Herts League Handbook 2014

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

2014 Editor

Michael Wood

www.hertsleague.co.uk Published by: Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Typesetting: Michael Wood - Tel: 01442 390353 Production: Create Services - www.createservices.co.uk


Contents

Committee Members............................................................................................................... 5 A Message from Our Sponsor................................................................................................. 6 Foreword................................................................................................................................. 7 Secretary's Report 2013........................................................................................................ 10 Results Service..................................................................................................................... 14 Facilities Reporting................................................................................................................ 18 Umpire Registration Process................................................................................................ 20 Umpires Panel....................................................................................................................... 21 Constitution........................................................................................................................... 22 Match Rules - Premier Division & Championship................................................................. 28 Duckworth Lewis Procedure................................................................................................. 38 Match Rules - Divisions One to Twelve................................................................................ 40 Readers Herts 20-20 Cup Competition - Rules.................................................................... 44 Readers Herts Trophy - Rules.............................................................................................. 49 Readers Herts Trophy - Playing Conditions.......................................................................... 50 Overseas Players - Divisions 1 to 12.................................................................................... 54 Club Welfare Responsibilities & Requirements ................................................................... 56 Club Welfare Update............................................................................................................. 57 Safety Guidelines.................................................................................................................. 58 Match Day Procedures and Registration.............................................................................. 60 Premier Divisions Player Registration................................................................................... 62 ECB Fast Bowling Directive.................................................................................................. 63 Disciplinary Regulations........................................................................................................ 64 ECB Fair Play Marking Criteria............................................................................................. 70 Fair Play Reporting Guidelines............................................................................................. 71 Divisional Structure 2014...................................................................................................... 72 Club Directory........................................................................................................................ 73 Fixtures 2014......................................................................................................................... 94 CCC Sovereign Trophy 2014.............................................................................................. 109 Readers Herts Cup and Trophy...........................................................................................110 Review of the Season 2013 - Jack Sheldon........................................................................112 Readers Herts County Trophy Final - 2013........................................................................ 132 League Tables 2013............................................................................................................ 134 John Barker Cup 2013........................................................................................................ 136 Divisional Averages 2013.................................................................................................... 137 Best Batting & Bowling Performances 1994-2013 (All Divisions)....................................... 142 Principal Records 2000-2013.............................................................................................. 143 Serious Cricket Home Counties Premier League............................................................... 172 Celebrities Show Their Cricket Skills in Widford................................................................. 178 Fancy Scoring at Lord's?.................................................................................................... 179 Bushey Cricket Club 150th Anniversary ............................................................................. 180 CRICKETLOVELYCRICKETLOVELYCRICKET.................................................................. 182 John Morris - Obituary......................................................................................................... 183 A season to remember for Old Elizabethans...................................................................... 184 Leverstock Green Hosts PCA Big Bike Ride...................................................................... 186 Top Asset Now Available for Herts League......................................................................... 188 Hertfordshire Association of Cricket Groundsmen.............................................................. 191 League History Time-line.................................................................................................... 192 Facilities Marking 2013....................................................................................................... 194 Hertfordshire Cricket League Records................................................................................ 196 Herts League Highs and Lows............................................................................................ 198 League Knockout Records.................................................................................................. 202 Grant Aid............................................................................................................................. 206 4


Committee Members President

NIGEL WRAY

Office: 0208 445 7012

Chairman

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

Home: 01923 850597 Mobile: 07770 966688

Hon. Secretary Match Rules and Constitution

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

Hon. Treasurer

STEPHEN BROWN 31 Old Westbury, Letchworth Garden City Herts, SG6 3NB (Email: north_herts_gas@hotmail.com)

Home: 01462 673861 Mobile: 07749 368519

Results and Fixture Secretary

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

Home: 01442 390353 Mobile: 07703 394053

Registration PAUL BLACKWELL 133 Highfield Way, Rickmansworth Herts, WD3 7PL (paul.blackwell23@btinternet.com)

Home: 01992 422160 Mobile: 07842 206529

Home: 01923 351234

Umpires’ Co-ordinator

PETER HINSTRIDGE 42 Tudor Manor Gardens Watford, Herts. WD25 9TQ (Email: peter.hinstridge@btinternet.com)

Sponsorship Co-ordination

TONY RHODES 36 Crib Street, Ware, SG12 9EZ (Email: a.rhodes472@btinternet.com)

Facilities Co-ordination

DAVID PETT 170 Auckland Road, Potters Bar, Herts. EN6 3HT (Email: dave@rivprint.com)

Home: 01707 645298 Mobile: 07795 954979

League Welfare Officer & Discipline

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

Home: 01438 215849 Mobile: 07885 288296

STEVE SELWOOD 6 St. James Close, Whetstone, N20 0NS (Email: steve@resolutioncoaching.co.uk)

Work: 0208 166 3170 Mobile: 07968 758220

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Home: 01920 465443 Mobile: 07960 533834


A Message from Our Sponsor

Dear All As I write this, it’s literally the commencement of April and as I look out of the window there is a beautiful blue sky, the sun’s out and it’s the hottest day of the year thus far, 21 degrees. Let’s hope it remains like that throughout the entire season! I also looked back, as you would do, on what was said last year and in fact it was … ‘we were privileged to watch a sublime innings from Kevin Pietersen to bring us a rare victory in the subcontinent’. Hmmm, time has moved on! We now write of the catastrophe of defeat to Holland! But this game has been going for several hundred years and doubtless will continue to attract people to what is after all absolutely unique in terms of games… the possibility of a draw after 5 days! Something the American’s could never ever get. But we love it. We’ve been sponsoring the Saracens Herts League now for nigh on 15 years and under the energetic leadership of Tony Johnson and others it’s gone from strength to strength and this year is undergoing a new and progressive format. Good luck to all. All the best. Nigel P.S. Perhaps a special note to all the youngsters, all the juniors ... You’re the future. And the future of this great game is in your hands. Nigel Wray Chairman, Saracens RFC

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Foreword

November 2013 was the month in which, after over two years of discussions, player surveys and soul-searching, our top 14 Hertfordshire teams returned to the fold. The decision by those clubs to withdraw from the Home Counties Premier Cricket League (HCPCL) was unanimous and has subsequently received wide approval from many sections of the Hertfordshire cricket community, and especially from the senior players. Full details of the rest of the 2013 season activities can be found in Barry Hellewell’s Secretary’s Report, which as ever gives an in depth rundown of what happened during the year and some of the management issues we faced. The following is a brief synopsis of the reasons why our clubs made the move to return, and I hope that our outline future plans for the rest of the league structure in the coming years will serve to build on the change. We must make every effort to provide the right environment for more youngsters to take up the game, and at the same time help to retain more of our established players. The structure must reflect the interests of all its clubs and their players. Cricket, like many sports, now faces real challenges such as club sustainability, player retention and falling participation levels, and the ECB National Club Strategy recognises that. It outlines the need to maintain and support a vibrant club network, best achieved by County Boards, County Cricket Clubs, and Leagues working together. This has established the concept of a County Network which will focus on three strategic themes, namely recruiting new players, retention of existing players, and the development of the most talented players. The Premier League structure was introduced in 2000, aiming to create a number of regional Premier Leagues throughout the country from which elite club players could progress via the 18 first class county sides and, if good enough, into the England team. It was also expected to improve standards and there is no doubt that by imposing financial requirements on clubs, insisting upon viable youth structures and looking for improvements in facilities, much has been achieved and is evident in our senior clubs. The implementation of the longer game within the HCPCL coupled with the consequent earlier start times and increased travel has led to the more mature club player with family and/or job commitments being unable to afford the time to play at the top level and in many cases giving up the game altogether. The average age of most sides in the HCPCL has fallen dramatically over the last ten years and the general opinion is that the standard, certainly in HCPCL Division Two East, had dropped. No Hertfordshire side has won HCPCL Division One since its formation, and except on two or three occasions, no side has come close. It may be that the larger ‘town’ sides from Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and Oxfordshire, who have provided the winners, have larger catchment areas and/or can afford to pay ex-county professionals and others. Whatever the reasons, our sides have not competed at the very top of the HCPCL Division One, despite having 40% of the teams in that division. The series of surveys we carried out in 2011 and 2012 produced a number of interesting and diverse opinions on formats, start times, but most interesting was that two thirds of those who responded thought that our Hertfordshire sides playing in the HCPCL Divisions should return to the SHCL. This idea had been discussed informally at a number of Executive Committee meetings over that time and the grapevine, supported by a straw poll of clubs with teams in those divisions, seemed to support the idea. Based on those facts, we therefore asked all 20 clubs with teams in HCPCL and 4 clubs at the top of our 1st Division to consider bringing their first XI’s back into the SHCL structure for the 2015 season. The clubs were urged to seek the opinion of all their members - not just their committee and not just their 1st XI players as all the teams throughout the league should support the move. The HCPCL 7


committee, on hearing about these discussions, decided unilaterally that the Hertfordshire clubs should withdraw with immediate effect from the HCPCL. Meetings were therefore held in October and November 2013 with our 24 clubs who decided unanimously to make the break and formed a working group to create the structure that is now in place for the 2014 season. We believe that this new structure will, over the medium term, produce a very high standard of club cricket for our best young players and hopefully retain more of our mature club cricketers. Of the 20 clubs in our new Premier and Championship divisions, 16 have played in the HCPCL, and 8 of those have played in HCPCL Division One. Backing up our decision and in line with the concept of a county Cricket Network, the following is taken from the Hertfordshire County Board document “The Cricket Landscape”:

The Potential for a Hertfordshire Premier League Looking at some of the information above, a captive Hertfordshire Premier league would logically address some of the issues, especially with regard to supporting player retention and reducing travel costs. Forming such a league would not solve all of the issues in itself but, having all of our Hertfordshire clubs under the same league structure, would inevitably make it easier to review playing formats and make sensible changes to help drive player retention and improve club sustainability. We understand that ECB accreditation of Premier League status is important to players operating at 1st XI level and club members but this cannot be guaranteed from day one of a reformed Hertfordshire Premier League. As we have indicated in earlier meetings, as a County, Hertfordshire through our aim of full organisational integration between the County Board and County Cricket Club plus a closer collaboration with our leagues and other organisations, demonstrates our commitment to the development of a single Hertfordshire Cricket Network to serve the County is well regarded by the ECB, so a captive Premier League with full ECB accreditation would seem a natural fit.

Pathway To Hertfordshire Representative Cricket A Hertfordshire Premier League structure would complement our performance pathway in that all of the players we are developing through our youth pathway structure would be competing against each other each week offering our Minor County selectors the opportunity to regularly assess players who are in contention to represent the County and also players themselves with a clear performance benchmarking structure. A successful, predominantly home grown Minor County 1st XI is something that is happening right now in the County and everyone involved in Hertfordshire Cricket is proud that we are seeing success from this approach. Our aim is to ensure that the talented young players we coach from 10 years old up to senior cricketers have the best possible chance to fulfil their potential as cricketers and play at the best possible level their skills can take them. Our two new Premier and Championship divisions, each with ten clubs, will play nine matches on a 50/50 basis and nine on a timed basis, with a play-off system for added interest at the end of the season, and a Readers T20 competition on Sundays with a pink ball and coloured tops to replace the annual Readers Cup. Divisions One to Ten will play on the same basis as in 2013, as we plan to call an EGM mid-year to offer the option for all divisions to be formed with ten clubs rather than twenty, thereby allowing the possibility for the split format throughout the league. This will need careful planning over the next few weeks, but is absolutely fundamental to addressing the issues that I mentioned earlier, as doing nothing is no longer an option. Divisions Eleven to Fourteen are now regionalised and we will review the effect that has had at the end of the season. Our outstanding prime sponsorship partnership with Saracens enters its 15th year and is as fresh with ideas as it was in year one. The move to Allianz Park has been a great success as has their rugby this year. We have agreed to run our captains’ meetings and AGMs at Allianz Park in future, giving newcomers to the stadium a chance to see what they have been missing and demonstrate our backing to Saracens for the invaluable support they give to us. This year the branding budget 8


will contribute towards providing new umpires coats for the panel umpires and sets of stumps for all clubs. We are also looking to see if the special project funding could be directed towards new areas, such as helping clubs to develop stronger links with local schools. I am delighted that Readers have signed up again as our second longstanding sponsor, supporting us for our Sunday Cup and Trophy competitions as our ball supplier of some twelve years and counting, and their financial backing makes all the difference to the running of the competitions. As in the last four years, an extra 50 umpires recruits trained during the winter and the hope is that the panel should be able to repeat its success of previous years by providing a significant number of qualified umpires to non-panel matches in addition to our Division One and Two matches, a situation that is very encouraging. The story with scorers training continues to need attention and we must address this as there are just not enough going though the recruitment and training programmes. Technology may have a role to play with the growing reliability of PC based scoring systems. Other matters for the League Executive to address include whether the time is right to bring back a version of the Development League on Sundays for interested clubs. We are very keen to help more clubs get back to being used on Sundays. We will keep the focus on succession planning so that we are in touch with the views of the players as well as the club administrators, so please get in touch if you would like to be considered to take on a role on one of our committees. Finally, I must express my grateful thanks in particular to the members of our hard-working Executive Committee and its sub-committees, but also to the army of volunteers who tirelessly run our clubs and whose efforts throughout the year should never be taken for granted. I hope there is plenty to interest you in this ever growing handbook and, whether a player or a supporter, you enjoy the rejuvenated season ahead.

Tony Johnson Chairman

Standing Sub-Committees

The sub-committees shown below will be in effect for 2014. League Chairman, Tony Johnson, is an ex-officio member of all sub-committees. Sub-committee chairman is shown in bold.

Competitions Tony Johnson Doreen Browne John Sweedy Richard White

Constitution & Match Rules Barry Hellewell Richard Burling Peter Hinstridge

Registration Paul Blackwell

Facilities

David Pett Mark Shepherd

Sponsorship & Finance Stephen Brown Tony Rhodes

Results, Fixtures & Handbook Michael Wood Richard Bayliss John Northall

Welfare

Richard Burling

Discipline

Richard Burling

Umpires

Peter Hinstridge Bob Knight John Sweedy

Premier Divisions Peter Hinstridge Carl Ferguson Ben Frazer Steve Gale James Heslam 9

Hemish Ilangaratne Jono McLean Steve Selwood Val Waring


Secretary's Report 2013

2013 was in one sense an unremarkable season. The weather had returned to relative normality after 2012’s deluge and we even had a spell where the temperatures soared and it didn’t rain! There were few problems with discipline, and neither Richard Burling nor Paul Blackwell had to get on their respective welfare and registration high horses. The umpires’ panel ran smoothly, we have money in the bank and our sponsors are happy. Mike Wood’s work with fixtures, the excellent handbook and the website were as efficient as ever and Tony Johnson managed, once more, to find time he did not really have to steer us forward. Tony’s dedication to the league is without parallel and although I say this every year it bears repetition.

And yet in another way 2013 could be seen as a remarkable year. In addition to our normal activities, outlined above, and in respect of which I shall add detail shortly, the face of Hertfordshire League cricket was about to change. Since before the turn of the century our best clubs have had their first elevens playing in another structure, The Home Counties Premier League. Consequently the standard of the cricket played in The Saracens’ league has been below that enjoyed before. As you will know that all changed after a final meeting of the HCPL clubs and our top clubs in November when they, the clubs, unanimously voted to pull out of the HCPL and form the Saracens Hertfordshire Premier and Championship divisions. The reasons behind that decision and the exciting future that beckons are dealt with by Tony in his Chairman’s report. I cannot, however, let those significant changes pass without thanking Richard Burling in particular for all his help in bringing this about. Richard’s commitment to what he and the rest of the executive committee thought were in the best interests of Hertfordshire cricket was invaluable. He was at all times both a draftsman and a pollster who never took his eye off the ball in trying to achieve what the majority of our clubs said they wanted. Now to put some flesh on those earlier bones.............. Hertford are to be congratulated by all. Not only did they win division one but they also received the President’s trophy as our club of the year. After being relegated out of the HCPL 2 East in 2012 they bounced back with a vengeance and look forward to success on all fronts in 2014. They were presented with their awards, as were all other division winners and runners up, at Wembley on 18 October when our sponsors played Toulouse in the Heineken Cup. Over 500 club members attended a very successful evening arranged by Saracens and Tony Rhodes from our committee. Our President, Nigel Wray, said a few words to those assembled and expressed his delight with the way his club’s sponsorship of our league and progressed, to our mutual benefit, over the last fifteen years. He went on to say that he hoped the next fifteen years would be just as successful! It is difficult to imagine any other cricket league, or indeed any other amateur sport, that has enjoyed such loyal and generous support from its sponsor. Nigel’s praise for us should be mirrored by ours for him and his progressive rugby club. Congratulations to all our winners and to Shenley Village who beat Old Elizabethans in the Readers Trophy final on a wet September day. That weather prevented the final of the Reader’s Cup from being staged on Radlett’s main ground and rather than tossing a coin or a ‘bowl out’ at one lonely stump, Radlett and Sawbridgeworth agreed to play the final before the start of the 2014 league season.........a sort of Charity Shield. Let us hope their innovation is blessed by decent weather. Our other sponsors, Kookaburra Reader, have renewed their ball supply contract with us for another 3 years. We have been with Readers for as long as I can remember and other than changes to the VAT rate they have kept their prices to us at the same levels for the last ten 10


years. Not surprisingly they have sought a small increase for the next three years and we will now pay £11.76 for the better ball and £9.00 for the County Match. This is tremendous value for a quality product and they have also increased their cup sponsorship from £5,000 to £6,000 per year for the three years. As with Saracens this has been a long and productive association. Through our sponsors we were also able to supply all clubs with score books and practice rugby balls at last year’s captains’ meeting and this year we hope to give every club a new set of sponsored stumps and each panel umpire a new sponsored ‘blouson’. They were called ‘coats’ in my day but they are clearly now much more chic. At the ‘Treasury’, as indicated at last year’s AGM, Beth Webb confirmed that she was standing down due to business commitments. Beth was able, in her short association with the committee, to set up a new computerised accounting system that will allow her successor to take over a well run set of books. I am pleased to say that towards the end of the year Stephen Brown agreed to stand for election at the 2014 AGM as our treasurer. This will give the two Tonys, Johnson and Rhodes, some much needed breathing space as they have held the fort during Beth’s absence and have done so with no complaint. Stephen, as a co-opted member of the committee, has prepared the 2013 accounts presented at the 2014 AGM. We are financially sound thanks not only to our sponsors but also to the voluntary efforts of all on the committee and those outside who also give of their time freely and generously. We have had our own ‘Big Society’ for many years. Sadly Kevin Kelly, who has led our discipline committee for the last three years, stood down from the committee at the AGM due to increased commitments at his own club and with his work. Kevin, single-handedly, drafted our new disciplinary code which has led to a much better approach to dealing with breaches of behaviour. In 2013 there were no appeals against sentences imposed on miscreants all of which were given by the clubs themselves and all of which were accepted. It was agreed during the year to publish the names of offenders and their clubs on the website to alert all clubs as to those who had been banned and for how long. Thank you Kevin for all your help during your time on the committee. Peter Hinstridge managed to ensure that 557 of the 560 appointed panel umpires stood in their allocated matches. Selection committees across the league can only dream of such a success rate. Of the 964 captains’ marks for those umpires only 39, 4%, were considered unsatisfactory. Again captains would give their collective right arms for their selections to perform as well. Well done Peter. There are now 353 umpires registered across our clubs. We cannot have a game without their and our scorers’ commitment to their clubs. They are all to be thanked for their collective time and effort. On welfare Richard Burling, who combines that role with us with a similar position with the County Board, ensured that all clubs met their ‘safe hands’ requirements. He also made sure that our captains and other officials complied with the new DBS obligations in what was a transitional year for the new accreditation system. Paul Blackwell, who drafted some proposed amendments to the registration and eligibility requirements in our constitution for the AGM, continues to deal with such matters in his own unfussy way to the benefit of all. The culling of the registered players on the website from 14,596 down to 11,633 made things a little easier. Incidentally only 53 of those were registered 11


as ‘overseas’. This must be the lowest for many years and may be a result of increased border controls and, dare I say it, less money around in these straightened times. David Pett, who deals with facilities, had a quiet year (other than the collections of fines for failures to comply with the facilities reporting code- please make sure that your captains deal with this simple exercise. Whilst we enjoy receiving your money I am sure you could do with keeping it) there being no matters that needed special attention nor any that prevented any promotions. David’s workload may be about to change with the special requirements for our two new divisions and the ‘Premier League’ facilities with which those clubs will have to comply. I mentioned earlier that Tony Rhodes, in Beth’s absence, had assisted with financial matters throughout the year culminating in his sending out to the clubs the invoices for fines for 2012 and membership for 2013. Our new, temporary ‘Iron Chancellor’ was very successful in his collection of all monies due, which might explain his role as our ‘bouncer’ at all general and other meetings. Tony also acts as our liaison with Saracens. Mike Wood continues to combine a busy family and work life (often emailing clubs from parts foreign when away on business) with running our results service, preparing our fixtures, looking after our website and producing the best handbook on the circuit. He also managed to have a new hip fitted! I know not how he does all that and I dread to think what would happen if he ever decided to hang up his laptop. Here are a few staggering statistics for you to mull over. There are now 39,216 results on the website during which matches 10,625,000 runs have been scored (most of them by Eric Riddle I’ll wager), and 508,100 wickets taken during 2,900,000 overs. The figures alone are amazing and the dedication he has shown equally so. Thanks, then, to all the committee, and those that have helped outside the main Exec. during the season. It is easy to say that without your input none of this would happen but that is the truth. As I write this I am told by those that know that the economy, is, at last growing- so is the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League. We must ensure that our growth is sustainable. I hope you and your clubs enjoy a successful and happy 2014 season. Barry Hellewell

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Won Batting First and Lost Toss

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Results Service All results are required to be reported via mobile text message to a fully automated results service on 07800 140882. Please read this information carefully as failure to comply could cost your team League points. All results, including cancelled and abandoned games, are to be reported by 9.00pm on the day of the match. It is the responsibility of all home XI captains to report the result by the required deadline. The home XI is the side that appears first in the fixture list in this handbook, regardless of where the game is played. If the result is not reported before the deadline on the day of the match the home XI will be penalised 5 league points. Each team playing in the League has been allocated a 3 character code. These codes are used to report the results and are shown on the club details pages and with the fixtures for each division. The result is reported as a text message to 07800 140882 and made up of a number of elements separated by a space. The elements are: (see opposite for example results) Code Match Outcome - Blank - Normal result - "RA" - Rain affected match, - "RE" - Replacement result (to replace an erroneous result), - "CA" - Cancelled match without a ball being bowled, - "CO" - Conceded match Additional Match Outcome for Premier Divisions Only - "DL1" - Side batting first win by Duckworth/Lewis method - "DL2" - Side batting second win by Duckworth/Lewis method - "DL0" - Match calculated as a tie under Duckworth/Lewis Team Team Code for the team batting first Runs1 Runs scored by the team batting first Wkts1 Wickets lost by the team batting first Overs.Balls Overs and balls bowled during the first innings Team Team Code for the team batting second Runs2 Runs scored by the team batting second Wkts2 Wickets lost by team batting second - must be recorded as 10 if side is all out Overs.Balls Overs and balls bowled during the second innings Toss "T1" if toss won by team batting first "T2" if toss won by side batting second Umpire "U1" if only the team batting first provided a non-playing umpire "U2" if only the team batting second provided a non-playing umpire "U3" if both teams provided non-playing umpires (or panel umpires appointed) "U4" if neither team provided a non-playing umpire A normal result will be in the format Code Team Runs1 Wkts1 Overs.Balls Team Runs2 Wkts2 Overs.Balls Toss Umpire in this order with a space between each element. Characters can be upper or lower case. A template for the message is provided on the back of the Team Sheet card. You can complete the information from the scorebook into each box and then use it to create the text message. The phone used must be set to display the Caller Identity (i.e. your phone number is shown to people you are calling) or the message will not be accepted. Please also note result messages will only be accepted on the day of the match. 14


After sending the text message you will receive a response with either confirmation of the result reported or an error message. This will normally be within 30 seconds. If you do not receive a response within a few minutes then the result will not have been received and you should check you have the correct phone number and/or the phone you are using transmits the Caller ID.

Example Results Normal Result

Anytown 2nd XI won the toss and asked Village 1st XI to bat. Village did not have an umpire. Village scored 210 for 8 wickets off 52.4 overs. In reply Anytown II scored 150 all out in 40.3 overs

Message VL1 210 8 52.4 AN2 150 10 40.3 T2 U2 Response Village 210-8 (52.4) *Anytown II 150-10 (40.3). Reported at 19:33 Rain Result

Anytown 2nd XI won the toss and asked Village 1st XI to bat. Both teams provided umpires. Village scored 210 for 8 wickets off 52.4 overs. In reply Anytown II had scored 65 for 3 in 19.2 overs when it rained

Message RA VL1 210 8 52.4 AN2 65 3 19.2 T2 U3 Response Village 210-8 (52.4) *Anytown II 65-3 (19.2). Rain. Reported at 19:33 Replacement

To replace a result when the original report had an error.

Message RE VL1 210 8 52.4 AN2 150 10 40.3 T2 U3 Response Replacement Result : Village 210-8 (52.4) *Anytown II 150-10 (40.3). Reported at 19:33 Cancelled Match Match between Village 1st XI and Anytown 2nd XI was cancelled without a ball being bowled. Message CA AN2 VL1 Response Village v Anytown II. Cancelled. Reported at 19:33 Conceded Match Match between Village 1st XI and Anytown 2nd XI was conceded by Anytown 2nd XI. (note: the team that conceded must be reported second in the message) Message CO VL1 AN2 Response Village v Anytown II. Match Conceded by Anytown II. Reported at 19.33

This diagram shows how a normal result should be constructed on a mobile phone for sending to 07800 140882

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Results Service (cont.)

Umpire/Scorer Fines and Other Adjustments Any fines for non-provision of a scorer or where bonus points should be deducted for taking wickets outside the time limits should be reported to the Results Secretary, Michael Wood via email to results@hertsleague.co.uk (or 0208 485 8444 if email is not possible) within 48 hours of the match taking place. These will then be manually adjusted. Fine for a non-provision of an umpire will be worked out from the information provided by the text message in line with match rule 8.

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 (via email) to the League Results Secretary (results@hertsleague.co.uk) within 3 days of the fine appearing. Supporting information (mobile number that reported the message, etc.) should be provided.

Results on the Website The results service will automatically update the results and tables on the Hertfordshire League website at www.hertsleague.co.uk.. Each result reported will be reflected on the website as it is reported. The Results Secretary has the option to update the tables on every result or via a routine so it is possible that if you view the table prior to the 9pm deadline that the table will reflect the results received at that point. A set of pages have been developed specifically for mobile devices so that you can get the results on the move. Direct your mobile browser to www.hertsleague.co.uk/mobile. The website also contains a whole host of information, including the constitution, match rules, cup competition draws and detailed archive information going back to 1994

Results Distribution The results will be sent to the club's 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 send your request to the league email address results@hertsleague.co.uk. If you spot any errors in the information please report to results@hertsleague.co.uk.

Readers Herts Cup and Trophy Result Reporting All results in the Readers Herts Cup and Trophy are to be reported via text using the same process as for Saturday League matches. The HOME club must text the result to the automated results service on 07800 140882. The team codes are provided on the pages with the draw

Results Contact If you have problems reporting your result on the day of the match then please leave the result on the answer service on 0208 485 8444. If you have any questions, suggestions or queries about the results service then please contact the Results Secretary. Michael Wood 8 Coniston Close, Leverstock Green, Hemel Hempstead, Herts. HP3 8RH Tel: 01442 390353, Mob: 07703 394053, Email: results@hertsleague.co.uk 17


Facilities Reporting

Objectives

Facilities. The continued improvement of standards throughout the League benefits all clubs and enhances the 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.

Facilities Chairman

David Pett 170 Auckland Road, Potters Bar, EN6 3HT Email: dave@rivprint.com

Tel: 01707 645298 Mob: 07795 954979

Reporting Procedure In the Premier divisions, facilities will be the sole responsibility of the umpires officiating on the day and will be entered into the whostheumpire website. For all other divisions, 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 11pm on the Tuesday 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). Please also note that inaccurately entered data, e.g. the wrong opponent, wrong date or division, etc. will render the report void (not reported). Fines will also be incurred in such circumstances.

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, to be considered for promotion a club needs to attain 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 and will need to agree appropriate action 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 194/5).

Facilities Reporting Scheme Guidelines

Marks below 7: These represent an area where there may be a shortfall in the basic requirements and where possible 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. A mark of 7 should indicate that the basic requirements have been met as described below. Marks between 8 to 10: For achieving "additional" standard, described below, or making an outstanding and obvious effort. Please Note: The Facilities Committee would like to remind all clubs that the marks awarded should be a clear reflection of the facilities provided on the day of the match and that the result of the match should not influence these marks unduly unless there are good reasons for doing so. In such instances please provide helpful clear comments explaining the reasoning for any apparent levels of marks awarded. The marks should only be entered on to the website by a designated member of the visiting club that was present on the day of the game. 18


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 7-12; 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.

6. Pavilion Basic:

Changing rooms to be lockable, clean and tidy with rubbish from previous matches removed from the premises. Toilets and wash basins (with separate facilities for ladies) to be in a sanitary condition with adequate supply of requisites. Showers to have good supplies of hot water with temperature safely controlled. Cubicles to be clean and clear of debris / dirt from previous use. Tea to be served on clean crockery and hygienically protected until tea is taken by all players, umpires and scorers. Additional: Changing rooms of above average size with adequate space for all kit bags. Showers separate from opponents with 4 or more shower spaces. Individual cubicles are of particular benefit. Toilets to be housed separately from changing rooms and showers. A separate changing area for umpires. 19


Background

Umpire Registration Process

Each club with a team playing in Divisions One to Six is required to register with the League every umpire that it considers to be attached to the club whether that umpire has been supplied to the League Umpires Panels or will be standing in a match below Division Two. The procedure for registering umpires is set out below

Procedure The registration of umpires will follow the same process as that used to register players. Within the Registration area of the League website you will be able to enter the name of each umpire attached to your club. For each umpire so registered you will be asked to indicate which category is applicable, as follows: Panel

An umpire listed on the Saracens Hertfordshire League Umpires’ Panel

Qualified

An umpire who has passed the ECB-ACO Level 1 examination or equivalent

Dispensation Granted An umpire who has received dispensation from the League Umpires Sub-Committee Club – DBS checked

Any other club umpire not covered above, but in possession of a current DBS certificate

Club – No DBS

Any other club umpire not covered by any of the above categories

Request for Umpire Dispensation A club seeking to obtain dispensation is required to complete the form “Request for Umpire Dispensation Under Match Rule 8” for each umpire for whom dispensation is being sought. The form is available for download from the League website. The completed form should be sent, preferably by email, to Peter Hinstridge. Email: peter.hinstridge@btinternet.com Address: 42 Tudor Manor Gardens, Watford, Herts WD25 9TQ Please provide the details requested on the form, particularly concerning the umpire’s experience as both a player and umpire. We are looking for sufficient evidence of competence to allow an umpire to stand in matches despite not having attended a course and passed the examination. The expectation is that any umpire for whom dispensation is requested will have an adequate level of umpiring experience. The objective of Match Rule 8 is to raise the standards of umpiring and any club umpire who has not passed the course must be able to demonstrate reasonable competence. Attendance on a course without passing the exam will be regarded as adequate grounds for dispensation. It is an ECB requirement that all umpires must have a current DBS certificate, so please ensure that this question is answered. Please note that the dispensation applies to the current season only. The objective remains to raise standards by requiring umpires to attend a course and further opportunities to achieve this will be provided during the winter, including one or more weekend courses in addition to the usual evening ones. 20


Panel co-ordinator, Cancellations and Re-appointments: Mark Agius Vic Allen Philip Anderson Geoff Blackmore Bob Blake Ian Breeze Alan Brewster Jeremy Bromfield Steve Brotherton Peter Burgess Tim Caldicott Mark Callaby Paddy Carlin Murray Carlson Peter Carter Steve Carter Steve Cobb Tony Cohen Geoff Cordingley Mark Coughlan Ian Day Barry Deadman Alan Dean Dipen Dixit David Dokelman Jerry Dovey Richard Dowden Dudley Eckworth Trevor Dungate Barry Felton Piers Fuller Rob Furber Bill Gibbings Peter Gibbins Peter Griffiths Andrew Gould Paul Gow Robin Gray Austin Guest Peter Gurney Nick Hall Jan Hillhourst Peter Hinstridge Jon Holland

Expenses:

Umpires Panel

Peter Hinstridge 42 Tudor Manor Gardens, Watford, Herts. WD25 9TQ

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Tel/Fax: 01923 661107 Mobile: 07710 403524 Email: peter.hinstridge@btinternet.com

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Expenses are payable to each umpire before the start of the match.

Cancellations: Umpires must be notified by the HOME club of any cancellation not later than TWO hours before the scheduled match start time, otherwise the fee is payable. Marking:

For Divisions 6 and above captains must submit a report of the performance of the umpires. For Divisions 2 and above there is a fine for failing to report.

See Other Match Day Requirements and After the Match on page 61 for further details 21


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. Reference to Premier & Championship divisions shall hereinafter be referred to as Premier divisions.

2. Object

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

3. Membership

New members: a) Any cricket club may, in writing, apply to the Secretary requesting an invitation to membership. Such applications are to be received at least 12 months before the start of the first season in which such club wishes to enter the League, except for existing member clubs wishing to enter additional teams, which must apply by 30th September preceding the year in which the additional team wishes to join. b) New Members by Invitation; SHCL Executive may at their discretion invite clubs to join the league. In order to be invited to join the League, clubs must normally be able to demonstrate that they have fulfilled three years consecutive competitive cricket, immediately prior to their application, before they can be considered. Clubs must meet the criteria for maintaining membership and will be admitted to membership only at the divisional level which the standard of their facilities allows, subject to the discretion of the Executive Committee whose decision must be accepted. All new member clubs shall pay to the league the designated membership fee within one month of their election to membership. Maintaining membership: To maintain membership of the League, all clubs must: a) Be properly constituted b) Be affiliated to the ECB through their membership of the Hertfordshire County Cricket Association, either as full or associate members, and to the Club Cricket Conference. c) Ensure a duty of care to all players and members by adopting and implementing the ECB 'Safe Hands - Welfare of Young People in Cricket' policy and any future versions of that policy. Full requirements published annually in the League Handbook. d) Have grounds and other facilities acceptable to the Executive Committee, including any alternative or occasional ground used for league matches. All clubs must have a well maintained playing area, particularly with regard to the square. No club will be eligible for promotion to a higher division unless the minimum standards for that division are attained, or unless otherwise agreed by the Executive Committee. The minimum requirements for facilities will be: Divisions 10-12: 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 or scoreboard and a telephone must be available in the main 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. Premier divisions; All clubs must meet ECB Premier League Assessment Criteria & Criteria for promotion to and any other ECB specified requirement, prior to any seasons commencement. This includes a separate, adequate Umpires Changing room. 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 10-12. 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 two members of the Executive Committee shall be from clubs playing in the top two divisions in the year following the AGM. No club shall have more than two of its members elected to the Executive Committee. 22


5. Officers

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

6. Appointment of Reporting Accountants

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

7. Functions of the Executive Committee

a) The committee shall meet at least four times per annum. Additional meetings may be called at any time by the Hon Secretary at the request of at least three members of the committee acting together. At least seven days notice must be given for any meeting. b) A quorum shall be a majority of the members of the committee. c) The committee shall be responsible for the efficient running of the League, shall control finances, and shall have the power to: i. Establish minimum standards for playing conditions and facilities in participating clubs additional to rule 3(d) above, and ensure that all clubs continue to meet those standards. ii. Consider applications for membership and invite clubs to join a division of the League deemed appropriate to the known standards of the invited club. iii. Co-opt on to the Committee additional or replacement members, as appropriate. iv. Appoint sub-committees considered necessary from time to time, delegate to each sub-committee appropriate powers, and appoint an officer or one of its members to chair the sub-committee. v. Determine the level of any fines and additional levies required in any year. vi. Take any action deemed appropriate where a fixture is not fulfilled or not in accordance with league rules. vii. Arbitrate in any disputes. d) The committee may discipline clubs and players in any way it deems appropriate for breaches of the constitution, or match rules, or for failure in any way to conform to the required standards of the League. Disciplinary action against a club may include deduction of points, a reprimand, fine, relegation, suspension, or termination of membership at any time. Action against a player may include a reprimand, suspension, or permanent ban from participation in the League. The decision of the Executive Committee is final (subject to appeal, see 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 2014: Clubs with one team in the League- £40; two teams - £80; three or more teams - £100. The annual subscription may be suspended at the discretion of the executive committee, during the period of any sponsorship agreement, when financially feasible. b) The annual subscription shall be due on 31 March in each year and must be paid a maximum of 30 days after the invoice date. Failure to do so will result in a penalty becoming payable in addition to the subscription; such penalty 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. 23


c) A non-recurring membership fee shall be payable by all clubs on joining the League, as follows: Clubs with two or more teams - £100; Clubs with one team - £50. The fee to be paid before the AGM in the year that club participates in the League for the first time. d) Each member club shall contribute £25 towards the cost of the annual handbook. This sum shall be abated at the rate of £25 per quarter page fully-paid advertisement obtained by the club for the handbook. This payment is due at the same time as the annual subscription and will attract a penalty on the same basis as set out in clause 10(b) above.

11. League Rules

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

12. Disciplinary Regulations

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

13. Player Eligibility

a) After June 30th in any season, no player shall move to a club and represent that club, having already played in that season in the Saracens Herts League for another member club. No player who is a new club member may be registered after July 31st. No player may be registered to play for more than one league club at any one time. Players in Premier divisions may only be registered to play for one ECB designated premier league club. b) No player shall receive any payment or payment in kind for playing for a club in divisions one or below. c) From the day before the 3rd last league game of the season, based on a team’s fixtures in the Division in which they play i Each team may select a maximum of two Category 1 players, from players who would normally be selected in the clubs team only one XI higher. No player may be selected who has played 2 or more XIs higher under any circumstance. ii After July 31st, no new member who has not previously been registered for a club in that season, shall appear in a league match for that club in the remainder of that season. Special application may be made to the League, in advance, to register a player to play who has moved to live in the Herts League area having not previously lived within a reasonable distance from a Herts League club. iii For the final League game of the season in Divisions 2 and below no player who has represented the club in the 1st XI on more than four occasions in the season, shall play for a lower XI iv In the event of any allegation against a club or player under these rules, i, ii, and iii above, the club concerned will be required to justify its selections for the match concerned. Players will be considered as ineligible if found guilty and the clubs punished as such. d) All players must be bona-fide playing members of their clubs. Clubs are responsible for maintaining a record of all their members and for verifying that all players registered to play in the League are aware of and conform to child welfare guidelines and requirements. To play in League matches Division 1 and below, all players, including any substitutes, must be registered only once under one of more of the following categories, with restrictions applying as shown, subject to any special exemptions granted in advance by the Executive Committee:

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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. - Maximum one per team unless the player, before being awarded a contract by a first class county, has been a bona fide member of the club for more than two years (24 months) and has played a minimum of 12 league games for the club in those two years. Category 3 - 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. A Category 3 overseas player will not be eligible for new registration if he has played Test or one-day international cricket for a Test playing country since April 1st in the previous year. All players other than Category 1 must be registered in writing with the League by 10pm on the Wednesday before the first match in which they appear. Category 1 players must be registered by 10am on the day of their first match. Any player not registered on the League web site by the stated deadlines, shall be deemed ineligible for any match in which he participates. To play in Premier divisions matches, all players, including any substitute must be i Registered on play-cricket and meet ECB Premier league Registration guidelines as outlined yearly in league handbook. ii Registered only once, under one of more of the categories defined under Premier Divisions Player Registration (page 62), with restrictions applying as shown, subject to any special exemptions granted in advance by the Executive Committee. e) Before the toss of the coin the captains shall hand a written list of their team members for that match to the umpires, or if no umpire to the opposing captain. After each match, any substitutes used shall be added to the team sheet which shall then be countersigned as valid by one non-playing umpire (where there are umpires) and by the opposition captain. In Divisions 3-14 inclusive, team sheets from opposing teams should be retained by the captains after the game and each captain (or a club officer) is subsequently responsible for checking that the opposition’s players are all registered on the league web site. Any discrepancies to be reported to the League Registrations Officer by submitting the team sheet, accompanied by details of the alleged discrepancies, within three days. In Premier divisions and Divisions 1 & 2, the appointed umpires, shall return the team sheets to the League Registrations Officer for checking. Each club is responsible for ensuring that their players are correctly registered on the League website or on playcricket.com (whichever applies). Should any club be found to be playing a player under the wrong category, the club will forfeit 50% of the points they have gained thus far in the league for the team that the player has most represented. It is within the league’s powers to also ban players from the team thus punished from subsequently playing for lower teams, in line with 13, c, i above. If a club is found to have played a player under a false name, the team(s) which that player has represented will be automatically relegated. It is within the league’s powers to also ban players from the team thus punished from subsequently playing for lower teams, in line with 13, c, i above. Any team breaking either of these rules will face an extraordinary disciplinary procedure which could result in one or more of their teams being relegated automatically or possibly expulsion from the league. f) Any player transferring clubs (within Herts League) between 1st May and 30th June shall complete a transfer form, jointly with his new club, for submission to the League. 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. The league has the power to suspend players from all matches in the League until the clubs involved agree that a player’s obligations to his original club have been discharged. Players changing clubs during the close season are outside of the jurisdiction of the league and it is always down to individual clubs to enforce their own policies around the payment of subscriptions and match fees.” i On or before July 31st, in the event of a proven allegation against an unregistered player the team fielding the ineligible player will have 5 points deducted. Should the unregistered player be Under 18 on the day of the match, the penalty will automatically be 30 points. ii From the 1st of August onwards, any team that fields an ineligible player, will incur a 10 point deduction, excepting where the player is Under 18 on the day of the match, in which case the penalty will be 30 points. iii For the avoidance of doubt, a captain registered on the League website as captain who has not been DBS checked is deemed an ineligible player and the club will face the penalties in i) and ii) above.

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14. Fixtures

All league fixtures shall be arranged centrally by the Fixtures Secretary and circulated to all clubs. No alteration shall be made to that list without the consent of the Fixtures Secretary acting on behalf of the Executive Committee. In the event of a club being unable to fulfil all fixtures on any day, the playing of the senior sides’ match(es) shall take precedence. If any match is postponed, which can only be with the consent of the Executive Committee, the match must be re-arranged to be played within 28 days of the original date, provided such date is before the final scheduled day of the season. If a date cannot be mutually agreed by the two clubs concerned, then the postponed match must be played on a date designated by the Executive Committee. Any team which fails to fulfil three fixtures in its division, may be asked by the Executive Committee to withdraw forthwith from that division, and all matches involving that team shall be declared null and void, with no points awarded. Any team unable to fulfil a league fixture must advise its opponents by 8:00pm on the Thursday preceding the match and obtain formal acknowledgement of the cancellation from an officer of the opposing club. Failure to comply with these requirements will result in a financial penalty of £100 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 except as required by 11 e) above. b) Only Clubs 1st X1 are eligible for promotion to Premier divisions c) Normally two clubs will be promoted from Championship to Premier division and two relegated, subject to play-off matches. Normally two clubs will be promoted from Division 1 into the Championship and two relegated. Between Divisions 1 & 2, normally two clubs will be promoted and two relegated. Between Divisions 2 & below, normally four clubs will be promoted and four relegated. d) The Executive Committee shall have the discretion to vary the numbers promoted and relegated between divisions 11 - 12 depending on the number of clubs participating in those divisions. e) In all cases, if any of the clubs in a promotion place is deemed ineligible, due to the standard of facilities or for any other reason, only the club finishing in the next place below the promotion places may be considered for promotion. f ) Clubs eligible for promotion shall be promoted only if their facilities are deemed acceptable by the Executive Committee. g) Where two or more clubs finish with the same aggregate of points, the club with the higher number of wins shall be placed higher in the league. If still equal, then the club with fewer losses shall be placed higher. If still equal, then the club with the higher scoring rate in completed matches, based on runs per wicket, shall be the higher.

16. Officials, Team sheets, Results and Facilities Reporting

a) Clubs may face a fine of £10 for failure to submit averages or other specific information required by the Results Secretary and notified to clubs. b) All clubs are required to co-operate in reporting results, when requested, to press agencies and newspapers. c) A facilities reporting scheme will be operated throughout the league. d) Any club which fails to submit a report when required and in accordance with the time limits and arrangements specified by the Executive Committee shall be subject to a fine of £20, for each occasion it fails to report. Nonpayment 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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Match Rules - Premier Division & Championship 1.

1.1.

Match Rules

The conduct of all matches will be governed by the Laws of Cricket except as otherwise stated in these rules. 1.2. In each Division, all clubs will play each other home and away, matches shall be one innings each. 1.3. Matches in Weeks 6 to 14 will be played under the match rules specified in Section A. 1.4. Matches in Weeks 1 to 5 and 15 to 18 will be played under the 50-Overs Competition rules specified in Section B.

2. Umpires

The Umpires Panel will appoint umpires. The method of payment of expenses will be determined by the Executive Committee in consultation with the Umpires Panel. Each club will pay one umpire the agreed fee before the Toss.

3. Scorers

4.

All clubs will appoint their own scorers. A fine of £30 will be payable to the League in the event of any failure to provide a scorer (See Non-payment of Fines)

Team Sheets

Captains must pass team sheets to the umpires not later than 30 minutes prior to play commencing. Team sheets will contain names of players, player registration number and, if applicable, identify players aged under 18 and age group (e.g. U19, U17).

5. Covers

Before the Toss covers shall be used at the discretion of the home club and its groundsman to protect the pitch. After the Toss covers will be used on the instructions of the umpires. Clubs must make covering available throughout the match day. The minimum requirements are to cover the pitch and the bowlers’ run-ups and these should be available to the full extent under the direction of the umpires. The umpires will be report any deficiency in covering to the League, which may result in disciplinary action being taken against the club.

6. Balls

6.1. All league fixtures will be played with a ball that has been approved by the League. 6.2. One new ball will be used from the commencement of each innings. New balls are to be supplied by the Home club. 6.3. Home clubs must ensure that a selection of at least six suitable spare balls of varying ages and use and a spare new ball are available to the umpires prior to the start of the match. The balls shall be as approved by the League. The umpires may delay the start of a match if the spare balls are not provided.

7. Results 7.1. 7.2.

8.

The standard SHCL rules will apply to the reporting of match results In addition to 7.1 the match result must be posted on the play-cricket web site by 11.00pm on the Tuesday following the game. Failure to do so will be subject to a fine of £30 payable to the League. Clubs are also encouraged to enter a full score sheet on the site.

Facilities Marking

The standard SHCL rules will apply to the marking and reporting of facilities.

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9.

Umpires' Marking

The SHCL rules for the marking of umpires’ performance applicable to the Premier Division and Championship will apply. Umpires will mark the quality of the pitch, team discipline and facilities as well as reporting any instances of misconduct. The Umpires will submit a report provided by the League, to the Chairman of the Facilities sub-committee. 10. Discipline & Disciplinary Points The standard SHCL Disciplinary rules will apply. 11. Junior Players 11.1. Any player under the age of 12 on 31st August in the year preceding the current season are not permitted to play in the Premier League or Championship with or without explicit consent. 11.2 Any player under the age of 13 on 31st August in the year preceding the current season shall play in the Premier League or Championship only provided that the player has been selected for the County at U13 or above and has written parental consent to play in Open Age cricket. Such evidence shall be lodged with the Club’s Welfare Officer prior to that player’s registration with the League. The League may request evidence of compliance with these requirements. 12. League Positions League positions in each Division will be determined by the total number of points gained. In the event of two or more clubs finishing on equal points, league position will be determined in the following order: • The side with the highest number of wins, but if still level • The side with the fewest defeats, but if still level • The side with the highest runs per wicket, calculated by aggregating all runs scored in completed matches divided by the total number of wickets lost.

13. Play Offs

In the Premier League after Week 18 there will be Play Off matches played under the 50 Over match rules as follows: Week 19 (Saturday): Match 1: The side finishing in first place v the side finishing in fourth place, to be played at the ground of the side finishing in first place, and Match 2: The side finishing in second place v the side finishing in third place, to be played at the ground of the side finishing in second place In the event of adverse weather the reserve date for these matches is the Sunday, i.e. the following day. If a result is not achieved on either day the team finishing higher in the League shall qualify for the Final. Week 20 (Saturday): The winners of Match 1 and Match 2 will play a Final at a venue to be determined by the League. In the event of adverse weather a reserve date will be arranged by the League Executive Committee.

