Garden City II v Berkhamsted v Preston v Watford Town v Old Finchleians

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Division Three 05 May 2007 Bishop's Stortford II Botany Bay Hatfield Hemel Hempstead II Kings Langley Rickmansworth Sawbridgeworth II Southgate Adelaide St Albans II Wheathampstead

v Chorleywood v Letchworth II v Hoddesdon II v Harpenden II v Leverstock Green v Waltham X Rosedale v Stevenage II v Dunstable II v London Colney v Ickleford

23 June 2007 Botany Bay Chorleywood Hatfield Hoddesdon II Ickleford Letchworth II Leverstock Green Sawbridgeworth II Stevenage II Waltham X Rosedale

v Kings Langley v Rickmansworth v St Albans II v Hemel Hempstead II v London Colney v Bishop's Stortford II v Harpenden II v Wheathampstead v Southgate Adelaide v Dunstable II

11 August 2007 (1.00pm) Bishop's Stortford II v Kings Langley Chorleywood v Letchworth II Dunstable II v Rickmansworth Harpenden II v Botany Bay Hemel Hempstead II v St Albans II Ickleford v Hatfield Leverstock Green v Hoddesdon II London Colney v Sawbridgeworth II Southgate Adelaide v Wheathampstead Waltham X Rosedale v Stevenage II

12 May 2007 Bishop's Stortford II Chorleywood Harpenden II Hoddesdon II Ickleford Letchworth II Leverstock Green London Colney Stevenage II Waltham X Rosedale

v Dunstable II v Hatfield v Southgate Adelaide v Sawbridgeworth II v St Albans II v Rickmansworth v Wheathampstead v Hemel Hempstead II v Botany Bay v Kings Langley

30 June 2007 Harpenden II Hemel Hempstead II Ickleford Kings Langley Letchworth II London Colney Southgate Adelaide St Albans II Stevenage II Wheathampstead

v Waltham X Rosedale v Hatfield v Chorleywood v Rickmansworth v Dunstable II v Leverstock Green v Hoddesdon II v Sawbridgeworth II v Bishop's Stortford II v Botany Bay

18 August 2007 (1.00pm) Botany Bay v Chorleywood v Hatfield v Hoddesdon II v Kings Langley v Rickmansworth v Sawbridgeworth II v St Albans II v Stevenage II v Wheathampstead v

London Colney Hemel Hempstead II Leverstock Green Waltham X Rosedale Dunstable II Harpenden II Ickleford Southgate Adelaide Letchworth II Bishop's Stortford II

19 May 2007 Bishop's Stortford II Botany Bay Dunstable II Hemel Hempstead II Kings Langley Rickmansworth Sawbridgeworth II Southgate Adelaide St Albans II Wheathampstead

v v v v v v v v v v

Harpenden II Hoddesdon II Chorleywood Ickleford Letchworth II Stevenage II Hatfield London Colney Leverstock Green Waltham X Rosedale

07 July 2007 Chorleywood Dunstable II Hemel Hempstead II Hoddesdon II Letchworth II Leverstock Green Rickmansworth Southgate Adelaide St Albans II Waltham X Rosedale

v Kings Langley v Stevenage II v Sawbridgeworth II v Bishop's Stortford II v Harpenden II v Ickleford v Wheathampstead v Hatfield v Botany Bay v London Colney

25 August 2007 (1.00pm) Bishop's Stortford II v Chorleywood v Dunstable II v Harpenden II v Hemel Hempstead II v Ickleford v Letchworth II v Leverstock Green v London Colney v Waltham X Rosedale v

St Albans II Stevenage II Wheathampstead Kings Langley Southgate Adelaide Botany Bay Hoddesdon II Sawbridgeworth II Rickmansworth Hatfield

26 May 2007 Chorleywood Harpenden II Hatfield Hoddesdon II Letchworth II Leverstock Green London Colney Southgate Adelaide Stevenage II Waltham X Rosedale

v v v v v v v v v v

Sawbridgeworth II Dunstable II Botany Bay Rickmansworth Wheathampstead Hemel Hempstead II Bishop's Stortford II Ickleford Kings Langley St Albans II

14 July 2007 Chorleywood Dunstable II Harpenden II Hatfield Hemel Hempstead II Ickleford London Colney Sawbridgeworth II St Albans II Wheathampstead

v v v v v v v v v v

Leverstock Green Hoddesdon II Stevenage II Bishop's Stortford II Botany Bay Waltham X Rosedale Letchworth II Southgate Adelaide Rickmansworth Kings Langley

01 September 2007 (12.30pm) Bishop's Stortford II v Hemel Hempstead II Botany Bay v Leverstock Green Dunstable II v St Albans II Hatfield v Letchworth II Hoddesdon II v Stevenage II Kings Langley v London Colney Rickmansworth v Ickleford Sawbridgeworth II v Waltham X Rosedale Southgate Adelaide v Chorleywood Wheathampstead v Harpenden II

02 June 2007 Bishop's Stortford II Botany Bay Dunstable II Harpenden II Hemel Hempstead II Kings Langley Rickmansworth Southgate Adelaide St Albans II Wheathampstead

v Ickleford v Sawbridgeworth II v London Colney v Chorleywood v Waltham X Rosedale v Hoddesdon II v Hatfield v Leverstock Green v Letchworth II v Stevenage II

21 July 2007 Bishop's Stortford II Botany Bay Chorleywood Hatfield Hoddesdon II Kings Langley Letchworth II Rickmansworth Stevenage II Waltham X Rosedale

v Sawbridgeworth II v Southgate Adelaide v Wheathampstead v Dunstable II v Harpenden II v St Albans II v Ickleford v Hemel Hempstead II v London Colney v Leverstock Green

08 September 2007 (12.30pm) Bishop's Stortford II v Southgate Adelaide Chorleywood v Hoddesdon II Dunstable II v Hemel Hempstead II Harpenden II v St Albans II Ickleford v Kings Langley Letchworth II v Sawbridgeworth II Leverstock Green v Rickmansworth London Colney v Wheathampstead Stevenage II v Hatfield Waltham X Rosedale v Botany Bay

09 June 2007 Chorleywood Hatfield Hoddesdon II Ickleford Letchworth II Leverstock Green London Colney Sawbridgeworth II Stevenage II Waltham X Rosedale

v v v v v v v v v v

28 July 2007 Bishop's Stortford II Hatfield Hemel Hempstead II Ickleford Leverstock Green London Colney Sawbridgeworth II Southgate Adelaide St Albans II Waltham X Rosedale

v v v v v v v v v v

Botany Bay Harpenden II Kings Langley Stevenage II Letchworth II Hoddesdon II Dunstable II Rickmansworth Wheathampstead Chorleywood

16 June 2007 Bishop's Stortford II Dunstable II Harpenden II Hemel Hempstead II Hoddesdon II Kings Langley London Colney Rickmansworth Southgate Adelaide Wheathampstead

v Waltham X Rosedale v Leverstock Green v Ickleford v Stevenage II v St Albans II v Sawbridgeworth II v Chorleywood v Botany Bay v Letchworth II v Hatfield

04 August 2007 Botany Bay Chorleywood Hatfield Hoddesdon II Kings Langley Letchworth II Rickmansworth Sawbridgeworth II Stevenage II Wheathampstead

v v v v v v v v v v

Dunstable II St Albans II London Colney Ickleford Southgate Adelaide Waltham X Rosedale Bishop's Stortford II Harpenden II Leverstock Green Hemel Hempstead II

Botany Bay Kings Langley Wheathampstead Dunstable II Hemel Hempstead II Bishop's Stortford II Harpenden II Rickmansworth St Albans II Southgate Adelaide

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Division Four 05 May 2007 Ampthill Town II Bayford & Hertford Chipperfield Clifton County Hall North Mymms II Northampton Exiles Radlett III Redbourn West Herts II

v Wormley v Clarendon v Bushey v North Enfield v Cavendish v Shenley Village v Potton Town v Hertford II v Datchworth v Old Elizabethans

23 June 2007 Bushey Cavendish Chipperfield Datchworth Northampton Exiles Old Elizabethans Potton Town Radlett III Shenley Village West Herts II

v Redbourn v Wormley v Hertford II v North Enfield v Bayford & Hertford v County Hall v Clifton v Ampthill Town II v Clarendon v North Mymms II

11 August 2007 (1.00pm) Bushey v Chipperfield v Clarendon v Clifton v Datchworth v North Enfield v North Mymms II v Radlett III v Shenley Village v Wormley v

12 May 2007 Bushey Cavendish Clarendon Datchworth Hertford II North Enfield Old Elizabethans Potton Town Shenley Village Wormley

v West Herts II v Clifton v North Mymms II v Ampthill Town II v Redbourn v Chipperfield v Northampton Exiles v Radlett III v County Hall v Bayford & Hertford

30 June 2007 Ampthill Town II Bayford & Hertford Cavendish Chipperfield Clarendon Clifton County Hall Hertford II Northampton Exiles Shenley Village

v Redbourn v Radlett III v Datchworth v Potton Town v Bushey v Old Elizabethans v West Herts II v North Enfield v North Mymms II v Wormley

18 August 2007 (1.00pm) Ampthill Town II v North Enfield Bayford & Hertford v Chipperfield Bushey v County Hall North Mymms II v Clifton Northampton Exiles v Clarendon Old Elizabethans v Datchworth Potton Town v Hertford II Radlett III v Shenley Village Redbourn v Cavendish West Herts II v Wormley

19 May 2007 Ampthill Town II Bayford & Hertford Bushey Chipperfield Clifton County Hall North Mymms II Northampton Exiles Old Elizabethans Redbourn

v Hertford II v Datchworth v North Enfield v Cavendish v Shenley Village v Clarendon v Wormley v West Herts II v Radlett III v Potton Town

07 July 2007 Bushey County Hall Datchworth Hertford II North Enfield North Mymms II Old Elizabethans Redbourn West Herts II Wormley

v Ampthill Town II v Northampton Exiles v Shenley Village v Cavendish v Potton Town v Radlett III v Chipperfield v Bayford & Hertford v Clifton v Clarendon

25 August 2007 (1.00pm) Cavendish v Ampthill Town II Chipperfield v North Mymms II Clarendon v Radlett III Clifton v County Hall Datchworth v West Herts II Hertford II v Old Elizabethans North Enfield v Bayford & Hertford Potton Town v Bushey Shenley Village v Redbourn Wormley v Northampton Exiles

26 May 2007 Bushey Cavendish Clifton Datchworth Hertford II Old Elizabethans Potton Town Shenley Village West Herts II Wormley

v Northampton Exiles v North Enfield v Clarendon v North Mymms II v Bayford & Hertford v Redbourn v Ampthill Town II v Chipperfield v Radlett III v County Hall

14 July 2007 Bayford & Hertford Chipperfield Clarendon County Hall North Enfield North Mymms II Northampton Exiles Potton Town Shenley Village Wormley

v Ampthill Town II v West Herts II v Datchworth v Radlett III v Old Elizabethans v Redbourn v Clifton v Cavendish v Hertford II v Bushey

01 September 2007 (12.30pm) Ampthill Town II v Shenley Village Bayford & Hertford v Cavendish Bushey v Clifton Chipperfield v County Hall North Mymms II v North Enfield Northampton Exiles v Datchworth Old Elizabethans v Potton Town Radlett III v Wormley Redbourn v Clarendon West Herts II v Hertford II

02 June 2007 Ampthill Town II Bayford & Hertford Cavendish Chipperfield Clifton County Hall North Enfield North Mymms II Radlett III Redbourn

v Old Elizabethans v Potton Town v Bushey v Clarendon v Wormley v Datchworth v Shenley Village v Hertford II v Northampton Exiles v West Herts II

21 July 2007 Ampthill Town II Bushey Clifton Datchworth Hertford II Northampton Exiles Old Elizabethans Potton Town Redbourn West Herts II

v North Mymms II v Bayford & Hertford v Radlett III v Wormley v Clarendon v Chipperfield v Cavendish v Shenley Village v County Hall v North Enfield

08 September 2007 (12.30pm) Cavendish v North Mymms II Chipperfield v Clifton Clarendon v Ampthill Town II Datchworth v Radlett III Hertford II v Northampton Exiles North Enfield v County Hall Old Elizabethans v Bushey Potton Town v West Herts II Shenley Village v Bayford & Hertford Wormley v Redbourn

09 June 2007 Clarendon Datchworth Hertford II Northampton Exiles Old Elizabethans Potton Town Radlett III Shenley Village West Herts II Wormley

v North Enfield v Clifton v County Hall v Redbourn v Bayford & Hertford v North Mymms II v Bushey v Cavendish v Ampthill Town II v Chipperfield

28 July 2007 Cavendish Chipperfield Clarendon Clifton County Hall Datchworth North Enfield North Mymms II Shenley Village Wormley

v West Herts II v Radlett III v Potton Town v Redbourn v Ampthill Town II v Bushey v Northampton Exiles v Bayford & Hertford v Old Elizabethans v Hertford II

16 June 2007 Ampthill Town II Bayford & Hertford Cavendish Chipperfield County Hall Hertford II North Enfield Old Elizabethans Radlett III Shenley Village

v Northampton Exiles v West Herts II v Clarendon v Datchworth v Potton Town v Clifton v Wormley v North Mymms II v Redbourn v Bushey

04 August 2007 Ampthill Town II Bayford & Hertford Bushey Hertford II Northampton Exiles Old Elizabethans Potton Town Radlett III Redbourn West Herts II

v Clifton v County Hall v North Mymms II v Datchworth v Cavendish v Clarendon v Wormley v North Enfield v Chipperfield v Shenley Village

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Division Five 05 May 2007 Baldock Hatch End Hertingfordbury Knebworth Park III Langleybury II Leverstock Green II Northwood II Old Haberdashers Sandridge Watton-at-Stone

v Hatfield Hyde v St Albans West Indian v Cheshunt v Old Albanian II v Harpenden III v Holtwhites Trinibis v Luton Town & Indians II v Old Owens v Millhillians II v Cockfosters II

23 June 2007 Baldock Cheshunt Cockfosters II Hatch End Hatfield Hyde Hertingfordbury Holtwhites Trinibis Langleybury II Old Haberdashers Old Owens

v v v v v v v v v v

12 May 2007 Cockfosters II Harpenden III Hatfield Hyde Hertingfordbury Holtwhites Trinibis Luton Town & Indians II Old Albanian II Old Haberdashers Old Owens St Albans West Indian

v v v v v v v v v v

Knebworth Park III Hatch End Langleybury II Millhillians II Watton-at-Stone Leverstock Green II Sandridge Cheshunt Baldock Northwood II

30 June 2007 Cheshunt Cockfosters II Hatch End Hertingfordbury Knebworth Park III Leverstock Green II Millhillians II Old Albanian II Old Haberdashers Sandridge

v St Albans West Indian v Old Owens v Watton-at-Stone v Hatfield Hyde v Langleybury II v Northwood II v Luton Town & Indians II v Holtwhites Trinibis v Harpenden III v Baldock

18 August 2007 (1.00pm) Baldock v Harpenden III v Hatch End v Hatfield Hyde v Knebworth Park III v Langleybury II v Leverstock Green II v Northwood II v Old Owens v Watton-at-Stone v

19 May 2007 Hatch End Hertingfordbury Knebworth Park III Langleybury II Leverstock Green II Millhillians II Northwood II Old Owens Sandridge Watton-at-Stone

v v v v v v v v v v

Hatfield Hyde Old Albanian II Holtwhites Trinibis Baldock St Albans West Indian Old Haberdashers Harpenden III Cheshunt Cockfosters II Luton Town & Indians II

07 July 2007 Baldock Harpenden III Hatch End Hatfield Hyde Holtwhites Trinibis Langleybury II Northwood II Old Albanian II Old Owens St Albans West Indian

v Hertingfordbury v Cheshunt v Knebworth Park III v Old Haberdashers v Cockfosters II v Sandridge v Watton-at-Stone v Luton Town & Indians II v Leverstock Green II v Millhillians II

25 August 2007 (1.00pm) Cheshunt v Watton-at-Stone Cockfosters II v Hatch End Harpenden III v Old Owens Holtwhites Trinibis v Langleybury II Knebworth Park III v Old Haberdashers Luton Town & Indians II v Baldock Millhillians II v Leverstock Green II Old Albanian II v Northwood II Sandridge v Hertingfordbury St Albans West Indian v Hatfield Hyde

26 May 2007 Baldock Cheshunt Cockfosters II Harpenden III Hatfield Hyde Holtwhites Trinibis Luton Town & Indians II Old Albanian II Old Owens St Albans West Indian

v v v v v v v v v v

Hatch End Millhillians II Hertingfordbury Leverstock Green II Northwood II Sandridge Knebworth Park III Old Haberdashers Langleybury II Watton-at-Stone

14 July 2007 Cheshunt Cockfosters II Holtwhites Trinibis Knebworth Park III Langleybury II Leverstock Green II Millhillians II Old Haberdashers Sandridge St Albans West Indian

v v v v v v v v v v

01 September 2007 (12.30pm) Baldock v St Albans West Indian Hatch End v Holtwhites Trinibis Hatfield Hyde v Harpenden III Knebworth Park III v Cheshunt Langleybury II v Luton Town & Indians II Leverstock Green II v Old Albanian II Northwood II v Cockfosters II Old Owens v Hertingfordbury Sandridge v Old Haberdashers Watton-at-Stone v Millhillians II

02 June 2007 Cheshunt Hatch End Hertingfordbury Knebworth Park III Leverstock Green II Millhillians II Northwood II Old Haberdashers Sandridge Watton-at-Stone

v v v v v v v v v v

Old Albanian II Langleybury II Holtwhites Trinibis St Albans West Indian Hatfield Hyde Old Owens Baldock Cockfosters II Luton Town & Indians II Harpenden III

21 July 2007 Baldock Harpenden III Hatch End Hatfield Hyde Leverstock Green II Luton Town & Indians II Northwood II Old Haberdashers St Albans West Indian Watton-at-Stone

v Cheshunt v Old Albanian II v Hertingfordbury v Millhillians II v Knebworth Park III v Holtwhites Trinibis v Sandridge v Langleybury II v Cockfosters II v Old Owens

09 June 2007 Baldock Cheshunt Harpenden III Hatch End Hatfield Hyde Holtwhites Trinibis Langleybury II Luton Town & Indians II Old Albanian II St Albans West Indian

v v v v v v v v v v

Leverstock Green II Cockfosters II Knebworth Park III Old Owens Watton-at-Stone Old Haberdashers Northwood II Hertingfordbury Millhillians II Sandridge

28 July 2007 Cockfosters II Hertingfordbury Holtwhites Trinibis Langleybury II Millhillians II Old Albanian II Old Haberdashers Old Owens Sandridge Watton-at-Stone

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16 June 2007 Baldock v Watton-at-Stone Cheshunt v Holtwhites Trinibis Hatch End v Northwood II Hertingfordbury v St Albans West Indian Knebworth Park III v Hatfield Hyde Leverstock Green II v Langleybury II Luton Town & Indians II v Old Haberdashers Millhillians II v Cockfosters II Old Albanian II v Old Owens Sandridge v Harpenden III

Knebworth Park III Luton Town & Indians II Old Albanian II Leverstock Green II Sandridge Harpenden III Millhillians II Watton-at-Stone St Albans West Indian Northwood II

Hatfield Hyde Luton Town & Indians II Old Owens Northwood II Hertingfordbury Watton-at-Stone Harpenden III Baldock Hatch End Old Albanian II

Harpenden III Northwood II St Albans West Indian Cheshunt Baldock Hatfield Hyde Hatch End Luton Town & Indians II Leverstock Green II Knebworth Park III

04 August 2007 Baldock v Old Albanian II Harpenden III v Holtwhites Trinibis Hatch End v Cheshunt Hatfield Hyde v Cockfosters II Langleybury II v Millhillians II Leverstock Green II v Hertingfordbury Luton Town & Indians II v St Albans West Indian Northwood II v Old Haberdashers Old Owens v Knebworth Park III Watton-at-Stone v Sandridge

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11 August 2007 (1.00pm) Cheshunt v Northwood II Cockfosters II v Baldock Harpenden III v Luton Town & Indians II Holtwhites Trinibis v Hatfield Hyde Millhillians II v Hatch End Old Albanian II v Langleybury II Old Haberdashers v Leverstock Green II Sandridge v Knebworth Park III St Albans West Indian v Old Owens Watton-at-Stone v Hertingfordbury Holtwhites Trinibis St Albans West Indian Old Albanian II Luton Town & Indians II Hertingfordbury Cockfosters II Cheshunt Millhillians II Sandridge Old Haberdashers

08 September 2007 (12.30pm) Cheshunt v Sandridge Cockfosters II v Leverstock Green II Harpenden III v Baldock Hatfield Hyde v Old Owens Hertingfordbury v Old Haberdashers Holtwhites Trinibis v Northwood II Luton Town & Indians II v Hatch End Millhillians II v Knebworth Park III Old Albanian II v Watton-at-Stone St Albans West Indian v Langleybury II


Division Six 05 May 2007 Berkhamsted II Chorleywood II Hemel Hempstead III Hertford III Hitchin II Letchworth III Parkfield & Headstone Southgate Compton St Margaretsbury II Watford Town II

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Preston II Potters Bar III Ware Kings Langley II Northchurch II Totteridge II Boxmoor Radlett IV Abbots Langley II Old Camdenians

23 June 2007 Berkhamsted II Hemel Hempstead III Hitchin II Kings Langley II Northchurch II Old Camdenians Potters Bar III Preston II Totteridge II Ware

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Hertford III Watford Town II Southgate Compton Abbots Langley II St Margaretsbury II Radlett IV Letchworth III Chorleywood II Boxmoor Parkfield & Headstone

11 August 2007 (1.00pm) Berkhamsted II v Boxmoor v Hemel Hempstead III v Hertford III v Kings Langley II v Old Camdenians v Parkfield & Headstone v Preston II v St Margaretsbury II v Totteridge II v

Abbots Langley II Letchworth III Radlett IV Chorleywood II Northchurch II Hitchin II Watford Town II Potters Bar III Southgate Compton Ware

12 May 2007 Abbots Langley II Boxmoor Kings Langley II Northchurch II Old Camdenians Potters Bar III Preston II Radlett IV Totteridge II Ware

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Parkfield & Headstone Chorleywood II Watford Town II Hemel Hempstead III Southgate Compton Hitchin II Letchworth III St Margaretsbury II Hertford III Berkhamsted II

30 June 2007 Abbots Langley II Boxmoor Chorleywood II Hertford III Old Camdenians Parkfield & Headstone Radlett IV Southgate Compton St Margaretsbury II Watford Town II

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Totteridge II Preston II Ware Letchworth III Potters Bar III Northchurch II Kings Langley II Hemel Hempstead III Hitchin II Berkhamsted II

18 August 2007 (1.00pm) Berkhamsted II v Hemel Hempstead III v Hertford III v Hitchin II v Letchworth III v Northchurch II v Potters Bar III v Southgate Compton v Ware v Watford Town II v

Radlett IV Old Camdenians Boxmoor Kings Langley II Abbots Langley II Totteridge II St Margaretsbury II Parkfield & Headstone Preston II Chorleywood II

19 May 2007 Berkhamsted II Chorleywood II Hemel Hempstead III Hertford III Letchworth III Parkfield & Headstone Potters Bar III Southgate Compton St Margaretsbury II Watford Town II

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Northchurch II Abbots Langley II Hitchin II Preston II Ware Radlett IV Boxmoor Kings Langley II Old Camdenians Totteridge II

07 July 2007 Abbots Langley II Hitchin II Kings Langley II Northchurch II Potters Bar III Southgate Compton St Margaretsbury II Totteridge II Ware Watford Town II

v Preston II v Parkfield & Headstone v Old Camdenians v Chorleywood II v Hertford III v Berkhamsted II v Hemel Hempstead III v Radlett IV v Boxmoor v Letchworth III

25 August 2007 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley II v Boxmoor v Kings Langley II v Old Camdenians v Potters Bar III v Preston II v Radlett IV v Southgate Compton v St Margaretsbury II v Totteridge II v

Hertford III Watford Town II Hemel Hempstead III Berkhamsted II Ware Northchurch II Letchworth III Chorleywood II Parkfield & Headstone Hitchin II

26 May 2007 Abbots Langley II Hemel Hempstead III Hitchin II Kings Langley II Northchurch II Old Camdenians Preston II Radlett IV Totteridge II Ware

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Boxmoor Potters Bar III Berkhamsted II St Margaretsbury II Letchworth III Parkfield & Headstone Watford Town II Chorleywood II Southgate Compton Hertford III

14 July 2007 Abbots Langley II Boxmoor Hitchin II Kings Langley II Parkfield & Headstone Radlett IV Southgate Compton St Margaretsbury II Totteridge II Watford Town II

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Ware Northchurch II Chorleywood II Potters Bar III Hemel Hempstead III Preston II Letchworth III Berkhamsted II Old Camdenians Hertford III

01 September 2007 (12.30pm) Berkhamsted II v Kings Langley II Chorleywood II v St Margaretsbury II Hemel Hempstead III v Totteridge II Hertford III v Radlett IV Hitchin II v Preston II Letchworth III v Old Camdenians Northchurch II v Ware Potters Bar III v Parkfield & Headstone Southgate Compton v Boxmoor Watford Town II v Abbots Langley II

02 June 2007 Abbots Langley II Berkhamsted II Boxmoor Chorleywood II Hertford III Letchworth III Parkfield & Headstone Southgate Compton St Margaretsbury II Watford Town II

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Potters Bar III Hemel Hempstead III Radlett IV Old Camdenians Northchurch II Hitchin II Kings Langley II Preston II Totteridge II Ware

21 July 2007 Berkhamsted II Hemel Hempstead III Hertford III Hitchin II Letchworth III Northchurch II Potters Bar III Preston II Radlett IV Totteridge II

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Parkfield & Headstone Chorleywood II Southgate Compton Boxmoor St Margaretsbury II Abbots Langley II Watford Town II Old Camdenians Ware Kings Langley II

08 September 2007 (12.30pm) Abbots Langley II v Southgate Compton Boxmoor v St Margaretsbury II Kings Langley II v Letchworth III Northchurch II v Potters Bar III Old Camdenians v Hertford III Parkfield & Headstone v Chorleywood II Preston II v Hemel Hempstead III Radlett IV v Watford Town II Totteridge II v Berkhamsted II Ware v Hitchin II

09 June 2007 Abbots Langley II Hemel Hempstead III Hitchin II Kings Langley II Northchurch II Old Camdenians Potters Bar III Preston II Totteridge II Ware

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Radlett IV Letchworth III Hertford III Chorleywood II Watford Town II Boxmoor Berkhamsted II St Margaretsbury II Parkfield & Headstone Southgate Compton

28 July 2007 Abbots Langley II Chorleywood II Hemel Hempstead III Kings Langley II Old Camdenians Parkfield & Headstone Radlett IV Southgate Compton St Margaretsbury II Totteridge II

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Hitchin II Berkhamsted II Boxmoor Preston II Ware Letchworth III Northchurch II Watford Town II Hertford III Potters Bar III

16 June 2007 Abbots Langley II Boxmoor Chorleywood II Hertford III Letchworth III Parkfield & Headstone Potters Bar III Southgate Compton St Margaretsbury II Watford Town II

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Old Camdenians Kings Langley II Totteridge II Hemel Hempstead III Berkhamsted II Preston II Radlett IV Northchurch II Ware Hitchin II

04 August 2007 Berkhamsted II Hemel Hempstead III Hertford III Hitchin II Letchworth III Northchurch II Potters Bar III Preston II Ware Watford Town II

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Boxmoor Abbots Langley II Parkfield & Headstone Radlett IV Chorleywood II Old Camdenians Southgate Compton Totteridge II Kings Langley II St Margaretsbury II

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Division Seven 05 May 2007 Broxbourne II Hatfield Crusaders Hoddesdon III Holtwhites Trinibis II Little B. Sahibs London Colney II Northwood Town II Old Cholmeleians Reed II St Albans III

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Hexton Old Finchleians II Southgate Adelaide II Eversholt II Flitwick II Tewin Graveley Welwyn Garden City III Met Police Bushey Redbourn II

23 June 2007 Eversholt II Flitwick II Hexton Hoddesdon III London Colney II Old Finchleians II Redbourn II Southgate Adelaide II St Albans III Tewin

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Graveley Old Cholmeleians Welwyn Garden City III Reed II Holtwhites Trinibis II Broxbourne II Met Police Bushey Northwood Town II Hatfield Crusaders Little B. Sahibs

11 August 2007 (1.00pm) Broxbourne II v Eversholt II v Graveley v Hatfield Crusaders v Hexton v Little B. Sahibs v Northwood Town II v Redbourn II v Tewin v Welwyn Garden City III v

St Albans III Southgate Adelaide II London Colney II Met Police Bushey Old Cholmeleians Holtwhites Trinibis II Reed II Hoddesdon III Flitwick II Old Finchleians II

12 May 2007 Eversholt II Flitwick II Graveley Hexton Met Police Bushey Old Finchleians II Redbourn II Southgate Adelaide II Tewin Welwyn Garden City III

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St Albans III Hoddesdon III Broxbourne II Little B. Sahibs Northwood Town II London Colney II Reed II Hatfield Crusaders Old Cholmeleians Holtwhites Trinibis II

30 June 2007 Broxbourne II Graveley Hexton Holtwhites Trinibis II Little B. Sahibs Met Police Bushey Northwood Town II Redbourn II Reed II St Albans III

v Southgate Adelaide II v Welwyn Garden City III v Tewin v Old Cholmeleians v Old Finchleians II v Eversholt II v Hoddesdon III v Flitwick II v Hatfield Crusaders v London Colney II

18 August 2007 (1.00pm) Flitwick II v Hatfield Crusaders v Hoddesdon III v Holtwhites Trinibis II v London Colney II v Old Cholmeleians v Old Finchleians II v Reed II v Southgate Adelaide II v St Albans III v

Northwood Town II Redbourn II Eversholt II Hexton Met Police Bushey Graveley Tewin Broxbourne II Welwyn Garden City III Little B. Sahibs

19 May 2007 Broxbourne II Hatfield Crusaders Hexton Holtwhites Trinibis II Little B. Sahibs London Colney II Northwood Town II Old Cholmeleians Reed II St Albans III

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Met Police Bushey Hoddesdon III Flitwick II Tewin Graveley Southgate Adelaide II Redbourn II Old Finchleians II Eversholt II Welwyn Garden City III

07 July 2007 Eversholt II Flitwick II Hatfield Crusaders Hexton Hoddesdon III Little B. Sahibs London Colney II Old Cholmeleians Tewin Welwyn Garden City III

v Redbourn II v Holtwhites Trinibis II v Northwood Town II v Old Finchleians II v Broxbourne II v Southgate Adelaide II v Reed II v St Albans III v Graveley v Met Police Bushey

25 August 2007 (1.00pm) Broxbourne II v Eversholt II v Graveley v Hexton v Little B. Sahibs v Met Police Bushey v Old Finchleians II v Redbourn II v Southgate Adelaide II v Welwyn Garden City III v

Northwood Town II Hatfield Crusaders Holtwhites Trinibis II St Albans III Reed II Old Cholmeleians Flitwick II London Colney II Tewin Hoddesdon III

26 May 2007 Flitwick II Graveley Hoddesdon III Met Police Bushey Northwood Town II Old Cholmeleians Old Finchleians II Redbourn II Tewin Welwyn Garden City III

v Hatfield Crusaders v Hexton v London Colney II v Little B. Sahibs v Eversholt II v Southgate Adelaide II v Holtwhites Trinibis II v Broxbourne II v St Albans III v Reed II

14 July 2007 Flitwick II Hatfield Crusaders Hoddesdon III London Colney II Met Police Bushey Old Finchleians II Redbourn II Reed II Southgate Adelaide II St Albans III

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Eversholt II Broxbourne II Little B. Sahibs Northwood Town II Tewin Graveley Welwyn Garden City III Old Cholmeleians Hexton Holtwhites Trinibis II

01 September 2007 (12.30pm) Broxbourne II v Flitwick II Hatfield Crusaders v Welwyn Garden City III Hoddesdon III v Tewin Holtwhites Trinibis II v Met Police Bushey Little B. Sahibs v Northwood Town II London Colney II v Eversholt II Old Cholmeleians v Redbourn II Old Finchleians II v Southgate Adelaide II Reed II v Hexton St Albans III v Graveley

02 June 2007 Broxbourne II Graveley Hexton Holtwhites Trinibis II Little B. Sahibs London Colney II Northwood Town II Old Cholmeleians Reed II St Albans III

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Eversholt II Flitwick II Met Police Bushey Southgate Adelaide II Redbourn II Hatfield Crusaders Welwyn Garden City III Hoddesdon III Tewin Old Finchleians II

21 July 2007 Flitwick II Hatfield Crusaders Hoddesdon III Holtwhites Trinibis II London Colney II Old Cholmeleians Old Finchleians II Southgate Adelaide II Tewin Welwyn Garden City III

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St Albans III Little B. Sahibs Hexton Reed II Broxbourne II Northwood Town II Met Police Bushey Graveley Redbourn II Eversholt II

08 September 2007 (12.30pm) Eversholt II v Old Cholmeleians Graveley v Reed II Hexton v Northwood Town II Little B. Sahibs v Broxbourne II Met Police Bushey v St Albans III Old Finchleians II v Hoddesdon III Redbourn II v Holtwhites Trinibis II Southgate Adelaide II v Flitwick II Tewin v Hatfield Crusaders Welwyn Garden City III v London Colney II

09 June 2007 Eversholt II Flitwick II Hatfield Crusaders Hoddesdon III Met Police Bushey Old Finchleians II Redbourn II Southgate Adelaide II Tewin Welwyn Garden City III

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Little B. Sahibs London Colney II Old Cholmeleians Holtwhites Trinibis II Graveley Reed II Hexton St Albans III Northwood Town II Broxbourne II

28 July 2007 Broxbourne II Eversholt II Graveley Hexton Little B. Sahibs Met Police Bushey Northwood Town II Redbourn II Reed II Welwyn Garden City III

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Old Cholmeleians Tewin Hoddesdon III Hatfield Crusaders London Colney II Southgate Adelaide II Holtwhites Trinibis II Old Finchleians II St Albans III Flitwick II

16 June 2007 Broxbourne II Hexton Hoddesdon III Holtwhites Trinibis II Little B. Sahibs Met Police Bushey Northwood Town II Old Cholmeleians Redbourn II Reed II

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Tewin Eversholt II St Albans III Hatfield Crusaders Welwyn Garden City III Flitwick II Old Finchleians II London Colney II Graveley Southgate Adelaide II

04 August 2007 Flitwick II Hatfield Crusaders Hoddesdon III Holtwhites Trinibis II London Colney II Old Cholmeleians Old Finchleians II Southgate Adelaide II St Albans III Tewin

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Reed II Graveley Met Police Bushey Broxbourne II Hexton Little B. Sahibs Eversholt II Redbourn II Northwood Town II Welwyn Garden City III

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Division Eight 05 May 2007 Clarendon II Elstree Flamstead Harpenden IV Hemel Hempstead IV North Enfield II Old Owens II Shenley Village II Waltham X Rosedale II Wormley II

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Wheathampstead II County Hall II Hatfield II Dunstable III Botany Bay II Monken Hadley Chipperfield II Knebworth Park IV Rickmansworth II Weston

23 June 2007 Clarendon II County Hall II Elstree Harpenden IV Knebworth Park IV North Enfield II Rickmansworth II Weston Wheathampstead II Wormley II

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Chipperfield II Flamstead Waltham X Rosedale II Monken Hadley Old Owens II Hemel Hempstead IV Botany Bay II Dunstable III Hatfield II Shenley Village II

11 August 2007 (1.00pm) Botany Bay II v Dunstable III v Flamstead v Hatfield II v Hemel Hempstead IV v Knebworth Park IV v Monken Hadley v Old Owens II v Rickmansworth II v Wheathampstead II v

Elstree Shenley Village II Waltham X Rosedale II Clarendon II Harpenden IV Chipperfield II Weston Wormley II North Enfield II County Hall II

12 May 2007 Botany Bay II Chipperfield II County Hall II Dunstable III Hatfield II Knebworth Park IV Monken Hadley Rickmansworth II Weston Wheathampstead II

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Harpenden IV North Enfield II Shenley Village II Flamstead Old Owens II Clarendon II Elstree Hemel Hempstead IV Waltham X Rosedale II Wormley II

30 June 2007 Botany Bay II Dunstable III Flamstead Harpenden IV Hatfield II Hemel Hempstead IV Old Owens II Rickmansworth II Waltham X Rosedale II Wormley II

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Weston Wheathampstead II Monken Hadley North Enfield II Knebworth Park IV Elstree County Hall II Chipperfield II Shenley Village II Clarendon II

18 August 2007 (1.00pm) Chipperfield II v Clarendon II v County Hall II v Elstree v Hemel Hempstead IV v Monken Hadley v North Enfield II v Shenley Village II v Waltham X Rosedale II v Wormley II v

Harpenden IV Dunstable III Knebworth Park IV Rickmansworth II Flamstead Wheathampstead II Weston Botany Bay II Old Owens II Hatfield II

19 May 2007 Clarendon II Dunstable III Flamstead Harpenden IV Hatfield II Hemel Hempstead IV North Enfield II Shenley Village II Waltham X Rosedale II Wormley II

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County Hall II Old Owens II Botany Bay II Rickmansworth II Chipperfield II Weston Elstree Monken Hadley Wheathampstead II Knebworth Park IV

07 July 2007 Chipperfield II Clarendon II Elstree Flamstead Hatfield II Knebworth Park IV Monken Hadley Shenley Village II Weston Wheathampstead II

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Wormley II Waltham X Rosedale II Harpenden IV North Enfield II County Hall II Dunstable III Old Owens II Hemel Hempstead IV Rickmansworth II Botany Bay II

25 August 2007 (1.00pm) Botany Bay II v Clarendon II County Hall II v Chipperfield II Dunstable III v Wormley II Flamstead v Harpenden IV Hatfield II v Waltham X Rosedale II Monken Hadley v Knebworth Park IV Old Owens II v Hemel Hempstead IV Rickmansworth II v Shenley Village II Weston v Elstree Wheathampstead II v North Enfield II

26 May 2007 Botany Bay II Chipperfield II Clarendon II County Hall II Dunstable III Knebworth Park IV North Enfield II Rickmansworth II Weston Wheathampstead II

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Old Owens II Elstree Monken Hadley Wormley II Hatfield II Waltham X Rosedale II Shenley Village II Flamstead Harpenden IV Hemel Hempstead IV

14 July 2007 Botany Bay II Dunstable III Flamstead Hemel Hempstead IV Monken Hadley Old Owens II Rickmansworth II Shenley Village II Waltham X Rosedale II Weston

v Knebworth Park IV v County Hall II v Elstree v Clarendon II v Hatfield II v North Enfield II v Wheathampstead II v Harpenden IV v Wormley II v Chipperfield II

01 September 2007 (12.30pm) Clarendon II v Rickmansworth II County Hall II v Monken Hadley Elstree v Wheathampstead II Flamstead v Chipperfield II Harpenden IV v Old Owens II Hemel Hempstead IV v Hatfield II North Enfield II v Knebworth Park IV Shenley Village II v Weston Waltham X Rosedale II v Dunstable III Wormley II v Botany Bay II

02 June 2007 Clarendon II Dunstable III Flamstead Harpenden IV Hatfield II Hemel Hempstead IV Old Owens II Shenley Village II Waltham X Rosedale II Wormley II

v North Enfield II v Chipperfield II v Weston v Wheathampstead II v Botany Bay II v Knebworth Park IV v Rickmansworth II v Elstree v County Hall II v Monken Hadley

21 July 2007 Chipperfield II Clarendon II County Hall II Knebworth Park IV Monken Hadley North Enfield II Old Owens II Shenley Village II Wheathampstead II Wormley II

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Waltham X Rosedale II Harpenden IV Botany Bay II Rickmansworth II Dunstable III Hatfield II Elstree Flamstead Weston Hemel Hempstead IV

08 September 2007 (12.30pm) Botany Bay II v Waltham X Rosedale II County Hall II v North Enfield II Hatfield II v Harpenden IV Hemel Hempstead IV v Dunstable III Knebworth Park IV v Elstree Monken Hadley v Chipperfield II Old Owens II v Flamstead Rickmansworth II v Wormley II Weston v Clarendon II Wheathampstead II v Shenley Village II

09 June 2007 Botany Bay II Chipperfield II County Hall II Elstree Knebworth Park IV Monken Hadley North Enfield II Old Owens II Rickmansworth II Wheathampstead II

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Dunstable III Shenley Village II Hemel Hempstead IV Clarendon II Harpenden IV Waltham X Rosedale II Wormley II Weston Hatfield II Flamstead

28 July 2007 Botany Bay II Dunstable III Elstree Flamstead Harpenden IV Hemel Hempstead IV Old Owens II Rickmansworth II Weston Wheathampstead II

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Monken Hadley North Enfield II Hatfield II Clarendon II Wormley II Waltham X Rosedale II Shenley Village II County Hall II Knebworth Park IV Chipperfield II

Chipperfield II Shenley Village II Rickmansworth II Knebworth Park IV County Hall II Weston Hemel Hempstead IV Wheathampstead II North Enfield II Elstree

04 August 2007 Chipperfield II v Clarendon II v County Hall II v Elstree v Knebworth Park IV v Monken Hadley v North Enfield II v Shenley Village II v Waltham X Rosedale II v Wormley II v

16 June 2007 Botany Bay II v Clarendon II v Dunstable III v Flamstead v Harpenden IV v Hatfield II v Monken Hadley v Old Owens II v Waltham X Rosedale II v Wormley II v

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Division Nine 05 May 2007 Allenburys Bragbury Bushey II Cheshunt II Datchworth II Greenwood Park North Mymms III Old Camdenians II Sawbridgeworth III Stevenage III

Sandridge II Cockfosters III Old Haberdashers II Parkfield & Headstone II Old Cholmeleians II Hatch End II Langleybury III Bayford & Hertford II Bentley Heath Baldock II

23 June 2007 Allenburys v Bayford & Hertford II v Cockfosters III v Greenwood Park v Langleybury III v North Mymms III v Old Camdenians II v Old Cholmeleians II v Parkfield & Headstone II v Sandridge II v

Datchworth II Baldock II Bentley Heath Cheshunt II Bushey II Bragbury Old Haberdashers II Hatch End II Sawbridgeworth III Stevenage III

11 August 2007 (1.00pm) Baldock II v Bayford & Hertford II v Bentley Heath v Bragbury v Cockfosters III v Hatch End II v Langleybury III v Old Cholmeleians II v Sawbridgeworth III v Stevenage III v

Old Camdenians II Sandridge II North Mymms III Bushey II Parkfield & Headstone II Allenburys Old Haberdashers II Cheshunt II Greenwood Park Datchworth II

12 May 2007 Baldock II v Bayford & Hertford II v Bentley Heath v Cheshunt II v Cockfosters III v Hatch End II v Langleybury III v Old Cholmeleians II v Parkfield & Headstone II v Sandridge II v

Bushey II Bragbury Stevenage III Old Haberdashers II Datchworth II Sawbridgeworth III Old Camdenians II Greenwood Park Allenburys North Mymms III

30 June 2007 Baldock II Bentley Heath Bragbury Bushey II Cockfosters III Datchworth II Greenwood Park Old Cholmeleians II Sawbridgeworth III Stevenage III

Langleybury III Bayford & Hertford II Old Camdenians II Sandridge II Hatch End II North Mymms III Allenburys Old Haberdashers II Cheshunt II Parkfield & Headstone II

18 August 2007 (1.00pm) Allenburys v Bragbury v Cheshunt II v Datchworth II v Greenwood Park v North Mymms III v Old Camdenians II v Old Haberdashers II v Parkfield & Headstone II v Sandridge II v

Old Cholmeleians II Baldock II Cockfosters III Bushey II Stevenage III Hatch End II Bentley Heath Sawbridgeworth III Bayford & Hertford II Langleybury III

19 May 2007 Baldock II Bentley Heath Bragbury Cheshunt II Datchworth II Greenwood Park North Mymms III Old Camdenians II Sawbridgeworth III Stevenage III

Old Haberdashers II Bushey II Langleybury III Allenburys Bayford & Hertford II Cockfosters III Parkfield & Headstone II Sandridge II Old Cholmeleians II Hatch End II

07 July 2007 Allenburys v Bayford & Hertford II v Cheshunt II v Cockfosters III v Langleybury III v North Mymms III v Old Camdenians II v Old Haberdashers II v Parkfield & Headstone II v Sandridge II v

Sawbridgeworth III Hatch End II Stevenage III Old Cholmeleians II Bentley Heath Greenwood Park Datchworth II Bragbury Bushey II Baldock II

25 August 2007 (1.00pm) Baldock II v Bayford & Hertford II v Bentley Heath v Bushey II v Cockfosters III v Hatch End II v Old Cholmeleians II v Old Haberdashers II v Parkfield & Headstone II v Stevenage III v

Datchworth II Cheshunt II Bragbury Greenwood Park Allenburys Old Camdenians II North Mymms III Sandridge II Langleybury III Sawbridgeworth III

26 May 2007 Bayford & Hertford II v Greenwood Park Bentley Heath v Baldock II Cockfosters III v Sawbridgeworth III Hatch End II v Bushey II Langleybury III v Datchworth II North Mymms III v Cheshunt II Old Haberdashers II v Allenburys Parkfield & Headstone II v Old Camdenians II Sandridge II v Bragbury Stevenage III v Old Cholmeleians II

14 July 2007 Baldock II Bentley Heath Bushey II Cockfosters III Datchworth II Hatch End II North Mymms III Old Camdenians II Old Cholmeleians II Stevenage III

Parkfield & Headstone II Sandridge II Cheshunt II Old Haberdashers II Bragbury Langleybury III Sawbridgeworth III Greenwood Park Bayford & Hertford II Allenburys

01 September 2007 (12.30pm) Allenburys v Bayford & Hertford II Bragbury v Hatch End II Cheshunt II v Langleybury III Datchworth II v Bentley Heath Greenwood Park v Baldock II North Mymms III v Cockfosters III Old Camdenians II v Old Cholmeleians II Old Haberdashers II v Stevenage III Parkfield & Headstone II v Sandridge II Sawbridgeworth III v Bushey II

02 June 2007 Allenburys Baldock II Bentley Heath Bragbury Bushey II Datchworth II Greenwood Park Old Camdenians II Sawbridgeworth III Stevenage III

North Mymms III Hatch End II Old Haberdashers II Parkfield & Headstone II Old Cholmeleians II Sandridge II Langleybury III Cheshunt II Bayford & Hertford II Cockfosters III

21 July 2007 Allenburys v Bayford & Hertford II v Bragbury v Cheshunt II v Datchworth II v Langleybury III v North Mymms III v Old Camdenians II v Parkfield & Headstone II v Sandridge II v

Bushey II Cockfosters III Greenwood Park Baldock II Old Haberdashers II Old Cholmeleians II Stevenage III Sawbridgeworth III Bentley Heath Hatch End II

08 September 2007 (12.30pm) Baldock II v Sawbridgeworth III Bayford & Hertford II v North Mymms III Bentley Heath v Greenwood Park Bushey II v Stevenage III Cockfosters III v Old Camdenians II Hatch End II v Datchworth II Langleybury III v Allenburys Old Cholmeleians II v Bragbury Old Haberdashers II v Parkfield & Headstone II Sandridge II v Cheshunt II

Old Camdenians II Stevenage III Hatch End II Cheshunt II Cockfosters III Sawbridgeworth III Baldock II North Mymms III Datchworth II Greenwood Park

28 July 2007 Baldock II Bayford & Hertford II Bushey II Cheshunt II Cockfosters III Greenwood Park Hatch End II Old Cholmeleians II Sawbridgeworth III Stevenage III

Allenburys Old Haberdashers II North Mymms III Bentley Heath Langleybury III Datchworth II Parkfield & Headstone II Sandridge II Bragbury Old Camdenians II

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09 June 2007 Allenburys v Bayford & Hertford II v Bentley Heath v Bragbury v Bushey II v Langleybury III v Old Cholmeleians II v Old Haberdashers II v Parkfield & Headstone II v Sandridge II v 16 June 2007 Bentley Heath Bragbury Bushey II Cockfosters III Datchworth II Greenwood Park Old Camdenians II Old Haberdashers II Sawbridgeworth III Stevenage III

v Old Cholmeleians II v Allenburys v Bayford & Hertford II v Baldock II v Cheshunt II v Parkfield & Headstone II v North Mymms III v Hatch End II v Sandridge II v Langleybury III

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04 August 2007 Allenburys v Bragbury v Cheshunt II v Datchworth II v Langleybury III v North Mymms III v Old Camdenians II v Old Haberdashers II v Parkfield & Headstone II v Sandridge II v

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Bentley Heath Stevenage III Hatch End II Sawbridgeworth III Bayford & Hertford II Baldock II Bushey II Greenwood Park Old Cholmeleians II Cockfosters III


Division Ten 05 May 2007 Boxmoor II Potters Bar IV Old Elizabethans II Potton Town II Offley & Stopsley Abbots Langley III Knebworth Park V Ickleford II Dunstable IV Northwood III

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Clifton II Chorleywood III Harpenden Dolphins Elstree II Luton Town & Indians III Letchworth IV Shenley Village III St Albans IV West Herts III Kings Langley III

23 June 2007 Letchworth IV Northwood III Dunstable IV Boxmoor II Chorleywood III Shenley Village III St Albans IV Kings Langley III Clifton II West Herts III

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Luton Town & Indians III Knebworth Park V Abbots Langley III Offley & Stopsley Ickleford II Elstree II Harpenden Dolphins Potters Bar IV Potton Town II Old Elizabethans II

11 August 2007 (1.00pm) Kings Langley III v Potters Bar IV v Harpenden Dolphins v Elstree II v Luton Town & Indians III v Letchworth IV v Shenley Village III v St Albans IV v Old Elizabethans II v Potton Town II v

Chorleywood III Knebworth Park V Ickleford II Northwood III Dunstable IV Boxmoor II Clifton II West Herts III Abbots Langley III Offley & Stopsley

12 May 2007 Kings Langley III v Ickleford II Harpenden Dolphins v Potters Bar IV Elstree II v Old Elizabethans II Luton Town & Indians III v Potton Town II Letchworth IV v Offley & Stopsley St Albans IV v Knebworth Park V West Herts III v Northwood III Clifton II v Dunstable IV Chorleywood III v Boxmoor II Shenley Village III v Abbots Langley III

30 June 2007 Potton Town II v Boxmoor II Knebworth Park V v Ickleford II Offley & Stopsley v Dunstable IV Old Elizabethans II v Clifton II Letchworth IV v Chorleywood III Luton Town & Indians III v Shenley Village III Elstree II v St Albans IV Harpenden Dolphins v Kings Langley III Potters Bar IV v West Herts III Northwood III v Abbots Langley III

18 August 2007 (1.00pm) Knebworth Park V v Ickleford II v Northwood III v Dunstable IV v Boxmoor II v Clifton II v West Herts III v Offley & Stopsley v Chorleywood III v Abbots Langley III v

Harpenden Dolphins Elstree II Luton Town & Indians III Letchworth IV Shenley Village III St Albans IV Kings Langley III Old Elizabethans II Potton Town II Potters Bar IV

19 May 2007 Ickleford II v Abbots Langley III v Potton Town II v Northwood III v Knebworth Park V v Offley & Stopsley v Elstree II v Harpenden Dolphins v Luton Town & Indians III v Boxmoor II v

West Herts III St Albans IV Letchworth IV Clifton II Kings Langley III Shenley Village III Potters Bar IV Chorleywood III Old Elizabethans II Dunstable IV

07 July 2007 Offley & Stopsley Clifton II West Herts III Kings Langley III St Albans IV Shenley Village III Boxmoor II Potton Town II Ickleford II Chorleywood III

25 August 2007 (1.00pm) Shenley Village III v Offley & Stopsley v Harpenden Dolphins v Elstree II v Northwood III v St Albans IV v Kings Langley III v West Herts III v Old Elizabethans II v Luton Town & Indians III v

Dunstable IV Potters Bar IV Abbots Langley III Knebworth Park V Letchworth IV Boxmoor II Clifton II Chorleywood III Potton Town II Ickleford II

26 May 2007 West Herts III Chorleywood III Ickleford II Letchworth IV Kings Langley III St Albans IV Shenley Village III Elstree II Potters Bar IV Boxmoor II

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Knebworth Park V Dunstable IV Clifton II Old Elizabethans II Abbots Langley III Offley & Stopsley Potton Town II Harpenden Dolphins Luton Town & Indians III Northwood III

14 July 2007 Old Elizabethans II v Dunstable IV Potters Bar IV v Boxmoor II Abbots Langley III v Knebworth Park V Northwood III v Potton Town II Chorleywood III v Shenley Village III Letchworth IV v St Albans IV Luton Town & Indians III v Kings Langley III Elstree II v West Herts III Clifton II v Harpenden Dolphins Offley & Stopsley v Ickleford II

01 September 2007 (12.30pm) Abbots Langley III v Elstree II Potton Town II v Potters Bar IV Offley & Stopsley v Harpenden Dolphins Knebworth Park V v Luton Town & Indians III Northwood III v Shenley Village III Dunstable IV v St Albans IV Boxmoor II v Kings Langley III Clifton II v West Herts III Chorleywood III v Old Elizabethans II Ickleford II v Letchworth IV

02 June 2007 Northwood III Potters Bar IV Harpenden Dolphins Elstree II Old Elizabethans II Potton Town II Offley & Stopsley Abbots Langley III Knebworth Park V Ickleford II

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Dunstable IV Letchworth IV Luton Town & Indians III Chorleywood III Shenley Village III St Albans IV Kings Langley III West Herts III Clifton II Boxmoor II

21 July 2007 Dunstable IV Northwood III Chorleywood III Offley & Stopsley Ickleford II St Albans IV Kings Langley III West Herts III Boxmoor II Elstree II

08 September 2007 (12.30pm) Dunstable IV v Kings Langley III West Herts III v Boxmoor II St Albans IV v Northwood III Shenley Village III v Ickleford II Letchworth IV v Knebworth Park V Luton Town & Indians III v Abbots Langley III Elstree II v Offley & Stopsley Harpenden Dolphins v Potton Town II Potters Bar IV v Old Elizabethans II Clifton II v Chorleywood III

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Northwood III Potters Bar IV Harpenden Dolphins Elstree II Luton Town & Indians III Letchworth IV Old Elizabethans II Dunstable IV Abbots Langley III Knebworth Park V

Potters Bar IV Old Elizabethans II Abbots Langley III Knebworth Park V Potton Town II Shenley Village III Letchworth IV Luton Town & Indians III Harpenden Dolphins Clifton II

09 June 2007 Clifton II v Abbots Langley III Shenley Village III v Potters Bar IV Chorleywood III v Northwood III Boxmoor II v Knebworth Park V West Herts III v Offley & Stopsley Kings Langley III v Potton Town II St Albans IV v Old Elizabethans II Luton Town & Indians III v Elstree II Letchworth IV v Harpenden Dolphins Dunstable IV v Ickleford II

28 July 2007 Shenley Village III v Potters Bar IV v Harpenden Dolphins v Boxmoor II v St Albans IV v Old Elizabethans II v Potton Town II v Offley & Stopsley v Luton Town & Indians III v Letchworth IV v

Kings Langley III Northwood III Dunstable IV Elstree II Chorleywood III Ickleford II Knebworth Park V Abbots Langley III Clifton II West Herts III

16 June 2007 Harpenden Dolphins v Clifton II v Ickleford II v Knebworth Park V v Abbots Langley III v Potton Town II v Kings Langley III v Elstree II v St Albans IV v Luton Town & Indians III v

04 August 2007 West Herts III Chorleywood III Abbots Langley III Kings Langley III Clifton II Boxmoor II Dunstable IV Northwood III Ickleford II Knebworth Park V

Shenley Village III Offley & Stopsley Potton Town II St Albans IV Letchworth IV Luton Town & Indians III Elstree II Harpenden Dolphins Potters Bar IV Old Elizabethans II

Shenley Village III Offley & Stopsley Northwood III Dunstable IV Boxmoor II West Herts III Old Elizabethans II Letchworth IV Potters Bar IV Chorleywood III

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Division Eleven 05 May 2007 Radlett V Frogmore Waltham X Rosedale III Met Police Bushey II Southgate Adelaide III Old Camdenians III Hemel Hempstead V Hatfield Hyde II Old Albanian III Welwyn Garden City IV

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Northampton Exiles II Hertingfordbury II Sawbridgeworth IV Southgate Compton II Leverstock Green III Hertford IV Rickmansworth III Broxbourne III Pirton St Margaretsbury III

23 June 2007 Frogmore Pirton Southgate Compton II Welwyn Garden City IV St Margaretsbury III Sawbridgeworth IV Leverstock Green III Hertford IV Radlett V Met Police Bushey II

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Hemel Hempstead V Southgate Adelaide III Old Albanian III Waltham X Rosedale III Rickmansworth III Hatfield Hyde II Broxbourne III Northampton Exiles II Hertingfordbury II Old Camdenians III

11 August 2007 (1.00pm) Radlett V v Broxbourne III v Northampton Exiles II v Rickmansworth III v St Margaretsbury III v Hertingfordbury II v Leverstock Green III v Southgate Compton II v Old Albanian III v Hatfield Hyde II v

Hemel Hempstead V Southgate Adelaide III Met Police Bushey II Waltham X Rosedale III Frogmore Hertford IV Sawbridgeworth IV Pirton Old Camdenians III Welwyn Garden City IV

12 May 2007 Sawbridgeworth IV Broxbourne III Northampton Exiles II Rickmansworth III St Margaretsbury III Hertford IV Southgate Compton II Waltham X Rosedale III Pirton Leverstock Green III

v Met Police Bushey II v Old Albanian III v Hatfield Hyde II v Radlett V v Hemel Hempstead V v Welwyn Garden City IV v Southgate Adelaide III v Hertingfordbury II v Frogmore v Old Camdenians III

30 June 2007 Broxbourne III Welwyn Garden City IV Hemel Hempstead V Radlett V Hatfield Hyde II St Margaretsbury III Leverstock Green III Old Albanian III Old Camdenians III Rickmansworth III

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Southgate Compton II Met Police Bushey II Waltham X Rosedale III Frogmore Hertingfordbury II Pirton Northampton Exiles II Sawbridgeworth IV Southgate Adelaide III Hertford IV

18 August 2007 (1.00pm) Old Camdenians III v Southgate Adelaide III v Waltham X Rosedale III v Frogmore v Hertingfordbury II v Sawbridgeworth IV v Hemel Hempstead V v Pirton v Welwyn Garden City IV v Met Police Bushey II v

Broxbourne III Northampton Exiles II St Margaretsbury III Hertford IV Leverstock Green III Southgate Compton II Hatfield Hyde II Radlett V Old Albanian III Rickmansworth III

19 May 2007 Met Police Bushey II Old Camdenians III Southgate Adelaide III Frogmore Hemel Hempstead V Old Albanian III Broxbourne III Radlett V Hatfield Hyde II Welwyn Garden City IV

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Hertingfordbury II Southgate Compton II Sawbridgeworth IV Waltham X Rosedale III Hertford IV Northampton Exiles II Pirton St Margaretsbury III Rickmansworth III Leverstock Green III

07 July 2007 Waltham X Rosedale III Frogmore St Margaretsbury III Leverstock Green III Northampton Exiles II Pirton Sawbridgeworth IV Hertingfordbury II Southgate Adelaide III Met Police Bushey II

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Radlett V Hatfield Hyde II Hertford IV Rickmansworth III Southgate Compton II Old Camdenians III Broxbourne III Old Albanian III Welwyn Garden City IV Hemel Hempstead V

25 August 2007 (1.00pm) Broxbourne III v Hatfield Hyde II v Sawbridgeworth IV v Hertingfordbury II v Leverstock Green III v Hertford IV v St Margaretsbury III v Northampton Exiles II v Old Albanian III v Rickmansworth III v

Welwyn Garden City IV Radlett V Pirton Southgate Compton II Frogmore Waltham X Rosedale III Met Police Bushey II Old Camdenians III Hemel Hempstead V Southgate Adelaide III

26 May 2007 Sawbridgeworth IV Pirton Rickmansworth III Hertingfordbury II Southgate Compton II Leverstock Green III Hertford IV St Margaretsbury III Northampton Exiles II Frogmore

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Old Camdenians III Waltham X Rosedale III Old Albanian III Southgate Adelaide III Welwyn Garden City IV Hemel Hempstead V Radlett V Hatfield Hyde II Broxbourne III Met Police Bushey II

14 July 2007 Sawbridgeworth IV Hertingfordbury II Rickmansworth III St Margaretsbury III Radlett V Hatfield Hyde II Welwyn Garden City IV Hertford IV Hemel Hempstead V Old Albanian III

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Northampton Exiles II Broxbourne III Southgate Compton II Leverstock Green III Met Police Bushey II Waltham X Rosedale III Old Camdenians III Pirton Southgate Adelaide III Frogmore

01 September 2007 (12.30pm) Waltham X Rosedale III v Leverstock Green III Pirton v Hatfield Hyde II Frogmore v Southgate Compton II Met Police Bushey II v Hertford IV Southgate Adelaide III v St Margaretsbury III Old Camdenians III v Rickmansworth III Welwyn Garden City IV v Northampton Exiles II Hemel Hempstead V v Broxbourne III Radlett V v Old Albanian III Hertingfordbury II v Sawbridgeworth IV

02 June 2007 Southgate Adelaide III Old Albanian III Broxbourne III Northampton Exiles II Hatfield Hyde II Radlett V Hemel Hempstead V Welwyn Garden City IV Met Police Bushey II Old Camdenians III

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Frogmore St Margaretsbury III Rickmansworth III Pirton Hertford IV Leverstock Green III Southgate Compton II Sawbridgeworth IV Waltham X Rosedale III Hertingfordbury II

21 July 2007 Met Police Bushey II Leverstock Green III Southgate Compton II Sawbridgeworth IV Hertingfordbury II Frogmore Waltham X Rosedale III Old Camdenians III Pirton Southgate Adelaide III

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Hatfield Hyde II Hertford IV St Margaretsbury III Rickmansworth III Northampton Exiles II Broxbourne III Old Albanian III Hemel Hempstead V Welwyn Garden City IV Radlett V

08 September 2007 (12.30pm) Northampton Exiles II v Hemel Hempstead V Southgate Compton II v Waltham X Rosedale III Broxbourne III v Radlett V Rickmansworth III v Welwyn Garden City IV St Margaretsbury III v Old Camdenians III Hertford IV v Southgate Adelaide III Leverstock Green III v Met Police Bushey II Pirton v Hertingfordbury II Sawbridgeworth IV v Frogmore Old Albanian III v Hatfield Hyde II

09 June 2007 Hertingfordbury II Pirton Frogmore Sawbridgeworth IV Southgate Compton II Leverstock Green III Rickmansworth III St Margaretsbury III Hertford IV Waltham X Rosedale III

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Welwyn Garden City IV Met Police Bushey II Old Camdenians III Hemel Hempstead V Radlett V Hatfield Hyde II Northampton Exiles II Broxbourne III Old Albanian III Southgate Adelaide III

28 July 2007 Broxbourne III Old Albanian III St Margaretsbury III Northampton Exiles II Hemel Hempstead V Radlett V Hatfield Hyde II Hertford IV Rickmansworth III Leverstock Green III

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Waltham X Rosedale III Met Police Bushey II Sawbridgeworth IV Frogmore Welwyn Garden City IV Old Camdenians III Southgate Adelaide III Southgate Compton II Hertingfordbury II Pirton

16 June 2007 Old Camdenians III Radlett V Southgate Adelaide III Welwyn Garden City IV Hemel Hempstead V Rickmansworth III Northampton Exiles II Broxbourne III Old Albanian III Hatfield Hyde II

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Waltham X Rosedale III Sawbridgeworth IV Met Police Bushey II Frogmore Hertingfordbury II Pirton St Margaretsbury III Hertford IV Leverstock Green III Southgate Compton II

04 August 2007 Pirton Welwyn Garden City IV Old Camdenians III Southgate Compton II Sawbridgeworth IV Hertingfordbury II Frogmore Southgate Adelaide III Waltham X Rosedale III Met Police Bushey II

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Hemel Hempstead V Radlett V Hatfield Hyde II Leverstock Green III Hertford IV St Margaretsbury III Rickmansworth III Old Albanian III Northampton Exiles II Broxbourne III

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Division Twelve 12 May 2007 Codicote Flamstead II Knebworth Park VI Met Police Bushey III North Mymms IV Old Owens III Reed III Stevenage IV Watton-at-Stone II

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Hatfield Crusaders II Botany Bay III Cockfosters IV Ware II Tewin II Monken Hadley II Letchworth V Great Gaddesden Datchworth III

23 June 2007 Datchworth III Flamstead II Hatfield Crusaders II Knebworth Park VI Letchworth V Monken Hadley II Reed III Stevenage IV Watton-at-Stone II

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Great Gaddesden Ware II Cockfosters IV Met Police Bushey III Botany Bay III Codicote North Mymms IV Tewin II Old Owens III

04 August 2007 Botany Bay III Cockfosters IV Codicote Datchworth III Flamstead II Great Gaddesden Hatfield Crusaders II Letchworth V Stevenage IV

19 May 2007 Botany Bay III Cockfosters IV Datchworth III Great Gaddesden Hatfield Crusaders II Letchworth V Monken Hadley II Tewin II Ware II

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Stevenage IV Watton-at-Stone II Codicote Old Owens III Flamstead II Knebworth Park VI Met Police Bushey III Reed III North Mymms IV

30 June 2007 Datchworth III Great Gaddesden Letchworth V Monken Hadley II North Mymms IV Old Owens III Tewin II Ware II Watton-at-Stone II

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Cockfosters IV Reed III Hatfield Crusaders II Flamstead II Knebworth Park VI Codicote Botany Bay III Stevenage IV Met Police Bushey III

11 August 2007 (1.00pm) Great Gaddesden v Knebworth Park VI v Letchworth V v Met Police Bushey III v North Mymms IV v Old Owens III v Reed III v Ware II v Watton-at-Stone II v

Codicote Stevenage IV Monken Hadley II Datchworth III Hatfield Crusaders II Cockfosters IV Botany Bay III Tewin II Flamstead II

26 May 2007 Codicote Flamstead II Great Gaddesden Hatfield Crusaders II Knebworth Park VI Monken Hadley II Old Owens III Reed III Watton-at-Stone II

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Cockfosters IV Datchworth III Botany Bay III Stevenage IV Tewin II North Mymms IV Met Police Bushey III Ware II Letchworth V

07 July 2007 Botany Bay III Datchworth III Great Gaddesden Hatfield Crusaders II Knebworth Park VI Met Police Bushey III Old Owens III Stevenage IV Watton-at-Stone II

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Ware II Letchworth V Cockfosters IV Tewin II Reed III Codicote Flamstead II Monken Hadley II North Mymms IV

18 August 2007 (1.00pm) Botany Bay III v Cockfosters IV v Datchworth III v Flamstead II v Great Gaddesden v Hatfield Crusaders II v Letchworth V v Stevenage IV v Tewin II v

Knebworth Park VI Met Police Bushey III North Mymms IV Codicote Ware II Reed III Old Owens III Watton-at-Stone II Monken Hadley II

02 June 2007 Botany Bay III Cockfosters IV Codicote Datchworth III Met Police Bushey III Monken Hadley II Old Owens III Tewin II Ware II

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Hatfield Crusaders II Flamstead II Letchworth V Stevenage IV Great Gaddesden Reed III North Mymms IV Watton-at-Stone II Knebworth Park VI

14 July 2007 Botany Bay III Codicote Knebworth Park VI Letchworth V Met Police Bushey III Old Owens III Tewin II Ware II Watton-at-Stone II

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Monken Hadley II North Mymms IV Great Gaddesden Cockfosters IV Flamstead II Stevenage IV Datchworth III Hatfield Crusaders II Reed III

25 August 2007 (1.00pm) Codicote v Great Gaddesden v Knebworth Park VI v Met Police Bushey III v North Mymms IV v Reed III v Tewin II v Ware II v Watton-at-Stone II v

Stevenage IV Flamstead II Hatfield Crusaders II Letchworth V Cockfosters IV Datchworth III Old Owens III Monken Hadley II Botany Bay III

09 June 2007 Cockfosters IV Codicote Datchworth III Flamstead II Great Gaddesden Knebworth Park VI North Mymms IV Reed III Watton-at-Stone II

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Stevenage IV Tewin II Botany Bay III Letchworth V Hatfield Crusaders II Monken Hadley II Met Police Bushey III Old Owens III Ware II

21 July 2007 Botany Bay III Cockfosters IV Codicote Flamstead II Hatfield Crusaders II Knebworth Park VI Letchworth V Stevenage IV Ware II

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Old Owens III Tewin II Reed III North Mymms IV Monken Hadley II Watton-at-Stone II Great Gaddesden Met Police Bushey III Datchworth III

01 September 2007 (12.30pm) Botany Bay III v Codicote Cockfosters IV v Reed III Datchworth III v Knebworth Park VI Hatfield Crusaders II v Watton-at-Stone II Letchworth V v North Mymms IV Monken Hadley II v Great Gaddesden Stevenage IV v Flamstead II Tewin II v Met Police Bushey III Ware II v Old Owens III

16 June 2007 Botany Bay III Datchworth III Letchworth V Met Police Bushey III Great Gaddesden Old Owens III Tewin II Ware II Watton-at-Stone II

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Cockfosters IV Hatfield Crusaders II Stevenage IV Reed III North Mymms IV Knebworth Park VI Flamstead II Codicote Monken Hadley II

28 July 2007 Botany Bay III Great Gaddesden Hatfield Crusaders II Knebworth Park VI Monken Hadley II North Mymms IV Reed III Tewin II Ware II

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Met Police Bushey III Watton-at-Stone II Old Owens III Codicote Datchworth III Stevenage IV Flamstead II Letchworth V Cockfosters IV

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North Mymms IV Monken Hadley II Watton-at-Stone II Old Owens III Knebworth Park VI Tewin II Met Police Bushey III Ware II Reed III


Division Thirteen 12 May 2007 Chiltern 06 v Preston III Hatfield III v Northampton Exiles III Hitchin III v North Enfield III Leverstock Green IV v Bentley Heath II Old Elizabethans III v Luton Town & Indians IV Parkfield & Headstone III v Potters Bar V Redbourn III v Shenley Village IV

16 June 2007 Hatfield III v North Enfield III v Northampton Exiles III v Parkfield & Headstone III v Potters Bar V v Preston III v Shenley Village IV v

Redbourn III Wormley III Leverstock Green IV Chiltern 06 Luton Town & Indians IV Old Elizabethans III Bentley Heath II

Luton Town & Indians IV Redbourn III Hitchin III Old Elizabethans III Hatfield III Parkfield & Headstne III Bentley Heath II

26 May 2007 Chiltern 06 v Hitchin III v Leverstock Green IV v Luton Town & Indians IV v Old Elizabethans III v Parkfield & Headstone III v Redbourn III v

23 June 2007 Bentley Heath II v Leverstock Green IV v Luton Town & Indians IV v Old Elizabethans III v Parkfield & Headstone III v Redbourn III v Wormley III v

North Enfield III Preston III Shenley Village IV Chiltern 06 Hatfield III Hitchin III Northampton Exiles III

Hatfield III Preston III Potters Bar V Wormley III Shenley Village IV North Enfield III Northampton Exiles III

02 June 2007 Chiltern 06 v Luton Town & Indians IV v North Enfield III v Northampton Exiles III v Preston III v Shenley Village IV v Wormley III v

30 June 2007 Chiltern 06 Hatfield III Hitchin III North Enfield III Northampton Exiles III Preston III Shenley Village IV

Leverstock Green IV Old Elizabethans III Parkfield & Headstne III Luton Town & Indians IV Bentley Heath II Wormley III Potters Bar V

04 August 2007 Bentley Heath II v Redbourn III Leverstock Green IV v Old Elizabethans III Luton Town & Indians IV v Hitchin III North Enfield III v Preston III Potters Bar V v Hatfield III Shenley Village IV v Chiltern 06 Wormley III v Parkfield & Headstne III

Hitchin III Bentley Heath II Old Elizabethans III Parkfield & Headstne III Redbourn III Leverstock Green IV Potters Bar V

07 July 2007 Bentley Heath II v Chiltern 06 v Leverstock Green IV v Luton Town & Indians IV v Old Elizabethans III v Parkfield & Headstone III v Potters Bar V v

Preston III Wormley III Hatfield III Northampton Exiles III Hitchin III Redbourn III North Enfield III

11 August 2007 (1.00pm) Chiltern 06 v Hatfield III v Hitchin III v Old Elizabethans III v Parkfield & Headstone III v Preston III v Redbourn III v

North Enfield III Shenley Village IV Potters Bar V Wormley III Bentley Heath II Northampton Exiles III Luton Town & Indians IV

14 July 2007 Chiltern 06 Hatfield III Hitchin III North Enfield III Northampton Exiles III Preston III Redbourn III

Bentley Heath II Wormley III Leverstock Green IV Shenley Village IV Potters Bar V Luton Town & Indians IV Old Elizabethans III

18 August 2007 (1.00pm) Bentley Heath II v Luton Town & Indians IV v North Enfield III v Northampton Exiles III v Potters Bar V v Shenley Village IV v Wormley III v

Old Elizabethans III Parkfield & Headstne III Hatfield III Chiltern 06 Redbourn III Hitchin III Leverstock Green IV

19 May 2007 Leverstock Green IV North Enfield III Northampton Exiles III Potters Bar V Preston III Shenley Village IV Wormley III

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09 June 2007 Hitchin III v Hatfield III Leverstock Green IV v North Enfield III Old Elizabethans III v Northampton Exiles III Parkfield & Headstone III v Preston III Potters Bar V v Bentley Heath II Redbourn III v Chiltern 06 Wormley III v Shenley Village IV

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21 July 2007 Bentley Heath II v Hatfield III Leverstock Green IV v Redbourn III Luton Town & Indians IV v Chiltern 06 Old Elizabethans III v Parkfield & Headstne III Potters Bar V v Preston III Shenley Village IV v Northampton Exiles III Wormley III v Hitchin III 28 July 2007 Bentley Heath II v Luton Town & Indians IV v Northampton Exiles III v Parkfield & Headstone III v Potters Bar V v Preston III v Redbourn III v

Hitchin III Hatfield III North Enfield III Leverstock Green IV Chiltern 06 Shenley Village IV Wormley III

Division Fourteen 19 May 2007 Rickmansworth IV v Sawbridgeworth V Stevenage V v Welwyn Garden City V Waltham X Rosedale IV v Old Albanian IV

16 June 2007 Sawbridgeworth V v Stevenage V Waltham X Rosedale IV v Rickmansworth IV Welwyn Garden City V v Old Albanian IV

14 July 2007 Old Albanian IV v Rickmansworth IV Sawbridgeworth V v Welwyn Garden City V Waltham X Rosedale IV v Stevenage V

26 May 2007 Old Albanian IV v Stevenage V Sawbridgeworth V v Waltham X Rosedale IV Welwyn Garden City V v Rickmansworth IV

23 June 2007 Old Albanian IV v Waltham X Rosedale IV Rickmansworth IV v Sawbridgeworth V Welwyn Garden City V v Stevenage V

21 July 2007 Old Albanian IV Rickmansworth IV Stevenage V

02 June 2007 Rickmansworth IV v Stevenage V Sawbridgeworth V v Old Albanian IV Waltham X Rosedale IV v Welwyn Garden City V

30 June 2007 Stevenage V v Old Albanian IV Waltham X Rosedale IV v Sawbridgeworth V Welwyn Garden City V v Rickmansworth IV

09 June 2007 Old Albanian IV v Rickmansworth IV Stevenage V v Waltham X Rosedale IV Welwyn Garden City V v Sawbridgeworth V

07 July 2007 Old Albanian IV v Sawbridgeworth V Stevenage V v Rickmansworth IV Welwyn Garden City V v Waltham X Rosedale IV

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Development Divisions Fixtures 13th May 2007   Knebworth Park v Reed Radlett v Sawbridgeworth

8th July 2007   Abbots Langley v Watford Langleybury  v Chorleywood London Colney v Chipperfield Reed v Ickleford Sawbridgeworth v Knebworth Park Stevenage v Wormley Welwyn Garden City v Botany Bay

20th May 2007   Reed v  Radlett Stevenage v Knebworth Park 27th May 2007   Radlett v Knebworth Park Reed v Stevenage

15th July 2007   Botany Bay v Knebworth Park Chipperfield v Langleybury Chorleywood v Abbots Langley Sawbridgeworth v Potters Bar Stevenage v Reed Watford v London Colney Wormley v Welwyn Garden City

3rd June 2007   Botany Bay v Wormley Chipperfield v London Colney Chorleywood v Langleybury Knebworth Park v Welwyn Garden City Radlett v Potters Bar Stevenage v Ickleford Watford v Abbots Langley

22nd July 2007   Abbots Langley v Chipperfield Botany Bay v Ickleford Chorleywood v Watford Langleybury  v London Colney Potters Bar v Reed Stevenage v Welwyn Garden City Wormley v Knebworth Park

10th June 2007   Abbots Langley v Chorleywood Langleybury  v Chipperfield London Colney v Watford Potters Bar v Knebworth Park Radlett v Ickleford Welwyn Garden City v Stevenage Wormley v Sawbridgeworth

29th July 2007 Chipperfield v Chorleywood Knebworth Park v Potters Bar London Colney v Abbots Langley Reed v Botany Bay Stevenage v Sawbridgeworth Watford v Langleybury Welwyn Garden City v Radlett

17th June 2007   Chipperfield v Abbots Langley London Colney v Langleybury Sawbridgeworth v Botany Bay Stevenage v Potters Bar Watford v Chorleywood Welwyn Garden City v Ickleford

5th Aug 2007 Botany Bay v Stevenage Chipperfield v London Colney Chorleywood v Langleybury Reed v Sawbridgeworth Watford v Abbots Langley Welwyn Garden City v Knebworth Park

24th June 2007   Abbots Langley v London Colney Chorleywood v Chipperfield Langleybury  v Watford Potters Bar v Ickleford Stevenage v Knebworth Park Wormley v Botany Bay 1st July 2007   Chorleywood v London Colney Knebworth Park v Ickleford Langleybury  v Abbots Langley Sawbridgeworth v Wormley Stevenage v Radlett Watford v Chipperfield Welwyn Garden City v Potters Bar

SHCL Development Division Contacts Abbots Langley Botany Bay Chipperfield Chorleywood Ickleford Knebworth Park Langleybury London Colney Potters Bar Radlett Reed Sawbridgeworth Stevenage Watford Welwyn Garden City Wormley

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Development Division

What makes the Development Division special is that the participating Clubs realise that there has to be a proper development of youths. It has been proven that generally youths develop much faster when playing within their own age groups, than when being thrown in with adults. Obviously there are exceptions and better players should be tested at a higher level. However, the lesser player must be given time and confidence to improve and reach their full potential. This is why I applaud the ECB directive re Under 13s. Unless they are super talented there is no place for them in adult cricket. Welfare of the youngsters should be the first consideration and captains should think twice before allowing an under 13 to play in an adult side.

Richard Burling

Failure to do so could leave the captain liable if something goes wrong. As for this seasons development division, participating clubs now realise that every club is at a different stage of development and each club should be allowed to develop their players, as their club sees fit, as long as it is within the rules and spirit of the competition.

Richard Burling

Development Division Rules 2007

The spirit of the competition will prevail at all times. Any side which fails to observe this spirit could be removed from the competition. All MCC laws and ECB regulations and directives apply. 1. Duration 1.1 Matches shall be 40 overs per side. 1.2 All matches shall start at 1.30pm 1.3 All matches shall finish by 7.30pm 2. Interference by Weather 2.1 In the event of the first innings being curtailed because of inclement weather, or any other reason, a match of shorter duration ( to be agreed by both captains ) according to the time available should be played.. If the captains cannot agree the umpires will arbitrate. In this event the minimum number of overs in the first innings will be 25. 2.2 In the event of the weather intervening in the second innings , 25 overs must be bowled to constitute a match 3. Player Restrictions 3.1 Each side shall have a maximum of four adult players 3.2 No more than two adult players can bowl in one innings. 3.3 Adult batsmen will retire when they have scored fifty runs. They may return when all other members of the team have batted. 3.4 No bowler shall bowl more than eight overs per innings. In a reduced overs match bowling limitation shall be reduced accordingly at the rate of five bowlers being used per innings 3.5 Youth players must be under 17 on 1st September of the previous year 4. Match Balls 4.1 One new ball, supplied by the organising committee, shall be provided by the home side for the whole match. 70


5 Result 5.1 The team which scores the most runs shall be deemed the winner. 5.2 The winners in matches where weather intervenes in the second innings, and a minimum of 25 overs have been completed, shall be determined by the side with the faster run per completed over rate 5.3 If a run rate calculation is required, for a side batting first, and that team is "bowled out" prior to the completion of its allotted overs, then (for run rate purposes) they will be deemed to have received the maximum number of overs available to them 6. Result reporting 6.1 All results ( including cancelled or abandoned matches ) shall be reported by BOTH sides using the SHCL website. 6.2 Both sides shall nominate an opposition player who has put most effort into the match 7. Points Points are awarded as follows : Win Win through default Tie ( scores level, wickets down irrelevant ) Loss Cancelled due to ground conditions Failure to raise a side

5 points 5 points 3 points 1 points 1 point per side minus 1 point

8. Divisional League position 8.1 Divisional league positions shall be determined as follows Firstly by most points, if equal Secondly by most wins, if equal, Thirdly by team with highest run per over rate per matches played 9. Umpires & Scorers 9.1 Each side will normally provide an adult umpire 9.2 If only one adult umpire then he/she may stand at the bowlers end throughout the innings. 9.3 Scorers should keep a record of runs and wickets at the end of each over 10. Facilities 10.1 Each club will attempt to provide acceptable playing conditions. 10.2 Good artificial wickets can be used 11. Teas 11.1 Home sides shall provide teas and the away team shall pay the home side for the teas provided to them. 12. Fixtures 12.1 Fixture lists will be provided by the committee 12.2 Re- arrangements can be made with the agreement of both clubs onto a day that is suitable to both clubs. 12.3 All re-arrangements shall be completed by the 1st March in the year the matches are to be played, thus enabling correct fixture dates to be published in SHCL Handbook. 12.4 One day shall be set aside, each season, by the committee for re-arrangement of matches cancelled due to weather conditions 13. Welfare 13.1 Each Team must have in attendance, for the duration of the match, an adult (other than an Umpire or Scorer) who is suitably Enhanced CRB checked Committee: Richard Burling, Brian Mulholland, Tony Johnson 71


Into the 21st Century

At the turn of the 21st Century the well known Saracens Rugby Football Club, who moved to Hertfordshire in the summer of 1997, became the main sponsors of the Hertfordshire County Cricket League and during the last seven years a genuine friendly partnership has developed between Rugby players and Cricketers. The philosophy of the Rugby club was that they wished to support local sporting communities and in the 2000 year this new scheme provided free cricket helmets for many deserving young cricketers, prize money for clubs and numerous awards and other incentives. This generosity has continued during the last seven years and in my role as the Media and Marketing Officer of the Association of Cricket Umpires and Scorers (ACU&S) I wish to thank the Saracens Rugby Football Club for providing new coats for umpires who officiate in the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League games and for donating new electronic training equipment for cricket umpire instructors who are responsible for training new umpires and scorers. The background to this technology support is that the training board of the ACU&S introduced computer technology together with multiple choice examination questions. However, this change meant that ALL umpire/scorer instructors had to be issued with laptops and projectors to adhere to the new training schedule. Only about 70% of the umpire instructors in the UK were issued with suitable training equipment but the cost of this venture almost bankrupted the ACU&S. Those instructors without equipment borrowed or rented suitable equipment and this situation existed until it was brought to the attention of the executive committee of the cricket league, by the HSCU&S and the necessary equipment was donated by the Saracens Herts League as on of its sponsored "special projects". This new equipment has already been put to good use in the county, because nearly 60 trainee umpires and scorers have attended training courses and students are now awaiting their examination results. The Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League achieved a further record in 2006 with over 10,000 players being registered to play in the complete league and a welcome should be extended to three new cricket clubs who will be fielding teams in the 2007 - these are Codicote CC, Great Gaddesden CC and Pirton CC. To incorporate the new teams that have joined the lower divisions of the league over the last few years Divisions 11, 12 and 13 has been reorganised for the new season, together with the addition of Division 14. New Pavilions and Facilities still seems to be a talking point at the various cricket clubs that I have visited throughout the county and many of them have completed their refurbishment projects. For example Abbots Langley CC completed a rear extension which has improved the social aspect of the club and they are still hoping to improve the changing rooms and the scorers accommodation. Harpenden CC discovered it would be too expensive to demolish their existing pavilion and opted to complete a major internal make-over and Langleybury CC added two changing rooms on top of their refurbished pavilion. Northwood CC were very fortunate to have some wealthy backers which enabled them to afford the complete demolition of their existing pavilion and replace it with a modem one, however they still need to update their scorer's facilities. During the last two years both Radlett CC and West Herts CC have provided better facilities for their scorers. Sawbridgeworth CC wanted a complete overhaul of their building stock but part of their accommodation consists of a Grade 2 listed building so they had to be satisfied with internal alterations to their club house. Nowadays all new building work has to comply with Fire and Safety Regulations and there have been some serious incidents during the last couple of years, caused mainly by arson attacks. One example being a recent arson attack on the Southgate Compton CC pavilion, when the 72


building was rammed by a car causing a conflagration which badly damaged the clubhouse. At a later date their cricket storage area was raided by burglars and all their stock of cricket balls and junior cricket equipment were stolen. The Herts League issued an appeal to any club who may be able to donate any good quality cricket balls. The illustration shows the after effects of the ram raid and fire that occurred. With all new modem building alterations, the owner of the land on which a cricket pavilion is standing will always be interested in the final building design and generally these owners leave the final layout design to the local experts at the council and the project agent. However, there are frequent conflicts of interest between cricket clubs, land owners and local councils and this situation has arisen at one of our cricket clubs where the present annual building maintenance costs is about ÂŁ12,000. The club desperately needs a new building to replace its old pavilion and has so far obtained Planning and Building Regulation approval for a new building and has also negotiated independent funding provided the building work is started in the near future. These plans have been somewhat thwarted because the land owner has insisted on a new lease and contract which introduces a 12 year insurance guarantee warranty which is impractical when the club is planning to use independent building sub contractors. Dr David J T Webb. OBE, Deputy Councillor, Media and Marketing Officer. ACU&S Telephone: 01923 241877

Hertfordshire Society of Cricket Umpires and Scorers. President Chairman Secretary Training Officer

Dudley Eckworth Alan Price Peter Bradshaw Roger Abraham

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Herts County Cup and Trophy 2007 The Hertfordshire Cricket League would like to express its sincere thanks once again to Wendy and Rod Resker of Becker Transport who have retired as our sponsors of the Knockout Cup after nine years. Their support allowed the Competition to develop over the years and is giving competitive Sunday cricket to a growing number of our clubs, and we owe them a great deal. We continue to look for a new sponsor and discussions are ongoing. In the meantime, the League is considering the level of prize money and cost of balls that can be covered by existing funds. Prize money (Cup competition): Quarter Final losers to receive £100 Semi-final losers to receive £150 Runners-up receive £375 Winners receive £750

Prize Money (Trophy competition): Quarter Final losers to receive £100 Semi-final losers to receive £150 Runner-up receive £375 Winners to receive £750

The finals will be staged at the Shenley Cricket Centre on Sunday 9th September 2007. The rules will be the same as the earlier rounds. Start times:

Cup Competition 12.00 noon

Trophy (Nursery Pitch) 12.00 noon

In the event of bad weather a reserve date of Sunday 16th September has been set aside and clubs will toss for the venue.

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Becker Transport Knockout Cup Final - 2006 Potters Bar v Hemel Hempstead Played at Shenley Park, Sunday 10 September 2006

Kaushalya Weeraratne struck the highest individual score in a Shenley final as Potters Bar crushed Hemel Hempstead by 193 runs to lift the trophy for the first time. In the ninth and last final to be sponsored by Becker Transport (and the eighth at Shenley), the result was never in doubt after the Sri Lankan all-rounder, the leading run-scorer in HCPL Division Two East, struck a brilliant century, scoring 121 off just 102 balls, including 20 fours and two sixes. Coming in at number three after the early loss of Gavin Baker in the second over of the day, Weeraratne dominated a superb second wicket partnership of 164 with veteran opener Mike Palmer. After slowly getting his eye in, he began to dominate the Hemel attack, striking eight fours in just 16 deliveries as the total increased from 16-1 to 52-1 in just three overs. The Potters Bar fifty came up in the 13th over, and as the fielding restrictions were lifted, the Hemel bowlers had no answer to the onslaught as Weeraratne brought up his individual half-century in 46 deliveries. In contrast, Palmer quietly went about his business at the other end, and although he had scored just six runs when his partner struck his 11th boundary, he had faced just 25 balls to that point. As time continued, he began to score more freely before Weeraratne reached three figures from 86 deliveries to rapturous applause. The pair brought up the 150 partnership in the 27th over at better than a run a ball but as Potters Bar were dreaming of a total around 320, Weeraratne finally departed with the score on 164 when he just failed to clear the man at a deepish mid-off position. Despite the cheap loss of Dean Dass, Bar continued to score at a healthy rate. Scott Fraser (18) struck two boundaries to bring up the 200 in the 36th over before Palmer reached his fifty from 85 balls. Both players were dismissed in quick succession as the score reached 218-5, before a quick fire stand of 33 between Jared Norman (28 off 26 balls) and Leonard Cooper (17) put the Hemel fielders under increasing pressure. The Potters Bar lower-order continued to put bat to ball but perhaps inevitably, wickets began to fall regularly in pursuit of quick runs. The innings ended with Paul Barker being the victim of a comical runout as his side were dismissed for the first time in the 2006 competition with five balls of their 50 overs unused. The first wicket of Hemel Hempstead’s reply was also a run-out, and a farcical one at that. Hemel’s overseas player, Ricardo Mohamed, pushed Weeraratne down to Cooper at mid-off, whose misfield should have resulted in a comfortable three runs. However, the Potters Bar skipper threw the ball to the keeper’s end at Mohamed’s indecision saw him stranded by four yards. Hemish Ilangaratne struck two fours before being caught behind by Fraser off Weeraratne to leave Hemel on 22-2 and while Matt Potton (12), Nick Hodgins (19) and James Potton (26) reached double figures, wickets continued to tumble. Potton was bowled by Baker after hitting three boundaries, while the remaining seven wickets being shared by Cooper and Barker. Hemel were routed with more than 18 overs left as Potters Bar became the 11th different winners in 21 seasons of this competition. *Potters Bar

293

(49.1 overs)

Hemel Hempstead

100

(31.3 overs)

Kaushalya Weeraratne 121, Mike Palmer 51, Alex Collman 9.1-1-58-3, Matt Petchell 10-0-58-3 James Potton 26, Leonard Cooper 10-0-34-4, Paul Barker 9.3-2-26-3

Man Of The Match: K. Weeraratne.

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Becker Transport Plate Competition Final - 2006 Northchurch v Hitchin

Played at Shenley Park, Sunday 10 September 2006 The Plate Competition final proved as one-sided as the main event, but with a shock result as Division Two Northchurch lifted their first major knock-out trophy as they thrashed Division One Hitchin by 10 wickets. Their bowlers fought back magnificently after Hitchin had reached 142-3 after winning the toss before a magnificent spell by Dave Wilkinson, who returned the best figures by any player in the seven Plate finals, swung the match decisively in Northchurch’s favour. In the unseasonable sweltering conditions, it was no surprise when Hitchin chose to have first use of a perfect batting wicket on which they were aiming to post a score in excess of 200. Openers Craig Millwood and Dave Moore (20 off 16 balls) put on 32 for the first wicket before Lee Johnson had the latter caught at backward point by Wilkinson. Millwood followed six runs later when he was bowled by Colin Broughton for three, but Jimmy Lewis led the recovery for the Lucas Lane outfit. He featured in a third wicket stand of 49 with Andrew Hicks (53 off 78 balls) before Will Pugh (19) helped add 45 further runs as Hitchin looked in the driving seat with 20 overs of their innings remaining. However, their remaining wickets tumbled for the addition of just 16 runs as a fantastic spell from Wilkinson, who took 5-13 in six overs, combined with superb support from Tom Vila (2-9 in 4.4 overs) sparked the dramatic turnaround. Wilkinson got the vital breakthrough, getting Lewis to nick behind to keeper Mark Hobley, before Vila struck at the other end, dismissing Pugh in identical fashion. From then on, Hitchin’s batting fell apart as Wilkinson ripped through the middle and lower order as he took the next four wickets before Vila had Mike Baker caught by Chris Marshall as they were dismissed with 26 balls of their allotted 45 overs unused. Hitchin’s last five batsmen scored just 13 runs between them off a combined total of 54 balls as they were dismissed for a total that was much lower than they had anticipated, or required in the conditions. In reply, Northchurch’s opening pair of David Pearce and Sam Maylott did not hang around with Pearce striking two boundaries off Dave Moore’s opening over. Both players set about the Hitchin attack, all of whom were despatched at one time or another.

Northchurch celebrate their victory

The pair brought up the 100 off just 19 overs, and they just another 50 deliveries to bring up a crushing win, which Maylott completed with successive sixes off Baker to finish on 68 not out from 69 balls. He also hit 10 boundaries, one fewer than Pearce, whose unbeaten 73 was scored off 95 deliveries but Wilkinson deservedly took the man of the award for his five wicket haul. This was the last ever match in the Plate Competition, which is being replaced in 2007 by the Herts County Trophy, which will be for clubs in Division Three and below from the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League. Matches in the new tournament will be played over 50 overs a side with the rules falling into line with those of the long-established cup competition. *Hitchin 157 (40.2 overs) Jimmy Lewis 53, Andrew Hicks 33, Dave Wilkinson 6-3-13-5 Northchurch

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Herts County Cup and Trophy - Rules 1. 2. 3. 4.

5. 6. 7.

8. 9.

The competitions shall be controlled by the Competitions Committee of the Hertfordshire Cricket League. The decisions of the Competitions Committee in each and every circumstance shall be final. The competitions shall be open to clubs who are members of the Hertfordshire Cricket League and who shall participate by invitation. If clubs, after accepting entry, fail to raise a side or show unwillingness to continue in the competitions, they may not be invited to compete again and/or forfeit any sponsorship monies. All players must be bona fide club members who are registered to play under the Hertfordshire Cricket League rules and who must have played in at least three League matches for that club in the current season or the season immediately before. No player shall represent more than one club in the competitions in any one season. Before the toss of the coin the captains shall hand a written list of their team members for that match to the umpires. Clubs may play overseas players in line with the restrictions detailed in section 13 of the Constitution. After the match, all team sheets shall be countersigned as valid by one non-playing umpire and by the opposition captain. Team sheets must be sent by post, by the umpires, to Richard Burling. A pre-paid addressed envelope supplied by the League for this purpose must be provided to the umpires by the home team. The dates set for each round, and the draw including home and away venues, shall be determined by the Competitions Committee. Balls will be supplied for all matches and sent to the club drawn at home. The club drawn at home shall be responsible for all match arrangements and confirm these with their opponents for that round, well in advance. If a club has a clash of dates with either the Evening Standard Challenge Trophy, the Cockspur National Knock-out Cup, or the National Village Knock-out Competition, or has three or more players selected for the Hertfordshire Minor Counties side, that club may elect to play on the reserve date. In this event it is the responsibility of the club that wishes to change to the reserve date to advise their opponents as soon as possible, but in any case no later than the Monday before the original set date. In the event of bad weather on the original set date the match shall be played on the reserve date. The Match Secretary must be advised of any re-arranged matches. In the event of neither the set date nor the reserve date being available, the decision as to when the match will take place will be made by the Competitions Committee (see also paragraph 4 of the Playing Conditions). The dates for the completion of each round will not be extended under any circumstances, other than under rule 7. Clubs disregarding this rule will be expelled from the competitions for the current season. It shall be the responsibility of the winning club to telephone the result to the Results Secretary (Richard White 020 8485 8444) immediately after the match. The winning club must also send a completed result sheet to the Results Secretary within 48 hours by first class post or fax, or as a scanned document attached to an e-mail. Failure to either telephone or send in the result sheet will incur a fine of £20, which will increase to £40 for each subsequent offence. Persistent offenders may be excluded from next year’s competitions.

Umpires and Scorers 10.1 Failure to provide both an umpire and a scorer in accordance with these Rules may result in the Competitions Committee withdrawing the invitation to take part in the competitions in the following year. 10.2 From the quarter-finals of the competitions, umpires are to be marked via the League’s website as per Saracens Herts League rules. Failure to so do within 48 hours will result in a fine of £20. 10.3 For the first two rounds non-playing umpires who are preferably members of the A.C.U.&S.or E.C.B.O.A, are to be appointed by the competing clubs. Clubs are encouraged to contact the Umpires Administrator for help in finding umpires. 10.4 For the quarter-finals umpires are to be appointed by the Umpires Committee of the Hertfordshire Cricket League and paid £30 each, to be shared equally between the competing clubs. 10.5 For the Semi Finals and Finals the cost of the appointed umpires will be borne by the sponsor. 10.6 Each club must provide a non-playing scorer in every round.

Guidelines and Discipline 11. The Safety Guidelines (for players under 18 years of age) and the Fast Bowling Directive (for bowlers in the Under 19 age group and below), as published in the Hertfordshire Cricket League Handbook, will apply. 12. Any Disciplinary matters will be dealt with under Rule 12 of the Hertfordshire Cricket League Constitution and the nominated committee.

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Herts County Cup and Trophy - Playing Conditions The Laws of Cricket will apply except where otherwise stated within the Competition Rules and the following Playing Conditions:

1 DURATION 1.1. Each side shall bat for 50 six-ball overs unless all out earlier. The side batting first shall not be permitted to declare its innings closed. 1.2 All matches shall start at 1 p.m. with the exception of the Semi Finals (12.30 p.m.) and Finals (12.00 noon). 1.3 An interval for tea shall be taken, normally between the innings. Its duration shall be not longer than 30 minutes, at the discretion of the umpires. 2. SHORTENED MATCHES 2.1 Delayed Start If, because of inclement weather or for any other reason, a match starts not more than 15 minutes late it shall remain a match of 50 overs per side. If the start is more than 15 minutes late, one over shall be deducted from each innings for every full 7 minutes lost. (For example, if the match starts at 1.20 p.m., 20 minutes late, two overs shall be deducted from each innings and the match becomes one of 48 overs per innings.) The minimum number of overs per innings remaining after this deduction will be 25. Therefore, if the start is delayed by 182 minutes or more (equivalent to 26 overs per side) a match will be considered abandoned. No variations will be allowed to this rule and it is therefore essential for the captains and umpires to agree on the match clock before the scheduled start time. 2.2. First Innings Interrupted If the first innings is interrupted because of inclement weather or for any other reason, two overs shall be deducted from the match for every full 7 minutes lost. If there is more than one interruption, the time lost is to be accumulated and the overs reduced accordingly. Overs shall be deducted equally from both innings. If this reduces the match to fewer than 25 overs per side, it shall be abandoned. If the number of overs already completed equals or exceeds the overs per side resulting from the calculation, the first innings shall be closed and provided that at least 25 overs remain in the match, they shall be available for the second innings; otherwise the match shall be abandoned. 2.3 Second Innings Interrupted If the second innings is interrupted because of inclement weather or for any other reason, one over shall be deducted for every full 3 1/2 minutes lost. If there is more than one interruption, the time lost is to be accumulated and the overs reduced accordingly. Once the side batting second has received 25 overs it is deemed that a match has taken place. 3. SLOW PLAY 3.1 After three and one quarter hours play the umpires will indicate to the fielding captain how many overs have been completed and this will be the number of overs the team batting second will receive. Play will then continue in the first innings of the match until the maximum allowance has been bowled or the team dismissed. 3.2 If the first innings has been reduced in length in accordance with paragraphs 2.1 or 2.2, the time limit in paragraph 3.1 will be reduced by half the total playing time lost. 3.3 The umpires will have sole discretion on the interpretation and implementation of this rule, and may allow additional time in respect of serious injury, frequent lost balls or any Acts of God. 4. REARRANGED MATCHES (see also paragraph 7 of the Rules) If it is not possible to reach a result of a match on the set date, the first option shall be to re-play the match on the reserve date. The Match Secretary must be informed. If either the reserve date is not available or a result is not reached on the reserve date, the Match Secretary must be advised which of the following options (listed in order of preference) is proposed by the clubs. If the clubs cannot agree, a decision as to which option shall be adopted and when it shall take place will be made by the Competitions Committee. a) a mid-week match, b) an evening match of 20 overs per side 78


c) a bowl out (see Appendix 2) d) the toss of a coin between the two captains, when both are present. In the event of one or both captains being unable to be present, the tossing of the coin shall be referred to the nominated administrator 5. RESTRICTION OF BOWLERS 5.1 No bowler shall bowl more than ten overs nor more than one fifth of the total number of overs in the innings except where that total is not divisible by 5. If, for example, the match is reduced to 41 overs per side, one bowler may bowl 9 overs and 4 other bowlers may bowl 8 overs each. 6. RESULT 6.1 A result can be achieved only if the side batting second has received at least 25 overs, or has been dismissed in fewer than 25 overs or has scored enough runs to win in fewer than 25 overs. 6.2 Where the numbers of overs available to both sides remain equal throughout the match: i) the side that scores the most runs shall be the winner. ii) if the scores are level, the side which has lost the least number of wickets shall be the winner. iii) if still equal, the winner shall be the side with the highest scoring rate over the first 20 overs of its innings. iv) if still equal, the winner shall be side losing the least number of wickets in the first 20 overs of its innings. v) if still equal, the winner shall be the side with the highest scoring rate over the first 10 overs of its innings. vi) if still equal, the winner shall be the side losing the least number of wickets in the first 1`0 overs of its innings. vii) if still equal, the winner shall be the side with highest scoring rate over the first 9 overs of its innings, if still equal the first 8 overs and so on. 6.3 If the number of overs available to the side batting second is reduced in accordance with paragraph 2.3, a target score shall be calculated by multiplying the reduced number of overs by the overall scoring rate of the side batting first. If the side batting first were all out in fewer overs than were available to them, their overall scoring rate shall be calculated on the assumption that they batted for all the overs available. 7. COVERS If covers are available then the entire pitch should be covered immediately upon rain intervening. 8. RESTRICTION OF THE PLACEMENT OF FIELDERS 8.1 Throughout the innings a maximum of five fielders may field on the leg side of the pitch. 8.2 For the first fifteen overs of each innings, or less in a shortened innings as determined from Appendix 1, only two fielders may be placed outside the fielding circle. Throughout this period two fielders, in addition to the wicket keeper, must be in stationary catching positions within 15 yards of the bat. 8.3 Thereafter, at the instant of delivery a minimum of four fielders (plus the bowler and wicket keeper) must be within an area bounded by two semi circles centred on each middle stump (each with a radius of 30 yards) and joined by a parallel line on each side of the pitch. 8.4 In the event of an infringement, the square leg umpire shall call and signal ‘No Ball’. 8.5 The fielding circle should be marked by painted white dots at five yard intervals, each dot to be marked by a white plastic or rubber (but not metal) disk measuring seven inches in diameter. 9. INTERPRETATION OF WIDE BALL Umpires are instructed to apply a very strict and consistent interpretation in regard to this Law in order to prevent negative bowling wide of the wicket. In addition any ball pitching outside the leg stump and maintaining its line should be called wide unless it is intercepted by the striker or passes between him and the wicket.

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Appendix 1 - Fielding Restrictions In A Shortened Innings

Where an innings is shortened in accordance with section 2 (inclement weather, etc.) or paragraph 3.1 (slow play), the fielding restriction specified in paragraph 8.2 shall apply for a lesser number of overs as follows: TOTAL OVERS OVERS OF AVAILABLE FIELDING IN INNINGS RESTRICTION 25-26..............................................7 27-29..............................................8 30-33..............................................9 34-36.............................................10 37-39.............................................11 40-43.............................................12 44-46.............................................13 47-49.............................................14

Appendix 2 - Rules For A Bowl-out

1. The following procedure will apply to a bowl-out, either indoors or outdoors, arranged under Playing Condition 4(c). 2. Five players from each side will be nominated to the umpires to take part in the bowl-out, plus a wicket-keeper from each side. If the original match has started (i.e. the toss has taken place), the six players must be selected from the eleven players nominated for the match. The wicket-keeper will stand behind the wicket while his side is bowling, but out of reach of the stumps. 3. The captains will toss up for the choice of which side will bowl first. Players from each side will bowl alternately, i.e. Player 1 from Side A, Player 1 from Side B, Player 2 from Side A, Player 2 from Side B, etc. Each player will bowl two overarm deliveries at a wicket (conforming to Law 8) from a wicket pitched at a distance of 22 yards with, if practicable, bowling, popping and return creases marked (conforming to Law 9). The side which bowls down the wicket (as defined in Law 28.1a) the most times shall be the winner. If the scores are equal, the same players, in the same order, will bowl one ball each, the sides bowling alternately, to achieve a result on a ‘sudden death’ basis. 4. The same suitably acceptable ball (not a new one) will be used by both teams. If this ball becomes wet, it may be changed subject to the umpires’ approval. 5. If a bowler bowls a No ball and the wicket is bowled down, this will not count towards the team’s score but the ball will count as one of that bowler’s two deliveries.

Competition Organisers Chairman Tony Johnson 1 Netherwylde Cottages Watling Street, Radlett. WD7 7HS Tel: 01923 850597 Final Organisation Paddy Carlin (WGC) Tel: 01707 321210

Match Secretary Doreen Browne 1 Darnhills Watford Road, Radlett, WD7 8LQ Tel: 01923 854985 Umpires Administrator David Anderson 12 Oakdene Road Hemel Hempstead Herts. HP3 9TS Tel: 01442 259256

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Results Richard White 36 Seeleys, Harlow Essex CM17 0AD Tel: 020 8485 8444


Herts County Cup Draw - 2007 1st Round: – Sunday 3rd June (reserve date: 10th June) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Preston Harpenden Broxbourne Stevenage Totteridge Northwood Cockfosters Letchworth Langleybury Hertford Hemel Hempstead Hoddesdon Northwood Town Hitchin Milhillians Bishops Stortford

v West Herts v Welwyn Garden City v Watford Town v Old Albanian v Potters Bar v Knebworth Park v Berkhamsted v Northchurch v St. Margaretsbury v Kings Langley v North Mymms v Radlett v Sawbridgeworth v Abbots Langley v St. Albans v Old Finchleians

2nd Round: - Sunday 1st July (reserve date: 8th July) 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Stevenage/Old Albanian Bishops Stortford/Old Finchleians Totteridge/Potters Bar Hertford/Kings Langley Hitchin/Abbots Langley Preston/West Herts Northwood/Knebworth Park Hoddesdon/Radlett

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Northwood Town/Sawbridgeworth Broxbourne/Watford Town Cockfosters/Berkhamsted Langleybury/St. Margaretsbury Letchworth/Northchurch Harpenden/Welwyn Garden City Hemel Hempstead/North Mymms Milhillians/St. Albans

Quarter Finals: - Sunday 29th July (reserve date: 5th August) 25 26 27 28

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Semi Finals: - Sunday 19th August (reserve date: 26th August) 29 Winner of Match 25 30 Winner of Match 26

v Winner of Match 28 v Winner of Match 27

Final: - Sunday 9th September at Shenley Park If your club is unable to host any match as drawn, you may play at your opponents ground, providing you inform Doreen Browne of the change.