14. Promotion and Relegation a) b) c)

At the end of each season a system of promotion and relegation will operate as follows: The side finishing 10th in the Premier Division will be relegated to the Championship The side finishing 1st in the Championship will be promoted to the Premier League The side finishing 9th in the Premier Division and the side finishing 2nd in the Championship will play a Play-Off under 50 over match rules. The winner will play in the Premier League and the loser will play in the Championship in the following season. The match will be played on the Saturday of Week 19 at the ground of the side finishing 2nd in the Championship unless agreed otherwise by the two clubs. In the event of adverse weather the reserve date for this match is the Sunday, i.e. the following day. 29


d) e) f)

g)

h)

The sides finishing 9th and 10th in the Championship will be relegated to Division 1 The sides finishing 1st and 2nd in Division 1 will be promoted to the Championship In the event of a side that qualifies for promotion from the Championship or Division 1 not wishing to accept, or not meeting the criteria for, promotion then the League Executive Committee shall determine the composition of the sides in the Premier Division and Championship for the following season. In the event that it is agreed to admit an additional side: • To the Premier League then the sides in 9th and 10th place will be relegated and the side finishing in 8th place shall play in the Play Off. • To the Championship then only the side finishing in 1st place in Division 1 shall be promoted Promotion into all Divisions is dependent on the clubs concerned meeting the criteria for facilities, youth teams and financial security specified by the League.

Section A:

1.

1.1.

Match Rules for "Timed" Matches in Weeks 6 to 14

Hours of Play

A working match clock will be provided by the home side which can be seen by the umpires and players from the playing square. 1.2. Play will commence at 11.45 pm. 1.3. Subject to the Laws of cricket the Lunch Interval will be 30 minutes commencing at 1.45 pm. 1.4. There will be an interval of 10 minutes’ duration between innings. 1.5. Subject to the Laws of Cricket the Tea Interval will be 20 minutes, commencing at 5.10 p.m. 1.6. The Home club will provide a meal during the first 30 minute interval and refreshments during the second 20 minute interval. 1.7. The umpires shall signal the Last Hour at 6:30 pm or when 17 overs remain to be bowled in the match, whichever is the later. 1.8. Unless a result is achieved earlier the game shall finish at 7.30 pm or when the Last Hour has been completed, whichever is the later. 1.9. No game shall be cancelled without the explicit agreement of at least one of the appointed umpires, or a deputy appointed by the League from the Umpires Panel.

2. Overs 2.1.

Each match will consist of a minimum of 115 6-ball overs except where the match is affected by weather or a result is achieved sooner. 2.2. In an uninterrupted match the side batting first shall face no more than 60 overs. 2.3. In the event of a delayed start due to inclement weather or other circumstances the total number of overs available shall be reduced as specified in Appendix 1, with 65 overs the minimum number of overs available to constitute a match. Any match in which at least 65 overs have been bowled shall be deemed a match and subsequent abandonment shall count as a drawn match. 2.4. If considered appropriate, in weather affected matches revised times may be agreed by the umpires and captains for the Intervals. 2.5. Any match that cannot start by 3.15 pm shall be cancelled. 2.6. If, after a match has started, there is a weather interruption or weather interruptions during the innings of the side batting first, the number of overs available shall be as per the table in Appendix 1.

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2.7.

In the event that any interruption or interruptions are of a duration that, in calculating the overs remaining using Appendix 1, the side batting first has received or exceeded those overs the following shall apply: a) The innings of the side batting first shall be regarded as complete. b) The Umpires shall calculate the time remaining from the scheduled close of play (7.30pm) to the time which they consider that conditions are such that play can resume. The minimum number of overs available to the side batting second shall be calculated by allowing one over for every full 3.5minutes left for play. If such calculation, together with the overs received by the side batting first, totals 65 overs or more, then play shall commence at the re-scheduled start time as directed by the umpires. c) If the target score is such, that in the opinion of both captains there are insufficient overs remaining for either side to achieve a result or gain more points, the match shall be abandoned. 2.8. If, after the start of the innings of the side batting second, there is a weather interruption or interruptions the minimum number of overs available to the side batting second shall be reduced by one for each complete period of 3½ minutes of interruption or interruptions.

3.

3.1. 3.2.

3.3.

Bowling Restrictions

No bowler shall be permitted to bowl more than eighteen (18) overs in a match. Law 42.6(a)(i) shall be replaced with: A bowler shall be limited to two fast short pitched balls per over. The umpire at the bowler’s end will make it clear to both the bowler and the batsmen at the wicket when such a delivery within this limit is bowled. This ruling shall apply even though the striker has made contact with the ball with his bat, person or equipment. A short pitched ball is defined as one that passes or would have passed over shoulder height of the Striker standing upright at the crease. It is unfair if the limit is exceeded and the umpire shall call and signal No Ball on each such occasion. In addition, the umpires will adopt the procedures of law 42.7. Negative bowling: If the Bowler’s End umpire considers that the bowler is bowling negatively with the intention of preventing the striker from scoring runs he shall caution the bowler and inform both the captain, the bowler, the other umpire and the batsmen that on any repetition the rule for judging a Wide in the 50-Over rules will be applied.

4. Points

Win. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 points Tie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 points each Winning Draw. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 points plus bonus points Losing Draw. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 points plus bonus points Abandoned. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 points each or bonus earned whichever is the greater Cancelled. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 points each The Winning and Losing draw is calculated based on run-rate for the innings, based on legitimate balls received. Run rate shall be calculated to three decimal points. In the event that the two sides have identical run-rates the side losing the fewest wickets shall be deemed to have the higher run rate. If still equal then each side shall receive 3 points Bonus points awarded to losing team and to both teams in the event of a drawn match: Batting 1 point for reaching 150, 200, 250, 275, 300 runs Bowling 1 point each for taking 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 wickets. 5 bowling bonus points will be gained if a side is all out, regardless of the number of wickets actually taken.

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5.

Over Rate Penalty Point

The following penalties will apply for slow over rates. The umpires will be the sole judges of over rates in consultation with the scorers: • Less than 17 but greater than 16 overs per hour - 1 point • 16 overs or less but greater than 15 overs per hour - 2 points • 15 overs per hour or less - 5 points The penalties will not apply if the duration of an innings is less than 2 hours. The umpires will agree timings with the scorers and calculate the over rate taking into account the following allowances:• 2 minutes per wicket for the fall of each wicket up to and including the ninth wicket. • The time taken for any Drinks Interval. • The actual time lost for each and any single stoppage of greater duration than 3 minutes. This will be agreed by the umpires and will be confirmed to the batsmen and the fielding captain at the time of the delay and will not be subject to negotiation. The scorers must be informed at the earliest opportunity.

APPENDIX 1 – REDUCED OVERS IN INTERRUPTED MATCHES Time Lost 0 3.5 7.0 10.5 14.0 17.5 21.0 24.5 28.0 31.5 35.0 38.5 42.0 45.5 49.0 52.5 56.0 59.5 63.0 66.5 70.0 73.5 77.0 80.5 84.0 87.5

A 115 114 113 112 111 110 109 108 107 106 105 104 103 102 101 100 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90

B 60 59 59 58 58 57 57 56 56 55 55 54 54 53 53 52 52 51 51 50 50 49 49 48 48 47

C 55 55 54 54 53 53 52 52 51 51 50 50 49 49 48 48 47 47 46 46 45 45 44 44 43 43

Time Lost 91.0 94.5 98.0 101.5 105.0 108.5 112.0 115.5 119.0 122.5 126.0 129.5 133.0 136.5 140.0 143.5 147.0 150.5 154.0 157.5 161.0 164.5 168.0 171.5 175.0

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A 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65

B 47 46 45 45 44 44 43 43 42 42 41 41 40 40 39 39 38 38 37 37 36 36 35 35 34

C 42 42 42 41 41 40 40 39 39 38 38 37 37 36 36 35 35 34 34 33 33 32 32 31 31


Section B:

1.

Match Rules for 50 Overs Matches in Weeks 1 to 5 & 15 to 18 Pitch Markings

Additional Crease Markings: An additional crease marking shall be made 17� inside and parallel with each Return Crease, joining the Popping and Bowling creases. Please note that the crease is the inside edges of both these new markings and the Return Crease markings.

2. Duration

2.1. All matches shall be played on the day, and with the starting time, specified by the Premier League Sub-Committee. Play will start at 12.30pm except in Weeks 17 and 18 when play will start at 12.00pm. For the purpose of determining the overs remaining in an interrupted match the Close of Play will be 8.00pm (7.30pm in Weeks 17 and 18). There will normally be two sessions of play of 3 hours 15 minutes each, separated by a Tea Interval of 30 minutes between the innings. If the innings of the team batting first is completed prior to the scheduled time for the interval then the interval shall, if considered practicable by the umpires, take place immediately and may be extended by the umpires if necessary by 10 minutes (to a maximum of 40 minutes). 2.2. Each match shall consist of a maximum of 50 overs per innings save where time is lost after the scheduled start time due to inclement weather or other unavoidable cause, when the number of overs shall be reduced as hereinafter provided. 2.3. Declarations are not permitted. Should the side batting first be dismissed before the overs to which it is entitled have been bowled, the team batting second shall be entitled to bat for its full entitlement of overs or as further reduced due to inclement weather or other cause. 2.4. In the event of delays due to weather or other circumstances a minimum of 20 overs per side is required to constitute a match, subject to the provisions of 2.5.3 and 2.8 below. 2.5. Delayed start matches 2.5.1. In the event that the scheduled start time is delayed due to inclement weather or other cause the first 30 minutes of playing time lost shall be disregarded. Thereafter the number of overs for each side will be reduced by one for every complete 8 minutes of time lost. 2.5.2. In calculating the time lost the time for the Interval may be altered in accordance with Law 15.5. 2.5.3. For the avoidance of doubt the latest start time for a match reduced to 20 overs per side shall be 5.10pm (4.40pm in Weeks 17 and 18). 2.5.4. A result can only be achieved in a match of less than 20 overs per side if both sides have the opportunity to bat for the full number of overs originally allocated. 2.5.5. The umpires shall inform the captains and the scorers of the number of overs lost, the revised timings, the number of overs to be bowled and the applicable fielding and bowling restrictions. 2.6. Interrupted matches 2.6.1. First innings - When play is suspended during the first innings, the object shall be to rearrange the number of overs so that both sides have the opportunity of batting for the same number of overs. 2.6.2 The number of overs to be bowled in 2.6.1 shall be calculated based on the time remaining in the match to the scheduled close of play, based on 4 minutes per over. In calculating the time lost the time for the Interval may be altered in accordance with Law 15.5 or forgone in accordance with Law 15.10. In calculating the number of overs to be bowled the number remaining plus the number already bowled shall be rounded up to the next greatest number divisible by two. 2.6.3 Second innings - If, owing to a delayed start to the second innings or a suspension of play 33


2.6.4

2.6.5

2.7.

2.8.

2.9.

3.

during the second innings, there is insufficient time for the side batting second to face the same number of overs as the side batting first, the umpires will re-calculate, (on every occasion) the number of overs to be bowled and the new target score that is required. Before taking the field to resume play, the umpires will inform the captains and scorers accordingly. The number of overs to be faced by the team batting second will never be increased after an interruption. The number of overs to be bowled in 2.6.3 shall be calculated based on the time remaining in the match to the scheduled close of play, based on 4 minutes per over. In calculating the time lost the time for the Interval may be altered in accordance with Law 15.5 or forgone in accordance with Law 15.10. In calculating the number of overs remaining to be bowled the number shall be rounded up. Duckworth/Lewis will be used to calculate the target score of the side batting second using the Duckworth/Lewis regulations as provided by the League to every club. The umpires shall agree with the scorers and shall inform the captains of the target score before play is resumed. In the event of a miscalculation of the target score the original score shall not be altered once the captains have been informed. The target score shall be displayed clearly on the scoreboard. An over that is incomplete at the time of an interruption in play shall be completed on any resumption and that part over shall be ignored in calculating the overs remaining to be bowled in the match. If the loss of time results in less than 20 overs being available to the team batting second, the game shall be abandoned unless, in the sole opinion of the umpires, a result remains achievable. Drinks intervals shall be agreed in accordance with Law 15.2 but no more than two breaks per innings are permitted. Time taken for drinks shall be regarded as an Interval in accordance with Law 15.9.

The Ball

3.1. 3.2. 3.3.

All matches shall be played with cricket balls approved by the League. A new ball must be taken at the start of each innings. The home club shall ensure that the umpires are provided with an adequate supply of spare balls of appropriate quality.

4.

Number of Overs Per Bowler

4.1. In a 50 overs match, no bowler may bowl more than 10 overs in an innings. 4.2. In a match of less than 50 overs no bowler may bowl more than one fifth of the total overs available. Where the total overs are not divisible by 5, an additional over shall be allowed to the minimum number of bowlers necessary to make up the balance. E.g. in an innings of 37 overs, a maximum of 2 bowlers may bowl 8 overs. 4.3. In the event that a reduction in overs results in one or more bowlers having exceeded the newly calculated maximum then the umpires shall calculate the overs allowed for the remaining bowlers. A bowler who has exceeded the new maximum shall be permitted to complete an incomplete over. E.g. Match reduced to 33 overs, one bowler has bowled 10 – 3 bowlers may bowl a maximum of 6 overs and 1 bowler may bowl a maximum of 5. 4.4. A part over shall count as a full over only insofar as each bowler's limit is concerned.

5.

5.1.

Restriction on the Placement of Fielders

Outer Fielding Circles Two semi-circles shall be drawn on the field of play. The semi-circles shall have as their centre the middle stump at either end of the pitch. The radius of each of the semi-circles shall be 30 yards. The ends of each semi-circle shall be joined to the other by a straight line drawn on 34


the field on the same side of the pitch. The fielding restriction area should be marked by 'dots' at five-yard intervals, each 'dot' to be covered by a white plastic or rubber (but not metal) disc measuring seven inches in diameter. During the Power Play overs, only two fielders shall be permitted outside this fielding restriction area at the instant of delivery. 5.2. Inner Fielding Circles Two inner circles shall be drawn on the field of play. The circles shall have as their centres the centre point of the popping crease at either end of the pitch. The radius of each of the circles shall be 15 yards. The fielding restriction area should be marked by ‘dots’, ideally with different colours at either end. The segment of the circles reserved for the slip and gully positions shall not be marked. 5.3. Mandatory Powerplay During the first 10 overs of the innings, at the instant of delivery there must be: 5.3.1. A minimum of two stationary fielders within the Inner Fielding Circle. When a fast bowler is bowling the two stationary fielders may be permitted to stand deeper than 15 yards when fielding in Slip, Leg Slip or Gully positions. 5.3.2. A maximum of two fielders outside the Outer Fielding Circle. 5.4. Batting Powerplay 5.4.1. The Batting side shall choose a period of FIVE overs (the Batting Powerplay). The decision on when to receive these overs shall be made by the batsmen at the wicket as or before the umpire reaches the Bowler’s End at the start of a new over. The Batting Powerplay must be completed by the end of the 40th over. 5.4.2. During the period of the Batting Powerplay there must be a maximum of three fielders outside of the Outer Fielding Circle. 5.5. During the non Powerplay Overs, at the instant of delivery no more than five fielders shall be permitted outside the Outer Fielding Circle. 5.6. At the instant of delivery, there may not be more than five fielders on the leg side. 5.7. Infringement of Fielding Restrictions 5.7.1. In the event of an infringement of any of the fielding restrictions specified in 5.3, 5.4, 5.5 and 5.6 above the Umpire at the Striker’s End shall call and signal 'No Ball'. 5.7.2. If in the opinion of either batsman the Striker's End Umpire fails to call and signal No Ball when either these fielding restrictions or Law 41.5 (Limitation of On-side fielders) have been breached them immediately the ball becomes dead, either batsman may draw the matter to the attention of either umpire. If the Striker's End Umpire is able to verify the breach, he shall call and signal No Ball. If the striker's end Umpire is unable to verify the breach then he shall confirm that the events of the delivery shall be unchanged. 5.8. In matches played with less than 50 overs per side the Powerplay overs will be reduced as follows: Numbers of Overs for Field Restrictions when overs are reduced Innings Duration 47 – 50 42 – 46 37 – 41 32 – 36

6.

Mandatory Powerplay 10 9 8 7

Batting Powerplay 5 5 4 4

Innings Duration 27 – 31 22 – 26 20 – 21

No Ball

Mandatory Powerplay 6 5 4

Batting Powerplay 3 3 2

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6.3. Free Hits 6.3.1. In addition to 6.2 above, the delivery following a No Ball called for a breach of Law 24.5 (Fair Delivery – The Feet) or 24.6 (Bowler breaking wicket in delivering the ball) shall be a Free Hit for whichever batsman is facing it. 6.3.2. If the delivery for the Free Hit is not a legitimate delivery (i.e. a No Ball or a Wide Ball) then the next delivery will become a Free Hit for whichever batsman is facing it. 6.3.3. For a Free Hit, the striker can be dismissed only as specified in Law 24.15 (Out from a No Ball), even if the delivery for a free hit is called a Wide Ball. 6.3.4. Any fielding restrictions under Rule 7 in place will apply for the Free Hit delivery. Field changes are NOT permitted for Free Hit deliveries unless there is a change of striker. However, in all circumstances, any fielder within 15 yards of the striker may retreat to a position on the same line no more than 15 yards from the striker. 6.3.5. When the ball is dead and after signalling No Ball to the scorers, the Umpires will call and signal a Free Hit by extending one arm straight upwards and moving it in a circular motion. 6.3.6. The free hit delivery after a foot fault no ball counts as a ball in the over unless it in turn is a Wide or No Ball.

7.

Wide Ball

8.

The Bowling of Fast Short Pitched Balls (Bouncer) and Beamers

7.1.

Law 25 shall apply with the following addition; 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. 7.2. A leg side wide shall be called if, irrespective of where the ball pitches, it passes outside the line of the Striker and the leg stump, irrespective of any movement by the Striker. 7.3. A ball that passes between the Striker and the leg stump shall not be judged a Wide. 7.4. An off side wide shall be called if, in the umpire’s opinion, the delivery has passed between the 17 inch line and the Return Crease and the Striker has not brought it within reach of a run-scoring stroke. 8.1.

Law 42.6(a) (i) shall be replaced with: A bowler shall be limited to one fast short pitched ball per over. The umpire at the bowler’s end will make it clear to both the bowler and the batsmen at the wicket when such a delivery within this limit is bowled. This ruling shall apply even though the striker has made contact with the ball with his bat, person or equipment. A short pitched ball is defined as one that passes or would have passed over shoulder height of the Striker standing upright at the crease. It is unfair if the limit is exceeded and the umpire shall call and signal No Ball on each such occasion. In addition, the umpires will adopt the procedures of law 42.7. 8.2. Law 42.6(a) (ii) shall apply but the penalty of a No Ball shall be replaced by a Wide, unless the Striker makes contact with the ball with his bat. For the avoidance of any doubt, any fast short pitched delivery that is called a Wide under this playing condition shall also count as the allowable short pitched delivery in that over under 8.1. 8.3. Law 42.6 (b) is amended to read as follows: Any high full pitch ball (regardless of its pace) which passes or would have passed above waist height of the striker standing upright at the crease shall be called and signalled No Ball by the umpire at the Bowler’s end. 8.4. In addition, if the high full pitched ball is fast, it shall be deemed dangerous and unfair and the umpire at the Bowler’s end, in addition to the call and signal of No Ball, will adopt the procedures of Law 42.7. Law 42.7 (b) shall not apply and the caution in Law 42.7 (a) shall be replaced by a first and final warning. For avoidance of doubt, the warnings in respect of 8.1, 8.2 and 8.3 are cumulative.

9.

9.1.

Over Rate Penalties

All sides are expected to be in position to bowl the first ball of the last of their 50 overs within 36


195 minutes of playing time. 9.2. Time may be added at the discretion of the umpires for any stoppage or delay in play that exceeds THREE minutes. Under rule 2.9 time shall be added for a Drinks Interval. When the umpires agree that time is to be allowed for a stoppage they shall inform the batsmen and the captain of the fielding side and the scorers of the time to be allowed. There are NO additional time allowances for lost balls, moving of sight screens or any other delay in play that do not exceed three minutes. 9.3. In the event that the fielding side fails to meet the requirement of 9.1 the full quota of overs will be completed and six runs shall be added to the score of the batting side for each whole over that has not been bowled. The umpires will inform the captain of the fielding side of the number of overs not bowled and the number of runs to be credited to the batting side. The runs will be added to the score of the batting side immediately after the ball becomes dead at the end of the innings. This rule will apply to both innings of the match. 9.4. If the side fielding second is penalised under rule 11.3 and the runs to be added take the score of the batting side past that of the side batting first then the runs will be added immediately and the match shall be deemed to be won by the side batting second. 9.5.. If the innings is terminated before the scheduled or re-scheduled cut off time no over rate penalty shall apply. 9.6.. If the start of an innings is delayed or an innings is interrupted, the over rate penalty will apply based on the revised number of overs and the re-scheduled cessation time for that innings. The umpires shall inform the fielding team captain when taking the field for the first time and on every subsequent occasion if play is interrupted by the weather, of the scheduled time for that innings. The time allowed to bowl the overs shall be calculated on the basis of four minutes per over

10. Result

10.1. A result may only be achieved if both teams have had the opportunity of batting for at least 20 overs, unless the team batting second has scored more runs than its opponents or has achieved its target score as hereinafter defined in fewer than 20 overs. 10.2. Except as provided in 10.4 a match shall be won by the team which has scored the most runs in its completed innings. 10.3. Except as provided in 10.4 a tie shall be achieved if the scores are level at the conclusion of the match, irrespective of the number of wickets lost by either team. 10.4. If after an interruption in play after the start of the match the number of overs to be received by either side is reduced to a lesser number than allocated before the start then a revised Par Score and Target Score shall be set for the side batting second to achieve. This will be calculated using the Duckworth/Lewis system as specified by the League. If the Target Score is reached or exceeded the side batting second shall be deemed to have won. If the Par Score is equalled the match is a Tie. If the Par Score is not reached the side batting first shall be deemed to have won. Such result shall be reported as “A win under the D/L method�.

11. Points

Win:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 points Tie: . . . . . . . . . . 15 points each No result: . . . . . 10 points each or bonus earned whichever is the greater Cancelled: . . . . . 10 points each Bonus points awarded to the losing side or, in the event of a match without a result, to both sides. No bonus points will be awarded for a match ending as a Tie (a Tie being a match in which the scores are level, irrespective of the number of wickets lost by each side). Batting. . . . . . . . . 1 point for reaching 150, 175, 200, 225, 250, 275 and 300 Bowling. . . . . . . . 1 point each for taking 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 wickets 7 bowling bonus points will be gained if a side is all out, regardless of the number of wickets taken. 37


General

Duckworth Lewis Procedure Premier Division & Championship

1.

If either club taking part in the match has a working laptop computer then the Professional Edition will be used to calculate the Target Score. If neither club has a working laptop computer, or in the event of failure of all of the computer(s) for any reason then the Standard Edition will be used to calculate the Target Score. It is the responsibility of the Home club to ensure that the D/L methodology can be applied correctly. All references to D/L software in these procedures shall, when applicable, be interpreted as calculations using the tables in the Standard Edition. 2. Where the D/L Professional Edition is used all clubs shall use only the Duckworth Lewis (D/L) software provided by the League in making the calculations. 3. Definitions: The Professional Edition will give a Target Score and a table of Par Scores. The Target Score equals the Par Score plus 1. The Standard Edition involves a calculation which will yield a number with decimal places. Rounding this number down gives the Par Score; rounding it up gives the Target Score.

Duckworth Lewis Match Manager 4.

5. 6.

7.

8.

9.

The Home club is responsible for ensuring that a person competent in the way the D/L calculations should be performed is appointed for each match. That person should be responsible for all D/L calculations and for the communication of such information to all relevant parties. The person appointed will here be referred to as the D/L Match Manager (DLMM). The DLMM will ensure that the approved current version of the D/L software is available and can be operated in a location where there is instant communication with the scorers. Where a PA system announcer and/or representatives from the media are at the ground it is the responsibility of the Home club to ensure that they are informed as necessary of all D/L Target Scores. When Team 1’s innings has been completed: If overs have been lost during Team 1’s innings or before Team 2’s innings can start, as soon as Team 2’s allocation of overs is known, the DLMM will confirm Team 2’s revised Target Score and communicate this to the persons specified in the Appendix. In all matches, the DLMM will run the D/L software and produce an over-by-over print-out of the Par Score schedule and make as many copies as are needed. The print-out should be distributed to the persons specified in the Appendix. If he judges that it may be required, the DLMM will also distribute the ball-by-ball print-out to the persons specified in the Appendix. When the umpires have decided to resume play they will inform the DLMM promptly, whenever possible not less than 10 minutes before play is due to start, of the revised number of overs. The DLMM will run the D/L software and confirm Team 2’s revised Target Score to the umpires and, if applicable, the scoreboard operator. He will then produce over-by-over and ball-by ball print-outs of the Par Scores, make copies and distribute the over-by-over table (and the ball-by-ball table at his discretion) as quickly as possible to the parties specified in the Appendix, ensuring that both captains and , if applicable, the scoreboard operator, receive their copies immediately. If, during Team 2’s innings, Team 2 incurs a penalty for which 5 runs are awarded to Team 1, the DLMM will ensure that the scoreboard operator adds these 5 runs to Team 2’s Target Score and to all Par Scores. The DLMM will enter the penalty runs in the D/L software but not 38


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produce revised Par Score print-outs until these would be required in any case by virtue of a further loss of overs. After such an interruption, the DLMM should maintain a check that the correct revised Target Score and Par Score are displayed on the scoreboard. At the end of the game, the DLMM should enter the final match information into the D/L software and confirm that the winning margin is correctly recorded and announced.

Duties of scoreboard operator 11.

12.

13.

Any revised Par Score should be displayed as soon as it has been communicated to him. On scoreboards where there is insufficient room to display both the score actually made by Team 1 and the Par Score that Team 2 must exceed, the scoreboard should show the Par Score. From the time when half the minimum number of overs required for the game to be viable have been received by Team 2 (or earlier if desired), the D/L Par Score should be displayed. This should be the figure relating to the end of the over in progress and it should be updated just as each new over is about to commence. (For example, for matches where 20 overs per side would constitute a valid match, the Par Score should be displayed no later than the start of the 11th over.) It should also be updated upon the fall of a wicket and before the new batsman has walked out to bat. It should be the figure as printed in the Par Score print-out for the end of that over (remembering to add any penalty runs incurred as described in item 9 above). The requirement to display the Par Score may be waived with the consent of the umpires and both captains. Do not add one run to this Par Score and then refer to this as a Target Score. [Note: Because it provides information to spectators on the progress of Team 2 towards their target, the Par Score should be displayed as described in this paragraph whether or not there is a reserve day and regardless of the current weather conditions.] When play is suspended during Team 2’s innings the scoreboard should display the Par Score for the exact number of overs and balls bowled and retain this display for the duration of the stoppage. When play resumes the display should revert to the Par Score for the end of the over in progress, as per item 12.

Appendix

List of people to whom D/L information shall be communicated: • the umpires • both team captains • scoreboard operator, if applicable • other parties at the discretion of the DLMM

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Match Rules - Divisions One to Twelve

1. Duration a)

b)

c)

Each match will start at 1.00pm 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. 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. 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 & 12

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)

ii) iii)

iv)

v)

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 (Divisions 11 & 12: four overs) more than the side batting second (subject to the laws governing a declaration). In the event of stoppages, the time available for completion of the first innings shall be reduced by half the total time lost. 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. 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 & 12), subject to the laws governing a declaration, to constitute a league match. 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 40


vi)

3.

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. Prior to the toss the home side is the ground authority for all games in Divisions 3 to 12 and is the sole arbiter of whether or not the ground is fit for play. After the toss the following shall apply as regards fitness of ground and weather: • Where there are two non-playing umpires they shall be the sole arbiters • Where there is one non-playing umpire then in the event of disagreement his decision shall prevail • Where there are no non-playing umpires the responsibility for determining the suitability of the conditions shall be with the two captains. They are to act having proper regard for their responsibilities for the safety and welfare of all participants. In the event that the two captains are unable to reach agreement a non-playing committee member of the home club shall be responsible for the decision. If no non-playing committee member is available then play will be suspended. Having suspended play it shall only be resumed with the consent of both captains. The conditions are to be regarded as unsuitable if there is a foreseeable risk of injury to any participant or where the conditions are such that it would be unreasonable to continue. Where the ground is so wet that the movement of the fielders or batsmen is restricted, or where there is surface water on the square, such conditions are to be regarded as unsuitable. For the avoidance of doubt: A game should be considered abandoned if the start is delayed by greater than 97 minutes (84 minutes in Divisions 11 & 12). 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.

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 (when scores finish level with the team batting second ‘all out’, i.e. has completed its innings) Cancelled and abandoned. . . 10 points or bonus points, whichever is the greater. Note: A minimum of 40 overs (36 overs in Divisions 11 & 12) 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. Also for the side batting second having lost the toss.) 140 runs - 1 point; 155 runs - 2 points; 170 runs - 3 points; 185 runs - 4 points; 200 runs - 5 points In Divisions 11 & 12, batting bonus points start at 110 runs (instead of 140). 110 runs - 1 point; 125 runs - 2 points; 140 runs - 3 points; 155 runs - 4 points; 170 runs - 5 points 41


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.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8. a)

b) c)

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).

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.

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.

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 (currently the superior quality ball in Divisions 1-3). A new ball shall be used from the start of the first innings in all matches and from the start of the second innings in all matches unless both captains agree to carry on with the old ball in accordance with the laws of cricket. Should the old ball be used then the side bowling second shall have the option of taking the new ball at any time up to the delivery of the first ball of the last 20 overs. In a rain affected match, if the teams are off the field at the start of the last 20 overs and the new ball has not been taken before the interruption to play when the umpires call ‘time’, it may not subsequently be taken and the match shall finish with the old ball. Note: All new and spare balls to be provided by the home team

Umpires and Scorers

Each club with a team playing in Divisions 1 to 6 is required to register with the League every umpire that it considers to be attached to the club whether that umpire has been supplied to the League or HCPL Umpires Panels or will be standing in a match below Division 2. Divisions 1 & 2: Umpires for matches will be appointed from a panel by an appropriate subcommittee. In Divisions 3 to 6 inclusive each club is required to register with the League a minimum of one umpire who meets one of the following requirements: • Attended and passed the ECB ACO training course at Level 1 or equivalent. • Received dispensation from the League on the grounds that the club has a long-standing experienced umpire. A League sub-committee will review and agree any dispensation on this basis.

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d)

e)

It is expected that the umpire(s) so registered will stand in all matches other than, exceptionally, in the case of holidays or illness. Failure to provide a registered umpire will result in a 5 point penalty for each match. The penalty of five points in (c) will not be applied where the club has supplied at least one umpire more than the number of teams it has in divisions where panel umpires are provided. However clubs are expected to make every effort to provide a registered umpire for the benefit of the participants in the match. Failure to provide a competent scorer for the duration of matches in Divisions 1 & 2 will result in a 5 point penalty. Note. It is intended that for the 2015 season all scorers for matches in Divisions 1 and 2 should have an ACO scoring qualification.

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 five 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 before 8pm on the Thursday prior to the date of the match, and formal acknowledgement of the change obtained from an officer of the opposing club and the umpires (where appropriate). No game shall be switched to a ground (or pitch) other than the one on which the game is scheduled and/or is normally used by the home team, after 8pm on the Thursday prior to the date of the match. Exceptional circumstances may apply, if a late change of ground is approved by the League Executive Committee. Artificial pitches may be only be used in games in Divisions 10-12.

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Readers Herts 20-20 Cup Competition - Rules 1.

Match Rules

This version of the rules is effective in all matches in the 20-20 Competition (“The Competition”). Except as varied hereunder the Laws of Cricket (2000 Code, 5th Edition 2013) shall apply.

2. Management 2.1.

The Competition shall be under the control of the League and all decisions relating to these rules or to matches played in the Competition shall be final and binding. 2.2. Clubs must play their home matches on the main square of their home ground unless prior permission has been obtained from the ECB Cricket Partnerships Department to move the fixture to an alternative ground. If such permission is not given, the ECB will order the match to be re-played on the opponent’s ground. Should the umpires report a pitch as being unfit, the ECB shall have the option of ordering the match to be replayed on the opponent’s ground, if time permits, or of awarding the match to the opposition.

3.

Competition Structure

The Competition will be organised on a group basis comprising four groups (the ‘Group Stage’). The winners of each group will qualify for the Semi-Finals. The Semi-Finals and Final will be held on a ‘Finals Day’.

4. Eligibility 4.1. 4.2.

All players shall be bona fide members of the club registered with the League Any club that fields an ineligible player shall be disqualified

5. Balls

5.1. All balls used in the Competition shall be those approved by the League 5.2. A new ball shall be used from the commencement of each innings 5.3. In all group matches the home club is responsible for providing the match balls. Balls for Finals Day will be provided by the League 5.4. The umpires are to be provided with at least six good quality spare balls before the start of the match. As soon as a ball is hit out of the playing area and not immediately found the umpire will obtain a replacement ball and continue with the match. The fielding side should not search for a lost ball.

6. Clothing

Players in all matches in the Competition may wear white or coloured clothing.

7. Umpires

7.1. In all group matches each club shall provide one umpire from the Panel. An umpire not standing on the Panel shall not be permitted to stand at Bowler’s End 7.2. On Finals Day the umpires will be appointed by the League from the Umpires Panel 7.3. All clubs must submit a report on the umpires for each match they play in the Competition 7.4. Umpires appointed by the Panel shall be entitled to receive a fee of £25 and each side shall pay one umpire. For the avoidance of doubt a sole umpire shall not be entitled to receive more than £25.

8. Scorers

Each team shall provide their own competent, non-playing scorer in all matches. If a team fails to provide a scorer a player has to be nominated from the team to take up the duty for the entire duration of the match.

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9. Fixtures 9.1.

9.2. 9.3.

9.4.

In the group stage each club is responsible for arranging its matches to ensure that the group stage is completed no later than Sunday 13th July Matches not completed by the deadline in 9.1 will be deemed to be cancelled To enable the Results service to work and all matches to be publicised on the League website the dates of all matches must be provided to the Results & Fixtures Secretary not later than 14 days before the match, or as soon as rearranged if less than 14 days. Failure to provide the details of fixtures will mean the result will not be recorded (see 11 below) Finals Day will take place on Sunday 27th July at a venue to be determined by the League

10. Team Sheets

Each side must provide the umpires with a fully completed and signed ECB approved team sheet before the Toss.

11. Results

All results must be reported using the standard League reporting system

12. Points and Group Winners

12.1. In Group matches points will be awarded as follows: Win: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 points Tie:. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 point each Cancelled or abandoned (and no rearrangement being possible): 1 point each 12.2. The winner of the group shall be the side with the highest number of points. In the event of two sides having the same number of points the following shall apply in order: 12.2.1. The side with the highest number of wins, but if still level 12.2.2. The side with the fewest defeats, but if still level 12.2.3. The side with the highest runs per wicket, calculated by aggregating all runs scored in completed matches divided by the total number of wickets lost 12.3. For Finals Day the sides to contest the Semi-Finals will be drawn at random from the four group winners.

1. Duration 1.1. 1.2.

2.

Playing Conditions

One innings per side, each limited to a maximum of 20 overs In an match that has a delayed start or is interrupted each side must have faced (or had the opportunity to face) a minimum of 5 overs in order to constitute a match

Hours of Play

The start time for Group matches shall be agreed between the two clubs, provided that the latest start time shall be 6.00 pm. The Close of Play for the purpose of clause 4 shall not be later than 8.45 pm.

3.

Over Rate

3.1.

Teams have 1 hour 15 minutes to commence bowling the 20th over. The fielding side must be in position to bowl the first ball of the 20th over within 75 minutes of playing time 3.2. A 6 run penalty shall apply for each over not bowled in the required time, as determined by the umpires 3.3. In reduced over matches the fielding side has a one over leeway in addition to any time that the umpires may allow for stoppages 3.4. 20 overs shall be bowled and the penalty runs shall be added to the final total 45


3.5. Umpires are instructed to apply a strict interpretation of time wasting by the batsman (5 run penalties). Batsmen are expected to be ready for the start of a new over as soon as the bowler is ready to bowl. 3.6. The time allowed to each team to bowl its overs may be extended by the umpires in exceptional circumstances, providing any relevant individual stoppage lasts longer than three minutes. Any such allowance must be agreed by the umpire(s) and notified to the teams at the time of the occurrence. The scorers are to informed as soon as practicable.

4.

Delayed start and Interruptions

4.1. The objective of rearranging overs is to give the greatest opportunity for a match of equal overs without reverting to a bowl out. If in the view of the umpires, taking into account the prevailing ground, weather and light conditions, it is considered to be most unlikely that the full quota of overs will be bowled in any match it is recommended that a pre-emptive decision is made to reduce overs in both innings equally. Any reduction in the number of overs shall be at the discretion of the umpires 4.2. In the event of an interruption or delay after the match has commenced, the calculation of the number of overs to be bowled shall be based upon: 4.2.1. If only one match is being played on the day: one over for every 4 minutes of the total time available for play up to the scheduled close of close of play, deducting 10 minutes for the Interval between innings. In any calculation of overs remaining the number of overs to be received by the side batting second shall not exceed the number of overs available to the side batting first. 4.2.2. If more than one match is being played on the day then the umpires shall be responsible for determining if any overs are to be deducted, having regard for the available playing time for all matches scheduled for the day. If overs are to be deduced the calculation shall be based on one over for every complete four minutes of playing time lost.

5.

Timed out

The incoming batsman must be in a position to take guard, or for his partner to be ready to receive the next ball, within 1 minute 30 seconds of the fall of the previous wicket. Any infringement of this rule shall result in the incoming batsman being dismissed Timed Out by the umpires. An appeal by the fielding side is not required

6.

Fielding restrictions

6.1. A fielding circle shall be marked Two semi-circles shall be drawn on the field of play. The semi-circles shall have as their centre the middle stump at either end of the pitch. The radius of each of the semi-circles shall be 30 yards (27.4 metres). The ends of each semi-circle shall be joined to the other by a straight line drawn on the field on the same side of the pitch. The field restriction area should be marked by painted white ‘dots’ at five-yard intervals, each ‘dot’ to be covered by a white plastic or rubber (but not metal) disc measuring seven inches in diameter. 6.2. For the first 6 overs of each innings at the instant of delivery only two fielders are permitted to be outside the field restriction marking defined in 6.1 6.3. In circumstances when the number of overs of the batting team is reduced, the restriction in 6.2 shall be reduced in accordance with the table below. Overs in match Number of overs Overs in match Number of overs with fielding restrictions with fielding restrictions 5 - 6 1 14 - 16 4 7 - 9 2 17 - 19 5 10 - 13 3

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Overs per bowler

8.

Free Hit after a foot-fault No ball

7.1. No bowler may bowl more than 4 overs. In the event of a match of fewer than 20 overs no bowler shall bowl more than 20% of the total overs in the innings 7.2. When an interruption occurs mid-over and on resumption the bowler has exceeded the new maximum allocation, he shall finish the incomplete over 7.3. In the event of a bowler breaking down and being unable to complete an over, another bowler will bowl the remaining balls. Such part of an over will count as a full over only in so far as each bowler’s limit is concerned 7.4. Where possible, the number of overs bowled by each individual bowler shall be indicated on the scoreboard, from the commencement of an innings 8.1.

The delivery following a no ball called for a foot fault shall be a free hit for whichever batsman is facing it. 8.2. If the delivery for the free hit is not a legitimate delivery (no ball or wide ball), then the next delivery shall become a free hit for whichever batsman is facing it. 8.3. For any free hit, the striker can be dismissed only under the circumstances that apply for a no ball, even if the delivery for the free hit is called wide ball. 8.4. Field changes are permitted for free hit deliveries providing all effective fielding restrictions are adhered to. 8.5. The umpires shall signal a free hit (after the normal no ball signal) by extending one arm straight upwards and moving it in a circular motion

9.

9.1.

9.2. 9.3.

9.4.

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. This penalty shall stand in addition to any other runs which are scored or awarded A leg side wide shall be called if, irrespective of where the ball pitches, it passes outside the line of the striker and the leg stump, despite his movement For additional clarity, a ball that passes between the batsman and the leg stump shall not be considered a wide. If a ball is hit by the batsman or if the ball hits any part of his equipment, it shall not be called a wide irrespective of where it pitched or where it would have passed Additional Crease Markings An additional crease marking shall be made 17” inside each Return Crease and between the Popping and Bowling creases Please note that the crease is the inside edges of both these new markings and the Return Crease markings.

10. Dangerous and Unfair Bowling

10.1. Law 42.6 (a) Bowling of Fast, short-pitched balls, will apply 10.2. Law 42.6 (b) Bowling of high full pitched balls, shall be amended to read as follows: Any high full pitched ball (regardless of its pace) which passes or would have passed above waist height of the striker standing upright at the crease shall be called and signalled No ball by the umpire at the bowler’s end. In addition, unless the high full pitched ball is a slow paced one, it shall be deemed dangerous and unfair and the umpire at the bowler’s end, in addition to the call and signal of No ball, will adopt the procedures of Law 42.7 10.3. Law 42.7 (Dangerous and Unfair Bowling - action by the umpire) applies except that the reference to Law 42.6 is the amended Law 42.6 in 10.2

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11. The Result

11.1. The umpires will be responsible for recording the score at the end of each over and will be the sole judges in deciding the winners in a game where a count back is required. 11.2. In a match in which both sides had the opportunity to bat for an equal number of overs, if the scores are level at the completion of the match then the team that has lost fewer wickets shall be adjudged the winner. In a Group Stage match if both sides have lost an equal number of wickets the result shall be a Tie. For a match on Finals Day 11.4 shall apply 11.3. In the event of the side batting in the 2nd innings not having an opportunity to receive the same number of overs as the 1st innings the target score shall be calculated by using the average run rate (calculated to two decimal points) based on the number of legitimate balls faced. If the target score is exceeded the side batting second shall be the winner. In a Group Stage match if the average run rates for both sides are identical the result shall be a Tie. For a match on Finals Day 11.4 shall apply Example: 1st innings 125-5 in 90 balls (15 overs): Run rate 1.39 runs per ball. 2nd innings reduced to 10 overs: target score 83.4. 84 wins, 83 loses 11.4. In a match on Finals Day if the two sides have identical scores and wickets lost under 11.2 or identical run rates under 11.3 then the side with the highest score at the end of the 5th over shall be the winner. If still level then the side with the highest score at the end of the 4th, 3rd, 2nd and 1st overs shall be compared in that order to identify the winner. If no winner results from this process then rule 12 shall apply.

12. Bowl Out – Finals Day only

12.1. In the event of no result being obtained by other methods and where there is no reserve date on which to play the game, a bowl-out (outdoors or indoors) will take place to achieve a result. Five players from each side will bowl two over arm deliveries each at a wicket (conforming to Law 8) from a wicket pitched at a distance of 22 yards (or the length of pitch applicable in the Competition) with, if practicable, bowling, popping and return creases marked (conforming to Law 9) 12.2. 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 will bowl one ball each alternately to achieve a result on a ‘sudden death’ basis 12.3. The following shall also apply in respect of bowl-outs: a) 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 b) If a bowler bowls a No ball it will count as one of the two deliveries but will not count towards the score of the team. c) If the original match has started, then the five cricketers nominated to take part in the bowl-out must be chosen from the eleven cricketers and 12th man selected to play in the match. If there has been no play in the original match (the toss has not taken place), the five cricketers may be selected from any of the players in the squad as registered on Play-Cricket. d) Each side will appoint a wicket-keeper to stand behind the wicket but out of reach of the stumps. 12.4. In the event of a bowl out not being possible the result will be determined by the toss of a coin with both captains and their representative present.

13. Boundaries

Other than in exceptional circumstances the size of the boundary, measured from the middle of the pitch being used in a match, shall conform to the following dimensions: Minimum: 55m (60 yards) Maximum: 70m (77 yards)

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8.

9.

Readers Herts Trophy - Rules

The competition 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. Any club unable to fulfill a match must advise its opponents by 8 p.m. Friday preceding the game and obtain verbal acknowledgement of the cancellation from an officer of the opposing club. Failure to comply with these requirements will result in a financial penalty of £100, in total, payable to the opposing club and may not be invited to compete again. All players must be bona fide club members who are registered to play under the Hertfordshire Cricket League rules and have not played any Saturday League cricket for any other club in any league in the current season unless approval is given by the League Management Committee. This will normally be given when a bona fide club member is in full time education and the Committee is satisfied that it is not practical for the player to return to play for his/ her club at weekends. 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 Paul Blackwell. 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 Club Cricket Conference Cup, the Cockspur National Knock-out Cup, or the National Village Knock-out Competition, 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 HOME club to text the result to the automated results service used for League matches on 07800 140882 (see page 12 for full details of the text format). 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 report the result via text 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

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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 by 11.00pm on the Tuesday after the game will result in a fine of £20. 10.3 For the first two rounds non-playing umpires who are preferably members of the ECB Association of Cricket Officials (ECB ACO), 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 £40 each, to be shared equally between the competing clubs. 10.5 For the Semi Finals and Final the cost of the appointed umpires will be borne by the League. 10.6 Each club must provide a non-playing scorer in every round.

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12.

Guidelines and Discipline

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. Any Disciplinary matters will be dealt with under Rule 12 of the Hertfordshire Cricket League Constitution and the nominated committee.

Readers Herts 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. 1.2 1.3

2.

2.1

2.2.

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. All matches shall start at 1 p.m. with the exception of the Semi Finals (12.30 p.m.) and Final (12.00 noon). 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.

Shortened Matches

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. 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. 50


2.3

3.

3.1

3.2 3.3

4.

5.

5.1

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.

Slow Play

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. 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. 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.

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 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

Restriction of Bowlers

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

6.2

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. 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 the 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. 51


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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. 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

8.

8.1 8.2

8.3

8.4 8.5

9.

If covers are available then the entire pitch should be covered immediately upon rain intervening.

Restriction of the Placement of Fielders

Throughout the innings a maximum of five fielders may field on the leg side of the pitch. 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. 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. In the event of an infringement, the square leg umpire shall call and signal ‘No Ball’. 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.

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.

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 in Duration Fielding Innings Restrictions 25-26 7 27-29 8 30-33 9 34-36 10 37-39 11 40-43 12 44-46 13 47-49 14

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Appendix 2 - Rules For A Bowl-out

The following procedure will apply to a bowl-out, either indoors or outdoors, arranged under Playing Condition 4(c). 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. 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. 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. 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

Match Secretary Doreen Browne 1 Darnhills Watford Road, Radlett, WD7 8LQ Tel: 01923 854985

Trophy Result Reporting

Results Richard White 36 Seeleys, Harlow Essex CM17 0AD Tel: 0208 485 8444

All results are to be reported via text using the same process as for Saturday League matches. The HOME club must text the result to the automated results service on 07800 140882 (see page 14 for full details of the text format). The team codes are provided on the pages with the draw. Please note that the team codes are similar to those used for the Saturday matches, but have a zero to go with the 2 character team code.

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Overseas Players - Divisions 1 to 12

Clubs should be extremely careful when signing an Overseas Player. The UK Border Agency is operating strict rules on overseas sports visitors with less than six months visas or work permits. Therefore, clubs have a requirement to check and view a players details & documentation very carefully, to establish their true status. All Overseas players must register, using the standard league form for 2014 with SHCL Registration Secretary , prior to playing as per league rule 13, obtainable from SHCL website - www.hertsleague.co.uk.

SHCL Category 1 Player 2014

Players, not permanently resident in the two years proceeding league season may have “Right of Abode” status in UK and therefore may be registered as a Category 1 Player under SHCL Player Registration rules. These players will normally either be a • UK passport holder • EU passport holder • Dual passport holder ie UK & one other passport • Meet UK ancestral qualifications • Have other UK “Right of Abode” qualifications Clubs can register these players with SHCL Registration secretary, thereby negating any possible complaints. However clubs should keep details of these Players documents subject to a possible league investigation following an eligibility allegation.