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Herts County Trophy Draw - 2007 1st Round: – Sunday 3rd June (reserve date: 10th June) 1 Sandridge v Bye 2 Northampton Exiles v Bye 3 Watton-at-Stone v Cavendish 4 Southgate Adelaide v Bye 5 Clarendon v Bye 6 Leverstock Green v Old Owens 7 Bushey v Bye 8 Old Elizabethans v St Albans West Indian 9 Wheathampstead v Chipperfield 10 Ware v Bye 11 Holtwhites Trinibis v Hatfield Hyde 12 Hertingfordbury v Botany Bay 13 Parkfield & Headstone v Bye 14 Chorleywood v Hatch End 15 Wormley v Rickmansworth 16 Met. Police Bushey v Bye

2nd Round: - Sunday 1st July (reserve date: 8th July) 17 Wheathampstead/Chipperfield 18 Clarendon 19 Ware 20 Northampton Exiles 21 Parkfield & Headstone 22 Old Elizabethans/St Albans West Indian 23 Hertingfordbury/Botany Bay 24 Sandridge

v Watton-at-Stone/Cavendish v Bushey v Wormley/Rickmansworth v Holtwhites Trinibis/Hatfield Hyde v Leverstock Green/Old Owens v Southgate Adelaide v Met. Police Bushey v Chorleywood/Hatch End

Quarter Finals: - Sunday 29th July (reserve date: 5th August) 25 26 27 28

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Semi Finals: - Sunday 19th August (reserve date: 26th August) 29 Winner of Match 27 30 Winner of Match 26

v Winner of Match 25 v Winner of Match 28

Final: - Sunday 9th September at Shenley Park If your club is unable to host any match as drawn, you may play at your opponents ground, providing you inform Doreen Browne of the change.

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CCC Inter-League Competition 2007

The CCC Competition has been split into two touramants for 2007. The Premier Leagues Cup is for the ECB Leagues and will include the Home Counties Premier League. The Readers Sovereign Trophy is for any other League that is a member of the CCC. We will be fielding one XI in the Readers Sovereign Trophy during 2007 and have been given an away tie in the first round against the Mid Essex League. For further information about the Competition or indeed to recommend players please speak to Craig Millwood (Hitchin) on 07799 782258

The Readers Sovereign Trophy Draw 2007

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Round One - 20th June

East Sussex v Kent (ECB) B Essex (ECB) v Essex Sunday Surrey Championship (ECB) v Surrey League Mid Essex v Saracens Hertfordshire Bedfordshire County v Berkshire Herts & Essex v Middlesex Premier Kent (ECB) A v Surrey County Isle of Wight v Bye

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Semi Finals - 1st August 2007

Winner of Match 9 v Winner of Match 10 Winner of Match 11 v Winner of Match 12

Final - 22nd August 2007

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Winner of Match 13 v Winner of Match 14

Premier Leagues Cup Draw 2007

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Match 5

Round One - 21st June

Home Counties v Middlesex Southern v Surrey East Anglian v Essex Kent v Sussex

Semi Finals - 12th July 2007

Home Counties/Middlesex v Southern/Surrey East Anglian/Essex v Kent/Sussex

Final - 9th August 2007

Winner of Match 5 v Winner of Match 6

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Review of the Season 2006 - Richard White

Despite producing the usual mountain of new records and outstanding performances, the 2006 campaign probably fell short of being a vintage year. However, the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League’s 13th season didn’t prove unlucky for many clubs, who will look back on the year with great affection. Radlett enjoyed their best ever season, with their second, third and fifth teams all winning promotion. They actually won a total of three league titles in all as their first team won the Home Counties Premier League Division Two (East) championship to add to those won by their second and fifth teams. Their fourth team narrowly missed out on completing a clean sweep as they finished five points short of the top four in Division Six. Metropolitan Police (Bushey) produced an unprecedented performance by winning every match in their Division Eight campaign, while their second team all-rounder Steve Clarke became the eighth player in league history to take all 10 wickets in a match. However, neither of these clubs won the annual “Club Of The Year” award, with the President’s Trophy being awarded to a resurgent Bishop’s Stortford, whose two sides finished 1st and 2nd in their respective divisions.

Blincoe leads Millhillians to title glory Millhillians were convincing winners of the Division One title, as they returned to the Home Counties Premier League after a two-year absence. The Headstone Lane side wrapped up the championship with a match to spare, being expertly led by skipper Andrew Blincoe, whose impressive haul of 67 wickets at 12.81 deservedly won him the division’s bowling award. His dominance of the attack meant Andrew Sutton was the only other bowler in the team to reach 20 wickets, and he only just managed the bare minimum for inclusion in the averages. The batting was led by Australian right-hander David Dawson, whose total of 769 runs included four centuries while Peter Edwards (334), Garth Jones (414) and Sean O’Brien (311) all made useful contributions.

Andrew Blincoe collects the trophy from Graham Gooch

Harpenden secure runners-up spot In contrast, the destination of the second promotion spot remained up for grabs going into the last round of matches as no fewer than seven clubs could mathematically get promoted. Just 19 points separated second-placed Letchworth from Hitchin in eighth. Letchworth’s 72-run loss to Millhillians saw them slip to sixth place which let in Harpenden, who had begun the final day a point behind in third. Against Luton Town and Indians, they made hard work of chasing a victory target of 128, needing nearly 50 overs to secure a two-wicket win and promotion to the HCPL. Iroshan de Silva was again their outstanding player, contributing 761 runs and 29 wickets, while their other major contributors included captain Mike Howard (526 runs) and left-arm seamer Ben Mahoney, who captured 33 wickets. Harpenden have endured fluctuating fortunes in recent years. After finishing bottom of Division One in 2003, they won the Division Two title the following season when only the top team were promoted. After finishing seventh in 2005, they won just two of their first 10 matches and a serious promotion challenge looked unlikely. However, they were the form side in the final two months of the season, with five wins and two draws (plus a no result) gave them 166 points 84


from the last eight games. This was in contrast to their form earlier in the season, when they took 150 points from the first 10 matches. To put this achievement in context, leaders Millhillians only accrued 135 points in the same period, two less than Berkhamsted, who won three of their last eight games but this was not enough to save them from relegation back to Division Two with Northwood after both sides had won promotion in 2005. Replacing Millhillians and Harpenden in Division One for 2007 will be Hoddesdon and Knebworth Park, who were both relegated from the HCPL set-up.

Overseas players dominate batting averages Just three points behind Harpenden were St Albans, who statistically at least, had the division’s best all-rounder in Zeeshan Butt, who returned 795 runs and 37 wickets, the latter total matched by team-mate Jamie Shaw. Langleybury’s Shazhad Malik zoomed to the top of the batting averages after scoring an unbeaten 111 in the last game of season against St Margaretsbury to finish with 652 runs in only 10 innings. It was the ‘Bury, however, who provided the division’s leading run-scorer in Brad Wilson (844), which meant the top four places in the batting list were filled by foreign players. At least the upper echelons of the bowling averages had domestic representation. Richard Jerome marked his first season at Letchworth with 51 wickets while Dave Moore continued his remarkable consistency of recent years. The Hitchin captain took 45 wickets to add the totals of 51, 46, 57 and 49 he has accrued since joining the club in 2002, which means he has taken 248 wickets in the last five seasons at an average of 13.85.

Harvey and Watts star for Dunstable There were few telling statistics in Division Two. A glance through the averages revealed that Dunstable had the highest run-scorer and leading wicket-taker, so the fact they won the title with the second biggest points total of the season was unsurprising. Stuart Harvey topped the batting averages with 780 runs while former skipper Steve Watts took 46 wickets in addition to scoring 348 runs. Sam Cherry and Mark Bartholomew also passed the 300-run mark while Bradley Matthews took 21 wickets. A record of 14 victories in 17 completed matches told its own story for Dunstable, who put a disastrous 2005 well and truly behind them when they finished bottom of Division One. To continue the stats theme, Bishop’s Stortford skipper David Hughes topped the bowling averages as he led his side to the runners-up spot. It was his second successive promotion after leading Hoddesdon to the Division One title in 2005. He was one of three Stortford bowlers to finish in the division’s top 10 bowling list along with Simon Lindop and Ruan Premadasa, Stuart Harvey who took 37 and 25 wickets respectively. Their outstanding batsman was wicketkeeper Luke Padgett, who scored 584 runs and also claimed 26 dismissals, while Australian all-rounder David Orange contributed 367 runs and 12 wickets. Although they lost the final two games after promotion had been secured, they could be highly satisfied on a season that also included some memorable cup wins over HCPL opposition. The season’s only double-century was scored by Reed’s James Heslam (see separate report), who passed the 700-run mark along with Ricardo Jadanauth of Abbots Langley and Knebworth Park 2nd XI captain Jarrod Turner. 85


At the other end of the table, Chorleywood suffered relegation for the second successive year – and their third since 2003 – as they suffered the ignominy of being the only side not to win a game all season. Hemel Hempstead 2nd XI continued their status as a “yo-yo” team as they again returned to Division Three having gone between the two divisions every year since 2004. The other relegated clubs were Kings Langley and Leverstock Green, the latter having been relegated from Division One just two seasons ago.

Radlett seconds remain unbeaten In Division Three, Radlett 2nd XI led the table from virtually start to finish, being one of only three sides to finish the season unbeaten. South African all-rounder Muhammad Akoojee’s 882 runs won him the divisional batting award; his 23 wickets also saw him finish sixth in the bowling list. Jim Chaudry also appeared in both lists with 448 runs and 31 wickets while David Robinson’s 591 runs in 12 innings saw him return to Radlett’s first team after a five-year absence.

Division Three Winners - Radlett II

Cockfosters skipper Matt Fisher began the season with a century in a rain-shortened game at Sawbridgeworth; he ended it leading his side to the runners-up spot and finishing one short of 700 runs for the year. Declan O’Leary finished with a total of 631 while in the bowling department, Tim Haydon, Peter Robinson and Mark Stead took 98 wickets between them.

The division’s bowling record was broken by Totteridge’s Imran Khan, who took 65 wickets in 17 games. He took at least four wickets on no fewer than 13 occasions, but only five or more four times. Their batting was a real team effort; they had six players that scored than 300 runs, although none averaged over 30. Eversholt, who lost only once all season, took the fourth and final promotion place. Nigel Farmer (467), Andrew Litchfield (440) and Doug Muzawazi (411) scored the bulk of the runs while Peter Morgan was their most successful bowler with 34 wickets. They would have taken third place but they lost five points after the result of their final game of the season was reported late. Other outstanding performers included Clarendon all-rounder Gary Wise, who was unable to save his side from relegation despite a personal return of 665 runs and 31 wickets. He also recorded the highest individual score in the Becker Transport Cup, scoring 192 not out in his side’s eight-wicket win over Old Elizabethans – the same match he passed 25,000 runs for the club. For Hatfield, Steve Gale scored 846 runs and Darshan Desai topped the bowling averages, taking 25 wickets at 8.64. Yasir Arafat’s 743 runs and 40 wickets helped St Albans’ 2nd XI finish sixth, 13 points behind their Stevenage counterparts for whom Sayed Ali and Sohail Idress scored 639 and 743 runs respectively. Ian Brown claimed 40 wickets for the Ditchmore Lane outfit, but that was scant consolation for the player who lost both the bowling records he had held at the start of the season for most wickets in Divisions Three and Four.

Statistically strange but true… In terms of the number of statistical quirks that occurred during the season, Division Four was arguably the strangest place to be in 2006. Bishop’s Stortford 2nd XI lost five games, more than any other title-winning team, but their ultra-positive approach paid dividends as they won 12 and drew one of their other 13 matches as they made an immediate return to Division Three. Ben Mason scored 760 runs in his final season at the Cricketfield Lane club, finishing third in the batting averages, two places ahead of Adrian Wacey, who passed the 400 mark along with Sandy Barnard and Tom Chapman, who 86


also claimed 24 wickets. Rickmansworth will start the 2007 season in their fifth different division in as many seasons. After successive relegations in 2003 and 2004, they followed up their capture of the Division Five title in 2005 by finishing runners-up this time around. Josh Brown topped the bowling averages, taking 51 wickets at 12.39 while Dave Allison’s haul of 41 included a season’s best return of 8-24 against Langleybury 2nd XI on 5th August, the day after he got married! Mike Horwood and Gareth Sims scored over 400 runs while Tony Hall was their highestplaced representative in the batting list; in fact he was the only player that appeared not to score a half-century.

Nigel Wray awards the President's Trophy to Ben Mason of Bishop's Stortford

Mark Schumann’s total of 764 runs for third-placed Ickleford was the second-highest in the division and averaged well over 50 along with team-mate Brett Blaker, whose 192 not out against Old Haberdashers was the second-highest individual score of the season (see separate report). The battle for the final promotion place proved very interesting. The fixture computer pitted a last day match between Redbourn and North Mymms 2nd XI, who were third and fifth in the table. Victory for either team would see them promoted, but after Mymms were dismissed for 185, the home side finished short on 180-9 in reply to ensure a stalemate. However, neither team went up as they were both overtaken by London Colney, who celebrated in style after a sensational run-chase against the champions. They were set a testing target after Stortford declared on 260-4 after 48 overs but the home side triumphed by three wickets when Adam Stuart struck the final ball of the match to the boundary. Skipper Matthew Bristow led from front with a superb all-round performance with 459 runs and 32 wickets while Scott Hadley, Phil McLaughlin and Mike Newland also reached the 400-run mark.

Record-breaking efforts in vain The statistics frenzy continued outside the promotion places with both individual batting and bowling records being set in Division Four. However, the clubs of both players in question had disappointing seasons. Chipperfield finished in eighth place despite the superb efforts of Mark Sazenis. The Australian left-arm spinner claimed 79 wickets in 17 games, including a best return of 9-56 against Bushey in which he took the first nine wickets to fall. He also scored 509 runs in the league and in all cricket, completed the “double” of 1,000 runs and 100 wickets. At least his side didn’t get relegated unlike Old Haberdashers, for whom Akash Christian became the fourth player in league history to score 1,000 runs but his early departure in early August coincided with a turndown in his side’s form. Their failure to win any of their last five matches saw them end the season fourth from bottom, although their relegation was not confirmed until after the last round of matches. Christian’s achievements are outlined in greater detail elsewhere in this handbook. But the prize for the season’s biggest statistical oddity involved the batsman that averaged more than any other player in the league but didn’t qualify for any awards. Harshad Rawle of North Mymms 2nd XI scored 783 runs in 10 innings at 195.75, including four centuries and three fifties. As he was only dismissed four times, he fell two short of the minimum qualification of six completed innings and was therefore excluded from the batting averages. However, all his centuries and runs tally, the fourth highest in the division, are all included in the best performance lists for the division. 87


West Herts 2nd XI bounce back with Exiles Two of the bottom four sides in Division Four in 2005 enjoyed improved better fortunes 12 months on as they finished in the top two places in Division Five. Northampton Exiles won the title, finishing 12 points ahead of West Herts’ second string, with both sides winning 11 matches. No fewer than eight different players from the Enfield-based club featured in the averages, with five scoring over 250 runs and three taking more than 20 wickets. Michael Plum was their leading run-scorer with 565 runs while Adrian Browne and Harit Patel finishing second and third in the bowling averages. Over at Park Avenue, Daniel Griffiths and Martin Bailey took 44 and 34 wickets for the Stags, with the former also scoring 288 runs. Their leading scorer, Shaun Farrell, comfortably finished inside the top 10 batting list while Mike Hodges, Dan Grahame and Duncan Kendal all contributed useful runs. Radlett 3rd XI missed out on promotion by just three points in 2005, but shrugged off that disappointment as they finished third place this time. Dominic Ingram was comfortably their leading run-scorer, his total of 525 being nearly double that of nearest challenger Paul Windmill (269) while Brian Dummer took 46 wickets. Cavendish also went up, but the best individual performances came from lower down the division. Paul Hewitt shattered the division’s batting record for Holtwhites Trinibis, finishing 24 short of the magical 1,000 while team-mate Kevin Burgess also enjoyed a fantastic year, scoring 763 runs at 50.87. These two players were separated in the averages by James Peacock of Baldock Town, whose total of 766 runs included three centuries and two fifties. He carried on his superb form from 2005 (he scored 753 runs when his side were relegated from Division Four) and at times proved a very destructive player. The division’s top all-rounder was Deepak Kumaar of OId Owens, whose 699 runs and 45 wickets weren’t enough to get his side promoted as they eventually finished sixth. At the other end of the table, Asif Hussein took 50 wickets for the second season running to help Hatch End avoid relegation. His side finished on the same points with Millhillians 2nd XI, for whom Stefano Da’re of Millhillians topped the bowling averages, taking 21 wickets at 11.78.

Old Albanian 2nd XI stay unbeaten Old Albanian 2nd XI didn’t lose a game in Division Six, and they topped the table after they won 10 and drew five of their 15 completed matches. Tariq Hassan was their star all-rounder, scoring 338 runs and taking 40 wickets while their other main contributors were Stephen Cresswell (437 runs) and Phillippus Van Niekerk (24 wickets). They were the only side to be guaranteed promotion going into the last round of matches as 26 points separated the four sides that were fighting for the remaining three spots. Watton-at-Stone lost more games than any other promoted team in the league but their eighth win of the campaign, a two-wicket victory over Kings Langley 2nd XI, earned them the runnersup spot. Brad Williams was the only player in the division to feature in the top 10 of both batting and bowling averages. He took 30 wickets along with the 711 runs that which made him the leading run-scorer. Ollie Dalrymple scored over 400 while Chris Harvey and Mark Cakebread took 39 wickets apiece. Cockfosters 2nd XI lost their last game to Hertford 3rd XI by 25 runs, being dismissed for 213 after their hosts had scored 238-9 after being put in to bat. The nine bonus points they accrued from the game were enough for them to secure third place. John Stead and Richie Sumner averaged over 40 with the bat and Matt Hillier took 24 wickets. .

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Leverstock seconds go up again Leverstock Green 2nd XI began the final day in fourth place, six points ahead of Radlett 4th XI, who faced a tough last day to Old Albanian, who still needed the win to make sure of the title. With UCA having pulled out of the league earlier in the season, the odd number of teams in the division meant the Bedmond Road outfit did not have a game in the final weekend, having already completed their matches. All they could do was hope their Albanian counterparts could do them a massive favour, and that was exactly what transpired as they ran out nine-wicket winners after they dismissed Radlett for 89. With the visitors picking up just one point, this meant Leverstock’s second string went up for the second year running while the Cobden Hill club were denied a clean sweep of promotions. Their outstanding performer was James Eyre, who contributed 543 runs and 47 wickets while Charles Randall averaged a shade under 40 in compiling 470 runs. At the other end of the table, Hitchin 2nd XI escaped the drop following a sensational win in their local derby with Letchworth 3rd XI in their last game. After electing to bat first, they collapsed from 120-2 to 174 all out, Devon Woolley top-scoring with 55. Although Letchworth had 57 overs to chase the runs, they were shot out for just 95 with Ian Goddard taking 7-14, his best spell of the season, to end with 33 wickets for the campaign. Hitchin’s win sent down Little Berkhamsted Sahibs, who lost to Abbots Langley by 28 runs. Elsewhere, Rupert Pyrah took 48 wickets for Potters Bar 3rd XI but Mark Butler won the bowling award, taking 26 wickets at 9.23 for Totteridge 2nd XI. David Houghton of Kings Langley 2nd XI topped the batting averages also took 29 wickets into the bargain, while team-mate Duane Smith scored a century and took a hat-trick against Preston 2nd XI on 2nd September. It is believed he is the first Kings Langley player to achieve these two feats in the same match.

Berkhamsted, Ware enjoy improved fortunes The story in Division Seven was similar to Division Five as the top two sides won promotion back to the higher division from where they had been relegated in 2005. Berkhamsted 2nd XI took the honours ahead of Ware, finishing 18 points clear although both teams won 12 matches. David Sherjan provided Berko’s main contribution with 436 runs and 40 wickets while Steve Tougher scored 336 runs. The division’s top 10 averages were dominated by players from Ware, who had three in the batting list and four in the bowling. William Jones had the honour of appearing in both lists – it wasn’t surprising he was the team’s leading run-scorer and wicket-taker. John Schlaepfer and Matt Gilewicz finished just below Jones in the batting; both players scored over 300 runs along with Wayne Langton. Jon Pettit, Darren Patel and Troy Forrest took a combined 72 wickets although one beat the tally of 32 by Jones, who also scored 493 runs. The division’s top wicket-taker was Steve Dight, whose 42 victims helped Northchurch 2nd XI to third place, a year after they had missed out on promotion by a single point. Their leading batsman, Adam Hayes, was excluded from the averages despite scoring 499 runs at 99.80 – he was only dismissed five times, one short of the minimum requirement. However, he would not have won the division’s batting award. Indian all-rounder Karon Goel played just nine matches for fourth-placed Watford 2nd XI but scored 646 runs at 107.66 and took 34 wickets at 9.88. He missed out on the awards double as he finished second in the bowling averages behind Nader Bawani of Old Cholmeleians 2nd XI. Goel will be returning to the club in 2007 as their first team overseas player. Also I have to congratulate the star of last year’s league handbook, Chris Mountain, who submitted the averages for Eversholt 2nd XI in record time, just four hours after the season ended. 89


His team had just defeated basement side North Enfield 2nd XI to avoid relegation by four points. They stayed up at the expense of their counterparts at Old Finchleians 2nd XI, who were demoted for the third year running.

Every little thing they did was magic There was no doubting the team achievement of the year, the decade and in the entire history of the Herts League. Metropolitan Police (Bushey) became the first side to win every game in a season with a perfect record of 18 wins in 18 matches in Division Eight. In winning their second successive title, they have now gone two complete seasons without losing a game – a phenomenal record. Arguably their most important win came on 27th May when they beat Monken Hadley by seven wickets. The game lasted just 24 overs, of which they needed nine of them to win having dismissed the visitors for 37. Nothing so remarkable I hear you cry, except it was the only match to be played in all 13 divisions in the league on that rain-affected weekend. Captain Gareth Thomason averaged 104.33 as he amassed 939 runs to easily break the divisional batting record set by Northchurch 2nd XI’s Andy Wright in 2004. Laurence Holmes scored 419 runs and Steve Long hit 363 to add to the 63 wickets he claimed as he finished top of the bowling averages. It was the second year running that Thomason and Long had won major awards; they won the same trophies in 2005 when their side won the Division Nine title. They finished a whopping 172 points clear of runners-up London Colney 2nd XI, for whom batsmen Paul Seymour and Jonathan Jenkins averaged over 50 and all-rounder Trevor Ray scored 462 runs and took 28 wickets. Northwood Town 2nd XI took third spot thanks in part to Ben Rawson-Jones’ all-round performance of 526 runs and 20 wickets. Craig Newman and Phil Carter scored over 300 runs while Neal Furmenger, Adam Hills and Dave Harding all took more than 20 wickets. The final promotion place went to Redbourn 2nd XI, whose leading performers included Anthony Mauder, who scored 475 runs and Daniel Darvell, whose 30 wickets cost under 14 runs each. Elsewhere, Orville Batson scored 646 runs for Weston while David Rogers of Flamstead claimed 33 wickets.

Rosedale rewarded by team ethic Waltham Cross Rosedale 2nd XI’s players didn’t feature prominently in the Division Nine averages but this didn’t matter a jot as they suffered just one defeat on their way to winning the title. Only Colin Winter made the top 10 batting list, while the bowling triumvirate of Kay Patel, Barrie Roberts and Jack Patel, who took 79 wickets between them, all failed to make the upper echelons. But winning leagues is all about team-work and tables do not lie at the end of the season. Runners-up Shenley Village 2nd XI provided the division’s leading run-scorer, Bubs Willingham (686 runs) and wicketWaltham Cross Rosedale celebrate the Division Nine title taker in Kevin Wood, who finished fifth in the bowling averages ahead of Steve Scott and Tom Evans who also featured in the top 10. Also promoted were Old Owens 2nd XI, whose best performers were Ken Rowswell (337 runs) and William Van Der Maat (20 wickets) 90


and Harpenden 4th XI, whose skipper Mike Hughes scored 653 runs. If there was an award for the unluckiest team of the season, one of the leading contenders would be Sawbridgeworth 3rd XI. They suffered a record seven “no result” games, including five complete washouts, four of which came in successive weeks between 12th August and 2nd September. This unwanted record scuppered their promotion hopes but they had three bowlers in the top seven of the averages. Gary Parish took 30 wickets at 9.60 runs apiece to win the bowling award while Nigel Rouse (26 wickets) and Chris Pask (22) finished third and seventh respectively. At the other end of the table, Mike Davis won the batting award; his 580 runs at 82.86 helping Bayford and Hertford 2nd XI avoid relegation while Brian Stephenson enjoyed another good season for Allenburys, scoring three runs fewer in three more innings.

Two in a row for Bragbury In winning the Division Ten title, Bragbury clinched a second successive promotion after finishing runners-up in Division Eleven in 2005. Martin Fisher and Graham Clarke scored over 400 runs while they had four bowlers that took 20 wickets or more, Paul Titterington leading the way with 29. Hugo Matcham’s total of 751 runs for runners-up Old Cholmeleians 2nd XI set a new divisional record, but it was compatriot Andrew Clowes that won the batting award, averaging over 97 as he finished 16 shy of 600. The efforts of John Zani and Dom Gibberd yielded 88 wickets, with Zani’s total of 56 being easily the highest in the division. They won their final game of the season by 92 runs at the expense of Baldock 2nd XI, for whom eight bonus points in that game were enough for them to finish third with Richard Waters scoring 483 runs and Mark Lewis taking 39 wickets. Parkfield and Headstone’s final day 10-wicket thrashing of Dunstable 4th XI saw them take fourth place at the expense of Cockfosters 3rd XI, who finished five points adrift after they lost to Clifton 2nd XI by 13 runs. It was a double celebration for Parkfield’s Craig Rivers who won the bowling award, taking 32 wickets at 7.88 with Armand Nel finishing third in the same list. Elsewhere, Cockfosters’ Geoff Williams scored 649 runs, 12 fewer than Simon Dare who enjoyed another good season for Chorleywood 3rd XI.

Barker leads the way for new boys New boys Offley and Stopsley enjoyed a dream debut as they won the Division Eleven championship in their first season in the Herts League. They lost only one of their 17 completed matches as they won the title by a comfortable 38 points. Richie Barker starred with bat and ball, scoring 498 runs and topped the bowling averages with 35 wickets. Dan Jordan proved an equally effective all-rounder, taking 26 wickets and scoring 425 runs at an average of 106.25. Like several other players, he did not appear in the batting list after only being dismissed four times, one short of the five completed innings required for this division. Mo Chaudry scored 448 runs while Gareth Mathewson, Colin Keeley and Matthew Freeman also claimed more than 20 wickets. The runners-up pennant went to Potters Bar 4th XI, for whom another player called Barker played a key role in their success. This time it was Dean who contributed 392 runs and 23 wickets, and appeared in the top 10 batting along with John Lewis and Julian Brauer, the latter also taking 20 wickets. Also promoted were the third XI’s of Shenley Village and West Herts, both of whom emulated the performances of their second teams in progressing to higher divisions. The Shenley duo of Ross Thurston and Bob Sangaran scored over 500 runs with Stephen Elliott taking 35 wickets, 91


with West Herts’ leading performers including Sohail Bashir (345 runs) and Mike Annakin (25 wickets). Kings Langley 3rd XI missed out on promotion by a single point as their four-wicket win over Sawbridgeworth 4th XI counted for nothing as the Park Avenue side had easily thrashed already-promoted Potters Bar by seven wickets, dismissing their opponents for just 77. The division’s leading batsman was Nadeem Siddiqui, whose total of 605 runs was four ahead of Mark Baskett of Frogmore, while Hertford 4th XI missed out on a third successive promotion despite the heroics of Eric Riddle (595 runs and 23 wickets). St Margaretsbury 3rd XI avoided the drop thanks to a narrow 15-run win over Old Albanian 3rd XI in their final game and they had further reason to celebrate when Ian Wicks won the batting award after scoring 436 runs in just seven innings. Dave Rhodes took 54 wickets for Southgate Compton 2nd XI while Steve Clarke’s tally of 48 for Metropolitan Police (Bushey) 2nd XI included a “perfect all 10” against Sawbridgeworth 4th XI, who despite finishing in a relegation position, stayed up due to withdrawals higher up the league.

Incredible partnership secures title Having already secured top spot in Division Twelve, Radlett 5th XI rounded off their campaign in style with a 74-run win over North Mymms 4th XI in their final game. In the end, the margin of victory was comfortable but the odds of a Radlett win looked highly unlikely as they collapsed to 77-9 before number nine Shabbir Foyez was joined by last man Keerthi Sirimanne. A significant stand looked unlikely between the two players, one of whom is a bowler who bats a bit while the latter’s last serious knock was over two decades ago. It proved to be the stuff of fairytales as they took full advantage of some dropped catches with a stunning performance. The pair added 121 for the last wicket in just 25 overs with Foyez hitting 10 fours in his innings of 66 while Sirimanne finished unbeaten on 48, having struck a six and four fours. Their last wicket partnership was certainly a record for Radlett 5th XI, most probably a club record and possibly a league record for any division (if anyone knows of a higher 10th wicket stand, please let us know!). Vikram Rajput’s side eventually won the match by 74 runs as Mymms were bowled out for 124 with Neil Lederman’s figures of 5-31 helping him to the top of the division’s bowling averages. After all that excitement, it would be easy to forget that three other teams were promoted. The division’s leading wicket-taker was Jim Byatt, who took 39 wickets for runners-up Waltham Cross Rosedale 3rd XI for whom Jerry Pearce and Adam Travers scored over 300 runs. Of the 19 bowlers that featured in the division’s bowling averages, no less than five finished with 25 wickets including Trevor Radcliffe of Hemel Hempstead 5th XI, who finished third ahead of Old Camdenians 3rd XI. Mark Terry’s total of 613 runs for North Mymms 4th XI set a new record for the division while Flamstead 2nd XI just missed out on promotion despite Sam Sheppard contributing 311 runs and 17 wickets. The top three of the batting averages was completed by Datchworth 3rd XI’s Steve King and Jack Mitchell of Stevenage 4th XI, who scored 434 and 450 runs respectively.

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Debutants dominate bottom division Three of the four teams that won promotion from Division Thirteen only joined the league at the start of the season. Reed 3rd XI won the title, accumulating 13 more bonus points than Hatfield Crusaders 2nd XI, both teams having an identical playing record. Alan Ward’s 227 runs for Reed was easily the highest total in the division with his colleagues Neil Heslam and David Hill took 17 and 12 wickets respectively. They finished adrift of the division’s wickettaker, Clive Starr who claimed 18 scalps for the Crusaders, whose leading batsmen were Amresh Sawant (204 runs) and Bob Connor (160).

Reed III - Division Thirteen Winners

Cockfosters 4th XI completed this trio of successful new teams as they finished fourth with Richard Blaby taking 15 wickets while the exception in this quartet were Letchworth 5th XI. They took third place with Daniel Burley and Steve Lubbe claiming a one-two at the top of the bowling averages.

And finally … The 2007 ICC World Cup was just four days old when former Hoddesdon all-rounder Daan Van Bunge became the first bowler in the 36-year history of limited-overs internationals to concede six sixes in an over. In the previous 2,536 matches played since 1971, the previous highest number of runs off an over had been 30, achieved by Sri Lankan opening batsman Sanath Jayasuriya on two separate occasions. However, in the Group A match played at St Kitts on 16th March, South Africa’s Herschelle Gibbs showed no mercy to the Dutch leg-spinner on his way to scoring 72 from 40 deliveries. The first ball went over long-on, the next two through long-off; the fourth was smashed to deep mid-wicket and the fifth to wide long-off. The final ball went the same way as the fourth delivery and Gibbs had re-written the one-day record books. Van Bunge joins an exclusive club, as only two other bowlers have conceded six sixes in an over in the professional game. Malcolm Nash was the first, being despatched by Nottinghamshire’s Sir Garfield Sobers at Swansea in 1968. He was joined on the list in 1984-85 by Tilak Raj, who was the bowler when Shastri equalled the feat for Bombay against Boroda. Meanwhile, the competition’s surprise package, Ireland, were also represented by Herts League players with Millhillians duo William Porterfield and Kevin O’Brien playing their part as they qualified for the Super Eight stage at the expense of Pakistan. As thoughts turn towards the 2007 Herts League campaign, if it is even half as eventful as the first week of the World Cup (on the field at least), it should be an absolute cracker. Whether it lives up to this expectation, is down to you, the players. Enjoy your season. Richard M. White Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Statistician 93


Millhillians captain, Andrew Blincoe, receives the Division One Trophy from Graham Gooch and Mark Sinderberry

Dunstable - Division Two Winners (Photo: David Skinner) 94


Radlett II - Division Three Winners

Northampton Exiles - Division Five Winners 95


Old Albanian II - Division Six Winners

Bragbury - Division Ten Winners 96


Offley & Stopsley - Division Eleven Winners

Radlett V - Division Twelve Winners 97


Division One

League Tables 2006

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

Millhillians Harpenden St Albans Langleybury Hitchin Letchworth Luton Town & Indians St Margaretsbury Berkhamsted Northwood

18 9 5 3 1 43 54 377 18 7 4 5 2 49 38 316 18 6 5 4 3 48 56 313 18 7 4 5 2 29 56 306 18 5 7 2 4 41 67 298 18 4 9 3 2 77 74 291 18 6 5 5 2 28 57 285 18 5 4 6 3 43 54 272 18 4 2 10 2 50 58 243 18 3 0 13 2 24 44 175

Division Two

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Division Four

Dunstable 19 14 0 3 2 4 22 466 Bishop's Stortford 19 12 1 3 3 6 24 415 Ampthill Town 19 8 6 2 3 44 54 366 Old Albanian 19 8 4 3 4 40 37 352 Watford Town 19 8 4 5 2 31 57 348 Knebworth Park II 19 6 5 3 5 55 52 332 Reed 19 7 4 5 3 30 50 320 Potters Bar II 19 7 3 7 2 42 48 320 Northwood Town 19 6 1 8 4 37 57 311 Broxbourne 19 6 4 8 1 50 70 310 Welwyn Garden City II 19 4 8 3 4 64 76 300 Flitwick 19 6 3 7 3 38 50 298 Northchurch 19 5 4 7 3 70 43 293 Old Finchleians 19 6 1 10 2 41 50 291 Abbots Langley 19 6 3 8 2 20 70 290 Preston 19 5 6 4 4 42 56 288 Kings Langley 19 3 8 4 4 59 70 259 Leverstock Green 19 1 6 8 4 55 79 194 Hemel Hempstead II 19 3 4 10 2 18 67 190 Chorleywood 19 0 5 13 1 65 78 153

Division Three

Radlett II Cockfosters Totteridge Eversholt Stevenage II St Albans II Harpenden II Waltham X Rosedale Hatfield Dunstable II Letchworth II Southgate Adelaide Hoddesdon II Sawbridgeworth II Wheathampstead Botany Bay Datchworth Hertford II Clarendon Wormley

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

Bishop's Stortford II Rickmansworth Ickleford London Colney Redbourn North Enfield North Mymms II Chipperfield County Hall Shenley Village Bayford & Hertford Clifton Old Elizabethans Potton Town Bushey Ampthill Town II Old Haberdashers Northwood II Langleybury II Cheshunt

19 12 1 5 1 42 31 443 19 11 0 5 3 11 37 408 19 8 4 3 4 44 48 372 19 9 4 2 4 23 24 357 19 7 7 2 3 52 60 352 19 8 1 7 3 27 53 350 19 8 3 5 3 29 49 348 19 7 7 3 2 51 55 336 19 6 4 7 2 68 66 334 19 5 9 2 3 65 83 328 19 6 5 6 2 52 58 310 19 5 3 7 4 50 53 288 19 6 1 9 3 32 44 286 19 4 4 9 2 91 55 286 19 5 3 7 4 48 52 285 19 5 2 8 4 38 50 273 19 4 3 9 3 48 49 244 19 4 3 11 1 65 49 244 19 4 3 9 3 45 43 238 19 3 3 11 2 59 56 225

Division Five

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

Division Six

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

Northampton Exiles 18 11 3 2 2 21 29 400 West Herts II 18 11 4 2 1 11 37 388 Radlett III 18 8 4 3 3 44 51 365 Cavendish 18 8 5 2 3 41 53 364 Luton Town & Indians II 18 8 4 4 2 20 50 325 Knebworth Park III 18 6 3 4 5 36 43 309 Old Owens 18 6 1 7 4 37 47 304 Hertingfordbury 18 7 4 4 3 24 36 300 Holtwhites Trinibis 18 5 5 6 2 57 62 289 Harpenden III 18 5 6 6 1 70 56 281 Hatfield Hyde * 18 5 4 5 3 17 63 280 St Albans West Indian 18 5 4 5 4 36 47 273 Baldock 18 6 3 8 1 24 56 270 Hatch End 18 5 3 8 2 46 69 264 Millhillians II 18 5 3 8 2 29 65 264 Sandridge 18 4 2 10 2 52 72 254 St Margaretsbury II 18 5 3 8 2 41 39 245 Hemel Hempstead III 18 2 2 12 2 46 69 195 Chorleywood II * 18 2 3 10 2 25 48 153

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

19 11 6 0 2 34 47 431 19 11 2 4 2 27 41 418 19 9 4 4 2 42 62 394 19 9 6 1 3 50 46 391 19 8 5 2 4 54 44 378 19 10 3 5 1 27 30 365 19 6 7 2 4 72 62 354 19 6 2 8 3 55 59 324 19 6 7 3 3 53 54 317 19 7 3 8 1 40 50 310 19 5 4 5 5 66 47 308 19 6 3 7 3 50 46 306 19 5 2 9 3 62 56 298 19 5 5 6 3 37 71 288 19 4 2 10 3 54 63 267 19 4 2 10 3 54 62 266 19 3 6 7 3 76 67 263 19 4 1 11 3 47 59 256 19 4 5 8 2 55 53 248 19 1 1 14 3 40 65 165

Old Albanian II 18 10 5 0 3 16 26 372 Watton-at-Stone 18 8 3 6 1 35 69 354 Cockfosters II 18 8 2 4 4 31 36 347 Leverstock Green II 18 7 4 5 2 29 59 318 Southgate Compton 18 7 4 5 2 23 61 314 Radlett IV 18 5 7 4 2 72 71 313 Totteridge II 18 8 2 4 4 13 26 309 Potters Bar III 18 7 3 4 4 20 31 301 Abbots Langley II 18 6 5 6 1 40 67 297 Parkfield & Headstone 18 5 3 7 3 38 64 281 Hertford III 18 6 5 6 1 24 54 268 Kings Langley II 18 4 7 4 3 58 60 268 Preston II * 18 4 6 3 4 24 58 262 Old Camdenians 18 4 3 9 2 54 55 249 Boxmoor * 18 3 4 6 4 49 62 246 Letchworth III 18 3 5 5 5 45 57 242 Hitchin II 18 4 5 5 4 24 56 240 Little B. Sahibs 18 3 3 9 3 39 59 218 Hexton 18 1 0 11 6 18 69 112 * includes 20 points for tied match

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Division Seven

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

Division Eight

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

Berkhamsted II 19 12 2 3 2 26 30 436 Ware 19 12 1 3 3 11 17 418 Northchurch II 19 10 3 4 2 30 42 392 Watford Town II 19 10 3 4 2 30 33 383 Broxbourne II * 19 8 2 5 3 42 37 369 Reed II 19 8 4 5 2 39 52 351 Welwyn Garden City III 19 9 3 5 2 23 36 349 Hatfield Crusaders 19 6 6 4 3 60 63 333 St Albans III 19 8 0 8 3 11 38 319 Flitwick II 19 6 5 6 2 58 65 318 Old Cholmeleians * 19 7 2 5 4 16 31 307 Hoddesdon III 19 5 2 8 4 50 45 275 Elstree ยง 19 8 2 7 2 23 30 273 Southgate Adelaide II 19 5 4 7 3 20 55 255 Graveley 19 6 0 10 3 13 34 247 Holtwhites Trinibis II 19 5 4 6 4 16 38 244 Tewin 19 3 4 10 2 55 79 244 Eversholt II 19 3 3 9 4 52 53 235 Old Finchleians II 19 3 2 11 3 32 79 231 North Enfield II 19 1 1 15 2 28 51 124

Met Police Bushey London Colney II Northwood Town II Redbourn II Knebworth Park IV Rickmansworth II Flamstead Dunstable III Hemel Hempstead IV Hatfield II County Hall II Weston Clarendon II Wheathampstead II Wormley II Botany Bay II Chipperfield II Monken Hadley Langleybury III

Division Nine

Waltham X Rosedale II Shenley Village II Old Owens II Harpenden IV Bushey II Ickleford Cricketers Old Camdenians II Sawbridgeworth III Datchworth II Stevenage III Cheshunt II Bentley Heath Sandridge II North Mymms III Greenwood Park Allenburys Old Haberdashers II Hatch End II Bayford & Hertford II Potton Town II

Division Ten

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

Division Eleven

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

Bragbury 19 12 1 2 4 3 13 416 Old Cholmeleians II 19 11 2 4 2 18 32 400 Baldock II 19 10 2 5 2 16 36 372 Parkfield & Headstone II 19 10 1 3 5 13 14 367 Cockfosters III 19 8 5 2 4 44 38 362 Harpenden Dolphins 19 9 2 5 3 16 28 344 Northwood III 19 8 2 7 2 28 42 330 Ickleford II 19 6 4 6 3 63 48 321 Old Elizabethans II * 19 5 7 5 1 71 66 317 Luton Town & Indians III 19 6 4 6 3 44 55 309 Boxmoor II 19 6 4 7 2 44 44 288 Letchworth IV 19 6 4 6 3 39 41 280 Clifton II 19 5 6 6 2 41 69 280 Knebworth Park V 19 4 5 7 3 44 67 261 Elstree II 19 4 7 7 1 57 63 250 Chorleywood III 19 5 3 8 3 31 47 248 Abbots Langley III 19 3 6 6 4 40 66 236 Dunstable IV * 19 3 4 10 1 39 65 219 St Albans IV 19 5 1 12 1 23 40 183 Hatfield Hyde II 19 1 2 13 3 38 65 163

18 18 0 0 0 0 0 540 18 9 1 5 3 29 39 368 18 8 4 3 3 49 39 358 18 9 2 5 2 27 36 353 18 7 4 2 5 37 43 335 18 8 3 3 4 19 32 330 18 8 3 5 2 23 44 327 18 7 4 6 1 52 52 324 18 7 2 7 2 21 38 289 18 6 3 7 2 21 59 280 18 6 1 9 2 27 29 256 18 4 5 5 4 42 47 249 18 5 0 8 5 13 28 241 18 5 3 7 3 15 41 213 18 4 3 9 2 23 54 212 18 2 6 8 2 53 68 201 18 4 1 10 3 16 32 193 18 4 0 14 0 4 62 176 18 3 1 11 3 21 42 163

Offley & Stopsley 19 12 4 1 2 26 38 444 Potters Bar IV 19 11 2 3 3 18 28 406 Shenley Village III 19 11 3 4 1 23 39 402 West Herts III 19 11 1 5 2 16 31 392 Kings Langley III 19 10 3 3 3 30 31 391 Northampton Exiles II 19 10 3 4 2 24 23 367 Hertford IV 19 7 3 5 4 37 47 324 Frogmore 19 7 3 5 4 35 36 321 Met Police Bushey II 19 6 7 4 2 51 56 307 Leverstock Green III 19 6 5 4 4 38 41 299 Welwyn Garden City IV 19 5 4 7 3 32 69 281 Southgate Compton II 19 5 2 9 3 37 69 281 Broxbourne III 19 5 2 10 2 38 68 266 Hertingfordbury II 19 3 4 10 2 86 60 246 Old Albanian III 19 4 5 7 3 42 51 243 Southgate Adelaide III 19 6 0 9 4 10 35 240 St Margaretsbury III 19 4 1 10 4 33 32 225 Rickmansworth III 19 4 3 10 2 19 66 215 Sawbridgeworth IV 19 2 1 14 2 51 72 198 Hexton II 19 3 3 8 5 0 39 144

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

Division Twelve

19 12 4 1 2 26 23 429 19 12 1 3 3 10 20 415 19 10 3 4 2 31 39 390 19 9 5 2 3 50 37 387 19 8 3 4 4 41 38 359 19 8 5 3 3 42 39 341 19 7 1 9 2 38 56 324 19 5 4 2 7 38 39 317 19 7 2 4 5 7 23 310 19 6 1 9 3 34 52 296 19 6 4 7 2 23 66 289 19 4 8 4 3 55 67 272 19 6 1 9 3 24 43 267 19 6 4 7 2 30 36 266 19 6 1 11 1 30 45 265 19 4 5 5 5 48 43 256 19 2 3 9 5 70 77 242 19 5 0 12 2 30 47 237 19 3 3 9 4 35 43 198 19 1 2 13 3 4 43 102

Radlett V Waltham X Rosedale III Hemel Hempstead V Old Camdenians III Flamstead II Stevenage IV Ware II North Mymms IV Tewin II Botany Bay III Datchworth III Knebworth Park VI Watton-at-Stone II Old Owens III Met Police Bushey III Monken Hadley II Wormley III

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

16 12 1 1 2 12 16 408 16 11 1 2 2 6 17 373 16 9 1 4 2 13 21 324 16 7 3 4 2 32 42 304 16 7 1 5 3 18 30 288 16 5 3 5 3 49 50 279 16 6 2 3 5 12 35 277 16 4 3 8 1 49 69 248 16 6 3 6 1 19 52 241 16 4 6 3 3 22 56 228 16 4 4 6 2 30 51 216 16 6 0 8 2 1 29 210 16 4 4 6 2 32 45 207 16 3 2 7 4 12 37 169 16 2 0 10 4 16 44 160 16 5 1 9 1 14 22 156 16 2 1 10 3 23 43 126

Division Thirteen P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

Reed III 11 7 1 2 1 18 15 253 Hatfield Crusaders II 11 7 1 2 1 7 13 240 Letchworth V 11 7 2 1 1 12 17 239 Cockfosters IV 11 6 2 2 1 11 27 228 Potters Bar V * 11 6 0 3 1 0 11 211 Luton Town & Indians IV 11 5 1 3 2 10 23 193 Hatfield III 11 4 1 5 1 20 39 189 Northampton Exiles III 11 4 0 6 1 11 42 183 Chiltern 06 11 2 0 7 2 8 30 118 Bentley Heath II * 11 2 0 7 1 1 33 114 North Enfield III 11 1 1 7 2 2 34 76 Sawbridgeworth V 11 1 1 7 2 0 13 33

* includes 20 points for tied match ยง Elstree where relegated from Division 7 for playing unregistered players and failing to complete Team Sheets in line with League rules.

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Home Counties Premier League 2006 Division 1

Slough High Wycombe Henley Finchampstead Falkland Banbury Reading Oxford Tring Park West Herts

Division 2 East

Radlett Stevenage Welwyn Garden City Potters Bar North Mymms Hertford Sawbridgeworth Hemel Hempstead Hoddesdon Knebworth Park

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

Division 2 West

18 12 1 2 3 4 13 337 18 9 4 3 1 7 27 289 18 5 3 5 4 19 42 232 18 4 8 5 1 33 68 231 18 5 3 6 4 23 36 217 18 3 8 4 3 24 68 209 18 3 5 7 3 31 65 204 18 3 6 7 2 30 69 203 18 4 4 6 4 16 48 200 18 4 4 7 3 22 44 195

Farnham Royal Gerrards Cross Kidlington Beaconsfield Thame Town Burnham Wokingham Basingstoke & NH North Maidenhead Bicester & NO

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

18 10 4 3 1 20 44 332 18 10 3 3 2 11 23 305 18 7 4 3 4 18 34 256 18 7 2 6 3 12 36 247 18 7 1 7 3 13 36 245 18 5 5 6 2 27 62 236 18 5 3 6 4 20 52 230 18 5 3 7 3 20 39 211 18 4 5 8 1 29 60 205 18 1 2 12 3 22 55 123

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

18 10 1 4 3 13 23 310 18 9 4 3 2 18 39 306 18 9 4 3 2 16 32 297 18 8 3 6 1 22 45 282 18 7 2 8 1 18 34 239 18 5 9 3 1 30 51 239 18 5 2 8 3 19 41 208 18 4 2 9 3 19 60 202 18 3 3 10 2 28 52 176 18 3 3 10 2 21 49 164

Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League

League Presentation Dinner Beales Hotel, Hatfield Friday 5th October 2007 7.30pm for 8.00pm

MC Roger Dakin Esq

Full details will be sent to all clubs in July For tickets contact Ian Lawless Tel: 0208 441 0723 100


Divisional Averages 2006 Division One

M Hobley Northchurch 14 3 340 70* 30.91 D Pearce Northchurch 16 1 454 110* 30.27 R Doling Northwood Town 12 1 321 79 29.18 B Warner Abbots Langley 15 3 343 65* 28.58 K Manzoor Watford 15 1 392 77 28.00 J Bailey Broxbourne 14 1 361 74* 27.77 M Cox Northchurch 14 0 384 70 27.43 C Dawson Broxbourne 18 1 465 94 27.35 S J Watts Dunstable 17 0 348 67* 26.77 S Prodger Watford 14 0 370 76 26.43 R Ahluwalia Northwood Town 13 0 336 72 25.85 Darshan Depala Old Finchleians 16 3 337 65* 25.92 C Smith Abbots Langley 14 1 335 53 25.76 J Hart Flitwick 16 1 381 71 25.40 D Carlisle Abbots Langley 14 2 301 53* 25.08 M Curtis Reed 15 0 365 68 24.33 A H Rehman Old Albanian 14 1 311 70 23.92 M Petchell Hemel Hempstead II 15 2 307 77 23.62 I R Potton Hemel Hempstead II 15 2 305 58* 23.46 M Bartholomew Dunstable 16 0 371 67 23.19 J L Smithers Old Albanian 14 1 301 68 23.15 P Gurney Flitwick 16 1 324 60 21.60 C Depala Old Finchleians 18 2 345 70* 21.56 Ritesh Depala Old Finchleians 16 1 313 89* 20.87 Bowling Clubname Overs M Runs Wkts Ave. N D Hughes Bishop’s Stortford 70.2 15 243 25 9.72 S J Watts Dunstable 182.4 48 518 46 11.22 C Foster Abbots Langley 116 35 307 27 11.37 C Degnan Ampthill Town 126.1 28 411 35 11.74 S J Lindop Bishop’s Stortford 156.3 39 504 37 13.62 D Bushnell Northwood Town 111.3 26 384 28 13.71 M Dunstone Abbots Langley 103 11 359 26 13.80 D Salt Ampthill Town 146.2 41 430 31 13.87 Kazim Naqvi Northwood Town 95 27 278 20 13.90 R Premadasa Bishop’s Stortford 96 32 382 27 14.15 M Ellis Flitwick 158.4 41 489 33 14.82 B Matthews Dunstable 100 19 317 21 15.10 B Dwyer Northwood Town 194.5 37 636 40 15.90 D Tyson Leverstock Green 97.3 17 382 24 15.92 J R Turner Knebworth Park II 125.4 39 362 22 16.45 J P McGill Welwyn Garden City II 130 31 347 21 16.52 Darshan Depala Old Finchleians 167 27 555 33 16.82 P Freebery Hemel Hempstead II 119.1 20 420 24 17.50 M Moffett Broxbourne 141.5 20 523 29 18.03 A Munir Watford 110.4 20 422 23 18.35 P Tidey Reed 242.2 59 754 39 19.33 B Klosterman Leverstock Green 157.4 36 490 25 19.60 M Waters Preston 230.5 53 731 37 19.76 S Bridgewater Welwyn Garden City II 175.3 31 662 33 20.06 M Berks Reed 114.4 13 485 24 20.21 Chamikra Mudalinge Watford 241.5 46 851 42 20.26 M Petchell Hemel Hempstead II 138 20 510 25 20.40 Muzhar Iqbal Welwyn Garden City II 163 45 534 26 20.54 T R Preest Old Albanian 177.1 31 583 28 20.82 K Manzoor Watford 173.5 30 640 30 21.33 M Smith Broxbourne 144.4 25 449 21 21.38 R Jadanauth Kings Langley 193 59 580 27 21.48 K Padalia Knebworth Park II 124.4 17 362 22 21.48 A M Jones Old Albanian 133 25 505 23 21.96 M Taylor Potters Bar II 214.5 58 653 28 23.30 C James Kings Langley 120.4 20 574 24 23.92 C Broughton Northchurch 156.1 14 663 27 24.55 B Warner Abbots Langley 159 34 572 23 24.86 N J Rice Chorleywood 205.5 43 697 27 25.81 A Young Reed 174.5 32 671 25 26.84 A C Rhodes Broxbourne 209 50 729 21 34.71

Batting Clubname Inns NO Runs HS Ave. Shahzad Malik Langleybury 10 1 652 118 72.44 Iroshan de Silva Harpenden 15 4 761 160 69.18 B S Wilson St Margaretsbury 16 3 844 134* 64.92 D Dawson Millhillians 16 4 769 139 64.08 S March Letchworth 15 4 672 87 61.09 Zeeshan Butt St Albans 15 0 795 136 53.00 M Howard Harpenden 15 2 526 75 40.46 R Walsh Letchworth 17 3 562 82 40.14 J Hilliard Letchworth 14 5 525 65 37.50 P Edwards Millhillians 13 4 334 61 37.11 D Murphy St Margaretsbury 12 1 398 94* 36.18 C A Millwood Hitchin 14 1 467 102 35.92 A Hicks Hitchin 9 0 318 54 35.33 M Herring Berkhamsted 14 1 446 112* 34.31 G Jones Millhillians 15 2 414 85* 31.85 S O’Brien Millhillians 12 2 311 62 31.10 G A Cooper Langleybury 15 2 367 72* 28.23 I McKinlay St Albans 14 0 394 69 28.14 J Steadman Berkhamsted 12 0 316 101 26.33 N Brady Northwood 16 1 373 125* 24.87 R Schaw Berkhamsted 16 0 349 79 21.81 Bowling Clubname Overs M Runs Wkts Ave. A M Blincoe Millhillians 286 60 858 67 12.81 D P Moore Hitchin 207 35 654 45 14.53 R S Jerome Letchworth 262 62 781 51 15.31 B Mahoney Harpenden 152.4 31 527 33 15.97 Zeeshan Butt St Albans 168.1 29 618 37 16.70 Iroshan De Silva Harpenden 175.1 45 498 29 17.17 R O’Toole St Albans 138.3 29 436 25 17.44 A Bray Berkhamsted 113 25 443 22 20.14 J Shaw St Albans 212 41 797 37 21.54 A Hicks Hitchin 102 10 432 20 21.60 R L Channer Langleybury 138.1 22 499 23 21.70 R Schaw Berkhamsted 197.5 27 718 33 21.76 M V Brown St Margaretsbury 169.5 34 618 28 22.07 A Sutton Millhillians 111.4 16 451 20 22.55 S Noach Northwood 156.5 31 523 23 22.74 D A Shanley St Margaretsbury 207.3 23 823 32 25.72 A Newland Letchworth 193 53 640 25 25.60 M Herring Berkhamsted 140.5 13 527 20 26.35 A Cole St Albans 129.2 15 595 21 28.33

Division Two

Batting S Harvey J Heslam R Jadanuath L T Padgett A Mehta J R Turner N Sen M D Dale P Ashford N D Hughes S Burford D English A T Tyler C Stockdale C Broughton D Fleckney R Cummings D Orange M Taylor N Forden D Plamenac C Marshall C Ferguson S Cherry M Ryan C Jackson S Morrall S Davies C S Molyneux D Tyson A Catlin M Cullen

Clubname Dunstable Reed Abbots Langley Bishop’s Stortford Potters Bar II Knebworth Park II Watford Old Albanian Kings Langley Bishop’s Stortford Knebworth Park II Welwyn Garden City II Welwyn Garden City II Broxbourne Northchurch Preston Ampthill Town Bishop’s Stortford Potters Bar II Ampthill Town Leverstock Green Northchurch Flitwick Dunstable Leverstock Green Reed Ampthill Town Flitwick Welwyn Garden City II Leverstock Green Preston Chorleywood

Inns NO Runs HS Ave. 15 6 780 103* 86.67 16 4 704 203* 58.67 16 4 701 149* 58.42 15 5 584 72* 58.40 14 2 697 168* 58.08 14 1 740 124 56.92 17 3 692 135 49.43 14 4 474 70 47.40 11 2 421 117* 46.78 9 2 321 78 45.86 9 1 362 121 45.25 14 1 582 127* 44.77 13 4 400 81 44.44 16 1 664 97* 44.27 12 1 470 110* 42.73 14 3 466 86 42.36 13 0 535 116 41.15 13 4 367 81* 40.78 17 3 568 114 40.57 12 3 351 74 39.00 9 0 350 104 38.89 14 2 434 88 36.17 17 1 578 146 36.13 14 4 348 66 34.80 15 2 434 100* 33.38 13 1 396 110 33.00 14 1 422 125* 32.46 10 0 323 91 32.30 14 1 471 82 31.40 14 3 341 106* 31.00 15 2 402 89* 30.92 15 2 402 102 30.92

Division Three

Batting Clubname Muhammad Akoojee Radlett II D M Robinson Radlett II S Stroomer Datchworth Sayed Ali Stevenage II A Litchfield Eversholt Sohail Idress Stevenage II S Gale Hatfield G Wise Clarendon M Fisher Cockfosters M Dyer Waltham X Rosedale

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Inns NO Runs 16 5 882 12 4 591 16 4 783 13 3 639 11 4 440 14 2 743 17 3 846 15 3 665 14 1 699 10 1 476

HS 113 98 140* 107* 93* 181 138* 150* 112 110

Ave. 80.18 73.88 65.25 63.90 62.84 61.92 60.43 55.42 53.77 52.89


Division Four

D O’Leary Cockfosters 16 4 631 120* 52.58 M Fordham Harpenden II 13 2 557 145 50.64 Yasir Arafat St Albans II 18 3 743 116* 49.53 I D Golder Hatfield 12 4 392 79 49.00 S Penny Cockfosters 10 2 375 136* 46.88 S Caunce Harpenden II 12 3 420 67 46.67 S Elliott Letchworth II 11 1 454 90 45.40 G Bishton Letchworth II 13 0 590 135 45.38 C Wylie Clarendon 17 2 675 127* 45.00 S Watson Hertford II 13 3 394 105* 39.40 A King Southgate Adelaide 12 2 392 66 39.20 G Riddle Hertford II 12 1 427 94 38.82 R Patel Hoddesdon II 14 0 538 123 38.43 C Tibbett Dunstable II 13 1 460 123 38.33 Syed Hashmi Wheathampstead 16 1 555 96 37.00 C Cook Wormley 11 1 360 117* 36.00 N V Daley Sawbridgeworth II 9 0 324 87 36.00 R Prigge Waltham X Rosedale 11 0 382 73 34.73 A Chaudry Radlett II 16 3 448 58 34.46 D Muzawazi Eversholt 12 0 411 90 34.25 E A Levey Sawbridgeworth II 9 0 308 74 34.22 M Gentle Waltham X Rosedale 16 2 475 120 33.93 N Farmer Eversholt 15 1 467 76 33.36 A Cole Southgate Adelaide 14 0 463 125 33.07 B Wood Cockfosters 14 3 354 72* 32.18 J Balkham Hoddesdon II 10 0 320 165 32.00 J Curtis Hoddesdon II 10 0 314 103 31.40 M Chandler Southgate Adelaide 14 1 403 77* 31.00 K J Whitehead Hatfield 15 1 413 78* 29.50 A Garratt Eversholt 12 1 324 105* 29.45 R J Hann Stevenage II 14 1 381 76 29.31 Nozmul Hussain Totteridge 12 1 319 66 29.00 N Massie Dunstable II 12 1 303 59 27.55 Aleem Hussain Totteridge 17 1 440 87 27.50 Jawed Soomro Totteridge 16 3 329 72 25.31 J Paddon Clarendon 15 1 353 85* 25.21 A Lee Hoddesdon II 17 0 424 77 24.94 K Razza Wheathampstead 17 0 417 76 24.53 Pasha Ali Totteridge 16 1 357 76 23.80 Shakeel Durrani Totteridge 16 1 346 55 23.07 Imran Yousaf Totteridge 16 0 349 61 21.81 Bowling Clubname Overs M Runs Wkts Ave. D Desai Hatfield 83 18 216 25 8.64 Imran Khan Totteridge 294.2 68 888 65 13.66 K Razza Wheathampstead 190.5 39 602 44 13.68 A Wilson Dunstable II 105 25 297 21 14.14 I R Brown Stevenage II 214 56 586 40 14.65 Muhammad Akoojee Radlett II 73 13 341 23 14.83 T Haydon Cockfosters 168.5 45 522 34 15.35 P Robinson Cockfosters 160.5 37 552 35 15.77 Imran Yousuf Totteridge 108.5 18 404 25 16.16 Praduman Raza Waltham X Rosedale 78.5 14 342 21 16.29 A H Bailes Sawbridgeworth II 113.4 22 432 26 16.62 A Jenkins Letchworth II 105.4 9 487 28 16.67 W Bates Harpenden II 87 13 393 23 17.09 M Stead Cockfosters 155.4 37 503 29 17.34 M Akers Datchworth 134 30 487 28 17.39 K Day Waltham X Rosedale 133 31 443 25 17.72 J Storey Waltham X Rosedale 129.3 43 390 22 17.73 Yasir Arafat St Albans II 199.1 35 728 40 18.20 S Stroomer Datchworth 161.2 29 536 28 19.14 R Patel Hoddesdon II 148.4 34 555 29 19.14 J Malley St Albans II 132.4 23 470 24 19.58 P Morgan Eversholt 197 45 711 34 20.19 A Chaudry Radlett II 114 17 468 23 20.35 O Tuck Harpenden II 130.5 19 530 26 20.38 A Akers Datchworth 157 36 544 26 20.92 K Roberts Hertford II 185.1 51 623 29 21.48 G Wise Clarendon 166.2 18 669 31 21.58 J Chaudhry St Albans II 191.3 33 689 31 22.23 H Paynter Radlett II 223.2 47 743 33 22.52 S Avis Eversholt 196 50 636 27 23.56 R Garrett Harpenden II 139.5 23 519 22 23.59 R Stevenson Wormley 159.1 28 624 26 24.00 R Howarth Clarendon 195 35 690 27 25.56 P S James Sawbridgeworth II 217.5 42 846 33 25.64 Afroz Khan St Albans II 144 22 604 23 26.26 R Warner-Jones Clarendon 166.2 13 789 30 26.30 S Nash Datchworth 203 46 593 22 26.95 A Morris Southgate Adelaide 137 17 638 22 29.00 R Daniels Dunstable II 185.1 27 694 22 31.55

Batting Clubname Inns NO Runs HS Ave. A Christian Old Haberdashers 13 0 1042 189 80.13 M Brownridge Clifton 9 2 515 86 73.58 B J M Mason Bishop’s Stortford II 15 2 760 110* 63.33 R D Hogg Bayford & Hertford 17 7 613 75 61.30 A D Wacey Bishop’s Stortford II 12 4 423 75* 60.43 P M Stevenson County Hall 14 5 532 123* 59.11 R Gajjar Shenley Village 13 1 681 178 56.75 M Schumann Ickleford 16 2 764 151* 54.57 A J Moore Chipperfield 17 3 757 150 54.07 B Blaker Ickleford 10 2 431 192* 53.88 C Yorath Redbourn 12 5 339 64* 48.43 J Al-Darraji Shenley Village 15 3 576 108* 48.00 A Bartlett County Hall 11 2 426 84* 47.33 K Macfarlane Potton Town 15 0 703 121 46.87 K Jones North Enfield 14 1 599 146* 46.08 S Hadley London Colney 14 3 478 129* 43.45 C Worley Potton Town 10 0 434 108 43.40 T Chapman Bishop’s Stortford II 13 2 476 101 43.27 T Reilly Ickleford 17 3 603 73 43.07 A Hall Rickmansworth 12 5 300 42 42.85 K Watson Northwood II 14 0 589 87 42.07 J Godden Redbourn 15 1 587 100 41.93 C Rawlings Shenley Village 15 7 334 105* 41.75 N Burgess Bayford & Hertford 11 1 415 100 41.50 D Roe Redbourn 14 0 580 148 41.43 J Hogg Bayford & Hertford 17 4 515 118* 39.62 M R Sazenis Chipperfield 16 3 509 132* 39.15 S Hibbert County Hall 11 2 350 61 38.89 S Lewis Northwood II 14 4 385 73 38.50 M Bristow London Colney 15 3 459 119 38.25 T Holloway London Colney 12 3 342 67* 38.00 C Stevens Potton Town 13 1 447 78 37.25 A R J Barnard Bishop’s Stortford II 12 1 405 90 36.82 C Gooch Cheshunt 11 0 387 88 35.18 E O’Callaghan Clifton 16 0 546 96 34.13 C Graves County Hall 14 3 373 73 33.91 C Clarke Cheshunt 12 1 368 115* 33.45 R Oxley Langleybury II 10 0 302 66 33.20 P MacLaughlin London Colney 16 1 474 69 31.60 M R Newland London Colney 16 2 441 93 31.50 K Grant Cheshunt 17 1 498 108* 31.13 H F Cornwell North Mymms II 14 3 336 90* 30.55 G Sims Rickmansworth 17 1 480 81 30.00 C Collins Old Elizabethans 14 0 414 71 29.57 I F McNicol Chipperfield 15 2 379 72* 29.15 R A S Churchill Chipperfield 15 2 372 70 28.62 D Jenner Ickleford 17 2 416 66 27.73 M Horwood Rickmansworth 17 0 465 71 27.35 R Ketteridge Bayford & Hertford 14 1 319 82 24.54 S Halley North Enfield 14 0 300 69 21.43 Bowling Clubname Overs M Runs Wkts Ave. J Brown Rickmansworth 230 48 632 51 12.39 E Gunning Langleybury II 102 22 345 25 13.80 B Copping Bishop’s Stortford II 106 25 322 22 14.64 D Allison Rickmansworth 180 25 601 41 14.66 A Blackett Bayford & Hertford 183 40 546 37 14.76 M R Sazenis Chipperfield 328.3 76 1208 79 15.29 H D Rawle North Mymms II 181.1 55 508 33 15.39 A White North Enfield 197.1 37 728 46 15.83 R J White North Enfield 80 11 319 20 15.95 D Roe Redbourn 106.3 16 339 20 16.95 J Fleming Redbourn 198.3 41 668 39 17.13 S Munnery Ickleford 132.4 27 508 29 17.51 D Bassill Ickleford 145.2 33 514 28 18.36 D J Searle North Mymms II 154.2 33 534 28 19.07 M Wythe Ampthill Town II 207.2 45 729 38 19.18 C Jadanauth Old Elizabethans 189.3 36 636 35 19.31 S Hibbert County Hall 186.3 33 679 35 19.40 M Bristow London Colney 158 22 645 32 20.16 M C Dodshon Bishop’s Stortford II 158 52 422 20 21.10 J Al-Darraji Shenley Village 193 28 639 30 21.30 T Chapman Bishop’s Stortford II 140 37 513 24 21.38 G K Gurney Chipperfield 148.2 36 470 21 22.38 S Gandy North Enfield 165.4 42 549 24 22.83 P Chambers Northwood II 140 22 571 25 22.84 P Jones Clifton 148.3 25 532 23 23.13 M Batchelor County Hall 219.5 38 742 32 23.19 G Evans Shenley Village 139 23 471 20 23.55 S Goss Clifton 175.2 41 520 20 26.00 S Thomas North Mymms II 159 25 706 24 29.42

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C Graves R D Hogg

Bayford & Hertford Bayford & Hertford

223.1 41 840 192.3 39 750

28 30.00 25 30.00

J Stead Cockfosters II 8 2 259 59* 43.17 R Daley Potters Bar III 12 1 461 81* 41.91 L Goldsmith Totteridge II 10 1 374 107 41.55 R Sumner Cockfosters II 11 4 287 79* 41.00 M Crutchlow Totteridge II 8 1 286 92 40.85 I Schmid Parkfield & Headstone 14 1 525 155* 40.38 Ajith Walallawitha Potters Bar III 13 3 403 86* 40.30 R Willis Parkfield & Headstone 13 2 440 105* 40.00 C Randall Radlett IV 14 2 470 73* 39.17 J Eyre Radlett IV 15 1 543 125* 38.79 M Bishop Abbots Langley II 13 3 386 67 38.60 D Smith Kings Langley 14 1 495 103* 38.08 T Hassan Old Albanian II 13 4 338 70 37.56 S D Cresswell Old Albanian II 16 3 437 72 33.62 I Mills Hitchin II 13 4 301 61* 33.44 T Humphrey Leverstock Green II 16 1 494 89 32.93 J Corroll Old Camdenians 13 1 380 83 31.67 P Hill Leverstock Green II 15 1 430 86 30.71 D Murray Leverstock Green II 13 0 389 109 29.92 G Mehta Old Camdenians 12 2 299 73 29.90 A Pimm Boxmoor 13 0 360 79 27.69 R Fahey Southgate Compton 14 2 324 75 27.00 O Dalrymple Watton-at-Stone 16 1 400 57 26.67 M Bell Radlett IV 12 0 310 90 25.83 S Fahey Southgate Compton 14 1 324 75 24.92 A Bishton Letchworth III 12 1 267 59 24.27 K Doshi Old Camdenians 12 0 277 84 23.08 J Wells Radlett IV 14 1 286 81* 22.00 T Ellis Watton-at-Stone 15 0 318 66 21.20 Bowling Clubname Overs M Runs Wkts Ave. M Butler Totteridge II 78 19 240 26 9.23 A Owen Southgate Compton 104.3 38 366 33 11.09 C Foster Abbots Langley II 96 27 233 21 11.09 M Hodgins Boxmoor 89 14 288 25 11.52 M Hillier Cockfosters II 130 42 298 24 12.42 I Schmid Parkfield & Headstone 173 43 489 38 12.67 T Hassan Old Albanian II 167 28 518 40 12.95 J Eyre Radlett IV 198.4 54 612 47 13.02 C Harvey Watton-at-Stone 163.5 28 523 39 13.41 B Williams Watton-at-Stone 151.4 32 419 30 13.97 I Goddard Hitchin II 149.4 32 471 33 14.27 M Cakebread Watton-at-Stone 178.3 36 587 39 15.05 V Sheikh Parkfield & Headstone 122.2 35 360 22 16.36 K Doshi Old Camdenians 105.5 23 401 24 16.71 P Osgood Hertford III 201 48 586 34 17.24 P E Van Niekerk Old Albanian II 132.1 22 416 24 17.33 C Croucher Letchworth III 165 52 434 25 17.80 D Houghton Kings Langley 149 27 516 29 17.79 S Wilson Leverstock Green II 148.2 35 444 25 17.76 R Pyrah Potters Bar III 267.1 65 863 48 17.98 M Bannerman Southgate Compton 137 34 382 21 18.19 S Collins Leverstock Green II 110 17 418 21 19.90 C Slack Hitchin II 174 40 643 30 21.43 Chandana Meepagama Radlett IV 188 53 578 26 22.03 P Hobbs Abbots Langley II 177 39 476 21 22.66 C Walker Preston II 133.3 21 584 22 26.55

Division Five

Batting Clubname Inns N/O Runs H/S Ave. Deepak Kumar Old Owens 13 3 699 145* 69.90 P Hewitt Holtwhites Trinibis 17 0 976 131 57.47 J Peacock Baldock 16 2 766 135 54.71 K Burgess Holtwhites Trinibis 17 2 763 100* 50.87 D Pedder St Margaretsbury II 9 2 352 77* 50.29 S J Farrell West Herts II 10 3 348 92* 49.71 L Davis Harpenden III 10 3 347 81 49.57 S Harley Hertingfordbury 9 3 292 77 48.66 D Ingram Radlett III 14 3 525 117 47.73 W Lawler Northampton Exiles 16 6 457 57* 45.70 M Plum Northampton Exiles 16 3 565 122 43.46 V Tanner Old Owens 10 3 391 116 43.44 Abdul Samad Hemel Hempstead III 9 0 370 73 41.11 M A Hodges West Herts II 13 6 286 42* 40.86 G Morjaria Hatch End 14 0 511 82 36.50 P Windmill Radlett III 9 1 269 91* 33.63 D Grahame West Herts II 12 2 329 92* 32.90 D Byrne Harpenden III 17 1 490 69* 30.63 A Patel Northampton Exiles 15 1 421 121* 30.07 I McCann Hatfield Hyde 13 2 317 57* 28.82 D Griffiths West Herts II 13 3 288 63* 28.80 D Muskett Sandridge 15 2 372 76* 28.60 D Gilson Harpenden III 12 0 342 86 28.50 G Letford Baldock 10 0 285 63 28.50 D Foot Hatch End 9 0 241 69 26.78 A Temple Sandridge 13 1 308 87* 25.66 G Naylor Baldock 15 3 306 64* 25.50 D W Kendal West Herts II 11 0 274 73 24.91 M Turner Knebworth Park III 13 0 320 84 24.62 S Rajput Hatfield Hyde 11 0 270 92 24.55 P Frost Northampton Exiles 13 1 289 49 24.08 K Gray Hatfield Hyde 13 2 261 57* 23.73 S Plum Northampton Exiles 12 2 330 61* 23.57 E Palmer Hertingfordbury 12 0 276 63 23.00 P Camm Sandridge 17 1 352 101* 22.00 N Darby Hertingfordbury 14 0 307 67 21.93 P Goodchild Sandridge 13 0 278 72 21.40 T Kalber Millhillians II 13 0 263 76 20.23 Bowling Clubname Overs M Runs Wkts Ave. S Da’re Millhillians II 130 21 483 21 11.78 A Browne Northampton Exiles 214.3 81 470 39 12.05 H Patel Northampton Exiles 153 39 488 38 12.84 A Hussein Hatch End 271 62 659 50 13.18 S Rider Hertingfordbury 170 48 536 39 13.74 B Dummer Radlett III 201.3 38 645 46 14.02 T Dean Baldock 216.5 53 646 46 14.04 D Griffiths West Herts II 196.4 36 626 44 14.23 S Rajput Hatfield Hyde 167 46 415 29 14.31 B Martin Knebworth Park II 85.3 13 334 23 14.52 M E Bailey West Herts II 160.2 36 497 34 14.62 F Mir Hatfield Hyde 100.4 13 313 21 14.90 Deepak Kumar Old Owens 208.5 45 674 45 14.98 H Humail Hatfield Hyde 99.5 15 307 20 15.35 S Bambling Hertingfordbury 172.1 39 477 31 15.39 S Langellier Northampton Exiles 102.5 20 309 20 15.45 J Murphy Sandridge 178 2 643 39 16.49 C Low Millhillians II 170 40 480 28 17.14 J Schott Holtwhites Trinibis 94.2 17 362 20 18.10 S Khan Hatch End 203 38 529 29 18.24 D Muskett Sandridge 244.3 59 651 33 19.73 P Baker Harpenden III 109.1 21 403 20 20.15 A Jones Baldock 199.3 43 632 29 21.79 H Davies Hatch End 186 21 601 27 22.26 J Beckett Hertingfordbury 197.3 55 634 25 25.36 M Cooper Harpenden III 134.2 17 559 21 26.62

Division Six

Batting D Houghton J Garnham M Burleigh B Townsend B Williams I Cantellow R Eaton R Patel C Collison

Clubname Kings Langley II Preston II Preston II Boxmoor Watton-at-Stone Abbots Langley II Hertford III Hertford III Letchworth III

Division Seven

Batting Karon Goel Adnan Khan K Ward I Fulk M Byrne M Ling W Jones J Schlaepfer M Gilewicz D Sherjan D Atkins J Holroyd P Hiskens Amit Singh P Morley K Chandracant A Summerfield J Hare J O Macmillan A Khalique W Langton N Bacon S Tougher

Inns NO Runs HS Ave. 11 5 407 126 67.83 8 1 427 143 61.00 10 2 458 106* 57.25 12 0 660 140 55.00 16 1 711 124* 47.40 12 4 376 83 47.00 11 3 373 106* 46.63 14 2 557 123 46.42 9 3 262 86 43.67

103

Clubname Watford II Hatfield Crusaders Reed II Reed II Hoddesdon III Eversholt II Ware Ware Ware Berkhamsted II North Enfield II Tewin Tewin Hatfield Crusaders Holtwhites Trinibis II Hoddesdon III Flitwick II Graveley Eversholt II Old Cholmeleians Ware Old Cholmeleians Berkhamsted II

Inns NO Runs HS Ave. 9 3 646 151* 107.66 13 3 652 102 65.20 12 6 367 79* 61.17 14 5 506 103* 56.22 8 1 363 80 51.86 13 3 504 100* 50.40 13 3 493 80 49.30 11 4 338 100* 48.29 13 5 361 71* 45.13 13 3 436 92* 43.60 6 0 261 90 43.50 11 1 427 120 42.70 8 1 282 113* 40.29 14 5 561 90 40.07 11 3 312 57* 39.00 11 1 376 80 37.60 9 2 256 113* 36.57 12 1 401 64* 36.45 10 2 290 78* 36.25 10 2 286 80 35.15 12 1 372 85* 33.82 10 0 336 89* 33.60 13 3 336 63* 33.60


G Moss Flitwick II 12 0 403 59* 33.58 C Scurr Watford II 10 2 256 84 32.00 P Thurstance Flitwick II 17 0 544 108 32.00 R Start Broxbourne II 10 1 278 70 30.89 S Maylott Northchurch II 11 1 307 60* 30.70 S Broomfield Watford II 10 1 277 71 30.77 R Barber North Enfield II 13 1 366 103* 30.50 C Gillman North Enfield II 14 2 356 89 29.67 L Singleton Eversholt II 12 2 280 55* 28.00 F Alleyne Holtwhites Trinibis 11 3 312 57* 27.20 M Preston Graveley 14 0 369 77 26.36 A Wilkins Broxbourne 15 2 342 48 26.31 Jigar Mehta Hatfield Crusaders 12 1 287 73 26.09 A Nolan Welwyn Garden City III 15 5 308 59 25.67 J Garratt Eversholt II 11 0 278 61 25.27 D Whiting Southgate Adelaide II 14 1 318 91 24.46 T Thoday Ware 14 2 293 57 24.42 S P Willis Welwyn Garden City III 14 1 329 52* 23.50 D M Crispin Old Finchleians II 15 2 335 70 22.33 S Wilkins Broxbourne II 16 0 352 78 22.00 B Reid Holtwhites Trinibis II 14 2 255 88* 21.25 Bowling Clubname Overs M Runs Wkts Ave. Nader Bawani Old Cholmeleians 68 11 230 25 9.20 Karon Goel Watford II 134 42 336 34 9.88 N Aylieff Tewin 46 3 202 20 10.10 W Jones Ware 146.2 42 324 32 10.13 J Pettit Ware 88.5 15 286 24 11.92 S Dight Northchurch II 194.4 59 515 42 12.26 Amit Singh Hatfield Crusaders 103.5 12 262 21 12.48 D Patel Ware 111.3 37 279 22 12.68 T Cooke Flitwick II 135.1 29 364 28 13.00 T Forrest Ware 119.3 27 371 26 14.27 Jigar Mehta Hatfield Crusaders 131.1 31 404 28 14.43 J Cartwright Graveley 132.4 22 435 30 14.50 P Thurstance Flitwick II 106 13 371 24 15.45 M Flack Southgate Adelaide 130.4 31 387 25 15.48 A Wheaton Southgate Adelaide 135.4 41 362 23 15.74 Tariq Afridi Watford II 149 18 502 31 16.19 R Robertson Reed II 95.3 20 371 22 16.86 D Sherjan Berkhamsted II 208.1 45 657 40 16.43 L Mitchell St Albans III 115 24 349 21 16.62 T Vila Northchurch II 162.1 29 563 34 16.55 K Chandracant Hoddesdon III 101.2 19 336 20 16.80 A K Jackson Old Finchleians II 154.3 32 529 31 17.06 P Hiskens Tewin 105 24 343 20 17.15 P Bracey Graveley 133.3 30 383 22 17.41 S Khalique Old Cholmeleians 189 29 572 31 17.48 S Shaukat Welwyn Garden City III 97.2 16 353 20 17.65 A Hayes Northchurch II 156.2 41 446 25 17.84 L A Kemp Welwyn Garden City III 98.2 15 369 20 18.45 A Savani Old Finchleians II 127.4 21 464 25 18.56 S Williams Tewin 94 9 393 21 18.71 D Watt Broxbourne II 119 22 394 21 18.76 B Cohen Southgate Adelaide II 184 43 591 31 19.06 L Singleton Eversholt II 109.1 20 395 20 19.75 T A Edwards Welwyn Garden City III 95.3 10 465 23 20.22 C Wright Broxbourne II 139 27 498 23 21.65 S Cragwell Holtwhites Trinibis II 208.1 60 570 25 22.80 M Pateman Flitwick II 124.3 27 503 21 23.95 N Kirwan St Albans III 162.2 36 534 22 24.27 C Stone Broxbourne II 170.3 30 629 25 25.16 G Robinson Holtwhites Trinibis II 234.5 49 760 25 30.40 S Chaplin Eversholt II 208.4 41 764 22 34.73

Division Eight

Batting G Thomason P Seymour J Jenkins B Rawson-Jones C Keppel O Batson T Wootten S Long J Graves A Farrow T Ray L Holmes J Rudder C Newman P Carter A Mauder

Clubname Met Police Bushey London Colney II London Colney II Northwood Town II Clarendon II Weston Botany Bay II Met Police Bushey Hemel Hempstead IV Dunstable III London Colney II Met Police Bushey Weston Northwood Town II Northwood Town II Redbourn II

G Lamprell Weston 13 0 460 90 35.38 R Keogh Dunstable III 10 2 279 65* 34.88 J Duffin London Colney II 10 1 309 73 34.33 J D McCarthy Hatfield II 12 2 335 93* 33.50 L Cant Wormley II 9 1 262 65 32.75 L Jahn Hemel Hempstead IV 10 1 283 52 31.44 D Skinner Dunstable III 14 1 393 75 30.23 C Rolt Botany Bay II 11 1 300 78* 30.00 T Ascroft Redbourn II 13 2 321 101* 29.18 A Gypps Dunstable III 16 1 424 121* 28.27 A J Taylor Flamstead 14 2 321 70 26.75 D P Oswin Flamstead 12 1 294 46 26.73 I Hanif Rickmansworth II 13 0 323 56 24.84 T Barnaby County Hall II 13 3 234 62 23.40 N Burdett Rickmansworth II 15 3 251 52 20.91 R Khan Rickmansworth II 12 0 250 56 20.83 N Carter County Hall II 10 0 203 57 20.30 Bowling Clubname Overs M Runs Wkts Ave. S Long Met Police Bushey 199.2 63 520 63 8.25 M How Met Police Bushey 78 21 239 23 10.39 D S Rogers Flamstead 128.4 32 427 37 11.54 M Stevenson Wormley 104.3 21 374 32 11.69 A A Foster Hatfield II 142.5 36 392 33 11.88 N Furmenger Northwood Town II 138.1 44 301 24 12.54 C Richards Weston 93.4 23 280 21 13.30 D Harding Northwood Town II 94 23 274 20 13.70 D Darvell Redbourn 111.2 18 419 30 13.97 G H Wynne Hatfield II 136.2 33 424 30 14.13 T Ray London Colney II 112.5 19 407 28 14.54 T Carr Dunstable III 135 15 440 29 15.17 M Taylor Knebworth Park IV 96 22 366 23 15.91 D Tree Wheathampstead II 135.3 22 433 27 16.03 B Rawson-Jones Northwood Town II 93.1 12 341 20 17.05 M Brown County Hall II 154.4 43 412 24 17.17 A Hills Northwood Town II 111.3 23 361 21 17.19 D Hadley London Colney II 140.3 24 448 26 17.23 S Mahmood Clarendon II 98.1 16 382 22 17.36 C Cobb Met Police Bushey 123.5 19 424 23 18.43 P Cridland Redbourn II 99 19 387 21 18.43 A P T Wilkinson Flamstead 277.4 112 610 33 18.48 M Fisher Knebworth Park IV 151.2 29 473 24 19.71 A Carr Dunstable III 212.2 60 588 28 21.00 S Radcliffe Hemel Hempstead IV 111 20 451 20 22.55 J Williamson County Hall II 162.2 20 659 29 22.72 M Peckham Weston 133 12 521 22 23.68

Division Nine

Batting Clubname Inns NO Runs HS Ave. M Davis Bayford & Hertford II 10 3 580 113* 82.86 B L Stephenson Allenburys 13 5 577 111* 72.13 M Hughes Harpenden IV 12 1 653 106* 59.36 J Hare Ickleford Cricketers 13 3 583 172* 58.30 D A Stephenson Allenburys 10 3 335 128* 47.86 L Brown Stevenage III 15 2 575 81 44.23 B Willingham Shenley Village II 16 0 686 85 42.88 B Mitchell Cheshunt II 11 4 277 100* 39.57 K Shinner Ickleford Cricketers 13 3 390 66* 39.00 C Winter Waltham X Rosedale II 13 1 437 91* 36.42 J R Tiley North Mymms III 12 1 382 80* 34.73 A Moody North Mymms III 12 3 299 63* 33.22 N Butt Greenwood Park 11 3 258 53 32.25 S England Cheshunt II 14 1 410 66 31.54 A Webb Potton Town 12 1 329 65 29.91 S Warboys Cheshunt II 11 2 269 53 29.89 K Patel Waltham X Rosedale II 13 2 315 82* 28.64 P Marlor Datchworth II 13 2 314 51* 28.55 A Lewis Shenley Village II 13 1 335 79 27.92 K Owen Allenburys 12 1 305 77 27.73 L Willingham Shenley Village II 13 2 299 78* 27.18 N Short Hatch End II 13 0 328 99 25.20 S Tilley North Mymms III 12 1 265 58 24.09 K Rowswell Old Owens 14 0 337 40 24.07 I Little Datchworth II 14 2 286 82* 23.83 Owais Rana Greenwood Park 12 0 284 46 23.67 M Samulak Bayford & Hertford II 14 2 283 68 23.58 M Baker Greenwood Park 12 1 328 60 23.42 Bowling Clubname Overs M Runs Wkts Ave. G B Parish Sawbridgeworth III 127.4 36 388 30 9.60 J Hare Ickleford Cricketers 103.1 28 267 25 10.68 N I Rouse Sawbridgeworth III 97.1 20 297 26 11.42 Waseem Pervez Greenwood Park 69 15 232 20 11.60

Inns NO Runs HS Ave. 17 8 939 109* 104.33 12 5 353 67 50.43 10 3 351 111* 50.14 12 1 526 138 47.80 8 2 283 125* 47.17 15 1 646 133 46.14 11 2 415 121* 46.11 12 4 363 64* 45.38 7 0 307 90 43.86 17 6 475 66* 43.18 13 2 462 84 42.00 15 5 419 69 41.90 12 0 494 104 41.17 11 3 314 76 39.25 12 3 346 70 38.44 14 1 475 110* 36.54

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K Wood D Vandermaat C D Pask W Nash S Scott T Evans S Little R Stewart A Moody N Mackey K Patel S England D Allen B Roberts R Giovanni J Patel Jitu Vadrea

Shenley Village II 191.5 55 Old Owens II 108.2 28 Sawbridgeworth III 114 30 Datchworth II 131.1 30 Shenley Village II 103 26 Shenley Village II 150.1 37 Datchworth II 147.3 41 Stevenage II 127.3 18 North Mymms III 145.3 36 Harpenden IV 128 19 Waltham Cross Rosedale II 168.5 34 Cheshunt II 149.3 23 Ickleford Cricketers 201.5 52 Waltham X Rosedale II 121 24 Harpenden IV 125.5 31 Waltham X Rosedale II 188 37 Hatch End II 160.3 37

514 277 314 405 304 451 356 451 396 398 498 496 550 381 391 593 563

41 20 22 28 21 31 24 30 25 25 29 28 30 20 20 30 22

12.54 13.85 14.27 14.46 14.48 14.55 14.83 15.03 15.84 15.92 17.17 17.71 18.33 19.05 19.55 19.77 25.59

M Baskett Frogmore 15 4 601 127 54.63 Nadeem Siddiqui Southgate Adelaide 14 2 605 92 50.42 J Lewis Potters Bar IV 12 3 453 125 50.33 M Parkes Leverstock Green III 12 5 338 57* 48.28 R Thurston Shenley Village II 14 3 504 94 45.82 J Brauer Potters Bar IV 12 4 364 81 45.50 A Mead Hertford IV 8 1 316 92 45.14 S W Russell Welwyn Garden City IV 7 1 257 98 42.83 A Naik Northampton Exiles II 11 2 383 119 42.55 S Clarke Met Police Bushey II 13 2 466 91 42.36 A Zarin Richmansworth II 8 1 295 68 42.10 A Ghaffar Northampton Exiles II 9 1 335 105 41.87 R Barker Offley & Stopsley 14 2 498 102 41.50 D Fraser Frogmore 7 2 206 54* 41.20 M Chaudry Offley & Stopsley 12 1 448 92 40.72 B Sangaran Shenley Village III 16 2 557 102* 39.79 C Andrews Frogmore 8 2 236 110* 29.33 S J Primarolo Welwyn Garden City IV 8 1 262 107 37.43 K Walker Southgate Compton II 9 0 333 67 37.00 S Evans Shenley Village III 6 0 220 134 36.60 E King Hertford IV 7 0 243 110 34.71 A O’Neill Northampton Exiles II 13 4 298 62* 33.11 N Brady Hertingfordbury II 11 0 342 108 31.09 R E Edwards Sawbridgeworth III 17 1 495 107* 30.94 Imran Shah Rickmansworth 9 2 216 64 30.85 R P Stevenson Met Police Bushey II 13 1 357 56 29.75 J J Mankani Welwyn Garden City IV 13 1 356 77 29.67 B Murphy Hertingfordbury II 10 2 233 72* 29.12 T Rolph Kings Langley III 7 0 200 93 28.57 C Sargent Broxbourne III 13 1 334 89 27.83 A Grayson Southgate Compton 14 3 301 97 27.36 Omar Saeed Southgate Adelaide III 11 1 260 47 26.00 P Winder Sawbridgeworth III 8 0 203 61 25.38 S Butt Northampton Exiles II 13 0 323 63 24.84 D Lewy Rickmansworth III 11 1 245 72 24.50 M Barrett West Herts III 10 2 266 54 24.18 H Voisey Kings Langley III 10 0 239 69 23.90 A Butt Kings Langley III 9 0 202 55 22.44 M Hart Frogmore 13 0 287 63 22.07 S Wilkins Broxbourne III 16 1 352 78 22.00 T Lawler Northampton Exiles II 14 3 234 70 21.27 S Bexfield Offley & Stopsley 14 2 252 44 21.00 S May West Herts III 12 2 210 50 21.00 S Shamlian Southgate Compton II 11 1 208 55 20.80 D Stubbs Shenley Village III 14 2 249 72 20.75 N Brodie Offley & Stopsley 15 2 267 53* 20.53 I Day Southgate Compton II 15 5 202 64* 20.20 Bowling Clubname Overs M Runs Wkts Ave. R Barker Offley & Stopsley 128.2 18 349 35 9.97 M Davis Southgate Adelaide III 88.5 11 235 21 11.19 M Deller Northampton Exiles II 108 33 269 23 11.69 D Jordan Offsley & Stopsley 115 17 324 26 12.46 S Butt Northampton Exiles II 141.4 34 456 35 13.02 A Thompson Kings Langley III 78.1 13 263 20 13.15 C Keeley Offley & Stopsley 142 43 350 26 13.46 S Clarke Met Police Bushey II 207.5 48 659 48 13.73 G Mathewson Offley & Stopsley 134 21 388 27 14.37 D Rhodes Southgate Compton II 210 31 783 54 14.50 A Nicholls West Herts III 121 23 358 24 14.92 H Wagh Old Albanian III 94.3 12 303 20 15.15 M Davis Southgate Adelaide III 88.5 11 235 21 15.16 P Shah Welwyn Garden City IV 131 24 396 26 15.23 E Riddle Hertford IV 95 15 365 23 15.87 D Worth Southgate Compton II 115 27 363 22 16.50 M Annakin West Herts III 129.4 33 417 25 16.68 D Barker Potters Bar IV 126 38 398 23 17.30 B Murphy Hertingfordbury II 137 22 376 22 17.09 F Lillywhite Shenley Village III 107 19 379 21 18.05 J Brauer Potters Bar IV 110 24 377 20 18.90 M Freeman Offley & Stopsley 161 34 454 24 18.91 P Jacobs Broxbourne III 133.1 17 530 28 18.93 I M Fitzgerald Welwyn Garden City IV 86 14 380 20 19.00 S Elliott Shenley Village III 216.3 39 682 35 19.49 J J Mankani Welwyn Garden City IV 106 13 413 21 19.67 M Baskett Frogmore 153.2 28 460 23 20.00 D Sharp St Margaretsbury III 137.4 19 562 27 20.81 G Putman Shenley Village III 117 18 453 21 21.57

Division Ten

Batting Clubname Inns NO Runs HS Ave. A Clowes Old Cholmeleians II 10 4 584 105* 97.33 H Matcham Old Cholmeleians II 14 4 751 115* 75.10 S P Dare Chorleywood III 13 4 661 101* 73.44 G Williams Cockfosters III 15 5 649 94 64.90 P Hazel Elstree II 9 2 407 82 58.14 V Muller Old Elizabethans II 8 2 332 157* 55.33 M J T Rose Chorleywood III 10 3 366 100* 52.29 J Inman Knebworth Park V 8 3 254 98* 50.80 R Waters Baldock II 13 3 483 86* 48.30 M Heath Letchworth IV 6 0 288 72 48.00 M Fisher Bragbury 14 4 465 116 46.50 M Salmons Abbots Langley III 7 1 271 64 45.17 G Clarke Bragbury 12 3 403 59* 44,78 Khuram Rana Northwood III 8 1 299 69 42.71 R Howard Old Elizabethans II 12 1 456 72 41.45 J Clowes Old Cholmeleians II 13 4 371 81 41.22 K Parkins Abbots Langley III 7 0 271 92 38.71 S Schumann Ickleford II 10 1 334 93 37.11 M Fernando Letchworth IV 13 3 367 62 36.70 T Shilling Elstree II 17 1 586 100* 36.62 C Bonser Knebworth Park V 7 0 252 76 36.00 D Watson Ickleford II 9 1 277 105 34.63 D Barwick Knebworth Park V 10 2 268 65* 33.50 P Lewins Abbots Langley III 14 3 327 69 29.73 R Mackey Northwood III 14 0 401 78 28.64 L Digweed Elstree II 12 1 289 38 26.27 P Reeve Northwood III 16 5 284 58 25.87 P Hitchcock Bragbury 12 0 290 50 24.17 R Gull Harpenden Dolphins 10 1 253 95 28.11 P Gilbert Dunstable IV 14 1 331 64* 25.46 M Woods Knebworth Park V 12 1 235 62* 21.36 N Rehman Hatfield Hyde II 13 0 277 60 21.31 J Smith Old Elizabethans II 15 2 263 47 20.23 K Alden Dunstable IV 15 2 262 71 20.15 Bowling Clubname Overs M Runs Wkts Ave. C Rivers Parkfield & Headstone II 91 22 252 32 7.88 D Mitchell Bragbury 65.1 15 212 23 9.22 A Nel Parkfield & Headstone II 109.3 22 242 24 10.08 J Zani Old Cholmeleians II 188 30 596 56 10.64 D Gibberd Old Cholmeleians II 165 36 428 32 13.37 M McCulley Ickleford II 146.4 37 401 27 14.85 M J T Rose Chorleywood III 157.2 40 412 26 15.85 M Lewis Baldock II 104.3 59 626 39 16.05 I Holden Harpenden Dolphins 98.2 21 318 23 13.83 J Brooks Harpenden Dolphins 215.3 59 691 45 15.36 P Titterington Bragbury 74.3 10 312 29 15.60 P Reeve Northwood III 219 66 664 39 17.02 Iyaz Sharrif Northwood III 151 29 472 25 18.88 C Lewis Baldock II 194.3 62 553 28 19.75 C Braine Bragbury 122 19 415 20 20.75 S George Dunstable IV 142.4 26 504 24 21.00 G Cane Elstree II 134.5 20 422 20 21.10 R Steptoe Bragbury 158.4 34 502 23 21.83 D Coombes Old Elizabethans 127.5 20 498 22 22.64 L Digweed Elstree II 146.4 23 489 20 24.45

Division Eleven

Batting I Wicks D Barker E Riddle S Bashir

Clubname St Margaretsbury III Potters Bar IV Hertford IV West Herts III

Inns NO Runs 7 2 436 7 2 392 12 3 595 8 2 345

HS 123* 125* 153* 109

Ave. 87.20 78.40 66.11 57.50

Division Twelve

Batting M Terry S King

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Clubname North Mymms IV Datchworth III

Inns NO Runs HS Ave. 12 2 613 103* 61.30 12 3 434 107 48.22


Division Thirteen

J Mitchell Stevenage IV 10 0 450 136 45.00 J Pearce Waltham X Rosedale III 11 2 379 101 42.11 Batting Clubname Inns NO Runs HS Ave. M Driver Wormley III 5 0 210 70 42.00 A Ward Reed III 6 2 227 100* 56.75 G Sheppard Tewin II 6 1 206 66 41.20 R Qadir Northampton Exiles III 4 0 160 104 40.00 C Whitworth Stevenage IV 10 1 333 93 37.00 S Cole North Enfield III 6 0 204 70 34.00 I Lawless North Mymms IV 13 6 257 63 36.71 Maseeh Naeem Reed III 5 1 129 63* 32.25 D Waight Watton at Stone II 10 0 353 85 35.30 K Ward Reed III 6 2 113 46* 28.25 S D Sheppard Flamstead II 9 0 311 76 34.55 Amresh Sawant Hatfield Crusaders II 8 1 214 64 26.75 L Pybus Datchworth III 10 0 339 88 33.90 R Connor Hatfield Crusaders II 6 1 160 73 26.67 A Travers Waltham X Rosedale III 10 0 317 86 31.70 S Lovegrove Reed III 7 1 143 64 23.83 N I C Brownlie Flamstead II 10 1 273 95 30.33 W Bigley Hatfield III 9 1 166 47* 20.75 W Gibbings Watton at Stone II 12 5 206 100* 29.43 P Baker Reed III 7 1 119 27* 19.83 J O’Nien Hemel Hempstead V 9 0 236 66 26.22 J George Chiltern 06 7 0 134 47 19.14 C Borwick Monken Hadley 9 0 200 80 22.20 R Willoughby Reed III 8 1 126 29 18.00 D T Bradbury Flamstead II 11 0 244 58 22.18 M Atkins Chiltern 06 10 0 179 57 17.90 S Jenkins Knebworth Park VI 12 1 221 53 20.09 Bowling Clubname Overs M Runs Wkts Ave. Bowling Clubname Overs M Runs Wkts Ave. D Burley Letchworth V 48 7 81 13 6.23 N Ledeman Radlett V 49.1 17 110 15 7.33 S Lubbe Letchworth V 23.4 0 70 11 6.36 R Bartsch Ware II 47 9 131 16 8.19 D Hill Reed III 30.3 4 84 12 7.00 I Lawless North Mymms IV 159.4 53 361 34 10.62 Samarth Gupta Hatfield Crusaders II 43 11 131 16 8.19 S Wood Stevenage IV 52.4 10 152 14 10.80 R Blaby Cockfosters IV 57 8 142 15 9.47 P Devonshire Ware II 112.5 30 281 25 11.24 C Starr Hatfield Crusaders 75 28 172 18 9.56 D Patrickson Botany Bay III 155.4 54 293 25 11.72 N Heslam Reed III 76 22 175 17 10.29 J Byatt Waltham X Rosedale III 174.2 38 471 39 12.08 A Wilson Letchworth V 58 8 171 14 12.21 T C S Radcliffe Hemel Hempstead V 113 31 342 25 13.68 A G Foster Hatfield III 51.4 6 171 13 13.15 J Bryce Tewin II 73.1 20 216 15 14.40 W Bigley Hatfield III 53.5 9 147 11 13.36 A Draper Datchworth III 117.2 28 325 22 14.77 N Killick Hatfield Crusaders II 53.4 19 145 10 14.50 E Canham Hemel Hempstead V 80.1 11 294 18 16.33 D Webb North Enfield III 62.2 9 194 11 17.64 E Morgan Watton at Stone II 94 23 255 15 17.00 D Cooper Hatfield Crusaders II 74 14 254 14 18.14 S D Sheppard Flamstead II 63.2 6 293 17 17.23 C McKenna North Enfield III 59 4 260 14 18.57 R Clayton Watton at Stone II 164.3 47 457 25 18.28 F Javed Northampton Exiles III 68 5 252 13 19.38 N I C Brownlie Flamstead II 159.4 32 574 30 19.13 J George Chiltern 06 65 5 279 12 23.41 O Hughes Monken Hadley II 124 21 425 21 20.24 G Hampson Chiltern 06 78 6 381 11 34.63 T Scott-Hibbert Stevenage IV 77.2 13 286 14 20.42 P Ashby Stevenage IV 161.4 24 567 27 21.00 A M Cook Flamstead II 142.3 27 548 25 21.92

Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League

League Presentation Dinner Beales Hotel, Hatfield Friday 5th October 2007 7.30pm for 8.00pm

MC Roger Dakin Esq

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Best Batting & Bowling Performances 1994-2006 (All Divisions) Most Runs In A Season Runs Player 1063 S. March 1042 A. Christian 1014 J. R. Turner 1004 B. Lydeamore 980 P. McGiffin 976 P. Hewitt 960 C. Boyd 951 T. P. Anstead 943 D. Mercer 939 G. Thomason 932 R. Austin 915 G. D. Hanlon

Team Wormley Old Haberdashers Knebworth Park II Southgate Compton Northchurch Holtwhites Trinibis Knebworth Park St Margaretsbury Dunstable Metropolitan Police Bushey Stevenage Sawbridgeworth

Division Three Four Three Six Two Five Two One (1st XI) One (1st XI) Eight Premier (1st XI) Premier (1st XI)

Season 2004 2006 2004 2001 2004 2006 2004 1998 1998 2006 1996 1995

Division Two Six Two Two Five Three (1st XI) Two

Date 25/08/01 23/05/98 02/06/01 05/08/06 03/07/99 10/05/97 09/08/03

Division One Four Eight One Two Four Nine Two One (1st XI) Ten

Season 2003 2006 2001 2002 2005 2003 2003 2004 1999 2003

Division One One (1st XI) Three (1st XI) Two (2nd XI) Five Premier (1st XI) Three (2nd XI) Eleven Six

Date 16/09/00 15/05/99 15/05/99 26/08/95 26/08/00 25/07/98 31/05/97 22/07/06 09/08/03

Highest Individual Scores Score Player 208* J. A. Freedman 207 B. Pilay 203* G. Flint 203* J. Heslam 201* G. Hamid 200* M. Turner 200 N. Reardon

Match Old Albanian v Kings Langley Old Centralians v Rickmansworth III Hoddesdon II v. Hatfield Reed v Chorleywood Old Centralians v Berkhamsted Ickleford v Old Cholmeleians Knebworth Park II v. Northwood

Most Wickets In A Season Wickets 81 79 78 77 76 75 74 72 69 69

Player D. P. Duggan M. R. Sazenis T. A. Savanhu C. F. Hopper M. Waters I. R. Brown T. Head B. Klosterman B. Klosterman A. P. T. Wilkinson

Team North Mymms Chipperfield Wormley II Sawbridgeworth Preston Stevenage II Northchurch II Leverstock Green Leverstock Green Flamstead

Best Bowling Performances Figures 10-18 10-26 10-30 10-38 10-42 10-43 10-46 10-49 10-56

Player J. Griffin M. G. Bruce R. Davenport C. Low R. Garrett P. J. O’Reilly R. Masters S. Clarke M. Evans

Match Berkhamsted v Hoddesdon II Old Albanian v Chorleywood Old Cholmeleians v Northchurch Old Millhillians II v. Northampton Exiles II Harpenden II v. St Margaretsbury II Langleybury v Knebworth Park Southgate Compton v. Elstree Met Police (Bushey) II v. Sawbridgeworth IV Radlett IV v. Letchworth III

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Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Principal Records 2000-2006 Premier Division Most Runs In A Season Most 811 768 669 642 585 583 577 571 566 564

Runs In A Season 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. Foster (West Herts) S. March (Hoddesdon) S. March (Hoddesdon) D. S. Whittingham (Bishop's Stortford) M. Barham (Letchworth) S. 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. 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 (B Stortford) D. P. Duggan (North Mymms) J. G. J. Selby (B Stortford) B. Frazer (Hertford)

2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2001 2001

44 43 42 41 41 41 40

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

A.R. Garofall M. Hussain M. V. Brown D. S. Whittingham I. Brown R. Channer M. Woosley A. Newland B. J. Frazer R. Kingshott R. Cordingley J. Ryan

R. S. Jerome (Langleybury) C. N. Spinks (Langleybury) D. M. Smith (Stevenage) S. R. Easterbrook (West Herts) M. V. Brown (Hoddesdon) I. 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)

2000 2001 2001 2001 2000 2001 2000 2000 2000 2000 29/7/00 12/5/01 12/5/01 22/7/00 24/6/00 23/6/01 16/9/00 3/6/00 6/5/00 30/6/01 19/8/00 28/7/01 24/6/00 23/6/01 5/8/00 30/6/01 10/6/00 28/8/00 2001 2000 2000 2000 2000 2001 2000 13/5/00 6/5/00 20/5/00 22/7/00 28/8/00 11/8/01 29/7/00 24/6/00 12/5/01 2/9/00 28/8/00 12/8/00