SHCL Category 3 Player 2014

SHCL rules require an Overseas Player (non EU), resident in UK for less than two years, to be registered as a category 3 player subject to: 1. Compliance to UK Border Agency tier 5 rules or 2. Compliance to UK Border Agency Sports Visitor Visa rules or 3. Meets UK “Right of Abode” qualifications 4. They have been resident in UK for less that two years with a work permit outside of cricket

Category 3 - Tier 5 player

These players do not normally qualify to play in SHCL and clubs should contact Registration Secretary for guidance prior to registering players with these credentials. A tier 5 Player can only enter UK, if the Club has a Sponsors Licence and the Club has issued the player with a Certificate of Sponsorship. Requirements for a Tier 5 is for 1. Player / Coach or Coach only 2. The Club must be a Premier League club 3. Meet sporting criteria 4. Meet coaching criteria

Category 3 - Non - Tier 5 player

A Non Tier 5 player may be registered as a category 3 player, providing they entered UK in one of the following UK Border Agency categories:1. Has a Sports Visitors visa 2. Is a Non- Visa National 3. Has equivalent UK visa The requirements of a SPORTS VISITORS VISA is: to play as an amateur, in a wholly or predominantly amateur team. Other requirements for entering the UK as a Sports Visitor are that the player does not intend to 1. Undertake paid or unpaid employment 2. Produce goods or provide services 3. Do a course of study 4. Marry or register a civil partnership 5. Receive private medical treatment The player must also show that: 1. They are 18 or over 2. They intend to visit the UK for no more than six months 3. They intend to leave the UK at the end of their visit 4. They have enough money to support and accommodate themselves without working or help from 54


public funds, or they and any dependants will be supported and accommodated by relatives or friends. 5. They can meet the cost of the return or onward journey 6. They are not in transit to a country outside the UK “common travel area”. It is emphasised that a player who is registered as a Category 3 non-tier 5 SHCL Player, must not receive any remuneration for playing or coaching cricket. If it is discovered that at any time that a player registered by this route or has received money for playing or coaching cricket, the player and the club will face disciplinary action by the league and they will be reported to the ECB and the UK Border Agency.

Non-Visa Nationals

A NON-VISA NATIONAL must conform to the same UK Border Agency requirements as for obtaining a SPORTS VISITORS VISA. Cricketers entering UK as a Non-Visa National are usually visiting from one of the following countries:-Australia, New Zealand. Canada and some West Indian Islands, mainly Barbados. Be prepared: Non- visa Nationals do not normally need a visa to come to the UK as a visitor for up to 6 months, but you are not guaranteed entry into the UK. It is recommended that all visitors bring relevant documents to prove/show to UK Border Agency, Immigration Officers to confirm their status. Category 3 - Non - Tier 5 player, may have “Right of abode” A category 3 player, classed as a Non Tier 5 player may be registered, as having “right of abode”, providing they entered UK in one of the following UK Border Agency categories:1. Is subject to country of origin Youth Mobility scheme or similar scheme 2. Meets other “right of abode” requirement These players have similar rights as other UK citizens, however be aware that these players may be subject to ECB Overseas Coach requirements.

SHCL - OVERSEAS PLAYER - Procedure

All Overseas players must register with SHCL Registration Secretary , prior to playing as per league rule 13, using the standard league form for 2014, obtainable from SHCL website. When registering a player, the club official must visually confirm the players documents and in particular should take note of the players 1. Passport origin, number and date it expires 2. Date of last entry into UK 3. Visa type and length of stay 4. Overseas Federal Police Clearance, if required

SHCL - OVERSEAS PLAYER - Ineligible

The following are ineligible to play in SHCL as a category 3 player:• Any player who enters UK with a cricket specific sponsors licence • Any player that visits UK from outside UK (EU) and does not conform to “Right of Abode” status • Any player that visits UK with a General Visitors Visa and is NOT eligible to carry out activities undertaken by a person with a Sports Visitor Visa Be aware of players who only have a visa/permit for six months or less

SHCL - OVERSEAS PLAYER – Ineligibility Penalty

Any club playing an ineligible Overseas player will be subject to disciplinary procedues for every match that the player plays.

OVERSEAS COACH

An Overseas coach must register with ECB prior to undertaking coaching duties whether paid or voluntary. Overseas Coach Registration form is available on ECB website Certificates required are: • Recent overseas FEDERAL police clearance • ECB approved coaching certificate • Current First Aid & SPC certificates

Richard Burling - March 2014

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Club Welfare Responsibilities & Requirements to play Cricket in SHCL All clubs should implement the following welfare requirements as a minimum, prior to playing in Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League, thereby complying with their Youth Duty of Care responsibilities & requirements and associated responsibilities:1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

12. 13. 14.

Be Associated or Affiliated to Hertfordshire County Cricket Association (thereby become affiliated to ECB) Adopt and implement ECB “Safe Hands” policy as part of Clubs constitution Approve SHCL Welfare letter, & signed by a Club senior committee person Appoint club welfare officer, who must be appropriately trained. Approve Club “Safeguarding policy” Ensure ALL Team Captains are DBS checked at start of season Ensure All Team Captains are properly briefed on their responsibilities prior to season commencement Ensure ALL Club Umpires & Scorers are DBS checked at start of season Ensure all ECB Directives, Guidelines & Regulations are adhered to Ensure All Overseas Coaches are appropriately registered with ECB Ensure Club has • An Equity policy • An Anti Bullying policy • Adopted Code of Conduct for Players • Adopted Code of Conduct for Members and Guests • Changing Room policy • Photography and Video Camera guidelines • Social Media policy • Data Protection policy • Disciplinary Procedure Ensure Club meets appropriate First Aid requirements Ensure location of local hospitals, phone numbers etc. are displayed on Club Notice board Ensure appropriate Club Insurance policies are up to date. • Including minimum £5million Indemnity for Public Liability Insurance. Richard Burling SHCL Welfare Officer County Welfare Officer

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Club Welfare Update DBS checks of all regular SHCL Team Captains is... NOT OPTIONAL SHCL Constitution rule 12g clearly states that g) Before July 31st, in the event of an allegation against an ineligible player being proven (subject to appeal) the team fielding the ineligible player will have 10 points deducted. On each subsequent occasion that team fields an ineligible player, it will incur a 10 points deduction and an additional penalty of 10 points and after July 31st the team fielding the ineligible player shall be deemed to have conceded the game (see match rule 3) and in each case within this clause an ineligible player shall be deemed to include a captain registered on the League website as captain who has not been DBS checked Popular questions.

1.

What does this mean?

In reality the designated regular team captain, as nominated on SHCL website has to be DBS verified and approved by ECB prior to match. All will be checked prior to season’s commencement

2.

What is a regular team Captain?

3.

What happens if you change Captain?

A regular team captain is a player who captains on average once every two weeks throughout the season.

If a team changes their official team Captain then the Club must change the detail as specified on SHCL website. SHCL will only accept the website Captain as the official regular Captain Club administration issues are the Club's responsibility. If a Club changes a regular team Captain during the season, they would be prudent to inform the SHCL Registration secretary in advance. This could save unnecessary wasted time.

4.

What happens if the captain is injured or is unavailable?

5.

What do you do if there’s a suspicion that the opposition are not complying with this requirement?

A stand-in Captain for one match does NOT have to be verified. However, as captain the player will still be responsible for his teams “spirit of cricket “ responsibilities and for ensuring that all ECB Directives, Guidelines and Regulations are implemented.

If for any reason you suspect the opposition are not complying with this or any other Registration requirement you email your suspicions/information to SHCL Registration secretary – paul.blackwell23@btinternet.com. All allegations must be made by 10pm on the Tuesday evening following the match.

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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.

Youth Players in Open Age Cricket To be eligible to play in Open Age cricket, Youth players must be in Under 13s age group or older and adhere to the following conditions: (Under 13 at midnight on 31st August in the year preceding the current season) • The Parent/Guardian of an Under 13 must give written permission to their club to play in the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League. Form on SHCL website • This form must be received by the club prior to registering the player in SHCL • This form must be signed by an ECB CA Level Two Coach to verify that the players' development would be enhanced by playing in Open Age cricket • The Club’s Welfare Officer should keep the written permission in a safe place • SHCL Committee may, in certain circumstances, ask clubs to provide evidence of a player’s written permission Players in Under 12s County Spring & Summer Squads are also eligible to play, provided conditions above are adhered to. Where players are required to stand as an umpire, only as a last resort should players aged under 18 umpire any part of a match, unless qualified as an umpire or by agreement between both captains. Where possible, any under 18 umpire should stand only at the striker’s end, with an adult at the bowler’s end.

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. 58


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 In line with ECB has regulations covering the minimum fielding distances for young players in all matches where a hard ball is used. • 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 31st August in the year preceding the current season.

Safety Guidance on the Wearing of Cricket Helmets by Young Players In February 2000 the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) issued safety guidance on the wearing of helmets by young players up to the age of 18. In brief, the guidance recommends that: • helmets with a faceguard or grille should be worn when batting against a hard cricket ball in matches and in practice sessions • young players should regard a helmet with a faceguard as a normal item of protective equipment when batting, together with pads, gloves and, for boys, an abdominal protector (box) • young wicket keepers should wear a helmet with a faceguard, or a wicketkeeper face protector when standing up to the stumps. With the assistance of schools, cricket clubs and leagues, the wearing of helmets by young players is now standard practice in cricket throughout England and Wales. Helmets are widely available and are covered by a British Standard (BS7928:1998). A face protector represents an alternative head protection system for young wicket keepers. Face protectors are, at the time of publication of this guidance, a relatively new innovation. Wicketkeeper Face Protectors are covered by a new British Standard (BS 7928 – 2 :2009). The original guidance allowed parents or guardians to give their written consent to allow a young player not to wear a helmet. However now parental consent not to wear a helmet should not be accepted in any form of cricket. This guidance applies to all players up to the age of 18, both in adult cricket and in all junior cricket played with a hard cricket ball. The guidance also applies during all practice sessions. Any individual taking responsibility for players should take all reasonable steps to ensure that this guidance is followed at all times. The ECB asks that the guidance is communicated to the parents or guardians of all young players through clubs and schools, and that young players are not allowed to bat or stand up to the stumps when keeping wicket against a hard ball without wearing appropriate protection.

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Match Day Procedures and Registration Wednesday prior to match by 10pm – deadline for registering Overseas & Overseas Resident players (categories 3 & 3a) Download the form from www.hertsleague.co.uk/overseas.doc Match Day (Saturday) by 10am – deadline for registering all category 1 (i.e. UK citizen) players in your club’s section at www.hertsleague.co.uk - select Registration from the menu to login. • Players' full First and Surnames must be registered (initials will not be accepted). • Same full registered name must be used on team sheet and in scorebook. • Players aged under 19 must be identified on registration site and team sheet Match Day - before the toss, a minimum of 15 minutes and maximum of 30 minutes before the start time, both captains shall hand a completed team sheet to the umpires or, where no non-playing umpire, to the opposing captain. The match cannot start until this is completed. Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League - Team Sheet Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Team. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Division . . . . . . . . . . . . . Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . First name

Surname

Under 13 Consent Form held

Under 18 on day of match

Age Group for Fast Bowlers

First name

Captain:

7

Wicketkeeper:

8

3

9

4

10

5

11

Surname

Under 13 Consent Form held

Under 18 on day of match

Age Group for Fast Bowlers

Sub

6

Each player's full name is to be entered onto this Team Sheet which must match the name registered with the League and shown in the scorebook

Both sides of this sheet must be completed and signed by the person responsible for the team and handed to the umpires (or exchanged with the opposing captain) prior to the toss. Age Group based on age at midnight on 31 August of previous year. Fast Bowling Directives apply to players in the under 19 age group and younger.

Umpires marking (Divisions 1 & 2 only) Marks should be jointly agreed by both umpires whenever possible. Any reports on unacceptable behaviour should be submitted separately on official report forms. Where practical, umpires planning to submit such a report should advise the captain or an officer of the club concerned, before leaving the ground.

Team behaviour (Tick one box): Home team marking:

Very poor

Poor

Hospitality (out of 10):

Acceptable

Good

Facilities (out of 5): Pitch

Very good Outfield

The Toss. In Divisions 2 and above it is a requirement that the two umpires are present at the toss. Captains and umpires are requested to ensure that this requirement is met. In Division 3 and below it is recommended that the umpires are present at the toss. This is to ensure that all relevant match rules and regulations are discussed and agreed, including but not limited to the various ECB directives. After the match any substitutes used shall be added to the team sheet. All team sheets must be countersigned as valid by one non-playing umpire (where there are umpires) and by the opposition captain. Posting team sheets: Divisions 2 and above: team sheets to be returned to the League Registrations Officer by the appointed umpires. Divs 3 and below: team sheets from opposing teams to be retained after the game by each captain whose club should check on the league web site that the opposition’s players are all registered. Any discrepancies to be reported to the League within three days. Otherwise team sheets should not be posted to the League and can be destroyed if there are no issues arising. Penalties: Any player who takes part in a league match and is not registered on the League web site by the stated deadlines, or incorrectly registered, shall be deemed ineligible for that match. In the event of an allegation against an ineligible player being proven (subject to appeal) the team fielding the ineligible player will have 10 points deducted. On each subsequent occasion that team fields an ineligible player, it will incur a 10 points deduction and an additional penalty of 10 points. 60


Umpires

Other Match Day Requirements

Cancellation: In the event of cancellation through wet weather, umpires should be notified where possible no later than 2 hours before the scheduled start time, otherwise both umpires’ expenses will be payable. In the event of a cancellation, the HOME club is responsible for contacting BOTH umpires. Panel umpires expenses BEFORE THE MATCH each captain will pay one of the umpires. In the Premier Division and Championship the fee is £50 and in Divisions 1 and 2 the fee is £40. If only one umpire is present he shall receive £80 (£40 from each team). Umpires positions. If there is only one non-playing umpire he shall stand at the bowler’s end throughout the match.

Cricket balls The home club is required to supply umpires with all match balls and sufficient spare balls (which must be of the make and specification in line with the League rules).

Results

After the Match

Home team to report the results via text message to 07800 140882 by 9pm on match day. See page 12 for full details. Penalty: 5 point fine for failure to make the call by the deadline. Note: Any fines for non-provision of an umpire / scorer or where bonus points should be deducted for taking wickets outside the time limits should be reported to the Results Secretary, Michael Wood via email to results@hertsleague.co.uk (or 0208 485 8444 if email is not possible) within 48 hours of the match taking place. These will then be manually adjusted.

Facilities marking Marks to be entered via form on league website www.hertsleague.co.uk (link on home page) by 11pm Tuesday evening following the game. Any problems should be reported immediately to admin@hertsleague.co.uk. Penalty: Failure to submit a report or late submission will incur a fine of £20 on each occasion.

Umpires marking In the Premier Division and Championship marks are to be entered via the form on the ‘Who’s The Umpire’ system (www.whostheumpire.com) by 11pm Tuesday. Any problems must be reported immediately to Peter Hinstridge. Divisions 1-6, marks to be entered via form on league website www.hertsleague.co.uk (link on home page) by 11pm Tuesday evening following the game. Any problems should be reported immediately to admin@hertsleague.co.uk Penalty: In Divisions 2 and above, failure to submit marks or late submission will incur a fine of £20 on each occasion. NB Proforma forms are available on website to allow the captain to make notes regarding facilities and umpires for subsequent entry onto the website.

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Premier Divisions Player Registration The following regulations apply to the Premier Division and Championship: • • • • •

All players must be registered prior to playing as per SHCL Registration requirements All players must in first instance be registered to play in Hertfordshire Cricket League on their clubs play-cricket website, prior to registering on SHCL Club registration site. All Category 2, 3 & 3E players must be re- registered each season On Clubs SHCL Registration site there will be a box for “Premier” status which must be ticked by all Premier & Championship players No player can be register to play for more than one Premier club

Category 1

Qualified to play for ENGLAND & not a Category 2 player

Category 2

One per team - a player CONTRACTED to a First Class county and not an Overseas player

Category 3

Any player who does not qualify as a Category 1 or 2 or 3E player

Category 3E

A player who is not qualified to play for England but who has been permanently resident in the UK for a period of 18 months prior to registration and for whom any remuneration from cricket is not the main source of income.

Player eligibility conditions are set out below or if in doubt contact SHCL Registration Secretary for clarification • • • • •

It is the responsibility of Clubs and their nominated officer to check player details, against original documents Penalties for playing an unregistered player are a minimum ten point deduction for each occasion Clubs must keep copies of relevant registration documents, as SHCL may ask clubs to supply evidence of entry into UK including original visa & passport and / or evidence of permanent residency in order to verify information. SHCL may suspend any player if evidence required is not received within five days of request for information

For avoidance of doubt • • • • • • •

Category 1 players must be eligible to play for England or Ireland. To become a Category 1 player, an EU (non-UK or Irish) citizen has to be permanently resident in UK for four years prior to registration. Players with dual passports (one UK) will have to meet permanently resident qualifications to be eligible to play for England Category 3E players residency qualification is a minimum 18 months at time of registration Definition of an International match, are International matches for ICC Full Member Countries plus Ireland, Netherlands & Scotland at above under17 level. They include a T/20 match, as well as a 50/50 or a First Class match. Therefore only UK or Irish citizens or players who have NOT played an International match in previous five years at time of registration are eligible to register to play in SHCL Premier Divisions A player in an under13 age group or lower is ineligible to be registered in SHCL Premier Divisions.

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ECB Fast Bowling Directive The Fast Bowling Directives are designed to raise awareness of the need to nurture and protect our young fast bowlers through their formative years, and have been welcomed by a significant number of coaches and managers. Statistics clearly show that fast bowlers regularly win International matches, and if England is to achieve the vision of becoming the most successful and respected cricket nation, every effort must be taken to produce bowlers to reach the goal. The ECB fast bowling directives have changed following a two-year consultation process. The outcome is that bowlers up to under-15 level are now able to bowl longer spells and more overs in a day. Under the directives, which came into effect at the start of the 2010 season, bowlers at under-16 and under-17 level are now permitted to bowl an extra over per spell, but those in the under-18 and under-19 category have had the total number of overs they can deliver per day reduced from 21 to 18. The fast bowling directives are designed to raise awareness of the need to nurture and protect young fast bowlers through their formative years. Research has shown that fast bowlers are by far the most likely players to be missing playing and training time due to injury. U13

5 overs per spell

10 overs per day

U14, U15

6 overs per spell

12 overs per day

U16, U17, U18, U19

7 overs per spell

18 overs per day

Age groups are based on the age of the player at midnight on 31st August in the year preceding the current season. For the purpose 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 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 the 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. For guidance it is recommended that in any 7 day period a fast bowler should not bowl more than 4 days in that period and for a maximum of 2 days in a row.

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Disciplinary Regulations 1. Aims and Jurisdiction 1.1.

The Saracens Herts Cricket League (SHCL) Executive Committee is committed to maintaining the highest standards of behaviour and conduct. The SHCL take this commitment very seriously. 1.2. To this end, these discipline regulations, incorporating major parts of the ECB Model Code of Conduct and The Spirit of Cricket, have been adopted by this League. 1.3. The regulations shall be complied with by all those who participate under the jurisdiction of the SHCL. These regulations shall apply to any player at any club, at any level, under the auspices of any of the SHCL competitions. 1.4. The regulations are intended to provide assistance and uniformity to all clubs in dealing with any alleged breach of the Code of Conduct and The Spirit of Cricket and are aligned to ECB Non-First Class procedures. 1.5. Any club which fails to take all reasonable steps to ensure the proper conduct of its players, officials and/or members in all matters for which the club or its committee is responsible, or acts in any way which is prejudicial or detrimental to the interests or reputation of the League, breaches this Code of Conduct. 1.6. There is nothing in this Code preventing or discouraging clubs from applying additional or stronger sanctions against offenders than those appearing within the Code, whether or not they are the subject of a discipline report. To this end, it is important that clubs have their own code of conduct and disciplinary procedures in place. 1.7. For the purposes of these regulations, the expression ‘player’ shall throughout this document be deemed to mean and include not only any player, whether professional or otherwise, but also any member or official of any club or any other person involved in any incident of alleged misconduct occurring on any part of a cricket ground or building and not merely the field of play.

2.

Code of Conduct and Spirit of Cricket

2.1. Code of Conduct 2.1.1. The SHCL is committed to maintaining the highest standards of behaviour and conduct at cricket matches both on and off the field. All clubs and players, by virtue of their registration with the League, explicitly agree to abide by this Code of Conduct, which incorporates the Spirit of Cricket, and are bound by the provisions in these Regulations. 2.1.2. The captains are responsible at all times for ensuring that play is conducted within the Spirit of Cricket as well as within the Laws. 2.1.3. Players and club officials must at all times accept the umpire’s decision. Players must not show dissent at the umpire’s decision or react in a provocative or disapproving manner towards another player or a spectator. 2.1.4. Players and club officials shall not intimidate assault or attempt to intimidate or assault an umpire, another player, a club official or a spectator. 2.1.5. Players and club officials shall not use crude and/or abusive language (known as “sledging”), nor make offensive gestures or hand signals, nor deliberately distract an opponent. 2.1.6. Players and club officials shall not use language or gestures that offend, insult, humiliate, intimidate, threaten, disparage or vilify another person on the basis of that person’s race, religion, sexual orientation, colour, descent or national or ethnic origin. 2.1.8. Players and club officials shall not make any public or media comment which is detrimental to the League, clubs, umpires or the game in general. In this instance, media shall include press, radio, television, external websites, club websites, social networking sites and club match programmes. 2.1.9. Clubs must take adequate steps to ensure the good behaviour of their players, officials, members and supporters. 2.2. Spirit of Cricket 2.2.1. There are two Laws which place the responsibility for the team’s conduct firmly on the captain.

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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 any player failing to comply with the instructions of an umpire, criticising his decision by word or action, 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, requesting the latter to take action. 2.2.2. 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. 2.2.3. 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. 2.2.4. 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 2.2.5. The Spirit of the Game involves RESPECT for: • Your opponents • The role of the umpires • The game’s traditional values 2.2.6. 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: • Appeal knowing the batsman is not out • Advance towards an umpire in an aggressive manner when appealing • 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. 2.2.7. Violence There is no place for any act of violence on the field of play. 2.3. Failure to comply with the provisions of the Code of Conduct may lead to disciplinary action, irrespective of an alleged breach being related to a match not under the jurisdiction of the League.

3.

3.1.

Fair Play & Player Behaviour

The captains are responsible at all times for ensuring that play is conducted within the Spirit of Cricket as well as within the Laws 3.2. The SHCL has adopted the ECB Fair Play marking criteria, as set out on page 70. 3.3. All sides are expected to be aware of the criteria used to define the standard of behaviour expected of the captain and the team in any match. 3.4. In the divisions with Panel Umpires, i.e. the Premier Division, Championship, Division One and Division Two, the criteria will be used by the umpires both to mark the captain and the team and in conjunction with these Disciplinary Regulations. 3.5. In matches in divisions 3 to 6 the umpires should use the criteria in assessing whether an acceptable standard is being maintained by the captain and/or the team and in conjunction with these Disciplinary Regulations 3.6. In matches below division 6 non-playing umpires and captains should use the criteria to judge acceptable standards of behaviour and in conjunction with the Disciplinary Regulations

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4. Breaches 4.1.

A breach of the disciplinary regulations occurs when:a. Any player in the course of, or in connection with a match, offends against the Code of Conduct or acts at any time to prejudice the good name of interests of the League. b. Any club fails to properly control or discipline its players or acts in a manner prejudicial to the good name or interests of the League. 4.2. Any player or club committing such a breach shall be liable to penalties in the manner prescribed in this document. 4.3. A breach of the Code of Conduct will normally be categorised as Level 1, 2, 3 or 4, as set out in Appendix 1. 4.4. Reporting of Breaches 4.4.1. For a first offence of a Level 1 breach of the Code of Conduct in a match, the umpire(s) should warn the player as to his future conduct and advise him and his captain that any repetition in the match will result in a formal report. 4.4.2. If any player receiving such a warning then commits a further Level 1 breach in the match, the umpire(s) will advise him and his captain that they will be submitting a formal report. 4.4.3. Should the umpire(s) consider that the first offence of a Level 1 breach is sufficiently serious, they have the authority to decide to submit a formal report without having previously issued any warning. The player and his captain should be advised accordingly. 4.4.4. In all instances of any perceived Level 2, 3 or 4 breach, the umpire(s) must submit a formal, written report.

5. Procedure 5.1.

Notification that a report is to be submitted following any alleged breach of the Code of Conduct must first be advised, by the umpire(s), to the player and his captain or the executive of the player’s club, on the day of the alleged offence, prior to leaving the ground. 5.2. Any such alleged breach of the Code of Conduct subject to a report (to be known as ‘a complaint’) will then be notified by telephone to the Chairman of the League’s Discipline Committee (hereinafter referred to as ‘Discipline Chairman’) or his nominated deputy within 24 hours of the end of the match. The written report should be sent, preferably by e-mail, to be received within 72 hours of the end of the match. 5.3. The Discipline Chairman or his nominated deputy shall, as soon as reasonably practicable, inform the Secretary of the club against whom the complaint has been made. 5.4. It is intended that any breach of the Code of Conduct should in the first instance be dealt with by the participant’s club who shall notify the Discipline Chairman of any action taken. In the case of Level 1 and Level 2 breaches, this shall, as a minimum, be a two match (Level 1) or three match (Level 2) ban to be effective immediately. 5.5. Within 48 hours of receipt of the written complaint, the Discipline Chairman or his nominated deputy shall consider the complaint and resolve either: a. To take no action except to record the complaint and notify the club; or b. To endorse any action taken by the club and confirm that no further action is required; or c. To refer the matter for a full Disciplinary Hearing. Level 3 or 4 complaints will automatically be subject to a full Disciplinary Hearing. 5.6. Any match bans imposed by the club under paragraph 5.5 b. above shall be advised in writing by the club, preferably by e-mail, to the Discipline Chairman. Players should understand that match bans will normally apply to all cricket played under the auspices of SHCL. 5.7. In the case of an incident involving a player under the age of 18 years old, the County Board Welfare Officer will immediately be informed. In such circumstances, the incident may be regarded as: a. A welfare and child protection case or b. An outright disciplinary case. If the incident is being investigated by another organisation (e.g. the Police, ECB Welfare Department etc.) the League will await the outcome of that investigation. 66


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6.1.

Disciplinary Hearings

In any case which is referred for a Disciplinary Hearing, the Discipline Chairman shall convene the hearing within 14 days of the decision to refer. Any delay may only be granted at the discretion of the Chairman of the Disciplinary Hearing. 6.2. Where a charge against a player is referred to a disciplinary hearing, his captain and club may be charged separately under their responsibilities as set out in the Code of Conduct above. 6.3. At least seven days’ notice in writing of the hearing shall be given to the player via his club Secretary. In the case of a club, its Secretary shall be so notified. The notice shall specify the alleged breach(es) of the Code of Conduct above. 6.4. The accused player or club shall be entitled: • To submit written statements ahead of the hearing • To attend the hearing • To state his case (in the case of a club, by its Secretary or other official) • To be supported by a colleague and to call witnesses. 6.5. If the player or club is to have representation present at the hearing then the details of that representation must be given to the Discipline Chairman not less than 48 hours before the date of the hearing. 6.6. The Hearing shall be conducted by a Disciplinary Panel appointed by the Discipline Chairman and shall consist of not less than three persons and not more than five persons drawn from a list approved by the League’s Executive Committee. None of the Panel should be connected with the player, the club or their opponents at the time of the alleged breach, or a club which might directly benefit from any disciplinary action. 6.7. A club or player involved in disciplinary proceedings will be solely responsible for meeting such costs or expenses as it or they may incur, including the cost of any legal or other representation. 6.8. The standard of proof shall be on the balance of probabilities rather than the criminal standard of beyond reasonable doubt.

7. Penalties

7.1. As a guideline, the following penalties should be expected to be imposed for any complaint referred and, if appropriate, proved at a disciplinary hearing:• Level 1 - 2 to 6 matches • Level 2 - 3 to 8 matches • Level 3 - 4 to 10 matches • Level 4 - A minimum of 10 matches 7.2. Where applicable, penalties will be carried over to apply in the following season. 7.3. Where the complaint is not referred to a Disciplinary Hearing, repeated infringements by an individual player or by a Club may still result in additional penalties as laid out in 7.4 below. 7.4. If at a hearing a breach of the Code of Conduct is proved, the Disciplinary Panel shall have the power to impose one or more of the following penalties, together with such order as to costs as it deems appropriate: In the case of a player :• To require the player to submit appropriate letter(s) of apology within a specified time • To record a reprimand and to give a warning as to future conduct • To impose a fine • To suspend the player for one or more matches, or for a stated period of time • To deduct League points from the player’s team • To expel the player from the League In the case of a club :• To require the club to submit appropriate letter(s) of apology within a specified time • To record a reprimand and to give a warning as to future conduct • To impose a fine 67


• To deduct League points from the club’s team • To expel the club from any competition of the league • To relegate to any lower division of the League 7.5. Panels will take the following factors into account when determining the penalties to be imposed: a. If the accused player/club has pleaded guilty b. The player’s previous disciplinary record c. If the player is also the captain d. The conduct of the player subsequent to him being warned and told that he will be reported e. If an appeal is considered to be spurious 7.6. In addition, where an individual or their representative and/or witness(es) behave inappropriately or fail to respect the formality at any level during a Disciplinary hearing, the Disciplinary Panel assumes the right to impose further corrective actions or penalties as it sees fit. 7.7. The Disciplinary Panel shall have the power to suspend the operation of any part, or all, of the penalty it imposes for such period and subject to such terms and conditions it deems appropriate. 7.8. Decisions of the Disciplinary Panel (a finding that a complaint is proved or not proved or a decision on penalty) shall be by majority vote; where necessary the Disciplinary Panel Chairman shall have a casting vote. 7.9. The League shall report match bans in writing to the relevant club’s County Board for national circulation. Players should understand that match bans will normally apply to all cricket played under the auspices of SHCL. The SHCL will also recognise suspensions from other Leagues.

8. Appeals 8.1.

Appeals shall only be allowed against an automatic ban instigated for a Level 1 or 2 offence on the grounds of mistaken identity, misrepresentation or failure of the umpires to follow the procedures in Paragraph 6 above. 8.2. Where a breach of the Code of Conduct has been proved at a Disciplinary Hearing, a player or club shall have the right of appeal. Where a player and his club are appealing in relation to the same incident, they must do so separately. 8.3. A notice of appeal setting out the grounds must be given in writing to the Discipline Chairman within seven days of the decision of the Disciplinary Panel, together with a cheque for £150 which is to cover any expenses incurred. This charge is non-refundable irrespective of the result of any appeal. 8.4. If a notice of appeal is given, the penalty shall not take effect pending the hearing of the Appeal, which shall take place as soon as is practicable and in any event within 14 days of receipt of notice of the appeal. 8.5. The Appeal shall be by way of a re-hearing before a different Panel. The Appeal Panel shall be appointed by the Discipline Chairman and shall consist of not less than three persons and not more than five persons drawn from a list approved by the League’s Executive Committee. None of the Panel should be connected with the individual or the club or their opponents, or a club which might directly benefit from any disciplinary action or have been a member of the original Disciplinary Panel. 8.6. The player or club shall have the same entitlements as set out in Paragraph 6.4 above. 8.7. If the player or club is to have representation present at the hearing then the details of that representation must be given to the Discipline Chairman not less than 7 days before the date of the hearing. 8.8. Non-attendance at a hearing of the Appeals Panel by the club or person that submitted the appeal without good and valid reason for such non-attendance will automatically result in forfeiture of their right of appeal. 8.9. The Appeals Panel may confirm, vary or reverse the decision of the Disciplinary Panel and it shall have the power to increase the penalty and award costs of the Appeal hearing and forfeit the whole or part of the deposit. Decisions of the Appeal Panel shall be by majority vote; where necessary, the Chairman shall have a casting vote. 8.10. The decision of the Appeals Panel or, if no appeal, of the Disciplinary Panel, shall be final and binding. 68


9.

9.1. 9.2.

Non Payment of Fines

Any fine levied under these procedures or imposed for the breach of any match rule must be paid to the Treasurer of the League within twenty-eight days of the Club being notified of such fine. Any fines still outstanding at the end of that period shall be increased by 100% of the original fine, when the Secretary or Chairman of the offending Club shall be notified to the effect that the fine is outstanding. They will be given a reminder that if after a period of fourteen days from that reminder, the fine is still outstanding, a deduction of five points shall be made from the points gained by the side that received the fine.

Appendix 1 – Breaches of Discipline

Certain conduct, whether on or off the field of play of play, amounting to a breach of the Laws of Cricket and/or the Spirit of Cricket has been categorised into 4 levels which are set out below:-

Level 1

a) b) c) d)

Level 2

a) b) c) d)

time wasting by either the fielding side or the batting side abuse of the cricket ground, equipment or fixtures showing dissent at an umpire’s decision by word or action using language that is obscene, offensive or insulting and or the making of an obscene gesture e) excessive appealing

e) f) g) h) i)

showing serious dissent at an umpire’s decision by word or action inappropriate and deliberate physical contact between players in the course of play charging or advancing towards an umpire in an aggressive manner when appealing deliberate and malicious distraction or obstruction on the field of play, regardless as to whether such conduct is deemed to be fair under law 42.5 throwing the ball at or near a player, umpire or official in an inappropriate and dangerous manner using language or gesture that is obscene or of a serious insulting nature to another player, umpire, team official or spectator changing the condition of the ball other than as permitted by Law 42.3 the bowling of fast short pitched balls that result in the bowler being disallowed from bowling further in that innings causing avoidable damage to the pitch contrary to Laws 42.13 and/or Law 42.14 that results in a five run penalty being awarded

Level 3

a) intimidating an umpire b) threatening to assault another player, team official or spectator c) using language or gesture that offend, insult, humiliate, intimidate, threaten, disparage or vilify another person on the basis of that person’s race, religion, sexual orientation, colour, descent or national or ethnic origin d) the deliberate bowling of any high full-pitched ball contrary to Law 42.8

Level 4

a) threatening an umpire b) physical assault of another player, umpire, official or spectator c) any act of violence on the field of play d) using language or gestures that seriously offend, insult, humiliate, intimidate, threaten, disparage or vilify another person on the basis of that person’s religion, sexual orientation, colour, descent or national or ethnic origin.

The conduct listed in Level 1 to Level 4 above cannot be considered to be exhaustive.

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ECB Fair Play Marking Criteria Although captains and umpires together set the tone for the conduct of the game, captains are at all times responsible for ensuring play is conducted within the Spirit of the Game as well as within The Laws. The Spirit of the Game requires all players to respect their opponents, their own captain and players, the role of the umpires and the game and its traditional values. Captains Marks Grading Criteria

Mark

Cooperation with Umpires

Team Marks

Team Management

Respect for Umpires

Respect for Opponents

Exceeds the expected standard

5

There are numerous examples of behaviour that exceeds the required standard in each of these groups. For example; players showing genuine warmth and congratulations to their opponents or both sides, working to get the covers on/off, withdrawing an appeal to assist the umpire. These things should be recognised and where possible the reasons for the higher mark noted.

Attains the expected standard

4

No need for umpires to intervene to ask the captain to do anything relating to managing an individual.

Little or no intervention required and if intervention is requested then request is enacted immediately by the Captain

Nothing other than acceptance of umpires decisions (doesn’t exclude players asking umpires for clarification on decisions)

Little or no public comments on their opponents technique, shot making, bowling, method of dismissal etc.

Short of the expected standard

3

No more than one instance of the umpires asking the captain to deal with an unacceptable situation.

Players slow to react and comply with a captains request for improved behaviour.

Continued appealing or comments or behaviour that exceeds genuine disappointment when a decision goes against a player/ team

No more than one instance of comments made about opponents or behaviour exhibited towards them that causes a reaction.

Well short of the expected standard

2

More than one instance of a captain being spoken to about the same problem. The Captain shall be reported under the disciplinary code.

Players ignoring their captains request for improved behaviour and continuing to act as before. Captain is losing control.

Excessive and/ or unnecessarily aggressive appealing and any obvious dissent when a decision goes against a player/ team. A score at this level shall result in player(s) being reported under the disciplinary code.

When umpires are required to intervene and ask a captain to deal with players whose behaviour towards their opponents they consider unacceptable. A score at this level shall result in an individual being reported under the disciplinary code.

Significantly below the expected standard

1

Multiple instances of the captain being spoken to and/or not acting as requested. A score at this level must result in the captain being reported under the disciplinary procedure.

Player’s behaviour worsening rather than improving. A score at this level must result in a player(s) and/or the captain being reported under the disciplinary procedure

Obvious attempts to intimidate the umpire and/or refusal to accept a decision. A score at this level must result in a player/team being reported under the disciplinary code

Obvious attempts to distract or disturb the concentration of an opponent by word or action. A score at this level must result in a player/team being reported under the disciplinary code

Not acceptable

0

Any score of 0 should be regarded as totally unacceptable and would result from behaviour worse than that identified above. Any score of 0 shall be reported immediately to the authority responsible for the game and it is clear that a number of people, including the captain, will be reported under the disciplinary procedure. 70


Fair Play Reporting Guidelines Captains Marks

Cooperation with Umpires + Team Management: Maximum total 10 Score

General category

Report Required

Category for Team behaviour reporting*

6 - 10

Acceptable

No

4-5

Marginally unacceptable

No

Poor

0-3

Unacceptable

Yes

Very Poor

Teams Marks

Respect for Umpires + Respect for Opponents: Maximum total 10 Score

General category

Report Required

Category for Team behaviour reporting*

6 - 10

Acceptable

No

4-5

Marginally unacceptable

No

Poor

0-3

Unacceptable

Yes

Very Poor

*Note: Team behaviour reporting for Premier Division, Championship, Division 1 and Division 2. When reporting Team Behaviour the lowest mark from ‘Captain’ and ‘Team’ should be used to determine the category to be reported.

Team Behaviour Penalties Premier, Championship, Division 1 and Division 2 Only A ‘totting up’ process will be applied for teams that fall below an acceptable standard for behaviour, as marked by the umpires. Penalties will be applied as follows: 1st mark

2nd mark

3rd & each subsequent mark

Poor

Warning

Warning

6pts penalty

Very poor

Warning

6pts penalty

6pts penalty

Any combination of poor/very poor

Warning

6pts penalty

6pts penalty

Behaviour mark

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Premier Division

Bishop's Stortford Harpenden Hemel Hempstead Town Letchworth Garden City North Mymms Potters Bar Radlett Sawbridgeworth Stevenage Welwyn Garden City

Championship Chorleywood Flitwick Hertford Hoddesdon Knebworth Park Langleybury Old Finchleians Reed Totteridge Millhillians West Herts

Division One

Ampthill Town Botany Bay Broxbourne Dunstable Hitchin Holtwhites Trinibis Kings Langley Luton Town & Indians Shenley Village St Albans

Division Two

Abbots Langley Baldock Cockfosters County Hall Hemel Hempstead Town II Ickleford Leverstock Green Met Police Bushey Northchurch Northwood Old Albanian Old Owens Preston Radlett II Redbourn St Albans West Indian St Margaretsbury Watford Town Welwyn Garden City II Wheathampstead

Division Three

Bushey Chipperfield Clarendon Eversholt Harpenden II Hatfield Hyde Hertford II Knebworth Park II Letchworth Garden City II Luton Town & Indians II North Enfield North Mymms II Northwood Town Old Elizabethans Potters Bar II Potton Town Sawbridgeworth II Southgate Adelaide Stevenage II Totteridge Millhillians II Waltham X Rosedale

Divisional Structure 2014 Division Four

Division Seven (cont.)

Ampthill Town II Bayford & Hertford Berkhamsted Bishop's Stortford II Broxbourne II Cheshunt Chorleywood II Datchworth Dunstable II Hatfield & Crusaders Hertingfordbury Hitchin II Langleybury II London Colney Northampton Exiles Rickmansworth Sandridge Southgate Compton St Albans II West Herts II

Potters Bar III Radlett IV Southgate Adelaide II St Albans III Stevenage III Tewin Waltham X Rosedale II Ware Watton-at-Stone

Division Eight

Allenburys Bayford & Hertford II Berkhamsted II Bovingdon Broxbourne III Bushey II Dunstable III Harpenden IV Hatch End Hatfield Hyde II Hemel Hempstead Town IV Hertford IV Langleybury III Letchworth Garden City IV Met Police Bushey II Northampton Exiles II Northwood Town II Offley & Stopsley Reed III Sawbridgeworth III

Division Five

Bentley Heath Chipperfield Clarendon II Cockfosters II Flamstead Flitwick II Harpenden III Hatfield & Crusaders II Hemel Hempstead Town III Hertford III Hoddesdon II Knebworth Park III Leverstock Green II Old Cholmeleians Parkfield & Headstone Preston II Radlett III Watford Town II Welwyn Garden City III Wheathampstead II Wormley

Division Nine

Abbots Langley III Boxmoor II Cockfosters III Frogmore Greenwood Park Harpenden Dolphins Hatfield & Crusaders III Kings Langley III Knebworth Park IV Leverstock Green III Little B. Sahibs London Colney II Luton Town & Indians IV North Mymms III Old Elizabethans II Pirton Rickmansworth III Sandridge II Stevenage IV Welwyn Garden City IV

Division Six

Abbots Langley II Botany Bay II Boxmoor Clifton Codicote Hexton Ickleford II Kings Langley II Letchworth Garden City III Luton Town & Indians III Northwood II Old Cholmeleians II Old Finchleians II Old Haberdashers Redbourn II Reed II Rickmansworth II Shenley Village II St Margaretsbury II Totteridge Millhillians III

Division Ten

Botany Bay III Chorleywood III Cockfosters IV Datchworth II Flamstead II Flitwick III Hatfield & Crusaders IV Hertingfordbury II Hitchin III Hoddesdon III Holtwhites Trinibis III Ickleford III Mill Hill Village II Northwood III Parkfield & Headstone II Preston III Shenley Village III Southgate Compton II Waltham X Rosedale III West Herts III

Division Seven Baldock II County Hall II Eversholt II Great Gaddesden Holtwhites Trinibis II Mill Hill Village North Enfield II Northchurch II Old Albanian II Old Camdenians Old Owens II

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Division Eleven East Baldock III Bentley Heath II Broxbourne IV Cheshunt II Hatfield & Crusaders V Knebworth Park V Letchworth Garden City V Northampton Exiles III Potters Bar IV Potton Town II Preston IV Southgate Adelaide III St Margaretsbury III Stevenage V Tewin II Ware II Wheathampstead III Wormley II

Division Eleven West Berkhamsted III Boxmoor III Bushey III Chipperfield Clarendon III Harpenden V Hemel Hempstead Town V Langleybury IV Met Police Bushey III Mill Hill Village III Northwood Town III Old Albanian III Old Elizabethans III Radlett V Redbourn III Redbourn IV Rickmansworth IV St Albans IV Watford Town III

Division Twelve East Botany Bay IV Datchworth III Datchworth IV Hatfield Hyde III Hertford V Hitchin IV Knebworth Park VI Old Camdenians II Old Owens III Reed IV Stevenage VI Waltham X Rosedale IV Welwyn Garden City V Wheathampstead IV

Division Twelve West Abbots Langley IV Berkhamsted IV Boxmoor IV * Bushey IV * Chorleywood IV Frogmore II Harpenden VI Kings Langley IV Leverstock Green IV Rickmansworth V Shenley Village IV Watford Town IV Watford Town V * West Herts IV *

* = New Team for 2014


Abbots Langley

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Ground Manor House Ground,Gallows Hill Lane,Abbots Langley,Herts,WD5 0BX Tel: 01923 440474 Directions M25 junction 20 towards Watford. Turn left at lights by Langleybury Church and follow signs to Abbots Langley. Ground on left before village High Street. 2nd Ground Bedmond SC , Toms Lane, Bedmond WD5 0RB Toms Lane is off Station Road (Kings Langley Railway Station) to the west (accessible from the M25/A41) or Bedmond High Street to the east(accessible from Abbots langley/ Leverstock Green/M1),Woodside (adjacent to Watford Town CC). Secretary Phil Lewins Email: plewins97@ntlworld.com Tel: 01442 393379 Fixtures Secretary Contact John Noonan Email: jnoonan05@aol.com Mob: 07856 732672 Tel: 01923 266921 Colts Marcus Battams U10, U11, U12,U13,U14,U15 Tel: 01923 893104 Captains 1st XI (AL1) Matt Dunstone Two Mob: 07753 634384 2nd XI (AL2) Kuldip Hayer Six Mob: 07881 841442 3rd XI (AL3) Kam Patel Nine Mob: 07956 390820 4th XI (AL4) Peter Bailey Twelve West Mob: 07904 578988

Allenburys

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Ampthill Town

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Baldock Town

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Allenburys Sport & Social Club,Harriss's Lane,Ware,Herts,SG12 0DJ Tel: 01920 882189 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). Do not use SG120DJ in your Satnav as this will take you to the sportsclub not the ground Alan Wheatley Email: alan.x.wheatley@gsk.com Mob: 07789 480615 Tel: 01920 422844 Mike Chalkley Email: mike@chalkley1060.fsnet.co.uk Mob: 07759 309993 Tel: 01920 464219 Brian Stephenson Email: brianstephenson@ntlworld.com Mob: 07962 594132 Tel: 01992 422046 1st XI (AB1) Murray Brown Eight Mob: 07920 568896 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. Marston Cricket Club, on the left hand side as to leave the village heading towards Bedford, Andy Roberts Email: r13bbo@tesco.net Mob: 07724 429276 Tel: 01525 404602 James Potter Email: jimpots@gmail.com Mob: 07736 288001 Tel: 01234 306219 Ian Smith Email: smithy@theoldsun.fsnet.co.uk Mob: 07880 850269 Tel: 01525 841836 Graeme Presswell U10,U12,U14,U16 Tel: 07946 863262 1st XI (AT1) Lee Taylor One Mob: 07740 348967 2nd XI (AT2) Gavin Howson Four Mob: 07446 955447 Tel: 01234 856125

Ground Avenue Park,West Avenue,Baldock,Herts,SG7 5AY Tel: 01462 892059 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. Ground 100 metres on the left. 2nd Ground Third team play at Weston cc ( Park Drive,off Damask green rd, Weston ,Nr Baldock SG4 7BY). Graveley CC and occasionally St Christopher's school in Letchworth (see handbook) is also used occasionally. Any teams playing at these grounds will be informed in good time. Secretary Richard Lawson Email: secretary.btcc@gmail.com Mob: 07941 379931 Tel: 01462 670696 Fixtures Alistair Jones Email: duvaldo@hotmail.com Mob: 07866 840011 Tel: 01462 230964 Contact Fixtures Colts Rob Kitchener U 13 Tel: 07801 248599 Captains 1st XI (BA1) Julian Muir Two Mob: 07815 371305 2nd XI (BA2) Steve Cooley Seven Mob: 07979 693007 3rd XI (BA3) Rob Kitchener Eleven East Mob: 07801 248599

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Bayford & Hertford

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www.bhncc.co.uk

Bayford,Nr Hertford,Herts,SG13 8PU Tel: 01992 511546 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 Email: kevnicholls@hotmail.com Mob: 07810 201237 Mike Davies Email: michael.davies@uk.ibm.com Mob: 07843 327839 Tel: 01992 510394 John Collins Email: johnj.collins@dft.gsi.gov.uk Tel: 01992 583801 1st XI (BN1) Robert Hogg Four Mob: 07730 582119 Tel: 01922 503958 2nd XI (BN2) Michael Samulak Eight Mob: 07879 005396 Tel: 01992 550222

Bentley Heath

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Berkhamsted

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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. The entrance is on the left hand side two thirds of the way down. John Hall Email: john@hall5480.freeserve.co.uk Tel: 0208 886 5480 Foz Mirza Email: foz_london@hotmail.com Mob: 07958 555440 Martin Dunnett Email: dunnettm@hotmail.com Mob: 07718 652733 Tel: 0208 482 9579 1st XI (BH1) Martin Dunnett Five Mob: 07718 652733 Tel: 0208 482 9579 2nd XI (BH2) Dave Tagg Eleven East Mob: 07719 788579 Kitchener's Field,off Castle Hill,Berkhamsted,HP4 1HE Tel: 01442 862014 For 1st - 4th XI: From M25 take A41 north west at junction 21. 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 at the top of the hill straight ahead - do not follow road round to right. Kitcheners Field (occasional alternative ground), next door to main ground. Directions same as for main ground, except go in through the right hand gate instead of the main club entrance on the left. The pavillion and changing rooms are in front of you. The main clubhouse is through the hedge on your left. Ian Merrett Email: ianmerrett17@gmail.com Mob: 07747 616275 Ian Campbell Email: Ian.Campbell@goodrich.com Mob: 07976 891053 Tel: 01442 866314 Julian Dent Email: jdent@viaint.com Mob: 07889 896690 Tel: 01442 893389 Mark Lewarne U9 to U15 Tel: 01442 877165 1st XI (BK1) David Smith Four Mob: 07713 245530 2nd XI (BK2) Ian Merrett Eight Mob: 07747 616275 Tel: 01442 876730 3rd XI (BK3) Peter Dudley Eleven West Mob: 07882 501915 Tel: 01442 874756 4th XI (BK4) Ian Peplow Twelve West Mob: 07947 178404 Tel: 01442 875277

Bishop's Stortford

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Cricketfield Lane,Bishop's Stortford,Herts,CM23 2SR Tel: 01279 654463 1/4 mile from A120/A1250 junction to west of town. Heading towards town, turn left immediately past rugby club. As main ground, Jen Lindop Email: jenlindop@hotmail.com Mob: 07968 950536 Tel: 01279 652692 Neil Chappell Email: nchapps@gmail.com Mob: 07786 062571 Tony Clarke Email: Squin.clarke@btinternet.com Mob: 07908 106610 Tel: 01279 659292 Graeme Sumner All Tel: 07768 368773 1st XI (BS1) Eddie Ballard Premier Mob: 07748 004056 2nd XI (BS2) Stuart Felstead Four Mob: 07973 729066

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

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East Lodge Lane,The Ridgeway,Enfield,Middlesex,EN2 8AS Tel: 0208 363 4482 J24 on M25, take A1005, The Ridgeway, in between Enfield and Potters Bar. Close to Robin Hood Public House. As for main ground. Pitch on opposite side of East Lodge Lane to main ground. Julia Holloway Email: juliaholloway@virginmedia.com Mob: 07751 662957 Tel: 0208 363 6833 Jon Hicks Email: jonhicks7@hotmail.co.uk Tel: 0208 441 8568 Andrew Fidler Email: andrewfidler@mplaw.co.uk Mob: 07712 619644 Tel: 01992 641757 Matt Sutcliffe U11-U13-U15-U17 Tel: 0208 440 6633 1st XI (BB1) Chris Marchant One Mob: 07956 829059 2nd XI (BB2) Six 3rd XI (BB3) Spencer Linsell Ten Mob: 07732 801827 4th XI (BB4) Andy Welch Twelve East Mob: 07717 292773 74


Bovingdon

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Ground Bovingdon Green,Bovingdon,Hertfordshire,HP3 0LB Directions From Hemel Hempstead, enter Bovingdon through Box Lane (B4505). Go straight on over the double mini round-about by the Halfway House Pub then straight over another mini round-about. Take the next left, sign-posted Bovingdon Green, and then an immediate left. Go straight on until the road begins to turn sharply to the left, at which point turn right into the car park entrance. From Chipperfield, enter Bovingdon via Chipperfield Road, turn left at "The Well", opposite The Bull & The Bell pubs onto Green Lane. Carry on past a bus-stop on your left until the road begins to turn sharply to the right, just before which, turn left into the car park entrance. Secretary Mark Carine Email: bovingdoncc@hotmail.com Mob: 07738 200297 Tel: 01494 791383 Fixtures James Hazelton Email: james@cerltd.co.uk Contact Fixtures Captains 1st XI (BO1) James Hazelton Eight Mob: 07854 952560

Boxmoor

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www.boxmoorcricketclub.co.uk

The Oval,St Johns Road,Boxmoor,Hemel Hempstead,HP1 1NP From M1: take 3rd exit at the 4th ("Magic") roundabout, Station Road Through the lights and take next right into St Johns Road, past the Sports Centre on your right, and St Johns Church on your left. After 150 yards the ground is on the left, opposite The Steam Coach pub. The Hemel Hempstead School (Artificial wicket) As for main ground, but on turning into St Johns Road turn right at the lights into Heath Lane. The pitch is on your left as you drive along Heath Lane. Take the first left into Anchor Lane, and the school entrance is 200 yards along on the left. Enter the school, following the road to the right, passing through the top car park down the hill to the lower carpark. Changing rooms are in the single storey block overlooking the field. Please note this is an artificial wicket. Peter Crawshaw Email: crawshaw105@tiscali.co.uk Mob: 07941 417843 Colin Hollick Email: colin.hollick@yahoo.co.uk Mob: 07504 031135 Tel: 01442 236448 Peter Lockley Email: peterdlockley@gmail.com Mob: 07799 347548 Nick Harper 9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16 Tel: 07776 430552 1st XI (BX1) Ian Gorringe Six Mob: 07989 441218 2nd XI (BX2) Matt Larkins Nine Mob: 07954 099812 3rd XI (BX3) John Scott Eleven West Mob: 07776 161995

Broxbourne

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Ground Broxbourne Sports Club,Mill Lane Close,Broxbourne, Herts,EN10 7BA Tel: 01992 466901 Directions 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 Rd). 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. 2nd Ground As main ground, Secretary John Astin Email: john.astin1@ntlworld.com Mob: 07753 434469 Tel: 01992 426937 Fixtures John Huth Email: johnshuth@hotmail.com Mob: 07931 621153 Tel: 01992 463563 Contact Secretary Colts Paul Sargent U9 > U15 Tel: 01992 414824 Captains 1st XI (BR1) Robin Glassberg One Mob: 07956 360329 2nd XI (BR2) Mark Harris Four Mob: 07940 798280 3rd XI (BR3) Paul Close Eight Mob: 07984 428811 4th XI (BR4) Stuart Wagner Eleven East Mob: 07817 219903

Bushey

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The Pavilion,Eastbury Road,Oxhey,Watford,WD19 4NR Tel: 01923 230534 From Bushey Arches, go onto Eastbury Road. Continue past the crossroads and past the Happy Hour pub on the right. Entrance to Bushey CC is on the right opposite a parade of shops, before the traffic lights. King George V playing fields, Chaffinch Lane, WD18 9QD. From the Watford town centre ring road, follow signs to West Watford and take a left into Marlborough Road and onto Whippendell Road. Take a left into Hagden Lane. At the mini roundabout take a right onto Tolpits Lane. After the parade of shops on the left, the road bends to the left and King Georges playing field entrance is on the left hand side. Shaid Manzoor Email: secretary@busheycc.co.uk Mob: 07814 440980 Susheel Arya Email: susheel.arya@gmail.com Mob: 07817 799083 Secretary Sagheer Ahmed U9, U10, U11, U12, U14 Tel: 07771 797440 1st XI (BU1) Nomaan Ilyas Three Mob: 07917 689199 2nd XI (BU2) Sageheer Ahmed Eight Mob: 07958 958718 3rd XI (BU3) Khurram Nawaz Eleven West Mob: 07828 129609 4th XI (BU4) Alan Harrod Twelve West Mob: 07584 173442 75


Cheshunt

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Ground Albury Ride,Cheshunt,Herts,EN8 8XG Tel: 01992 623920 Directions From M25 junction 25, take A10 (Northbound) towards Cheshunt. Turn right at first roundabout onto A121 towards Waltham Cross. At next traffic lights turn left onto B176. Albury Ride is 1/4 mile north of Theobalds Grove station on the left hand side just past the Roman Urn pub. Club is at the top of Albury Ride. Follow track straight ahead to car park behind club buildings. Secretary Steve England Email: steveengland50@hotmail.com Mob: 07813 708125 Tel: 01992 307426 Fixtures Stewart Gough Email: goughie21@hotmail.com Mob: 07544 698500 Tel: 01992 624542 Contact Secretary Colts Gary Watkins Various Tel: 07929 445628 Captains 1st XI (CN1) Sam Stephenson Four Mob: 07943 054223 2nd XI (CN2) Leroy Thompson Eleven East Mob: 07964 245295

Chipperfield Clarendon Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

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The Common,Chipperfield ,near Kings Langley,WD4 9BS Tel: 01923 264681 Leave M25 at Junction 20, A4251 to Kings Langley. Turn left in High Street, either Langley Hill or Vicarage Lane and folloiw signs to Chipperfield (approx 2 miles). In village, turn left into Kings Lane to cross-roads. Ground on left facing Two Brewers. Hervines Park. Amersham. Ground is at the end of Hervines Road, Amersham. HP6 5. Exit M25 Junct 18. Take A404 to Amersham. Turn right after Audi dealer, under the bridge and continue on Woodside Rd until you reach A416 Chesham Rd. Turn left then 1st right on Hervines Rd. Ground at end of road on the left. Peter Elsworth Email: pete@pnelsworth.demon.co.uk Tel: 01442 875319 Warren Gregory Email: traffic@gregory-davis.co.uk Mob: 07712 555920 Tel: 01923 464453 Marcus Coultrup Email: marcus.coultrup@ntlworld.com Mob: 07759 946118 Tel: 01923 334387 Chris Bangs U10 U12 Tel: 07786 380100 1st XI (CC1) Asif Padhani Three Mob: 07779 301427 2nd XI (CC2) Graham Gurney Five Mob: 07533 576082 3rd XI (CC3) Martin Oliver Eleven West Mob: 07758 596698

Chorleywood

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Ground The Common,Chorleywood,Herts,WD3 5SG Tel: 01923 284529 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 Lesley Neal Tel: 01923 286214 Fixtures Jeremy Hinds Email: jeremy@fhinds.co.uk Mob: 07743 321809 Contact Fixtures Colts Patrick Ryan U9,U10,U11,U13, U15, U17 Tel: 07785 773258 Captains 1st XI (CW1) Tom Smithson Championship Mob: 07789 310698 2nd XI (CW2) Jeremy Hinds Four Mob: 07743 321809 3rd XI (CW3) Rob Dunstone Ten Mob: 07768 137700 4th XI (CW4) Simon Dare Twelve West Mob: 07860 310727

Clifton

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Ground Claybridge Ground,Stanford Lane,Clifton,Beds,SG17 5EU Directions 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. Secretary Ricky Monaghan Email: rick1232@hotmail.com Mob: 07528 445888 Tel: 01462 634757 Fixtures Sophie Gough Email: sophie.gough.707@live.co.uk Mob: 07814 020283 Tel: 01462 811642 Contact Secretary Colts Rick Monaghan 10 - 16 Tel: 07528 445888 Captains 1st XI (CL1) Rick Monaghan Six Mob: 07528 445888 Tel: 01462 634757

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Cockfosters

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Ground Chalk Lane,Cockfosters,Herts,EN4 9JG Tel: 0208 449 8803 Directions 1XI & 2XI - Opposite Cockfosters underground station. 2nd Ground 3XI & 4XI - Old Minchendenians Sports Association, Bramley Road, Southgate, N14 4HL. From M25 J24, take road to Cockfosters past Tube station and at next roundabout turn left then first right into ground car park. Secretary Geoff Williams Email: geoff.williams@bt.com Tel: 07748 665212 Fixtures Neil Hale Email: neil2358@msn.com Mob: 07745 357565 Contact Secretary Colts Geoff Williams U11 - U17 Tel: 07748 665212 Captains 1st XI (CF1) Sam Barker Two Mob: 07758 755230 2nd XI (CF2) Adam Pigden Five Mob: 07720 034121 3rd XI (CF3) Mark Sayers Nine Mob: 07930 133495 4th XI (CF4) Dipak Varsani Ten Mob: 07557 301048

Codicote Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

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Bury Lane,Codicote,SG4 8YT Tel: 01438 821303 Bury Lane Recreation Sports Ground. Travelling out of Codicote towards Knebworth, Ground is just past church on left. Steve McQueen Email: steve@codicotecc.co.uk Mob: 07725 068828 Tel: 01438 313186 Carl Richards Email: cbr@ntlworld.com Mob: 07831 095864 Tel: 01767 225943 Jeff Chapman Email: jmchapmanco@yahoo.co.uk Tel: 01438 820369 Josh Lucy Mixed Tel: 07971 682383 1st XI (CD1) Carl Richards Six Mob: 07831 095864 Tel: 01767 225943

County Hall

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Datchworth

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Leahoe,Hertford,Herts,SG13 8EH Tel: 01992 582998 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. Gavin Barnaby Email: Gavin.Barnaby@Gmail.com Mob: 07884 348406 Steve Key Email: stephenkey2002@yahoo.co.uk Mob: 07775 693890 Secretary 1st XI (CH1) Chris Dawson Two Mob: 07964 998230 2nd XI (CH2) Matt Barnaby Seven Mob: 07876 506806 Tel: 01920 460609

Datchworth Sports Club,Datchworth Green,Datchworth,Herts,SG3 6TL Tel: 01438 812490 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, entrance on right just before tennis courts on village green. As for main ground. Pitch is behind the Clubhouse, Luke Bennett Email: little_lukeb@msn.com Mob: 07904 986156 Tel: 01438 812251 Stuart Warrington Email: stuart.warrington@datchworthsportsclub.com Tel: 01707 885676 Adrian Bennett Email: adrian_bennett1@msn.com Mob: 07824 669431 Tel: 01438 812251 Will Nash U9 - U15 Tel: 07747 003189 1st XI (DW1) Tom Bennett Four Mob: 07533 783248 Tel: 01438 812251 2nd XI (DW2) Phil Nightingale Ten Mob: 07773 425570 3rd XI (DW3) Jon Lancaster Twelve East Mob: 07738 754753 4th XI (DW4) Darren Newby Twelve East Mob: 07932 060403

Dunstable

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Lancot Park,Dunstable Road,Totternhoe,Beds,LU6 1QP Tel: 01582 663735 From town centre, B489 (West Street) towards Aston Clinton. After 1 mile right into Totternhoe Rd. Ground 1 mile on right. As for main ground. Andy Boocock Email: andy.boo@tiscali.co.uk Mob: 07703 485 494 Tel: 01525 405622 Ian Horton Email: ianjameshorton@live.co.uk Mob: 07798 571798 Rob Simpkins Email: robbieno26@gmail.com Mob: 07736 933533 Phil Lewis U10,11,12,13,14,15,17 Tel: 07828 652220 1st XI (DU1) Luke Cherry One Mob: 07837 497235 Tel: 01525 757419 2nd XI (DU2) Lee Pratt Four Mob: 07599 360510 Tel: 01582 670513 3rd XI (DU3) Andrew Farrow Eight Mob: 07974 198879 Tel: 01525 873058

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Eversholt Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

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Eversholt Cricket Ground,Church End,Eversholt,Bedfordshire,MK17 9DT 3 miles from junction 12 of the M1 via Toddington & Milton Bryan. Ground in centre of church. Park behind village hall. W J Pougher Email: wpougher@hotmail.com Mob: 07799 842052 M Humphrey Email: mfhumphrey22@yahoo.co.uk Mob: 07922 161253 Dave Garratt Email: davidgarratt@btinternet.com Mob: 07508 113431 Roger Lewis U10, U12, U14, U16 1st XI (EV1) Ben Nichols Three Mob: 07540 606499 2nd XI (EV2) Dean Lawson Seven Mob: 07990 502604

Flamstead

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280670 280545 282278 482389

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Ground Friendless Lane,Flamstead,Herts,AL3 8DE Directions 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. Secretary Mark Ridley Email: ridlem_r@hotmail.com Tel: 01582 841090 Fixtures Nic Brownlie Email: nicmopa@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07702 579271 Tel: 01582 794918 Contact Fixtures Colts Nic Brownlie U9, U11, U13, U15, U16 Tel: 01582 794918 Captains 1st XI (FL1) James Clark Five Mob: 07900 696847 2nd XI (FL2) Keith Green Ten Mob: 07811 453346

Flitwick

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Frogmore

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The Hardy Vale,Flitwick Road,Westoning,Beds,MK45 5AA Tel: 01525 715100 Westoning on A5120. Adjacent to Flitvale Nurseries, 4 miles from M1 junction 12. Please note: Artificial Pitch – For 3rd XI Fixtures From A6: Follow the brown heritage signs to Wrest Park. The ground is just on the left as you go over the bridge and into the park. From M1 Junction 12: From South turn right onto the A5120 signposted Flitwick and Woburn. Carry straight over the roundabout continue until you get into Westoning, at the roundabout turn right signposted to Greenfield. Carry on through Greenfield at the garage turn left off the road towards Flitton on the Flitton Road. Take the second right into Sand Road and then the first left into Silsoe Road. At T Junction turn right into Ampthill Road and then right again at the next T junction onto the High Street. Take the next left signposted Wrest Park, the cricket ground is on the left as you go over the bridge. Lyn Alder Email: lyn.alder@virgin.net Tel: 01234 766750 Kevan Peters Email: kevan.peters@ntlworld.com Tel: 01525 755048 Andrew Summerfield Email: summerfield17@yahoo.co.uk Mob: 07851 041867 Tel: 01525 404198 Howard Moxon U10,U12,U14,U16 Tel: 07740 365050 1st XI (FW1) George Thurstance Championship Mob: 07578 562989 2nd XI (FW2) Phil Gurney Five Mob: 07969 558260 3rd XI (FW3) Sean Nicklin Ten Mob: 07974 696673

Ground The Recreation Ground,Park Street Lane,Park Street,St Albans,AL2 2ND Directions 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. Secretary Andy Fraser Email: awcfraser@aol.com Tel: 01727 873444 Fixtures Robert Salt Email: robert.salt@rbs.co.uk Mob: 07714 447096 Tel: 01442 259460 Contact Fixtures Colts Tony Albon U6-U15 Tel: 01727 873367 Captains 1st XI (FR1) Jack Massey Nine Mob: 07833 092284 Tel: 01442 219905 2nd XI (FR2) Rob Salt Twelve West Mob: 07714 447096 Tel: 01442 259460

Great Gaddesden

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Ground Bridens Camp,Nr. Hemel Hempstead,HP2 6EX Tel: 07770 797330 Directions Take A4146 out of Hemel Hempstead towards Leighton Buzzard.Right at Red Lion.Opp.Crown & Sceptre. Maps available on Website Secretary Stuart Oliver Email: stuart.oliver@ntlworld.com Mob: 07722 235141 Tel: 01582 654884 Fixtures Julian Towler Email: julian.towler@btinternet.com Mob: 07870 387878 Tel: 01582 664484 Contact Secretary Captains 1st XI (GG1) John Cheeseman Snr Seven Mob: 07770 797330 Tel: 01442 230435

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Greenwood Park Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Captains

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Tippendell Lane,Chiswell Green,St Albans,AL2 3HW Tel: 01727 874867 From M25 junction 21A head for St Albans. At Noke roundabout turn left into Watford Road. At Three Hammers pub mini roundabout turn right into Tippendell Lane. Entrance to the ground 300 metres on left. Matt Stevens Email: mattstevens1991@yahoo.co.uk Mob: 07517 409899 Peter Hambridge Email: myheartisyellow@hotmail.com Mob: 07828 596 444 Tel: 01727 869463 Secretary 1st XI (GP1) Sam T Nash Nine Mob: 07799 700070

Harpenden

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Ground The Common,Harpenden,Herts,AL5 1DT Tel: 01582 763620 Directions On A108, 1/2 mile south of town centre. 2nd Ground St George's School, Harpenden. Access from Carlton Road, off Station Road. Please only park in the car park not next to the pavilion,Rothampstead Experimental Station. On opposite side of A1081 directly opposite the main ground. Secretary Phil Waters Email: philwaters7@hotmail.com Mob: 07990 557388 Tel: 01582 760105 Fixtures Dave Furley Email: furley1@sky.com Mob: 07855 125630 Tel: 01582 461391 Contact Fixtures Colts Rupert Garrett U9,U10,U11,U13,U15 Tel: 01582 769302 Captains 1st XI (HP1) Nick Lamb Premier Mob: 07795 662575 2nd XI (HP2) Richard Darwin Three Mob: 07776 330055 3rd XI (HP3) Five 4th XI (HP4) Sam Jones Eight Mob: 07901 920980 5th XI (HP5) Ben Dearman Eleven West Mob: 07867 820288 Tel: 01582 620055 6th XI (HP6) Phil Waters Twelve West Mob: 07990 557388 Tel: 01582 760105

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Orchard Avenue,Harpenden,Hertfordshire,AL5 2DP Tel: 07757 968974 From Sth,enter Harp'n on A1081.Roundabout with Silver Cup Pub on your left,turn left into Leyton Rd.Follow to mini-roundabout by St Nicholas' Church, left into Rothamsted Ave.Take 2nd left into Orchard Ave.Ground at end of road. Lower Pitch: From Sth,enter Harp'n on A1081.Roundabout with Silver Cup Pub on your left, turn left into Leyton Rd. Left after the Inn on the Green Pub into Amenbury Lane. Turn left into Car Park. May have to pay and display. Andrew Gregory Email: andygregory79@hotmail.com Mob: 07709 489044 Tel: 01462 621810 Richard Gull Email: richard.gull@barclays.com Mob: 07788 870125 Tom Roche Email: takroche@virginmedia.com Mob: 07757 968974 Tel: 01582 769623 1st XI (HD1) Tom Roche Nine Mob: 07757 968974 Tel: 01582 769623

Hatch End

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Aldenham Road,Elstree,Herts,WD6 3BD From A41, follow signs to Elstree. Go past reservoir and turn left into Aldenham Road. Ground 300 yards on left, past the tennis club. Steve Lawrence Email: sid.lawrence@talk21.com Mob: 07904 234065 Michael Sherman Email: rapidjaw@hotmail.com Mob: 07971 952162 Fixtures 1st XI (HE1) Andy Williams Eight Mob: 07768 826030

Hatfield & Crusaders

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Ground Hatfield & Cricket Club,Ascots Lane,Welwyn Garden City,Herts,AL7 4HJ Tel: 01707 272380 Directions Main Ground: Right off A1000 Between Hatfield and Wewyn Garden City. Follow signs to QE II Hospital. 2nd Ground Roe Hill Hall, Briars Lane, Hatfield, AL10 8EY. 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. 3rd Ground Old Owens Sports Ground, Coopers Lane, Potters Bar EN6 4NF 01707 644211. At the traffic lights at the north end of Potters Bar High St take right fork. Ground on left 200 yards past Chequers pub. Secretary Bob Connor Email: rm_connor@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07984 200759 Tel: 01707 850766 Fixtures Secretary Contact Secretary Colts Alex Digby U11, U13 & U15 Tel: 01707 328204 Captains 1st XI (HC1) Anil Madduri Four Mob: 07737 527373 2nd XI (HC2) Yasir Shafi Five Mob: 07859 029351 3rd XI (HC3) Alex Digby Nine Mob: 07585 704144 Tel: 01707 328204 4th XI (HC4) Jitesh Vin Ten Mob: 07949 500649 5th XI (HC5) Waqas Zia Eleven East Mob: 07957 433728 79


Hatfield Hyde Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

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King George V Playing Field,Beehive Lane,Welwyn Garden City,Herts,AL7 4BP Tel: 01707 326700 Follow signs to QEII Hospital. Beehive Lane is opposite main hospital entrance. Turn left by Beehive pub. Please follow directions to main ground. Second ground and separate changing facilities are a short walk from the main clubhouse. Please use KGV car park and not the Beehive pub car park. James Godbold Email: godbolds@gmail.com Mob: 07768 490106 Tel: 0845 467 1849 Alan Carter Email: alan.carter1984@gmail.com Mob: 07854 630152 Eddie Mills Email: millseddie07@gmail.com Mob: 07794 662396 Stuart Johnson U9, U11, U12, U14 Tel: 0845 467 1843 1st XI (HY1) Jonathan Russell Three Mob: 07858 753629 2nd XI (HY2) Colin Luke Eight Mob: 07813 600723 3rd XI (HY3) Iain McCann Twelve East Mob: 07765 645445

Hemel Hempstead Town

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Ground Heath Park,Station Road,Hemel Hempstead,Herts,HP1 1JZ Directions 1 minute from Hemel's "funny roundabout" on the road towards Hemel Hempstead station. 2nd Ground 3rd XI - Met Police Bushey - see handbook entry. 4th XI & 5th XI: Nursery Ground adjacent to Main Grd. Secretary Paul Thompson Email: paulfthompson45@gmail.com Mob: 07814 608292 Tel: 01442 768578 Fixtures Secretary Contact Graham Clark Email: graham.clark@progressivenet.co.uk Mob: 07887 623605 Colts Chris Wright U9,U10,U11,U12,U13,U15 Tel: 07909 962502 Captains 1st XI (HH1) Hemish Ilangaratne Premier Mob: 07854 227597 2nd XI (HH2) Matthew Petchell Two Mob: 07584 667462 3rd XI (HH3) Anjam Khan Five Mob: 07584 828096 4th XI (HH4) Ben Dumpleton Eight Mob: 07970 413912 5th XI (HH5) Tony Linfoot Eleven West Mob: 07709 273741

Hertford

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Balls Park,Mangrove Road,Hertford,Herts,SG13 8AJ Tel: 01992 581983 From A10 take A414 to Hertford and turn left at sign to Simon Balle School. Along Mangrove Road take 3rd entrance on left. From A1, take A414 to Hertford, turn right to Balls Park off road to A10. As for main ground (grass and artificial),To be provided as appropriate Richard Eaton Email: richard.eaton@roche.com Mob: 07867 908993 David Spring Email: david@springfamily.org.uk Mob: 07932 153238 Tel: 01992 554001 David Williams Email: david.williams280@ntlworld.com Tel: 01992 586744 Jamie Lawrance All Tel: 07731 654575 1st XI (HF1) Steve Gale Championship Mob: 07801 011421 2nd XI (HF2) Rob Carter Three Mob: 07833 362670 3rd XI (HF3) Alex Cooper Five Mob: 07830 496562 4th XI (HF4) Pete Amos Eight Mob: 07833 255065 5th XI (HF5) Jamie Lawrance Twelve East Mob: 07731 654575

Hertingfordbury

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St Mary's Lane,Hertingfordbury,Hertford,Hertfordshire,SG14 2LE Head west out of Hertford on A414. After passing under railway bridge continue to 2nd roundabout and turn left into village. Just after the White Horse Hotel take left fork into St Mary's Lane. Ground is 50 metres on left, past church. Parking in road or on field if conditions allow. Steve Rider Email: stephen395rider@btinternet.com Mob: 07785 387929 Tel: 01992 584157 Martin Ambler Email: martinambler@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07725 877046 Stephen Rider Email: stephen395rider@btinternet.com Mob: 07785 387929 Tel: 01992 584157 Rob Stone Tel: 07770 988891 1st XI (HB1) Neil Darby Four Mob: 07815 732474 Tel: 01920 410093 2nd XI (HB2) Bernard Murphy Ten Mob: 07799 671352 Tel: 01992 516520

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Higham Gobion Road,Hexton,Nr Hitchin,SG5 3HN 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 passing the Raven public house turn left (Higham Gobian Road) - the ground is on the left as you take the first bend. Nicholas Smith Email: Nicholasjmsmith@hotmail.co.uk Tel: 01767 769241 Mark Smith Email: nameless700@hotmail.co.uk Nicholas Smith Email: nicholasjmsmith@hotmail.co.uk Tel: 01582 486417 Stuart Lucas U14 Tel: 07966 427080 1st XI (HX1) Dan Reed Six Mob: 07834 714915 80


Hitchin

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Lucas Lane,Hitchin,Herts,SG5 2JA Tel: 01462 434468 A505 from Luton, over mini roundabout, left at next roundabout onto Bedford Road. Go passed Esso garage on left & Waitrose on right. Pass West Hill on left & at traffic lights turn left into Oughtonhead Way then after 50 yards take the 1st left after Sir John Barleycorn pub into Bedford Street. Follow road all the way to the top of the hill. Adjacent to main ground, Ian Burnell Email: ian.burnell@ntlworld.com Mob: 07801 367059 Tel: 01462 456985 Ashley Hammond Email: ashley_hammond@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07714 006010 Chris Maylin Email: c.maylin@uhy-uk.com Mob: 07985 264939 Tel: 07985 264939 Chris Maylin Boys & Girls U7 to U16 Tel: 07985 264939 1st XI (HI1) Paul Smith One Mob: 07867 972835 2nd XI (HI2) Tim Porter Four Mob: 07808 061058 3rd XI (HI3) Pete Gale Ten Mob: 07825 288558 4th XI (HI4) Andy Page Twelve East Mob: 07930 952389

Hoddesdon

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Ground Lowfield,Park View,Hoddesdon,Herts,EN11 8PX Tel: 01992 463133 Directions Off High Street into Cock Lane, turn right into Park View. Ground on left 2nd Ground 2nd Ground - Roydon Cricket Club. CM19 5HG Take B181 over level crossing into Roydon High Street, at T-junction straight over onto track, ground and car park 100yds.Going north on the A10 go past Hanbury Manor and after about quarter of a mile turn left on track which takes you to the ground. Thundridge CC Secretary Bob Ripley Email: chrisbob.ripley@virginmedia.com Tel: 01992 461627 Fixtures Colin Munday Email: ColonelMunday@Hotmail.Co.UK Mob: 07775 735048 Tel: 01992 306364 Contact Secretary Colts Steve & Sandra Duke U10, U11, U13, U15 Tel: 07970 690817 Captains 1st XI (HO1) Rob Walters Championship Mob: 07702 167253 2nd XI (HO2) Adrian Lee Five Mob: 07706 206096 3rd XI (HO3) Steve Duke Ten Mob: 07976 929671

Holtwhites Trinibis

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Kirkland Drive,Holtwhites Hill,Enfield,Middlesex,EN2 0RN Tel: 0208 363 4449 From M25 J24, take road to Enfield. 1st left past Chase Farm Hospital, 1st right into Holtwhite Hill, entrance under bridge. Pat Micallef Email: patrickmicallef@blueyonder.co.uk Mob: 07813 437865 Jim Davie Email: davietwo@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07884 396777 Tel: 020 8245 4236 Robert Akers Email: robert.akers@sky.com Mob: 07772 777494 Tel: 020 8967 3403 Kevin Burgess U7,U9,U11,U13,U15,U17 Tel: 07958 473379 1st XI (HT1) Habib Younis One Mob: 07961 632288 2nd XI (HT2) Josh Bonner Seven Mob: 07767 486562 3rd XI (HT3) Abhishek Haritash Ten Mob: 07944 089696

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. 2nd Ground John Rand Recreation Ground, Holwell Road, Holwell, Nr Hitchin, Herts. SG5 3SG From Hitchin take A600 Bedford Road and drive 2.3 miles then turn left (signposted Holwell) into Holwell Road. Drive 0.5 miles and the Recreation Ground is on the left. From Henlow Camp take A600 Bedford Road towards Hitchin. Drive 1.6 miles then turn right (signposted Holwell) into Holwell Road. Drive 0.5 miles and the Recreation Ground is on the left. Secretary Roy Izzard Email: roy.izzard@bjca.co.uk Mob: 07803 202498 Tel: 01462 433171 Fixtures Mark Howard Email: mark.howard@ntlworld.com Mob: 07944 707968 Tel: 01462 625475 Contact Secretary Colts Rob Day U10 U12 U15 U16 Tel: 07816 470353 Captains 1st XI (IK1) Ian Bowyer Two Mob: 07590 266871 2nd XI (IK2) Simon Wagstaff Six Mob: 07803 133699 Tel: 01462 619722 3rd XI (IK3) Mark Howard Ten Mob: 07944 707968 Tel: 01462 625475

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Kings Langley

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Ground The Pavilion, The Common,Vicarage Lane,Kings Langley,Herts,WD4 9HS Tel: 01923 400500 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 Rudolf 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. (Please note all 3rd and 4th games to be played on this ground in 2012 season),Kings Langley Senior School, Love Lane. At the crossroads by the main ground, turn right from Vicarage Lane. School entrance is 250 metres on the left. Secretary Michael Cooke Email: amsjcooke1@ntlworld.com Mob: 07876 540261 Tel: 01923 266505 Fixtures John Holroyd Email: john.holroyd3@ntlworld.com Mob: 07852 282868 Tel: 01727 760965 Contact Secretary Colts Mark Hutchings U10,U11,U13,U15 Tel: 07976 291560 Captains 1st XI (KL1) Christian James One Mob: 07752 542513 2nd XI (KL2) Tom Clark Six Mob: 07500 846448 3rd XI (KL3) Tim Gould Nine Mob: 07794 682921 4th XI (KL4) Tony Thompson Twelve West Mob: 07885 913350 Tel: 01923 265690

Knebworth Park Ground Directions 2nd Ground 3rd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

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Old Knebworth Lane,Knebworth,Herts,SG3 6HQ Tel: 01438 813894 From B197 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. Aston Cricket Club. SatNav reference for Pavilion: N 51.88731; W 0.15020 Situated in Aston Lane, Aston Sue Stephens Email: terrier1102@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07535 891505 Tel: 01438 871064 Chris Johnson Email: chrisjohnson.1@sky.com Mob: 07867 580492 Tel: 01438 817448 Graham Fisher Email: grahamfisher@ntlworld.com Mob: 07970 774880 Tel: 01438 813159 Russell Haggar All Tel: 07889 607855 1st XI (KP1) Charlie Randall Championship Mob: 07838 475318 2nd XI (KP2) Sam McCrow Three Mob: 07515 878659 3rd XI (KP3) Graham Fisher Five Mob: 07970 774880 4th XI (KP4) Mark Folwell Nine Mob: 07948 962890 5th XI (KP5) David Mantle Eleven East Mob: 07734 865632 6th XI (KP6) Gareth Taylor Twelve East Mob: 07531 590360

Langleybury Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

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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. Junction 20 M25 head towards Watford. Ground on right at traffic lights. As above. (Grass & Artificial), Gerry Wilkinson Email: gerry.wilkinson333@ntlworld.com Mob: 07977 070211 Tel: 01923 468004 Roy Newman Email: rookeryroy@hotmail.com Mob: 07768 205222 Tel: 01923 490390 Kevin Kelly Email: kk-home@ntlworld.com Mob: 07956 361050 Tel: 01923 400165 Michael Dobner U9,10,12,15,16 Tel: 07989 674672 1st XI (LA1) Richard Oxley Championship Mob: 07971 970091 Tel: 01582 621615 2nd XI (LA2) Andy Felton Four Mob: 07976 584026 Tel: 01923 236512 3rd XI (LA3) Roger Ball Eight Mob: 07974 080535 Tel: 01923 230359 4th XI (LA4) Michael Dobner Eleven West Mob: 07989 674672 Tel: 01525 634021

Letchworth Garden City

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Whitethorn Lane,Letchworth Garden City,Herts,SG6 2DN Tel: 01462 684530 Leave A1 at Jct 9 (A6141) and follow signs to Town Centre. After passing ambulance station and Shell garage, turn left into Howard Drive and then take the 3rd right into Whitethorn Lane. Entrance to the ground is on the left about 50 yards past traffic calming control. Fairfield Hall - Leave A1 at Jct10 and take the A507 towards Stotfold and Shefford. At the 2nd roundabout take the 1st exit towards Letchworth/Ickleford. Go over the 1st roundabout and after 25 metres turn right through main gates. Park in visitors car park which is the first on the RIGHT hand side. To be notified on a match by match basis Roger Thomson Email: r.thomson57@ntlworld.com Tel: 01462 623613 Graham Bishton Email: graham.bishton@googlemail.com Mob: 07763 562289 Tel: 01462 790837 Dan Heydon Email: daniel.heydon@asg.com Mob: 07930 245 163 Jeremy Gillham U9-U15 inc Tel: 07887 566046 1st XI (LW1) Richard Barclay Premier Mob: 07961 833962 2nd XI (LW2) Graham Bishton Three Mob: 07763 562289 Tel: 01462 790837 3rd XI (LW3) Michael Turner Six Mob: 07914 769462 4th XI (LW4) Sohail 'Henry' Wanchoo Eight Mob: 07867 542461 Tel: 01763 260771 5th XI (LW5) Jeremy Gillham Eleven East Mob: 07887 566046 82


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: 07432 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. , Tony Williams Email: Tony@leverstock.demon.co.uk Tel: 01442 Mike Roberts Email: Mike.Roberts@veolia.co.uk Mob: 07833 742405 Tel: 07833 Michael Wood Email: michael.wood@mljr.co.uk Mob: 07703 394053 Tel: 01442 Brad Klosterman U9, U10, U11, U13, U15 Tel: 07799 1st XI (LG1) David Tyson Two Mob: 07807 731254 2nd XI (LG2) Dayle Littlejohn Five Mob: 07707 317848 3rd XI (LG3) Gareth Tucker Nine Mob: 07810 374750 4th XI (LG4) Mark Pearson Twelve West Mob: 07771 603757

Little Berkhamsted Sahibs

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Ground The Recreation Field, Church Road,Little Berkhamsted,Hertford,SG13 8LX Tel: 07982 463798 Directions Take the Little Berkhamsted turning off the B158 between Hatfield and Hertford. The ground is in the middle of the village opposite the Five Horseshoes Pub. Secretary Peter Turnbull Email: pt_no.1@btinternet.com Mob: 07557 221973 Tel: 01707 645975 Fixtures Trevor Allum Email: trevor.allum@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07717 234033 Tel: 01992 640863 Contact Secretary Captains 1st XI (LB1) Adam Blaby Nine Mob: 07825 260373

London Colney

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Ground Shenley Village Ground,Green Street,Shenley,Herts,WD7 9BD Directions 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 B5378 ) signposted to Borehamwood. Ground is 300 metres on right opposite allotments. Secretary Andrew Stirrat Email: a.stirrat@vinteclabs.com Mob: 07970 010050 Tel: 01727 844691 Fixtures Ian Prior Email: ian.prior2@ntlworld.com Mob: 07762 353819 Tel: 01438 210172 Contact Secretary Colts Ian Prior Tel: 07762 353819 Captains 1st XI (LC1) Tim Fretter Four Mob: 07806 617083 2nd XI (LC2) Russell Blackman Nine Mob: 07774 803929

Luton Town & Indians Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

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Wardown Park,Old Bedford Road,Luton,Beds,LU2 7NX Tel: 01582 727855 From town centre take A6 (Bedford). At 1st roundabout turn right into Stockingstone Rd, then right at traffic lights, then right into Wardown Park. Lancaster Avenue. From Luton Town Centre take A6 (Bedford) continue past 3 roundabouts, ground 3rd on right (after Warden Tavern), Eileen Boylon Email: dparsooth@inbox.com Tel: 01582 727855 Simon Shirley Email: simon.shirley@babcock.co.uk Mob: 07855 488693 Tel: 01582 419593 Mushtaq Dalvi Email: dalvimushtaq@aol.com Mob: 07789 995282 Tel: 01582 504594 Wakar Arif All Tel: 07825 308080 1st XI (LT1) Adnan Bashir One Mob: 07534 402975 Tel: 01582 850194 2nd XI (LT2) Kenny Davis Three Mob: 07957 176127 Tel: 01582 897206 3rd XI (LT3) Sam Parkar Six Mob: 07708 932249 Tel: 01582 534817 4th XI (LT4) Bhoja Karavadra Nine Mob: 07958 319565

Met Police Bushey

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Met Police Sports Ground,Aldenham Road,Bushey,Herts,WD23 2TR Tel: 01923 243947 Travelling 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. As main ground. Andrew Fish Email: fishan@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07788 354680 Tel: 0208 950 2465 Craig Gumsley Greg Keene Email: gkkeene@aol.com Mob: 07773 772005 Rob Brooker U16 Tel: 07904 803649 1st XI (MP1) Dan Nightingale Two Mob: 07860 777386 2nd XI (MP2) Mark Parkinson Eight Mob: 07989 304960 3rd XI (MP3) David Halsey Eleven West Mob: 07946 451757

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Mill Hill Village

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Ground Burtonhole Lane,The Ridgeway,Mill Hill,London,NW7 1AS Tel: 0203 719 4801 Directions Turn right off The Ridgeway, opposite the Adam and Eve Pub. Turn right again into Burton Hole Lane, and follow the narrow road past a few houses , and down the hill. Then turn left , past Finchley Nurseries. The ground is then on your left . Plenty of car parking space. Secretary Phil Smith Email: phil.smith@ericsson.com Mob: 07976 297721 Fixtures Secretary Contact Secretary Colts Richard Downes U7 - U15 Tel: 07736 052012 Captains 1st XI (MH1) David Overton Seven Mob: 07951 369227 2nd XI (MH2) David Flavell Ten Mob: 07852 122473 3rd XI (MH3) Richard Downes Eleven West Mob: 07736 052012

North Enfield

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North Mymms

www.northmymmscc.co.uk

Ground Strayfield Road,Clay Hill,Enfield,Middlesex,EN2 9JE Tel: 0208 363 2118 Directions Leave the M25 at J24. Take A1005 towards Enfield. Turn left at Botany Bay onto East Lodge Lane. At T junction turn right towards Crews Hill and then follow the road down to Theobalds Park Road. Turn right at the Fallow Buck Pub into Strayfield Road. Ground 200 yards on left. Secretary Owen White Email: ordw583@mac.com Mob: 07958 243298 Tel: 01707 874090 Fixtures David Malleson Email: david.malleson@googlemail.com Mob: 07786 351849 Tel: 0208 366 6372 Contact Secretary Colts Chris McKenna U11s to U17s Tel: 07966 447628 Captains 1st XI (NE1) Richard White Three Mob: 07956 935948 2nd XI (NE2) Mark Ricketts Seven Mob: 07931 701791

Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

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 The Royal Veterinary College, Hawkshead Lane, North Mymms, Hertfordshire, AL9 7TA. June Feast Ian Cheeseman Email: ian.cheeseman@lloydstsb.co.uk Tel: 01707 646525 Ken King Email: kr.king@btinternet.com Mob: 07831 875127 Jon Mather Tel: 07845 733391 1st XI (NM1) Andy Lewis Premier Mob: 07734 745264 2nd XI (NM2) Ben Carter Three Mob: 07775 682685 3rd XI (NM3) Matt Rathbone Nine Mob: 07907 589435

Northampton Exiles

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Ground Clowes Ground,Barrowell Green,Winchmore Hill,London,N21 3BD Tel: 0208 886 2077 Directions 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. 2nd Ground As main ground Secretary Peter Gilbert Email: peter@scorebox.plus.com Mob: 07847 210537 Tel: 0208 341 2922 Fixtures Secretary Contact David Taylor Email: david.taylor44@virgin.net Mob: 07973 162006 Tel: 0208 367 7266 Colts Anil Mistry U9 - U16 Tel: 07515 789371 Captains 1st XI (NX1) Shaun Lawler Four Mob: 07576 664652 2nd XI (NX2) Robbie Gibson Eight Mob: 07958 539781 3rd XI (NX3) Methun Mistry Eleven East Mob: 07837 000507

Northchurch

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The Meadow,Tring Road,Northchurch,Berkhamsted,HP4 3SF Tel: 01442 876759 Take J20 off M25 onto A41 by-pass,exit from 5th junction signposted A4251 Tring/Northchurch,follow signs to Northchurch,ground is sharp left hand turn half a mile past Esso garage on left hand side before you enter main village. Alan Fantham Email: ajandaj@btinternet.com Mob: 07836 558359 Tel: 01442 872289 Tom Calder Email: tomcalder@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07846 861138 Tel: 01442 877643 Ali Fantham Email: ali@berkhamstedtoiletries.co.uk Mob: 07958 705241 Ali Fantham U9,U11,U17 Tel: 07958 705241 1st XI (NC1) Mark Hobley Two Mob: 07876 746577 2nd XI (NC2) Ali Fantham Seven Mob: 07958 705241

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Northwood Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

www.northwoodcc.co.uk

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 Ground - Great Missenden Pelicans c.c. Nags Head Lane. Great Missenden (near HP16 0DG) take A413 north thru Amersham. Approx 2-3 miles turn left by bupa chiltern hospital into London Road. Turn left into Nags head lane before Nags Head pub. ground appox 200 yds on right before railway ridge. Paul Reeve Email: secretary@northwoodcc.co.uk Tel: 01923 822465 Steve Dickson Email: 3rd.captain@northwoodcc.co.uk Mob: 07768 116761 Tel: 01923 828298 Secretary Email: Ian Keys u9, u11, u13 Tel: 01895 637958 1st XI (NW1) Daniel Rodgers Two Mob: 07786 224302 2nd XI (NW2) Ram Nandiraju Six Mob: 07968 816122 3rd XI (NW3) Steve Dickson Ten Mob: 07768 116761 Tel: 01923 828298

Northwood Town

www.northwoodtowncc.co.uk

Offley & Stopsley

www.oscricket.com

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Chestnut Avenue,off Rickmansworth Road,Northwood,Middlesex,HA6 1HR Tel: 01923 827083 From A404, Cheshunt Avenue is by Blue Iron bridge. Ground approx 200 yards on left. The entry point is single lane access between allotments (green fence) and at the end of drive. The second ground is in the same location, but it should be noted that the pitch is Astroturf, so non spike footwear is required. , Richard Robbins Email: richard1982robbins@gmail.com Mob: 07817 284523 Raj Kotecha Email: rkotecha29@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07983 958554 Michael Lister Email: michael_lister@hotmail.com Mob: 07786 393254 Neil Cheesewright u10s, U11's Tel: 07970 717992 1st XI (NT1) Michael Lister Three Mob: 07786 393254 2nd XI (NT2) Neil Cheesewright Eight Mob: 07970 717992 3rd XI (NT3) Sumeet Khetia Eleven West Mob: 07447 927025

Ground Kings Walden Road,Great Offley,Herts,SG5 3DS Tel: 01462 768689 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 Colin Williams Email: offleystopsley@yahoo.co.uk Mob: 07725 563338 Fixtures Steve Bexfield Email: sbexfield@ntlworld.com Mob: 07773 087770 Tel: 01582 514125 Contact Darren Lunney Mob: 07765 577879 Tel: 01582 537612 Colts Darren Lunney 12 -15 Tel: 07765 577879 Captains 1st XI (OS1) Richie Barker Eight Mob: 07963 566043

Old Albanian

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Old Camdenians

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Old Albanian SC,Woollam Playing Fields,160 Harpenden Road,St Albans,AL3 6BB Tel: 01727 864476 Take the A1081 for 2 miles north towards Harpenden from the centre of St Albans; the entrance to the ground is on the right just beyond the St Albans city limit. 3rd XI play at the main ground and use the second square. Alison Finley Email: ajfinley@ntlworld.com Tel: 01727 853985 Andrew McCree Email: andrew.mccree@uk.bp.com Mob: 07836 365975 Richard Morgan Email: richard.morgan50@btinternet.com Mob: 07847 053187 Rupert Farr From U5 to U15 Tel: 01582 761446 1st XI (OA1) Zahid Karim Two Mob: 07913 338784 2nd XI (OA2) Victor Stairmand Seven Mob: 07532 404900 3rd XI (OA3) Simon Wakeling Eleven West Mob: 07947 510869 Tel: 01727 865456

Camden Playing Fields,Burtonhole Lane,Mill Hill,London,NW7 1AS Tel: 0208 959 2122 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, Jafar Siddique-Parkes Email: jafar.siddique-parkes@towertransit.co.uk Mob: 07974 488707 Roger Gravett Email: roger.gravett@gmail.com Mob: 07786 432577 Shaun Norman Email: shaun@camdenians.org Mob: 07702 188775 1st XI (OC1) Roger Gravett Seven Mob: 07786 432577 2nd XI (OC2) Harsh Tripathi Twelve East Mob: 07825 603554

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Old Cholmeleians Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Captains

www.oldcholms.com

Hendon Wood Lane,off Totteridge Lane,Mill Hill,London,NW7 4HR A1 to Gate pub on road to Barnet. Turn right at traffic lights into Hendon Wood Lane. Follow to bottom right hand bend. Climb hill for approx. 200 yards, club entrance on the left. Highgate School Playing Fields, Hampstead Lane, Highgate London N6. From Highgate Village drive down Hampstead Lane for approx 300 metres: entrance to car park on right, adjacent to Pavilion, just past junction with Bishopswood Road N6. John Zani Email: jzani@btinternet.com Mob: 07710 271767 Tel: 0208 444 5098 Nick Ornstin Mob: 07966 495142 Daniel Stevens Mob: 07974 784262 Tel: 0208 440 8686 1st XI (OM1) Sam Khalique Five Mob: 07973 618045 2nd XI (OM2) Ross McCaskill Six Mob: 07967 183889

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

www.oeccbarnet.co.uk

Gypsy Corner,Mays Lane,(Barnet Gate Lane end),Barnet,EN5 2AG Tel: 0208 449 9481 From A1, Borehamwood (Stirling Corner roundabout) take A411 towards Barnet. Turn right after 'The Gate' pub. Ground 他 mile on left. As for main ground. Jonathan Mackman Email: jsmackman@btinternet.com Mob: 07984 791309 Tel: 0208 953 7069 Nigel Wildman Email: nigelwildman2@aol.com Mob: 07811 774930 Tel: 0208 440 5965 Jonathan Smith Email: jonhugo61@gmail.com Mob: 07784 641235 Tel: 0208 441 4908 Caroline Oliver u-11, u-13, u-15, u-17 Tel: 07793 312182 1st XI (OE1) James Heavey Three Mob: 07832 444445 2nd XI (OE2) Nav Parkar Nine Mob: 07795 277882 3rd XI (OE3) Jonathan Mackman Eleven West Mob: 07984 791309