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Division One

Most Runs In A Season 868 865 844 829 804 795 795 769 761 764

M. R. Lewis (Bishop’s Stortford) D. Mercer (Dunstable) B. S. Wilson (St Margaretsbury) D. M. Hull (Sawbridgeworth) J. R. Page (Luton Town & Indians) M. Barham (Letchworth) Zeeshan Butt (St. Albans) D. Dawson (Millhillians) Iroshan de Silva (Harpenden) D. M. Robinson (Radlett II)

2003 2003 2006 2003 2003 2004 2006 2006 2006 2003

740 697 696 694 688 686 681 681 675 672

Highest Individual Scores 160 159* 153* 146* 146 142 139* 136* 136* 136* 135 133* 133* 131* 131 130 130 129* 127 126* 125 124* 124* 123* 123 122* 122* 121 120 119 118 118 118 118 117 116 115 115 114* 114* 114 114 113 113* 112* 112 111* 111 111*

Iroshan de Silva M. Barham D. Goodwin A. R. J. Barnard G. S. Hayward L. J. Vivian D. Dawson C. A. Sanders Zeeshan Butt D. Dawson Zeeshan Butt D. Mercer B. S. Wilson R. Mohamed J. Moffatt M. Brookes R. M. Carter T. Morton M. Howeson I. J. F. Hutchinson N. Brady A. G. Norman D. J. G. Sammy D. Salvi A. Ranade D. W. Elder D. Dawson D. Goodwin G. Jones B. Hammond D. Salvi S. J. Page M. Drury Shazhad Malik C. F. Hopper I. McKinley D. Dawson N. Reardon D. M. Robinson R. Mohamed D. Mercer J. Moffatt M. R. Lewis Iroshan De Silva Iroshan De Silva M. Herring Shazhad Malik N. Hodgins S. G. Cordingley

Iroshan de Silva (Harpenden) A. S. Lewis (North Mymms) A. S. Lewis (North Mymms) S. G. Cordingley (Hertford) S. Marshall (Letchworth) B. M. O’Shea (St Margaretsbury) D. M. Hull (Sawbridgeworth) C. A. Sanders (Abbots Langley) M. D. Saxby (North Mymms) S. March (Letchworth)

Harpenden v. Langleybury (Harpenden Common) Letchworth v. Hitchin (Whitethorn Lane) Millhillians v. Potters Bar (The Walk) Bishop’s Stortford v. Luton Town & Indians (Wardown Park) Sawbridgeworth v. Hitchin (Town Fields) Chorleywood v. North Mymms (The Common) Millhillians v. Berkhamsted (Headstone Lane) Abbots Langley v. North Mymms (Home Farm) St Albans v. Letchworth (Clarence Park) Millhillians v. Hitchin (Lucas Lane) St Albans v. Harpenden (Harpenden Common) Dunstable v. Sawbridgeworth (Town Fields) St Margaretsbury v. Harpenden (Harpenden Common) Abbots Langley v. Hertford (Manor House Ground) Hitchin v. Dunstable (Lucas Lane) Harpenden v. Dunstable (Harpenden Common) Hertford v. Dunstable (Balls Park) Hoddesdon v. Dunstable (Lowfield) St. Albans v. Dunstable (Clarence Park) Millhillians v. Welwyn Garden City (Headstone Lane) Northwood v. Langleybury (Hunton Bridge) Potters Bar v. Cockfosters (The Walk) Millhillians v. Dunstable (Lancot Park) Luton Town & Indians v. Letchworth (Whitethorn Lane) Hitchin v. Sawbridgeworth (Town Fields) North Mymms v. Luton Town & Indians (Home Farm) Millhillians v. St Margaretsbury (St Margaretsbury Rec Ground) Millhillians v. Sawbridgeworth (Town Fields) Millhillians v. Potters Bar (The Walk) Hitchin v. Harpenden (Harpenden Common) Luton Town & Indians v. Hitchin (Wardown Park) Welwyn Garden City v Hitchin (Digswell Park) Bishop’s Stortford v. Radlett II (Cobden Hill) Langleybury v. Berkhamsted (Hunton Bridge) Sawbridgeworth v. Letchworth (Whitethorn Lane) St Albans v. Letchworth (Whitethorn Lane) Millhillians v. Berkhamsted (Headstone Lane) Knebworth Park v. Langleybury (Hunton Bridge) Radlett II v. Hitchin (Lucas Lane) Abbots Langley v. Knebworth Park (Manor House Ground) Dunstable v. Radlett II (Lancot Park) Hitchin v. Radlett II (Lucas Lane) Bishop’s Stortford v. Letchworth (Whitethorn Lane) Harpenden v. Hertford (Harpenden Common) Harpenden v. St Albans (Harpenden Common) Berkhamsted v. Northwood (Ducks Hill Road) Langleybury v. St Margaretsbury (St Margaretsbury Rec Ground) Abbots Langley v. Dunstable (Manor House Ground) Hertford v. St. Albans (Clarence Park)

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2005 2002 2003 2005 2003 2002 2001 2003 2003 2006

29/7/06 19/6/04 23/6/01 31/5/03 5/8/00 18/8/01 13/5/06 12/7/03 17/6/06 12/8/06 1/7/06 1/9/01 3/6/06 7/8/04 31/8/03 31/8/03 15/5/04 14/5/05 6/8/05 12/8/00 1/7/06 11/8/01 20/8/05 14/8/04 7/7/01 30/8/03 2/9/06 18/8/01 6/5/00 28/6/03 7/8/04 24/6/00 12/7/03 22/7/06 31/8/02 2/7/05 13/5/06 4/9/04 13/9/03 26/6/04 24/6/00 13/9/03 3/5/03 11/6/05 14/5/05 10/6/06 9/9/06 19/7/03 25/6/05


Most Wickets In A Season 81 77 67 67 57 54 54 53 52 51

D. P. Duggan (North Mymms) C. F. Hopper (Sawbridgeworth) C. F. Hopper (Sawbridgeworth) A. M. Blincoe (St Margaretsbury) D. P. Moore (Hitchin) A. K. Webster (Millhillians) D. P. Duggan (North Mymms) A. Ranade (Hitchin) L. R. Dry (Chorleywood) D. P. Moore (Hitchin)

2003 2002 2003 2006 2004 2002 2002 2001 2000 2002

51 51 51 49 48 48 47 47 46 46

Best Bowling Performances 9-21 9-49 8-8 8-19 8-24 8-30 8-32 8-36 8-43 8-43 8-49 8-56 8-62 8-64 8-65 8-81 8-95 7-9 7-18 7-23 7-26 7-27 7-29 7-32 7-33 7-34 7-34 7-34 7-34 7-34 7-37 7-37 7-40 7-41 7-42 7-43 7-44 7-44 7-44 7-45 7-46 7-47 7-47 7-47 7-48 7-48 7-50 7-51 7-52 7-53 7-54 7-55

G. Turner P. J. Caley C. F. Hopper J. Kerley D. P. Duggan A. K. Webster L. R. Dry C. F. Hopper D. P. Duggan D. P. Moore C. Brook A. M. Blincoe T. Haydon B. K. Canagasabey S. Roberts D. P. Moore R. Noach A. K. Webster A. Khan G. Jones S. Rennison C. F. Hopper N. Parsooth A. Bray D. P. Moore G. Fisher D. P. Duggan C. F. Hopper A.R. Foster Iroshan De Silva A.K. Webster P. Hobbs C. F. Hopper D. P. Moore S. Khamkar A. Ranade D. J. Searle B. Klosterman M. W. Patterson C. F. Hopper D. M. Wedlake S. Watts D. Carlisle G. Jones C. Brook A. Ranade M. V. Brown Z. Butt N. Parsooth A. K. Webster D. P. Moore R. C. Taberner

G. Fisher (Knebworth Park) C. Brook (Knebworth Park) R. S. Jerome (Letchworth) D. P. Moore (Hitchin) N. Parsooth (Luton Town & Indians) M. V. Brown (St Margaretsbury) A. K. Webster (Millhillians) T. Haydon (Cockfosters) D. P. Moore (Hitchin) S. J. Watts (Dunstable)

Knebworth Park v. North Mymms (Home Farm) St. Albans v. Letchworth (Whitethorn Lane) Sawbridgeworth v. Watford (Town Fields) Harpenden v. Letchworth (Harpenden Common) North Mymms v. Langleybury (Home Farm) Millhillians v. Cockfosters (Headstone Lane) Chorleywood v. Radlett II (The Common) Sawbridgeworth v. North Mymms (Town Fields) North Mymms v. Hitchin (Home Farm) Hitchin v. Chorleywood (The Common) Knebworth Park v. Sawbridgeworth (Old Knebworth Lane) Millhillians v. St. Margaretsbury (Headstone Lane) Cockfosters v. Sawbridgeworth (Town Fields) Knebworth Park v. Letchworth (Old Knebworth Lane) Letchworth v. Chorleywood (Whitethorn Lane) Hitchin v. Harpenden (The Common) Northwood v. Berkhamsted (Kitchener’s Field) Millhillians v. Knebworth Park (Headstone Lane) Dunstable v. Letchworth (Whitethorn Lane) Millhillians v. Radlett II (Headstone Lane) Dunstable v. Leverstock Green (Bedmond Road) Sawbridgeworth v. Radlett II (Town Fields) Luton Town & Indians v. Letchworth (Wardown Park) Northwood v. Berkhamsted (Kitchener’s Field) Hitchin v. Harpenden (Lucas Lane) Knebworth Park v. Letchworth (Whitethorn Lane) North Mymms v. Cockfosters (Chalk Lane) Sawbridgeworth v. Letchworth (Whitethorn Lane) Sawbridgeworth v. Knebworth Park (Old Knebworth Lane) Harpenden v. Hitchin (Lucas Lane) Millhillians v. Cockfosters (Chalk Lane) Abbots Langley v. Bishop’s Stortford (Manor House Ground) Sawbridgeworth v. Abbots Langley (Manor House Ground) Hitchin v. Harpenden (Lucas Lane) Luton Town & Indians v. Berkhamsted (Wardown Park) Hitchin v. Chorleywood (The Common) North Mymms v. Letchworth (Home Farm) Leverstock Green v. Abbots Langley (Bedmond Road) Hertford v. Langleybury (Balls Park) Sawbridgeworth v. Knebworth Park (Town Fields) Chorleywood v. Abbots Langley (Manor House Ground) Dunstable v. Knebworth Park (Lancot Park) Abbots Langley v. Sawbridgeworth (Manor House Ground) Millhillians v. Chorleywood (The Common) Knebworth Park v. Potters Bar (Old Knebworth Lane) Hitchin v. Potters Bar (The Walk) St. Margaretsbury v. Harpenden (St. Margaretsbury Recreation Ground) St Albans v. Letchworth (Clarence Park) Luton Town & Indians v. Abbots Langley (Wardown Park) Millhillians v. Hitchin (Headstone Lane) Langleybury v. Hitchin (Hunton Bridge) Welwyn Garden City v. Leverstock Green (Bedmond Road) 110

2003 2003 2006 2005 2005 2002 2000 2001 2003 2003

11/8/01 2/7/05 22/6/02 22/6/02 24/5/03 1/9/01 8/7/00 25/5/02 25/8/01 14/5/05 26/5/01 1/7/06 25/8/01 24/7/04 27/8/05 25/5/02 12/8/06 11/5/02 23/6/01 3/6/00 22/5/04 17/5/03 12/6/04 12/8/06 3/9/05 19/5/01 2/6/01 29/6/02 30/8/03 2/7/05 30/6/01 30/8/03 5/7/03 26/5/03 1/7/06 9/6/01 5/7/03 3/7/04 14/8/04 10/8/02 21/8/04 18/8/01 5/7/03 6/8/05 12/5/01 18/8/01 11/5/02 3/9/05 28/6/03 7/9/02 29/5/04 1/7/00


Division Two

Most Runs In A Season 980 960 882 834 785 780 776 775 753 740 727

P. McGiffin (Northchurch) C. Boyd (Knebworth Park II) C. Watson (Knebworth Park) G. Flint (Hoddesdon II) H. Jadhav (Watford) S. Harvey (Dunstable) S. D. L. Davis (Eversholt) R. Mohamed (Kings Langley) Deepak Cheruvililil (Northwood) J. R. Turner (Knebworth Park II) M. Cox (Northchurch)

2004 2005 2000 2001 2003 2006 2003 2002 2004 2006 2003

727 726 717 714 704 701 697 692 692 692

Highest Individual Scores 208* 203* 203* 200 175 168* 167* 154 150* 149* 147 146* 146 142 138 136* 135 134* 131* 130 129* 129* 129 127* 127 126* 125* 125 124 123* 122* 122 121* 121 121 121 121 120* 120* 120 120 119* 119 118* 118 118 118 117* 117*

J. A. Freedman G. Flint J. Heslam N. Reardon P. McGiffin A. Mehta I. McNicol J. R. Lewis C. Boyd R. Jadanauth M. R. Evans N. J. C. Gandon C. Ferguson B. R. Hellewell P. Ashford R. Mohamed N. Sen H. Jadhav C. Van der Merwe M. Howard T. Alam N. Dodd P. McGiffin D. English N. Faith H. Jadhav S. Morrall A. Summerfield J. R. Turner C. Watson M. Craft R. Mohamed K. Rolfe A. Wylie G. Ferguson J. Fearn S. Burford C. Boyd M. Hughes A. Evlambiou M. Southam J. A. Freedman A. Khan J. Heslam P. Gurney M. Hill B. Hutchings J. McMillan S. Hussey

R. Jadanauth (Abbots Langley) D. Fortescue (Northchurch) S. D. L. Davis (Eversholt) J. A. Freedman (Old Albanian) J. Heslam (Reed) R. Jadanauth (Kings Langley) A. Mehta (Potters Bar II) S, March (Wormley) R. Mohamed (Abbots Langley) N. Sen (Watford)

Old Albanian v. Kings Langley (Shenley Park) Hoddesdon II v. Hatfield (Lowfield) Reed v. Chorleywood (Blacksmith’s Lane) Knebworth Park II v. Northwood (Ducks Hill Road) Northchurch v. Flitwick (The Meadow) Potters Bar II v. Chipperfield (The Walk) Chipperfield v. Wormley (Church Lane) Radlett II v. Leverstock Green (Bedmond Road) Knebworth Park II v. Old Finchleians (Old Knebworth Lane) Kings Langley v. Watford (Vicarage Lane) Radlett II v. Northwood (Ducks Hill Road) Hoddesdon II v. Kings Langley (Lowfield) Flitwick v. Potters Bar II (The Vale) Hoddesdon II v. Old Albanian (Shenley Park) Kings Langley v. Northchurch (The Meadow) Kings Langley v. Hemel Hempstead II (Heath Park) Watford v. Northchurch (The Meadow) Watford v. Berkhamsted (Woodside) Harpenden v. Kings Langley (Vicarage Lane) Harpenden v. Bishop’s Stortford (Cricketfield Lane) Berkhamsted v. Harpenden (Kitchener’s Field) Old Albanian v. Preston (Shenley Park) Northchurch v. Reed (The Meadow) Welwyn Garden City II v. Northchurch (Digswell Park) Northwood v. Welwyn Garden City II (Digswell Park) Watford v. Harpenden (Woodside) Ampthill Town v. Welwyn Garden City II (Digswell Park) Flitwick v. Berkhamsted (Kitchener’s Field) Knebworth Park II v. Leverstock Green (Bedmond Road) Knebworth Park v. Abbots Langley (Old Knebworth Lane) Leverstock Green v. Northchurch (Bedmond Road) Kings Langley v. Old Albanian (Vicarage Lane) Kings Langley v. Hoddesdon II (Lowfield) St. Margaretsbury v. Broxbourne (St. Margaretsbury Rec Ground) Broxbourne v. Radlett II (Cobden Hill) Berkhamsted v. Watford (Kitchener’s Field) Old Albanian v. Knebworth Park II (Woollams) Knebworth Park II v. St Albans II (Old Knebworth Lane) Berkhamsted v. Kings Langley (Vicarage Lane) Hoddesdon II v. Abbots Langley (Lowfield) Watford v. Hertford II (Balls Park) Old Albanian v. Hatfield (Shenley Park) Chipperfield v. Hoddesdon (Lowfield) Reed v. Northchurch (The Meadow) Flitwick v. Radlett II (Cobden Hill) Old Albanian v. Wormley (Church Lane) Radlett II v. Kings Langley (Vicarage Lane) Eversholt v. Hatfield (Ascots Lane) Northwood v. Hoddesdon II (Ducks Hill Road) 111

2005 2003 2001 2001 2006 2006 2006 2003 2005 2006

25/8/01 2/6/01 5/8/06 9/8/03 31/7/04 1/7/06 8/9/01 18/6/05 18/6/05 15/7/06 12/5/04 9/6/01 12/8/06 28/7/01 12/7/03 14/6/03 24//6/06 31/5/03 19/6/04 3/7/04 15/7/00 8/9/01 19/6/04 15/7/06 16/7/05 7/8/04 1/7/06 26/5/01 8/7/06 26/8/00 25/6/05 1/6/02 9/6/01 17/6/00 8/9/01 4/9/04 5/8/06 28/5/05 20/8/05 22/7/00 11/6/05 18/8/01 31/5/03 19/6/04 27/7/02 9/8/03 21/8/03 9/6/01 4/8/01


117* 117 117 117 116* 116* 116* 116* 116 116 116 115* 115* 115* 115 115 115 114* 114 114 114 114 114

P. Ashford R. Mohamed J. Carstens A.Mehta R. Mohamed P. McGiffen G. J. Dill C. Eichler J. A. Freedman R. Cummings R. Gatehouse M. Cousens J. Pinkett R. Jadanauth S. D. L. Davis S. D. L. Davis A. Chaudry M. D. Dale I. R. Potton B. Drew K. Manzoor J. R. Turner M. Taylor

Kings Langley v. Welwyn Garden City II (Vicarage Lane) Kings Langley v. Broxbourne (Vicarage Lane) Old Albanian v. Eversholt (Eversholt Recreation Ground) Potters Bar II v. Northwood Town (The Walk) Kings Langley v. Northchurch (The Meadow) Northchurch v. Kings Langley (Vicarage Lane) Old Albanian v. Luton Town II (Beech Bottom) Berkhamsted v. Flitwick (Kitchener’s Field) Old Albanian v. Rickmansworth (Shenley Park) Ampthill Town v. Flitwick (Ampthill Park) Preston v. Kings Langley (Vicarage Lane) Radlett II v. Old Albanian (Cobden Hill) Hoddesdon II v. Radlett II (Cobden Hill) Kings Langley v. Leverstock Green (Bedmond Road) Eversholt v. Preston (Preston Cricket Ground) Eversholt v. Old Albanian (Eversholt Recreation Ground) Radlett II v. Hoddesdon II (Cobden Hill) Hemel Hempstead II v. Eversholt (Heath Park) Hemel Hempstead II v. Hoddesdon II (Heath Park) Knebworth Park II v. Hoddesdon II (Lowfield) Watford v. St. Albans II (Clarence Park) Knebworth Park II v. Abbots Langley (Manor House Ground) Potters Bar II v. Flitwick II (The Vale)

Most Wickets In A Season 76 72 64 60 57 57 56 55 55

M. Waters (Preston) B. Klosterman (Leverstock Green) T. Haydon (Cockfosters) C. Siegele (Berkhamsted) O. Janaway (Berkhamsted) P. Tidey (Reed) B. Klosterman (Leverstock Green) M. O’Carroll (Cottered) M. Waters (Preston)

2005 2003 2003 2000 2005 2005 2001 2003 2003

55 54 52 52 51 51 50 50 50

Best Bowling Performances 10-18 9-30 9-39 9-71 8-13 8-18 8-21 8-22 8-28 8-29 8-29 8-30 8-33 8-34 8-40 8-40 8-43 8-45 8-46 8-56 7-16 7-18 7-21 7-23 7-24 7-24 7-24 7-24 7-25

J. Griffin S. Tilbury P. Frost T. Haydon A. Khan R. Sutcliffe C. Degnan A. Mason P. R. Woolley B. Klosterman M. Aitkin C. Arnold K. Manzoor T. Cooke A. Owen B. Mahoney N. Forden P. Harrington M. Riant J. A. Chaudhry J. Kerley D. Wilkinson R. Sutcliffe C. Foster M. Waters M. Rana G. Burchett C. Degnan P. Miller

S. Noach (Northwood) B. Klosterman (Leverstock Green) J. Schaw (Berkhamsted) B. Klosterman (Leverstock Green) T. Haydon (Cockfosters) M. Burton (Northchurch) M. Rana (Flitwick) M. Aitkin (Preston) T. Morton (Kings Langley)

Berkhamsted v. Hoddesdon II (Kitchener’s Field) St. Margaretsbury v. Hatfield (Ascots Lane) Northwood v. Harpenden (Ducks Hill Road) Cockfosters v. Old Finchleians (Chalk Lane) Dunstable II v. Wormley (Lancot Park) Abbots Langley v. Hatfield (Ascots Lane) Ampthill Town v. Cockfosters (Ampthill Park) Old Albanian v. Harpenden (Harpenden Common) Welwyn Garden City II v. Radlett II (Cobden Hill) Leverstock Green v. Cockfosters (Bedmond Road) Preston v. Cockfosters (Chalk Lane) Harpenden v. Eversholt (Eversholt) Watford v. Leverstock Green (Bedmond Road) Flitwick v. Hertford II (The Vale) Berkhamsted v. Knebworth Park II (Old Knebworth Lane) Harpenden v. Flitwick (Harpenden Common) Ampthill Town v. Hertford II (Balls Park) Hemel Hempstead II v. Eversholt (Heath Park) Berkhamsted v. Preston (Kitchener’s Field) St. Albans II v. Berkhamsted (Clarence Park) Harpenden v. Northwood (Ducks Hill Road) Northchurch v. Leverstock Green (Bedmond Road) Abbots Langley v. Kings Langley (Vicarage Lane) Abbots Langley v. Watford (Woodside) Preston v. Leverstock Green (Preston Cricket Ground) Flitwick v. Leverstock Green (The Vale) Radlett II v. Hertford II (Cobden Hill) Ampthill Town v. Chorleywood (Ampthill Park) Broxbourne v. Leverstock Green (Bedmond Road) 112

5/8/06 15/6/02 3/8/02 10/6/06 12/7/03 7/8/04 16/9/00 28/5/05 11/8/01 5/8/06 2/9/06 29/6/02 1/5/04 3/9/05 30/6/01 3/8/02 1/5/04 24/5/03 22/6/02 20/7/02 24/7/04 15/7/06 12/8/06

2005 2005 2002 2002 2002 2005 2001 2003 2003

16/9/00 1/9/01 16/9/00 9/6/03 23/8/03 22/6/02 30/8/03 28/8/00 2/7/05 2/8/03 16/8/03 1/9/01 30/4/05 22/5/04 23/8/03 12/6/04 7/8/04 24/5/03 13/7/02 12/6/04 8/7/00 10/5/03 27/7/02 8/7/06 1/9/01 8/9/01 10/7/04 24/6/06 14/7/01


7-25 7-26 7-27 7-30 7-30 7-31 7-32 7-32 7-32 7-34 7-34 7-35 7-36 7-36 7-36 7-36 7-37 7-38 7-41 7-41 7-42. 7-44 7-45 7-46 7-47 7-48 7-49 7-51 7-52 7-53 7-53 7-53 7-55 7-55 7-56 7-56 7-56 7-58 7-61 7-62 7-64 7-64 7-66 7-66 7-66

S. Cherry Dunstable v. Reed (Lancot Park) B. Crichton Harpenden v. Wormley (Harpenden Common) R. Morris Hemel Hempstead II v. Berkhamsted (Kitchener’s Field) M. A. Wood Leverstock Green v. Radlett II (Bedmond Road) M.Aitkin Preston v. Hemel Hempstead II (Preston Cricket Ground) P. Knowles Northwood v. Broxbourne (Broxbourne Sports Club) T. Mastoid Reed v. St Albans II (Blacksmith Lane) K. B. Reimers Bishop’s Stortford v. Abbots Langley (Cricketfield Lane) M. C. Ilott Potters Bar II v. Preston (The Walk) B. Warner Abbots Langley v. St. Margaretsbury (St. Margaretsbury Rec Ground) C. Siegele Berkhamsted v. Harpenden (Kitchener’s Field) I. C. Edwards Radlett II v. Kings Langley (Vicarage Lane) V. Morrow Eversholt v. Chipperfield (The Common) M. Waters Preston v. Eversholt (Eversholt Recreation Ground) K. B. Reimers Bishop’s Stortford v. Preston (Preston Cricket Ground) D. Depala Old Finchleians v. Chorleywood (Woodside Park) M. Waters Preston v. Welwyn Garden City II (Digswell Park) M. Waters Preston v. Dunstable (Lancot Park) M. Burton Northchurch v. Hertford II (Balls Park) D. Salt Ampthill Town v. Abbots Langley (Ampthill Park) C. Siegele Berkhamsted v. Rickmansworth (Kitchener’s Field) H. Labuschagne Leverstock Green v. Hemel Hempstead II (Bedmond Road) B. Drew Knebworth Park II v. Flitwick (Old Knebworth Lane) B. Klosterman Leverstock Green v. Kings Langley (Vicarage Lane) Chamikara MudalingeWatford v. Leverstock Green (Woodside) T. Haydon Cockfosters v. Kings Langley (Vicarage Lane) M. Waters Preston v. Knebworth Park (Preston Cricket Ground) B. Klosterman Leverstock Green v. Hoddesdon II (Lowfield) T. Morton Kings Langley v. Hoddesdon II (Lowfield) B. Klosterman Leverstock Green v. UCA (UCL Athletic Ground) J. Tricker Radlett II v. Hemel Hempstead II (Heath Park) M. Waters Preston v. Hoddesdon II (Lowfield) S. Jackson Radlett II v. Hatfield (Cobden Hill) G. Sinclair Hoddesdon II v. Berkhamsted (Kitcheners Field) I. Frost Rickmansworth v. Southgate Adelaide (Walker Ground) V. Morrow Eversholt v. Hatfield (Ascots Lane) M. Edwards Bishop’s Stortford v. Hemel Hempstead II (Cricketfield Lane) R. Stevenson Wormley v. Hatfield (Ascots Lane) M. Waters Preston v. Old Albanian (Woollams Playing Fields) R. Latchman Northwood v. Hatfield (Ascots Lane) B. Klosterman Leverstock Green v. St. Margaretsbury (St. Margaretsbury Rec Ground) S. Dight Northchurch v. Bishop’s Stortford (Cricketfield Lane) N. Smith Broxbourne v. Radlett II (Mill Close Lane) A. R. P. McCree Old Albanian v. Wormley (Church Lane) P. Tidey Reed v. Kings Langley (Blacksmith’s Lane)

26/8/06 9/6/01 24/7/04 22/6/02 6/9/03 29/4/00 28/8/04 6/8/05 5/8/06 12/8/00 15/7/00 4/5/01 11/5/02 9/8/03 30/4/05 19/8/06 27/8/05 1/7/06 16/7/05 9/9/06 17/6/00 23/8/03 11/5/02 3/5/03 1/7/06 31/8/02 25/6/05 28/6/03 30/8/03 18/5/02 3/8/02 4/9/04 10/8/02 21/6/03 12/5/01 9/6/01 7/8/04 28/7/01 2/7/05 17/8/02 9/6/01 21/8/04 13/7/02 9/6/03 17/6/06

Division Three

Most Runs In A Season 1063 1014 919 882 846 836 790 783 764 749

S. March (Wormley) J. R. Turner (Knebworth Park II) D. Wallis (Wormley) Muhammad Akoojee (Radlett II) S. Gale (Hatfield) D. Wallis (Wormley) J. Swanton (Rickmansworth) S. Stroomer (Datchworth) D. O’Leary (Cockfosters) S. March (Wormley)

2004 2004 2002 2006 2006 2000 2003 2006 2004 2005

743 743 733 730 712 701 699 695 690 690

Highest Individual Scores 181 175 172* 165

Sohail Idress J. R. Turner J. R. Turner J. Balkham

Sohail Idress (Stevenage II) Yasir Arafat (St Albans II) M. Fisher (Cockfosters) S. Wiese (Harpenden II) P. McGiffin (Northchurch) R. Hale (County Hall) M. Fisher (Cockfosters) M. Gradwell (Ampthill Town) C. Yorath (Redbourn) R. Ahluwalia (Northwood Town)

Stevenage II v. Eversholt (Eversholt Recreation Ground) Knebworth Park II v. Botany Bay (Old Knebworth Lane) Knebworth Park II v. County Hall (Old Knebworth Lane) Hoddesdon II v. Radlett (Lowfield) 113

2006 2006 2005 2002 2002 2004 2006 2001 2003 2005

15/7/06 31/7/04 22/5/04 10/6/06


162* 159* 158* 150* 145 142 140* 139* 138* 136* 136* 135* 135 134* 133 130 129* 128 126* 126 125* 125* 125* 125* 125 124 123* 123* 123 123 122 121* 120* 120* 120 120 119* 119* 118 117* 117* 117 116* 116 116 116 116 115 115 115 114* 114* 114

M. Gradwell N. Siddique H. Nataraj G. Wise M. Fordham C. Yorath S. Stroomer C. Yorath S. Gale J. Harris S. Penny C. Letford G. Bishton G. Bishton P. McGiffin Sohail Idress D. Ferguson C. Riley A. R. J. Barnard H. H. McCue D. Wallis S. March S. March M. Fitzpatrick A. Cole S. March L. A. B. Humphrey C. Tibbett H. Nataraj A. R. J. Barnard S. Fishpool D. Becker D. Wallis D. O’Leary C. Letford M. Gentle R. Hale J. R. Turner S. Wiese S. March C. Cook G. Bartlett Yasir Arafat B. Conway A. Newman J. Merrell J. R. Turner J. Sherring A. Bartlett M. Fordham C. Yorath P. A. P. Driver I. R. Potton

Ampthill Town v. Luton Town II (Wardown Park) Southgate Adelaide v. Hertford II (Walker Ground) Wheathampstead v. Knebworth Park II (Old Knebworth Lane) Clarendon v. Southgate Adelaide (Cow Roast) Harpenden II v. Eversholt (Eversholt Recreation Ground) Redbourn v. Welwyn Garden City II (North Common Road) Datchworth v. Hertford II (Balls Park) Redbourn v. Southgate Adelaide (Walker Ground) Hatfield v. St Albans II (Clarence Park) Harpenden II v. Chipperfield (Harpenden Common) Cockfosters v. Hertford II (Chalk Lane) Letchworth II v. Hatfield (Whitethorn Lane) Letchworth II v. Waltham Cross Rosedale (Rosedale Sports Club) Letchworth II v. Potters Bar II (Whitethorn Lane) Northchurch v. Wheathampstead (Nomansland Common) Stevenage II v. Cockfosters (Chalk Lane) Redbourn v. Langleybury II (Hunton Bridge) Clarendon v. Stevenage II (Cow Roast) Bishop’s Stortford II v. Redbourn (Cricketfield Lane) Welwyn Garden City II v. Stevenage II (Digswell Park) Wormley v. Wheathampstead (Church Lane) Wormley v. Bishop’s Stortford II (Cricketfield Lane) Wormley v. County Hall (Church Lane) Southgate Adelaide v. Wormley (Walker Ground) Southgate Adelaide v. Hoddesdon II (Walker Ground) Wormley v. Bushey (Church Lane) Bishop’s Stortford II v. Letchworth II (Whitethorn Lane) Dunstable II v. Southgate Adelaide (Lancot Park) Wheathampstead v. Cottered (Nomansland Common) Bishop’s Stortford II v. Bayford and Hertford (Cricketfield Lane) Bishop’s Stortford II v. Southgate Adelaide (Walker Ground) Cockfosters v. Northwood Town (Chalk Lane) Wormley v. Flitwick (The Vale) Cockfosters v. Hoddesdon II (Chalk Lane) Letchworth II v. Harpenden II (Harpenden Common) Waltham Cross Rosedale v. Harpenden II (Harpenden Common) County Hall v. Harpenden II (Leahoe) Knebworth Park II v. Sawbridgeworth II (Old Knebworth Lane) Harpenden II v. Letchworth II (Harpenden Common) Wormley v. Redbourn (North Common Road) Wormley v. Dunstable II (Church Lane) Redbourn v. Bayford & Hertford (Bayford) St Albans II v. Letchworth II (Whitethorn Lane) Knebworth Park II v. Bishop’s Stortford II (Cricketfield Lane) Letchworth II v. Wormley (Whitethorn Lane) Botany Bay v. County Hall (Leahoe) Knebworth Park II v. Cottered (Cottered Playing Field) Botany Bay v. Bayford and Hertford (East Lodge Lane) County Hall v. Cockfosters (Chalk Lane) Harpenden II v. Letchworth II (Harpenden Common) Redbourn v. West Herts II (Park Avenue) Welwyn Garden City II v. Northampton Exiles (Clowes Ground) Hemel Hempstead III v. Hoddesdon II (Heath Park)

Most Wickets In A Season 65 61 60 59 58 54 54 54 50 48

Imran Khan (Totteridge) I. R. Brown (Stevenage II) T. Haydon (Cockfosters) M. Taylor (Potters Bar III) R. Doling (Northwood Town) M. Fenson (Wormley) P. Somani (Old Finchleians) I. R. Brown (Stevenage II) P. Somani (Old Finchleians) P. Somani (Old Finchleians)

2006 2000 2004 2005 2002 2000 2002 2004 2000 2001

47 47 46 46 46 46 45 45 44

114

W. Smith (Redbourn) L. Robertson (Northampton Exiles) S. Dight (Northchurch) J. James (Hertford II) G. Bradley (Broxbourne) T. Haydon (Cockfosters) P. Tidey (Reed) M. Brunsden (Clarendon) C. Stainsby (Welwyn Garden City II)

8/8/01 26/8/06 29/7/00 8/7/06 8/7/06 31/5/03 15/7/06 7/6/03 8/7/06 19/6/04 12/8/06 21/6/03 2/9/06 18/6/05 7/9/02 5/8/06 20/7/02 12/8/06 4/5/02 23/6/01 18/5/02 22/5/04 28/5/05 23/7/05 29/7/06 4/9/04 7/8/04 2/9/06 5/8/00 15/6/02 14/6/03 2/7/05 9/9/00 15/7/06 3/7/04 10/6/06 12/6/04 10/7/04 3/7/04 31/7/04 9/9/06 14/6/03 3/6/06 6/5/00 3/8/02 16/8/03 28/8/04 29/6/02 3/7/04 22/7/06 1/9/01 20/7/02 22/6/02

2001 2002 2002 2003 2005 2005 2003 2005 2002


Best Bowling Performances 9-39 9-39 9-45 9-50 9-51 8-26 8-31 8-31 8-35 8-36 8-45 8-50 8-53 8-53 8-54 8-55 8-63 7-6 7-9 7-11 7-13 7-14 7-14 7-19 7-20 7-21 7-31 7-33 7-33 7-34 7-34 7-34 7-35 7-36 7-36 7-36 7-37 7-37 7-37 7-38 7-38 7-40 7-40 7-42 7-42 7-42 7-43 7-43 7-45 7-45 7-45 7-46 7-48 7-51 7-54 7-54 7-54 7-55 7-55 7-55 7-58 7-59 7-60 7-61

I. R. Brown A. Jenkins T. Cooke C. Graves N. Morris N. Weaver N. Williams I. R. Brown L. Sheldrake S. Hunt P. Berry I. R. Brown J. Shaw M. Sayers C. Stainsby M. Fenson C. Graves G. Pickwell L. Robertson G. Ellerton K. Hull J. D. W. Wright A. Dudman J. Storey A. Winchester S. Chamberlin G. Phillips C. Degnan N. Williams M. Golder S. Dight A. Morris I. R. Brown K. Hull J. P. McGill D. Bushnell P. Patel G. Jarvis G. Bradley P. S. James A. Akers P. Berry E. Riddle I. Gurney L. Johnston P. Somani R. Doling M. Knowles M. Batchelor R. Morris R. Patel R. Stevenson R. Stevenson N. Stevens T. Cranston S. Avis J. Chaudhry M. Bailey R. Doling A. Jenkins N. Saunders W. Smith D. Day K. Davis

Stevenage II v. Harpenden II (Harpenden Common) Letchworth II v. Sawbridgeworth II (Whitethorn Lane) St Albans II v. Letchworth II (Clarence Park) County Hall v. Cottered (Leahoe) Bayford and Hertford v. Knebworth Park II (Old Knebworth Lane) Wheathampstead v. Letchworth II (Nomansland Common) Botany Bay v. County Hall (Leahoe) Stevenage II v. Sawbridgeworth II (Ditchmore Lane) Waltham Cross Rosedale v. Wormley (Rosedale Sports Club) Botany Bay v. Clarendon (Cow Roast) Cottered v. Eversholt (Eversholt Recreation Ground) Stevenage II v. Wormley (Ditchmore Lane) St. Albans II v. Bayford and Hertford (Clarence Park) Cockfosters v. Letchworth II (Whitethorn Lane) Welwyn Garden City II v. Wheathampstead (Nomansland Common) Wormley v. Old Camdenians (Church Lane) County Hall v. Stevenage II (Leahoe) Redbourn v. County Hall (Leahoe) Northampton Exiles v. Wheathampstead (Clowes Ground) Dunstable II v. Bishop’s Stortford II (Lancot Park) Redbourn v. County Hall (North Common Road) Knebworth Park II v. Langleybury II (Old Knebworth Lane) Old Finchleians v. Wormley (Church Lane) Waltham Cross Rosedale v. Botany Bay (Rosedale Sports Ground) Harpenden II v. Clarendon (Harpenden Common) Wheathampstead v. Northampton Exiles (Clowes Ground) Langleybury II v. Botany Bay II (East Lodge Lane) Ampthill Town v. Luton Town II (Wardown Park) Botany Bay v. Bishop’s Stortford II (Cricketfield Lane) Hatfield v. Welwyn Garden City II (Ascots Lane) Northchurch v. Bishop’s Stortford II (Cricketfield Lane) Southgate Adelaide II v. Hertford II (Balls Park) Stevenage II v. Chipperfield (Ditchmore Lane) Redbourn v. St. Albans II (Clarence Park) Welwyn Garden City II v. Bushey (Digswell Park) Northwood Town v. Bayford and Hertford (Chestnut Avenue) Hertford II v. Luton Town II (Wardown Park) Botany Bay v. Totteridge (Totteridge Green) Broxbourne v. Stevenage II (Ditchmore Lane) Sawbridgeworth II v. County Hall (Leahoe) Datchworth v. Hoddesdon II (Lowfield) Cottered v. Langleybury II (Cottered Playing Field) Hertford II v. Stevenage II (Balls Park) West Herts II v. Hemel Hempstead (Heath Park) County Hall v. Langleybury II (Hunton Bridge) Old Finchleians v. Bayford and Hertford (Woodside Park) Northwood Town v. Wheathampstead (Nomansland Common) Bayford and Hertford v. Old Finchleians (Woodside Park) County Hall v. Botany Bay (East Lodge Lane) Hemel Hempstead II v. Broxbourne (Heath Park) Hoddesdon II v. Datchworth (Lowfield) Wormley v. Botany Bay (Church Lane) Wormley v. Botany Bay (Church Lane) Cottered v. Old Finchleians (Cottered Playing Field) Letchworth II v. Clarendon (Whitethorn Lane) Eversholt v. Wormley (Church Lane) St Albans II v. Datchworth (Datchworth Green) West Herts II v. Cottered (Park Avenue) Northwood Town v. Redbourn (North Common Road) Letchworth II v. Wormley (Whitethorn Lane) Wheathampstead v. St. Albans II (Nomansland Common) Redbourn v. Bayford and Hertford (North Common Road) Waltham Cross Rosedale v. Datchworth (Datchworth Green) Redbourn v. Bayford and Hertford (North Common Road) 115

24/7/04 9/9/06 6/9/03 29/5/04 26/6/04 9/9/00 7/9/02 24/6/06 20/5/06 29/7/06 9/9/00 19/8/00 28/7/01 23/7/05 8/6/02 12/8/00 14/8/04 15/5/04 13/7/02 13/7/02 8/6/02 30/6/01 8/6/02 3/6/06 5/8/06 13/7/02 8/6/02 8/8/01 15/5/04 19/8/00 27/6/02 12/7/03 21/8/04 30/6/01 17/8/02 4/6/05 5/5/01 16/7/05 14/5/05 23/7/05 17/6/06 15/7/00 26/5/01 24/6/00 29/6/02 17/8/02 11/5/02 17/8/02 25/6/05 30/7/05 17/6/06 12/8/06 30/4/05 22/7/00 17/6/06 17/6/06 2/9/06 19/8/00 25/5/02 1/7/06 21/7/01 11/8/01 12/8/06 19/6/04


Division Four

Most Runs In A Season 1042 955 796 783 776 764 760 757 753 745

A. Christian (Old Haberdashers) H. D. Rawle (North Mymms II) A. J. Howard (Chipperfield) H. D. Rawle (North Mymms II) M. Gradwell (Ampthill Town) M. Schumann (Ickleford) B. J. M. Mason (Bishop’s Stortford II) A. J. Moore (Chipperfield) J. Peacock (Baldock Town) B. G. Heath (Sawbridgeworth II)

2006 2005 2005 2006 2000 2004 2006 2006 2005 2002

721 704 703 687 685 681 678 675 662 659

A. Syed (Old Haberdashers) G. Wise (Clarendon) K. Macfarlane (Potton Town) J. Heslam (Reed) G. Wise (Clarendon) R. Gajjar (Shenley Village) A. Blackett (Bayford & Hertford) B. Eathorne (Northchurch) N. Hussey (Bushey) P. Hewitt (Holtwhites Trinibis)

2000 2003 2006 2002 2004 2006 2000 2001 2000 2002

Ickleford v. Old Haberdashers (Croxdale Road) Old Haberdashers v. Ickleford (Croxdale Road) Shenley Village v. Potton Town (The Hollow) St. Albans II v. Sandridge (Clarence Park) Waltham Cross Rosedale v. Hatfield (Rosedale Sports Club) North Mymms II v. Clarendon (Home Farm) Shenley Village v. Northwood II (Shenley Park) Ickleford v. County Hall (Leahoe) Chipperfield v. Langleybury II (The Common) Redbourn v. Chipperfield (The Common) North Mymms II v. Ampthill Town II (Ampthill Park) North Enfield v. County Hall (Leahoe) Old Camdenians v. Wheathampstead (Nomansland Common) North Mymms II v. Old Elizabethans (Gipsy Corner) Holtwhites Trinibis v. Old Elizabethans (Kirkland Drive) Ickleford v. Holtwhites Trinibis (Walnut Way) Holtwhites Trinibis v. Totteridge (Totteridge Green) Reed v. Holtwhites Trinibis (Blacksmith Lane) Clarendon v. Luton Town & Indians II (Cow Roast) Holtwhites Trinibis v. London Colney (Holtwhites Hill) North Mymms II v. Northwood II (Ducks Hill Road) Chipperfield v. Clifton (Walnut Way) Waltham Cross Rosedale v. Northampton Exiles (Rosedale Sports Club) Northchurch v. Chipperfield II (The Meadow) West Herts II v. Sandridge (Spencer Meadows) London Colney v. Old Haberdashers (Green Street) Waltham Cross Rosedale v. North Enfield (Rosedale Sports Club) St. Albans II v. Boxmoor (Clarence Park) North Mymms II v. Cheshunt (Albury Ride) Clifton v. Langleybury II (Claybridge Road) Northampton Exiles v. Potton Town (Clowes Ground) North Mymms v. Hatfield Hyde (King George V Playing Field) Redbourn v. Millhillians II (Headstone Lane) Stevenage II v. West Herts II (Park Avenue) Hatfield v. London Colney (Ascots Lane) County Hall v. Potton Town (Leahoe) North Mymms II v. Waltham Cross Rosedale (Rosedale Sports Club) County Hall v. North Mymms II (Leahoe) Potton Town v. Northwood II (The Hollow) Wheathampstead v. Sandridge (Spencer Meadows) Luton Town II v. Sandridge (Spencer Meadows) London Colney v. Cheshunt (Green Street) Shenley Village v. London Colney (Shenley Park) Bayford and Hertford v. North Mymms II (Bayford) Reed v. Old Camdenians (Blacksmith Lane) Bishop’s Stortford II v. London Colney (Green Street, Shenley) Harpenden II v. Chipperfield (Harpenden Common) Bayford and Hertford v. Sawbridgeworth II (Bayford) Holtwhites Trinibis v. London Colney (Holtwhites Hill) Cheshunt v. Redbourn (North Common Road)

10/06/06 10/06/06 15/7/06 27/7/02 16/7/05 28/6/03 10/6/06 29/7/06 1/7/06 2/9/06 23/7/05 9/9/06 1/9/01 17/6/06 31/7/04 26/6/04 26/5/01 27/7/02 31/5/03 16/8/03 29/7/06 9/9/06 30/7/05 26/5/01 24/8/02 15/7/06 19/6/04 6/7/02 13/5/06 9/8/02 29/5/04 30/8/03 2/9/00 21/6/03 9/7/05 17/6/06 9/7/05 28/7/01 24/6/06 23/6/01 4/5/02 12/8/06 8/7/06 1/7/00 26/5/01 9/9/06 16/7/05 19/8/00 21/6/03 26/8/06

Highest Individual Scores 192* 189 178 171 160 155* 153 151* 150 148 147 146* 145 144* 143 141* 139 138* 136* 136* 136* 132* 131 129* 129* 129* 128* 127* 127* 127 125* 124* 124 124 123* 123* 123 121 121 119* 119* 119 119 118* 118* 117 116* 115* 115* 115*

B. Blaker A. Christian R. Gajjar C. Williams M. Gentle B. R. Bagshaw R. Gajjar M. Schumann A. J. Moore D. Roe H. D. Rawle K. Jones M. Patel H. D. Rawle P. Hewitt M. Turner D. Kerr C. Jackson S. Clarke P. Hewitt H. D. Rawle M. R. Sazenis A. Rana B. Eathorne K. Farrell S. Hadley M. Dyer C. Williams H. D. Rawle E. O’Callaghan M. Plum S. A. R. Bright D. Ferguson A. J. Burroughes R. Wynne P. M. Stevenson H. D. Rawle M. Woodward K. Macfarlane K. Martin M. Dalvi M. Bristow R. Gajjar A. Blackett C. Jackson S. Fishpool S. Arnold A. Blackett K. Burgess C. Clarke

116


115 114* 113* 112 111 111 111 111

A. Bartlett M. Curtis P. Tongue G. Wise J. A. Heslam A. Kinsey K. Macfarlane J. E. T. Carson

County Hall v. Braughing (Green Lane) Reed v. Sandridge (Blacksmith Lane) North Enfield v. Waltham Cross Rosedale (Rosedale Sports Club) Clarendon v. Holtwhites Trinibis (Holtwhites Hill) Reed v. Old Camdenians (Blacksmith Lane) Old Camdenians v. Waltham Cross Rosedale (Rosedale Sports Club) Potton Town v. County Hall (Leahoe) Chipperfield v. Clifton (Walnut Way)

Most Wickets In A Season 79 75 66 61 56 55 51 51 51 49

M. R. Sazenis (Chipperfield) I. R. Brown (Stevenage II) R. Watson (Holtwhites Trinibis) D. Parsooth (Luton Town & Indians II) M. Janaway (Potton Town) S. R. Easterbrook (West Herts II) M. Palihakkara (Stevenage II) M. Bailey (West Herts II) J. Brown (Rickmansworth) D. D. Burrell (Sawbridgeworth II)

2006 2003 2002 2003 2002 2004 2003 2004 2006 2003

49 48 47 46 46 46 45 44 44 44

Best Bowling Performances 9-38 9-43 9-64 8-5 8-14 8-17 8-24 8-24 8-32 8-38 8-40 8-40 8-42 8-42 8-43 8-47 8-56 8-63 8-74 7-16 7-18 7-20 7-20 7-21 7-21 7-22 7-28 7-33 7-33 7-33 7-33 7-33 7-37 7-37 7-37 7-39 7-40 7-41 7-42 7-42 7-43 7-43 7-44

S. Cousins R. Mohammed A. White M. Berks C. Degnan M. Butler P. L. Eversfield D. Allison M. Janaway A. White A. Szemiako I. J. Fantham A. Kinsey A. Conrad D. Allison D. Marais S. G. Bulger J. Brown M. Filer L. Robertson S. Gandy J. Robinson J. Brown L. Robertson I. Yousaf A. Blackett M. Oldham P. Tidey A. Cole J. Fleming I. D. Golder C. Arnold R. Watson N. Burman S. Langellier M. Janaway J. Brown K. Day I. D. Golder S. Thomas C. J. Birtwistle J. M. Spencer D. Goff

I. D. Golder (Hatfield) A. H. Jackson (Braughing) S. Cousins (Braughing) P. Hornett (Northwood Town) L. Johnston (County Hall) A. White (North Enfield) R. Watson (Holtwhites Trinibis) D. Salt (Ampthill Town) M. Gooda (UCA) P. Hornett (Northwood Town)

Braughing v. Northwood (Green Lane) Hatfield Hyde v. Old Haberdashers (King George V Playing Field) 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) West Herts II v. Sandridge (Park Avenue) Rickmansworth v. Langleybury II (Hunton Bridge) Potton Town v. North Mymms II (Home Farm) North Enfield v. Bushey (Strayfield Road) County Hall v. Hatfield Hyde (King George V Field) Northchurch v. North Mymms II (Home Farm) Old Camdenians v. North Mymms II (Burton Hole Lane) Old Elizabethans v. Cheshunt (Albury Ride) Rickmansworth v. Bushey (Eastbury Road) Old Elizabethans v. Clifton (Claybridge Ground) North Mymms II v. Hatfield Hyde (Home Farm) Rickmansworth v. Bishop’s Stortford II (Park Road) Old Haberdashers v. North Mymms II (Croxdale Road) Northampton Exiles v. Reed (Blacksmith Lane) North Enfield v. Cheshunt (Albury Ride) Ickleford v. Langleybury II (Walnut Way) Rickmansworth v. Old Haberdashers (Croxdale Road) Northampton Exiles v. Boxmoor (Clowes Ground) Totteridge v. Ickleford (Totteridge Green) Bayford and Hertford v, Boxmoor (Bayford) Chorleywood II v. Clarendon (Cow Roast) Reed v. Totteridge (Totteridge) London Colney v. Potton Town (The Hollow) Redbourn v Northampton Exiles (North Common Road) Hatfield v. Cottered (Cottered Playing Field) Harpenden II v. Baldock (Harpenden Common) Holtwhites Trinibis v. Braughing (Green Lane) Old Elizabethans v. Clifton (Gypsy Corner) Nort06mpton Exiles v. West Herts II (Clowes Ground) Potton Town II v. Chorleywood (The Hollow) Rickmansworth v. Clifton (Park Road) Waltham Cross Rosedale v. Old Camdenians (Rosedale Sports Club) Hatfield v. Redbourn (North Common Road) North Mymms II v. Cheshunt (Albury Ride) North Mymms II v. Bushey (Home Farm) North Mymms II v. Waltham Cross Rosedale (Rosedale Sports Club) London Colney v. Old Elizabethans (Green Street) 117

12/5/01 28/7/01 19/6/04 2/6/01 26/5/01 9/8/03 17/6/06 9/9/06

2005 2001 2000 2000 2001 2006 2001 2000 2000 2001

1/7/00 15/6/02 2/9/06 3/6/00 8/7/00 7/8/04 5/7/03 5/8/06 15/6/02 20/5/06 2/6/01 23/6/01 21/6/03 30/7/05 9/9/06 22/5/04 8/9/01 8/7/06 11/8/01 26/8/00 31/7/04 21/6/03 22/7/06 20/5/00 5/6/04 3/6/00 8/9/01 6/7/02 21/8/04 28/5/05 30/4/05 4/6/05 4/5/02 30/4/05 6/8/05 25/5/02 3/6/06 14/8/04 14/5/05 13/5/06 20/5/00 10/5/00 30/7/05


7-48 7-48 7-49 7-50 7-52 7-53 7-56 7-56 7-56 7-58 7-64 7-65 7-69 7-69

R. Watson R. Watson D. D. Burrell A. Reynolds S. Stroomer R. Scranage I. R. Brown M. Mardle M. Wythe W. Olam R. Scranage M. D. Saxby M. Fry S. Hibbert

Holtwhites Trinibis v. Sandridge (Kirkland Drive) Holtwhites Trinibis v. Boxmoor (Boxmoor Oval) Sawbridgeworth II v. West Herts II (Park Avenue) Ampthill Town II v. Cheshunt (Albury Ride) Datchworth v. Potton Town (Datchworth Green) Harpenden II v. Totteridge (Totteridge) Stevenage II v. Potters Bar II (Ditchmore Lane) Harpenden II v. West Herts II (Harpenden Common) Ampthill Town II v. Old Elizabethans (Gipsy Corner) Holtwhites Trinibis v. Chorleywood II (The Common) Harpenden II v. Botany Bay (Harpenden Common) North Mymms II v. Hatfield (Ascots Lane) Langleybury II v. Old Camdenians (Hunton Bridge) County Hall v. Ampthill Town II (Ampthill Park)

8/6/02 19/8/03 25/5/02 28/5/05 17/7/04 19/5/01 9/8/03 3/9/05 20/8/05 30/6/01 30/5/01 4/6/05 28/8/04 26/8/06

Division Five

Most Runs In A Season 976 828 801 776 774 763 750 708 699 699

P. Hewitt (Holtwhites Trinibis) H. D. Rawle (North Mymms II) M. Lenton (Cheshunt) J. Peacock (Baldock) G. Wise (Clarendon) K. Burgess (Holtwhites Trinibis) E. Palmer (Hertingfordbury) C. Collins (Old Elizabethans) S. Stephenson (Cheshunt) Deepak Kumaar (Old Owens)