Old Finchleians

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12 Southover,Woodside Park,London,N12 7JE Tel: 0208 445 7406 From Woodside Park station turn right into Holden Road. Turn 1st left into Tillingham Way. Left at T junction. Ground 100 yds on left. Himanshu Depala Email: Himanshu.Depala@Mishcon.com Mob: 07956 000176 Bruce Mercer Email: brucie@talk21.com Mob: 07729 782028 Tel: 0208 441 9828 Secretary Chetan Depala U13 Tel: 07746 897477 1st XI (OF1) Matthew Fletcher Championship Mob: 07828 953755 2nd XI (OF2) Himanshu Depala Six Mob: 07956 000167

Old Haberdashers

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Ground Croxdale Road,Off Theobald Street,Borehamwood,Herts,WD6 4PY Tel: 0208 953 1987 Directions From Borehamwood High Street, turn into Theobald St. Turn right after 1/2 mile, Croxdale Rd. Ground 150 yds on left Secretary Robert Clarke Email: robertc.clarke@btopenworld.com Mob: 07762 112506 Tel: 01582 761986 Fixtures Khurram Manzoor Email: km23108@googlemail.com Mob: 07890 680513 Contact Secretary Captains 1st XI (OH1) Khurram Manzoor Six Mob: 07890 680513

Old Owens

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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. Andy Battersby Email: andrew.battersby@sky.com Mob: 07780 611403 Tel: 01707 373664 Abdul RImaaz Email: rimaaz@live.co.uk Mob: 07702 010200 Ken Rowswell Email: kenrowswell@yahoo.co.uk Mob: 07836 648446 Tel: 01707 654900 Mike & Carole Sibley U9U10 U11 U12 U13 U15 U16 Tel: 01707 652078 1st XI (OO1) Rory Allan Two Mob: 07956 514798 Tel: 01707 643513 2nd XI (OO2) Tim Lane Seven Mob: 07977 998502 3rd XI (OO3) Ken Rowswell Twelve East Mob: 07836 648446 Tel: 01707 654900

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Parkfield & Headstone Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Captains

Pirton

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Saddlers Mead,Clonard Way,off Rowlands Avenue,Hatch End, Middlesex,HA5 4BU Tel: 020 8428 7487 At roundabout on A410 (Uxbridge Rd) turn right into Rowlands Ave. Take 3rd road on left, Clonard Way. Ground 80 yds on right. Dick Wootten Email: wootten897@btinternet.com Mob: 07710 367548 Tel: 020 8421 0391 Waseem Saber Email: waseem.saber@vinciconstruction.co.uk Mob: 07956 092779 Alan Chidley Email: ac014f0616@blueyonder.co.uk Mob: 07956 899089 Tel: 01895 639535 1st XI (PH1) Prashant Nagarajan Five Mob: 07890 654587 2nd XI (PH2) Dilip Shah Ten Mob: 07805 448710

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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 right onto Hitchin Rd. At first junction (after appx 1 mile), turn right into Walnut Tree Rd at giveway sign. Ground Entrance 300 yds on rt. Elizabeth Gilder Email: Elizabeth@Gilder.gotadsl.co.uk Mob: 07598 979232 Tel: 01462 452498 Alan Howe Email: alan-howe@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07791 694217 Tel: 01462 459530 Tom Laskowski Email: tom.laskowski@sigames.com Mob: 07972 831026 Robert Bayley U9-U15 Tel: 07973 794360 1st XI (PI1) Tom Laskowski Nine Mob: 07972 831026

Potters Bar

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Ground The Walk,Potters Bar,Herts,EN6 1QE Tel: 01707 654801 Directions Leave the M25 at J24 and travel along The Southgate Road towards Potters Bar. Turn right at Canada Life traffic lights on to The High Street then after about 500 yards turn left into The Walk. The ground is approximately 300 yards down the road on the left hand side. 2nd Ground Dame Alice Owens School, Dugdale Hill Lane, Potters Bar, Herts EN6 2DU. The school is approximately 3 miles from the M25. Leave the M25 at Junction 24 and follow the signs to Potters Bar, crossing the A1000 and Baker Street, turning left into Dugdale Hilll Lane. Secretary Dave Pett Email: dave@rivprint.com Mob: 07795 954979 Tel: 01707 645298 Fixtures Mark Shepherd Email: markshepherd01@aol.com Mob: 07772 224390 Tel: 01895 233630 Contact Secretary Colts Dave Lawrence U9,U10,U11,U13,U15,U17 Tel: 07709 049632 Captains 1st XI (PB1) Leonard Cooper Premier Mob: 07940 000827 2nd XI (PB2) Greg Hodge Three Mob: 07734 650366 Tel: 020 8216 5877 3rd XI (PB3) John Lewis Seven Mob: 07952 347636 4th XI (PB4) Martyn Taylor Eleven East Mob: 07957 234200 Tel: 01707 661298

Potton Town Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Captains

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The Hollow,Biggleswade Road,Potton,Beds,SG19 2LX Tel: 01767 261100 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 Tel: 01767 260453 Alan Dean Tel: 01767 651060 Colin Stevens Email: c.1stephens@btinternet.com Mob: 07836 620802 Tel: 07836 620802 1st XI (PT1) Colin Stevens Three Mob: 07836 620802 2nd XI (PT2) Paul Worboys Eleven East Mob: 07795 396378 Tel: 01767 651106

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Preston Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

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The Cricket Ground,Preston,Nr Hitchin,(Messages to Red Lion),SG4 7TZ Tel: 01462 459585 From Stevenage/A1, take A602 to Hitchin. At first roundabout ("Three Moorhens") take second exit signposted for Gosmore. Continue for 2 and 3/4 miles. Ground on right shortly after entry to village (Sat nav users SG4 7TZ). From Luton/M1, take A505 to Hitchin, then right at roundabout with A602, heading towards Stevenage. At next roundabout ("Three Moorhens") take exit for Gosmore and follow instructions as above. Please drive carefully round boundary and park by nets. Hitchin Boys School. From Stevenage/Luton follow A602/A505, then turn right towards Hitchin centre on one-way system. Turn left into Grammar School Walk off Bedford Road, on corner of Paynes Park and Brand Street. (Sat nav users SG5 1JB), David Norman Email: d.norman@sir-robert-mcalpine.com Tel: 01462 420849 Dave Saunders Email: alison.c.day@btinternet.com Mob: 07835 515825 Tel: 01462 674978 Matt Burleigh Email: mbu@star.le.ac.uk Mob: 07795 054537 Tel: 01462 230661 Nigel Biggs U13, U15 Tel: 01462 458289 1st XI (PR1) Warren Hearne Two Mob: 07789 288437 2nd XI (PR2) Ashly Catlin Five Mob: 07760 490359 Tel: 01462 629433 3rd XI (PR3) Tom Maxwell Ten Mob: 07827 338979 Tel: 07827 338979 4th XI (PR4) Dave Saunders Eleven East Mob: 07835 515825 Tel: 01462 674978

Radlett

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 3rd Ground 5th XI - Queens School, Aldenham Road, Bushey, Secretary Colin Warne Mob: 07598 939903 Fixtures Doreen Browne Email: doreenb@ntlworld.com Contact Fixtures Colts Dwayne Gunasekera All ages from U9 to U16 Captains 1st XI (RA1) Jono McLean Premier Mob: 07921 766706 2nd XI (RA2) Dan Foster Two Mob: 07957 773204 3rd XI (RA3) Ian Edwards Five Mob: 07841 483121 4th XI (RA4) Colin Warne Seven Mob: 07598 939903 5th XI (RA5) Dwayne Gunasekera Eleven West Mob: 07801 442915

Redbourn

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Reed

Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

Tel: 01923 856348

Tel: 01923 859618 Tel: 01923 854985 Tel: 07801 442915

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The Pavilion,North Common Road,Redbourn,Herts,AL3 7DB Tel: 01582 793949 From "Chequers" roundabout on A5183 by-pass, follow sign to Redbourn. Club approx 1 mile on right. From B487, turn left onto Hemel Hempstead Rd just after the M1 bridge. Club approx half mile on the left. Redbourn Recreation Centre, Dunstable Road, AL3 7PP.From "Chequers" roundabout on A5183 by-pass, follow sign to Redbourn, when road bends to left turn right into High Street. At top of High Street turn left into Dunstable Road, Recreation Centre is approx 800 yds on the left. Geoff Bartlett Email: geoffbartlett.cricket@live.co.uk Mob: 07796 930699 Dan Thatcher Email: daniel.thatcher@hmrc.gsi.gov.uk Mob: 07785 977205 Jon Fleming Email: jfleming@ruffer.co.uk Mob: 07789 716777 Tel: 01442 267784 John Pritchard U8 - U15 Tel: 07941 379228 1st XI (RB1) Ben Roe Two Mob: 07966 139801 2nd XI (RB2) James Bunce Six Mob: 07912 322620 3rd XI (RB3) Duncan Lennox Eleven West Mob: 07968 122423 4th XI (RB4) Ray Smyth Eleven West Mob: 07908 438560

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Village Green,Blacksmith Lane,Reed,Royston, Herts,SG8 8AX Tel: 01763 848925 Off A10 between Royston and Buntingford. Turn opposite Silver Ball cafe. Ground between nos. 12 & 13 on right (about 200 yards from A10). Freman College Buntingford,SG9 9BT. A10 Buntingford. From the south at 2nd roundabout to Buntingford take 3rd exit right. At 2nd Mini roundabout take 1st left Bowling Green Lane. Ground at the end of lane, Michael Curtis Email: michael@bazmac.me Mob: 07974 929301 Peter Wholley Email: pwholley@hotmail.com Mob: 07708 872440 Tel: 01763 246656 Richard Robertson Email: rmr@richardandcilla.co.uk Tel: 01763 848835 Mr. P. Wholley U11,U13,U15 Tel: 01763 246656 1st XI (RE1) James Heslam Championship Mob: 07763 681216 2nd XI (RE2) Marcus Martin Six Mob: 07956 021016 3rd XI (RE3) Maseeh Naeem Eight Mob: 07500 808582 Tel: 01763 281309 4th XI (RE4) John Kershaw Twelve East Mob: 07968 140125 Tel: 01763 848532 88


Rickmansworth

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Ground Park Road,Rickmansworth,Herts,WD3 1HU Tel: 01923 445040 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 for 3rd and 4th XI games, and some 5th XI matches. 3rd Ground 4th and 5th XI may play at the Chiltern06 ground, which is The Chiltern Sports Club, Maple Lodge, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, WD3 9GA Secretary Paul Blackwell Email: paul.blackwell23@btinternet.com Mob: 07793 294774 Tel: 01923 351234 Fixtures Secretary Contact Mark Raine Email: mark.raine@rbs.com Mob: 07786 277247 Colts Paul Blackwell 4-14 Tel: 01923 351234 Captains 1st XI (RI1) Ray Collins Four Mob: 07950 634852 2nd XI (RI2) Mark Raine Six Mob: 07872 120334 3rd XI (RI3) Ian Milligan Nine Mob: 07872 378143 4th XI (RI4) Richard Harwood Eleven West 5th XI (RI5) Paul Blackwell Twelve West Mob: 07793 294774 Tel: 01923 351234

Sandridge

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Spencer Meadows,rear of High Street,Sandridge,Herts,AL4 9DD From St Albans take Wheathampstead road. As you reach Sandridge turn left after 1st row of houses on left and go through the first car park just before the pedestrian crossing. Spencer Meadows is signposted from the road. Kevin Murphy Email: krd_murphy@hotmail.com Mob: 07805 262150 Tel: 01707 395684 Paul Rothery Email: pauldrothery@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07947 246451 Pete Camm Email: Petercamm1061@btinternet.com Mob: 07841 076145 Tel: 01707 259215 1st XI (SR1) Kevin Murphy Four Mob: 07805 262150 2nd XI (SR2) Dave Muskett Nine Mob: 07736 964440 Tel: 01727 763173

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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 9BY - 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. On arrival, all visitors should follow the signs to the Leventhorpe Leisure Centre (situated at the rear of the Leventhorpe School) and use the parking spaces at the far end of this car park - please do not park in the swimming pool car park. Hormead Meads Pavillion The Meads Hare Street Buntingford Hertfordshire SG9 0DY. Anna Billings Email: annahr@live.co.uk Mob: 07564 958206 Tel: 01279 831838 Richard White Email: white_r2@sky.com Tel: 01279 422567 Val Waring Email: valwaring@sky.com Mob: 07979 450871 Tel: 01279 659535 Chris Pask U9 to U16 Tel: 07803 504765 1st XI (SB1) Andy McGarry Premier Mob: 07789 070485 2nd XI (SB2) Steve Ashman Three Mob: 07983 467157 3rd XI (SB3) Ian Bowler Eight Mob: 07920 876688

Shenley Village

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Ground Shenley Cricket Centre,Shenley Park,Radlett Lane,Shenley,WD7 9DW Tel: 01923 859022 Directions For 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th team and most youth fixtures - Shenley Cricket Centre. From eastbound M25, exit at junction 22. Take 5th exit off r/about, back over M25. Turn right at next r/about onto Bell Lane (B556), straight over next r/about and after approx. 0.75 miles turn left at r/about onto Shenleybury (B5378). Continue for approx. 1.5 miles (up Black Lion Hill), then turn right at r/about sign-posted to Radlett and first left after approx. 50 yds into Radlett Lane. After approx. 800 yds turn right into large gateway (next to Gateman’s house), signposted Cricket Centre - car park is on the left. From westbound M25 - take 2nd exit off sliproad r/about onto Bell Lane (B556), then follow as above. From Radlett, (nr railway station) take roundabout up Shenley Hill and onto Radlett Lane for approx 1 mile after golf course. Cricket Centre entrance is on the left, car park is on left. Secretary Chris Stanley Email: chris.stanley04@gmail.com Mob: 07774 796037 Tel: 01923 857986 Fixtures Geoff Evans Email: geoffdevans@tesco.net Tel: 01923 352662 Contact Secretary Colts Ray McLennan U9-U15 Tel: 07973 377824 Captains 1st XI (SV1) Morgan Stanley One Mob: 07925 792580 Tel: 01923 857986 2nd XI (SV2) Richard Evans Six Mob: 07505 117666 Tel: 01923 352662 3rd XI (SV3) Victor Childs Ten Mob: 07796 266127 4th XI (SV4) Gerald De Villiers Twelve West Mob: 07900 027871 Tel: 01442 460576 89


Southgate Adelaide Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

www.southgateadelaidecc.co.uk

Walker Cricket Ground,Waterfall Road,Southgate,London,N14 7JZ Tel: 0208 886 8381 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. Northampton Exiles CC, Ivan Ninkovic Email: club-secretary@southgateadelaidecc.co.uk Mob: 07939 144168 Martin Flack Email: martinflack158@hotmail.com Mob: 07919 546 661 Richard Ellwood Email: richarde11w00d@aol.com Mob: 07790 555790 Tel: 0208 886 2759 Richard Ellwood U7,U9,U10,U11,U13,U15,U17 Tel: 07790 555790 1st XI (SA1) Craig Lyte Three Mob: 07932 990399 2nd XI (SA2) Alex Flett Seven Mob: 07913 017971 3rd XI (SA3) Andrew Fitzpatrick Eleven East Mob: 07973 871322

Southgate Compton

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Ground Hadley Field,Chalk Lane,Cockfosters,Herts,EN4 9JG Tel: 0208 440 2322 Directions J24, M25. Take A111 to Cockfosters. Take 2nd entrance to Chalk Lane on right as you enter Cockfosters, opposite "Jet" garage & underground station. Parking restrictions operate on Chalk Lane. Secretary David Frame Email: dave.frame@virgin.net Mob: 07885 281877 Fixtures Secretary Contact Secretary Colts Keith Walker U11,U13,U15 Tel: 07786 000804 Captains 1st XI (SC1) Liam Frame Four Mob: 07921 571034 2nd XI (SC2) David Brandon Ten Mob: 07860 813153

St Albans

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Ground Clarence Park,St Albans,Herts,AL1 4NF Tel: 01727 850388 Directions Off A414 Hatfield Road one mile from City Centre. Entrance off Clarence Road, where the Hockey and Football teams play 2nd Ground Verulum School Sportsfield off Sanpit Lane. http://www.aboutbritain.com/maps/st-albans-map.asp, Secretary John Rudlin Email: john.rudlin@ntlworld.com Mob: 07837 989053 Tel: 01727 764151 Fixtures Hugo Thomas Email: hugo.thomas@btinternet.com Mob: 07774 716871 Tel: 01727 848766 Contact Secretary Colts John Rudlin U9, U10, U11, U13, U15 Tel: 01727 764151 Captains 1st XI (ST1) Martin Jones One Mob: 07720 550299 2nd XI (ST2) Grant Carveth Four Mob: 07984 237958 3rd XI (ST3) Mike Eames Seven Mob: 07904 805798 4th XI (ST4) John Webber Eleven West Mob: 07753 621020

St Albans West Indian

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St Margaretsbury

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Ground Greenwood Park,Tippendell Lane,Chiswell Green,St Albans,AL2 3HW Tel: 01727 874867 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 Email: fitzroy.stapleton@agfa.com Mob: 07946 319156 Tel: 01923 675923 Fixtures Ken Stapleton Mob: 07742 198606 Tel: 01727 834749 Contact Secretary Captains 1st XI (SW1) Devon Weekes Two Mob: 07974 071264 Ground Directions 2nd Ground Secretary Fixtures Contact Colts Captains

The Recreation Ground,Station Road,Stanstead Abbotts,Herts,SG12 8EH 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. Christine Batley Email: canddbatley@gmail.com Mob: 07708 580495 Tel: 01920 Robert Furber Email: robert.t.furber@btinternet.com Mob: 07785 227511 Tel: 01279 Jolyon Griffiths Email: jolyon.griffiths@talk21.com Mob: 07906 065355 Simon Moloney U9-U16 Tel: 07540 1st XI (SM1) Darren Shanley Two Mob: 07713 481016 2nd XI (SM2) Kamran Raja Six Mob: 07733 127694 3rd XI (SM3) Mark Bailey Eleven East Mob: 07771 514112

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Tewin Ground Directions Secretary Fixtures Contact Captains

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Ditchmore Lane,Stevenage Old Town,Herts,SG1 3LJ Tel: 01438 351075 A1(M),J7 towards Stevenage. Turn left at 1st roundabout onto 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 followed by first right into Ditchmore Lane. (3rd and 4th XI) - Adjacent to main ground. (5th and 6th XI) - St Christophers School, Barrington Road, Letchworth, SG6 3JZ. Leave the A1(M) at Junction 9 and at the roundabout head towards Letchworth along the A505. Continue along the A505 taking the 4th and 1st exit at the next two roundabouts respectively. After 1km turn left into Barrington Road. John Northall Email: stevenagecc@hotmail.com Mob: 07773 796490 Tel: 01438 743404 Steve Cooke Email: s-cooke@ntlworld.com Tel: 01462 628344 Martin Nevill Email: manevill@btinternet.com Mob: 07866 093884 Tel: 01438 313121 John Northall All age groups U9-U16's Tel: 07773 796490 1st XI (SG1) David Carr Premier Mob: 07505 416843 Tel: 01767 227754 2nd XI (SG2) Martin Nevill Three Mob: 07866 093884 Tel: 01438 313121 3rd XI (SG3) Kevin Fisher Seven Mob: 07880 967051 Tel: 01438 368964 4th XI (SG4) Craig Whitworth Nine Mob: 07887 570305 Tel: 01438 727604 5th XI (SG5) John Northall Eleven East Mob: 07773 796490 Tel: 01438 743404 6th XI (SG6) Mark Slater Twelve East Mob: 07956 449993

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. Jon Taylor Email: jontaylor87@hotmail.com Mob: 07720 898877 Tel: 01438 227097 Graham Fish Email: graham.fish@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07717 095674 Tel: 01438 717465 Peter McCreary Email: peter.mccreary@loewygroup.com Tel: 01438 798421 1st XI (TE1) Jamie Bryce Seven Mob: 07534 970512 2nd XI (TE2) Deane Suchley Eleven East Mob: 07999 286970

Totteridge Millhillians

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www.totteridgemillhillians.com

Totteridge Green,London,N20 8PB Tel: 0208 445 5331 ALL 1st XI home games take place at our Main Ground on Totteridge Green. Turn south off Totteridge Lane on to Totteridge Green to the east of the Orange Tree pub The 2nd and 3rd XIs play SOME home games at Totteridge Green, and others at Rowley Lane. A TMCC representative will contact the opposition club/skipper each week, but you can check where your game is by looking at either: www.totteridgemillhillians.com/fixtures/teamid_4007/2ndXI.aspx (2nd XI, Div 3) OR www.totteridgemillhillians.com/fixtures/teamid_4008/3rdXI.aspx (3rd XI, Div 6) Rowley Lane Sports Club, Rowley Lane, Arkley, Barnet, EN5 3HW From M25 at South Mimms turn south on A1 towards London. After 2 miles take the Borehamwood slip road. Follow the road past the golf range then left into Rowley lane. Ground is 200m on right. Bill Banks Email: Bill.TMCC@talktalk.com Mob: 07842 566177 Stewart Wernham Email: s.f.wernham@gmail.com Mob: 07800 817080 Tel: 07870 357492 Steve Selwood Email: steve@revolutioncoaching.co.uk Mob: 07968 758220 Steve Selwood 6-17 Tel: 07968 758220 1st XI (TM1) Justin Lefort Championship Mob: 07796 671340 2nd XI (TM2) Jeremy Graves Three Mob: 07821 838813 3rd XI (TM3) Neil Dennison Six Mob: 07939 296867

Waltham Cross Rosedale

www.wxrcc.co.uk

Ground Rosedale Sports Club,Andrews Lane,Cheshunt,Herts,EN7 6TB Tel: 01992 623983 Directions Leave the M25 at junction 25 and take the exit for the Northbound A10 towards Cheshunt. At the first roundabout, take the first exit into Lieutenant Ellis Way. Continue to the end of this road and then take the second exit at the next two roundabouts. Take the next left left turn into Andrews Lane. The ground is about 200m on the left hand side. 2nd Ground Adjacent to main ground (Artificial - no spikes), Secretary James Moore Email: bigjimmoore@hotmail.com Mob: 07790 877257 Fixtures Barrie Roberts Email: abbsroberts@ntlworld.com Mob: 07518 049623 Tel: 01992 425179 Contact Secretary Captains 1st XI (WX1) Sam Roberts Three Mob: 07875 629000 2nd XI (WX2) Steve Peek Seven Mob: 07926 989335 3rd XI (WX3) Steve Waller Ten Mob: 07711 071727 4th XI (WX4) Steve Willoughby Twelve East Mob: 07871 164539 Tel: 0208 894 3226 91


Ware

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The Pavilion,Bell Lane, Widford,Ware,Herts,SG12 8SH Tel: 01279 842233 Main Ground - Bell Lane, Widford, SG12 8SH From Ware High Street take the B1004 (Star Street) towards Wareside, sp 'Much Hadham'. Continue on this road into Widford, past the church on your left until you reach a fork in the road. Take the right fork (Bell Lane) and turn immediately right up the track towards the playing fields - the cricket ground is on the right. Allenbury's Sports and Social Club, Hariss's Lane, Ware, SG12 0DJ 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) Graeme Unwin Email: graemeunwin@hotmail.com Mob: 07970 113679 Team Captains Liam Dexter Email: liamdexter@waitrose.com Mob: 07860 811646 Les Hitch 6 - 16 Tel: 07581 568869 1st XI (WA1) Garry Orton Seven Mob: 07972 913070 2nd XI (WA2) Steve Risby Eleven East Mob: 07824 612869

Watford Town

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Ground Woodside,Horseshoe Lane,Garston,Watford, Herts,WD25 7HH Tel: 01923 679589 Directions off A405 1 mile south of M1, J6. Turn into Horseshoe Lane at traffic lights (Harvester restaurant). Use road for Watford Leisure Centre after 1/4 mile on left. 2nd Ground As main Ground, Secretary Andrew Canning Email: canning199@btinternet.com Mob: 07901 000495 Tel: 01923 893041 Fixtures Asad Safdar Email: asadsafdar@sky.com Mob: 07960 892585 Tel: 01923 253917 Contact Secretary Colts Gulfraz Riaz U10 U11 U12 U13 U14 U15 Tel: 07968 443546 Captains 1st XI (WT1) Ibrar Hanif Two Mob: 07515 812421 2nd XI (WT2) Gunjan Hazarika Five Mob: 07859 943394 3rd XI (WT3) Andrew Canning Eleven West Mob: 07901 000495 Tel: 01923 893041 4th XI (WT4) John Crosdil Twelve West Mob: 07845 154453 5th XI (WT5) Dave Conroy Twelve West Mob: 07775 664496

Watton-at-Stone

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The Meadow,Watton-at-Stone,Herts,SG14 3SB Ground is 75 yds from the main road which runs through the village. Turn opposite 'The Bull' pub. John McLellan Email: johnmclellan82@gmail.com Mob: 07765 905451 Tel: 01920 411423 Wilf Emsley Email: wilf_emsley@msn.com Mob: 07980 914971 Brad Williams Email: bradtherat63@gmail.com Mob: 07801 790915 1st XI (WS1) Robert Burnell Seven Mob: 07917 799151

Welwyn Garden City

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Ground Digswell Park,Knightsfield,Welwyn Garden City,Herts,AL8 7NQ Tel: 01707 327354 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. Leave A1(M) at J6. Ground is approximately 0.25 mile south of village centre. Off Ottway Walk opposite 'The Steamer' pub.5th XI : Monkswood School (Artificial) 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 1/3 mile on right next to No.290. From other directions, from town centre leave via Digswell Road. After 1/2 mile turn left into Knightsfield, ground 2/3 mile on right. Secretary Anne Vine Email: anne@umpire.com Mob: 07599 917078 Tel: 01438 717550 Fixtures Raymond Hodge Email: monkswood77@virginmedia.com Mob: 07939 216230 Contact Secretary Colts Ian Watkins U9-U16 Tel: 07950 831686 Captains 1st XI (WG1) James Hewitt Premier Mob: 07786 334110 2nd XI (WG2) Simon Bridgewater Two Mob: 07973 217030 3rd XI (WG3) John Wells Five Mob: 07952 956857 4th XI (WG4) Chris Day Nine Mob: 07966 281946 5th XI (WG5) Ian Watkins Twelve East Mob: 07950 831686

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West Herts

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Ground 8 Park Avenue,Watford,Herts,WD18 7HP Tel: 01923 229239 Directions Main Ground (1st & 2nd XI) - 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. 2nd Ground Second Ground (3rd XI) - 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.Kings Langley School (4th XI) Secretary Duncan Hodges Email: duncan.hodges@thameswater.co.uk Mob: 07825 004465 Tel: 01296 397023 Fixtures Secretary Contact Dennis Lock Email: dennis.lock@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07792 085329 Tel: 01923 223672 Colts Dennis Lock U9, U11, U13, U15, U17 Tel: 07792 085329 Captains 1st XI (WH1) Ian Gurney Championship Mob: 07941 241524 2nd XI (WH2) Steve Pich Four Mob: 07969 109310 3rd XI (WH3) Amyn Haider Ten Mob: 07748 783318 4th XI (WH4) Mark Wheeler Twelve West Mob: 07739 332378

Wheathampstead

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Nomansland Common,Wheathampstead,Herts,AL4 8EL Tel: 07738 393493 Wheathampstead 1st and 2nd XI play at Nomansland Common. Take B651 from St Albans towards Wheathampstead. Ground on left opposite "Wicked Lady" pub. Wheathampstead 3rd & 4th XI play at Kimpton Cricket Club, Park Lane, Kimpton, Herts, SG4 8EG. For vehicle access: Via Whitwell on the Hitchin Road (B651) - on the descent into Kimpton and shortly before reaching the church of St Peter and St Paul the road forms an 'S' bend. Whilst on the second corner of the S bend take the right turn down a farm track. The car park can be found at the end of the track, Parkfield is immediately beyond the car park. Alternatively if approacing the ground via Kimpton (B652), take the turning from Kimpton High St into Hitchin Road (B651) and after 200 yds take the farm track on the left, just beyond the church of St Peter and St Paul. The car park can be found at the end of the track, Parkfield is immediately beyond the car park. James McEwen Email: jamessmcewen@hotmail.com Mob: 07708 923672 Chris Martin Email: krusmartin@hotmail..co.uk Mob: 07725 530615 Keith Martin Email: kamartin13@hotmail.co.uk Mob: 07502 117441 Tel: 01582 832224 Simon Evans U8, U9, U10, U11, U13 Tel: 07402 841888 1st XI (WD1) Steve Booth Two Mob: 07815 898855 2nd XI (WD2) Alistair Sykes Five Mob: 07808 078307 3rd XI (WD3) Ian Porter Eleven East Mob: 07899 801191 4th XI (WD4) Andy Alexander Twelve East Mob: 07922 086432

Wormley

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Ground Wormley Playing Fields,Church Lane,Wormley,Herts,EN10 6LB Tel: 01992 460650 Directions Take Broxbourne exit from A10. Turn north on A1170. After Queens Head pub turn left into Church Lane. Ground on right after bridge. 2nd Ground Adjacent to main ground. Secretary Andy Coombes Email: andy.coombes@talktalk.net Mob: 07808 726404 Tel: 0208 363 2283 Fixtures Secretary Contact Secretary Colts David Dent U12 - U15 Tel: 01992 444021 Captains 1st XI (WO1) Malcolm Spinks Five Mob: 07919 128774 2nd XI (WO2) Marc Ferlisi Eleven East Mob: 07708 470062

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Fixtures 2014 Premier Division 03 May 2014 (12.30pm) Hemel Hempstead Town Letchworth Garden City Sawbridgeworth Stevenage Welwyn Garden City

v Harpenden v North Mymms v Radlett v Bishop's Stortford v Potters Bar

14 June 2014 (11.45am) Harpenden Hemel Hempstead Town Letchworth Garden City North Mymms Radlett

v Stevenage v Sawbridgeworth v Welwyn Garden City v Potters Bar v Bishop's Stortford

26 July 2014 (11.45am) Harpenden Hemel Hempstead Town Letchworth Garden City North Mymms Sawbridgeworth

10 May 2014 (12.30pm) Bishop's Stortford Harpenden North Mymms Potters Bar Radlett

v Welwyn Garden City v Letchworth Garden City v Stevenage v Sawbridgeworth v Hemel Hempstead Town

21 June 2014 (11.45am) Bishop's Stortford Hemel Hempstead Town Sawbridgeworth Stevenage Welwyn Garden City

v Potters Bar v North Mymms v Letchworth Garden City v Radlett v Harpenden

02 August 2014 (11.45am) Bishop's Stortford v Letchworth Garden City Potters Bar v Harpenden Radlett v North Mymms Stevenage v Hemel Hempstead Town Welwyn Garden City v Sawbridgeworth

17 May 2014 (12.30pm) Hemel Hempstead Town Letchworth Garden City North Mymms Sawbridgeworth Welwyn Garden City

v Potters Bar v Radlett v Harpenden v Bishop's Stortford v Stevenage

28 June 2014 (11.45am) Harpenden Letchworth Garden City North Mymms Potters Bar Radlett

v Sawbridgeworth v Hemel Hempstead Town v Bishop's Stortford v Stevenage v Welwyn Garden City

09 August 2014 (12.30pm) Harpenden v Bishop's Stortford Hemel Hempstead Town v Welwyn Garden City Letchworth Garden City v Stevenage North Mymms v Sawbridgeworth Radlett v Potters Bar

24 May 2014 (12.30pm) Bishop's Stortford Potters Bar Radlett Stevenage Welwyn Garden City

v Hemel Hempstead Town v Letchworth Garden City v Harpenden v Sawbridgeworth v North Mymms

05 July 2014 (11.45am) Bishop's Stortford Harpenden North Mymms Potters Bar Radlett

v Stevenage v Hemel Hempstead Town v Letchworth Garden City v Welwyn Garden City v Sawbridgeworth

16 August 2014 (12.30pm) Bishop's Stortford v Radlett Potters Bar v North Mymms Sawbridgeworth v Hemel Hempstead Town Stevenage v Harpenden Welwyn Garden City v Letchworth Garden City

31 May 2014 (12.30pm) Harpenden Hemel Hempstead Town Letchworth Garden City North Mymms Sawbridgeworth

v Potters Bar v Stevenage v Bishop's Stortford v Radlett v Welwyn Garden City

12 July 2014 (11.45am) Hemel Hempstead Town Letchworth Garden City Sawbridgeworth Stevenage Welwyn Garden City

v Radlett v Harpenden v Potters Bar v North Mymms v Bishop's Stortford

23 August 2014 (12.00pm) Harpenden v Welwyn Garden City Letchworth Garden City v Sawbridgeworth North Mymms v Hemel Hempstead Town Potters Bar v Bishop's Stortford Radlett v Stevenage

07 June 2014 (11.45am) Bishop's Stortford Potters Bar Sawbridgeworth Stevenage Welwyn Garden City

v Harpenden v Radlett v North Mymms v Letchworth Garden City v Hemel Hempstead Town

19 July 2014 (11.45am) Bishop's Stortford Harpenden Potters Bar Radlett Stevenage

v Sawbridgeworth v North Mymms v Hemel Hempstead Town v Letchworth Garden City v Welwyn Garden City

30 August 2014 (12.00pm) Bishop's Stortford v North Mymms Hemel Hempstead Town v Letchworth Garden City Sawbridgeworth v Harpenden Stevenage v Potters Bar Welwyn Garden City v Radlett

v Radlett v Bishop's Stortford v Potters Bar v Welwyn Garden City v Stevenage

In the Premier and Championship Divisions, the first 5 and last 4 matches will be played as 50 over games and the other 9 as timed games of a minimum 115 overs. Premier Division: End of season play-off semi-finals will take place on Saturday 6th September and the final on Saturday 13th September.

Championship: The side finishing 9th in the Premier Division and the side finishing 2nd in the Championship will play a Play-Off under 50 over match rules. The match will be played on Saturday 6th September.

Premier Division

Team Results Codes

Bishop's Stortford................. BS1 Harpenden............................ HP1 Hemel Hempstead Town...... HH1 Letchworth Garden City........ LW1 North Mymms....................... NM1 Potters Bar............................ PB1 Radlett.................................. RA1 Sawbridgeworth.................... SB1 Stevenage............................ SG1 Welwyn Garden City............. WG1

Championship

Team Results Codes

Chorleywood......................... CW1 Flitwick.................................. FW1 Hertford................................. HF1 Hoddesdon........................... HO1 Knebworth Park.................... KP1 Langleybury.......................... LA1 Old Finchleians..................... OF1 Reed..................................... RE1 Totteridge Millhillians............ TM1 West Herts............................ WH1

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Division One

Team Results Codes

Ampthill Town....................... AT1 Botany Bay........................... BB1 Broxbourne........................... BR1 Dunstable............................. DU1 Hitchin................................... HI1 Holtwhites Trinibis................. HT1 Kings Langley....................... KL1 Luton Town & Indians........... LT1 Shenley Village..................... SV1 St Albans.............................. ST1


Championship 03 May 2014 (12.30pm) Chorleywood Knebworth Park Reed Totteridge Millhillians West Herts

v Hertford v Hoddesdon v Flitwick v Langleybury v Old Finchleians

14 June 2014 (11.45am) Flitwick Hoddesdon Knebworth Park Langleybury Totteridge Millhillians

v Hertford v Chorleywood v Reed v Old Finchleians v West Herts

26 July 2014 (11.45am) Hoddesdon Knebworth Park Langleybury Reed Totteridge Millhillians

10 May 2014 (12.30pm) Flitwick Hertford Hoddesdon Langleybury Old Finchleians

v Knebworth Park v West Herts v Totteridge Millhillians v Chorleywood v Reed

21 June 2014 (11.45am) Chorleywood Hertford Knebworth Park Reed West Herts

v Flitwick v Old Finchleians v Langleybury v Totteridge Millhillians v Hoddesdon

02 August 2014 (11.45am) Chorleywood v Knebworth Park Flitwick v Langleybury Hertford v Totteridge Millhillians Old Finchleians v Hoddesdon West Herts v Reed

17 May 2014 (12.30pm) Knebworth Park Langleybury Reed Totteridge Millhillians West Herts

v Old Finchleians v Hoddesdon v Hertford v Flitwick v Chorleywood

28 June 2014 (11.45am) Flitwick Hoddesdon Langleybury Old Finchleians Totteridge Millhillians

v West Herts v Reed v Hertford v Chorleywood v Knebworth Park

09 August 2014 (12.30pm) Flitwick v Old Finchleians Hoddesdon v Hertford Knebworth Park v West Herts Langleybury v Reed Totteridge Millhillians v Chorleywood

24 May 2014 (12.30pm) Chorleywood Flitwick Hertford Old Finchleians West Herts

v Reed v Hoddesdon v Knebworth Park v Totteridge Millhillians v Langleybury

05 July 2014 (11.45am) Flitwick Hertford Hoddesdon Langleybury Old Finchleians

v Reed v Chorleywood v Knebworth Park v Totteridge Millhillians v West Herts

16 August 2014 (12.30pm) Chorleywood v Hoddesdon Hertford v Flitwick Old Finchleians v Langleybury Reed v Knebworth Park West Herts v Totteridge Millhillians

31 May 2014 (12.30pm) Hoddesdon Knebworth Park Langleybury Reed Totteridge Millhillians

v Old Finchleians v Chorleywood v Flitwick v West Herts v Hertford

12 July 2014 (11.45am) Chorleywood Knebworth Park Reed Totteridge Millhillians West Herts

v Langleybury v Flitwick v Old Finchleians v Hoddesdon v Hertford

23 August 2014 (12.00pm) Flitwick v Chorleywood Hoddesdon v West Herts Langleybury v Knebworth Park Old Finchleians v Hertford Totteridge Millhillians v Reed

07 June 2014 (11.45am) Chorleywood Hertford Old Finchleians Reed West Herts

v Totteridge Millhillians v Hoddesdon v Flitwick v Langleybury v Knebworth Park

19 July 2014 (11.45am) Chorleywood Flitwick Hertford Hoddesdon Old Finchleians

v West Herts v Totteridge Millhillians v Reed v Langleybury v Knebworth Park

30 August 2014 (12.00pm) Chorleywood v Old Finchleians Hertford v Langleybury Knebworth Park v Totteridge Millhillians Reed v Hoddesdon West Herts v Flitwick

03 May 2014 (1.00pm) Ampthill Town Botany Bay Dunstable Shenley Village St Albans

v Kings Langley v Hitchin v Broxbourne v Luton Town & Indians v Holtwhites Trinibis

14 June 2014 (1.00pm) Broxbourne Dunstable Holtwhites Trinibis Kings Langley St Albans

v Hitchin v Botany Bay v Shenley Village v Luton Town & Indians v Ampthill Town

26 July 2014 (1.00pm) Ampthill Town Broxbourne Dunstable Holtwhites Trinibis St Albans

10 May 2014 (1.00pm) Broxbourne Hitchin Holtwhites Trinibis Kings Langley Luton Town & Indians

v Shenley Village v Ampthill Town v Dunstable v St Albans v Botany Bay

21 June 2014 (1.00pm) Ampthill Town Botany Bay Luton Town & Indians Shenley Village St Albans

v Dunstable v Holtwhites Trinibis v Hitchin v Kings Langley v Broxbourne

02 August 2014 (1.00pm) Botany Bay v Ampthill Town Hitchin v Holtwhites Trinibis Kings Langley v Broxbourne Luton Town & Indians v Dunstable Shenley Village v St Albans

17 May 2014 (1.00pm) Ampthill Town Botany Bay Broxbourne Dunstable St Albans

v Luton Town & Indians v Shenley Village v Holtwhites Trinibis v Kings Langley v Hitchin

28 June 2014 (1.00pm) Broxbourne Dunstable Hitchin Holtwhites Trinibis Kings Langley

v Luton Town & Indians v St Albans v Shenley Village v Ampthill Town v Botany Bay

09 August 2014 (1.00pm) Broxbourne v Ampthill Town Dunstable v Shenley Village Holtwhites Trinibis v Luton Town & Indians Kings Langley v Hitchin St Albans v Botany Bay

24 May 2014 (1.00pm) Botany Bay Hitchin Kings Langley Luton Town & Indians Shenley Village

v Broxbourne v Dunstable v Holtwhites Trinibis v St Albans v Ampthill Town

05 July 2014 (1.00pm) Broxbourne Hitchin Holtwhites Trinibis Kings Langley Luton Town & Indians

v Dunstable v Botany Bay v St Albans v Ampthill Town v Shenley Village

16 August 2014 (1.00pm) Ampthill Town v St Albans Botany Bay v Dunstable Hitchin v Broxbourne Luton Town & Indians v Kings Langley Shenley Village v Holtwhites Trinibis

31 May 2014 (1.00pm) Ampthill Town Broxbourne Dunstable Holtwhites Trinibis St Albans

v Botany Bay v Kings Langley v Luton Town & Indians v Hitchin v Shenley Village

12 July 2014 (1.00pm) Ampthill Town Botany Bay Dunstable Shenley Village St Albans

v Hitchin v Luton Town & Indians v Holtwhites Trinibis v Broxbourne v Kings Langley

23 August 2014 (1.00pm) Broxbourne v St Albans Dunstable v Ampthill Town Hitchin v Luton Town & Indians Holtwhites Trinibis v Botany Bay Kings Langley v Shenley Village

07 June 2014 (1.00pm) Ampthill Town Botany Bay Hitchin Luton Town & Indians Shenley Village

v Broxbourne v St Albans v Kings Langley v Holtwhites Trinibis v Dunstable

19 July 2014 (1.00pm) Hitchin Holtwhites Trinibis Kings Langley Luton Town & Indians Shenley Village

v St Albans v Broxbourne v Dunstable v Ampthill Town v Botany Bay

30 August 2014 (1.00pm) Ampthill Town v Holtwhites Trinibis Botany Bay v Kings Langley Luton Town & Indians v Broxbourne Shenley Village v Hitchin St Albans v Dunstable

v Flitwick v Hertford v West Herts v Chorleywood v Old Finchleians

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v Shenley Village v Botany Bay v Hitchin v Kings Langley v Luton Town & Indians


Division Two 03 May 2014 (1.00pm) Baldock County Hall Met Police Bushey Northchurch Old Albanian Old Owens Preston Radlett II Redbourn Watford Town 10 May 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley Baldock Cockfosters Hemel Hempstead Town Ickleford Northwood St Albans West Indian St Margaretsbury Welwyn Garden City II Wheathampstead 17 May 2014 (1.00pm) Baldock County Hall Leverstock Green Met Police Bushey Old Albanian Old Owens Preston Radlett II Redbourn Watford Town 24 May 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley Baldock Cockfosters Hemel Hempstead Town Ickleford Northwood Preston St Albans West Indian St Margaretsbury Wheathampstead 31 May 2014 (1.00pm) County Hall Leverstock Green Met Police Bushey Northchurch Old Owens Preston Radlett II Redbourn Watford Town Welwyn Garden City II 07 June 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley Baldock Cockfosters Hemel Hempstead Town Met Police Bushey Northwood Old Albanian St Albans West Indian St Margaretsbury Wheathampstead 14 June 2014 (1.00pm) County Hall Ickleford Leverstock Green Met Police Bushey Old Owens Preston Redbourn St Margaretsbury Watford Town Welwyn Garden City II

21 June 2014 (1.00pm) v Cockfosters Abbots Langley v Welwyn Garden City II Baldock v Wheathampstead Cockfosters v St Margaretsbury Hemel Hempstead Town v Hemel Hempstead Town II Northchurch v Northwood Old Albanian v Leverstock Green Preston v Ickleford St Albans West Indian v St Albans West Indian St Margaretsbury v Abbots Langley Wheathampstead

v Northwood v Old Owens v Radlett II II v Leverstock Green v Watford Town v Redbourn v Met Police Bushey v Ickleford v County Hall v Welwyn Garden City II

09 August 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley v Baldock County Hall v Watford Town Ickleford v Old Albanian Leverstock Green v Redbourn Northwood v Northchurch Preston v Hemel Hempstead Town II Radlett II v Old Owens St Albans West Indian v Cockfosters St Margaretsbury v Wheathampstead Welwyn Garden City II v Met Police Bushey

28 June 2014 (1.00pm) County Hall Hemel Hempstead Town Ickleford Northchurch Northwood Preston Radlett II Redbourn St Margaretsbury Watford Town

v Cockfosters II v Welwyn Garden City II v Wheathampstead v Old Owens v St Albans West Indian v Abbots Langley v Baldock v Met Police Bushey v Leverstock Green v Old Albanian

16 August 2014 (1.00pm) Baldock v St Albans West Indian Cockfosters v Wheathampstead Met Police Bushey v Ickleford Northchurch v Abbots Langley Old Albanian v Northwood Old Owens v County Hall Radlett II v Preston Redbourn v Welwyn Garden City II St Margaretsbury v Hemel Hempstead Town II Watford Town v Leverstock Green

v County Hall II v Ickleford v Cockfosters v Watford Town v Radlett II v Old Owens v Preston v Abbots Langley v St Margaretsbury v Northwood

23 August 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley v Old Albanian County Hall v Radlett II Hemel Hempstead Town II v Cockfosters Ickleford v Redbourn Leverstock Green v Old Owens Northwood v Met Police Bushey Preston v St Margaretsbury St Albans West Indian v Northchurch Welwyn Garden City II v Watford Town Wheathampstead v Baldock

v Old Owens v Preston v Northchurch II v Met Police Bushey v County Hall v Radlett II v Watford Town v Old Albanian v Leverstock Green v Redbourn

05 July 2014 (1.00pm) v Northchurch Baldock v Northwood Hemel Hempstead Town v Ickleford Leverstock Green v St Margaretsbury Met Police Bushey v Cockfosters Northchurch v St Albans West Indian Old Albanian v Welwyn Garden City II Redbourn v Abbots Langley St Albans West Indian v Hemel Hempstead Town II Welwyn Garden City II v Wheathampstead Wheathampstead v County Hall v Old Albanian v Met Police Bushey II v Watford Town v Welwyn Garden City II v Leverstock Green v Northchurch v Radlett II v Redbourn v Old Owens

12 July 2014 (1.00pm) Cockfosters County Hall Ickleford Leverstock Green Northwood Old Owens Preston Radlett II Redbourn Wheathampstead

19 July 2014 (1.00pm) v St Albans West Indian Hemel Hempstead Town v Abbots Langley Ickleford v Baldock Met Police Bushey v Old Albanian Northchurch v Hemel Hempstead Town II Old Albanian v Ickleford Redbourn v Wheathampstead St Margaretsbury v Cockfosters Watford Town v St Margaretsbury Welwyn Garden City II v Northwood Wheathampstead v Welwyn Garden City II v Redbourn v Watford Town II v Radlett II v Northchurch v Ickleford v Preston v Leverstock Green v Old Owens v County Hall

26 July 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley County Hall Ickleford Leverstock Green Northwood Old Owens Preston Radlett II St Albans West Indian Welwyn Garden City II

30 August 2014 (1.00pm) v Welwyn Garden City II Baldock v Hemel Hempstead Town II v Northchurch Cockfosters v St Margaretsbury v St Margaretsbury County Hall v Preston v Baldock Met Police Bushey v Abbots Langley v Hemel Hempstead Town II Northchurch v Wheathampstead v Met Police Bushey Old Albanian v St Albans West Indian v St Albans West Indian Old Owens v Welwyn Garden City II v Old Albanian Radlett II v Leverstock Green v Watford Town Redbourn v Northwood v Abbots Langley Watford Town v Ickleford II v Abbots Langley v Cockfosters v Radlett II v Leverstock Green v County Hall v Old Owens v Northwood v Preston v Baldock v St Albans West Indian v St Margaretsbury v Met Police Bushey v Baldock v Old Albanian v Cockfosters v Watford Town v Wheathampstead v Redbourn v Hemel Hempstead Town II v Northchurch

02 August 2014 (1.00pm) v Hemel Hempstead Town II Baldock v Northwood v Abbots Langley Cockfosters v Abbots Langley v Wheathampstead Hemel Hempstead Town II v Wheathampstead v Old Albanian Met Police Bushey v Leverstock Green v Cockfosters Northchurch v Ickleford v Northwood Old Albanian v Welwyn Garden City II v Northchurch Old Owens v Preston v Radlett II Redbourn v County Hall v Baldock St Margaretsbury v St Albans West Indian v St Albans West Indian Watford Town v Radlett II