2006 2004 2003 2006 2000 2006 2005 2001 2003 2006

688 676 662 657 654 654 645 645 636 617

Highest Individual Scores 180 177 163* 151 150* 149 145* 145 144* 142 142 135 134 133* 133 132* 132* 132* 131* 131 125* 125* 124* 124* 123* 123 122 121* 119 118* 118 117 117 116* 116

Wahas Ahmed J. T. De Silva I. De Silva D. Houghton L. Davis G. Wise Deepak Kumaar J. Wrigglesworth A. Christian J. Al-Darraji I. De Silva J. Peacock S. Harvey H. D. Rawle Deepak Kumaar G. Wise A. Christian K. Watson P. Hewitt Iroshan de Silva P. McLaughlin M. Baines T. Anstead S. Stephenson S. Randall L. Calthrop M. Plum A. Patel D. Pedder K. Burgess P. McLaughlin M. Turner D. Ingram G. Henderson S. Harley

E. Palmer (Hertingfordbury) N. Darby (Hertingfordbury) P. Morrison (Waltham Cross Rosedale) D. Boge (Northchurch) K. Gray (Hatfield Hyde) A. Christian (Hertingfordbury) M. Brownridge (Clifton) P. McLaughlin (London Colney) S. Stephenson (Cheshunt) M. Baines (Preston)

Shenley Village v. Old Camdenians (Shenley Park) Cavendish v. Kings Langley II (Vicarage Lane) Baldock v. Preston II (Avenue Park) Kings Langley II v. Cavendish (Vicarage Lane) Harpenden III v. Baldock (St George’s School) Clarendon v. Old Elizabethans (Gipsy Corner) Old Owens v. Chorleywood II (The Common) Harpenden II v. Botany Bay (Harpenden Common) Old Haberdashers v. Old Camdenians (Croxdale Road) Shenley Village v. Northwood II (Shenley Park) Baldock v. Harpenden III (St George’s School) Baldock v. Harpenden III (St George’s School) Hexton v. Ickleford (Higham Gobion Road) North Mymms II v. Hatch End (Home Farm) Old Owens v. St Albans West Indian (Greenwood Park) Clarendon v. Cockfosters II (Chiltern Sports & Social Club) Old Haberdashers v. Rickmansworth (Croxdale Road) Northwood II v. Knebworth Park III (Ducks Hill Road) Holtwhites Trinibis v. Hatch End (Kirkland Drive) Baldock v. Hatch End (Grimsdyke Road) London Colney v. North Enfield (Green Street, Shenley) Preston II v. Old Elizabethans (Preston Cricket Ground) St. Margaretsbury II v. Parkfield (St Margaretsbury Recreation Ground) Cheshunt v. Brimsdown (Albury Ride) Radlett III v. Harpenden III (Cobden Hill) Harpenden II v. Totteridge (Totteridge Green) Northampton Exiles v. Holtwhites Trinibis (Clowes Ground) Northampton Exiles v. Chorleywood II (Clowes Ground) St. Margaretsbury II v. Chorleywood II (The Common) Holtwhites Trinibis v. Harpenden III (Kirkland Drive) London Colney v. Chipperfield II (The Common) Ickleford v. Kings Langley (Walnut Way) Radlett III v. Sandridge (Cobden Hill) Kings Langley II v. Old Finchleians (Vicarage Lane) Hertingfordbury v. Radlett III (St Mary’s Lane) 118

2002 2003 2002 2000 2005 2005 2001 2005 2002 2001

30/4/05 11/6/05 28/8/04 11/6/05 31/7/04 15/7/00 10/6/06 1/7/00 23/7/05 16/7/05 31/7/04 24/6/06 17/8/02 24/7/04 17/6/06 5/8/00 20/8/05 14/5/05 20/5/06 21/8/04 14/7/01 20/7/02 29/7/00 18/5/02 15/7/06 22/7/00 26/8/06 29/7/06 7/8/04 20/8/05 21/7/01 15/6/02 29/7/06 10/5/03 24/7/04


116 116 115* 115* 115* 115 114* 114 114 113 112

J. Scarborough V. Tanner H. D. Rawle K. Young S. Kattaboyina J. Peacock D. Ingram S. Harvey A. Yusuf T. Anstead T. Smithers

St. Margaretsbury II v. Little Berkhamstead Sahibs (St Margaretsbury R Gd) 14/8/04 Old Owens v. Hemel Hempstead III (Kitchener’s Field, Berkhamsted CC) 22/7/06 North Mymms II v. Radlett II (Home Farm) 1/5/04 Harpenden III v. Cavendish (St George’s School) 23/7/05 Northwood II v. Boxmoor (Ducks Hill Road) 6/8/05 Baldock v. Cavendish (Avenue Park) 3/6/06 Radlett III v. West Herts II (Cobden Hill) 12/8/06 Hexton v. Old Elizabethans (Gipsy Corner) 18/5/02 Old Haberdashers v. Hatfield Hyde (King George V Playing Fields) 18/6/05 St. Margaretsbury II v. Radlett III (St Margaretsbury Rec Ground) 2/8/03 Radlett III v. Chorleywood III (Cobden Hill) 10/5/03

Most Wickets In A Season 62 58 55 55 53 52 51 51 50 50

S. Stroomer (Datchworth) A.Reynolds (Ampthill Town II) D. D. Burrell (Sawbridgeworth II) M. O’Carroll (Ickleford) R. Dermont (Ickleford) R. Marett (Little Berkhamsted Sahibs) M. Stokes (Cheshunt) D. Marais (Old Elizabethans) S. Gilmour (Clarendon) T. Dean (Baldock Town)

2003 2003 2001 2002 2000 2005 2003 2003 2000 2001

50 50 50 50 50 49 48 47 47

S. Rider (Hertingfordbury) M.Wythe (Ampthill Town II) Asif Hussein (Hatch End) Migara Jayasinghe (Cavendish) Asif Hussein (Hatch End) P. Tongue (North Enfield) D. Allison (Rickmansworth) I. Hibbeard (County Hall) S. Rider (Hertingfordbury)

2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2002 2005 2000 2005

Harpenden II v. St. Margaretsbury II (St. Margaretsbury Rec Ground) Potton Town v. Hertingfordbury (The Hollow) 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) Preston v. Wheathampstead II (Preston Cricket Ground) Rickmansworth II v. Preston (Park Road) Cockfosters II v. Watford II (Chalk Lane) Ickleford v. Baldock (Walnut Way) Luton Town and Indians II v. Sandridge (Spencer Meadows) St Margaretsbury II v. Old Finchleians (Woodside Park) Hatch End v. Rickmansworth II (Shaftesbury Field) Kings Langley II v. Baldock (Avenue Park) Berkhamsted II v. Old Finchleians (Kitchener’s Field) Chipperfield II v. Brimsdown II (Goldsdown Road) Baldock v. Chipperfield II (Chipperfield Common) Wheathampstead II v. Kings Langley II (Nomansland Common) Ampthill Town II v. Brimsdown (Ampthill Park) Potters Bar II v. Baldock (Avenue Park) Ickleford v. Parkfield (Saddlers Mead) Hatch End v. Chorleywood II (Shaftesbury Fields) North Enfield v. Wheathampstead II (Strayfield Road) Old Elizabethans v. St. Margaretsbury II (St Margaretsbury Rec Ground) Old Elizabethans v. Brimsdown (Gipsy Corner) Ickleford v. Brimsdown (Walnut Way) Botany Bay v. Baldock (East Lodge Lane) Northchurch v. Chipperfield II (The Common) Datchworth v. Parkfield (Saddlers Mead) Old Elizabethans v. St Margaretsbury II (Gypsy Corner) Parkfield v. Hitchin II (Saddlers Mead) Datchworth v. Rickmansworth II (Datchworth Corner) Preston v. Kings Langley II (Vicarage Lane) Old Elizabethans v. Hatch End (Gypsy Corner) Holtwhites Trinibis v. Old Elizabethans (Gipsy Corner) Datchworth v. Waltham Cross Rosedale (Rosedale Sports Club) Sandridge v. Harpenden III (Spencer Meadows) St. Margaretsbury II v. Rickmansworth (St. Margaretsbury Rec Gd) Old Owens v. Knebworth Park III (Old Knebworth Lane) Hertingfordbury v. Chorleywood II (St Mary’s Lane)

26/8/00 23/6/01 23/7/05 29/6/02 4/8/01 3/6/00 18/5/02 27/7/02 26/8/00 9/6/01 4/9/04 3/5/03 21/6/03 17/7/04 5/7/03 25/8/01 24/6/00 4/5/02 23/8/03 10/6/00 1/9/01 12/8/06 8/6/02 1/6/02 13/7/02 13/5/00 2/9/00 19/8/00 25/8/01 12/7/03 2/6/01 5/7/03 7/9/02 6/9/03 1/7/00 22/6/02 21/8/04 24/6/00 15/7/06 15/7/06

Best Bowling Performances 10-42 9-34 9-50 8-17 8-20 8-25 8-27 8-27 8-28 8-35 8-39 8-47 8-50 8-51 8-56 8-59 7-5 7-13 7-13 7-15 7-16 7-22 7-23 7-24 7-24 7-25 7-26 7-27 7-27 7-29 7-31 7-31 7-33 7-33 7-34 7-34 7-35 7-38 7-42 7-43

R. Garrett M. Janaway Danish Humail P. Tongue S. Jary L. Smith S. Green P. Smith T. Haydon M. O’Carroll D. Parsooth G. Bentley S. Khan T. Henry T. Idle G. D. Lay T. Dean N. Martin A. Reynolds M.C.John M. O’Carroll S. Khan D. Gandy R. Balne J. Festa R. Dermont N. Williams S. Dight J. Scott S. Fernando S. Jary S. Stroomer D. Saunders D. Marais S. Gerrett S. Nash D. Muskett D. Brown Deepak Kumaar S. Rider

119


7-48 7-51 7-53 7-54 7-54 7-56 7-60 7-62 7-64 7-67 7-68

N. J. Anstead M. Wythe N. Collman P. Ellis M. Wythe S. Stroomer H. Paynter S. Rider R. Dermont D. Holmes S. Rajput

St. Margaretsbury II v. Clifton (Claybridge Ground) Ampthill Town II v. Kings Langley II (Ampthill Park) Potters Bar II v. St. Margaretsbury II (St. Margaretsbury Rec Gd) Hemel Hempstead III v. Luton Town and Indians III (Kitchener’s Field) St Margaretsbury II v. Hatfield Hyde II (King George V Playing Field) Datchworth v. Ampthill Town II (Ampthill Park) Radlett III v. Ampthill Town II (Ampthill Park) Hertingfordbury v. Knebworth Park III (St Mary’s Lane) Ickleford v. Cockfosters II (Walnut Way) Preston v. Watford II (Woodside) Hatfield Hyde v. Hertingfordbury (St Mary’s Lane)

11/8/01 31/5/03 4/8/01 12/6/04 29/5/04 30/8/03 28/6/03 4/9/04 19/8/00 7/7/01 11/6/05

Division Six

Most Runs In A Season 1004 909 758 738 711 710 704 699 698 660

B. Lydeamore (Southgate Compton) M. Hudson (Southgate Compton) M. Dyer (Waltham Cross Rosedale) O. Dalrymple (Watton-at-Stone) B. Williams (Watton-at-Stone) M. Cox (Southgate Compton) B. Pilay (Old Centralians) R. Baber (Hexton) K. Watson (Northwood II) B. Townsend (Boxmoor)

2001 2003 2001 2002 2006 2002 2000 2000 2004 2006

618 613 604 600 595 587 583 580 570 564

Highest Individual Scores 156* 155* 153* 153 152* 149* 144 143 143 140* 140 137* 137 135 134* 134* 133* 130 129* 129 127* 127* 126 126 125* 124* 123* 123 121* 121* 121 120* 120 119* 119 118* 118 118

C. Xavier I. Schmid P. Morgan T. Hill J. Wrigglesworth D. Lane C. Bright R. Murphy J. Garnham R. Murphy B. Townsend S. Nicholls V. Tanner Ajay B. Pilay R. Hardy B. Lydeamore O. Dalrymple C. Graham B. Lydeamore B. Lydeamore R. Patel C. Xavier D. Houghton J. Eyre B. Williams R. Patel D. Burles R. Baber D. Burles A. Parkin M. Cox D. Burles S. Lewis O. Dalrymple R. Baber S. Harvey K. Watson

A. Hudson (Southgate Compton) R. Murphy (Northwood II) C. Xavier (Cockfosters II) M. Klimek (Knebworth Park III) C. Xavier (Cockfosters II) J. Shlaepfer (Ware) S. Harvey (Hexton) P. Lee (Hexton) C. Edwards (Cockfosters II) A. Woodcock (Watton-at-Stone)

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) Hexton v. UCA (UCL Athletic Ground) Harpenden III v. Cockfosters II (Chalk Lane) Old Owens v. Cheshunt (Coopers Lane) Berkhamsted II v. St Margaretsbury II (St Margaretsbury Recreation Gd) Northwood II v. Ampthill Town II (Ducks Hill Road) Preston II v. Watton-at-Stone (The Meadow) Northwood II v. Eversholt II (Ducks Hill Road) Boxmoor v. Totteridge II (Boxmoor Oval) UCA v. Cockfosters II (UCL Athletic Ground) Old Owens v. Waltham Cross Rosedale (Coopers Lane) Old Centralians v. London Colney (Green Street, Shenley) Old Centralians v. Old Cholmeleians (Hendon Wood Lane) Radlett IV v. Hitchin II (Lucas Lane) Southgate Compton v. Old Owens (Hadley Field) Watton-at-Stone v. Chipperfield II (The Meadow) Northwood II v. Holtwhites Trinibis II (Ducks Hill Road) Southgate Compton v. Abbots Langley II (Hadley Field) Southgate Compton v. Broxbourne II (Broxbourne Sports Club) Hertford III v. Preston II (Balls Park) Cockfosters II v. Hitchin II (Chalk Lane) Kings Langley II v. Boxmoor (Boxmoor Oval) Radlett IV v. Preston II (Preston Cricket Ground) Watton-at-Stone v. Totteridge II (The Meadow) Hertford III v. Preston II (Balls Park) Tewin v. Northwood II (Upper Green) Hexton v. Southgate Compton (Hadley Field) Tewin v. Ware (Upper Green) Hitchin II v. Broxbourne II (Lucas Lane) Southgate Compton v. Broxbourne II (Mill Lane Close) Tewin v. Berkhamsted II (Upper Green) Northwood II v. Letchworth III (Ducks Hill Road) Watton-at-Stone v Cockfosters II (Chalk Lane) Hexton v. Preston (Higham Gobion Road) Hexton v. Southgate Compton (Hadley Field) Northwood v. Radlett IV (Cobden Hill) 120

2000 2003 2004 2003 2001 2004 2001 2004 2002 2005

7/8/04 1/7/06 14/7/01 29/5/04 20/7/02 22/7/00 16/7/05 18/5/02 15/7/06 19/7/03 13/5/06 31/7/04 30/6/01 15/7/00 22/7/00 10/6/06 28/7/01 14/8/04 16/8/03 25/8/01 8/9/01 27/8/05 21/6/03 17/6/06 1/7/06 17/6/06 9/9/06 12/6/04 22/7/00 12/6/04 29/7/00 1/6/02 21/8/04 21/6/03 31/8/02 15/7/00 22/7/00 12/7/03


118 117* 117* 117* 117 116* 114* 114* 114 114 114 114 113* 113 113 113

M. Hudson S. Harvey J. Whyte K. Watson F. Alleyne J. I. Mitchell D. Hector C. Mullen B. Pilay B. Pilay S. Lyall D. Cheedi C. Xavier D. Ingram S. Harvey S. Willis

Southgate Compton v. Eversholt II (Eversholt Recreation Ground) Hexton v. Eversholt II (Eversholt Recreational Ground) Holtwhites Trinibis II v. Hatch End (Kirkland Drive) Northwood v. Cockfosters II (Ducks Hill Road) Holtwhites Trinibis II v. Chipperfield II (The Common) Old Albanian II v. Abbots Langley II (Manor House Ground) Northwood II v. Eversholt II (Eversholt Recreation Ground) Letchworth III v. Little Berkhamsted Sahibs (Little Berko Rec Ground) Old Centralians v. Hexton (King George V Playing Fields) Old Centralians v. Hertingfordbury (Hertingfordbury Recreation Ground) Radlett IV v. Holtwhites Trinibis II (Cobden Hill) St Albans West Indian v. Preston (Tippendell Lane) Cockfosters II v. Preston II (Preston Cricket Ground) Radlett III v. Leverstock Green II (Bedmond Road) Hexton v. Preston (Higham Gobion Road) Parkfield v. Watton-at-Stone (Saddlers Mead)

Most Wickets In A Season 55 54 52 52 50 49 49 49 48 47

P. Osgood (Hertford III) M. Batchelor (Ware) G. Corbishley (Southgate Compton) M. Batchelor (Ware) S. Rider (Hertingfordbury) C. Low (Millhillians II) W. Turner (UCA) I. Schmid (Parkfield) R. Pyrah (Potters Bar III) D. Shelley (Old Owens)

2005 2004 2003 2003 2000 2005 2005 2005 2006 2000

47 47 45 44 44 44 44 44 43 42

Best Bowling Performances 10-56 9-23 9-27 9-45 9-88 8-19 8-19 8-28 8-33 8-37 8-42 8-49 8-57 8-57 8-57 7-14 7-18 7-21 7-23 7-24 7-25 7-27 7-27 7-28 7-28 7-28 7-31 7-32 7-33 7-34 7-35 7-35 7-35 7-36 7-37

M. Evans M. Brownridge M. Jayasinghe S. P. Sattin P. McKinnon P. Jones W. Turner D.G. Sankey G. K. Gurney S. Collins D. Shelley A. Buchanan S. Collins G. Corbishley G. R. Carlton I. Goddard R. Marrett J. Lewis N. Martin I. Booth P. Amos P. Pennick K. Day L. Dendrickson S. Lyall S. Bowers I. Booth R. Marrett M. W. Stephenson M. Alem A. Reynolds W. Turner Srini Nanjundan M. McCoy G. Corbishley

R. Hooper (Abbots Langley II) J. Eyre (Radlett IV) N. Mullin (Southgate Compton) H. Sakia (Southgate Compton) M. Brownridge (Clifton) C. Harvey (Watton-at-Stone) A. Reynolds (Ampthill Town II) L. Dendrickson (Southgate Compton) M. Chalkley (Little Berkhamsted Sahibs) N. Williams (St Albans West Indian)

Radlett IV v. Letchworth III (St Edmund’s College, Ware) Clifton v. Ampthill Town II (Woburn Road) Cavendish v. Abbots Langley (Row Hill Hall) Chipperfield II v. Broxbourne II (The Common) Abbots Langley II v. Letchworth III (Lucas Lane, Hitchin CC) Clifton v. Harpenden III (Woburn Road) UCA v.Broxbourne III (UCL Athletic Road) Hatfield v. Cheshunt (Albury Ride) Chipperfield II v. Tewin (Upper Green) Leverstock Green II v. Harpenden II (Harpenden Common) Old Owens v. Hitchin II (Coopers Lane) Old Albanian II v. Ampthill Town II (Ampthill Park) Leverstock Green II v. Ampthill Town II (Bedmond Road) Southgate Compton v. Ware (Hadley Field) Chipperfield II v. Wheathampstead II (Nomansland Common) Hitchin II v. Letchworth III (Fairfield Park) Little Berkhamstead Sahibs v. Broxbourne II (Little Berkhamstead Rec Gd) Northwood v. Old Albanian II (Woollams Playing Fields) Wheathampstead II v. Tewin (Nomansland Common) Harpenden III v. Hatfield II (Ascots Lane) Hertford III v. Hexton (Balls Park) Harpenden III v. Holtwhites Trinibis II (St. George’s School). Waltham Cross Rosedale v. Cheshunt (Rosedale Sports Club) Southgate Compton v. Hatch End (Shaftesbury Playing Field) Radlett IV v. Wheathampstead II (Nomansland Common) Little Berkhamstead Sahibs v. Holtwhites Trinibis II (Holtwhites Hill) Harpenden III v. Ampthill Town II (St. George’s School) Little Berkhamstead Sahibs v. Eversholt II (Little Berkhamstead Rec Gd) Hatfield II v. Ware (OH) (Ascots Lane) Holtwhites Trinibis II v. Wheathampstead II (Nomansland Common) Ampthill Town II v Ware (OH) (Hoe Lane) UCA v. Old Finchleians II (Woodside Park) Preston II v. Boxmoor (Preston Cricket Ground) Southgate Compton v. Old Albanian (Hadley Field) Southgate Compton v. Hitchin II (Lucas Lane) 121

23/8/03 9/6/01 20/7/02 5/6/04 9/8/03 30/6/01 13/7/02 3/6/06 29/7/00 5/8/00 24/5/03 28/5/05 7/5/05 17/6/00 22/7/00 9/7/05

2002 2006 2000 2000 2000 2002 2002 2002 2003 2005

9/8/03 19/8/00 21/8/04 3/7/04 12/6/04 15/7/00 28/8/04 17/6/00 1/6/02 2/6/01 12/8/00 8/6/02 9/9/00 12/7/03 23/8/03 9/9/06 2/8/03 28/8/04 5/7/03 22/7/00 30/7/05 11/5/02 31/8/02 31/8/02 7/6/03 23/8/03 17/6/00 26/7/03 6/7/02 12/7/03 17/8/02 9/7/05 8/7/06 7/8/04 14/6/03


7-37 7-38 7-38 7-38 7-38 7-39 7-39 7-40 7-40 7-40 7-40 7-43 7-43 7-44 7-44 7-48 7-49 7-50 7-50 7-53 7-55 7-56 7-57 7-59 7-60 7-65 7-65 7-65

M. Butler L. Dendrickson P. Baker T. Pedlar P. Osgood D. Shelley J. Dunstone J. Storer D. Crancher I. Booth T. Idle A. R. L. Emerton A. Page P. McKinnon T. Hassan P. Hall N. Giles S. D. Cresswell S. Jahangir J. Mihill A.A. Foster P. Osgood J. Lewis W. Turner R. Scranage J. Thorn L. Dendrickson P. Osgood

Totteridge II v. Little Berkhamsted Sahibs (Totteridge Green) Southgate Compton v. Hatch End (Shaftesbury Field) Harpenden III v. Northwood II (St George’s School) Broxbourne II v. Parkfield (Mill Lane Close) Hertford III v. Abbots Langley II (Balls Park) Old Owens v. Hatch End (Shaftesbury Field) Abbots Langley II v. Southgate Compton (Hadley Field) Harpenden III v. London Colney (Green Street, Shenley) Abbots Langley II v. Southgate Compton (Hadley Field) Harpenden III v. Tewin (Upper Green) Berkhamsted v Parkfield (Kitchener’s Field) Tewin v. Cheshunt (Upper Green) Eversholt II v. Ampthill Town II (Ampthill Park) Abbots Langley II v. Northwood II (Ducks Hill Road) Old Albanian II v. Southgate Compton (Woollams) Watton-at-Stone v. Little Berkhamstead Sahibs (Little Berko Rec Gd) Hitchin II v. Wheathampstead II (Nomansland Common) Old Albanian II v. Hatch End (Woollam Playing Fields) Radlett IV v. Abbots Langley II (Cobden Hill) Harpenden III v. Old Albanian II (Shenley Park) Hatfield II v. Southgate Compton (Ascots Lane) Hertford III v. Southgate Compton (Hadley Field) Northwood II v. Wheathampstead II (Ducks Hill Road) UCA v. Ware (UCL Athletic Ground) Harpenden III v. Hitchin (Lucas Lane) Hitchin II v. Broxbourne II (Lucas Lane) Southgate Compton v. Hatfield II (Ascots Lane) Hertford III v. Parkfield (Balls Park)

24/6/06 31/8/02 14/6/03 4/9/04 23/7/05 14/7/01 29/5/04 20/5/00 13/7/02 30/8/03 4/6/05 12/8/00 21/7/01 31/8/02 8/7/06 30/8/03 16/8/03 8/6/02 31/7/04 9/6/01 2/6/01 9/9/06 30/8/03 9/7/05 31/5/03 29/7/00 28/7/01 25/6/05

Division Seven

Most Runs In A Season 880 805 805 738 696 652 646 630 611 574

M. Dyer (Waltham Cross Rosedale) A. Moore (Old Centralians) J. Al-Darraji (Shenley Village) S. Nicholls (UCA) A. Moore (Old Centralians) Adnan Khan (Hatfield Crusaders) Karon Goel (Watford II) A. Moore (Old Centralians) O. Dalrymple (Watton-at-Stone) P. Cutts (Hatch End)

2000 2002 2003 2003 2004 2006 2006 2003 2001 2000

569 568 561 544 541 539 515 515 512 511

Highest Individual Scores 179* 171* 154* 152* 146* 141 137 133* 133 132 130* 128* 127* 126 125* 125* 125 123* 122 120* 120

S. Norris C. Yorath R. Murphy M. Dyer P. Macmurdie M. Hoffman S. Divich V. Tanner R. Gillham M. Hoffman D. Rowland M. Williams M. Barnes A. Moore L. Nagarapnum A. Hayes C. Lane D. Rowland G. Riddle J. Holroyd S. Norris

D. Rowland (Elstree) B. L. Stephenson (Allenburys) Adnan Khan (Hatfield Crusaders) P. Thurstance (Ickleford II) O. Dalrymple (Watton-at-Stone) A. Passman (Ware) M. Khalique (Old Cholmelieans) L. Butterworth (Flitwick) M. Barnes (Hertford III) J. Sweedy (Abbots Langley II)

Eversholt II v. Elstree (Eversholt Recreation Ground) Redbourn II v. Kings Langley II (North Common Road) Northwood II v. Elstree (Aldenham Road) Waltham Cross Rosedale v. Elstree (Rosedale Sports Club) North Enfield II v. St Albans III (Strayfield Road) Northwood Town II v. Dunstable III (Lancot Park) St. Albans III v. Elstree (Aldenham Road) Old Owens v. Reed II (Coopers Lane Road) Letchworth III v. Hatfield Crusaders (Lucas Lane, Hitchin) Northwood Town II v. Old Camdenians II (Burton Hole Lane) Elstree v. Northampton Exiles II (Aldenham Road) Northwood II v. Waltham Cross Rosedale (Ducks Hill Road) Hertford III v. Sandridge II (Spencer Meadows) Old Centralians v. Hertford III (Tolpits Lane) Elstree v. Northwood Town II (Aldenham Road) Northchurch II v. Ware (OH) II (The Meadow) Little Berkhamsted Sahibs v. Radlett IV (Little Berko Recreation Ground) Elstree II v. Radlett IV (Aldenham Road) Hertford II v. Botany Bay II (Balls Park) Tewin v. Berkhamsted II (Upper Green) Eversholt II v. Flitwick II (Eversholt Recreation Ground) 122

2001 2002 2006 2006 2000 2001 2003 2004 2001 2000

28/5/05 22/7/00 23/6/01 20/5/00 23/7/05 28/7/01 7/8/04 17/7/04 17/8/02 14/7/01 21/7/01 22/7/00 30/6/01 25/5/02 9/8/03 8/7/06 17/8/02 9/6/01 7/6/03 15/7/06 9/7/05


119* 118* 116 115* 115* 115* 115 114* 113* 113* 112 112

R. Afford M. Turner H. Thomas V. Tanner A. Hussain G. Baker G. Riddle A. Powell-Williams A. Summerfield P. Hiskens I. Khan Rifkhan Mohammed

Hatch End v. Redbourn II (North Common Road) Knebworth Park III v. Cottered II (Old Knebworth Lane) St. Albans III v. Northwood Town II (Chestnut Avenue) Old Owens v. St. Albans III (Coopers Lane Road) Totteridge II v. Eversholt II (Eversholt Recreation Ground) Old Owens v. Hatfield II (Coopers Lane Road) Hertford III v. Elstree II (Balls Park) Northwood II v. Hertford III (Ducks Hill Road) Flitwick II v. North Enfield II (Strayfield Road) Tewin v. North Enfield II (Upper Green) Totteridge II v. Reed II (Totteridge Green) Elstree v. Watford II (Aldenham Road)

Most Wickets In A Season

60 G. Robinson (Holtwhites Trinibis II) 2001 54 B. Roberts (Kings Langley II) 2000 50 M. Batchelor (Ware) 2001 50 P. Osgood (Hertford III) 2004 48 A. Green (Elstree) 2002 47 H. Davies (Hatch End) 2000 47 N. Raisborough (Potters Bar II) 2005 46 T. C. S. Radcliffe (Hemel Hstd III) 2000 45 A. Thomas (Leverstock Green II) 2005 44 M. Batchelor (Ware) 2000

44 43 43 42 42 42 42 42 41 41 41

Best Bowling Performances 9-24 9-79 8-16 8-19 8-21 8-24 8-25 8-31 8-31 8-34 8-42 8-43 8-47 8-53 8-59 8-62 8-62 7-6 7-15 7-16 7-17 7-20 7-21 7-22 7-24 7-26 7-27 7-27 7-28 7-30 7-30 7-31 7-31 7-31 7-33 7-34 7-35 7-35

T. Rees M. Schools A. Green R. Robertson M. Jayasinghe R. Tant Nader Bawani G. Robinson R. Hattrell A. Shah G. Robinson P. Hall B. Cohen N. Raisborough G. Rolt P. Osgood M. Williams T. Forrest A. Canning P. Hiskens W. Jones L. Sheldrake J. Jarvis M. Bridges S. Khalique M. Wijesuriya W. Marsh M. Cakebread A. Green P. Samuels J. Archer T. Coghlin N. Nazeer A. Savani Uzman Zaman M. Spratt N. Kirwan Jigar Mehta

M. Cakebread (Watton-at-Stone) A. Butt (Old Centralians) M. Evans (Radlett IV) R. Pyrah (Potters Bar III) S. Khalique (Old Cholmeleians) R. Pyrah (Potters Bar III) S. Khalique (Old Cholmeleians) S. Dight (Northchurch II) T. Bartlett (Kings Langley II) K. Lunniss (Allenburys) S. Bowers (Little Berkhamsted Sahibs)

Little Berkhamsted Sahibs v. Elstree (Aldenham Road) Leverstock Green II v. Shenley Village (Shenley Park) Elstree v. Hertford III (Balls Park) Reed v. Rickmansworth II (Blacksmith Lane) Cavendish v. Hatfield Crusaders (Birchwood Leisure Centre) St. Albans III v. Holtwhites Trinibis II (Verulam School) Old Cholmeleians v. Graveley (Hendon Wood Lane) Holtwhites Trinibis II v. Northampton Exiles II (Clowes Ground) Old Owens v. Old Centralians (King George V Playing Fields) Southgate Adelaide II v. Elstree (Aldenham Road) Holtwhites Trinibis II v. U.C.A. II (Holtwhites Hill) Old Albanian II v. Cottered II (Beech Bottom) Southgate Adelaide II v. St Albans III (Verulam School) Potters Bar III v. Rickmansworth III (Dame Alice Owens School) Botany Bay II v. Wheathampstead (Nomansland Common) Hertford III v. Hitchin II (Balls Park) St. Albans III v. Leverstock Green II (Bedmond Road) Ware (OH) v. Holtwhites Trinibis II (Bell Lane) Watford II v. Elstree (Aldenham Road) Tewin v. Welwyn Garden City III (Upper Green) Ware (OH) v. Berkhamsted II (Bell Lane) Waltham Cross Rosedale v. Elstree (Rosedale Sports Club) Botany Bay II v. Holtwhites Trinibis II (Holtwhites Hill) Botany Bay II v. Leverstock Green II (Bedmond Road) Old Cholmeleians v. Botany Bay II (East Lodge Lane) Broxbourne II v. Graveley (Mill Lane Close) Watton-at-Stone v. Cottered II (The Meadow) Watton-at-Stone v. Northampton Exiles II (The Meadow) Elstree v. Little Berkhamsted Sahibs (Aldenham Road) Old Centralians v. Hertford III (Balls Park) Reed v. Dunstable III (Lancot Park) UCA v. Hertford III (UCL Athletic Ground) Elstree v. Northwood Town II (Aldenham Road) Old Finchleians II v. North Enfield II (Strayfield Road) St Albans III v. Hexton III (Verulam School) Old Centralians v. Old Cholmeleians (Tolpits Lane) St Albans III v. Holtwhites Trinibis (Verulam School) Hatfield Crusaders v. Old Finchleians (Woodside Park) 123

20/5/00 29/6/02 31/5/03 10/5/03 19/6/04 4/9/04 5/7/03 19/5/01 10/6/06 29/7/06 26/6/04 2/7/05

2001 2002 2002 2005 2005 2005 2005 2006 2000 2001 2002

31/8/02 30/8/03 13/7/02 2/7/05 16/8/03 14/8/04 9/9/06 2/6/01 16/8/03 1/7/00 26/5/01 8/7/00 22/7/06 30/7/05 4/9/04 17/7/04 17/7/04 19/8/06 2/7/05 26/8/06 2/9/06 20/5/00 7/7/01 26/7/03 9/8/03 27/8/05 20/5/00 19/8/00 31/8/02 2/8/03 4/9/04 26/7/03 9/8/03 19/8/06 20/8/05 24/5/03 11/6/05 9/9/06


7-36 7-36 7-39 7-40 7-40 7-40 7-40 7-42 7-42 7-45 7-49 7-49 7-49 7-49 7-50 7-52 7-55 7-57 7-57 7-61 7-61 7-63 7-68

B. Roberts M. Flack B. Roberts A. Woodward S. Eastwood J. Dickens T. Deacon M. Cakebread A. Butt H. Ellis A. Green P. Samuels T. Forrest W. Jones M. Heather M. Fuller S. Lyall M. Manzoor G. Robinson G. Robinson G. Robinson A. Robbins M. Spratt

Kings Langley II v. Waltham Cross Rosedale (Vicarage Lane) Southgate Adelaide II v. Old Finchleians II (Woodside Park) Kings Langley II v. Hemel Hempstead III (Vicarage Lane) Northwood II v. Botany Bay II (Ducks Hill Road) Northwood II v. Watford II (Chestnut Avenue) Old Cholmeleians v. Wheathampstead II (Nomansland Common) North Enfield II v. Leverstock Green II (Bedmond Road) Watton-at-Stone v. Dunstable III (The Meadow) Old Centralians v. Watford II (Woodside) Hertford III v. Sandridge II (Spencers Meadow) Elstree v. Northampton Exiles II (Aldenham Road) Old Centralians v. Flitwick II (Tolpits Lane) Ware (OH) v. Elstree (Aldenham Road) Ware (OH) v. Reed II (Blacksmith Lane) Cottered II v. Boxmoor II (Boxmoor Oval) Eversholt II v. Old Centralians (Eversholt Recreation Ground) Radlett IV v. Old Centralians (King George V Playing Fields) Watford II v. Holtwhites Trinibis II (Kirkland Drive) Holtwhites Trinibis II v. Graveley (Nine Acres) Holtwhites Trinibis II v. Redbourn II (North Common Road) Holtwhites Trinibis II v. Old Cholmeleians (Kirkland Drive) Northampton Exiles v. Northwood (Clowes Ground) Old Centralians v. Old Cholmeleians (Hendon Wood Lane)

1/7/00 13/5/06 20/5/00 18/8/01 7/6/03 5/6/04 20/8/05 8/8/01 26/7/03 30/6/01 21/7/01 12/7/03 29/7/06 12/8/06 24/8/02 4/9/04 28/7/01 9/7/05 17/6/06 19/5/01 19/6/04 8/7/00 17/8/02

Division Eight

Most Runs In A Season 939 766 756 723 646 605 596 591 583 580

G. Thomason (Met Police Bushey) A. Wright (Northchurch II) B. L. Stephenson (Allenburys) M. Flack (Southgate Adelaide II) O. Batson (Weston) R. Boyd (Knebworth Park III) P. Davies (UCA II) T. Welsh (Holtwhites Trinibis II) R. Shepherd (Hemel Hempstead IV) M. Davis (Bayford and Hertford III)

2006 2004 2004 2004 2006 2000 2000 2000 2004 2003

565 558 553 552 542 528 526 523 519 513

Highest Individual Scores 161* 161* 155 155 154 151* 146 141* 138* 138* 133 131 129* 128* 122 121* 121* 121* 121 121 121 118* 118 117* 117* 116*

T. G. Edwards M. S. Walters J. Thorp A. Khan A. Pallett M. Manzoor R. Boyd K. Owen J. Thorp B. Rawson-Jones O. Batson C. Mercer J. Eastwood J. Jenkins J. Duffin J. Thorp T. Wootten A. Gypps O.R.D. White M. Davis B. Rawson-Jones D. De Rosa S. Edwards M. Barnes M. Palihakkara M. Fitzpatrick

D. De Rosa (Hoddesdon III) D. Whiting (Southgate Adelaide II) B. L. Stephenson (Allenburys) I. Horden (Hatfield Crusaders) T. Ray (London Colney) A. Rolfe (County Hall II) B. Rawson-Jones (Northwood II) A. J. Taylor (Flamstead) J. Heslam (Reed) C. Mercer (Bayford and Hertford II)

Welwyn Garden City III v. Ickleford (Welwyn Playing Fields) Welwyn Garden City III v. Stevenage III (Welwyn Playing Fields) 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) Knebworth Park III v. Hertford III (Balls Park) Allenburys v. Cockfosters III (Roe Hill Hall) Southgate Adelaide II v. Watford II (Walker Ground) Northwood Town II v. Hemel Hempstead IV (Berkhamsted CC) Weston v. Redbourn II (North Common Road) Bayford and Hertford II v. Ickleford II (Walnut Way) Northwood Town v. Letchworth III (Chestnut Avenue) London Colney II v. Redbourn II (Green Street) London Colney II v. County Hall II (Green Street) Southgate Adelaide II v. Welwyn Garden City III (Walker Ground) Botany Bay II v. London Colney II (East Lodge Lane) Dunstable III v. County Hall II (Lancot Park) North Enfield II v. Hatfield Crusaders (Strayfield Road) Bayford and Hertford II v. Ickleford (Walnut Way) Northwood Town II v. Old Haberdashers II (Chestnut Avenue) Hoddesdon III v. Old Haberdashers II (Croxdale Road) Letchworth III v. Langleybury III (Lucas Lane, Hitchin) Hertford III v. Allenburys (Harris’ Lane) Cavendish v. Bayford and Hertford (Bayford) Southgate Adelaide II v. Stevenage III (Ditchmore Lane) 124

2005 2005 2000 2005 2003 2003 2006 2005 2000 2001

5/7/03 21/8/04 19/7/03 13/8/05 1/7/06 19/6/04 12/8/00 5/8/00 19/6/04 26/8/06 6/5/06 18/8/01 22/7/00 11/6/05 23/7/05 12/6/04 29/7/06 6/5/06 7/7/01 30/8/03 25/6/05 30/8/03 28/7/01 24/6/00 27/7/02 16/7/05


116 115* 115* 115 114* 114* 114* 114 114

M. Fry D. C. C. Steele M. Spinks G. Wyon M. Nash R. Gajjar O. Batson J. Eastwood K. Lunniss

Langleybury III v. Letchworth III (Lucas Lane, Hitchin CC) Flamstead v. Southgate Adelaide II (Friendless Oval) Wormley v. Chipperfield II (The Common) Hemel Hempstead IV v. London Colney II (Berkhamsted CC) Datchworth II v. Old Owens II (Datchworth Green) Shenley Village II v. Graveley (Nine Acres) Weston v. Hatfield II (Ascots Lane) Northwood Town II v. Allenburys (Chestnut Avenue) Allenburys v. Southgate Adelaide II (Glaxo Sports and Social Club)

Most Wickets In A Season

78 T. A. Savanhu (Wormley II) 2001 63 S. Long (Met Police Bushey) 2006 59 M. Brown (County Hall II) 2002 57 G. Robinson (Holtwhites Trinibis II) 2000 53 A. P. T. Wilkinson (Flamstead) 2005 52 M. Langford (UCA II) 2000 52 K. Lunniss (Allenburys II) 2000 52 M. Batchelor (Ware OH)) 2003 52 R. Pyrah (Potters Bar III) 2004

47 47 46 45 45 42 42 41 40 40

Best Bowling Performances 9-25 9-69 9-46 8-7 8-8 8-12 8-15 8-22 8-31 8-32 8-37 8-75 8-84 7-12 7-20 7-22 7-22 7-23 7-29 7-30 7-30 7-31 7-33 7-33 7-35 7-38 7-38 7-39 7-39 7-41 7-42 7-43 7-45 7-49 7-50 7-51 7-53 7-57 7-58 7-61 7-64 7-67

J. Hollis A. Wild R. M. Robertson A. P. T. Wilkinson R. Blackman T. A. Savanhu G. Downes M. Hunt T. A. Savanhu S. Long M. Blackwell J. D. Bateman J. Williamson T. A. Savanhu S. Singh M. Brown Tahir Zafarullah D. Worth M. Peckham S. Edwards M. Brown C. Cobb K. Lunniss A. Pallett R. Robertson A. Hills G. Causton M. Jones K. Spinks S. Greenfield R. Pyrah M. Brown D. Darvell D. S. Rogers A. Pallett A. Robbins A. Byrne N. Duval G. H. Jarvis G. Perrin T. Savanhu D. S. Rogers

J. D. Bateman (Welwyn Garden City III) M. Taylor (Welwyn Garden City III) J. Archer (Reed II) M.Rolfe (County Hall II) B. Cohen (Southgate Adelaide II) R. Pyrah (Potters Bar III) M. Brown (County Hall) M. Fidler (Holtwhites Trinibis II) E. Lillywhite (Shenley Village) R. Robertson (Reed II)

Ickleford II v. Reed II (Walnut Way) Ickleford II v. London Colney II (Walnut Way) Reed II v. Langleybury III (Hunton Bridge) Flamstead v. Hatfield II (Ascots Lane) London Colney II v. Welwyn Garden City III (Green Street, Shenley) Wormley II v. London Colney II (Church Lane) Weston v. Bayford and Hertford II (Weston Park) Hoddesdon III v. Stevenage III (Ditchmore Lane) Wormley II v. Hatfield Crusaders (Church Lane) Metropolitan Police (Bushey) v. Northwood Town II (Aldenham Road) Hoddesdon III v. Dunstable II (Roydon CC) Welwyn Garden City III v. Bayford & Hertford II (Welwyn Playing Fields) County Hall II v. Langleybury III (Leahoe) Wormley II v. Letchworth III (Church Lane) Holtwhites Trinibis II v. Ickleford II (Walnut Way) County Hall II v. Clarendon II (Leahoe) Weston v. County Hall II (Leahoe) Southgate Adelaide II v. Bayford and Hertford II (Bayford) Weston v. Wormley II (Church Lane) Letchworth III v. Welwyn Garden City III (Lucas Lane, Hitchin) County Hall II v. Old Haberdashers II (Croxdale Road) Metropolitan Police (Bushey) v. Hatfield II (Aldenham Road) Allenburys v. Reed II (Blacksmith Lane) Hoddesdon III v. Northwood Town II (Roydon CC) Reed II v. Wormley II (Church Lane) Northwood Town II v. Wormley II (Chestnut Avenue) Hatfield II v. Flamstead (Ascots Lane) Hertford III v. Parkfield II (Sadlers Mead) Wormley IV v. Dunstable III (Church Lane) Bayford and Hertford II v. Wormley II (Church Lane) Potters Bar III v. Sandridge II (Dame Alice Owens School) County Hall II v. Wormley II (Church Lane) Redbourn II v. Hemel Hempstead IV (Berkhamsted CC) Flamstead v. Wormley II (Church Lane) Hoddesdon III v. Wormley II (Roydon CC) Northampton Exiles v. London Colney II (Green Street) Hoddesdon III v. Welwyn Garden City III (Welwyn Playing Fields) Knebworth Park III v. Reed II (Blacksmith Lane) Botany Bay II v. Sandridge II (East Lodge Lane) Sandridge II v. Ickleford II (Spencer Meadows) Wormley II v. Southgate Compton (Hadley Field) Flamstead v. Knebworth Park IV (Lucas Lane) 125

29/7/00 2/7/05 26/8/06 6/8/05 12/8/00 1/6/02 1/7/06 29/7/00 29/5/04

2003 2005 2003 2002 2005 2003 2005 2000 2001 2003

7/7/01 19/5/01 9/6/01 20/8/05 24/5/03 11/8/01 23/7/05 14/8/04 1/9/01 2/9/06 30/4/05 14/6/03 2/9/06 7/7/01 24/6/00 24/6/06 17/6/06 26/6/04 17/6/06 2/6/01 17/8/02 19/8/06 10/6/00 7/8/04 16/8/03 14/5/05 24/6/06 5/8/00 20/8/05 3/6/00 10/7/04 11/5/02 17/6/06 23/7/05 21/8/04 17/8/02 22/5/04 23/6/01 9/9/00 3/8/02 8/9/01 15/7/06


Division Nine

Most Runs In A Season 913 708 692 686 653 637 635 624 635 624

G. Williams (Cockfosters III) G. Thomason (Met Police Bushey) G. Thomason (Met Police Bushey) B. Willingham (Shenley Village III) M. Hughes (Harpenden IV) R. Cairns (Old Camdenians II) T. Shilling (Elstree II) A. Webb (Potton Town II) T. Shilling (Elstree II) A. Webb (Potton Town II)

2003 2005 2004 2006 2006 2004 2002 2005 2002 2005

618 603 597 585 583 577 575 573 567 564

L. Hawkins (Monken Hadley) D. De Rosa (Hoddesdon III) T. Shilling (Elstree II) K. A. Elkins (Sawbridgeworth III) J. Hare (Ickleford Cricketers) B. L. Stephenson (Allenburys) L. Brown (Stevenage III) D. Jayawardena (Cavendish) P. R. Cole (Flamstead) M. Baker (Greenwood Park)

Highest Individual Scores 172* 169 155* 152* 151* 146* 135* 132* 128* 128* 128 124* 123* 123* 122* 121* 121 120* 120* 119 118* 117* 117 117 116* 115 114* 113* 113 112* 112* 112* 112 111* 111* 110*

J. Hare D. DeRosa P. G. Marshall N. Corbett G. Williams S. McNamara M. Baker L. Holmes K. Rowswell D. A. Stephenson M. Imran L. Goldsmith A. Wright A. E. Birtwistle S. A. Levey S. Fahey D. Jayawardena A. Stolerman A. Webb S. Gregory L. Hawkins T. Shilling E. Carlisle G. Newman P. Hinson S. Johnstone M. Nash J. Hayward A. Langford D. Anderson T. McGowan J. R. Tiley L. Hawkins K. A. Elkins B. L. Stephenson R. James

Ickleford Cricketers v. North Mymms III (Hitchin Boys’ School) Hoddesdon III v. Clifton II (Claybridge Ground) Hexton II v. Langleybury III (Higham Gobion Road) Old Owens II v. Allenburys (Allenburys Sports & Social Club) Cockfosters III v. Shenley Village II (Tudor Ground) Harpenden IV v. Elstree II (St George’s School) Greenwood Park v. Old Owens (Greenwood Park) Metropolitan Police (Bushey) v. North Mymms III (Aldenham Road) Old Owens II v. Old Camdenians II (Burton Hole Lane) Allenburys v. Bayford and Hertford II (Bayford) Rising Stars v. Old Owens II (Woodside) Totteridge II v. Hatfield Crusaders (Roe Hill Hall) Northchurch II v. Old Owens III (The Meadow) North Mymms III v. Braughing II (Green Lane) Sawbridgeworth III v. Bayford and Hertford II (Leventhorpe School) Southgate Compton II v. Cockfosters III (Hadley Field) Cavendish v. County Hall II (Leahoe) Totteridge v. Old Owens II (Totteridge Green) Potton Town II v. Sandridge (Spencer Meadows) Knebworth Park IV v. Northchurch II (The Meadow) Monken Hadley v. Cockfosters III (Cockfosters) Elstree II v. Hemel Hempstead IV (Aldenham Road) Potters Bar III v. Shenley Village (Laings) Harpenden IV v. Greenwood Park (St George’s School) Northchurch II v. Hoddesdon III (Richard Hale School) North Mymms III v. County Hall II (Leahoe) Datchworth II v. Old Owens II (Datchworth Green) Old Owens II v. Greenwood Park (Tippendell Lane) Harpenden IV v. Langleybury III (Hunton Bridge) Southgate Compton II v. Elstree II (Hadley Field) Cheshunt II v. Sandridge II (Albury Ride) North Mymms II v. Bentley Heath (Wrotham Park Estate) Monken Hadley v. Elstree II (Hadley Common) Sawbridgeworth III v. Potton Town II (Ferneux Pelham) Allenburys v. North Mymms III (Harris’ Lane) Greenwood Park v. Clarendon II (Cow Roast)

Most Wickets In A Season 74 68 58 55 54 50 50 50 50 50

T. Head (Northchurch II) B. Roberts (Waltham X Rosedale II) M. Brown (County Hall) S. James (Greenwood Park) G. Gregory (Clarendon II) M. Rehman (Totteridge II) A. Bayes (Stevenage III) S. James (Greenwood Park) E. Gunning (Langleybury III) D. Crawley (Langleybury III)

2003 2003 2001 2002 2002 2002 2003 2004 2005 2005

49 48 47 45 41 41 41 41 41 40

126

J. Cartwright (Graveley) C. Keppel (Clarendon II) S. H. Gelber (Old Haberdashers) M. Terry (North Mymms III A. Khan (St Albans III) S. James (Greenwood Park) A. P. T. Wilkinson (Flamstead) S. Baker (Greenwood Park) K. Wood (Shenley Village II) M. Terry (North Mymms III)

2002 2001 2004 2001 2006 2006 2006 2001 2001 2001

19/8/06 1/9/01 19/7/03 14/5/05 10/5/03 14/6/05 20/8/05 28/5/05 3/7/04 5/8/06 24/7/04 20/5/00 19/8/00 28/7/01 29/7/06 19/7/03 4/8/01 29/6/02 3/9/05 24/8/02 7/9/02 1/6/02 2/9/00 6/5/06 4/9/01 7/7/01 12/8/00 20/8/05 14/5/05 6/9/03 2/7/05 20/8/05 10/8/02 23/8/03 8/7/06 30/8/03

2001 2005 2000 2002 2000 2003 2004 2005 2006 2004


Best Bowling Performances 9-26 9-65 8-21 8-22 8-27 8-29 8-31 8-32 8-40 8-44 8-45 8-47 8-53 8-104 7-12 7-12 7-16 7-16 7-17 7-19 7-21 7-22 7-23 7-23 7-25 7-25 7-26 7-28 7-29 7-29 7-31 7-31 7-33 7-35 7-38 7-39 7-39 7-39 7-41 7-42 7-42 7-42 7-42 7-49 7-50 7-50 7-50 7-50 7-51 7-52

N. Farouk M. Rehman T. Laverack J. Patel R. Pyrah A. Jones Waseem Pervez G. B. Parish M. Brown N. Grant M. Hunt A. McElligott J. P. Scott A. Szemiako T. Head G. Evans G. B. Parish E. Gunning L. Bullock P. R. Cole S. Gandy M. Terry P. Swaffield A. P. T. Wilkinson M. Jayasinghe J. Cartwright T. Brasier B. Roberts T. Head C. D. Pask S. Lyall C. W. Edrupt A. McElligott R. Howarth P. Kennedy A. McElligott T. Head J. Gymer J. Gymer A. Gordon S. Highland S. Gurney R. Sibley D. Wilkinson B. Roberts P. R. Cole N. I. Rouse A. Sutton Fawaz B. Roberts

Elstree II v. Metropolitan Police (Bushey) (Aldenham Road, Bushey) Totteridge II v. Hoddesdon III (Totteridge Green) Hoddesdon III v. Braughing II (Richard Hale School) Waltham Cross Rosedale II v. Hatfield Hyde II (Rosedale Sports Club) Potters Bar III v. Potton Town II (Potters Bar) Northchurch II v. Datchworth II (Datchworth Green) Greenwood Park v. Sandridge II (Spencer Meadows) Sawbridgeworth III v. Stevenage III (Leventhorpe School) County Hall II v. Clifton II (Claybridge Ground) Old Owens II v. Hexton II (Coopers Lane Road) Hoddesdon III v. Langleybury III (Hunton Bridge) Hoddesdon III v. Totteridge II (Richard Hale School) Hoddesdon III v. Hexton III (Higham Gobion Road) County Hall v. Totteridge (Totteridge Green) Northchurch II v. Met Police (Bushey) (The Meadow) Shenley Village II v. Greenwood Park (Shenley Park) Sawbridgeworth III v. Greenwood Park (Tippendell Lane) Langleybury III v. Potton Town II (The Hollow) Stevenage III v. Shenley Village II (Ditchmore Lane) Flamstead v. Metropolitan Police (Bushey) (Friendless Oval) Hoddesdon III v. Old Owens II (Richard Hale School) North Mymms III v. Weston (Old Owens CC, Coopers Lane) Northchurch II v. Clifton II (The Meadow) Flamstead v. North Mymms III (Coopers Lane) Cavendish v. Cockfosters III (Oaklands) Graveley v. Clarendon (Nine Acres) Monken Hadley v. Weston (Weston Park) Waltham Cross Rosedale v. Southgate Compton II (Hadley Field) Northchurch II v. Cockfosters II (Chalk Lane) Sawbridgeworth III v. Old Owens II (Leventhorpe School) Totteridge v. Braughing II (Totteridge Green) North Mymms III v. Old Owens II (Coopers Lane) Hoddesdon III v. Stevenage III (Ditchmore Lane) Clarendon II v. St. Albans III (Maple Lodge) Potters Bar III v. Old Elizabethans II (Gypsy Corner) Hoddesdon III v. Knebworth Park IV (Aston CC) Northchurch II v. Elstree II (The Meadow) Cheshunt II v. Ickleford Cricketers (Hitchin Boys’ School) Cheshunt II v. Old Camdenians (Albury Ride) Old Owens II v. Clifton (Claybridge Ground) Potton Town II v. Langleybury II (The Hollow) Potton Town II v. Hatfield Hyde II (King George V Playing Fields) Old Owens II v. Cheshunt II (Albury Ride) Northchurch II v. Elstree II (The Meadow) Waltham Cross Rosedale II v. Old Owens II (Rosedale Sports Club) Flamstead v. Greenwood Park (Friendless Oval) Sawbridgeworth III v.Ickleford Cricketers (Hitchin Boys’ School) Old Owens II v. Sandridge II (Cooper’s Lane) Rising Stars v. Old Camdenians II (Woodside) Waltham Cross Rosedale II v. Clifton II (Claybridge Ground)