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06 September 2014 (12.30pm) Abbots Langley v Redbourn Cockfosters v Preston Hemel Hempstead Town II v Northchurch Ickleford v Old Owens Leverstock Green v County Hall St Albans West Indian v Met Police Bushey St Margaretsbury v Baldock Watford Town v Northwood Welwyn Garden City II v Radlett II Wheathampstead v Old Albanian

Team Results Codes

Abbots Langley..................... AL1 Baldock................................. BA1 Cockfosters........................... CF1 County Hall........................... CH1 Hemel Hempstead Town II... HH2 Ickleford................................ IK1 Leverstock Green................. LG1 Met Police Bushey................ MP1 Northchurch.......................... NC1 Northwood............................ NW1 Old Albanian......................... OA1 Old Owens............................ OO1 Preston................................. PR1 Radlett II............................... RA2 Redbourn.............................. RB1 St Albans West Indian.......... SW1 St Margaretsbury.................. SM1 Watford Town........................ WT1 Welwyn Garden City II.......... WG2 Wheathampstead................. WD1


Division Three 03 May 2014 (1.00pm) Bushey Chipperfield Clarendon Eversholt Harpenden II Luton Town & Indians II North Mymms II Northwood Town Potters Bar II Potton Town Southgate Adelaide

21 June 2014 (1.00pm) Chipperfield Clarendon v Potton Town Eversholt v Luton Town & Indians II Harpenden II v Southgate Adelaide Hatfield Hyde v Stevenage II Hertford II v Knebworth Park II Letchworth Garden City II v Potters Bar II North Mymms II v Northwood Town Old Elizabethans v North Enfield Totteridge Millhillians II v Bushey Waltham X Rosedale v Sawbridgeworth II

09 August 2014 (1.00pm) Bushey v Northwood Town Hatfield Hyde v Letchworth Garden City II Hertford II v Chipperfield Clarendon Luton Town & Indians II v Knebworth Park II North Enfield v Harpenden II Old Elizabethans v Totteridge Millhillians II Potters Bar II v Southgate Adelaide Sawbridgeworth II v Potton Town Stevenage II v Eversholt Waltham X Rosedale v North Mymms II

10 May 2014 (1.00pm) Harpenden II v North Mymms II Hatfield Hyde v Chipperfield Clarendon Knebworth Park II v Eversholt Letchworth Garden City II v Potton Town North Enfield v Northwood Town Old Elizabethans v Bushey Sawbridgeworth II v Potters Bar II Stevenage II v Hertford II Totteridge Millhillians II v Luton Town & Indians II Waltham X Rosedale v Southgate Adelaide

28 June 2014 (1.00pm) Bushey Chipperfield Clarendon Hertford II Luton Town & Indians II North Enfield Northwood Town Potters Bar II Sawbridgeworth II Southgate Adelaide Stevenage II

v Harpenden II v Eversholt v Letchworth Garden City II v Old Elizabethans v Waltham X Rosedale v Totteridge Millhillians II v North Mymms II v Hatfield Hyde v Potton Town v Knebworth Park II

16 August 2014 (1.00pm) Bushey v Potters Bar II Chipperfield Clarendon v Stevenage II Eversholt v Sawbridgeworth II Harpenden II v Old Elizabethans Letchworth Garden City II v Knebworth Park II North Mymms II v Hatfield Hyde Northwood Town v Luton Town & Indians II Potton Town v North Enfield Southgate Adelaide v Hertford II Totteridge Millhillians II v Waltham X Rosedale

17 May 2014 (1.00pm) Bushey Chipperfield Clarendon Eversholt Harpenden II Hertford II Luton Town & Indians II Northwood Town Potters Bar II Potton Town Southgate Adelaide

05 July 2014 (1.00pm) Chipperfield Clarendon Eversholt Hatfield Hyde Hertford II Knebworth Park II Northwood Town Potton Town Stevenage II Totteridge Millhillians II Waltham X Rosedale

v Luton Town & Indians II v Southgate Adelaide v North Enfield v North Mymms II v Sawbridgeworth II v Harpenden II v Bushey v Letchworth Garden City II v Potters Bar II v Old Elizabethans

23 August 2014 (1.00pm) Hatfield Hyde v Totteridge Millhillians II Hertford II v Bushey Knebworth Park II v North Mymms II Luton Town & Indians II v Letchworth Garden City II North Enfield v Eversholt Northwood Town v Potters Bar II Old Elizabethans v Potton Town Sawbridgeworth II v Chipperfield Clarendon Stevenage II v Southgate Adelaide Waltham X Rosedale v Harpenden II

v North Enfield v Waltham X Rosedale v Hatfield Hyde v Letchworth Garden City II v Hertford II v Totteridge Millhillians II v Sawbridgeworth II v Stevenage II v Knebworth Park II v Old Elizabethans

v Waltham X Rosedale v Knebworth Park II v Letchworth Garden City II v Totteridge Millhillians II v Sawbridgeworth II v Stevenage II v Old Elizabethans v North Enfield v North Mymms II v Hatfield Hyde

24 May 2014 (1.00pm) Harpenden II v Luton Town & Indians II Hatfield Hyde v Bushey Knebworth Park II v Southgate Adelaide Letchworth Garden City II v Chipperfield Clarendon North Enfield v Hertford II North Mymms II v Eversholt Old Elizabethans v Potters Bar II Sawbridgeworth II v Stevenage II Totteridge Millhillians II v Potton Town Waltham X Rosedale v Northwood Town

12 July 2014 (1.00pm) Bushey v Eversholt Hertford II v Totteridge Millhillians II Letchworth Garden City II v Sawbridgeworth II Luton Town & Indians II v Waltham X Rosedale North Enfield v Knebworth Park II North Mymms II v Stevenage II Northwood Town v Potton Town Old Elizabethans v Hatfield Hyde Potters Bar II v Harpenden II Southgate Adelaide v Chipperfield Clarendon

30 August 2014 (1.00pm) Bushey v Stevenage II Chipperfield Clarendon v North Enfield Harpenden II v Hatfield Hyde North Mymms II v Letchworth Garden City II Northwood Town v Hertford II Old Elizabethans v Eversholt Potters Bar II v Luton Town & Indians II Potton Town v Waltham X Rosedale Southgate Adelaide v Sawbridgeworth II Totteridge Millhillians II v Knebworth Park II

31 May 2014 (1.00pm) Bushey Chipperfield Clarendon Hatfield Hyde Hertford II Luton Town & Indians II Potters Bar II Potton Town Southgate Adelaide Stevenage II Totteridge Millhillians II

19 July 2014 (1.00pm) Chipperfield Clarendon v Bushey Eversholt v Northwood Town Harpenden II v Hertford II Hatfield Hyde v Waltham X Rosedale Knebworth Park II v Old Elizabethans Letchworth Garden City II v North Enfield Potton Town v Potters Bar II Sawbridgeworth II v North Mymms II Southgate Adelaide v Luton Town & Indians II Totteridge Millhillians II v Stevenage II

06 September 2014 (12.30pm) Hatfield Hyde v Potton Town Hertford II v Potters Bar II Knebworth Park II v Harpenden II Letchworth Garden City II v Totteridge Millhillians II North Enfield v Southgate Adelaide North Mymms II v Luton Town & Indians II Old Elizabethans v Chipperfield Clarendon Sawbridgeworth II v Bushey Stevenage II v Northwood Town Waltham X Rosedale v Eversholt

v Knebworth Park II v North Mymms II v Northwood Town v Old Elizabethans v Sawbridgeworth II v Waltham X Rosedale v Harpenden II v Letchworth Garden City II v North Enfield v Eversholt

07 June 2014 (1.00pm) Harpenden II v Eversholt Hatfield Hyde v Potters Bar II Knebworth Park II v Northwood Town Letchworth Garden City II v Bushey North Enfield v Sawbridgeworth II North Mymms II v Southgate Adelaide Old Elizabethans v Stevenage II Potton Town v Luton Town & Indians II Totteridge Millhillians II v Chipperfield Clarendon Waltham X Rosedale v Hertford II

26 July 2014 (1.00pm) Hertford II Luton Town & Indians II North Enfield Northwood Town Old Elizabethans Potters Bar II Southgate Adelaide Stevenage II Totteridge Millhillians II Waltham X Rosedale

14 June 2014 (1.00pm) Bushey Chipperfield Clarendon Eversholt Hertford II Luton Town & Indians II Northwood Town Potters Bar II Sawbridgeworth II Southgate Adelaide Stevenage II

02 August 2014 (1.00pm) Bushey v Luton Town & Indians II Chipperfield Clarendon v Potters Bar II Eversholt v Hertford II Harpenden II v Sawbridgeworth II Knebworth Park II v Hatfield Hyde Letchworth Garden City II v Waltham X Rosedale North Mymms II v Old Elizabethans Potton Town v Stevenage II Southgate Adelaide v Northwood Town Totteridge Millhillians II v North Enfield

v North Mymms II v Harpenden II v Potton Town v Hatfield Hyde v North Enfield v Letchworth Garden City II v Knebworth Park II v Old Elizabethans v Totteridge Millhillians II v Waltham X Rosedale

v Potton Town v Hatfield Hyde v North Mymms II v Chipperfield Clarendon v Letchworth Garden City II v Eversholt v Bushey v Harpenden II v Sawbridgeworth II v Knebworth Park II

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Team Results Codes

Bushey.................................. BU1 Chipperfield Clarendon......... CC1 Eversholt............................... EV1 Harpenden II......................... HP2 Hatfield Hyde........................ HY1 Hertford II.............................. HF2 Knebworth Park II................. KP2 Letchworth Garden City II..... LW2 Luton Town & Indians II........ LT2 North Enfield......................... NE1 North Mymms II.................... NM2 Northwood Town................... NT1 Old Elizabethans.................. OE1 Potters Bar II........................ PB2 Potton Town.......................... PT1 Sawbridgeworth II................. SB2 Southgate Adelaide.............. SA1 Stevenage II......................... SG2 Totteridge Millhillians II......... TM2 Waltham X Rosedale............ WX1


Division Four 03 May 2014 (1.00pm) Bayford & Hertford Berkhamsted Bishop's Stortford II Broxbourne II Datchworth Hitchin II Langleybury II London Colney Rickmansworth Sandridge

v Hatfield & Crusaders v Northampton Exiles v Chorleywood II v Dunstable II v Hertingfordbury v West Herts II v Southgate Compton v Ampthill Town II v Cheshunt v St Albans II

21 June 2014 (1.00pm) Broxbourne II Cheshunt Dunstable II Hatfield & Crusaders Langleybury II Northampton Exiles Rickmansworth Sandridge Southgate Compton St Albans II

v Berkhamsted v West Herts II v Hitchin II v Ampthill Town II v London Colney v Datchworth v Bishop's Stortford II v Bayford & Hertford v Hertingfordbury v Chorleywood II

09 August 2014 (1.00pm) Ampthill Town II v Sandridge Bishop's Stortford II v St Albans II Cheshunt v Dunstable II Chorleywood II v Bayford & Hertford Datchworth v Broxbourne II Hatfield & Crusaders v Langleybury II Hitchin II v Berkhamsted London Colney v Hertingfordbury Northampton Exiles v Southgate Compton West Herts II v Rickmansworth

10 May 2014 (1.00pm) Ampthill Town II Cheshunt Datchworth Dunstable II Hatfield & Crusaders Langleybury II Northampton Exiles Southgate Compton St Albans II West Herts II

v Hitchin II v Bayford & Hertford v London Colney v Sandridge v Berkhamsted v Broxbourne II v Hertingfordbury v Bishop's Stortford II v Rickmansworth v Chorleywood II

28 June 2014 (1.00pm) Ampthill Town II Bayford & Hertford Berkhamsted Bishop's Stortford II Chorleywood II Datchworth Hertingfordbury Hitchin II Southgate Compton West Herts II

v Cheshunt v Rickmansworth v Sandridge v Northampton Exiles v Dunstable II v Hatfield & Crusaders v Broxbourne II v Langleybury II v London Colney v St Albans II

16 August 2014 (1.00pm) Bayford & Hertford v West Herts II Berkhamsted v Chorleywood II Broxbourne II v Northampton Exiles Datchworth v Sandridge Dunstable II v St Albans II Hertingfordbury v Hitchin II Langleybury II v Cheshunt London Colney v Bishop's Stortford II Rickmansworth v Ampthill Town II Southgate Compton v Hatfield & Crusaders

17 May 2014 (1.00pm) Bayford & Hertford Berkhamsted Bishop's Stortford II Chorleywood II Hertingfordbury Hitchin II London Colney Rickmansworth Sandridge Southgate Compton

v St Albans II v Cheshunt v West Herts II v Ampthill Town II v Hatfield & Crusaders v Datchworth v Northampton Exiles v Dunstable II v Langleybury II v Broxbourne II

05 July 2014 (1.00pm) Ampthill Town II Bayford & Hertford Cheshunt Chorleywood II Hertingfordbury London Colney Northampton Exiles Rickmansworth Southgate Compton West Herts II

v St Albans II v Bishop's Stortford II v Datchworth v Langleybury II v Sandridge v Broxbourne II v Hatfield & Crusaders v Berkhamsted v Hitchin II v Dunstable II

23 August 2014 (1.00pm) Ampthill Town II v Bayford & Hertford Bishop's Stortford II v Dunstable II Cheshunt v Southgate Compton Chorleywood II v Hertingfordbury Datchworth v Rickmansworth Hatfield & Crusaders v Broxbourne II London Colney v Hitchin II Northampton Exiles v Sandridge St Albans II v Langleybury II West Herts II v Berkhamsted

24 May 2014 (1.00pm) Ampthill Town II Broxbourne II Cheshunt Datchworth Dunstable II Hatfield & Crusaders Langleybury II Northampton Exiles Sandridge St Albans II

v West Herts II v Bishop's Stortford II v Hertingfordbury v Chorleywood II v Bayford & Hertford v London Colney v Rickmansworth v Hitchin II v Southgate Compton v Berkhamsted

12 July 2014 (1.00pm) Berkhamsted Bishop's Stortford II Datchworth Dunstable II Hertingfordbury Hitchin II Langleybury II London Colney Northampton Exiles Southgate Compton

v Bayford & Hertford v Hatfield & Crusaders v St Albans II v Ampthill Town II v Rickmansworth v Broxbourne II v West Herts II v Sandridge v Cheshunt v Chorleywood II

30 August 2014 (1.00pm) Bayford & Hertford v Datchworth Berkhamsted v Ampthill Town II Broxbourne II v Cheshunt Hertingfordbury v West Herts II Hitchin II v Bishop's Stortford II Langleybury II v Dunstable II London Colney v Chorleywood II Rickmansworth v Northampton Exiles Sandridge v Hatfield & Crusaders Southgate Compton v St Albans II

31 May 2014 (1.00pm) Bayford & Hertford Berkhamsted Bishop's Stortford II Chorleywood II Hertingfordbury Hitchin II London Colney Rickmansworth Sandridge West Herts II

v Langleybury II v Dunstable II v Ampthill Town II v Northampton Exiles v St Albans II v Hatfield & Crusaders v Cheshunt v Southgate Compton v Broxbourne II v Datchworth

19 July 2014 (1.00pm) Ampthill Town II Bayford & Hertford Berkhamsted Broxbourne II Cheshunt Dunstable II Rickmansworth Sandridge St Albans II West Herts II

v Langleybury II v Hertingfordbury v Bishop's Stortford II v Chorleywood II v Hatfield & Crusaders v Datchworth v London Colney v Hitchin II v Northampton Exiles v Southgate Compton

06 September 2014 (12.30pm) Ampthill Town II v Hertingfordbury Cheshunt v Sandridge Chorleywood II v Hitchin II Datchworth v Berkhamsted Dunstable II v Southgate Compton Hatfield & Crusaders v Rickmansworth Langleybury II v Bishop's Stortford II Northampton Exiles v Bayford & Hertford St Albans II v Broxbourne II West Herts II v London Colney

07 June 2014 (1.00pm) Broxbourne II Cheshunt Datchworth Dunstable II Hatfield & Crusaders Langleybury II Northampton Exiles Sandridge Southgate Compton St Albans II

v Rickmansworth v Hitchin II v Ampthill Town II v Hertingfordbury v Chorleywood II v Berkhamsted v West Herts II v Bishop's Stortford II v Bayford & Hertford v London Colney

26 July 2014 (1.00pm) Bishop's Stortford II Datchworth Hatfield & Crusaders Hertingfordbury Hitchin II London Colney Northampton Exiles Sandridge Southgate Compton West Herts II

v Cheshunt v Langleybury II v St Albans II v Berkhamsted v Rickmansworth v Bayford & Hertford v Dunstable II v Chorleywood II v Ampthill Town II v Broxbourne II

14 June 2014 (1.00pm) Ampthill Town II Bayford & Hertford Berkhamsted Bishop's Stortford II Chorleywood II Hertingfordbury Hitchin II London Colney Rickmansworth West Herts II

v Northampton Exiles v Broxbourne II v Southgate Compton v Datchworth v Cheshunt v Langleybury II v St Albans II v Dunstable II v Sandridge v Hatfield & Crusaders

02 August 2014 (1.00pm) Bayford & Hertford v Hitchin II Berkhamsted v London Colney Broxbourne II v Ampthill Town II Dunstable II v Hatfield & Crusaders Hertingfordbury v Bishop's Stortford II Langleybury II v Northampton Exiles Rickmansworth v Chorleywood II Sandridge v West Herts II Southgate Compton v Datchworth St Albans II v Cheshunt

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Team Results Codes

Ampthill Town II.................... AT2 Bayford & Hertford................ BN1 Berkhamsted........................ BK1 Bishop's Stortford II.............. BS2 Broxbourne II........................ BR2 Cheshunt.............................. CN1 Chorleywood II...................... CW2 Datchworth........................... DW1 Dunstable II.......................... DU2 Hatfield & Crusaders............ HC1 Hertingfordbury..................... HB1 Hitchin II................................ HI2 Langleybury II....................... LA2 London Colney..................... LC1 Northampton Exiles.............. NX1 Rickmansworth..................... RI1 Sandridge............................. SR1 Southgate Compton.............. SC1 St Albans II........................... ST2 West Herts II......................... WH2


Division Five 03 May 2014 (1.00pm) Cockfosters II Flitwick II Harpenden III Hatfield & Crusaders II Hertford III Hoddesdon II Leverstock Green II Parkfield & Headstone Wheathampstead II Wormley

v Bentley Heath v Hemel Hempstead T. III v Radlett III v Chipperfield Clarendon II v Old Cholmeleians v Knebworth Park III v Preston II v Flamstead v Welwyn Garden City III v Watford Town II

21 June 2014 (1.00pm) Flamstead Flitwick II Hoddesdon II Knebworth Park III Leverstock Green II Parkfield & Headstone Radlett III Watford Town II Welwyn Garden City III Wormley

v Hertford III v Preston II v Hatfield & Crusaders II v Old Cholmeleians v Wheathampstead II v Cockfosters II v Bentley Heath v Hemel Hempstead T. III v Chipperfield Clarendon II v Harpenden III

09 August 2014 (1.00pm) Bentley Heath v Wormley Chipperfield Clarendon II v Leverstock Green II Cockfosters II v Radlett III Flamstead v Knebworth Park III Hemel Hempstead T. III v Harpenden III Hertford III v Parkfield & Headstone Old Cholmeleians v Hatfield & Crusaders II Watford Town II v Preston II Welwyn Garden City III v Hoddesdon II Wheathampstead II v Flitwick II

10 May 2014 (1.00pm) Chipperfield Clarendon II Flamstead Hemel Hempstead T. III Hertford III Knebworth Park III Leverstock Green II Preston II Radlett III Watford Town II Welwyn Garden City III

v Wheathampstead II v Wormley v Old Cholmeleians v Bentley Heath v Harpenden III v Cockfosters II v Hoddesdon II v Parkfield & Headstone v Hatfield & Crusaders II v Flitwick II

28 June 2014 (1.00pm) Bentley Heath Cockfosters II Hatfield & Crusaders II Hemel Hempstead T. III Hertford III Leverstock Green II Old Cholmeleians Welwyn Garden City III Wheathampstead II Wormley

v Knebworth Park III v Chipperfield Clarendon II v Harpenden III v Flamstead v Radlett III v Flitwick II v Preston II v Watford Town II v Hoddesdon II v Parkfield & Headstone

16 August 2014 (1.00pm) Flitwick II v Cockfosters II Harpenden III v Welwyn Garden City III Hatfield & Crusaders II v Bentley Heath Hemel Hempstead T. III v Parkfield & Headstone Hoddesdon II v Chipperfield Clarendon II Knebworth Park III v Radlett III Leverstock Green II v Watford Town II Preston II v Flamstead Wheathampstead II v Old Cholmeleians Wormley v Hertford III

17 May 2014 (1.00pm) Bentley Heath Cockfosters II Flitwick II Harpenden III Hatfield & Crusaders II Hoddesdon II Old Cholmeleians Parkfield & Headstone Wheathampstead II Wormley

v Hemel Hempstead T. III v Hertford III v Chipperfield Clarendon II v Preston II v Flamstead v Leverstock Green II v Welwyn Garden City III v Knebworth Park III v Watford Town II v Radlett III

05 July 2014 (1.00pm) Cockfosters II Flamstead Harpenden III Hatfield & Crusaders II Hemel Hempstead T. III Hoddesdon II Knebworth Park III Old Cholmeleians Preston II Watford Town II

v Wormley v Welwyn Garden City III v Wheathampstead II v Parkfield & Headstone v Radlett III v Flitwick II v Hertford III v Leverstock Green II v Bentley Heath v Chipperfield Clarendon II

23 August 2014 (1.00pm) Bentley Heath v Wheathampstead II Chipperfield Clarendon II v Harpenden III Cockfosters II v Knebworth Park III Flamstead v Leverstock Green II Hertford III v Hatfield & Crusaders II Old Cholmeleians v Flitwick II Radlett III v Preston II Watford Town II v Hoddesdon II Welwyn Garden City III v Parkfield & Headstone Wormley v Hemel Hempstead T. III

24 May 2014 (1.00pm) Chipperfield Clarendon II Flamstead Hemel Hempstead T. III Hoddesdon II Knebworth Park III Leverstock Green II Parkfield & Headstone Radlett III Watford Town II Welwyn Garden City III

v Old Cholmeleians v Wheathampstead II v Hertford III v Cockfosters II v Wormley v Harpenden III v Preston II v Hatfield & Crusaders II v Flitwick II v Bentley Heath

12 July 2014 (1.00pm) Bentley Heath Chipperfield Clarendon II Flitwick II Hatfield & Crusaders II Hemel Hempstead T. III Hertford III Hoddesdon II Parkfield & Headstone Radlett III Watford Town II

v Leverstock Green II v Flamstead v Harpenden III v Wormley v Knebworth Park III v Preston II v Old Cholmeleians v Wheathampstead II v Welwyn Garden City III v Cockfosters II

30 August 2014 (1.00pm) Flitwick II v Bentley Heath Harpenden III v Watford Town II Hatfield & Crusaders II v Hemel Hempstead T. III Hoddesdon II v Flamstead Leverstock Green II v Radlett III Old Cholmeleians v Cockfosters II Parkfield & Headstone v Chipperfield Clarendon II Preston II v Knebworth Park III Wheathampstead II v Hertford III Wormley v Welwyn Garden City III

31 May 2014 (1.00pm) Bentley Heath Cockfosters II Flitwick II Harpenden III Hatfield & Crusaders II Old Cholmeleians Parkfield & Headstone Welwyn Garden City III Wheathampstead II Wormley

v Chipperfield Clarendon II v Hemel Hempstead T. III v Flamstead v Hoddesdon II v Knebworth Park III v Watford Town II v Leverstock Green II v Hertford III v Radlett III v Preston II

19 July 2014 (1.00pm) Bentley Heath Cockfosters II Flamstead Leverstock Green II Old Cholmeleians Parkfield & Headstone Preston II Radlett III Welwyn Garden City III Wormley

v Hoddesdon II v Hatfield & Crusaders II v Watford Town II v Hertford III v Harpenden III v Flitwick II v Hemel Hempstead T. III v Chipperfield Clarendon II v Knebworth Park III v Wheathampstead II

06 September 2014 (12.30pm) Bentley Heath v Old Cholmeleians Chipperfield Clarendon II v Wormley Harpenden III v Flamstead Hemel Hempstead T. III v Wheathampstead II Hertford III v Flitwick II Knebworth Park III v Leverstock Green II Parkfield & Headstone v Watford Town II Preston II v Cockfosters II Radlett III v Hoddesdon II Welwyn Garden City III v Hatfield & Crusaders II

07 June 2014 (1.00pm) Chipperfield Clarendon II Flamstead Harpenden III Hoddesdon II Knebworth Park III Leverstock Green II Preston II Radlett III Watford Town II Welwyn Garden City III

v Hertford III v Old Cholmeleians v Cockfosters II v Parkfield & Headstone v Wheathampstead II v Wormley v Hatfield & Crusaders II v Flitwick II v Bentley Heath v Hemel Hempstead T. III

26 July 2014 (1.00pm) Bentley Heath Chipperfield Clarendon II Cockfosters II Flitwick II Hemel Hempstead T. III Hertford III Old Cholmeleians Watford Town II Welwyn Garden City III Wheathampstead II

v Harpenden III v Knebworth Park III v Flamstead v Wormley v Leverstock Green II v Hoddesdon II v Parkfield & Headstone v Radlett III v Preston II v Hatfield & Crusaders II

14 June 2014 (1.00pm) Cockfosters II Flamstead Hatfield & Crusaders II Hemel Hempstead T. III Hertford III Knebworth Park III Old Cholmeleians Parkfield & Headstone Wheathampstead II Wormley

v Welwyn Garden City III v Bentley Heath v Leverstock Green II v Chipperfield Clarendon II v Watford Town II v Flitwick II v Radlett III v Harpenden III v Preston II v Hoddesdon II

02 August 2014 (1.00pm) Harpenden III v Hertford III Hatfield & Crusaders II v Flitwick II Hoddesdon II v Hemel Hempstead T. III Knebworth Park III v Watford Town II Leverstock Green II v Welwyn Garden City III Parkfield & Headstone v Bentley Heath Preston II v Chipperfield Clarendon II Radlett III v Flamstead Wheathampstead II v Cockfosters II Wormley v Old Cholmeleians

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Team Results Codes

Bentley Heath....................... BH1 Chipperfield Clarendon II...... CC2 Cockfosters II........................ CF2 Flamstead............................. FL1 Flitwick II............................... FW2 Harpenden III........................ HP3 Hatfield & Crusaders II......... HC2 Hemel Hempstead Town III.. HH3 Hertford III............................. HF3 Hoddesdon II........................ HO2 Knebworth Park III................ KP3 Leverstock Green II.............. LG2 Old Cholmeleians................. OM1 Parkfield & Headstone.......... PH1 Preston II.............................. PR2 Radlett III.............................. RA3 Watford Town II..................... WT2 Welwyn Garden City III......... WG3 Wheathampstead II.............. WD2 Wormley................................ WO1


Division Six 03 May 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley II Boxmoor Clifton Ickleford II Kings Langley II Northwood II Old Cholmeleians II Old Finchleians II Old Haberdashers St Margaretsbury II

21 June 2014 (1.00pm) Clifton v Kings Langley II Codicote v Reed II Ickleford II v Abbots Langley II Letchworth Garden City III v Shenley Village II Luton Town & Indians III v Botany Bay II Northwood II v Old Haberdashers Old Cholmeleians II v St Margaretsbury II Old Finchleians II v Hexton Redbourn II v Rickmansworth II Totteridge Millhillians III v Boxmoor

09 August 2014 (1.00pm) Botany Bay II v Northwood II Boxmoor v St Margaretsbury II Codicote v Hexton Luton Town & Indians III v Old Cholmeleians II Old Finchleians II v Kings Langley II Old Haberdashers v Letchworth Garden City III Redbourn II v Clifton Reed II v Ickleford II Rickmansworth II v Totteridge Millhillians III Shenley Village II v Abbots Langley II

10 May 2014 (1.00pm) Botany Bay II v Shenley Village II Clifton v Old Haberdashers Codicote v Boxmoor Hexton v Totteridge Millhillians III Letchworth Garden City III v Northwood II Luton Town & Indians III v Abbots Langley II Old Cholmeleians II v Ickleford II Redbourn II v Kings Langley II Reed II v St Margaretsbury II Rickmansworth II v Old Finchleians II

28 June 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley II v Northwood II Boxmoor v Ickleford II Clifton v Old Finchleians II Codicote v Rickmansworth II Hexton v St Margaretsbury II Letchworth Garden City III v Botany Bay II Old Haberdashers v Redbourn II Reed II v Luton Town & Indians III Shenley Village II v Old Cholmeleians II Totteridge Millhillians III v Kings Langley II

16 August 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley II v Botany Bay II Boxmoor v Shenley Village II Clifton v Codicote Hexton v Luton Town & Indians III Ickleford II v Rickmansworth II Kings Langley II v St Margaretsbury II Northwood II v Reed II Old Cholmeleians II v Letchworth Garden City III Old Haberdashers v Old Finchleians II Totteridge Millhillians III v Redbourn II

17 May 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley II Boxmoor Ickleford II Kings Langley II Northwood II Old Finchleians II Old Haberdashers Shenley Village II St Margaretsbury II Totteridge Millhillians III

05 July 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley II v Old Haberdashers Botany Bay II v Old Cholmeleians II Codicote v Redbourn II Ickleford II v Kings Langley II Letchworth Garden City III v Reed II Luton Town & Indians III v Rickmansworth II Northwood II v Boxmoor Shenley Village II v Hexton St Margaretsbury II v Clifton Totteridge Millhillians III v Old Finchleians II

23 August 2014 (1.00pm) Botany Bay II v Boxmoor Codicote v Totteridge Millhillians III Letchworth Garden City III v Hexton Luton Town & Indians III v Clifton Old Haberdashers v Old Cholmeleians II Redbourn II v Ickleford II Reed II v Abbots Langley II Rickmansworth II v Northwood II Shenley Village II v Kings Langley II St Margaretsbury II v Old Finchleians II

24 May 2014 (1.00pm) Clifton v Ickleford II Codicote v Old Finchleians II Hexton v Northwood II Letchworth Garden City III v Boxmoor Luton Town & Indians III v Kings Langley II Old Cholmeleians II v Abbots Langley II Redbourn II v St Margaretsbury II Reed II v Botany Bay II Rickmansworth II v Shenley Village II Totteridge Millhillians III v Old Haberdashers

12 July 2014 (1.00pm) Boxmoor Clifton Hexton Kings Langley II Luton Town & Indians III Old Cholmeleians II Old Finchleians II Old Haberdashers Rickmansworth II St Margaretsbury II

30 August 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley II v Rickmansworth II Boxmoor v Reed II Clifton v Letchworth Garden City III Hexton v Old Cholmeleians II Ickleford II v Codicote Kings Langley II v Botany Bay II Northwood II v Redbourn II Old Finchleians II v Shenley Village II St Margaretsbury II v Old Haberdashers Totteridge Millhillians III v Luton Town & Indians III

31 May 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley II Botany Bay II Boxmoor Ickleford II Kings Langley II Northwood II Old Finchleians II Old Haberdashers Shenley Village II St Margaretsbury II

19 July 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley II v Kings Langley II Botany Bay II v Clifton Boxmoor v Old Haberdashers Letchworth Garden City III v Redbourn II Luton Town & Indians III v Codicote Northwood II v Old Finchleians II Reed II v Hexton Rickmansworth II v Old Cholmeleians II St Margaretsbury II v Ickleford II Totteridge Millhillians III v Shenley Village II

v Codicote v Redbourn II v Hexton v Letchworth Garden City III v Rickmansworth II v Luton Town & Indians III v Totteridge Millhillians III v Reed II v Shenley Village II v Botany Bay II

v Letchworth Garden City III v Luton Town & Indians III v Hexton v Codicote v Old Cholmeleians II v Redbourn II v Botany Bay II v Reed II v Rickmansworth II v Clifton

v Hexton v Rickmansworth II v Old Cholmeleians II v Totteridge Millhillians III v Letchworth Garden City III v Clifton v Luton Town & Indians III v Reed II v Redbourn II v Codicote

v Abbots Langley II v Shenley Village II v Botany Bay II v Northwood II v Redbourn II v Reed II v Ickleford II v Codicote v Letchworth Garden City III v Totteridge Millhillians III

07 June 2014 (1.00pm) Clifton v Abbots Langley II Codicote v Shenley Village II Hexton v Boxmoor Ickleford II v Old Haberdashers Kings Langley II v Old Cholmeleians II Letchworth Garden City III v Old Finchleians II Luton Town & Indians III v St Margaretsbury II Redbourn II v Botany Bay II Rickmansworth II v Reed II Totteridge Millhillians III v Northwood II

26 July 2014 (1.00pm) Botany Bay II Clifton Codicote Kings Langley II Old Finchleians II Old Haberdashers Redbourn II Rickmansworth II Shenley Village II St Margaretsbury II

14 June 2014 (1.00pm) Botany Bay II Boxmoor Hexton Northwood II Old Finchleians II Old Haberdashers Reed II Shenley Village II St Margaretsbury II Totteridge Millhillians III

02 August 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley II v St Margaretsbury II Boxmoor v Old Finchleians II Clifton v Rickmansworth II Hexton v Redbourn II Ickleford II v Botany Bay II Letchworth Garden City III v Luton Town & Indians III Northwood II v Shenley Village II Old Cholmeleians II v Codicote Old Haberdashers v Kings Langley II Reed II v Totteridge Millhillians III

v Codicote v Clifton v Kings Langley II v Ickleford II v Old Cholmeleians II v Rickmansworth II v Redbourn II v Luton Town & Indians III v Letchworth Garden City III v Abbots Langley II

v Totteridge Millhillians III v Reed II v Letchworth Garden City III v Boxmoor v Abbots Langley II v Luton Town & Indians III v Old Cholmeleians II v Hexton v Ickleford II v Northwood II

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06 September 2014 (12.30pm) Botany Bay II v Old Finchleians II Codicote v Northwood II Hexton v Old Haberdashers Letchworth Garden City III v Totteridge Millhillians III Luton Town & Indians III v Ickleford II Old Cholmeleians II v Clifton Redbourn II v Abbots Langley II Reed II v Kings Langley II Rickmansworth II v Boxmoor Shenley Village II v St Margaretsbury II

Team Results Codes

Abbots Langley II.................. AL2 Botany Bay II........................ BB2 Boxmoor............................... BX1 Clifton................................... CL1 Codicote............................... CD1 Hexton.................................. HX1 Ickleford II............................. IK2 Kings Langley II.................... KL2 Letchworth Garden City III.... LW3 Luton Town & Indians III....... LT3 Northwood II......................... NW2 Old Cholmeleians II.............. OM2 Old Finchleians II.................. OF2 Old Haberdashers................ OH1 Redbourn II........................... RB2 Reed II.................................. RE2 Rickmansworth II.................. RI2 Shenley Village II.................. SV2 St Margaretsbury II............... SM2 Totteridge Millhillians III........ TM3


Division Seven 03 May 2014 (1.00pm) Holtwhites Trinibis II North Enfield II Old Camdenians Radlett IV St Albans III Stevenage III Tewin Waltham X Rosedale II Ware Watton-at-Stone

v County Hall II v Old Owens II v Mill Hill Village v Old Albanian II v Southgate Adelaide II v Eversholt II v Northchurch II v Potters Bar III v Baldock II v Great Gaddesden

21 June 2014 (1.00pm) County Hall II Great Gaddesden Holtwhites Trinibis II North Enfield II Old Camdenians Old Owens II Potters Bar III Radlett IV Southgate Adelaide II Watton-at-Stone

v Tewin v Baldock II v Waltham X Rosedale II v Ware v Stevenage III v Northchurch II v Eversholt II v Mill Hill Village v Old Albanian II v St Albans III

09 August 2014 (1.00pm) Baldock II v St Albans III Eversholt II v Holtwhites Trinibis II Northchurch II v North Enfield II Old Albanian II v Watton-at-Stone Old Owens II v County Hall II Potters Bar III v Old Camdenians Southgate Adelaide II v Mill Hill Village Stevenage III v Radlett IV Tewin v Waltham X Rosedale II Ware v Great Gaddesden

10 May 2014 (1.00pm) County Hall II Eversholt II Great Gaddesden Mill Hill Village Northchurch II Old Albanian II Old Camdenians Old Owens II Potters Bar III Southgate Adelaide II

v Watton-at-Stone v Radlett IV v North Enfield II v Holtwhites Trinibis II v Baldock II v Tewin v Ware v St Albans III v Stevenage III v Waltham X Rosedale II

28 June 2014 (1.00pm) Baldock II Eversholt II Great Gaddesden Old Camdenians Old Owens II St Albans III Stevenage III Tewin Waltham X Rosedale II Ware

v County Hall II v Southgate Adelaide II v Northchurch II v Radlett IV v Old Albanian II v North Enfield II v Holtwhites Trinibis II v Mill Hill Village v Watton-at-Stone v Potters Bar III

16 August 2014 (1.00pm) County Hall II v Great Gaddesden Holtwhites Trinibis II v Potters Bar III Mill Hill Village v Old Owens II North Enfield II v Old Albanian II Old Camdenians v Southgate Adelaide II Radlett IV v Ware St Albans III v Northchurch II Stevenage III v Tewin Waltham X Rosedale II v Baldock II Watton-at-Stone v Eversholt II

17 May 2014 (1.00pm) Baldock II Holtwhites Trinibis II North Enfield II Northchurch II Radlett IV St Albans III Stevenage III Tewin Waltham X Rosedale II Watton-at-Stone

v Old Albanian II v Old Camdenians v County Hall II v Ware v Potters Bar III v Great Gaddesden v Southgate Adelaide II v Eversholt II v Old Owens II v Mill Hill Village

05 July 2014 (1.00pm) County Hall II Mill Hill Village North Enfield II Old Albanian II Old Camdenians Old Owens II Radlett IV Southgate Adelaide II Ware Watton-at-Stone

v Northchurch II v Baldock II v Waltham X Rosedale II v Great Gaddesden v Tewin v Eversholt II v Holtwhites Trinibis II v Potters Bar III v St Albans III v Stevenage III

23 August 2014 (1.00pm) Baldock II v Stevenage III Eversholt II v North Enfield II Great Gaddesden v Mill Hill Village Northchurch II v Waltham X Rosedale II Old Albanian II v St Albans III Old Owens II v Old Camdenians Potters Bar III v Watton-at-Stone Radlett IV v Tewin Southgate Adelaide II v Holtwhites Trinibis II Ware v County Hall II

24 May 2014 (1.00pm) County Hall II Eversholt II Great Gaddesden Holtwhites Trinibis II Mill Hill Village Northchurch II Old Camdenians Old Owens II Potters Bar III Southgate Adelaide II

v St Albans III v Baldock II v Waltham X Rosedale II v Ware v North Enfield II v Old Albanian II v Watton-at-Stone v Stevenage III v Tewin v Radlett IV

12 July 2014 (1.00pm) Baldock II Eversholt II Holtwhites Trinibis II Northchurch II Old Albanian II Potters Bar III Stevenage III Waltham X Rosedale II Ware Watton-at-Stone

v Old Camdenians v Great Gaddesden v Tewin v Mill Hill Village v County Hall II v Old Owens II v North Enfield II v St Albans III v Southgate Adelaide II v Radlett IV

30 August 2014 (1.00pm) Eversholt II v St Albans III Holtwhites Trinibis II v Old Owens II Mill Hill Village v County Hall II North Enfield II v Potters Bar III Old Camdenians v Great Gaddesden Radlett IV v Baldock II Stevenage III v Northchurch II Tewin v Ware Waltham X Rosedale II v Old Albanian II Watton-at-Stone v Southgate Adelaide II

31 May 2014 (1.00pm) Baldock II Eversholt II North Enfield II Radlett IV St Albans III Stevenage III Tewin Waltham X Rosedale II Ware Watton-at-Stone

v Potters Bar III v Northchurch II v Old Camdenians v Old Owens II v Mill Hill Village v Great Gaddesden v Southgate Adelaide II v County Hall II v Old Albanian II v Holtwhites Trinibis II

19 July 2014 (1.00pm) Baldock II County Hall II Great Gaddesden North Enfield II Old Albanian II Old Camdenians Old Owens II St Albans III Waltham X Rosedale II Watton-at-Stone

v Holtwhites Trinibis II v Eversholt II v Potters Bar III v Radlett IV v Mill Hill Village v Northchurch II v Southgate Adelaide II v Stevenage III v Ware v Tewin

06 September 2014 (12.30pm) Baldock II v Tewin County Hall II v Old Camdenians Eversholt II v Waltham X Rosedale II Great Gaddesden v Holtwhites Trinibis II Mill Hill Village v Ware Northchurch II v Radlett IV Old Albanian II v Stevenage III Old Owens II v Watton-at-Stone Potters Bar III v St Albans III Southgate Adelaide II v North Enfield II

07 June 2014 (1.00pm) County Hall II Eversholt II Great Gaddesden Holtwhites Trinibis II Mill Hill Village Northchurch II Old Owens II Southgate Adelaide II St Albans III Watton-at-Stone

v Stevenage III v Old Albanian II v Radlett IV v North Enfield II v Waltham X Rosedale II v Potters Bar III v Tewin v Baldock II v Old Camdenians v Ware

26 July 2014 (1.00pm) Baldock II Eversholt II Great Gaddesden Northchurch II Old Albanian II Potters Bar III Radlett IV Stevenage III Tewin Ware

v Watton-at-Stone v Mill Hill Village v Southgate Adelaide II v Holtwhites Trinibis II v Old Camdenians v County Hall II v St Albans III v Waltham X Rosedale II v North Enfield II v Old Owens II

14 June 2014 (1.00pm) Baldock II Holtwhites Trinibis II North Enfield II Northchurch II Old Albanian II Radlett IV Stevenage III Tewin Waltham X Rosedale II Ware

v Old Owens II v St Albans III v Watton-at-Stone v Southgate Adelaide II v Potters Bar III v County Hall II v Mill Hill Village v Great Gaddesden v Old Camdenians v Eversholt II

02 August 2014 (1.00pm) County Hall II v Southgate Adelaide II Great Gaddesden v Old Owens II Holtwhites Trinibis II v Old Albanian II Mill Hill Village v Potters Bar III North Enfield II v Baldock II Old Camdenians v Eversholt II St Albans III v Tewin Stevenage III v Ware Waltham X Rosedale II v Radlett IV Watton-at-Stone v Northchurch II

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Team Results Codes

Baldock II.............................. BA2 County Hall II........................ CH2 Eversholt II............................ EV2 Great Gaddesden................. GG1 Holtwhites Trinibis II............. HT2 Mill Hill Village...................... MH1 North Enfield II...................... NE2 Northchurch II....................... NC2 Old Albanian II...................... OA2 Old Camdenians................... OC1 Old Owens II......................... OO2 Potters Bar III....................... PB3 Radlett IV.............................. RA4 Southgate Adelaide II........... SA2 St Albans III.......................... ST3 Stevenage III........................ SG3 Tewin.................................... TE1 Waltham X Rosedale II......... WX2 Ware..................................... WA1 Watton-at-Stone.................... WS1


Division Eight 03 May 2014 (1.00pm) Bovingdon v Allenburys Broxbourne III v Sawbridgeworth III Hatch End v Northwood Town II Hatfield Hyde II v Met Police Bushey II Hertford IV v Hemel Hempstead T. IV Langleybury III v Dunstable III Letchworth Garden City IV v Harpenden IV Northampton Exiles II v Berkhamsted II Offley & Stopsley v Bayford & Hertford II Reed III v Bushey II 10 May 2014 (1.00pm) Allenburys Bayford & Hertford II Berkhamsted II Bovingdon Broxbourne III Bushey II Hemel Hempstead T. IV Met Police Bushey II Northwood Town II Sawbridgeworth III

05 July 2014 (1.00pm) Allenburys v Hemel Hempstead T. IV Berkhamsted II v Bayford & Hertford II Broxbourne III v Bovingdon Bushey II v Met Police Bushey II Dunstable III v Northampton Exiles II Harpenden IV v Northwood Town II Hatch End v Hatfield Hyde II Letchworth Garden City IV v Hertford IV Reed III v Offley & Stopsley Sawbridgeworth III v Langleybury III

12 July 2014 (1.00pm) v Bovingdon Bayford & Hertford II v Bushey II v Letchworth Garden City IV Berkhamsted II v Dunstable III v Hatfield Hyde II Harpenden IV v Hemel Hempstead T. IV v Hertford IV Hatfield Hyde II v Reed III v Allenburys Hertford IV v Bovingdon v Broxbourne III Langleybury III v Broxbourne III v Northampton Exiles II Letchworth Garden City IV v Hatch End v Langleybury III Met Police Bushey II v Northwood Town II v Offley & Stopsley Offley & Stopsley v Northampton Exiles II v Reed III Sawbridgeworth III v Allenburys

31 May 2014 (1.00pm) Allenburys v Met Police Bushey II Bovingdon v Berkhamsted II Dunstable III v Harpenden IV Hertford IV v Hatch End Langleybury III v Bayford & Hertford II Letchworth Garden City IV v Bushey II Northampton Exiles II v Sawbridgeworth III Northwood Town II v Hatfield Hyde II Offley & Stopsley v Hemel Hempstead T. IV Reed III v Broxbourne III 07 June 2014 (1.00pm) Bayford & Hertford II Berkhamsted II Broxbourne III Bushey II Hatch End Hemel Hempstead T. IV Hertford IV Met Police Bushey II Northwood Town II Offley & Stopsley

v Bushey II v Met Police Bushey II v Harpenden IV v Hemel Hempstead T. IV v Hatfield Hyde II v Northampton Exiles II v Langleybury III v Hertford IV v Dunstable III v Letchworth Garden City IV

28 June 2014 (1.00pm) v Langleybury III Allenburys v Northwood Town II v Hatfield Hyde II Bovingdon v Sawbridgeworth III v Offley & Stopsley Dunstable III v Bayford & Hertford II v Harpenden IV Harpenden IV v Bushey II v Dunstable III Hatfield Hyde II v Hertford IV v Northampton Exiles II Hemel Hempstead T. IV v Langleybury III v Hatch End Letchworth Garden City IV v Broxbourne III v Letchworth Garden City IV Met Police Bushey II v Berkhamsted II v Reed III Northampton Exiles II v Reed III v Hertford IV Offley & Stopsley v Hatch End

17 May 2014 (1.00pm) Bovingdon v Met Police Bushey II Dunstable III v Allenburys Hatfield Hyde II v Berkhamsted II Hertford IV v Broxbourne III Langleybury III v Harpenden IV Letchworth Garden City IV v Bayford & Hertford II Northampton Exiles II v Northwood Town II Offley & Stopsley v Bushey II Reed III v Hemel Hempstead T. IV Sawbridgeworth III v Hatch End 24 May 2014 (1.00pm) Bayford & Hertford II Berkhamsted II Bushey II Dunstable III Harpenden IV Hatch End Hemel Hempstead T. IV Met Police Bushey II Northwood Town II Sawbridgeworth III

21 June 2014 (1.00pm) Allenburys Bayford & Hertford II Berkhamsted II Bovingdon Broxbourne III Hatch End Northwood Town II Offley & Stopsley Reed III Sawbridgeworth III

19 July 2014 (1.00pm) Allenburys Bushey II Dunstable III Hatch End Hemel Hempstead T. IV Hertford IV Northampton Exiles II Northwood Town II Reed III Sawbridgeworth III

16 August 2014 (1.00pm) Broxbourne III v Berkhamsted II Hatch End v Met Police Bushey II Hatfield Hyde II v Bovingdon Hemel Hempstead T. IV v Northwood Town II Hertford IV v Bayford & Hertford II Letchworth Garden City IV v Dunstable III Northampton Exiles II v Allenburys Offley & Stopsley v Langleybury III Reed III v Harpenden IV Sawbridgeworth III v Bushey II 23 August 2014 (1.00pm) Allenburys v Offley & Stopsley Bayford & Hertford II v Hatch End Berkhamsted II v Hertford IV Bovingdon v Letchworth Garden City IV Bushey II v Broxbourne III Harpenden IV v Northampton Exiles II Hemel Hempstead T. IV v Dunstable III Langleybury III v Hatfield Hyde II Met Police Bushey II v Reed III Sawbridgeworth III v Northwood Town II 30 August 2014 (1.00pm) Berkhamsted II v Hatch End Broxbourne III v Northwood Town II Dunstable III v Bovingdon Hatfield Hyde II v Allenburys Hertford IV v Bushey II Letchworth Garden City IV v Langleybury III Northampton Exiles II v Met Police Bushey II Offley & Stopsley v Harpenden IV Reed III v Bayford & Hertford II Sawbridgeworth III v Hemel Hempstead T. IV

06 September 2014 (12.30pm) v Broxbourne III Allenburys v Letchworth Garden City IV v Berkhamsted II Bayford & Hertford II v Northampton Exiles II v Offley & Stopsley Berkhamsted II v Reed III v Bovingdon Broxbourne III v Hemel Hempstead T. IV v Met Police Bushey II Bushey II v Hatch End v Langleybury III Dunstable III v Sawbridgeworth III v Hatfield Hyde II Harpenden IV v Hatfield Hyde II v Bayford & Hertford II Langleybury III v Bovingdon v Letchworth Garden City IV Met Police Bushey II v Offley & Stopsley v Harpenden IV Northwood Town II v Hertford IV

26 July 2014 (1.00pm) v Allenburys Allenburys v Hertford IV v Langleybury III Bayford & Hertford II v Hemel Hempstead T. IV v Northampton Exiles II Berkhamsted II v Northwood Town II v Bovingdon Bovingdon v Reed III v Dunstable III Bushey II v Dunstable III v Hatfield Hyde II Harpenden IV v Broxbourne III v Reed III Hatfield Hyde II v Offley & Stopsley v Harpenden IV Langleybury III v Hatch End v Letchworth Garden City IV Letchworth Garden City IV v Northampton Exiles II v Sawbridgeworth III Met Police Bushey II v Sawbridgeworth III

14 June 2014 (1.00pm) Allenburys v Berkhamsted II Bovingdon v Northwood Town II Broxbourne III v Offley & Stopsley Dunstable III v Met Police Bushey II Harpenden IV v Bayford & Hertford II Hatfield Hyde II v Sawbridgeworth III Langleybury III v Bushey II Letchworth Garden City IV v Hemel Hempstead T. IV Northampton Exiles II v Hertford IV Reed III v Hatch End

09 August 2014 (1.00pm) Allenburys v Reed III Bayford & Hertford II v Broxbourne III Berkhamsted II v Sawbridgeworth III Bovingdon v Offley & Stopsley Dunstable III v Northwood Town II Harpenden IV v Hatch End Hemel Hempstead T. IV v Bushey II Langleybury III v Northampton Exiles II Letchworth Garden City IV v Hatfield Hyde II Met Police Bushey II v Hertford IV

02 August 2014 (1.00pm) Broxbourne III v Met Police Bushey II Hatch End v Allenburys Hatfield Hyde II v Dunstable III Hemel Hempstead T. IV v Berkhamsted II Hertford IV v Harpenden IV Northampton Exiles II v Bovingdon Northwood Town II v Bushey II Offley & Stopsley v Letchworth Garden City IV Reed III v Langleybury III Sawbridgeworth III v Bayford & Hertford II

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Team Results Codes

Allenburys............................. AB1 Bayford & Hertford II............. BN2 Berkhamsted II..................... BK2 Bovingdon............................. BO1 Broxbourne III....................... BR3 Bushey II............................... BU2 Dunstable III......................... DU3 Harpenden IV....................... HP4 Hatch End............................. HE1 Hatfield Hyde II..................... HY2 Hemel Hempstead Town IV.. HH4 Hertford IV............................ HF4 Langleybury III...................... LA3 Letchworth Garden City IV... LW4 Met Police Bushey II............. MP2 Northampton Exiles II........... NX2 Northwood Town II................ NT2 Offley & Stopsley.................. OS1 Reed III................................. RE3 Sawbridgeworth III................ SB3


Division Nine 03 May 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley III Greenwood Park Harpenden Dolphins Hatfield & Crusaders III Knebworth Park IV Luton Town & Indians IV Old Elizabethans II Pirton Rickmansworth III Welwyn Garden City IV

v Leverstock Green III v Frogmore v London Colney II v Sandridge II v North Mymms III v Kings Langley III v Boxmoor II v Little B. Sahibs v Cockfosters III v Stevenage IV

21 June 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley III Boxmoor II Frogmore Harpenden Dolphins Leverstock Green III Little B. Sahibs London Colney II Pirton Rickmansworth III Stevenage IV

v Luton Town & Indians IV v Sandridge II v Kings Langley III v Old Elizabethans II v Hatfield & Crusaders III v Knebworth Park IV v Cockfosters III v Greenwood Park v Welwyn Garden City IV v North Mymms III

09 August 2014 (1.00pm) Cockfosters III v Old Elizabethans II Frogmore v Abbots Langley III Hatfield & Crusaders III v Luton Town & Indians IV Kings Langley III v Pirton Knebworth Park IV v Greenwood Park Leverstock Green III v Boxmoor II Little B. Sahibs v Stevenage IV North Mymms III v Welwyn Garden City IV Rickmansworth III v London Colney II Sandridge II v Harpenden Dolphins

10 May 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley III Boxmoor II Frogmore Kings Langley III Leverstock Green III Little B. Sahibs London Colney II North Mymms III Sandridge II Stevenage IV

v Rickmansworth III v Greenwood Park v Luton Town & Indians IV v Hatfield & Crusaders III v Pirton v Harpenden Dolphins v Welwyn Garden City IV v Cockfosters III v Knebworth Park IV v Old Elizabethans II

28 June 2014 (1.00pm) Cockfosters III Greenwood Park Hatfield & Crusaders III Kings Langley III Knebworth Park IV London Colney II Luton Town & Indians IV Rickmansworth III Sandridge II Welwyn Garden City IV

v Little B. Sahibs v Harpenden Dolphins v Abbots Langley III v Boxmoor II v Leverstock Green III v North Mymms III v Pirton v Frogmore v Stevenage IV v Old Elizabethans II

16 August 2014 (1.00pm) Boxmoor II v Abbots Langley III Greenwood Park v Cockfosters III Harpenden Dolphins v Kings Langley III Hatfield & Crusaders III v Rickmansworth III Little B. Sahibs v London Colney II Luton Town & Indians IV v Knebworth Park IV Old Elizabethans II v North Mymms III Pirton v Frogmore Sandridge II v Welwyn Garden City IV Stevenage IV v Leverstock Green III

17 May 2014 (1.00pm) Cockfosters III Harpenden Dolphins Hatfield & Crusaders III Knebworth Park IV Luton Town & Indians IV Old Elizabethans II Pirton Rickmansworth III Stevenage IV Welwyn Garden City IV

v Sandridge II v Leverstock Green III v Frogmore v Kings Langley III v Boxmoor II v London Colney II v Abbots Langley III v North Mymms III v Greenwood Park v Little B. Sahibs

05 July 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley III Boxmoor II Harpenden Dolphins Leverstock Green III Little B. Sahibs Old Elizabethans II Pirton Sandridge II Stevenage IV Welwyn Garden City IV

v Knebworth Park IV v Frogmore v Luton Town & Indians IV v Cockfosters III v North Mymms III v Rickmansworth III v Hatfield & Crusaders III v London Colney II v Kings Langley III v Greenwood Park

23 August 2014 (1.00pm) Boxmoor II v Pirton Cockfosters III v Luton Town & Indians IV Frogmore v Harpenden Dolphins Kings Langley III v Welwyn Garden City IV Knebworth Park IV v Hatfield & Crusaders III Leverstock Green III v London Colney II North Mymms III v Greenwood Park Rickmansworth III v Little B. Sahibs Sandridge II v Old Elizabethans II Stevenage IV v Abbots Langley III

24 May 2014 (1.00pm) Boxmoor II Frogmore Harpenden Dolphins Kings Langley III Leverstock Green III Little B. Sahibs London Colney II North Mymms III Pirton Stevenage IV

v Hatfield & Crusaders III v Knebworth Park IV v Abbots Langley III v Cockfosters III v Welwyn Garden City IV v Old Elizabethans II v Greenwood Park v Sandridge II v Rickmansworth III v Luton Town & Indians IV

12 July 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley III Frogmore Greenwood Park Harpenden Dolphins Kings Langley III Knebworth Park IV Leverstock Green III Rickmansworth III Sandridge II Welwyn Garden City IV

v Cockfosters III v Stevenage IV v Old Elizabethans II v Hatfield & Crusaders III v London Colney II v Pirton v North Mymms III v Boxmoor II v Little B. Sahibs v Luton Town & Indians IV

30 August 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley III v London Colney II Greenwood Park v Sandridge II Harpenden Dolphins v Boxmoor II Hatfield & Crusaders III v Cockfosters III Knebworth Park IV v Rickmansworth III Leverstock Green III v Little B. Sahibs Luton Town & Indians IV v North Mymms III Old Elizabethans II v Kings Langley III Pirton v Stevenage IV Welwyn Garden City IV v Frogmore

31 May 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley III Cockfosters III Greenwood Park Hatfield & Crusaders III Knebworth Park IV Luton Town & Indians IV North Mymms III Old Elizabethans II Harpenden Dolphins Rickmansworth III

v Welwyn Garden City IV v Frogmore v Little B. Sahibs v Stevenage IV v Boxmoor II v London Colney II v Kings Langley III v Leverstock Green III v Pirton v Sandridge II

19 July 2014 (1.00pm) Cockfosters III Greenwood Park Hatfield & Crusaders III Knebworth Park IV Leverstock Green III Little B. Sahibs London Colney II North Mymms III Old Elizabethans II Stevenage IV

v Pirton v Rickmansworth III v Welwyn Garden City IV v Harpenden Dolphins v Sandridge II v Kings Langley III v Frogmore v Abbots Langley III v Luton Town & Indians IV v Boxmoor II

06 September 2014 (12.30pm) Boxmoor II v Welwyn Garden City IV Cockfosters III v Knebworth Park IV Frogmore v Old Elizabethans II Kings Langley III v Greenwood Park Little B. Sahibs v Abbots Langley III London Colney II v Pirton Luton Town & Indians IV v Sandridge II North Mymms III v Hatfield & Crusaders III Rickmansworth III v Leverstock Green III Stevenage IV v Harpenden Dolphins

07 June 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley III Boxmoor II Frogmore Harpenden Dolphins Kings Langley III Leverstock Green III Little B. Sahibs London Colney II Pirton Stevenage IV

v Old Elizabethans II v Cockfosters III v North Mymms III v Rickmansworth III v Sandridge II v Greenwood Park v Luton Town & Indians IV v Hatfield & Crusaders III v Welwyn Garden City IV v Knebworth Park IV

26 July 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley III Boxmoor II Cockfosters III Frogmore Hatfield & Crusaders III Kings Langley III Knebworth Park IV Luton Town & Indians IV Pirton Rickmansworth III

v Sandridge II v London Colney II v Harpenden Dolphins v Little B. Sahibs v Old Elizabethans II v Leverstock Green III v Welwyn Garden City IV v Greenwood Park v North Mymms III v Stevenage IV

14 June 2014 (1.00pm) Cockfosters III Greenwood Park Knebworth Park IV Little B. Sahibs Luton Town & Indians IV North Mymms III Old Elizabethans II Rickmansworth III Sandridge II Welwyn Garden City IV

v Stevenage IV v Abbots Langley III v London Colney II v Hatfield & Crusaders III v Leverstock Green III v Boxmoor II v Pirton v Kings Langley III v Frogmore v Harpenden Dolphins

02 August 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley III v Kings Langley III Greenwood Park v Hatfield & Crusaders III Harpenden Dolphins v North Mymms III Leverstock Green III v Frogmore Little B. Sahibs v Boxmoor II London Colney II v Stevenage IV Luton Town & Indians IV v Rickmansworth III Old Elizabethans II v Knebworth Park IV Pirton v Sandridge II Welwyn Garden City IV v Cockfosters III

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Team Results Codes

Abbots Langley III................. AL3 Boxmoor II............................ BX2 Cockfosters III....................... CF3 Frogmore.............................. FR1 Greenwood Park................... GP1 Harpenden Dolphins............. HD1 Hatfield & Crusaders III........ HC3 Kings Langley III................... KL3 Knebworth Park IV............... KP4 Leverstock Green III............. LG3 Little B. Sahibs..................... LB1 London Colney II.................. LC2 Luton Town & Indians IV....... LT4 North Mymms III................... NM3 Old Elizabethans II............... OE2 Pirton.................................... PI1 Rickmansworth III................. RI3 Sandridge II.......................... SR2 Stevenage IV........................ SG4 Welwyn Garden City IV........ WG4


Division Ten 03 May 2014 (1.00pm) Cockfosters IV Flamstead II Flitwick III Hertingfordbury II Hoddesdon III Holtwhites Trinibis III Preston III Shenley Village III Southgate Compton II West Herts III

v Ickleford III v Parkfield & Headstone II v Hatfield & Crusaders IV v Datchworth II v Northwood III v Chorleywood III v Botany Bay III v Hitchin III v Mill Hill Village II v Waltham X Rosedale III

21 June 2014 (1.00pm) Botany Bay III Chorleywood III Cockfosters IV Datchworth II Flitwick III Hatfield & Crusaders IV Hitchin III Hoddesdon III Preston III Waltham X Rosedale III

v Holtwhites Trinibis III v Hertingfordbury II v Flamstead II v Mill Hill Village II v West Herts III v Southgate Compton II v Parkfield & Headstone II v Ickleford III v Shenley Village III v Northwood III

09 August 2014 (1.00pm) Chorleywood III v Datchworth II Hertingfordbury II v Botany Bay III Hitchin III v Cockfosters IV Hoddesdon III v Flamstead II Holtwhites Trinibis III v Shenley Village III Mill Hill Village II v Hatfield & Crusaders IV Northwood III v Flitwick III Parkfield & Headstone II v Preston III Southgate Compton II v West Herts III Waltham X Rosedale III v Ickleford III

10 May 2014 (1.00pm) Botany Bay III Chorleywood III Cockfosters IV Hatfield & Crusaders IV Hertingfordbury II Hitchin III Ickleford III Northwood III Parkfield & Headstone II Shenley Village III

v Flitwick III v Southgate Compton II v Mill Hill Village II v Datchworth II v West Herts III v Flamstead II v Preston III v Holtwhites Trinibis III v Hoddesdon III v Waltham X Rosedale III

28 June 2014 (1.00pm) Botany Bay III Chorleywood III Flamstead II Hoddesdon III Ickleford III Mill Hill Village II Northwood III Parkfield & Headstone II Shenley Village III West Herts III

v Southgate Compton II v Hatfield & Crusaders IV v Preston III v Cockfosters IV v Holtwhites Trinibis III v Hitchin III v Hertingfordbury II v Waltham X Rosedale III v Flitwick III v Datchworth II

16 August 2014 (1.00pm) Botany Bay III v Hatfield & Crusaders IV Chorleywood III v West Herts III Cockfosters IV v Waltham X Rosedale III Datchworth II v Northwood III Flamstead II v Holtwhites Trinibis III Hoddesdon III v Mill Hill Village II Ickleford III v Hertingfordbury II Parkfield & Headstone II v Flitwick III Preston III v Hitchin III Shenley Village III v Southgate Compton II

17 May 2014 (1.00pm) Datchworth II Flamstead II Flitwick III Hoddesdon III Holtwhites Trinibis III Mill Hill Village II Northwood III Preston III Shenley Village III West Herts III

v Botany Bay III v Waltham X Rosedale III v Ickleford III v Hitchin III v Parkfield & Headstone II v Chorleywood III v Southgate Compton II v Cockfosters IV v Hertingfordbury II v Hatfield & Crusaders IV

05 July 2014 (1.00pm) Botany Bay III Cockfosters IV Datchworth II Flitwick III Hatfield & Crusaders IV Hitchin III Ickleford III Parkfield & Headstone II Preston III West Herts III

v Chorleywood III v Holtwhites Trinibis III v Shenley Village III v Flamstead II v Northwood III v Waltham X Rosedale III v Southgate Compton II v Hertingfordbury II v Hoddesdon III v Mill Hill Village II

23 August 2014 (1.00pm) Chorleywood III v Shenley Village III Hatfield & Crusaders IV v Ickleford III Hertingfordbury II v Cockfosters IV Hitchin III v Flitwick III Holtwhites Trinibis III v Hoddesdon III Mill Hill Village II v Botany Bay III Northwood III v West Herts III Parkfield & Headstone II v Datchworth II Southgate Compton II v Flamstead II Waltham X Rosedale III v Preston III

24 May 2014 (1.00pm) Botany Bay III Chorleywood III Cockfosters IV Hatfield & Crusaders IV Hertingfordbury II Hitchin III Ickleford III Preston III Southgate Compton II Waltham X Rosedale III

v West Herts III v Northwood III v Flitwick III v Shenley Village III v Flamstead II v Holtwhites Trinibis III v Datchworth II v Mill Hill Village II v Parkfield & Headstone II v Hoddesdon III

12 July 2014 (1.00pm) Cockfosters IV Flamstead II Hatfield & Crusaders IV Hitchin III Hoddesdon III Holtwhites Trinibis III Ickleford III Mill Hill Village II Northwood III Shenley Village III

v Southgate Compton II v Datchworth II v Parkfield & Headstone II v Hertingfordbury II v Flitwick III v Preston III v Chorleywood III v Waltham X Rosedale III v Botany Bay III v West Herts III

30 August 2014 (1.00pm) Botany Bay III v Ickleford III Cockfosters IV v Hatfield & Crusaders IV Datchworth II v Hitchin III Flamstead II v Chorleywood III Flitwick III v Waltham X Rosedale III Hoddesdon III v Southgate Compton II Holtwhites Trinibis III v Mill Hill Village II Preston III v Hertingfordbury II Shenley Village III v Northwood III West Herts III v Parkfield & Headstone II

31 May 2014 (1.00pm) Chorleywood III Datchworth II Flamstead II Flitwick III Hoddesdon III Holtwhites Trinibis III Northwood III Shenley Village III Southgate Compton II West Herts III

v Parkfield & Headstone II v Cockfosters IV v Hatfield & Crusaders IV v Preston III v Hertingfordbury II v Waltham X Rosedale III v Mill Hill Village II v Botany Bay III v Hitchin III v Ickleford III

19 July 2014 (1.00pm) Botany Bay III Chorleywood III Datchworth II Flitwick III Hatfield & Crusaders IV Hertingfordbury II Ickleford III Mill Hill Village II Southgate Compton II West Herts III

v Parkfield & Headstone II v Cockfosters IV v Hoddesdon III v Holtwhites Trinibis III v Hitchin III v Waltham X Rosedale III v Northwood III v Shenley Village III v Preston III v Flamstead II

06 September 2014 (12.30pm) Botany Bay III v Cockfosters IV Chorleywood III v Hoddesdon III Flamstead II v Northwood III Hatfield & Crusaders IV v Preston III Hertingfordbury II v Flitwick III Hitchin III v West Herts III Ickleford III v Mill Hill Village II Shenley Village III v Parkfield & Headstone II Southgate Compton II v Holtwhites Trinibis III Waltham X Rosedale III v Datchworth II

07 June 2014 (1.00pm) Botany Bay III Cockfosters IV Flitwick III Hatfield & Crusaders IV Hertingfordbury II Hitchin III Ickleford III Parkfield & Headstone II Preston III Waltham X Rosedale III

v Flamstead II v West Herts III v Mill Hill Village II v Hoddesdon III v Holtwhites Trinibis III v Chorleywood III v Shenley Village III v Northwood III v Datchworth II v Southgate Compton II

26 July 2014 (1.00pm) Flamstead II Flitwick III Hitchin III Hoddesdon III Holtwhites Trinibis III Mill Hill Village II Northwood III Parkfield & Headstone II Preston III Waltham X Rosedale III

v Shenley Village III v Southgate Compton II v Botany Bay III v West Herts III v Datchworth II v Hertingfordbury II v Cockfosters IV v Ickleford III v Chorleywood III v Hatfield & Crusaders IV

14 June 2014 (1.00pm) Chorleywood III Flitwick III Hatfield & Crusaders IV Hoddesdon III Ickleford III Mill Hill Village II Northwood III Shenley Village III Southgate Compton II West Herts III

v Waltham X Rosedale III v Datchworth II v Holtwhites Trinibis III v Botany Bay III v Flamstead II v Parkfield & Headstone II v Hitchin III v Cockfosters IV v Hertingfordbury II v Preston III

02 August 2014 (1.00pm) Cockfosters IV v Parkfield & Headstone II Datchworth II v Southgate Compton II Flamstead II v Mill Hill Village II Flitwick III v Chorleywood III Hatfield & Crusaders IV v Hertingfordbury II Ickleford III v Hitchin III Preston III v Northwood III Shenley Village III v Hoddesdon III Waltham X Rosedale III v Botany Bay III West Herts III v Holtwhites Trinibis III

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Team Results Codes

Botany Bay III....................... BB3 Chorleywood III..................... CW3 Cockfosters IV...................... CF4 Datchworth II........................ DW2 Flamstead II.......................... FL2 Flitwick III.............................. FW3 Hatfield & Crusaders IV........ HC4 Hertingfordbury II.................. HB2 Hitchin III............................... HI3 Hoddesdon III....................... HO3 Holtwhites Trinibis III............ HT3 Ickleford III............................ IK3 Mill Hill Village II................... MH2 Northwood III........................ NW3 Parkfield & Headstone II....... PH2 Preston III............................. PR3 Shenley Village III................. SV3 Southgate Compton II.......... SC2 Waltham X Rosedale III........ WX3 West Herts III........................ WH3


Division Eleven East 10 May 2014 (1.00pm) Baldock III v St Margaretsbury III Letchworth Garden City V v Potters Bar IV Northampton Exiles III v Knebworth Park V Potton Town II v Cheshunt II Preston IV v Broxbourne IV Stevenage V v Wheathampstead III Tewin II v Southgate Adelaide III Ware II v Bentley Heath II Wormley II v Hatfield & Crusaders V

21 June 2014 (1.00pm) Baldock III v Broxbourne IV Bentley Heath II v Cheshunt II Letchworth Garden City V v Preston IV Northampton Exiles III v Wormley II Potton Town II v Stevenage V St Margaretsbury III v Hatfield & Crusaders V Tewin II v Knebworth Park V Ware II v Potters Bar IV Wheathampstead III v Southgate Adelaide III

02 August 2014 (1.00pm) Baldock III v Letchworth Garden City V Bentley Heath II v Stevenage V Hatfield & Crusaders V v Broxbourne IV Knebworth Park V v Wheathampstead III Potters Bar IV v Preston IV Southgate Adelaide III v Potton Town II St Margaretsbury III v Northampton Exiles III Tewin II v Wormley II Ware II v Cheshunt II

17 May 2014 (1.00pm) Broxbourne IV Cheshunt II Hatfield & Crusaders V Knebworth Park V Potters Bar IV Southgate Adelaide III St Margaretsbury III Ware II Wheathampstead III

28 June 2014 (1.00pm) Broxbourne IV Cheshunt II Hatfield & Crusaders V Knebworth Park V Northampton Exiles III Potton Town II Preston IV Stevenage V Wheathampstead III

09 August 2014 (1.00pm) Baldock III v Ware II Broxbourne IV v Wheathampstead III Knebworth Park V v Cheshunt II Letchworth Garden City V v Tewin II Northampton Exiles III v Potters Bar IV Potton Town II v St Margaretsbury III Preston IV v Hatfield & Crusaders V Stevenage V v Southgate Adelaide III Wormley II v Bentley Heath II

v Northampton Exiles III v Stevenage V v Letchworth Garden City V v Potton Town II v Baldock III v Bentley Heath II v Tewin II v Preston IV v Wormley II

v Tewin II v Southgate Adelaide III v Potters Bar IV v Bentley Heath II v Letchworth Garden City V v Wormley II v Baldock III v Ware II v St Margaretsbury III

24 May 2014 (1.00pm) Baldock III v Hatfield & Crusaders V Bentley Heath II v St Margaretsbury III Letchworth Garden City V v Wheathampstead III Northampton Exiles III v Preston IV Potton Town II v Broxbourne IV Stevenage V v Knebworth Park V Tewin II v Potters Bar IV Ware II v Southgate Adelaide III Wormley II v Cheshunt II

05 July 2014 (1.00pm) Baldock III v Northampton Exiles III Bentley Heath II v Broxbourne IV Hatfield & Crusaders V v Ware II Letchworth Garden City V v Potton Town II Southgate Adelaide III v Knebworth Park V St Margaretsbury III v Cheshunt II Tewin II v Preston IV Wheathampstead III v Potters Bar IV Wormley II v Stevenage V

16 August 2014 (1.00pm) Bentley Heath II v Letchworth Garden City V Cheshunt II v Broxbourne IV Hatfield & Crusaders V v Northampton Exiles III Potters Bar IV v Potton Town II Southgate Adelaide III v Wormley II St Margaretsbury III v Stevenage V Tewin II v Baldock III Ware II v Knebworth Park V Wheathampstead III v Preston IV

31 May 2014 (1.00pm) Broxbourne IV Cheshunt II Hatfield & Crusaders V Knebworth Park V Northampton Exiles III Potters Bar IV Preston IV St Margaretsbury III Wheathampstead III

12 July 2014 (1.00pm) Broxbourne IV Cheshunt II Knebworth Park V Potton Town II Preston IV Stevenage V Tewin II Wheathampstead III Wormley II

23 August 2014 (1.00pm) Baldock III v Bentley Heath II Broxbourne IV v Knebworth Park V Letchworth Garden City V v Southgate Adelaide III Northampton Exiles III v Wheathampstead III Potton Town II v Hatfield & Crusaders V Preston IV v Cheshunt II St Margaretsbury III v Wormley II Stevenage V v Potters Bar IV Tewin II v Ware II

v Stevenage V v Letchworth Garden City V v Tewin II v Wormley II v Ware II v Bentley Heath II v Potton Town II v Southgate Adelaide III v Baldock III

v Southgate Adelaide III v Potters Bar IV v St Margaretsbury III v Baldock III v Bentley Heath II v Letchworth Garden City V v Northampton Exiles III v Hatfield & Crusaders V v Ware II

07 June 2014 (1.00pm) Baldock III v Cheshunt II Bentley Heath II v Hatfield & Crusaders V Letchworth Garden City V v Knebworth Park V Northampton Exiles III v Potton Town II Potters Bar IV v Southgate Adelaide III Stevenage V v Preston IV Tewin II v Wheathampstead III Ware II v St Margaretsbury III Wormley II v Broxbourne IV

19 July 2014 (1.00pm) Baldock III v Stevenage V Broxbourne IV v St Margaretsbury III Hatfield & Crusaders V v Cheshunt II Letchworth Garden City V v Wormley II Northampton Exiles III v Bentley Heath II Potters Bar IV v Knebworth Park V Preston IV v Southgate Adelaide III Tewin II v Potton Town II Ware II v Wheathampstead III

14 June 2014 (1.00pm) Baldock III v Knebworth Park V Bentley Heath II v Wheathampstead III Cheshunt II v Tewin II Letchworth Garden City V v Broxbourne IV Potters Bar IV v St Margaretsbury III Potton Town II v Ware II Preston IV v Wormley II Southgate Adelaide III v Hatfield & Crusaders V Stevenage V v Northampton Exiles III

26 July 2014 (1.00pm) Broxbourne IV v Potters Bar IV Cheshunt II v Wheathampstead III Knebworth Park V v Hatfield & Crusaders V Letchworth Garden City V v Ware II Potton Town II v Bentley Heath II Southgate Adelaide III v Northampton Exiles III St Margaretsbury III v Preston IV Stevenage V v Tewin II Wormley II v Baldock III

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30 August 2014 (1.00pm) Bentley Heath II v Tewin II Cheshunt II v Northampton Exiles III Hatfield & Crusaders V v Stevenage V Knebworth Park V v Preston IV Potters Bar IV v Wormley II Southgate Adelaide III v Baldock III St Margaretsbury III v Letchworth Garden City V Ware II v Broxbourne IV Wheathampstead III v Potton Town II

Team Results Codes

Baldock III............................. BA3 Bentley Heath II.................... BH2 Broxbourne IV....................... BR4 Cheshunt II........................... CN2 Hatfield & Crusaders V......... HC5 Knebworth Park V................ KP5 Letchworth Garden City V.... LW5 Northampton Exiles III.......... NX3 Potters Bar IV....................... PB4 Potton Town II....................... PT2 Preston IV............................. PR4 Southgate Adelaide III.......... SA3 St Margaretsbury III.............. SM3 Stevenage V......................... SG5 Tewin II................................. TE2 Ware II.................................. WA2 Wheathampstead III............. WD3 Wormley II............................ WO2


Division Eleven West 10 May 2014 (1.00pm) Bushey III Harpenden V Northwood Town III Old Albanian III Old Elizabethans III Radlett V Redbourn III Rickmansworth IV St Albans IV

v Watford Town III v Met Police Bushey III v Hemel Hempstead T. V v Chipperfield Clarendon III v Boxmoor III v Berkhamsted III v Mill Hill Village III v Langleybury IV v Redbourn IV

21 June 2014 (1.00pm) Boxmoor III Bushey III Harpenden V Langleybury IV Met Police Bushey III Mill Hill Village III Old Elizabethans III Radlett V Redbourn III

v Redbourn IV v St Albans IV v Chipperfield Clarendon III v Watford Town III v Berkhamsted III v Rickmansworth IV v Hemel Hempstead T. V v Northwood Town III v Old Albanian III

02 August 2014 (1.00pm) Berkhamsted III v Chipperfield Clarendon III Boxmoor III v Bushey III Hemel Hempstead T. V v Redbourn IV Langleybury IV v St Albans IV Mill Hill Village III v Old Albanian III Northwood Town III v Met Police Bushey III Old Elizabethans III v Radlett V Redbourn III v Harpenden V Rickmansworth IV v Watford Town III

17 May 2014 (1.00pm) Berkhamsted III v Redbourn III Boxmoor III v Langleybury IV Chipperfield Clarendon III v Northwood Town III Hemel Hempstead T. V v Bushey III Met Police Bushey III v Old Elizabethans III Mill Hill Village III v Harpenden V Old Albanian III v Rickmansworth IV Redbourn IV v Radlett V Watford Town III v St Albans IV

28 June 2014 (1.00pm) Berkhamsted III v Mill Hill Village III Bushey III v Radlett V Chipperfield Clarendon III v Old Elizabethans III Langleybury IV v Hemel Hempstead T. V Northwood Town III v Redbourn III Old Albanian III v Harpenden V Redbourn IV v Met Police Bushey III St Albans IV v Rickmansworth IV Watford Town III v Boxmoor III

09 August 2014 (1.00pm) Bushey III v Met Police Bushey III Chipperfield Clarendon III v Redbourn IV Harpenden V v Rickmansworth IV Northwood Town III v Mill Hill Village III Old Albanian III v Berkhamsted III Radlett V v Langleybury IV Redbourn III v Old Elizabethans III St Albans IV v Boxmoor III Watford Town III v Hemel Hempstead T. V

24 May 2014 (1.00pm) Bushey III Harpenden V Langleybury IV Northwood Town III Old Elizabethans III Radlett V Redbourn IV Rickmansworth IV St Albans IV

05 July 2014 (1.00pm) Boxmoor III Langleybury IV Mill Hill Village III Northwood Town III Old Elizabethans III Redbourn III Rickmansworth IV St Albans IV Watford Town III

v Hemel Hempstead T. V v Chipperfield Clarendon III v Redbourn IV v Harpenden V v Old Albanian III v Bushey III v Berkhamsted III v Radlett V v Met Police Bushey III

16 August 2014 (1.00pm) Berkhamsted III v Northwood Town III Bushey III v Mill Hill Village III Langleybury IV v Redbourn III Met Police Bushey III v St Albans IV Old Elizabethans III v Harpenden V Radlett V v Boxmoor III Redbourn IV v Old Albanian III Rickmansworth IV v Hemel Hempstead T. V Watford Town III v Chipperfield Clarendon III

12 July 2014 (1.00pm) Boxmoor III Harpenden V Hemel Hempstead T. V Mill Hill Village III Old Albanian III Old Elizabethans III Radlett V Redbourn IV

v Chipperfield Clarendon III v Bushey III v Met Police Bushey III v Watford Town III v Langleybury IV v Northwood Town III v Rickmansworth IV v Berkhamsted III

v Chipperfield Clarendon III v Berkhamsted III v Met Police Bushey III v Old Albanian III v Mill Hill Village III v Watford Town III v Redbourn III v Boxmoor III v Hemel Hempstead T. V

31 May 2014 (1.00pm) Berkhamsted III v Old Elizabethans III Chipperfield Clarendon III v St Albans IV Hemel Hempstead T. V v Radlett V Met Police Bushey III v Boxmoor III Mill Hill Village III v Langleybury IV Northwood Town III v Rickmansworth IV Old Albanian III v Bushey III Redbourn IV v Harpenden V Watford Town III v Redbourn III

St Albans IV

v Redbourn III

23 August 2014 (1.00pm) Bushey III v Berkhamsted III Chipperfield Clarendon III v Hemel Hempstead T. V Harpenden V v Langleybury IV Met Police Bushey III v Radlett V Northwood Town III v Redbourn IV Old Albanian III v Watford Town III Old Elizabethans III v Rickmansworth IV Redbourn III v Boxmoor III St Albans IV v Mill Hill Village III

07 June 2014 (1.00pm) Boxmoor III Bushey III Harpenden V Langleybury IV Old Albanian III Old Elizabethans III Radlett V Redbourn III Rickmansworth IV

19 July 2014 (1.00pm) Berkhamsted III Boxmoor III Harpenden V Langleybury IV Met Police Bushey III Mill Hill Village III Old Elizabethans III Redbourn III Rickmansworth IV

v Watford Town III v Old Albanian III v St Albans IV v Northwood Town III v Chipperfield Clarendon III v Hemel Hempstead T. V v Bushey III v Radlett V v Redbourn IV

30 August 2014 (1.00pm) Boxmoor III v Harpenden V Hemel Hempstead T. V v Old Albanian III Langleybury IV v Old Elizabethans III Met Police Bushey III v Redbourn III Mill Hill Village III v Radlett V Redbourn IV v Bushey III Rickmansworth IV v Chipperfield Clarendon III St Albans IV v Berkhamsted III Watford Town III v Northwood Town III

v Mill Hill Village III v Northwood Town III v Watford Town III v Berkhamsted III v St Albans IV v Redbourn IV v Chipperfield Clarendon III v Hemel Hempstead T. V v Met Police Bushey III

14 June 2014 (1.00pm) Berkhamsted III v Boxmoor III Bushey III v Rickmansworth IV Chipperfield Clarendon III v Redbourn III Hemel Hempstead T. V v Harpenden V Mill Hill Village III v Met Police Bushey III Old Albanian III v Radlett V Redbourn IV v Langleybury IV St Albans IV v Northwood Town III Watford Town III v Old Elizabethans III

26 July 2014 (1.00pm) Bushey III v Langleybury IV Chipperfield Clarendon III v Mill Hill Village III Hemel Hempstead T. V v Berkhamsted III Northwood Town III v Boxmoor III Old Albanian III v Met Police Bushey III Radlett V v Harpenden V Redbourn III v Rickmansworth IV St Albans IV v Old Elizabethans III Watford Town III v Redbourn IV

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Team Results Codes

Berkhamsted III.................... BK3 Boxmoor III........................... BX3 Bushey III.............................. BU3 Chipperfield Clarendon III..... CC3 Harpenden V........................ HP5 Hemel Hempstead Town V... HH5 Langleybury IV...................... LA4 Met Police Bushey III............ MP3 Mill Hill Village III.................. MH3 Northwood Town III............... NT3 Old Albanian III..................... OA3 Old Elizabethans III.............. OE3 Radlett V............................... RA5 Redbourn III.......................... RB3 Redbourn IV......................... RB4 Rickmansworth IV................. RI4 St Albans IV.......................... ST4 Watford Town III.................... WT3


Division Twelve East 17 May 2014 (1.00pm) Botany Bay IV Datchworth IV Hertford V Hitchin IV Old Camdenians II Stevenage VI Waltham X Rosedale IV

v Wheathampstead IV v Reed IV v Knebworth Park VI v Old Owens III v Hatfield Hyde III v Datchworth III v Welwyn Garden City V

21 June 2014 (1.00pm) Datchworth III Hertford V Hitchin IV Knebworth Park VI Old Owens III Stevenage VI Welwyn Garden City V

v Botany Bay IV v Datchworth IV v Wheathampstead IV v Old Camdenians II v Hatfield Hyde III v Waltham X Rosedale IV v Reed IV

26 July 2014 (1.00pm) Botany Bay IV Datchworth III Hatfield Hyde III Old Camdenians II Old Owens III Reed IV Welwyn Garden City V

24 May 2014 (1.00pm) Datchworth III Hatfield Hyde III Knebworth Park VI Old Owens III Reed IV Welwyn Garden City V Wheathampstead IV

v Hitchin IV v Botany Bay IV v Stevenage VI v Waltham X Rosedale IV v Old Camdenians II v Datchworth IV v Hertford V

28 June 2014 (1.00pm) Botany Bay IV Datchworth IV Hatfield Hyde III Hertford V Reed IV Waltham X Rosedale IV Welwyn Garden City V

v Knebworth Park VI v Stevenage VI v Datchworth III v Old Camdenians II v Old Owens III v Hitchin IV v Wheathampstead IV

02 August 2014 (1.00pm) Botany Bay IV v Datchworth IV Datchworth III v Knebworth Park VI Hatfield Hyde III v Waltham X Rosedale IV Hertford V v Old Owens III Hitchin IV v Reed IV Stevenage VI v Welwyn Garden City V Wheathampstead IV v Old Camdenians II

31 May 2014 (1.00pm) Botany Bay IV Datchworth IV Hatfield Hyde III Hitchin IV Old Camdenians II Stevenage VI Waltham X Rosedale IV

v Reed IV v Old Owens III v Wheathampstead IV v Knebworth Park VI v Welwyn Garden City V v Hertford V v Datchworth III

05 July 2014 (1.00pm) Datchworth IV Hertford V Knebworth Park VI Reed IV Stevenage VI Waltham X Rosedale IV Welwyn Garden City V

v Hitchin IV v Botany Bay IV v Hatfield Hyde III v Datchworth III v Old Camdenians II v Wheathampstead IV v Old Owens III

09 August 2014 (1.00pm) Botany Bay IV v Old Camdenians II Datchworth IV v Hatfield Hyde III Hertford V v Datchworth III Old Owens III v Stevenage VI Reed IV v Waltham X Rosedale IV Welwyn Garden City V v Hitchin IV Wheathampstead IV v Knebworth Park VI

07 June 2014 (1.00pm) Datchworth III Hertford V Knebworth Park VI Old Camdenians II Reed IV Welwyn Garden City V Wheathampstead IV

v Datchworth IV v Hitchin IV v Waltham X Rosedale IV v Old Owens III v Hatfield Hyde III v Botany Bay IV v Stevenage VI

12 July 2014 (1.00pm) Botany Bay IV Datchworth IV Hatfield Hyde III Old Camdenians II Old Owens III Reed IV Welwyn Garden City V

v Stevenage VI v Waltham X Rosedale IV v Hertford V v Hitchin IV v Wheathampstead IV v Knebworth Park VI v Datchworth III

14 June 2014 (1.00pm) Datchworth IV Hatfield Hyde III Hitchin IV Old Camdenians II Old Owens III Waltham X Rosedale IV Wheathampstead IV

v Knebworth Park VI v Welwyn Garden City V v Stevenage VI v Datchworth III v Botany Bay IV v Hertford V v Reed IV

19 July 2014 (1.00pm) Datchworth III Hertford V Hitchin IV Knebworth Park VI Stevenage VI Waltham X Rosedale IV Wheathampstead IV

v Old Owens III v Reed IV v Botany Bay IV v Welwyn Garden City V v Hatfield Hyde III v Old Camdenians II v Datchworth IV

v Waltham X Rosedale IV v Wheathampstead IV v Hitchin IV v Datchworth IV v Knebworth Park VI v Stevenage VI v Hertford V

Team Results Codes

Botany Bay IV....................... BB4 Datchworth III....................... DW3 Datchworth IV....................... DW4 Hatfield Hyde III.................... HY3 Hertford V............................. HF5 Hitchin IV.............................. HI4 Knebworth Park VI............... KP6 Old Camdenians II................ OC2 Old Owens III........................ OO3 Reed IV................................. RE4 Stevenage VI........................ SG6 Waltham X Rosedale IV....... WX4 Welwyn Garden City V......... WG5 Wheathampstead IV............. WD4

Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League on the Web

www.hertsleague.co.uk The site contains results and tables, updated as the results are reported by text on Saturday evenings throughout the season. You will also find a whole host of information, including the constitution, match rules, cup competition draws and detailed archive information going back to 1994. To contribute to the site, please contact Michael Wood 01442 390353 / 07703 394053 - results@hertsleague.co.uk. 107


Division Twelve West 17 May 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley IV Bushey IV Chorleywood IV Frogmore II Harpenden VI Kings Langley IV Leverstock Green IV

v Boxmoor IV v Shenley Village IV v Rickmansworth V v West Herts IV v Watford Town V v Berkhamsted IV v Watford Town IV

21 June 2014 (1.00pm) Berkhamsted IV Bushey IV Harpenden VI Rickmansworth V Shenley Village IV Watford Town IV West Herts IV

v Boxmoor IV v Frogmore II v Chorleywood IV v Abbots Langley IV v Leverstock Green IV v Kings Langley IV v Watford Town V

26 July 2014 (1.00pm) Berkhamsted IV Boxmoor IV Chorleywood IV Harpenden VI Leverstock Green IV Shenley Village IV Watford Town V

24 May 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley IV Berkhamsted IV Boxmoor IV Rickmansworth V Shenley Village IV Watford Town IV West Herts IV

v Watford Town V v Frogmore II v Leverstock Green IV v Bushey IV v Kings Langley IV v Chorleywood IV v Harpenden VI

28 June 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley IV Boxmoor IV Frogmore II Harpenden VI Leverstock Green IV Watford Town V West Herts IV

v Chorleywood IV v Shenley Village IV v Kings Langley IV v Bushey IV v Rickmansworth V v Berkhamsted IV v Watford Town IV

02 August 2014 (1.00pm) Bushey IV v West Herts IV Chorleywood IV v Berkhamsted IV Frogmore II v Boxmoor IV Harpenden VI v Leverstock Green IV Kings Langley IV v Watford Town V Rickmansworth V v Shenley Village IV Watford Town IV v Abbots Langley IV

31 May 2014 (1.00pm) Boxmoor IV Bushey IV Frogmore II Harpenden VI Kings Langley IV Leverstock Green IV West Herts IV

v Watford Town IV v Chorleywood IV v Shenley Village IV v Berkhamsted IV v Rickmansworth V v Watford Town V v Abbots Langley IV

05 July 2014 (1.00pm) Berkhamsted IV Bushey IV Chorleywood IV Frogmore II Kings Langley IV Rickmansworth V Shenley Village IV

v West Herts IV v Abbots Langley IV v Leverstock Green IV v Watford Town IV v Harpenden VI v Boxmoor IV v Watford Town V

09 August 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley IV v Leverstock Green IV Berkhamsted IV v Bushey IV Boxmoor IV v Harpenden VI Rickmansworth V v Watford Town IV Shenley Village IV v Chorleywood IV Watford Town V v Frogmore II West Herts IV v Kings Langley IV

07 June 2014 (1.00pm) Berkhamsted IV Chorleywood IV Rickmansworth V Shenley Village IV Watford Town IV Watford Town V West Herts IV

v Abbots Langley IV v Kings Langley IV v Frogmore II v Harpenden VI v Bushey IV v Boxmoor IV v Leverstock Green IV

12 July 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley IV Bushey IV Chorleywood IV Harpenden VI Watford Town IV Watford Town V West Herts IV

v Kings Langley IV v Leverstock Green IV v Boxmoor IV v Frogmore II v Berkhamsted IV v Rickmansworth V v Shenley Village IV

14 June 2014 (1.00pm) Abbots Langley IV Boxmoor IV Frogmore II Harpenden VI Kings Langley IV Leverstock Green IV Watford Town V

v Shenley Village IV v West Herts IV v Chorleywood IV v Rickmansworth V v Bushey IV v Berkhamsted IV v Watford Town IV

19 July 2014 (1.00pm) Bushey IV Frogmore II Kings Langley IV Shenley Village IV Watford Town IV Watford Town V West Herts IV

v Boxmoor IV v Abbots Langley IV v Leverstock Green IV v Berkhamsted IV v Harpenden VI v Chorleywood IV v Rickmansworth V

v Rickmansworth V v Kings Langley IV v West Herts IV v Abbots Langley IV v Frogmore II v Watford Town IV v Bushey IV

Team Results Codes

Abbots Langley IV................ AL4 Berkhamsted IV.................... BK4 Boxmoor IV........................... BX4 Bushey IV............................. BU4 Chorleywood IV.................... CW4 Frogmore II........................... FR2 Harpenden VI....................... HP6 Kings Langley IV.................. KL4 Leverstock Green IV............. LG4 Rickmansworth V.................. RI5 Shenley Village IV................ SV4 Watford Town IV................... WT4 Watford Town V.................... WT5 West Herts IV....................... WH4

Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League

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CCC Sovereign Trophy 2014

The 2013 season saw use drawn against the Mid Essex League in the first round on the Sovereign Trophy. Having complied a competitive 225 all out in 44.1 over, the opposition lost 3 early wickets and eventually finished 27 runs short. In the second round we had another away trip to Essex to play the Essex League Divs 1-3. A good performance in the field to restrict the opposition to 191 could not be matched with the bat and we fell short. Thanks to our captain Sam Mazurek for arranging the team (not an easy job at all!) and to the players from Botany Bay, Radlett, Northchurch, Cockfosters, Chorleywood and Leverstock Green who took part this year. Sam will again captain the side again in 2014 and he is always looking for new players so please contact him if you would like to be considered. Sam Mazurek - 07940 761876 / sammaz1@hotmail.com.

CCC Sovereign Trophy Draw 2014 Preliminary Round – Wednesday May 14th

Match 1 Match 2

Match Match Match Match Match Match Match Match

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Match Match Match Match

11 12 13 14

National Cricket League v Herts & Essex CL Essex County League v Elliott Davis London CL

Round One – Wednesday May 28th Bedfordshire County CL Winner of Match 1 Surrey Championship Divs 2-5 v Winner of Match 2 Essex Sunday League v Chilterns CL Kent CL Divs 1&2 v East Sussex CL Hertfordshire CL v ETCL League Kent CL Divs 3-5 v South East Sunday CL Essex League Divs 1-3 v Mid-Essex League Surrey County CL v British Tamils CL

Round Two – Wednesday June 18th Winner of Match 3 v Winner of Match 4 Winner of Match 5 v Winner of Match 6 Winner of Match 7 v Winner of Match 8 Winner of Match 9 v Winner of Match 10

Semi Finals – Wednesday July 9th

Match 15 Match 16

Winner of Match 12 v Winner of Match 11 Winner of Match 14 v Winner of Match 13

(at a neutral venue after the finalists are known) Match 17 Winner of Match 15 v Winner of Match 16

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Readers Herts Cup and Trophy

2014 sees a change to the Readers competitions on two fronts. Readers have increased the prize money by an extra £1,000 to reward our formation of the new league structure; and the Herts Cup will change to a T20 format for our Premier and Championship divisions. The next 32 interested clubs will compete in the Herts Trophy. The prize money for the T20 Competition will total £1,900 and the Trophy total will increase to £1,750 split as defined below, and the cricket balls will be provided at no cost to clubs. The addition of the £20 entry fee from participating clubs allows us to cover the costs of running the Competitions, and again our thanks go to Readers for this very welcome financial support. Prize money (Readers T20 Herts Cup): Losing semi-finalists to receive £200 Runners-up to receive £500 Winners to receive £1,000

Prize Money (Readers Herts Trophy): Losing quarter-finalists to receive £100 Losing semi-finalists to receive £150 Runners-up to receive £350 Winners to receive £700

The Semi-finals and the final of the T20 Cup will be staged on Sunday 27th July 2014 at a venue to be announced, and the final of the Trophy will be staged on Sunday 7th September 2014 at a venue to be announced. The rules and playing conditions are set out in pages 44-53 of this handbook. In the event of bad weather reserve dates of Sunday 3rd of August 2014 for the T20 Cup and Sunday 14th September 2014 for the Trophy have been set aside and clubs will toss a coin for the venue.