26/7/03 20/7/02 8/9/01 2/7/05 4/8/01 2/9/00 20/5/06 17/6/06 5/5/01 16/8/03 15/6/02 26/5/01 13/7/02 29/7/00 21/6/03 28/8/04 4/9/04 2/7/05 30/8/03 15/5/04 7/7/01 4/9/04 19/5/01 22/5/04 1/9/01 9/6/01 31/7/04 10/5/03 12/7/03 27/5/06 30/6/01 17/5/03 27/7/02 9/9/00 9/9/00 8/6/02 30/8/03 24/6/06 7/5/05 28/6/03 5/7/03 4/6/05 25/6/05 1/7/00 26/7/03 29/5/04 8//7/06 13/5/06 21/8/04 24/5/03

Division Ten

Most Runs In A Season

751 H. Matcham (Old Cholmeleians II) 2006 702 K. Shinner (Ickleford Cricketers) 2005 661 S. P. Dare (Chorleywood III) 2006 649 G. Williams (Cockfosters III) 2006 639 B. Cashin (Shenley Village II) 2001 614 Zaheer Nawaz (Bushey II) 2005 609 B. Cashin (Harpenden Dolphins) 2002 600 M. Imran (Rising Stars) 2003 589 M. J. Lacey (Harpenden Dolphins) 2004 584 A. Clowes (Old Cholmeleians II) 2006

552 542 511 502 500 483 478 469 465 465 465 127

D. McGuinn (Bentley Heath) H. Matcham (Old Cholmeleians II) N. Williams (St Albans West Indian) G. Thomason (Met Police Bushey) D. C. C. Steele (Flamstead) R. Waters (Baldock II) M. S. Elliott (Welwyn Garden City IV) C. Connors (St Thomas) K. A. Elkins (Sawbridgeworth III) M. Baker (Greenwood Park) M. Fisher (Bragbury)

2004 2002 2001 2002 2003 2006 2001 2000 2000 2002 2006


Highest Individual Scores 159* 157* 138* 136 132* 131 126 125 125 125 121* 119 119 117* 117 116 116 115* 115* 115 114* 114* 114 111* 110 110

B. Cashin V. Muller P. Butcher M. J. Lacey P. T. Marshall M. Moerdyk R. Bridgeman H. Patel D. Brettell Zaheer Nawaz T. Martin T. Walker S. Langridge Jaymin Borkhotoria H. Matcham N. Amin M. Fisher B. Cashin H. Matcham S. King W. Barrett Zaheer Nawaz S. Landridge R. J. Burling B. Cashin T. Thompson

Harpenden Dolphins v. West Herts III (Woodside Playing Fields, Watford) Old Elizabethans II v. Ickleford II (Walnut Way) Ware II v. Kings Langley III (Highfields) Harpenden Dolphins v. Kings Langley II (Rothamsted Park) Sawbridgeworth III v. Stevenage IV (Bishop’s Stortford CC) Old Cholmeleians II v. Ware (OH) II (Ferneux Pelham CC) Cavendish v. Watford II (Woodside) Luton Town and Indians III v. Cockfosters III (Cockfosters) Datchworth II v. Hatch End II (Shaftesbury Road) Bushey v. Luton Town and Indians III (Aldenham Road) Ickleford II v. Abbots Langley III (Walnut Way) Langleybury III v. Cheshunt II (Hunton Bridge) Knebworth Park V v. Clifton II (Knebworth Recreation Ground) Abbots Langley II v. Northwood III (Thomas Parmiter Sports Centre) Old Cholmeleians II v. Northampton Exiles III (Hendon Wood Lane) Kings Langley III v. Broxbourne III (Kings Langley School) Bragbury v. Boxmoor II (Boxmoor Oval) Shenley Village II v. Sawbridgeworth III (Shenley) Old Cholmeleians II v. Ickleford II (Hendon Wood Lane) Datchworth v. Weston (Datchworth Green) Langleybury III v. Cheshunt II (Hunton Bridge) Bushey v. Ickleford II (Aldenham Road) Knebworth Park IV v. Ware II (Old Knebworth Lane) Stevenage IV v. Waltham Cross Rosedale II (Rosedale Sports Club) Shenley Village II v. Knebworth Park IV (Old Knebworth Lane) Kings Langley III v. Old Cholmeleians II (Kings Langley School)

Most Wickets In A Season 69 56 54 52 47 46 46 46 45 45 44

A.P.T.Wilkinson (Flamstead) J. Zani (Old Cholmeleians II) A. J. Tillbrook (St. Thomas) D. Allen (Ickleford Cricketers) M. Cook (Monken Hadley) P. G. Bracey (Graveley) H. Williams (Southgate Compton II) E. Gunning (Langleybury III) P. Kilduff (Dunstable IV) J. Brooks (Harpenden Dolphins) R. Jackman (Hatch End II)

2003 2006 2000 2005 2000 2001 2004 2004 2003 2006 2002

43 42 41 41 40 40 39 39 39 39

Best Bowling Performances 9-22 9-38 9-44 9-62 8-21 8-23 8-23 8-24 8-25 8-26 8-32 8-37 8-39 8-41 8-47 8-54 8-61 8-80 8-90 7-5 7-10 7-10 7-15

M. Akers I. R. Mackay T. Britton P. S. James J. Brooks J. Byatt Jittu Vadera N. J. Rice M. Lewis D. Allen B. Roberts T. Roche D. Crancher T. Morse B. Woodbridge H. Andrews I. Holden H. Williams H. Andrews J. A. Bovaird J. R. P. Hill S. Flint K. Tirmizi

B. Roberts (Waltham X Rosedale II) M. Hunt (Hoddesdon III) D. Payne (Greenwood Park) G. Deck (Old Cholmeleians II) C. Bollig (Knebworth Park V) J. Vadera (Hatch End II) P. Kilduff (Dunstable IV) D. Perkins (Old Cholmeleians II) P. Lucy (Baldock II) P. Reeve (Northwood II)

Datchworth II v. Dunstable IV (Lancot Park) Welwyn Garden City IV v. Old Cholmeleians II (Ottway Walk) Monken Hadley v. Hoddesdon III (Richard Hale School, Hertford) Sawbridgeworth III v. Hatch End II (Ferneux Pelham CC) Harpenden Dolphins v. Baldock II (Rothamsted Park) Waltham Cross Rosedale II v. Watford III (Woodside Playing Fields) Hatch End II v. Knebworth Park IV (Shaftesbury Field) Chorleywood v. Hatfield Hyde II (King George V Playing Fields) Baldock Town II v. Hatch End II (Shaftesbury Field) Ickleford Cricketers v. St Albans IV (Hitchin Boys School) Waltham Cross Rosedale II v. Letchworth IV (Letchworth) Harpenden Dolphins v. Chorleywood III (Rothamsted Park) Abbots Langley III v. Hatfield Hyde II (King George V Playing Fields) Letchworth IV v. Luton Town & Indians III (Lanchester Park) Ickleford Cricketers v. Harpenden Dolphins (Hitchin Boys School) Ware II v. Harpenden Dolphins (Rothamsted Park) Harpenden Dolphins v. Hatfield Hyde II (Rothamsted Park) Southgate Compton II v. Luton Town & Indians II (Hadley Field) Ware II v. West Herts III (West Herts) Sawbridgeworth III v. Old Cholmeleians II (Hendon Wood Lane) Sawbridgeworth III v. Stevenage II (Ash Tree Field, Stort CC) Letchworth IV v. Dunstable III (St Christopher’s School) Bentley Heath v. Knebworth Park V (Wrotham Park Estate) 128

31/8/02 1/7/06 29/6/02 22/5/04 8/6/02 31/8/02 6/5/00 31/7/04 6/8/05 3/9/05 9/9/06 26/6/04 14/5/05 15/7/06 3/9/05 31/5/03 29/7/06 5/5/01 22/7/06 1/6/02 26/6/04 20/8/05 12/8/00 15/7/00 12/5/01 30/8/03

2002 2000 2000 2002 2003 2005 2001 2002 2006 2006

22/5/04 7/7/01 5/8/00 24/6/00 26/8/06 18/8/01 4/6/05 29/7/06 16/7/05 16/7/05 12/8/00 6/5/06 11/8/06 4/9/04 18/6/05 5/7/03 10/6/06 28/8/04 21/7/01 10/6/00 9/9/00 7/5/05 19/7/03


7-16 7-17 7-17 7-17 7-21 7-21 7-22 7-23 7-25 7-26 7-27 7-27 7-27 7-28 7-29 7-31 7-33 7-36 7-36 7-39 7-41 7-43 7-47 7-48 7-51 7-51 7-53 7-53 7-53 7-57 7-58 7-59 7-61 7-62

K. Siyodia A. J. Tillbrook J. Cartwright B. Wilson G. Deck Habib Alam M. Cook A. Bower A. J. Tillbrook C. Lewis M. Hunt R. Jackman R. Wells A. J. Tillbrook S. Flint J. Byatt Uzman Zaman M. Hunt D. Allen M.A. Cowper J. Zani D. Dittu D. Edwards S. George A. J. Tillbrook M. Lewis D. Payne C. Smith D. Edwards J. A. Bovaird J. Byatt R. Bridgman M. Hunt D. Tillbrook

Luton Town and Indians III v. Stevenage IV (Wardown Park) St. Thomas v. Ware (OH) II (Highfields) Graveley v. Hexton II (Nine Acres) Knebworth Park IV v. West Herts III (Baldwins Lane) Old Cholmeleians v. Berkhamsted III (Kitchener’s Field) Bushey v. Baldock II (Aldenham Road) Monken Hadley v. Sawbridgeworth III (Hadley Common) Waltham Cross Rosedale II v. Shenley Village II (Rosedale Sports Club) St. Thomas v. West Herts III (Town Mead) Baldock II v. Hatfield Hyde II (Avenue Park) Hoddesdon III v. North Mymms IV (Richard Hale School) Hatch End II v. Two Woods (Shaftesbury Playing Fields) Cockfosters III v. Dunstable IV (Tudor) St. Thomas v. Graveley (Nine Acres) Letchworth III v. Luton Town and Indians III (Lancaster Avenue) Waltham Cross Rosedale II v. Hatch End II (Rosedale Sports Club) St. Albans III v. Baldock II (Avenue Park) Hoddesdon III v. Shenley Village II (Richard Hale School) Ickleford Cricketers v. Hexton (Higham Gobion Road) Sawbridgeworth III v. Cavendish (Birchwood Leisure Centre) Old Cholmelians II v. Harpenden Dolphins (Rothamsted Park) Hatch End II v. Letchworth III (Shaftesbury Field) Datchworth II v. Hatch End II (Shaftesbury Field) Dunstable IV v. Broxbourne III (Mill Lane Close) St. Thomas v. Monken Hadley (Hadley Common) Baldock Town II v. Luton Town & Indians III (Lancaster Avenue) Greenwood Park v. Graveley (Nine Acres) Letchworth IV v. North Mymms IV (Old Owens) Datchworth II v. Weston (Datchworth Green) Sawbridgeworth III v. North Mymms III (Thorley CC) Waltham Cross Rosedale II v. Cavendish (Birchwood Leisure Centre) Cavendish v. West Herts III (Birchwood Leisure Centre) Hoddesdon III v. Monken Hadley (Richard Hale School) St. Thomas v. Waltham Cross Rosedale II (Rosedale Sports Club)

10/7/04 10/6/00 19/7/00 7/7/01 18/5/02 2/7/05 6/5/00 1/7/00 15/7/00 8/7/06 19/8/00 20/7/02 3/9/05 8/7/00 30/7/05 24/8/02 20/8/05 24/6/00 2/7/05 15/7/00 12/8/06 29/6/02 20/8/05 9/8/03 19/8/00 13/8/05 2/9/00 2/9/00 1/6/02 13/5/00 20/5/00 9/9/00 5/8/00 22/7/00

Division Eleven Most Runs In A Season 798 778 769 767 700 667 611 605 601 595

C. Rawlings (Frogmore) C. Rawlings (Frogmore) K. Shinner (Ickleford Cricketers) S. P. Dare (Chorleywood II) D. Pursey (Ickleford Cricketers) I. Smith (Flamstead) N. Brady (Hertingfordbury III) N. Siddiqui (Southgate Adelaide III) M. Baskett (Frogmore) E. Riddle (Hertford III)

2003 2004 2004 2005 2004 2002 2005 2006 2006 2006

557 539 535 526 504 498 496 482 481 474

Highest Individual Scores 177 170* 162 157* 153* 148* 148* 144 143* 137* 136 135 134 125* 125*

N. Aylieff M. Lovitt C Rawlings I. Smith E. Riddle S. Hoar R. Davis I. Smith C Rawlings D. Pursey H. Sookraj K. Shinner Samitha Jayakody D. Barker J. Lewis

B. Sangaran (Shenley Village III) I. Smith (Flamstead) S. P. Dare (Chorleywood III) S. Rawlings (Frogmore) R. Thurston (Shenley Village III) R. Barker (Offley and Stopsley) C. Wright (Hemel Hempstead V) G. Thomason (Met Police Bushey) V. Warburton (Luton Town III) N. Siddiqui (Southgate Adelaide III)

Bentley Heath v. Ibis (Hunton Park) Abbots Langley II v. Rickmansworth III (Thomas Parmiter Sports Centre) Frogmore v St Margaretsbury III (Park Street Lane) Flamstead v. Bentley Heath (Friendless Oval, Flamstead) Hertford IV v. St Margaretsbury III (Balls Park) Luton Town III v. Broxbourne III (Broxbourne) Old Albanian III v. Broxbourne III (Mill Lane Close) Flamstead v. Ibis (Hunton Park) Frogmore v Radlett V (Park Street Lane) Ickleford Cricketers v. Frogmore (Park Street Lane) St. Albans West Indian v. Dunstable IV (Lancot Park) Ickleford Cricketers v. Frogmore (Park Street Lane) Potters Bar IV v. Abbots Langley III (Parmiter’s School) Potters Bar IV v. Rickmansworth III (Dame Alice Owens School) Potters Bar IV v. Shenley Village III (Shenley Park) 129

2006 2001 2004 2003 2006 2006 2003 2001 2000 2005

12/5/01 14/6/03 22/5/04 17/8/02 29/7/06 5/8/00 24/6/06 1/9/01 12/6/04 28/8/04 24/6/00 28/8/04 16/7/05 17/6/06 2/9/06


125 124* 123 123* 122 121* 121* 120* 119 118* 118* 118 117 116* 116 116 113*

A. Nicolas M. Jones P. Butcher I. Wicks R. T. Furber I. Smith D. P. Doyle G. George A. Naik D. Walker R. Cant S. J. Ashman J. Kamruddin D. Jordan C. Rawlings S. P. Dare M. Lenton

St. Margaretsbury III v. Frogmore (Park Street Lane) North Mymms III v. Bushey II (Coopers Lane) Ware II v Hertingfordbury (St Mary’s Lane) St Margaretsbury III v. Kings Langley III (Rudolph Steiner School) St Margaretsbury III v. Frogmore (St Margaretsbury Recreation Ground) Flamstead v. Harpenden Dolphins (Rothamsted Park) Harpenden IV v. North Mymms IV (St George’s School) Hertingfordbury II v. Potters Bar IV (St Mary’s Lane) Northampton Exiles II v. Old Albanian III (Clowes Ground) Hemel Hempstead IV v. North Enfield III (Hemel Hempstead School) Baldock II v. North Mymms IV (North Mymms) Sawbridgeworth IV v. Hertingfordbury (St Mary’s Lane) Radlett V v. Northwood III (Queen’s School, Bushey) Offley and Stopley v. Leverstock Green III (Parmiter’s School, Garston) Frogmore v. Baldock II (Avenue Park) Chorleywood III v. Knebworth Park V (Old Knebworth Lane) Cheshunt II v. Rising Stars (Woodside)

Most Wickets In A Season

59 D. Allen (Ickleford Cricketers) 2003 54 D. Allen (Ickleford Cricketers) 2004 54 D. Rhodes (Southgate Compton II) 2006 51 M. J. T. Rose (Chorleywood III) 2005 49 M. J. T. Rose (Chorleywood III) 2003 48 A. Cook (Flamstead) 2002 48 D. Osman (Broxbourne III) 2002 48 P. Reeve (Northwood III) 2005 47 P. Solanki (Abbots Langley II) 2005 43 A. P. T. Wilkinson (Flamstead) 2000

41 39 38 37 36 35 35 35 34 33 33

Best Bowling Performances 10-49 9-16 9-18 9-32 9-35 9-55 9-56 9-57 9-71 8-11 8-19 8-22 8-26 8-27 8-28 8-28 8-28 8-31 8-35 8-38 8-60 8-66 8-83 8-94 7-6 7-9 7-12 7-17 7-19 7-23 7-29 7-29 7-31

S. Clarke C. Bollig D. Allen M. J. T. Rose A. Cook J. Sherwood Zak Iqbal S Clarke D. Barker P. Kilduff K. Ruane M. Burke P. Reeve I. Minter D. Allen P. Reeve D. Rhodes D. Allen P. Reeve P. Reeve Numan Khan U. Zaman D. Allen M. J. T. Rose N. Mackey M. Dobbs P. Kilduff B. Sunderland M. Lewis A. Scears C. Lewis K. Rana A. Lee

N. Haik (Luton Town and Indians III) M. Charles (Hemel Hempstead IV) C. Bollig (Knebworth Park V) M. J. T. Rose (Chorleywood III) R. Cant (Baldock II) R. Barker (Offsley and Stopsley) S. Elliott (Shenley Village III) S. Butt (Northampton Exiles II) P. Kilduff (Dunstable IV) R. Shepherd (Hemel Hempstead IV) A. P. T. Wilkinson (Flamstead)

Metropolitan Police (Bushey) II v. Sawbridgeworth IV (Leventhorpe School) Knebworth Park V v. Baldock II (Aston CC) Ickleford Cricketers v. Leverstock Green III (Hitchin Boys’ School) Chorleywood III v. Potters Bar IV (Westwood Park) Flamstead v. Bentley Heath (Wrotham Park Estate) Old Albanian III v. Rickmansworth III (Park Road) Shenley Village III v. Ware (OH) II (Richard Hale School) Metropolitan Police (Bushey) II v. Kings Langley III (Aldenham Road) Potters Bar IV v. Kings Langley III (Rudolf Steiner School) Dunstable IV v. Broxbourne III (Broxbourne) Shenley Village III v. Ware II (Shenley Park) Metropolitan 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) Northwood III v. Luton Town & Indians III (Northwood) Northwood III v. St Margaretsbury III (Amersham) Southgate Adelaide III v. Sawbridgeworth IV (Potter Street CC) St. Albans IV v. Rickmansworth III (Verulam School) Ickleford Cricketers v. Bushey II (Hitchin Boys’ School) Chorleywood III v. Luton Town & Indians III (Wardown Park) Harpenden IV v. Wormley III (St George’s School) Bragbury v. Broxbourne III (Mill Lane Close) Dunstable IV v. Welwyn Garden City IV (Lancot Park) Two Woods v. Rickmansworth III (Aldenham Road) Baldock II v. Wormley III (Avenue Park) Hemel Hempstead V v. Wormley III (Rudolf Steiner School) Baldock Town II v. Wormley III (Church Lane) Northwood III v. Sawbridgeworth IV (Marigolds, Harlow CC) Luton Town III v. Rickmansworth III (Wardown Park) 130

22/5/04 31/5/03 13/8/05 10/7/06 17/6/06 18/8/01 30/8/03 15/7/06 5/8/06 5/8/00 5/7/03 30/7/05 29/5/04 9/9/06 31/5/03 17/7/04 13/7/02

2003 2000 2002 2004 2003 2006 2006 2006 2000 2000 2002

22/7/06 24/8/02 31/5/03 25/6/05 30/6/01 8/7/06 22/5/04 8/7/06 3/6/00 2/7/05 2/6/01 11/5/02 24/6/00 31/5/03 18/6/05 8/7/06 12/7/03 17/5/03 4/6/05 11/6/05 28/6/03 2/8/03 9/8/03 24/5/03 6/8/05 5/8/00 23/6/01 7/8/04 9/8/03 26/7/03 25/6/05 20/5/00


7-32 7-32 7-34 7-36 7-37 7-37 7-38 7-38 7-38 7-44 7-47 7-48 7-48 7-50 7-50 7-50 7-59 7-64 7-72 7-83

M. J. T. Rose C. Hosier A. P.T. Wilkinson C. Sander P. A. Hyam Paresh Solanki D. Murphy J. Cowan N. Webb B. Murphy P. Solanki A. P. T. Wilkinson M. Peckham J. Gymer M. Lenton I. Milligan M. Peckham A. P. T. Wilkinson M. Roberts C Rawlings

Chorleywood II v. Hertingfordbury II (Westwood Park) Northampton Exiles II v. West Herts III (Clowes Ground) Flamstead v. Broxbourne II (Friendless Oval) Frogmore v. Southgate Compton II (Hadley Field) Sawbridgeworth IV v. Leverstock Green III (Parmiter’s School, Garston) Abbots Langley III v. Rickmansworth III (Park Road) Weston v. St. Margaretsbury III (Weston Park) Harpenden IV v. Baldock II (Avenue Park) Ickleford Cricketers v. Hertingfordbury II (St Mary’s Lane) Hertingfordbury II v. Rickmansworth III (St Mary’s Lane) Abbots Langley III v. Rickmansworth III (Park Road) Flamstead v. Dunstable IV (Lancot Park) Weston v. Chipperfield III (Weston Park) Cheshunt II v. Luton Town II (Albury Ride) Cheshunt II v. Bentley Green (Wrotham Park Estate, Barnet) Rickmansworth III v. Northwood III (Chalfont Park) Weston v. North Enfield III (Edmonton) Flamstead v. Weston (Weston Park) Leverstock Green III v. Luton Town & Indians III (Parmiters School) Frogmore v St Margaretsbury II (Park Street Lane)

10/7/04 22/7/06 15/6/02 16/7/05 14/5/05 27/8/05 24/6/00 17/5/03 31/7/04 20/5/06 27/8/05 24/6/00 29/7/00 6/7/02 18/5/02 25/7/03 26/8/00 22/7/00 5/7/03 22/5/04

Division Twelve Most Runs In A Season 613 547 495 483 463 452 450 434 415 414

M. Terry (North Mymms IV) W. Abrahams (Ibis) G. Keene (Met Police Bushey) E. Riddle (Hertford IV) D. Waight (Watton-at-Stone II) Qasim Hayani (Two Woods) J. Mitchell (Stevenage IV) S. King (Datchworth III) Omar Saeed (Southgate Adelaide III) G. Keene (Met Police Bushey II)

2006 2004 2004 2005 2004 2000 2006 2006 2003 2005

409 407 385 383 383 379 356 353 346 333

R. Metselaar (Potters Bar IV) G. Wilkinson (Langleybury IV) E. W. Penn (Sawbridgeworth IV) D. R. Goodier (Old Albanian III) N. Siddiqui (Southgate Adelaide III) M. Dellow (Thorley II) R. B. Mills (Thorley II) D. Waight (Watton-at-Stone II) J. Lewis (Potters Bar IV) B. Smith (Monken Hadley II)

Highest Individual Scores 180* 171* 166 162* 150* 149* 143* 136* 133* 132 131 128 126 125 123* 123* 123 118 116* 116 113 110

W. Abrahams M. J. Robertson A. R. L. Emerton M. Dyer Qasim Hayani W. Abrahams T. Speller K. Lotzoff G. Keene R. B. Mills D. Blacktopp K. Lotzof S. Carter C. Murphy R. Boyes D. Waight G. Swaby Omar Saeed E. Riddle R. Metselaar F. Siddiqui N. Siddiqui

Ibis v. Monken Hadley II (Bentley Heath CC) Sawbridgeworth IV v. Tewin (Bishop’s Stortford CC, Cricketfield Lane) Tewin II v. Knebworth Park VI (Upper Green) Waltham Cross Rosedale III v. Welwyn Garden City III (Welwyn PF) Two Woods v. Chorleywood II (Met Police Ground, Bushey) Ibis v. Old Albanian III (Bentley Heath CC) Waltham Cross Rosedale III v. Sawbridgeworth IV (Rosedale Sports Club) Monken Hadley II v. Hertford IV (Balls Park) Metropolitan Police (Bushey) II v. North Mymms IV (Aldenham Road) Thorley II v. Potters Bar IV (Thorley Lane) Potters Bar IV v. Tewin II (Owens School) Monken Hadley v. Tewin II (Hadley Field) 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) Southgate Adelaide III v. Tewin II (Upper Green) Hertford IV v. Watton-at-Stone II (Balls Park) Potters Bar v. Old Camdenians (Owens School) Southgate Adelaide III v. Thorley II (Chandos Avenue) Southgate Adelaide III v. Shenley Village III (Woodside)

Most Wickets In A Season 45 42 40 38 35

R. Clayton (Watton-at-Stone II) E. Riddle (Hertford IV) N. Johnson (Met Police Bushey II) A. G. Foster (Hatfield III) R. B. Mills (Thorley II)

2005 2005 2005 2000 2003

30 29 29 29 28 131

S. Clarke (Two Woods) C. Bollig (Knebworth Park V) A. Sheldon (Knebworth Park V) U. Zaman (St Albans IV) J. E. Josiah (Ibis)

2004 2000 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2006 2004 2006

21/8/04 3/7/04 17/6/06 30/7/05 8/7/00 7/8/04 24/7/04 28/5/05 31/7/04 19/7/03 31/7/04 9/8/03 4/8/01 1/6/02 2/8/03 29/5/04 12/6/04 12/7/03 11/6/05 19/6/04 26/7/03 2/8/03

2000 2001 2001 2002 2000


34 34 33 31 31 31

R. Clayton (Watton-at-Stone II) I. Lawless (North Mymms IV) S. Avers (Wormley III) G. Tiney (Ibis) S. Avers (Wormley III) A. Sheldon (Monken Hadley II)

2004 2006 2005 2000 2002 2004

27 27 27 26 26

J. Emmerson (Cheshunt II) R. Jennings (Ibis) R. Jennings (Ibis) C. D. Pask (Sawbridgeworth IV) N. Johnson (Met Police Bushey II)

Best Bowling Performances 9-35 9-37 9-37 8-23 8-33 8-37 8-45 8-50 7-7 7-10 7-10 7-12 7-16 7-17 7-19 7-19 7-23 7-25 7-25 7-29 7-30 7-31 7-37 7-41 7-53 7-54 7-58 7-59 7-59

J. E. Josiah T. Hemingway N. Johnson S. Avers R. B. Mills W. Welch C. Williams C. Bollig U. Zaman N. Frid Y. Nadeem R. Evans J. Mihill R. Brooker A. Jenkins R. Clayton R. B. Mills C. Bollig V. Rajput C. Hodge S. Radcliffe M. Barrett S. Bhattia S. Clarke T. C. S. Radcliffe M. Impey I. Lawless A. G. Craig K. Southgate

Ibis v. Botany Bay III (East Lodge Lane) Knebworth Park V v. St. Albans (Verulam School) Metropolitan Police (Bushey) II v. Monken Hadley II (Hadley Common) Wormley III v. North Mymms IV (Church Lane) Thorley II v. Waltham Cross Rosedale III (Queen’s School, Bushey) Watton-at-Stone II v. Old Albanian III (The Meadow) Waltham Cross Rosedale III v. Hoddesdon IV (Rosedale Sports Club) Knebworth Park V v. Harpenden IV (St George’s School, Harpenden) St Albans IV v. Hoddesdon IV (Verulam School) Knebworth Park V v. Wormley (Watton Road) Rising Stars v. Wheathampstead III (Sandringham School) Knebworth Park VI v. Ware II (Knebworth Recreation Ground) Harpenden IV v. Ibis (St George’s School) Metropolitan Police (Bushey) II v. Hemel Hempstead V (Aldenham Road) Shenley Village III v. Hoddesdon IV (Roydon CC) Watton-at-Stone II v. Wormley III (Wormley Playing Fields) Thorley II v. Botany Bay II (Thorley Lane) Knebworth Park V v. Monken Hadley II (Watton Road) Radlett V v. Botany Bay III (East Lodge Lane) Botany Bay III v. Southgate Adelaide III (East Lodge Lane) Hemel Hempstead V v. Wormley III (Wormley Playing Fields) Radlett V v. Waltham Cross Rosedale II (Queen’s School) Northwood III v. Rising Stars (Woodside) Two Woods v. Southgate Adelaide III (Owens Sports Ground) Hemel Hempstead V v. Tewin II (Rudolf Steiner School) Monken Hadley II v. Hertingfordbury II (Hadley Common) North Mymms IV v. Waltham Cross Rosedale III (Rosedale Sports Club) North Mymms IV v. Letchworth V (Highfield School) Old Owens III v. Watton-at-Stone II (The Meadow)

2000 2002 2003 2003 2004

10/6/00 4/8/01 9/7/05 14/8/02 5/7/03 10/7/04 14/6/03 9/6/01 6/7/02 19/5/01 7/7/01 5/8/06 8/6/02 23/7/05 7/6/03 1/7/06 2/8/03 12/9/01 24/5/03 30/6/01 6/5/06 5/8/06 2/6/00 26/8/00 15/7/06 2/6/01 29/07/06 19/6/04 4/6/05

Division Thirteen Most Runs In A Season 718 566 352 338 323 252 250 246 243

D. M. Watson (Flamstead) E. Riddle (Hertford IV) A. A. J. O’Neill (Northampton Exiles III) S. D. Sheppard (Flamstead) C. Wright (Hemel Hempstead V) F. Javed (Northampton Exiles III) W. Mortimer (Hoddesdon IV) D. Oswin (Flamstead II) T. Simmons (Letchworth V)

2005 2004 2005 2005 2001 2006 2001 2003 2006

238 229 227 214 208 207 206 204 204

Highest Individual Scores 143* 138* 135* 126 121* 118 114* 107* 104* 104 104 103 100*

C. Wright D. M. Watson C. Stainsby T. O’Neill E. Riddle D. M. Watson J. Taylor R. Barlow P. Warne A. Brazier R. Qadir W. Mortimer P. Davies

R. McLennan (Shenley Village III) J. Eyers (Northampton Exiles III) A. Ward (Reed III) Amresh Sawant (Hatfield Crusaders II) I. Tyler (Old Owens III) K. Rentell (Wormley III) C. Warne (Radlett V) D. Lee (Wormley III) S. Cole (North Enfield III)

Hemel Hempstead V v. Hoddesdon IV (Kitchener’s Field, Berkhamsted CC) Flamstead II v. North Enfield III (Friendless Oval) Welwyn Garden City IV v. Flamstead II (Friendless Lane) Northampton Exiles III v. Luton Town & Indians IV (Clowes Ground) Hertford IV v. Hoddesdon IV (Church Lane, Wormley CC) Flamstead II v. Hatfield III (Ascots Lane) Tewin II v. Hoddesdon IV (Richard Hale School) Reed III v. Hatfield Crusaders II (King George V Playing Fields, WGC) Radlett V v. Thorley II (Thorley Lane) Harpenden IV v. Letchworth V (Letchworth) Northampton Exiles III v. Bentley Heath II (Clowes Ground) Hoddesdon IV v. Tewin II (Upper Green) Letchworth V v. Hatfield Crusaders II (Roe Hill Hall) 132

2002 2004 2006 2006 2004 2000 2002 2005 2006

23/6/01 11/6/05 17/5/03 16/7/05 24/7/04 25/6/05 26/5/01 17/6/06 1/6/02 29/7/00 5/8/06 26/5/01 29/7/06


100* T. Simmons 100* A. Ward 100 R. Baker

Letchworth V v. Hatfield III (King George V Playing Fields) Reed III v. Hatfield III (Therfield Heath, Royston) Old Owens III v. Luton Town & Indians IV (Coopers Lane Road)

Most Wickets In A Season 32 30 26 25 24 24 24 23

J.J. Mankani (Welwyn Garden City IV) A. Cook (Flamstead III) R. Russell (Met Police Bushey III) G. Dare (Bushey II) G. Howell (Monken Hadley II) A. Sheldon (Monken Hadley II) D. Rogers (Flamstead II) A. Draper (Datchworth III)

2004 2004 2005 2000 2000 2000 2003 2004

22 22 21 21 20 20 20

5/8/06 15/7/06 17/7/04

R. Thear (Wormley III) S. Veysi (Bentley Heath II) M. Charles (Hemel Hempstead V) S. Avers (Wormley III) S. Singh (Baldock II) F. Lillywhite (Shenley Village III) A. M. Cook (Flamstead)

2000 2005 2001 2004 2000 2002 2005

Best Bowling Performances 9-48 8-19 8-32 7-4 7-15 7-19 7-27 7-31 7-34 7-40 7-55 7-69 7-81 6-4 6-4 6-9 6-10 6-16 6-19 6-23 6-24 6-25 6-29 6-31 6-32 6-33 6-34 6-34 6-36 6-36 6-37 6-39 6-39 6-51 6-52 6-55

R. Thear M. Spratt M. Nash J. J. Mankani B. Golder R. Russell T. Driver R. J. Matthews I. Tanner M. Hunt A. Cook S. Lubbe A. Cook D. Bentley D. Bentley F. Lillywhite M. K. Mester A. Jordan P. Lynch N. Haslam A. Draper R. Gibson R. Angelini R. Sumner A. Jabber A. Sheldon G. Dare B. Hardy A. Cook M. Hunt C. Starr F. Lillywhite D. Rogers C. Warne G. Howell C. Bollig

Wormley III v. Baldock II (Avenue Park) 3/6/00 Old Centralians II v. Wheathampstead III (King George V Playing Fields) 5/8/00 Botany Bay III v. Datchworth III (East Lodge Lane) 26/6/04 Welwyn Garden City IV v. Luton Town & Indians IV (Welwyn Playing Fields) 29/5/04 Hatfield III v. Metropolitan Police (Bushey) III (King George V Playing Fields) 28/5/05 Metropolitan Police (Bushey) III v. Letchworth V (Letchworth) 25/6/05 Wormley III v. Hitchin III (Lucas Lane) 15/7/00 Flamstead II v. North Enfield III (Friendless Oval) 11/6/05 Welwyn Garden City IV v. Old Owens III (Welwyn Playing Fields) 17/7/04 Hoddesdon IV v. Northampton Exiles III (Clowes Ground) 19/6/04 Flamstead II v. Luton Town and Indians IV (Lancaster Avenue) 29/5/04 Letchworth V v. Hatfield II (Highfield School) 30/7/05 Flamstead III v. Hertford IV (Friendless Oval) 22/5/04 Hexton III v. St. Margaretsbury IV (Wrest Park, Silsoe) 28/6/03 Hexton III v. Datchworth III (Wrest Park, Silsoe) 19/7/03 Shenley Village II v. Potters Bar IV (Potters Bar) 13/7/02 Welwyn Garden City IV v. Flamstead II (Friendless Lane) 17/5/03 Waltham Cross Rosedale III v. St Margaretsbury IV (St Margaretsbury) 8/6/02 Welwyn Garden City IV v. Old Albanian III (Woollam Playing Fields) 31/5/03 Reed III v. Hatfield III (Therfield Heath, Royston) 15/7/06 Datchworth III v. Luton Town & Indians IV (Datchworth RFC) 5/6/04 Hitchin III v. Preston II (Lucas Lane) 10/6/00 Hoddesdon III v. Northampton Exiles III (Clowes Ground) 23/7/05 Cockfosters IV v. Letchworth V (Fairfield Hall) 13/5/06 Bushey II v. Wheathampstead III (Sandringham School) 24/6/00 Monken Hadley II v. Stevenage V (Hadley Common) 5/8/00 Bushey II v. Harpenden IV (Eastbury Road) 24/6/00 North Enfield III v. Letchworth V (Enfield Invicta) 16/7/05 Flamstead v. Welwyn Garden City IV (Welwyn Playing Fields) 15/5/04 Hoddesdon IV v. Flamstead II (Lowfield) 26/6/04 Hatfield Crusaders II v. Northampton Exiles III (Clowes Ground) 22/7/06 Shenley Village III v. St Margaretsbury IV (Mill Hill) 20/7/02 Flamstead II v. Northampton Exiles (Friendless Oval) 19/7/03 Radlett V v. Thorley II (Thorley Lane) 1/6/02 Monken Hadley II v. Knebworth Park V (Watton Road, Knebworth) 12/8/00 Knebworth Park V v. Harpenden IV (St. George’s School) 3/6/00

The above statistics were compiled from information supplied by clubs since the adoption of the vertical divisional structure into the Hertfordshire Cricket League in 2000. In such a section of the handbook containing thousands of figures, I hope even after hours of checking that no player’s figures were omitted after his club had supplied them. If this has occurred, I apologise in advance and let me know so it can be added to next year’s handbook. We also appreciate the performance lists below Division Two are not completely definitive, so correspondence from clubs is also welcomed if they wish to add further statistics that have not been hitherto supplied. The statistics section for matches played under the original Herts League structure from 1994-1999 can be found at www. hertsleague.co.uk, along with complete performance lists from 2000-2006, which have been abbreviated in the handbook for reasons of space.

Richard M. White League Statistician

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Taking Stock

March 24th, 1982, hardly a date that will go down in infamy but Herts cricketers must have had it in-for-me that day when they voted me in as secretary of the Grasshopper Herts League. A quarter of a century later I’m still here, having learned never to volunteer for anything..

Radlett Cricket Club was the scene of that unremarkable happening and Fred Taylor was in the chair. A lovely man, Fred, and master of the concise meeting. He lived in London and didn’t drive. So the taxi was arranged for 10pm; any unfinished business was left unfinished and we all went home. (Today’s chairmen please take note) It’s also worth recording that we had 20 people on the committee – all clubs were represented – which is not a recipe for short meetings. I hesitate to call this an anniversary year but it gives me an excuse for looking back at what’s happened to club cricket over 25 years, in this part of the country at least. And no selfindulgence. Well, not much. A look at the records shows that in 1982 the league had £508 in the bank, subs were £10 per club, a ticket for the annual dinner would have set you back £5.75 and cricket balls cost £6.50 each. That last statistic is quite surprising against today’s cost of £11 for the top ball, if you care to work out the effect of inflation. Results crept out on Sundays in 1982, via a professional agency, Hayters. It was another 15 years before the word ‘internet’ was seen in our minutes as a basis for the in-house super service we enjoy today. And league cricket didn’t change much from year to year – mostly because the constitution dictated that a two-thirds majority was required to change any rules. It took another 10 years to rid ourselves of that strangulation. We also held an open forum in 1982 when the 16 clubs could air their views on issues that exercised them. The desire for 2 new balls, a dislike of the bonus points structure and the limitation (of 55 overs) on first innings, were the main gripes. Nothing changed for a while. Incidentally, matches lasted 4 hours 10 minutes plus 20 overs in those days (20 overs in the last hour!!) and the league was decided on an average points basis to discount cancelled matches. Matches were played on Saturdays or Sundays – we didn’t move to all-Saturdays until 1984. The quality of club cricket, however, was pretty good. Hertfordshire’s minor counties success in that period was testimony to that and we had players of the quality of Steve Plumb (Norfolk) and Doug Yeabsley (Devon) plying their trade in our league. Let me quickly acknowledge that Phil Caley (Suffolk), and others help to show our league still holds an attraction for those at the top of the amateur game. Perhaps my overriding memory of 1982 was getting to the final of the CCC inter-league KO – and then being disqualified for fielding an ineligible player (he’d played in every round). That player came from my own club, a Tasmanian who had played one first class game. Not an auspicious start for the new league secretary. I decided to join the CCC committee as a result, hoping to change things from within. I’m still trying. In 1983 Brian Collins took over the chairman’s reins from Fred and a 10 year era began. Brian made his mark and probably also set a standard with regular players running things, in stead of ageing men in grey suits (N.B. Fred was neither old nor grey). But l believe this has 134


been a foundation for the success of this league, with people who are actively playing club cricket making the decisions. Now a health warning; the members of our current management committee are all growing old (older) together. We all enjoy what we do but we need younger enthusiasts, who are in touch with the reality on the field, if our record of success is to continue. By 1985 we were starting to notice the influence of overseas players. The presence of two strong Aussies in that year’s league winners’ squad led to discussion about limiting the presence of overseas players. The limit of one per team came in 1989 and I suppose concerns reached their climax with the changes for the 2007 season. Or have they? By 1994 there were 27 overseas players registered with 22 clubs. In 2006 there were an amazing 119 here to enjoy our club game! The League records for 1985 also show the first reference to the need to curb bad behaviour. “If clubs don’t act, the League will” was the ‘advice’. The same year also marked preliminary discussions on amalgamation with the Herts Competition. That’s ten years after the split and nine years before intentions became a reality. Perhaps connected with those ambitions was another landmark decision, when Brian Collins and I met David Furnell and his adviser, Simon Dyson, in the Leather Bottle at Leverstock Green and the county KO cup was born. To create a competition of sufficient size, the Herts Competition division 1 clubs were invited to join. Totteridge added weight to the arguments by reaching the final in 1987. Within three years the competition was being extend to 50 clubs, bringing in more Herts Competition clubs. The finals of the Furnell Transport KO were staged in the sponsor’s home town of Hemel, and home advantage seemed to offer an advantage as the host club won the first three finals. In spite of the need for a two-thirds majority, two key rule changes went through in1988 with the advent of two new balls per match and league placings being decided on aggregate instead of average points. The quality of our league in this era was also evident from our success in the CCC interleague KO, winning the trophy in 1986 and 1989. That success wasn’t always realised by the Herts county team’s selectors and it is interesting now to look back at the reminders to them that our league is where they should have been looking for players. There was a feeling that they spent a lot of time scouring other sources for ‘names’ or available players peddling their reputations. The first vote, by Bryan League clubs, for a merger with the Herts Competition, came in1990. The proposal was defeated. It was that same general meeting that also set some standards for the future with a call for the introduction of minimum standards for facilities, supported by a marking scheme. Clubs also asked for the formation of an umpires panel and wanted clubs to establish a strong youth policy. I wonder where the ECB found its format for the premier league 10 years later? Facilities marking arrived in ’92 and the umpires panel a year later. Changes come slowly but we get there! As I noted earlier, 1993 saw the end of the two-thirds majority rule for changing match rules (it remained for the Constitution) The way out of the impasse was to introduce match rule changes on an experimental basis, to be confirmed after a one-season trial. It still operates today and was a change that reflected changing attitudes to sport, with a greater desire to make the action more exciting or more interesting, to attract new generations of players. Reflecting the mood for change, the ‘big decision’ came in late 1992 when concern over stagnation in Hertfordshire cricket led to a vote in favour of amalgamating the Bryan Herts League and the Farren Herts Competition. The strongest advocate from the Competition was its Chairman, Tony Johnson, whose own club, Radlett enjoyed great success in the Bryan league but wanted better standards of cricket for its growing membership by giving new 135


opportunities for its burgeoning 3rd & 4th XIs playing in the Herts Competition. A truly ambitious club! Tony could see the pros and cons with his foot in both camps and I well remember him bending my ear one Saturday evening after a match at Radlett. Their 2nds had just trounced the Watford Town 2nd XI that I had captained so I was hardly in the mood for a constructive discussion. Yet he calmly went through all the good reasons why two leagues should become one and explored ways to make it happen. I was drawn to Tony’s quiet diplomacy that has been the hallmark of his leadership of the league since. So after 20 years, Hertfordshire had a single competitive league structure. 1993 was mostly about talking and rule making. In 1994 it actually happened. There were 75 clubs and 189 teams in that inaugural season and only two single-team clubs. St Albans demonstrated they were the cream by lifting the 1st and 2nd XI trophies. We took a few years to settle on a set of match rules acceptable to the majority. The only major change was the 100 overs game, introduced in 1996 (split 52/48 initially). Perhaps we have all had enough of tinkering with the rules, so have left well alone since. Maybe the next big change will be really big. Such as 50 overs a side, winner takes all. Unlikely in my lifetime. Or how about the Australian model of starting games much earlier, 10.30 or 11:00 and finishing around 6pm. Still time for a couple of beers at the end (to help club finances) for those who want a separate social life or have ‘influential’ partners requiring a Saturday night out. Or maybe it won’t be in our hands. The new century brought a new centralised approach to club cricket, organised from Lord’s. It was all part of a cradle-to-grave approach aimed at producing a successful England team. Maybe it’s too early to assess whether the concept is a success but the ‘recreational game’ has contributed more than its fair share, in the form of disruption and added admin. but without commensurate compensation. Not at our level. Before the ECB came on the scene, the Herts League had already recognised the need to establish a structure that encourages more quality a the top end, splitting our top division into two in 1999, with the 10 clubs playing each other home and away. Then we had to reorganise again a year later to allow a Herts contribution the Home Counties Premier League but the outcome has been uncertainly every since, over the number of clubs to be promoted and relegated. This arises largely because of unequal numbers and the bizarre rule that allows clubs to decide whether or not they will accept promotion to each division of the HCPL. Attempts to make our premier masters appreciate the reality at the coalface, have failed. Men in grey suits? At the same time as the new premier league structure came in, we decided on a major change of our own. It was the fulfilment of a dream (not mine but I support it) to allow the cream truly to rise to the top, with the creation of a fully vertical structure. A nightmare for the League’s fixture secretary but a real winner for ambitious clubs and good clubs. Such as St Albans West Indian – division 11 in 2000, now division 5. So, at the end of the chronology it’s satisfying to look back on the successes, although not always achieved without pain. Such as some AGMs (I’m grateful I’m not chairman!). Or the disputed decisions, one of which memorably led to a threat of a judicial review! Or the unexpected, such as Princess Diana’s funeral that clashed with a league programme in 1997. Or adjudicating on cancellations for some rural clubs resulting from foot & mouth disease, in 2001. Or visiting windswept grounds on cold November days to assess suitability for promotion or even maintain a league place. Or the bizarre – namely the 2002 division 12 fixture (no umpires) where the result was referred to the league committee for a decision, following a dispute. More than a week after the final ball was bowled, a group of us spent an evening in the Hatfield Lodge Hotel, with witnesses, pushing pieces of cardboard around a table, trying to recreate the final moments of that match. I think we learned from that one. Administration has become a little easier, thanks to the internet but there’s always a counter136


balance. Such as the growing number of disciplinary disputes where the parties say “let’s leave it to the League.” Or such as the ECB and its love of paperwork. Reducing the burden of paperwork on captains has been one of our aims, but the ECB comes along with a set of requirements that means captains are now posting over 2000 team sheets every season. If they don’t they get fined, which leads to another amazing statistic. Clubs have paid the League over £10,000 in fines in the past six years. Can Hertfordshire cricket afford that? Perhaps clubs have become complacent, given the safety net of sponsorship. Financial support has always been a major requirement for sports leagues and we have been fortunate – or being positive, maybe we have found a formula that is an attractive business proposition. Bryan Grasshopper were in place when I came on board in 1982 (the Grasshopper League became the Bryan League soon afterwards) and the Bryan organisation backed us for 15 years, through the merger, until 1996. We then had a gap but the appointment of Nigel Wray as League President in ‘98 heralded a groundbreaking deal with Saracens from 2000. The knockout cup was secure under Furnell and remained intact, thanks to another transport company, Becker, who arrived in the same year as Nigel. Another amazing statistic – Saracens have poured almost £200,000 into Herts cricket, to date. We are all grateful for sponsorship but how do we show our gratitude? Certainly not by supporting the sponsors to the extent they expect. It’s good that our league and cup competitions appeal to community-minded organisations who are prepared to keep going in spite of the ambivalence. If future sponsors are harder to find, the reasons are obvious. End of moan. This review has been mostly about admin but I can’t ignore events on the field, which is what counts most. I have enjoyed some great cricket over this period and I’ve tried to pick out the most memorable batting and bowling performances that I have been lucky enough to witness. The bowling ‘award’ goes to Brian Collins. All ten wickets in his limited nine over spell against the Morrant Middlesex League, in the 1986 CCC KO. Brian should undoubtedly have played first class cricket. With the bat - I go for Campbell Horlock’s destruction of Stortford in the ’97 Furnell final. 249 n.o. off 139 balls! Looking ahead, what changes can we expect? I’m tempted to say “ask the ECB” but I think that Herts cricket is built on solid foundations and largely in control of its own destiny. Whether its clubs can go on to challenge the very best, which at present means the Home Counties Premier League division 1, is another matter. It’s proving mighty difficult. I think there is an answer but a lot of bullets have to be bitten first. That answer is club mergers. Several have tried and failed but I believe they are still a necessity if cricketing success is our goal. Or, as a minimum, some sort of universal agreement that we recognise a few regionally-based elite clubs and our best young players are channelled through those. The problem is that the small band of volunteers is too busy keeping clubs afloat, to worry about the bigger picture. It’s great to have so many clubs in the Saracens Herts League but scarce resources (i.e. talent) are spread too thinly. Is a smaller league my objective for the next 25 years? The men in white coats will be carrying me off long before that becomes a reality. My thanks to many devoted and good-humoured committee members from keeping me sane thus far. Richard Bayliss Hon. Secretary Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League

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1,000 up for Akash

Haberdashers relegated despite Christian heroics Old Haberdashers captain Sami Ali gave overseas player Akash Christian all the motivation he needed to break the Division Four batting record. Before a ball was bowled in the 2006 season, Ali asked the Indianborn opener whether he had came across Harshad Rawle, who had scored 955 runs for North Mymms 2nd XI the previous season. Of course the 25-year-old knew him well and set out with a determination to break his record, which he achieved in sensational style. In just 13 innings, he scored 1,042 runs at an average of over 80, including four centuries and five half-centuries. He would no doubt have shattered the overall league record of 1,063 set by Steve March in 2004 had he not departed for home with five games to play; he was required for pre-season training with his state side Gujarat, who play in the Ranji Trophy. Akash arrived at Croxdale Road in 2005 looking to play some injuryfree cricket while looking for work to put his law degree in practice. He scored 654 runs in 14 innings as Haberdashers won promotion as they finished third in Division Five. His performances improved significantly last term as he set about breaking Rawle’s record which he achieved in style but following his early departure, his side failed to win another game and they were relegated on the last day of the season. Of the four centuries Akash scored in the 2006 season, only two resulted in victories for his team. His first hundred, which was also his highest, came on 10 June against Ickleford when he scored 189 out of a total of 294-3. However, his innings was eclipsed by Brett Blaker, whose unbeaten 192 helped the visitors to a five-wicket win in just 35.4 overs. His other three tons came in his final four innings, although his 131 against London Colney was again in a losing cause as his side went down by seven wickets after scoring 265-8. However, he led two successful run-chases against Potton Town and Ampthill Town, passing 150 on both occasions as Haberdashers won both matches by three wickets. His side took just 39 points in the remaining five matches to return to Division Five, where Akash will be lining up once more in 2007. His breakdown of each innings was as follows: Date Opposition/Venue Score Total Runs Average 6 May County Hall (a) 70 70 70.00 13 May Chipperfield (h) 73 143 71.50 20 May Northwood 2nd XI (a) 55 198 66.00 3 Jun Bayford & Hertford (a) 14 212 53.00 10 Jun Ickleford (h) 189 401 80.20 17 Jun Bushey (a) 82 483 80.50 24 Jun Bishop’s Stortford 2nd XI (h) 14 497 71.00 1 Jul Shenley Village (a) 88 585 73.12 8 Jul Old Elizabethans (h) 18 603 67.00 15 Jul London Colney (a) 131 734 73.40 22 Jul Rickmansworth (h) 0 734 66.72 29 Jul Potton Town (a) 151 885 73.75 5 Aug Ampthill Town 2nd XI (h) 157 1042 80.15 Matches: 13; Innings: 13; Hundreds: 4; Fifties: 5. 138

Team Result Abandoned Won 4 wkts Match Drawn Lost 6 wkts Lost 5 wkts Match Drawn Lost 7 wkts Lost 7 wkts Won 1 wicket Lost 7 wkts Lost 7 wkts Won 3 wkts Won 3 wkts


Check Your Club Insurance

The lessons from arson attacks at Stevenage Cricket Club Following the winter experiences I strongly recommend to all clubs that they check their building and contents insurance. In November 2006, Stevenage Cricket Club were hit by a double arson attack, the groundsmen’s shed being followed by the scorebox 10 days later. The police believe they know who the offender was, a young lad who St. Albans Crown Court failed to put away a month previously. The lad lives locally and likes breaking into isolated buildings and setting them on fire – fantastic (!!!) The club felt that they had plenty of time to sort things out. This has turned out not to be true. It was also discovered the buildings were under-insured, with a base value from many years before and were index-linked. It was discovered the base value was too low and therefore the Loss Adjuster valued the ground shed and scorebox at 33 and 50% under insured. This meant the club received just two-thirds value of the shed and half of the box. Three questions were asked: What about contents? What is insured? & Do we have a contents list? It turned we had no contents list. The club managed to secure a reasonable deal, however the Loss Adjuster did give conflicting advice on replacements that caused concern. Fortunately, they witnessed the damage and the quickly prepared contents list was accepted. The problem area is how the contents are insured, i.e. like-for-like or new-for-old. The Stevenage policy was not clear and the club accepted these contents should be specified. How do you value 43 separate items of different ages, which are burnt beyond recognition? Also how do you value a 10-year-old mower in good working order? To the Loss Adjuster it has no real value, but to the club it was the same as a new one. Fortunately, they did an average value over all items, which was acceptable to the club. Other problems that have occurred is that planning permission is now required for temporary storage container and shed enhancement, while container hire is required for four months. Our future check list includes having buildings regularly valued, completing a yearly contents list (and sending a copy to the insurance company) and specifying which type of insurance is required, as mentioned earlier. Time is getting on and plans have been made, however it’s now the middle of February 2007 and the club has yet to receive its cheque even though the insurance company has accepted the Loss Adjusters’ assessment. It could be a tough year. Richard Burling Chairman, Stevenage Cricket Club.

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Clarke takes all ten

Met Police Bushey 2nd XI v Sawbridgeworth 4th XI, Division 11, 22 July 2006 Steve Clarke was undoubtedly the Met Police Bushey 2nd XI player of the season for 2006, scoring five fifties in his 466 runs and taking 48 wickets with his intelligent medium-fast bowling. However, at the start of play on 22 July he would have been hard-pressed to expect anything other than a hard slog in the field when Sawbridgeworth won the toss and chose to bat on a flat looking pitch. Whilst he was personally in a rich vein of form with both bat and ball, unfortunate circumstances meant that his side could only field ten men, and in the second over of the game wicket-keeper Craig Gumsley suffered a knee injury that prevented him from continuing behind the stumps. When captain Greg Keene fumbled a straightforward slip catch, other bowlers might have accepted that it was going to be one of those days. Clarke simply walked back to his mark and prepared to demolish his opponents. Sawbridgeworth had reached 46 without loss when Cass Edwards was the first to go, snicking to first slip where Keene made up for his earlier miss by clinging on to a tough low chance. His opening partner Lee Freeman continued to look dangerous until, with the score on 71, he was outfoxed by Clarke’s change of pace, ballooning the ball to Andy Murphy at mid-off. The same over he was followed by Charlie Rudkin, who was out second ball, nicking an away swinger to Keene after being knocked off his feet by a vicious yorker Clarke followed this up by inducing Martin Pearson to feather a catch to stand-in keeper Rob Stevenson. The very next delivery, Samantha Simmonds was comprehensively bowled by an off cutter that came back a prodigious amount and Clarke had five wickets. The destruction did not abate, and both Peter Winder and Alex Syed were bowled in Clarke’s next over to leave Sawbridgeworth reeling at 78 for 7. The Purnell brothers. Lloyd and Rhys, attempted to dig Sawbridgeworth out of their hole with an aggressive counter-attack, and the score jumped into three figures. However, an inspired decision by Keene to switch Clarke to the other end ended their resistance. Both batsmen were bamboozled by his slower delivery and lobbed the ball into the covers to be caught by the injured Gumsley. This meant Sawbridgeworth’s final pair were at the crease and, despite the efforts of the wily Niall Johnson to snatch the last wicket, Clarke was not to be denied. The second ball of his 19th over had yet another cunningly disguised change of pace, and the batsman could only propel it gently to mid-off where it was bagged by the diving Murphy. Clarke sagged from his Herculean effort, whilst his team-mates went wild with celebration. His final analysis was a sensational 18.2 - 5 - 49 - 10. Following such a performance, most cricketers would have been more than satisfied with their contribution for the day, but Clarke was not finished. After the early dismissals of Keene and Gumsley, it appeared that a gritty display from Sid Anwar and a half-century from vicecaptain Stevenson had brought Met Police within sight of the winning post. However, two quick wickets gave Sawbridgeworth hope that the result hung in the balance once more. This hope evaporated as Clarke strode to the wicket to prove that he could be as destructive with the bat as he has already been with the ball. He battered an unbeaten 31 off just 24 deliveries to ensure a crushing victory. After the match, consummate team-man Clarke refused to accept all the plaudits saying, “It’s me that’s getting all the glory as a bowler, but a lot of the credit must go to my team-mates. Seven catches in a ten wicket haul shows I couldn’t have done it without them.” Rob Stevenson Met Police Bushey CC 140


Scorecard

Sawbridgeworth 4th XI R E Edwards c Keene b Clarke L S Freeman c Murphy b Clarke C Rudkin c Keene b Clarke P Winder b Clarke M Pearson c Stevenson b Clarke S Simmonds b Clarke A Syed b Clarke R J Purnell c Gumsley b Clarke L T Purnell c Gumsley b Clarke A Simmonds c Murphy b Clarke C Mann not out Extras Total (all out) Bowling Clarke Johnson Keene Brennan

13 34 5 2 4 0 0 26 13 3 0 39 139

O M R W 18.2 5 49 10 12 0 46 0 4 0 8 0 3 0 17 0

Met Police Bushey 2nd XI G Keene b Pearson C Gumsley c Freeman b Pearson R Stevenson c Syed b R Purnell S Anwar not out N Johnson b Pearson S Clarke not out Extras Total (4 wickets) Bowling O M R W L Purnell 6 0 24 0 M Pearson 10 1 53 3 C Mann 4 0 14 0 A Syed 5 0 24 0 R Purnell 4.5 0 16 1

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1 4 56 17 0 31 33 142


Batting record smashed twice in one day! Old Haberdashers v Ickleford, Division Four, 10 June 2006 The record for the highest individual score in Division Four had stood for almost four years with Craig Williams’ 171 having hardly been threatened since he set the mark for St Albans 2nd XI against Sandridge on 27th July 2002. This was until the afternoon of 10th June 2006 when in one of the more remarkable matches of the season, the record was broken twice in a matter of hours. The afternoon began with Ickleford captain Duncan Jenner opting to bowl first on a surface that looked less than inviting for batting. Despite appearances, it didn’t take long for him to realise the wicket was rather more placid than he had thought as Haberdashers’ opener Akash Christian quickly settled into his stride. He skilfully manoeuvred and guided the ball all round the ground, utilising a quick outfield to dissect the gaps, making it extremely difficult for the Ickleford bowlers to find any kind of rhythm. After cruising to his century, he opened his shoulders with an increasing array of well-executed shots, mainly on the ground, which had the Ickleford fielders chasing shadows. Christian hardly gave a chance as he reached 189 before he was stumped after dancing down the wicket to Daniel Watson. Upon this, the declaration came immediately with Old Haberdashers having piled up an imposing 294 for 4. Not only must he have felt he would record the top score of the day, the Indian player had appeared to have put his side into an impregnable position. And the odds on a Haberdashers’ victory shortened considerably after tea when their opening bowlers reduced Ickleford to 27 for 3. This brought in Australian all-rounder Brett Blaker to the wicket and he hadn’t read the script as his assault on the Haberdashers’ attack proved unrelenting. Scoring at more than a run a ball, a remarkable display of power hitting saw him split the field and clear the fence with stunning regularity as he forced the hosts to push more and more fielders back on the boundary. Blaker was given excellent support from Tom Reilly (27) and Watson (33) in two century partnerships that yielded 137 and 110 runs respectively. Remarkably, he surpassed Christian’s effort as he finished unbeaten on 192 as Ickleford reached their target of 295 in just 35.4 overs – at a rate of more than eight an over. His sensational innings rounded off an unbelievable win for Ickleford in a remarkable day’s cricket. Richard White

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Record-breaking day for Tewin seconds

Tewin 2nd XI v Knebworth Park 6th XI, Division Twelve, 17th June 2006 Tewin 2nd XI re-wrote the record books on 17 June as they recorded the highest team total for any division in the history of the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League. They piled up a mammoth 366-4 off 53 overs after winning the toss, with the major partnership coming from Andrew Emerton and Denis Hill, whose stand of 202 was a club record for the third wicket. Emerton’s innings of 166 came in his only appearance of the season while Hill was unbeaten on exactly 100. The pair also starred with the ball, taking all 10 wickets between them. Emerton also took three catches as he took 6-27 with Hill taking the other four. Tewin shattered the previous best score of 351-4 set by Millhillians against Potters Bar in Division One in 2001. Millhillians’ total was shunted down to third by the end of the season as it was also surpassed by Hoddesdon 2nd XI, who scored 359-4 in their Division Three match against Clarendon on 22nd July.

Tewin 2nd XI

The scorecard Knebworth Park 6th XI

A R L Emerton c b Game 166 Jenkins c Tyler b Hill 37 C Pool b Mantle 25 Martin b Emerton 42 A Pirbhai b Mantle 19 Champion c Large b Hill 14 D Hill not out 100 Hudson c & b Emerton 1 S Large b Mantle 9 Woods c Emerton b Hill 0 E Tyler not out 3 Lashmore lbw b Emerton 0 Extras 44 Mantle b Emerton 9 TOTAL for 4 (53 overs) 366 McGaghan c Stannard b Emerton 0 Jones not out 19 Game c & b Emerton 0 Large not out 7 Extras 13 TOTAL all out (38.1 overs) 142 Bowling: Mantle 14-1-74-3, Champion 8-1-70-0, Bowling: Stannard 6-1-8-0, White 4-0-35-0, Martin 4-0-37-0, Lashmore 4-0-39-0, Fish 4-0-250, Emerton 13-4-27-6, Large 7-0-35-0, McGaghan 4-0-25-0, Hill 11.1-1-37-4. Jones 6-0-30-0, Game 6-0-34-1. Toss: Tewin.

Result: Tewin won by 224 runs. Tewin 30 pts Knebworth Park 5 pts. Richard White 143


Reed’s day of records

Reed v Chorleywood, Division Two, Saturday 5 August 2006 James Heslam re-wrote the Reed Cricket Club record books after playing a scintillating innings of 203 not out to claim the highest individual score in the club’s 50-year history and guide his team to the victory which guarantees their Division Two safety. The big-hitting opener’s score was the joint third highest individual score in the history of the league. He contributed a staggering 73 per cent of his team’s imposing total of 277-1, their highest of the season. Despite being only 23, Heslam is a Reed stalwart after playing his first game for the club’s under-11 side aged seven in 1990. He represented youth and colts teams before progressing to his current position as first team vice-captain. His record score passed his previous best of 135, recorded during Reed’s successful village cup earlier this season.

James Heslam

He said: “It was a really proud moment to achieve the record score representing the club I’ve played for all my life. “At the start of the innings I didn’t feel in good touch, but once I reached 50 things just started to flow and I continued to play my shots and bat positively. It was just one of those days when everything came off.” Heslam sensibly saw off a testing opening spell with the help of Will Clarke (10), providing the platform to open his shoulders and accelerate the run-rate. Clarke’s dismissal did nothing to curb Heslam’s aggressive intent as he continued to strike the bowling to all parts of Reed’s village green. Chris Jackson (38 not out) assisted his rampant vice-captain with a series of singles to allow Heslam to dominate the strike and assault the bowling further. After a cautious start, his runs came at a bewildering pace, including two sixes and 30 fours, with the numerous fielders placed on the boundary unable to do anything to limit the carnage as Heslam went on to celebrate the first ever double century by a Reed batsman. In reply, Chorleywood’s innings was immediately in disarray as Andrew Young (3-29) produced a probing spell of pace bowling to keep his team firmly in the ascendancy. Admirably, the visitors continued to chase their daunting target, but Michael Berks (3-64) and Chris Jackson (2-31) put pressure on the visitors – aided by some excellent catching – who eventually folded for 235. Jubilant captain Simon Jackson said: “We were not only delighted with 30 points after a tough couple of weeks, but also delighted for James after watching an innings of pure class. “It will surely be a Reed record that will stand for a long time, which James deserves through his ability and what he has put into the club this season.” (Reproduced with the kind permission of the Hertfordshire Mercury) 144


Hertfordshire Association of Cricket Groundsmen (constituent member of Hertfordshire County Cricket Association)

Two years ago the ECB decided to give more help and consideration to the work of Cricket Groundsmen in the forty counties throughout England and Wales and asked all County Boards to establish Associations for Groundsmen. To date over thirty Associations have been set up by the individual counties and the Hertfordshire Association was established in October 2004. It is hoped that all the HCCA Affiliated Clubs, especially Saracens League Clubs, will become Members of the Hertfordshire Association of Cricket Groundsmen and the annual fee for this is £35.00. As a further incentive to Groundsmen, the ECB in conjunction with Channel 4, are making available a Trailer with thirteen items of equipment, free of charge, to each of the County Boards and therefore this Trailer will be available to member clubs for use on their ground. The Trailer will have to be transported from its base in Borehamwood the address is, Crossoaks Farm. Crossoaks Lane, Well End, Borehamwood, Herts WD6 5PH. The contact is Mr Rob Kendle. The trailer system assists in all areas of cricket square preparation and renovation pre- or postseason. It includes: D J Rake & Brush ;Groundsman 345HD Aerator; D J Scarifier & Linear Aerator; Top Dresser; Sarel Roller; True Lute - Flip-over type; 36" Dragmat; Dew Switch; Static Seed Slotter; Impact 2 Shell Soil Sampler; Two Skipper Bags; First Aid Kit; Petrol Can. For membership enquiries and booking information, contact Ann McQueen on 01462 835099 or email hcca@btinternet.com There will be a hire charge for transportation of the Trailer with equipment to the individual clubs and a hire charge for the use of the Trailer, Flat rate for delivery and collection

£50.00

One day hire

Separate use of spiker

£60.00

Weekend hire £150.00

£100.00

The officers of the new Association are:.. President: Chairman: Secretary: Treasurer:

Chris Wood Robin Nicholls Derek Dredge Jerry Dovey

Bushey Cricket Club Potters Bar Cricket Club Letchworth Cricket Club

The work of the Association will be to establish workshop and seminars throughout the year and examine the possibility of bulk buying of materials- ie fertiliser, seed and loam in order to reduce purchase costs for groundsmen. The ECB has also decided to encourage counties to appoint their own Pitch Adviser who would be available to all member clubs. schools and Local Authorities to give advice and monitor the quality of cricket grounds throughout the county. The County has therefore appointed Andy Clarke, who is the Senior Groundsman at Shenley Cricket Centre. If any Club wishes to seek his advice and help on difficulties they are experiencing with their own grounds, they need to contact Ann McQueen on 01462 835099 or hcca@btinternet.com to agree dates. There will be a fee to be paid by the Club for the Pitch Adviser's Report. Derek Dredge

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History of the League 1968 Herts Competition formed with one division of 1st XI sides, Group One. 1969 Group Two formed as a second division. 1970 2nd XI division added to Group One 1974 Hertfordshire League formed. 1979 2nd XI division added to Herts Competition Group Two 1985 Hertfordshire Competition grows to three divisions with 34 clubs. Hertfordshire League grows to 18 clubs. 1986 Furnell Transport sponsor the new League Knockout Trophy 1991 3rd XI league for Hertfordshire Competition. 1994 The Hertfordshire Cricket League formed with 75 clubs competing. Four divisions at 1st and 2nd XI, plus two 3rd XI leagues. 1995 Premier Division increased to 20 clubs. 1996 Divisions Four, Five East and Five West created to replace 3rd XI Competition, increasing the membership of the League to 202 sides from 87 clubs. Fundamental changes in the match rules, introducing a 100 over game. 1997 Two clubs relegated from the Premier Division. A feeder division, Division Four, created to provide opportunity for new clubs become full members of the League. Divisions Five, Six and Seven replace existing Divisions Four, Five East and West. 1998 Divisions One, Two and Three increased to 20 clubs. Overall membership consisting of 228 sides in 95 clubs. Knockout cup sponsored by Becker Transport. 1999 Premier Division split into two divisions of 10 with matches played on a home and away basis. Web Site created containing information about the League and results. 2000 Sponsorship agreement initiated with Saracens RFC. Vertical structure of 14 divisions formed from 100 clubs. Premier Division presents a feeder league for the Home Counties Premier League, playing a 110 over game. Finalists in the CCC Inter-League Knockout. 2001 League increased to 246 sides from 103 clubs across 14 divisions. Web site received 500,000 hits in 12 months. Becker Transport Cup increased to 64 clubs. 2002 Premier Division creates a closer affinity with the Home Counties Premier League to become Division 2 East. Web site tops 1 million hits in 12 months. 2003 Creation of Junior Development League with 22 clubs competing in four regional divisions. Reporting of facilities and umpires marking all carried out online. Saracens RFC agree to extend their original three year sponsorship of the League 2004 The Junior Development League increased to 30 clubs The web site attracts over 2 million hits during the 2003 season. 2005 League adopts new Child Welfare policies and all clubs appoint welfare officers The web site continues to grow, with over 3 million hits a year. 2006 Saracens continue with their sponsorship for a sixth year. Final year of Becker Transport sponsorship of County knockout cup 2007 Division 14 created to help accomodate 16 new teams. New Website launched. 146


Grant Aid The information gives contact details on the relevant Agencies to which clubs can apply for grant aid. National Lottery (Capital Projects over £5k) The English Sports Council Application Pack for a lottery grant is only available through Lottery Line: 0345 649649. Foundation for Sport and the Arts (For projects under £5k) Application Forms from, and returnable to The Foundation for Sports and the Arts, PO Box 20, Liverpool L13 1HB. Tel 0151 259 5505. The Lord’s Taverners Application Forms are available from, and returnable to, Derek Dredge, County Secretary, 38 Santers Lane, Potters Bar, EN6 2BX, 01707 658377. Applications for cricket equipment, nonturf pitches, nets and repair work to square. Local Authorities (including County, City, District and Parish Councils) Charitable Trusts Sports Aid Foundation Charitable Trust, 16 Upper Woburn Place, London, WC1H 0QN (020 7387 9380) Regional Sports Councils Crescent House, 19 The Crescent, Bedford, MK40 2QP 01234 345 222 The Sport England Liaison Officer T.Miller will hold information on the new Awards For All Initiative.‑ This is where Clubs can access up to £5k to fund Club projects, such as, a new non turf pitch.‑ National Playing Fields Association Further information may be obtained from NPFA or to the relevant County Playing Fields Association The Prince’s Trust Applications, in the first instance, should be addressed to The Prince’s Trust. 0800 842 84 ISS - Sportsmatch 4th Floor, Warwick House, 25-27 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 0PP

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Facilities Marking 2006 Division One Pitch O/Fld Scrns Bdry S/Bx Ave Berkhamsted 7.38 6.75 6.25 7.13 7.38 6.98 Harpenden 7.14 8.00 6.14 7.00 8.43 7.34 Hitchin 6.29 6.14 6.00 7.00 7.14 6.51 Langleybury 7.17 6.67 6.17 6.67 7.00 6.73 Letchworth 7.14 7.43 7.00 7.00 6.57 7.03 Luton Town & Indians 6.00 7.71 8.71 7.86 8.29 7.71 Millhillians 6.00 6.33 8.11 7.00 7.11 6.91 Northwood 5.13 5.50 7.50 7.38 7.63 6.63 St Albans 6.00 6.29 7.29 7.14 8.29 7.00 St Margaretsbury 7.25 6.75 7.75 7.25 6.88 7.18 Divisional Averages 6.55 6.76 7.09 7.14 7.47 7.00 Division Two Pitch O/Fld Scrns Bdry S/Bx Ave Abbots Langley 7.13 6.75 6.25 6.25 6.63 6.60 Ampthill Town 6.00 7.25 7.75 7.75 8.13 7.38 Bishops Stortford 7.67 8.00 8.00 7.89 8.67 8.04 Broxbourne 6.25 7.25 7.25 6.88 7.50 7.03 Chorleywood 6.44 6.89 6.67 6.89 6.67 6.71 Dunstable 7.60 9.10 8.80 9.10 8.80 8.68 Flitwick 7.29 8.29 7.71 7.86 7.57 7.74 Hemel Hempstead II 6.88 6.88 6.88 6.50 7.25 6.88 Kings Langley 7.25 6.25 6.00 6.50 7.63 6.73 Knebworth Park II 5.67 6.67 6.50 6.00 8.00 6.57 Leverstock Green 6.57 6.43 7.00 6.43 7.43 6.77 Northchurch 7.67 7.50 7.83 7.67 6.67 7.47 Northwood Town 4.80 5.20 7.20 6.80 6.00 6.00 Old Albanian 7.13 7.38 7.75 7.50 7.75 7.50 Old Finchleians 6.43 5.29 6.43 6.71 5.86 6.14 Potters Bar II 7.38 7.25 7.13 7.00 7.75 7.30 Preston 6.22 6.89 6.00 7.33 7.67 6.82 Reed 7.22 6.22 6.22 6.44 7.00 6.62 Watford Town 6.18 6.55 7.18 6.55 7.00 6.69 Welwyn Garden City II 7.00 6.56 6.44 7.00 6.78 6.76 Divisional Averages 6.74 6.93 7.05 7.05 7.34 7.02 Division Three Pitch O/Fld Scrns Bdry S/Bx Ave Botany Bay 7.29 7.57 7.00 7.14 7.57 7.31 Clarendon 6.25 7.00 7.38 6.63 6.63 6.78 Cockfosters 5.70 7.40 8.30 7.80 8.40 7.52 Datchworth 7.63 7.25 6.13 6.63 7.88 7.10 Dunstable II 7.22 8.67 8.67 8.78 8.33 8.33 Eversholt 7.00 7.17 8.00 6.83 8.50 7.50 Harpenden II 8.00 8.00 6.33 7.17 8.83 7.67 Hatfield 6.44 5.78 6.22 7.00 6.11 6.31 Hertford II 8.50 8.38 8.38 8.25 7.75 8.25 Hoddesdon II 7.29 7.43 7.43 6.71 7.00 7.17 Letchworth II 7.43 7.00 7.00 7.57 6.43 7.09 Radlett II 7.90 8.20 8.30 8.10 8.20 8.14 Sawbridgeworth II 7.75 7.25 7.38 7.25 8.13 7.55 Southgate Adelaide 6.88 6.50 6.75 7.00 5.88 6.60 St Albans II 6.71 7.00 7.57 6.86 8.29 7.29 Stevenage II 6.75 7.25 6.75 5.75 5.50 6.40 Totteridge 5.40 6.80 6.10 6.20 6.60 6.22 Waltham X Rosedale 6.83 6.33 6.67 6.83 7.17 6.77 Wheathampstead 6.57 6.14 6.57 7.14 7.43 6.77 Wormley 6.14 6.57 7.00 6.86 7.43 6.80 Divisional Averages 6.98 7.18 7.20 7.12 7.40 7.18

Division Four Pitch O/Fld Scrns Bdry S/Bx Ave Ampthill Town II 6.43 7.14 8.29 7.86 8.57 7.66 Bayford & Hertford 7.50 7.13 6.88 7.50 7.13 7.23 Bishops Stortford II 8.38 8.50 8.13 8.38 9.13 8.50 Bushey 5.25 5.88 6.13 6.38 6.75 6.08 Cheshunt 7.20 6.70 6.50 6.90 4.80 6.42 Chipperfield 7.56 6.89 6.89 6.78 7.56 7.13 Clifton 6.88 6.88 6.63 6.75 6.13 6.65 County Hall 6.67 6.44 6.67 6.56 6.33 6.53 Ickleford 6.67 7.00 6.50 6.67 6.50 6.67 Langleybury II 7.14 6.86 7.00 6.57 7.57 7.03 London Colney 7.10 6.40 7.60 7.00 8.50 7.32 North Enfield 5.86 5.71 6.00 6.14 6.57 6.06 North Mymms II 7.50 7.17 7.17 6.33 8.50 7.33 Northwood II 6.22 6.67 7.22 7.44 7.33 6.98 Old Elizabethans 5.82 5.91 6.36 7.00 7.09 6.44 Old Haberdashers 5.13 5.13 6.25 5.50 4.75 5.35 Potton Town 6.56 6.22 7.00 6.00 6.89 6.53 Redbourn 6.50 7.13 6.50 6.38 6.50 6.60 Rickmansworth 4.75 5.50 6.63 6.38 6.25 5.90 Shenley Village 7.33 7.00 6.56 6.56 6.00 6.69 Divisional Averages 6.62 6.61 6.84 6.75 6.94 6.75 Division Five Pitch O/Fld Scrns Bdry S/Bx Ave Baldock 6.13 6.00 6.25 6.88 6.63 6.38 Cavendish 5.63 5.75 6.13 5.75 5.75 5.80 Chorleywood II 6.89 7.11 7.11 6.67 7.11 6.98 Cottered 4.67 7.00 6.67 7.00 6.00 6.27 Harpenden III 6.43 6.71 5.71 6.29 6.14 6.26 Hatch End 4.38 5.50 3.38 6.13 5.50 4.98 Hatfield Hyde 4.00 6.50 6.50 6.75 6.00 5.95 Hemel Hempstead III 7.00 7.00 6.43 6.86 6.00 6.66 Hertingfordbury 7.22 6.89 7.11 6.89 6.00 6.82 Holtwhites Trinibis 7.56 7.33 7.11 7.11 8.00 7.42 Knebworth Park III 5.86 7.29 6.43 7.00 6.57 6.63 Luton Town & Indians II 7.75 8.25 7.63 7.50 8.25 7.88 Millhillians II 6.50 6.50 7.67 7.17 7.00 6.97 Northampton Exiles 6.86 6.57 6.86 7.00 7.29 6.91 Old Owens 6.80 6.40 7.00 7.60 8.60 7.28 Radlett III 7.13 7.63 6.75 7.25 6.75 7.10 Sandridge 4.57 5.43 6.43 5.57 5.86 5.57 St Albans West Indian 7.57 7.57 6.00 6.86 6.57 6.91 St Margaretsbury II 7.33 6.78 7.00 7.56 7.00 7.13 West Herts II 7.00 7.50 8.13 7.75 8.13 7.70 Divisional Averages 6.36 6.79 6.61 6.88 6.76 6.68 Division Six Pitch O/Fld Scrns Bdry S/Bx Ave Abbots Langley II 7.00 7.38 7.63 7.00 7.38 7.28 Boxmoor 7.00 7.13 6.75 6.13 7.13 6.83 Cockfosters II 5.71 6.43 6.86 6.14 7.43 6.51 Hertford III 6.70 6.60 4.10 6.20 5.30 5.78 Hexton 5.60 6.40 6.00 6.40 6.60 6.20 Hitchin II 7.57 7.71 7.14 8.29 8.14 7.77 Kings Langley II 7.14 7.14 7.29 6.57 8.14 7.26 Letchworth III 7.22 6.78 6.78 7.22 6.44 6.89 Leverstock Green II 6.88 7.00 7.13 6.75 8.25 7.20 Little B. Sahibs 6.88 7.00 6.88 6.75 5.63 6.63 Old Albanian II 7.33 7.67 8.11 8.11 8.89 8.02 Old Camdenians 7.00 7.18 6.91 6.82 6.82 6.95 Parkfield & Headstone 3.29 4.86 7.00 6.29 5.14 5.31 Potters Bar III 7.14 7.57 8.00 7.86 7.14 7.54 Preston II 6.00 6.67 6.33 7.33 8.17 6.90 Radlett IV 8.14 8.00 7.29 7.43 7.00 7.57 Southgate Compton 6.20 6.40 6.70 6.30 7.20 6.56 Totteridge II 5.40 6.80 6.60 6.00 6.60 6.28 UCA 7.33 8.00 7.67 7.67 6.33 7.40 Watton-at-Stone 7.57 7.43 7.14 7.14 6.00 7.06 Divisional Averages 6.66 7.01 6.91 6.92 6.99 6.90

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Division Seven Pitch O/Fld Scrns Bdry S/Bx Ave Berkhamsted II 7.17 7.33 6.50 7.50 6.33 6.97 Broxbourne II 7.70 7.70 7.80 7.60 9.00 7.96 Elstree 6.17 6.00 6.67 6.50 6.33 6.33 Eversholt II 7.29 7.57 8.43 7.00 8.57 7.77 Flitwick II 7.70 8.00 8.10 8.50 8.50 8.16 Graveley 6.00 6.10 1.20 6.20 6.30 5.16 Hatfield Crusaders 6.33 5.33 5.33 6.17 5.83 5.80 Hoddesdon III 7.38 7.63 7.38 7.00 6.00 7.08 Holtwhites Trinibis II 7.57 6.86 7.14 7.14 7.86 7.31 North Enfield II 7.10 6.60 6.90 6.80 7.30 6.94 Northchurch II 7.60 7.60 8.10 7.70 7.10 7.62 Old Cholmeleians 5.25 5.50 6.50 7.00 5.75 6.00 Old Finchleians II 7.20 6.60 7.40 6.80 6.60 6.92 Reed II 7.86 7.14 6.86 7.29 7.14 7.26 Southgate Adelaide II 7.14 7.14 7.00 7.29 6.71 7.06 St Albans III 4.50 4.63 4.88 6.13 5.63 5.15 Tewin 6.73 6.45 6.27 6.45 6.27 6.44 Ware 5.67 6.50 7.00 5.67 6.17 6.20 Watford Town II 6.29 6.71 7.43 6.86 7.29 6.91 Welwyn Garden City III 7.63 7.13 1.75 6.75 6.00 5.85 Divisional Averages 6.81 6.73 6.43 6.92 6.83 6.74 Division Eight Pitch O/Fld Scrns Bdry S/Bx Ave Botany Bay II 6.63 6.63 5.75 6.38 7.38 6.55 Chipperfield II 8.00 7.33 7.00 6.83 7.50 7.33 Clarendon II 7.00 7.17 8.33 7.00 7.50 7.40 County Hall II 6.71 6.43 6.43 6.29 6.57 6.49 Dunstable III 7.89 8.33 7.89 8.33 6.89 7.87 Flamstead 5.89 5.67 8.22 8.11 6.67 6.91 Hatfield II 5.67 6.67 6.67 7.67 6.83 6.70 Hemel Hempstead IV 7.00 6.88 2.38 6.88 5.88 5.80 Knebworth Park IV 5.43 6.86 5.57 6.57 5.71 6.03 Langleybury III 6.00 6.00 6.63 6.50 7.00 6.43 London Colney II 7.40 7.00 7.60 7.00 8.40 7.48 Met Police Bushey 6.27 6.55 6.73 8.18 6.55 6.85 Monken Hadley 6.00 5.63 1.00 5.38 4.75 4.55 Northwood Town II 5.56 5.56 7.56 7.67 7.44 6.76 Redbourn II 6.75 6.63 6.88 5.63 6.75 6.53 Rickmansworth II 4.80 5.80 6.40 5.80 6.20 5.80 Weston 4.00 6.20 4.20 5.80 5.80 5.20 Wheathampstead II 6.71 6.57 6.71 7.00 7.00 6.80 Wormley II 6.67 6.78 7.00 6.33 7.22 6.80 Divisional Averages 6.34 6.56 6.26 6.81 6.74 6.54 Division Nine Pitch O/Fld Scrns Bdry S/Bx Ave Allenburys 7.78 7.22 7.22 7.11 7.67 7.40 Bayford & Hertford II 7.57 7.00 7.00 7.43 7.14 7.23 Bentley Heath 6.50 6.13 5.13 6.50 6.38 6.13 Bushey II 6.25 6.38 6.38 6.38 7.13 6.50 Cheshunt II 7.86 7.57 6.86 7.29 4.86 6.89 Datchworth II 6.38 6.50 5.75 6.75 7.38 6.55 Greenwood Park 7.13 6.88 6.25 6.38 6.13 6.55 Harpenden IV 6.38 6.38 6.25 5.50 6.13 6.13 Hatch End II 5.43 6.00 5.29 6.57 6.29 5.91 Ickleford Cricketers 4.33 5.33 2.00 6.50 5.50 4.73 North Mymms III 6.25 6.00 5.88 6.88 6.75 6.35 Old Camdenians II 6.29 6.14 6.14 6.57 6.57 6.34 Old Haberdashers II 5.88 6.13 6.75 6.75 6.63 6.43 Old Owens II 6.44 6.11 7.00 7.67 9.00 7.24 Potton Town II 6.43 6.14 7.57 7.00 8.29 7.09 Sandridge II 5.00 6.11 6.44 6.33 5.78 5.93 Sawbridgeworth III 7.00 7.20 1.60 7.00 6.20 5.80 Shenley Village II 6.29 6.29 5.86 6.29 5.57 6.06 Stevenage III 4.83 5.00 1.00 6.17 4.83 4.37 Waltham X Rosedale II 7.10 6.50 6.40 6.60 6.50 6.62 Divisional Averages 6.35 6.35 5.64 6.68 6.53 6.31 Division Ten Pitch O/Fld Scrns Bdry S/Bx Ave Abbots Langley III 6.63 6.50 6.25 7.00 6.75 6.63 Baldock II 6.67 6.89 6.89 6.78 7.11 6.87 Boxmoor II 7.86 7.00 2.14 7.14 7.71 6.37 Bragbury 5.75 5.88 4.25 6.75 5.75 5.68 Chorleywood III 6.38 7.25 2.50 6.13 5.13 5.48 Clifton II 7.14 7.00 7.14 7.57 7.00 7.17 Cockfosters III 7.33 6.78 7.00 7.11 7.89 7.22

Division Ten (cont.) Pitch O/Fld Scrns Bdry S/Bx Ave Dunstable IV 6.86 8.14 7.57 7.86 7.00 7.49 Elstree II 6.18 5.91 6.45 6.09 6.82 6.29 Harpenden Dolphins 5.36 6.64 1.09 6.64 6.45 5.24 Hatfield Hyde II 4.29 6.86 6.43 6.29 5.71 5.91 Ickleford II 7.60 7.40 7.20 7.20 7.40 7.36 Knebworth Park V 5.13 6.38 0.75 6.50 5.38 4.83 Letchworth IV 7.50 7.00 7.17 8.17 6.33 7.23 Luton Town & Indians III 5.78 5.78 2.78 6.22 6.22 5.36 Northwood III 7.10 7.30 1.30 7.10 6.50 5.86 Old Cholmeleians II 7.14 6.29 7.14 6.86 6.86 6.86 Old Elizabethans II 7.43 7.29 7.14 7.43 7.71 7.40 Parkfield & Headstone II 3.71 5.86 6.43 6.29 6.29 5.71 St Albans IV 3.67 2.83 0.83 4.83 5.33 3.50 Divisional Averages 6.27 6.55 4.92 6.80 6.57 6.22 Division Eleven Pitch O/Fld Scrns Bdry S/Bx Ave Broxbourne III 7.67 7.33 6.78 6.22 7.22 7.04 Frogmore 6.86 6.00 1.86 6.71 7.00 5.69 Hertford IV 4.50 6.50 3.50 6.00 6.50 5.40 Hertingfordbury II 7.17 7.33 7.17 7.17 6.83 7.13 Hexton II 6.00 5.50 6.00 5.75 6.50 5.95 Kings Langley III 6.80 6.20 1.20 6.00 8.00 5.64 Leverstock Green III 7.14 6.86 6.86 6.86 7.29 7.00 Met Police Bushey II 7.38 7.25 7.50 8.13 7.63 7.58 Northampton Exiles II 6.56 6.33 7.11 7.00 6.67 6.73 Offley & Stopsley 6.10 6.40 4.10 6.90 6.00 5.90 Old Albanian III 7.33 6.67 6.11 6.56 7.00 6.73 Potters Bar IV 7.00 7.33 7.00 7.17 7.50 7.20 Rickmansworth III 5.70 6.30 3.40 6.30 5.30 5.40 Sawbridgeworth IV 5.86 6.57 1.71 6.71 6.57 5.49 Shenley Village III 5.67 6.67 2.78 6.67 4.11 5.18 Southgate Adelaide III 5.67 6.56 5.89 6.22 6.56 6.18 Southgate Compton II 5.83 6.00 7.00 6.17 7.67 6.53 St Margaretsbury III 7.13 6.88 6.13 6.63 6.38 6.63 Welwyn Garden City IV 7.86 7.29 0.00 6.29 6.29 5.54 West Herts III 7.00 6.00 7.00 5.89 6.00 6.38 Divisional Averages 6.56 6.60 4.95 6.57 6.65 6.27 Division Twelve Pitch O/Fld Scrns Bdry S/Bx Ave Botany Bay III 6.67 6.67 6.33 6.67 5.50 6.37 Datchworth III 5.78 5.78 1.22 6.00 5.89 4.93 Flamstead II 6.60 6.20 6.60 6.40 6.20 6.40 Hemel Hempstead V 6.57 5.86 1.71 6.14 6.29 5.31 Knebworth Park VI 4.25 6.00 1.50 6.00 4.75 4.50 Met Police Bushey III 6.86 6.86 7.29 6.71 7.43 7.03 Monken Hadley II 6.50 5.75 1.50 5.75 6.00 5.10 North Mymms IV 6.80 6.80 7.00 6.80 6.40 6.76 Old Camdenians III 5.83 6.33 1.00 6.33 6.33 5.17 Old Owens III 6.40 5.40 6.20 6.40 6.40 6.16 Radlett V 5.67 5.83 6.17 6.00 4.50 5.63 Stevenage IV 5.33 5.67 2.00 6.33 5.33 4.93 Tewin II 7.43 6.57 5.57 6.29 6.29 6.43 Waltham X Rosedale III 4.75 4.88 1.50 6.63 6.00 4.75 Ware II 6.71 7.14 7.00 6.14 6.43 6.69 Watton-at-Stone II 6.67 6.67 6.50 6.33 7.00 6.63 Wormley III 6.50 6.67 6.33 6.50 5.83 6.37 Divisional Averages 6.20 6.18 4.44 6.32 6.03 5.83 Division Thirteen Pitch O/Fld Scrns Bdry S/Bx Ave Bentley Heath II 6.43 6.00 4.57 6.57 7.14 6.14 Chiltern 06 4.50 7.50 3.00 7.50 7.50 6.00 Cockfosters IV 7.00 7.00 6.00 7.00 10.00 7.40 Hatfield Crusaders II 6.25 6.25 2.25 6.75 6.00 5.50 Hatfield III 6.40 7.00 1.60 6.60 6.40 5.60 Hoddesdon IV 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 Letchworth V 6.67 6.00 0.00 5.67 6.00 4.87 Luton Town & Indians IV 5.67 6.67 0.00 4.00 6.00 4.47 North Enfield III 6.80 7.20 6.20 7.00 6.60 6.76 Northampton Exiles III 6.33 6.00 6.00 6.17 6.67 6.23 Potters Bar V 6.33 7.00 5.17 6.00 7.33 6.37 Reed III 6.67 6.33 2.00 7.67 6.00 5.73 Sawbridgeworth V 8.00 8.00 3.00 8.00 7.00 6.80 Divisional Averages 6.39 6.69 3.52 6.53 6.82 5.99

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Hertfordshire Cricket League Records Winner Runner-up Premier 2000 Hoddesdon Hertford 2001 Hertford West Herts One 2000 Welwyn Garden City Hitchin 2001 Chorleywood Potters Bar 2002 St Margaretsbury Millhillians 2003 Sawbridgeworth North Mymms 2004 Knebworth Park Langleybury 2005 Hoddesdon Hertford 2006 Millhillians Harpenden Two 2000 Knebworth Park Old Albanian 2001 Harpenden St Margaretsbury 2002 Abbots Langley Radlett II 2003 Leverstock Green Preston 2004 Harpenden Northchurch 2005 Berkhamsted Northwood 2006 Dunstable Bishop's Stortford Three 2000 Eversholt Hatfield 2001 UCA Hemel Hempstead II 2002 Northchurch Wormley 2003 Reed St Albans II 2004 Knebworth Park II Welwyn Garden City II 2005 Potters Bar II Hemel Hempstead 2006 Radlett II Cockfosters Four 2000 Dunstable II Northampton Exiles 2001 Northchurch Botany Bay 2002 Reed Harpenden II 2003 Stevenage II Potters Bar II 2004 Totteridge Clarendon 2005 Hatfield Waltham Cross Rosedale 2006 Bishop's Stortford II Rickmansworth Five 2000 Harpenden II Northchurch 2001 Potters Bar II Potton Town 2002 Waltham X Rosedale North Enfield 2003 Cheshunt Datchworth 2004 North Mymms II Baldock 2005 Rickmansworth Shenley Village 2006 Northampton Exiles West Herts II Six 2000 Clifton Potton Town 2001 Hexton Waltham Cross Rosedale 2002 Hemel Hempstead 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 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

Winner Runner-up 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 Nine 2000 Old Haberdashers II Flitwick II 2001 Potters Bar III Cavendish 2002 St Albans West Indian Monken Hadley 2003 Northchurch II Stevenage III 2004 Rising Stars Weston 2005 Met Police Bushey Langleybury III 2006 Waltham X Rosedale II Shenley Village II Ten 2000 St Thomas Sawbridgeworth III 2001 St Albans West Indian Knebworth Park IV 2002 Shenley Village II Sawbridgeworth III 2003 Weston Rising Stars 2004 Langleybury III Cheshunt II 2005 Bushey II Ickleford Cricketers 2006 Bragbury Old Cholmeleians Eleven 2000 Hemel Hempstead 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 Twelve 2000 Two Woods Cheshunt II 2001 Knebworth Park V Wormley III 2002 St Albans IV Harpenden IV 2003 Radlett V Hertingfordbury II 2004 Southgate Adelaide III Leverstock Green III 2005 Met Police Bushey II Old Albanian III 2006 Radlett V Waltham X Rosedale III Thirteen 2000 Baldock II Wormley III 2001 Hemel Hempstead 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

John Barker Cup: 1998 Cockfosters 1999 Harpenden 2000 Harpenden 2001 Harpenden 2002 Harpenden 2003 Chipperfield 2004 Dunstable II 2005 Eversholt 2006 Northwood Town 150


Hertfordshire Cricket League Records First XI

Second XI

Division Premier Premier A Premier B

Winner 1994 St Albans 1995 Radlett 1996 Radlett 1997 Radlett 1998 Langleybury 1999 Hemel Hempstead 1999 West Herts

Runner-up Welwyn Garden City Hoddesdon St Albans Watford Town Hoddesdon Radlett Barnet

Winner St Albans Welwyn Garden City Luton Town Radlett St Albans Hoddesdon Hertford

Runner-up Radlett Radlett Stevenage Bishop’s Stortford Hoddesdon Radlett Luton Town

One

1994 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

Two

1994 Harpenden 1995 Cottered 1996 Rickmansworth 1997 Old Camdenians 1998 Northwood 1999 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

Three

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

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

3rd XI “A” 1994 Welwyn Garden City 1995 Welwyn Garden City 3rd XI “B” 1994 Little Gaddesden 1995 Potters Bar Four 1996 Hitchin 1997 County Hall 1998 Brimsdown 1999 Clifton

Watford Town Hertford Knebworth Park Langleybury St Albans Clarendon Potton Town Cheshunt

County Hall Clarendon Stevenage

Brimsdown Potton Town Letchworth

Five East Five West

Brimsdown Shenley Village

Preston Rickmansworth Reed Braughing Sandridge Holtwhites Trinibis

1996 County Hall 1996 Dunstable

Five 1997 Hemel Hempstead Hitchin 1998 North Mymms Cheshunt 1999 Hertingfordbury Tewin Six 1997 Langleybury Tesco Sahibs 1998 Old Centralians Harpenden 1999 Hoddesdon Greenwood Park Seven 1997 Cavendish Abbots Langley 1998 Ibis Kings Langley 1999 St Thomas Rickmansworth

The Presidents Trophy: 1994 Potters Bar 1995 St Albans 1996 Knebworth Park 1997 Radlett 1998 Chorleywood 1999 Hoddesdon 2000 Hertford

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

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Potters Bar Shenley Village Reed Knebworth Park Met Police Bushey Bishop's Stortford


Herts League Winners

First XI Winner Runner-up 1974 Berkhamsted Bishop’s Stortford 1975 Hertford Sawbridgeworth 1976 Hertford Hitchin 1977 Hertford Hemel Hempstead 1978 Hertford Bishop’s Stortford 1979 Hertford Watford Town 1980 Watford Town Stevenage 1981 Bishop’s Stortford Welwyn Garden City 1982 Watford Town Luton Town 1983 Cheshunt St Albans 1984 Sawbridgeworth Watford Town 1985 Luton Town St Albans 1986 Bishop’s Stortford Sawbridgeworth 1987 Bishop’s Stortford Cheshunt 1988 Bishop’s Stortford St Albans 1989 Radlett St Albans 1990 North Mymms Bishop’s Stortford 1991 Radlett Letchworth 1992 North Mymms Cheshunt 1993 Luton Town St Albans

Second XI Winner Runner-up Bishop’s Stortford St Albans Sawbridgeworth St Albans Radlett St Albans Bishop’s Stortford St Albans Hemel Hempstead Bishop’s Stortford Bishop’s Stortford St Albans Watford Town Tring Park Bishop’s Stortford Sawbridgeworth Stevenage Hemel Hempstead Hemel Hempstead Watford Town Hertford Hemel Hempstead Watford Town Welwyn Garden City Hertford Bishop’s Stortford Bishop’s Stortford Stevenage Hemel Hempstead Bishop’s Stortford Bishop’s Stortford Letchworth Hemel Hempstead Luton Town Welwyn Garden City Bishop’s Stortford Bishop’s Stortford North Mymms St Albans Radlett

The Presidents Trophy 1987‑‑‑ Bishops Stortford 1991‑‑‑ Welwyn Garden City

1989‑‑‑ Radlett 1993‑‑‑ North Mymms

1988‑‑‑ Bishops Stortford 1992‑‑‑ North Mymms

1990‑‑‑ Cheshunt

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Hertfordshire Competition

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 Winner Runner-up 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 Winner Runner-up 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

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

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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 beat Sawbridgeworth by 57 runs.

Hemel Hempstead 183-9 (45 overs) *Sawbridgeworth 126 (36.4 overs) Man Of The Match: Nick Wright.

1987 Hemel Hempstead beat Totteridge by 37 runs. *Hemel Hempstead 166-7 (45 overs) Totteridge 129 (38.4 overs) Man Of The Match: Nigel Wilkins.

*Hemel Hempstead 104 Bishop's Stortford 88 Man Of The Match: Tim Smith.

(44.1 overs) (41.2 overs)

*Bishop’s Stortford 169-8 (45 overs) Cheshunt 161 (43.2 overs) Man Of The Match: Charlie Bannister.

*Cheshunt 175-8 (45 overs) Welwyn Garden City 179-3 (37.1 overs) Man Of The Match: Martin James.

North Mymms 162-6 (45 overs) Watford 165-5 (36.5 overs) Man Of The Match: Gary Black.

*Hemel Hempstead 52 (36.1 overs) Old Millhillians 54-1 (8.1 overs) Man Of The Match: Ben Hartman.

Luton Town 180 (44.5 overs) *Watford 184-4 (43.2 overs) Man Of The Match: Andy Needham.

*St Albans 153-8 (45 overs) Radlett 154-3 (44.3 overs) Man Of The Match: David Suter.

(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 (44.5 overs) *Welwyn Garden City 228-3 (37.1 overs) Man Of The Match: Stuart Page.

Welwyn Garden City 225-9 (45 overs) Hertford 152 (39.3 overs) Man Of The Match: Stuart Page.

*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

1997 Radlett beat Bishop’s Stortford by 172 runs.

(Friday 18 August)

N Siddique 50, S Syed 35, T Shukla 35, J P McGill 9-2-31-3, M J Walshe 9-0-42-3 S J Page 95, N R C Maclaurin 83

1996 Welwyn Garden City beat Hertford by 73 runs.

(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.

(Friday 28 August)

R Muggeridge 7.1-4-11-3, B Hartman 6-3-12-3

1993 Watford beat Luton Town by 6 wickets.

(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 by 9 wickets.

(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

1991 Watford beat North Mymms by 5 wickets.

(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.

(Wednesday 24 August)

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.

(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, M R Doodson 9-3-30-3

1988 Hemel Hempstead beat Bishop's Stortford by 16 runs.

(Wednesday 20 August)

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

(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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League Knockout Records Becker Transport Cup Finals

(All Becker finals played at Shenley Park unless stated) 1998 North Mymms beat Luton Town by 11 runs.

North Mymms 185-6 (45 overs) *Luton Town 174-8 (45 overs) Man Of The Match: Simon Clements.

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 184-8 (45 overs) Letchworth 160 (42.3 overs) Man Of The Match: Nigel Ilott.

*Radlett 232 (48.5 overs) Sawbridgeworth 236-3 (41.3 overs) Man Of The Match: Daniel Hull.

*Hertford 249-7 (50 overs) Welwyn Garden City 251-5 (44.5 overs) Man Of The Match: Cliff Cavener.

*Potters Bar 293 (49.1) Hemel Hempstead 100 (31.3) Man Of The Match: K. Weeraratne.

(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 by 193 runs.

(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*

2005 Hertford beat Sawbridgeworth by 151 runs. *Hertford 293-8 (50 overs) Sawbridgeworth 142 (40.3 overs) Man Of The Match: Richard Cordingley.

(Sunday 31 August)

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) N G E Walker 102*, D M Hull 78*, S M Browne 10-1-30-3

2004 Welwyn Garden City beat Hertford by 5 wickets.

(Sunday 1 September)

*Welwyn Garden City 192-6 (50 overs) T P Cranston 52, S J Page 37, M S Wrodarczyk 35* Radlett 196-8 (47 overs) J A Freedman 31, K Marc 31, M S Wrodarczyk 7-0-42-4 Man Of The Match: Marcin Wrodarczyk.

2003 Sawbridgeworth beat Radlett by 7 wickets.

(Sunday 9 September)

(Played at Balls Park, Hertford)

*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.

(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.

(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 4 September)

(Played at Lucas Lane, Hitchin)

(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

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Becker Transport Cup - Plate Finals

(All Finals played at Shenley Park unless stated) 2000 Chipperfield beat Letchworth by 4 wickets.

Letchworth *Chipperfield

206 (47.3 overs) 209-6 (48.4 overs)

2001 St Margaretsbury beat Botany Bay by 2 wickets.

*Letchworth 221-9 (45 overs) Leverstock Green 196 (43.2 overs) Man Of The Match: Ian Bowyer.

*Preston 213 (44.4 overs) Cockfosters 217-6 (41.3 overs) Man Of The Match: Steve Luke.

*Langleybury 155 (34 overs) Sawbridgeworth 157-2 (19.2 overs) Man Of The Match: David Burrell.

*Old Albanian 319-4 (45 overs) Sandridge 181-6 (45 overs) Man Of The Match: Andrew McLean.

(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.

(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

2004 Sawbridgeworth beat Langleybury by 8 wickets.

(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.

(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.

(Friday 1 September)

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

(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) Northchurch 159-0 (26.2) Man Of The Match: David Wilkinson.

J Lewis 53, A Hicks 33, D Wilkinson 6-3-13-5 D Pearce 73*, S Maylott 68*

NB: Man Of The Match final awards were not introduced until the 2002 competition.

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John Barker Cup 2006 This cup was donated in 1998 by the Hertfordshire County Cricket Association in memory of a past-President, John Barker. It is awarded, each year, to the senior League club which throughout the season exhibited the highest levels of fair play and sportsmanship, both on and off the field. The task of determining the marks to be awarded to each club in each match it played was given to the League panel umpires. The marks were derived from those awarded by the umpires after each match, in the categories of Hospitality (of the home team) and Behaviour (of both teams). For each category the total marks awarded were then averaged and the mean of these averages taken to yield an overall performance mark. These marks were then used to produce a "league" table for the 30 Clubs in Divisions 1 and 2. In previous years the Premier Division Clubs competed for the Cup but with their removal to the Home Counties Premier league and the different marking systems adopted it was not possible for these clubs to compete on a similar basis. The Cup was therefore reduced to the top two divisions playing under the auspices of the Saracens Hertfordshire League. Behaviour Hospitality Overall Northwood Town 9.07 9.60 18.67 Preston 9.47 9.11 18.58 Old Albanian 8.91 9.56 18.47 Dunstable 9.12 9.20 18.32 Abbots Langley 9.29 9.00 18.29 Potters Bar 2 8.71 9.44 18.15 Bishop's Stortford 8.94 9.13 18.07 Chorleywood 9.25 8.78 18.03 Flitwick 8.65 9.33 17.98 Old Finchleians 9.22 8.75 17.97 St.Albans 9.07 8.88 17.95 Ampthill 8.84 9.00 17.84 Harpenden 8.81 9.00 17.81 Hemel Hempstead 2 8.56 9.25 17.81 Reed 8.83 8.91 17.74 Welwyn GC 2 8.97 8.72 17.69 Letchworth 8.44 9.00 17.44 Hitchin 8.86 8.43 17.29 Knebworth Park 2 8.88 8.38 17.26 Watford 8.53 8.73 17.26 Broxbourne 8.67 8.56 17.23 Northchurch 8.19 9.00 17.19 Luton & Indians 9.18 8.00 17.18 Kings Langley 8.53 8.63 17.16 Langleybury 8.63 8.50 17.13 Northwood 8.94 8.11 17.05 Leverstock Green 8.47 8.44 16.91 St.Margaretesbury 8.44 8.22 16.66 Berkhamsted 8.25 7.90 16.15 Millhillians 7.76 8.13 15.89

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Northwood Town collect the John Barker Cup for 2007


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