Readers Herts County 20-20 Cup Fixtures - 2014 North

East

05/05/2014 Sawbridgeworth v Letchworth Garden City 05/05/2014 Sawbridgeworth v Harpenden 26/05/2014 Harpenden v Hertford 26/05/2014 Harpenden v Letchworth Garden City 29/05/2014 Knebworth Park v Harpenden 15/06/2014 Letchworth Garden City v Knebworth Park 15/06/2014 Letchworth Garden City v Hertford 25/06/2014 Knebworth Park v Sawbridgeworth 29/06/2014 Hertford v Knebworth Park 29/06/2014 Hertford v Sawbridgeworth 01/05/2014 18/05/2014 06/06/2014 22/06/2014 25/06/2014 13/07/2014

18/05/2014 Welwyn Garden City 18/05/2014 Reed 18/05/2014 Reed 01/06/2014 Bishop's Stortford 01/06/2014 Bishop's Stortford 06/06/2014 Stevenage 08/06/2014 Stevenage 25/06/2014 Welwyn Garden City 25/06/2014 Hoddesdon 13/07/2014 Hoddesdon

South

West Herts North Mymms Potters Bar West Herts North Mymms Hemel Hempstead Town

Bishop's Stortford................. BS0 Chorleywood......................... CW0 Harpenden............................ HP0 Hemel Hempstead................ HH0 Hertford................................. HF0 Hoddesdon........................... HO0 Knebworth Park.................... KP0 Langleybury.......................... LA0 Letchworth Garden City........ LW0 North Mymms....................... NM0 Potters Bar............................ PB0 Radlett.................................. RA0 Reed..................................... RE0 Sawbridgeworth.................... SB0 Southgate Compton.............. SC0 Stevenage............................ SG0 Totteridge Millhillians............ TM0 Welwyn Garden City............. WG0 West Herts............................ WH0

West

v Potters Bar v Hemel Hempstead Town v Hemel Hempstead Town v North Mymms v Potters Bar v West Herts

County 20-20 Cup Teams

v Bishop's Stortford v Hoddesdon v Bishop's Stortford v Stevenage v Hoddesdon v Welwyn Garden City v Reed v Reed v Stevenage v Welwyn Garden City

18/05/2014 Chorleywood 18/05/2014 Langleybury 25/06/2014 Radlett 25/06/2014 Chorleywood 13/07/2014 Totteridge Millhillians 13/07/2014 Langleybury

v Radlett v Totteridge Millhillians v Langleybury v Totteridge Millhillians v Radlett v Chorleywood

Team Results Codes (for text reporting) County Trophy Teams

Abbots Langley..................... AL0 Botany Bay........................... BB0 Broxbourne........................... BR0 Chipperfield Clarendon......... CC0 Cockfosters........................... CF0 County Hall........................... CH0 Hatfield Hyde........................ HY0 Holtwhites Trinibis................. HT0 Kings Langley....................... KL0 Leverstock Green................. LG0 Met Police Bushey................ MP0 Northampton Exiles.............. NX0 Northchurch.......................... NC0

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Old Elizabethans.................. OE0 Old Owens............................ OO0 Preston................................. PR0 Redbourn.............................. RB0 Shenley Village..................... SV0 Southgate Adelaide.............. SA0 St Albans West Indian.......... SW0 St Albans.............................. ST0 Waltham X Rosedale............ WX0 Watford Town........................ WT0 Wheathampstead................. WD0 (Note: All codes end in zero)


Readers Herts County Trophy Draw - 2014 1st Round – Sunday 1st June (reserve date: 8th June)

1 Cockfosters 2 Leverstock Green 3 Wheathampstead 4 Kings Langley 5 Hatfield Hyde 6 Waltham X Rosedale 7 Preston 8 Southgate Adelaide 9 Botany Bay 10 Met Police Bushey 11 Chipperfield Clarendon 12 Broxbourne 13 St Albans 14 Northchurch 15 Old Elizabethans 16 Holtwhites Trinibis

v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v

Bye Old Owens Watford Town Bye Northampton Exiles Bye Bye St Albans West Indian Bye Bye Shenley Village County Hall Bye Redbourn Abbots Langley Bye

Round 2 - Sunday 22nd June (reserve date: 29th June)

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Met Police Bushey Botany Bay Winners of Match 12 Winners of Match 3 Winners of Match 14 St Albans Winners of Match 11 Cockfosters

v v v v v v v v

Waltham X Rosedale Winners of Match 2 Holtwhites Trinibis Preston Winners of Match 8 Kings Langley Winners of Match 15 Winners of Match 5

Quarter-Finals - Sunday 20th July (reserve date: 27th July)

25 26 27 28

Winners Winners Winners Winners

of of of of

Match Match Match Match

18 23 22 17

v v v v

Winners Winners Winners Winners

of of of of

Match Match Match Match

19 21 24 20

Semi-Finals - Sunday 17th August (reserve date: 24th August)

29 Winners of Match 27 v Winners of Match 25 30 Winners of Match 26 v Winners of Match 28

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Review of the Season 2013 - Jack Sheldon

It would be remiss of me to begin my first season review without recognising the debt owed to my predecessor, Richard White. Richard has passed the baton over after many winters spent trawling through league tables, averages and record books. He set an extraordinarily high standard and as such I have seen no reason to break from the format that he has used in previous years.

End of an era As will doubtless have been covered at length elsewhere in this handbook, 2014 will see the most significant changes to the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League since the ‘vertical’ structure used for the past 13 summers was introduced in 2000. At a meeting of the 25 leading clubs, based on the 2013 League positions, held in October a motion to withdraw Hertfordshire League teams from the Home Counties Premier League was passed. It was later agreed for this to take effect immediately. Along with the earlier decision to regionalise the bottom four divisions this has resulted in a new look to the League structure. Many teams will be playing in different divisions from those that they expected to participate in once positions were finalised at the end of last season. Further changes are anticipated for 2015 with the match format to be reviewed once this summer is complete.

Sun shines for once... After unwelcome records were smashed in 2012 it was a more pleasant summer weather-wise with little rain and high temperatures throughout most of July and August. In contrast to 502 washed out matches two years ago just 181 fixtures were abandoned without a ball bowled last season. That figure includes 108 on 24th August when all bar one game was either called off or did not progress far enough to reach a conclusion. Hitchin Boys School was the only venue to see a result on that day but unfortunately for hosts Preston IV they were bowled out for 53 before Met Police Bushey III knocked off the runs in 10.4 overs.

A worrying trend Despite the excellent weather and a successful Ashes summer it did appear that the 2012 deluge had negatively affected participation. The lower leagues were disrupted by an unusually high number of conceded matches - a huge frustration to those players and teams that often found themselves unable to find a match despite the sunshine. Even in Divisions Ten, Eleven and Twelve several fixtures were not fulfilled but the bottom two tiers were naturally worst

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affected. 24 fixtures were conceded in Division Thirteen (12.6% of scheduled games) whilst in Division Fourteen the fixture list was reduced to just nine matches per side, down from 14 the previous season, following two withdrawals. It is hoped that the new regionalised structure will go some way to alleviating this problem.

Hertford scoop Division One title Hertford were crowned Division One champions as they bounced back strongly in their first season following relegation from the HCPL. Although the eventual winning margin - 43 points was not enormous, nobody could argue that they did not deserve the title. The Balls Park based team won four more and lost three less matches than their nearest rivals and led the way from 29th June, having initially hit the top on 25th May. Their success was based around a prolific bowling group that only conceded over 200 on six occasions and dismissed Luton Town and Indians for 74. Jon Ryan, whose 30 wickets included best figures of 6-27, led the way and was well supported by Chris Cook and Adam Carlson. Between them the trio picked up 78 scalps, each at averages below 21. With the bat the champions had just one man classified in the League averages but as a group chased successfully for 11 of 12 victories. This was the preferred approach of Steve Gale who remarkably won the first nine tosses. Gale’s teammates had further reasons to be thankful as the captain scored 781 runs at an average of 60.08.

Adam Carlson (Hertford)

The season got underway in dramatic fashion as they matched Totteridge Millhillians’ 227-7 but fell one run short of 30 points. However, that disappointment did not have a major effect on Hertford’s campaign as they lost just three of the remaining 16 matches. One of those defeats, away at Ampthill Town, came on the last day of the season after the title had already been sealed. The success of Hertford’s others teams - the second, third, fourth and fifth XIs all finished in the top seven of their respective divisions - saw the Club awarded the President’s Trophy as ‘club of the year’.

Millhillians move up a level - finally Despite finishing in the top three in each season since 2009, issues with meeting the HCPL promotion criteria had previously prevented Totteridge Millhillians from progressing beyond Division One. They had to settle for second on this occasion but even before Hertfordshire clubs withdrew from the HCPL they were at last able to celebrate promotion. The familiar figures of Shaun O’Brien (558 runs) and Justin Le Fort (524) topped the team’s run scoring charts. Meanwhile with the ball former England star John Emburey took 24 wickets at an average of 23.50 despite his advanced age - if he doesn’t watch out the ECB might be lining him up as Graeme Swann’s successor! Hasan Mahmood (30 wickets at 15.13) and O’Brien (36 @ 21.92) also featured in the bowling averages to round off an excellent season. Reed followed up their spectacular League and Village Cup double from 2012 with a solid third placed finish from their first attempt at Division One since 2008. As they had in Division Two,

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skipper James Heslam (645 runs) and Chris Jackson (421) powered a formidable batting lineup that regularly racked up totals well in excess of 200. The bowling was just as effective with pace-man Jack Tidey (26 wickets @ 20.12) and spinner Tom Greaves (45 @ 20.47) the main contributors. Old Finchleians, Division Two winners in 2011, were in the top two until mid-July. A major reason for that was the prolific Chetan Depala snr. who scored 851 runs at 60.79 - the joint fifth highest tally ever in a Division One season. He also took 33 wickets for good measure. Two other members of the Depala family that dominates their first XI - Chetan Depala jnr. (22 @ 24.00) and Mayur Depala snr. (21 @ 15.48) - also made the bowling list. However, fourth place was ultimately a fair reflection of a season that tapered away in the final month as they lost their last three completed fixtures. The leading wicket taker in the top tier was Langleybury’s Khalid Manzoor. The off-spinner picked up 46 wickets at an exceptional average of 14.02. His final total was one greater than that of Reed's Greaves and two ahead of Flitwick’s Ricky Joseph. Despite each possessing a prolific performer Langleybury and Flitwick could only manage fifth and sixth respectively. Langleybury finished four points ahead of Luton Town and Indians and, though they could not have known it at the time, they proved to be a hugely significant four points - they will compete in the new Championship this season whilst Luton and eighth placed Ampthill Town will have to make do with a new-look Division One. Luton’s Mohammed Irshad topped the divisional bowling averages thanks primarily to a haul of 8-65 against Hitchin on the final day of the season but Nitin Parsooth’s 27 scalps were equally as important to the Wardown Park outfit’s season. Matthew Barnes averaged over 50 with the bat for Ampthill but received little support. The bottom two positions were filled by Hitchin, who were twice bowled out for under 100, and St. Albans who finished 66 points adrift despite restoring some pride with two wins in the final four games. The pair are joined by Luton, Ampthill and the top six sides from last season’s Division Two in Division One this season.

Dunstable complete remarkable turnaround On more than one occasion during the previous three seasons Dunstable had been threatened with relegation to Division Three. However, in 2013 the good times returned for an outfit who were once stalwarts of Division One. They won their first three games and, despite hiccups against Cockfosters and Broxbourne, remained a formidable side for the remainder of the year. In all they tasted victory on 14 occasions, successfully chasing for 11 of them. In terms of average the Lancot Park based club possessed the leading bowler in the division. Mike Alston delivered just 95.2 overs but took 27 wickets at 8.74 - in effect a wicket every three-and-a-half overs. His team-mates Sam Cherry (46 @ 14.37) and Bradley Matthews (32 @ 15.78) were also star contributors with the ball. Dunstable’s willow wielders were often left pursuing small totals but that did not prevent the valuable Cherry from scoring 562 runs. From early on in the campaign the top two places in the division were dominated by Dunstable and Botany Bay, who were targeting a fourth title in consecutive seasons. The Enfield-based outfit fell 16 points short in the end but were the only unbeaten side. They would likely have won the League had they taken the one more wicket that they required to bowl the opposition out and take 30 points from their trip to Dunstable. Key contributions came from Greg and Kasey Harris (59 wickets @ 11.47 and 543 runs @ 41.77) but it was an all-round team effort. Along with Broxbourne, Kings Langley, Holtwhites Trinibis and Shenley Village the top two step up to Division One under the new structure. Though Northchurch won just five matches they possessed a record-breaking batsman Levi Thomson-Matthews. The Queenslander scored 1060 runs at an average of 81.54, including a highest score of 152*. That tally was 38 greater than the 1022 runs plundered by former 114


Zimbabwe Test player Dion Ebrahim when he was Shenley’s overseas player in 2011. Wheathampstead captain Adam Winchester was the only other man to pass 700 runs in Division Two in 2013. Including Greg Harris four bowlers took 50 or more wickets. Kings Langley seamer Mark Brazier led the way with 62 at 12.50 for an outfit that backed up third place in 2012 by finishing fourth, just 11 points behind Broxbourne, who rounded off the podium this time. Another top six side in possession of a genuine strike bowler were County Trophy champions Shenley, for whom paceman Jonny Lash picked up 58 scalps at 12.57 despite suffering from an injury for part of the season. Finally, Northchurch’s Darren James - who was the only man in the division to bowl over 300 overs - took 56 wickets.

Chellew’s return sees Abbots to title The return of prolific Australian Chris Chellew, who lit up Division Three in 2009 before joining North Mymms for 2010, was enough to see Abbots Langley’s young side return to Division Two at the first attempt. Chellew is viewed as a batting all-rounder but that did not prevent him from adding 37 wickets at an average of 11.68 to a total of 843 runs. Abbots had a mixed May, winning three of their first four games but picking up just one point against eventual runners-up Met Police Bushey. After that set-back they lost just once more as they excelled with both bat and ball, securing the silverware with a tense 26 run win over Southgate Adelaide on the final day. Their season also included a rare tie with Knebworth Park II in June. As well as Chellew key performers included Matt Dunstone (31 wickets @ 11.77) and Michael Burgess (303 runs @ 43.29).

Chris Chellew (Abbots Langley)

Met Police Bushey’s rapid climb up the Herts League ladder resumed after three years in Division Three. In both 2011 and 2012 they had finished sixth but now climbed to second thanks to 453 runs from Gareth Thomasson and 45 wickets at 13.29 from Daniel Nightingale. Karan Joshi, who recorded the best bowling average in the division (11.48) and dismissed 29 batsmen, was also in Met Police’s armoury. Each of the other sides that have moved up to Division Two, with the exception of Old Owens, have played at that level in the recent past. Old Albanian (relegated in 2010), return along with Redbourn and Ickleford, each of which went down in 2011. Redbourn’s strength was reflected in the League averages as the experienced Dan Roe (540 runs @ 49.09), Gary Sandford (626 runs @ 39.13) and Dan Darvell (48 wickets @ 19.63) featured prominently. They were the form outfit for the second part of the year, losing just once after 8th June, but had to make do with fifth after winning only one of their first seven fixtures. Wicket-keeper/ batsman Sandford was the third highest run scorer in Division Three behind Chellew and North Enfield’s Yasir Ghayas (652 @ 50.15). Darvell was the leading bowler and was one of just four to take over forty wickets - Nightingale, Old Albanian’s Abid Ali (43 @ 14.12) and Harpenden II skipper Richard Darwin (43 @ 17.14) completed the quartet.

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Bushey back in Division Three after eight years After an eight-year absence Bushey returned to Division Three by edging out Sawbridgeworth II for the Division Four title. They lost on just three occasions, including to their main title rivals on the opening day of the season. The primary reason for Bushey’s success was Farook Hameed. As he had been the previous season Hameed was prolific, taking 65 wickets at a scarcely believable average of 8.15. The result was that Bushey rolled no fewer than five opponents over before they had even reached three figures. The batsmen also performed for Nomaan Ilyas’s side as Chandan Sharma (634 runs @ 52.83) enjoyed an excellent year.

Farook Hameed (Bushey) celebrates one of four 6-wicket hauls during 2013

Sawbridgeworth’s second string surged into contention as the season went on, dropping points only to the rain after 6th July. They were able to field a strong all-round side that included three of the division’s leading run-getters - Joe Rudkin (615 @ 55.91), Dean Chisnall (610 @ 55.45) and Steve Ashman (516 @ 43.00). Paul Billings (39 wickets @ 13.26) and Paul James (28 @ 15.96) were also key components in a successful year for the Town Fields based side.

Fourth placed Potton Town could boast Division Four’s leading batsman, Sean Stevens, who averaged an incredible 82.54. His total run tally of 1073, including a highest score of 125 - one of five occasions where he was unbeaten at the end of the Potton innings - was 31 more than Akash Christian’s previous divisional record set in 2006. Hameed was the leading wicket-taker in the fourth tier by a distance. However, Old Elizabethans spinner Navaid Akhtar can count himself unlucky that his 46 scalps at 8.59 were not enough for him to top the League averages. Cheshunt’s Sam Stephenson (44), Watton-at-Stone’s Brad Williams (44) and Berkhamsted’s Riaz Richards (43) completed a quintet of bowlers to take 40 wickets or more. An outstanding season for Old Elizabethans, the highlight of which was a remarkable run to the County Trophy final including a giant-killing at Botany Bay in the semi-finals, was capped off by promotion to Division Three just a year after coming third in Division Five. Their elevation was confirmed with a two-wicket victory over Hertingfordbury on the penultimate weekend of the season. Once details of the new League structure were circulated Potton Town, Hertford II and Northwood Town could also look forward to stepping up a level.

Last day win earns Datchworth silverware There was an exciting conclusion to Division Five with three teams in with a mathematical chance of winning the league. Ultimately it was Datchworth, who had not hit the summit for the first time until 17th August, that ended the day as champions. Going in as league leaders they had their destiny in their own hands and duly completed a crushing eight-wicket win over Southgate Compton, reaching their target of 120 in just 20.2 overs. Datchworth’s all-round strength was reflected in the inclusion of six separate players in the divisional averages. Among these Thomas Bennett (405 runs and 28 wickets), Luke Bennett (468 runs @ 46.80), Steve Nash (37 wickets @ 10.57) and Steve Stroomer (33 wickets @ 10.79) had particularly outstanding seasons. The team languished in mid-table for much of the early part of the year but, following a nine-wicket win over Preston II on 6th July, won their remaining nine completed games to seal their first ever Hertfordshire League title and first promotion since 2005. 116


The other sides in with a chance going into the last round of matches also won convincingly but had to make do with the consolation prize of promotion to Division Four. Secondplaced Hitchin II relied on a prolific bowling attack, including Steven Flint (40 wickets @ 14.10), Chris Slack (27 @ 12.56) and Mike Baker (28 @ 17.14), to ensure that they too dropped points only to rain after 6th July. For third-placed Sandridge it was a slightly different story - they would have won the league but for slip-ups at Watford Town II and Harpenden III, against whom they required just one more wicket when the overs ran out and the match was drawn. Like the team directly above them in the table they had three outstanding bowlers. Lenny Peters took 45 wickets at Barry Hann (Hitchin II) on his way to a superb 152* against 14.96 as well as being the only man Cockfosters II watched by Adam Pigden (keeper) and John Worley in the team to notch up over 400 runs. Also in Sandridge’s ranks were John Murphy, the leading wicket-taker in the division with 56, and Duncan Ferguson who bowled less than 100 overs but took 21 wickets at 10.81 thanks primarily to a haul of 8-29. Hatfield and Crusaders, formed following the merger of Hatfield and Hatfield Crusaders in the winter of 2012-13, enjoyed a successful maiden season. The new Club finished fourth and will play in Division Four this season. Heath Bond, formerly of Hatfield CC, will doubtless have impressed his new team mates by scoring 520 runs to average 75.71 with the bat to top the averages. Among the other leading run scorers were three Southgate Compton batsmen - Liam Frame (678 @ 45.20), Alex Heaney (540 @ 49.09) and Carl Frame (454 @ 50.44) - and Old Cholmeleians’ Jamie Whybrow (578). Langleybury II’s Andy Stone (42 wickets @ 10.40) topped the bowling averages and joined Peters, Liam Frame (45 @ 14.12) and Flint in dismissing over 40 batsmen.

Hoddesdon take title as local rivals fall at the last Hoddesdon II, who had previously led throughout July, inherited the Division Six title on the final day. Wormley, having hit the top on 3rd August and led by 17 points going into the last game, were defeated by three runs against Kings Langley II. With their fate in their own hands Simon Dent’s Wormley would have felt that they had one hand on the trophy when the opposition were restricted to 129 at Church Lane. However, on a tense afternoon they could only crawl to 126 before being bowled out by a Kings Langley outfit that won their final three completed fixtures. It was by no means a plain sailing season finale for Hoddesdon’s second string, who took 54.3 overs to reach a target of 159 against Radlett III. At one stage they were 73-6 but an unbeaten stand of 86 between Shaun Brown (54 not out) and Tom Grover (35 not out) saw them home. Two of the division’s most consistent performers, Nick Laws (461 runs @ 65.86) and Aidan McElligott (38 wickets @ 10.76), were absent from Hoddeson’s line-up for the decider. 117


Wormley’s success - a first promotion since 2002 following years of decline - was built around Division Six’s most prolific bowler, Robert Stevenson (62 wickets @ 13.02), and the exceptional all-round returns of Reece Hanna (616 runs @ 56.00 and 22 wickets @ 11.50). Six men passed the 600 run milestone at this level, led by Flitwick II’s Phil Gurney, who plundered 743 with a high score of 125 as his side finished fifth. Fourth placed Bentley Heath incidentally the highest ranked side not from East Hertfordshire with Hoddeson II, Wormley and Hertford III filling the top three positions - possessed one of three bowlers to take in excess of 50 wickets. Hassan Zeb averaged 12.46 and secured 56 dismissals, six more than Knebworth Park III’s veteran captain Graham Fisher.

Adam Sturdy (vice captain, Hoddesdon II) almost adds to his 42 wickets for the season

Codicote achieve long-term target but Reed II lift trophy In just their seventh Hertfordshire League season Codicote achieved their long-term goal of reaching Division Six with their sixth promotion. They were the only team to beat Reed II who, with 13 wins, undoubtedly deserved a title that came just a year after a surprise relegation. Skipper Marcus Martin, with 664 runs at an average above 50, was the mainstay of the Reed batting line-up. What really made his team a formidable force was the bowling of overseas star Alex Kelly (31 wickets @ 12.23) and, in particular, the prolific Pete Tidey (58 @ 13.07). After hitting the top of the table on 10th August, when Rickmansworth II were beaten by 188 runs, Martin’s side won their remaining four completed fixtures. Codicote’s title push, which would have been achieved were it not for consecutive defeats in early August - two of three losses in total - was aided by the presence of all-rounder Jemile Al-Darraji who joined the club following a decade at Shenley. He made an instant impact, scoring 471 runs at 52.33 and taking 41 wickets at 10.51. Carl Richards (37 wicket @ 12.59) and Phil Lucy (37 @ 14.84) were also integral elements in Codicote’s success along with experienced wicket-keeper and Head Groundsman Jeff Chapman, who pouched his 500th career catch in 2013. Hexton’s team includes a strong contingent of Smiths and they put in outstanding performances in 2013 to secure the Club a third placed finish. Captain Mark made 696 runs, and scored on average 53.54 runs between each dismissal, whilst Nick took 48 wickets at 9.10.

Jeff Chapman (Codicote)

Remarkably Nick Smith’s bowling average was bettered by Stevenage III’s Ian Brown whose 41 scalps cost 8.90 runs a piece. His team mate Kevin Fisher (40 @ 16.83) also reached the 40 wicket mark along with Rob Day (45 @ 10.91) for fourth placed Ickleford III. Brown averaged almost 35 with the bat and was one of five players to manage over 500 runs in the seventh tier. Mark Smith led the way, followed by Martin and the third member of the 600 run club - Southgate Adelaide II’s Tariq Mahmood (623 runs @ 41.53). Craig Smith scored exactly 500 runs for Abbots Langley II. 118


Mill Hill Village continue climb When Mill Hill Village joined the Hertfordshire League in 2011 they were placed in Division Ten but have wasted no time in ensuring that they will be playing at a level more representative of their ability before too long. After missing out on becoming Division Nine champions in 2012 they won Division Eight by six points from Northchurch II, securing the title by defeating Northwood Town II on the final day. They were down in fifth place as late as 6th July but leapfrogged their rivals by winning their last eight completed matches. The star performer for the champions was all-rounder Marcus Cara who scored 421 runs at 52.63 as well as taking 24 wickets. However, the team’s leading run scorer and wicket taker were Danny Potter (679 @ 52.23) and David Overton (34 @ 20.74) respectively. Jeff Lituri emulated his Northchurch teammate, Levi Thomson-Matthews, in breaking a divisional run scoring record. Lituri became the first ever player to go past 1000 runs in a Division Eight season, finishing with 1005 at an average of 67.00. That total included a highest score of 170 against Old Camdenians II - equalling the record for the highest score in this division. The effort was all the more remarkable for the fact that it included 24 boundaries and that the remainder of the team contributed just 106 between them. Lituri was not the only prolific batsman in a side that were unlucky not to take top honours the experienced Steve Bateman contributed 582 runs at 52.91. Oliver Johnson (42 wickets @ 18.17) was the leading bowler for the runners-up whilst Lituri, not content with dismantling opposition bowling attacks, took 24 wickets. They matched Mill Hill Village in winning their final seven matches but were ultimately let down by a three match winless run in late June and early July. Lituri and Potter were the only men to pass 600 runs but four others made 500 - Bateman, Offley and Stopsley’s Steve Bexfield (591), Northwood Town II’s Andrew Burt (569 @ 56.90) and North Enfield II’s Alex Williams (559). The bowling averages were topped by League Committee member Kevin Kelly, who took 41 wickets at the stunning average of 9.37 for Langleybury II. However, four players dismissed more batsmen than him. Johnson took 42 wickets but the podium places were taken by Hatfield Hyde II’s Kapila Samarakoon with 46 at 13.48, North Enfield II’s Derrick Sanders with 48 at 15.23 and Baldock II’s Alistair Jones with 53 at 12.83.

Berkhamsted success confirms club is on way back The departure of a number of key players in 2011 saw, with the agreement of the League, Berkhamsted’s teams start 2012 several divisions further down than they had become accustomed to. After a steady first summer in their new surrounds the second XI won Division Nine last year to suggest that the club’s rejuvenation is well on track. Luke Frey (608 runs @ 67.56) and Stephen Dight (45 wickets @ 9.04) were the leading contributors to a side that lost just one. The title was sealed in style when, with 14 points needed on the final Saturday, the batsmen piled up 306-4 to set up a 96-run victory over Reed III. The runners-up position was taken by Broxbourne III but it could have been even better for the ‘Badgers’ were it not for a series of points penalties for the fielding of ineligible and unregistered players - a reminder to all teams, even at the lower levels, of the importance of following the rules. The top four was completed by Hertford IV and Bayford and Hertford II, whose line-up included the division’s leading run scorer Mike Davis (880 runs @ 73.33). In an odd quirk Little Berkhamsted Sahibs had five players qualify for the League averages but won only four games. Matt Shore (666 @ 44.40) and Adam Blaby (608 @ 86.86) were both among the top four run scorers whilst Trevor Allum (452 @ 45.20) had the fifth highest batting average. Joe Smith (34 wickets @ 17.87) and Steve Bowers (26 @ 20.50) were the Club’s contributors to the bowling list. 119


As is often the case at this level several other players from small clubs fielding just one team recorded outstanding returns. Ankur Arora scored 636 runs at 42.40 for Greenwood Park. Meanwhile the leading wicket takers in Division Nine included Allenburys’ Dane Barnard (46 @ 14.91) and Hatch End duo Jitu Videra (40 @ 15.63) and Howard Davies (38 @ 15.61). Andrew Woodward’s 33 wickets cost just 7.88 runs a piece for Bovingdon.

Frogmore secure maiden trophy It took Frogmore eight years to step up a level after entering the Hertfordshire League in 2003 but they have now enjoyed two promotions in four years. This time they also have a trophy to show for their efforts after they won Division Ten by 28 points. After taking maximum points from their first four games they were briefly displaced at the top by Sandridge II. However, they returned to the summit on 8th June and never relinquished control thereafter despite three defeats in four weeks in July and August.

Alex Coker (Frogmore) during a match winning 88* after being 80-5 chasing 220 off of 40 overs

Runners-up North Mymms III had two of the three leading wicket takers, something reflected in the fact that they bowled teams out for less than 100 on three occasions. David Searle topped the chart with 53 scalps at 12.77 but a better average of 8.10 was recorded by Nick Saunders who took his 41 wickets in just 152.1 overs. Searle and Saunders’ wicket tallies were split by Suman Irangati, with 50 wickets for Stevenage IV. Though he was not among the top five most prolific bowlers in Division Ten a special mention is required for Kings Langley III’s Gordon Sambridge who took his 30 wickets at an average of just 7.80. The batting statistics were dominated by sixth placed Boxmoor II’s Richard Ballard. Ballard scored 590 runs at 53.64, topping both the run scoring chart and the averages. But Ballard played second fiddle to teammates Alex Dukes and Larne Tracey during a remarkable game with struggling West Herts III on 6th July. Batting first Dukes and Tracey hit 133 and 94 respectively before Ballard (60 not out) and Richard Curtis (48 not out) put the icing on the cake. Captain Matt Larkins was able to declare after 45 overs on 395-2, a record score for all divisions. In reply West Herts were bowled out in 41 overs but had reached 166 to at least ensure that Boxmoor’s winning margin was not among the highest of all time. Apart from Ballard just one other player - Stevenage IV’s Chris Whitworth (522) scored 500 runs. Abbots Langley III’s Kuldip Hayer (313 runs @ 44.71) and Kings Langley III’s Sifan Naeem (331 runs @ 41.38) completed a group of four men averaging in excess of 40.

Cockfosters team continues surge One of the more unusual Hertfordshire League stories is that of the team that now play as Cockfosters IV. The side came about following an amalgamation with Old Minchendenians CC and until 2012, when they leapfrogged Cockfosters’ previous fourth XI, were known as Cockfosters V. Since joining the League in 2010 they have finished in the top two each season and last year won their third title as they added the Division Eleven pennant to their collection. 120


Umesh Agarwal (498 runs @ 55.33) was the leading batsman for the champions. He received support from all-rounder Shahid Khan, who scored 227 runs as well as taking 38 wickets at 10.33 with his quick bowling. Dhiren Chauhan (23 wickets @ 13.39) and Mark Hanrahan (24 @ 10.71) also contributed to a season when Cockfosters IV lost just once - to Botany Bay III on 13th July - and won several matches by enormous margins. Given the season that Cockfosters had, credit should be given to runners-up Mill Hill Village II for getting within nine points by the end of the season. Bowler Graeme Burton (41 wickets @ 10.00) and Lee Crocker, the leading run scorer in the divsion with 548 at 45.67 were particularly influential in this. The Burtonhole Lane club would probably have taken top honours had they not lost by four-wickets in the ultimately decisive showdown with Cockfosters IV on the penultimate Saturday. Several batsmen enjoyed outstanding years in Division Eleven. Crocker, Flitwick III’s Sean Nicklin (504) and Shenley Village III’s Jaymin Borkhatria (501) all passed the 500 run milestone. Meanwhile three batsmen averaged over 50. Agarwal scored the most runs among the trio but Andy Webb (428 @ 61.14) for Potton Town II and Rob Millard (341 @ 56.83) for Radlett V took the top two places on the averages list.

Umesh Agarwal (Cockfosters IV)

Among the bowling statistics those of Shenley Village III’s Kevin Wood once again stood out. Wood was the leading wicket taker with 52 at 11.21, including the remarkable figures of 9-5 as Chipperfield Clarendon III were dismissed for 24. Though eleven players have taken all ten in an innings this was the cheapest haul of nine or more wickets ever recorded in the Herts League. Despite this performance Wood was not one of the two bowlers to take their wickets at an average of less than ten - that honour was shared by Botany Bay III’s John Jarvis (41 wickets @ 6.98) and Hatfield and Crusaders IV’s Joe Bigley (33 @ 9.58).

Khan bowls Watford Town III to another title

Lee Crocker (Mill Hill Village II) hitting a six to reach his maiden century vs Flitwick III on Saturday May 18th

Since rejoining the League in 2010, following an eight-year absence, Watford Town III have made swift progress towards returning to the level that they were at when they temporarily withdrew due to lack of numbers at the end of the 2001 season. After securing promotion from Division Fourteen at the first attempt they won Division Thirteen the following season. They missed out in 2012 but will be one of the favourites in the newly regionalised Division Eleven this year after they held off the challenge of Southgate Adelaide III to take the Division Twelve title last summer. 121


Curiously the champions were not represented in the batting averages. However, they did possess one of two prolific bowlers in this division. Zirak Khan took 53 wickets at an average of just 8.43 but that was seven less than John Morris’s tally of 60 at 10.30 for Watford’s closest rivals, Southgate Adelaide. Adelaide dominated the early part of the season but were overtaken during a four match winless run in July and August. They returned to their previous form thereafter but by now Watford, who they had defeated on 6th July, had their destiny in their own hands. The leaders made life difficult for themselves on the last day, beating Bushey III by just 17 runs, but with 13 wins they deserved their title. The batting statistics were topped by the familiar figure of Dave Saunders, now captaining Preston’s fourth team after several summers at the helm of the third team. Saunders’ tally of 723 at 65.73 was exactly 300 greater than that of his nearest challenger, Hemel Hempstead V’s Chris Wright (423). Peter Jaffe (355 runs at 50.71) for Mill Hill Village III and Shabaz Hussan for Bentley Heath II (350 at 50.00) were the only other men to average 50.

Record win caps incredible year for Old Elizabethans III Third XIs have dominated recent seasons in Division Thirteen but few will have been as formidable as Old Elizabethans III were in 2013. Jonathan Mackman’s outfit won their first nine completed matches and slipped up just once, against Northwood Town III on 10th August. Among several victories by large margins one will be remembered by all involved for years to come. On the penultimate Saturday they thrashed 250-5 in just 40 overs after winning the toss and batting. But things were about to get much worse for opponents Hatfield Hyde III who found themselves bowled out for 7 in 12.2 overs, a League record, ‘beating’ the unfortunate landmark of 9 set by Old Camdenians against Braughing in 2001. Appropriately both bowlers, Steve Moss (5 for 4) and Tom Spenceley (5 for 2), picked up five wicket hauls. The pair each took over 20 wickets across the season but, despite not featuring with the ball as history was made, Farakh Raz was Old Elizabethans III’s leading wicket-taker with 30 at an average of 8.73. In second place, though some distance behind the champions, were Wheathampstead III. Chris Dilkes took 40 wickets for the side that played their games at Kimpton Cricket Club. Only Abbots Langley IV’s Bob Russell (44 @ 14.23) was more prolific though three men - Raz, Moss (20 @ 8.95) and Stan Williamson for Boxmoor III (25 @ 8.48) - averaged below ten. Redbourn IV could only finish fifth but their captain, John Pritchard, ensured that Old Elizabethans were not the only record breakers at this level in 2013. Pritchard plundered 860 runs at a Bradman-esque average of 95.56, smashing the mark of 718 set by Flamstead II’s David Watson in 2005 for the most runs in a Division Thirteen season. Nobody else got even half as many runs though Richard Hodgson (405) for Wheathampstead III and Robert Willoughby (400) for Reed IV each made the 400 milestone.

Hitchin IV top truncated Division Fourteen Two withdrawals reduced an already thin Division Fourteen programme to just nine fixtures per side. However, this did not prevent an exciting title race from taking place. Going into their final match, away at winless Stevenage VI, Hitchin IV knew that a win would take the trophy away from Kings Langley IV, who had already completed their programme. Andy Page’s Hitchin side duly smashed 218-3 in 30 overs but Stevenage would ensure that life was not easy for the champions elect. It took 47 overs for the hosts to eventually be bowled out for 191, consigning Kings Langley to the runners-up stop and allowing celebrations to begin back at Lucas Lane. The small number of matches, as well as the changeable nature of starting XIs for most Division Fourteen sides, ensured that just four players were listed in the League averages. The two batsmen represented were Kings Langley IV’s Warwick Smith (222 runs @ 37.00) and Ian 122


Lawless (205 @ 29.29) for Botany Bay IV. The pair of bowlers featured - Lawless’s teammate Khuran Noman (19 wickets @ 7.79) and Tony Thompson (20 @ 8.50) for the runners-up - each averaged less than ten. It is hoped that the changes to the League format, incorporating the old Division Fourteen teams into a newly regionalised Division Twelve, will ensure that teams at the level can enjoy a fuller season this year.

And finally...

The Mirror newspaper featured Rickmansworth CC Secretary Paul Blackwell on the clubs ground after the visit by badgers

It is customary to write about headlinemaking Hertfordshire League alumni at this point but in April Rickmansworth CC made the news for very different reasons. After badgers caused damage to their outfield over the winter a story, featuring quotes from Chairman Mark Raine and Secretary Paul Blackwell, was run by BBC News and ITN, and by the Daily Mail and The Cricket Paper. Thankfully, with the aid of garlic spray, the Club were able to fulfil their League fixtures.

On May 27th professional cricket returned to the county when Middlesex hosted Yorkshire at Radlett in the limited-overs Yorkshire Bank 40 competition on a glorious Sunday afternoon. Having attended the match as a journalist myself I can attest to the fact that those responsible for organising the event did an outstanding job. Despite stiff competition in the form of Watford FC’s appearance in the Championship play-off final at Wembley the ground was packed out with a diverse crowd including many women and children. To cap things off the home side won by six wickets despite a first-ball duck for England star Eoin Morgan! Unfortunately Radlett has not been awarded a Middlesex first XI game this year but Merchant Taylors’ School in Northwood will ensure that top level cricket is hosted within a short distance of many Hertfordshire clubs. Lancashire visit the School for a NatWest Twenty20 Blast match on Bank Holiday Monday 25th May before Middlesex take on Sussex in the County Championship at the same venue starting the following day. Jack Sheldon

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Hertford - Division One Winners

Dunstable - Division Two Winners 124


Abbots Langley - Division Three Winners Photograph: Sean Hinks

Bushey - Division Four Winners 125


Datchworth - Division Five Winners

Hoddesdon II - Division Six Winners 126


Reed II - Division Seven Winners

Mill Hill Village - Division Eight Winners 127


Berkhamsted II - Division Nine Winners

Frogmore - Division Ten Winners 128


Cockfosters IV - Division Eleven Winners

Watford Town III - Division Twelve Winners 129


Old Elizabethans III - Division Thirteen Winners

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Readers Herts County Trophy Final - 2013 Shenley Village v. Old Elizabethans Played at Cobden Hill, Radlett, Sunday 8th September 2013

Shenley Village’s 152 year wait for a major trophy finally came to end as they convincingly beat Barnet-based Old Elizabethans in a rain-affected final, which was eventually reduced to 30 overs per side. It was man-of-the-match Charlie Thurston, who struck the winning boundary to complete a crushing win for the Division Two outfit, who reached their victory target of 153 with a massive eight overs to spare. The 17-year-old Middlesex CCC academy starlet had begun the chase by guiding the first ball of his side’s reply to the boundary. He was brutal on anything short of a length, finding the ropes four times in the first two overs that were bowled by Dominic Goring and Alex Herbert, who conceded 10 and 12 runs respectively. This set the tone for the Shenley reply as Thurston and his opening partner Lloyd Willingham, both brought up their half-centuries in well under a run a ball. The pair put on 133 for the first wicket before the latter was bowled by Herbert, having scored 58 from just 44 deliveries. Although Anooj Vadgama fell cheaply for nine, the victory was sealed with eight overs to spare when Thurston drove Matt Holland down the ground for his 15th boundary to end unbeaten on 81 from 69 balls. Earlier, OE’s lost three wickets in the first five overs of their innings after they had elected to bat first. Paul Lissowski departed to the second legal delivery of the final, being caught behind off a hostile delivery from Kiwi Jonny Lash without scoring. He was soon followed by his captain, James Heavey (5), who was caught by Thurston after being deceived by a slower delivery by Craig Rawlings. Saqib Parkar departed for the same score after being bowled by Lash before Rob Gibson and Nick Jones steadied the ship before rain forced the players from the field after 13.1 overs. On the resumption, the reduced game meant that Lash, the Kiwi overseas cricketer playing his last match for Shenley, could no longer bowl and so finished with figures of 2-25 from his six overs. However, he still proved a partnership breaker as it was his smart catch that dismissed Jones for 27 to end a 62 run stand for the fourth wicket. From this point, the momentum shifted back to the Village as wickets fell at regular intervals before OE’s last pair of Holland (16 no) and Alex Herbert (20) added for the 40 for the last wicket to ensure a competitive total was posted. Rob Laney, bowling off a shorter run than usual as he nursed a hamstring injury, was the pick of the Shenley bowlers, his return of 3-29 including a sharp stumping from Matt Evans. Legspinner Nikhil Borkhatria (2-16) picked up the final two wickets as OE’s were dismissed off the final ball of their allotted 30 overs. It was a happy conclusion to the season for Shenley, who finished sixth in Division Two following a disappointing start to their league campaign which saw them lose their opening three matches. They were eventually promoted to Division One following the league restructure over the close season. *Old Elizabethans Shenley Village

152 (30 overs) 156-2 (22 overs)

R Gibson 37, R Laney 6-0-29-3 C Thurston 81*, L Willingham 58

Man of the Match: Charlie Thurston.

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Shenley Village Readers Herts County Trophy Winners 2013 Back row left to right: Jonathan Lash, Morgan Stanley, Matt Evans, Craig Rawlings, Paresh Kerai, Sam Dowsett, Charlie Thurston, Anooj Vadgama Front row left to right: Nikhil Borkhatria, Rob Laney, Lloyd Willingham

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Division One

League Tables 2013

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

Hertford Totteridge Millhillians Reed Old Finchleians Flitwick Langleybury Luton Town & Indians Ampthill Town Hitchin St Albans

18 12 1 3 18 8 3 6 18 7 2 6 18 7 5 4 18 7 4 5 18 6 3 6 18 4 5 7 18 4 2 8 18 5 3 9 18 3 4 9

2 15 1 56 3 61 2 34 2 41 3 38 2 76 4 66 1 50 2 53

Division Two

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

Division Four

20 415 66 372 55 356 63 327 52 323 47 295 75 291 64 290 77 287 58 221

Bushey Sawbridgeworth II Old Elizabethans Potton Town Hertford II Northwood Town Cheshunt Rickmansworth Bishop's Stortford II Broxbourne II West Herts II London Colney Bayford & Hertford Berkhamsted St Albans II Ampthill Town II Northampton Exiles Hertingfordbury Watton-at-Stone Ware

Dunstable 19 14 1 2 2 0 24 464 Botany Bay 19 13 3 0 3 11 17 448 Broxbourne 19 10 2 4 3 26 52 408 Kings Langley 19 10 1 5 3 31 36 397 Holtwhites Trinibis 19 9 2 5 3 33 46 379 Shenley Village 19 9 2 5 3 28 50 373 Preston 19 8 2 7 2 28 62 350 Radlett II 19 7 2 7 3 47 48 330 Northwood 19 4 7 5 3 84 89 323 Hemel Hempstead Town II 19 7 3 5 4 21 50 321 Northchurch 19 5 3 8 3 72 69 321 Wheathampstead 19 5 4 7 3 75 58 313 Watford Town 19 6 2 8 3 40 56 306 Cockfosters 19 4 7 6 2 73 76 289 Welwyn Garden City II 19 5 3 7 4 38 58 286 St Albans West Indian 19 5 3 8 3 36 55 271 St Margaretsbury 19 5 2 9 3 22 64 266 Leverstock Green 19 4 1 11 3 35 74 259 County Hall 19 2 3 12 2 64 69 213 Baldock 19 2 1 13 3 37 60 162

Division Three

Abbots Langley Met Police Bushey Old Albanian Old Owens Redbourn Ickleford Harpenden II Eversholt North Enfield Knebworth Park II Chipperfield Clarendon Potters Bar II Stevenage II Waltham X Rosedale Letchworth Garden City II Luton Town & Indians II Hatfield Hyde Totteridge Millhillians II Southgate Adelaide North Mymms II

Division Five

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

19 12 1 2 19 10 3 4 19 9 5 3 19 11 1 5 19 9 5 4 19 6 6 5 19 6 7 4 19 5 4 8 19 7 3 7 19 6 3 5 19 6 2 8 19 6 3 6 19 5 2 10 19 6 4 8 19 5 4 8 19 6 2 9 19 5 3 8 19 6 2 8 19 3 6 9 19 3 4 11

3 11 2 40 2 38 2 17 1 50 2 86 2 72 2 66 2 58 4 46 3 40 4 32 2 67 1 32 2 65 2 28 3 38 3 20 1 52 1 50

14 435 37 396 58 386 18 385 55 385 77 363 71 343 91 327 67 325 39 324 58 308 45 297 58 295 72 294 59 294 53 281 56 274 42 272 64 216 73 213

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

19 14 0 3 19 14 1 3 19 13 1 3 19 10 3 4 19 8 4 4 19 7 3 6 19 9 2 6 19 8 1 7 19 7 4 6 19 8 3 6 19 8 1 7 19 7 0 8 19 7 4 6 19 6 2 8 19 6 3 7 19 4 3 10 19 5 1 11 19 2 3 11 19 2 1 14 19 0 2 15

22 472 23 467 20 445 42 400 52 370 45 346 32 338 35 331 52 331 39 323 29 315 46 314 44 311 52 308 42 298 58 256 41 249 85 241 72 208 61 89

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

Datchworth Hitchin II Sandridge Hatfield & Crusaders Dunstable II Langleybury II Southgate Compton Chorleywood II Watford Town II Old Cholmeleians Leverstock Green II Flamstead Harpenden III Old Camdenians Welwyn Garden City III Parkfield & Headstone Preston II Hatfield & Crusaders II Chipperfield Clarendon II Cockfosters II

19 12 2 2 19 13 1 3 19 10 4 4 19 11 3 3 19 10 3 3 19 10 1 4 19 9 4 4 19 8 2 7 19 8 2 5 19 5 2 10 19 7 1 8 19 6 2 7 19 6 1 10 19 6 2 10 19 3 4 8 19 4 2 10 19 5 3 10 19 3 2 11 19 2 4 10 19 3 3 12

Division Six

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

Hoddesdon II 19 10 1 6 Wormley 19 10 4 2 Hertford III 19 11 1 5 Bentley Heath 19 11 1 5 Flitwick II 19 10 3 4 Radlett III 19 9 1 7 Knebworth Park III 19 9 4 3 Wheathampstead II 19 7 3 6 Hemel Hempstead Town III 19 7 4 6 Redbourn II 19 6 3 8 Old Finchleians II 19 7 3 7 Kings Langley II 19 7 2 8 Shenley Village II 19 6 3 7 Boxmoor 19 4 5 8 Clifton 19 6 1 10 Old Haberdashers 19 5 3 9 St Margaretsbury II 19 6 3 7 Northwood II 19 3 6 8 Totteridge Millhillians III 19 3 4 9 Old Cholmeleians II 19 2 1 14

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2 10 1 14 2 15 2 38 3 48 3 61 2 16 3 26 2 49 2 24 3 16 4 18 2 37 3 46 3 46 2 63 2 38 3 66 2 56 2 13

3 29 2 10 1 52 2 26 3 34 4 19 2 22 2 26 4 20 2 67 3 15 4 27 2 38 1 44 4 70 3 37 1 28 3 30 3 42 1 22

2 32 3 32 2 22 2 18 2 30 2 28 3 30 3 38 2 35 2 62 2 28 2 29 3 36 2 70 2 22 2 52 3 24 2 86 3 28 2 30

26 445 16 436 65 427 39 415 41 405 33 392 56 368 55 341 22 322 75 312 44 299 52 299 47 285 52 281 87 277 57 244 55 243 57 202 67 199 63 180

56 406 41 403 26 398 22 390 33 383 41 359 23 353 62 340 54 319 61 318 57 315 56 315 66 312 84 294 67 289 66 288 44 278 69 265 66 214 56 166


League Tables 2013

Division Seven

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

Division Ten

Division Eight

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

Division Eleven

Cockfosters IV Mill Hill Village II Flitwick III Hatfield & Crusaders IV Botany Bay III Ickleford III Shenley Village III Holtwhites Trinibis III Preston III Southgate Compton II Knebworth Park V Potton Town II St Margaretsbury III St Albans IV Chipperfield Clarendon III Letchworth Garden City V Radlett V Northampton Exiles III Ware II Potters Bar IV

19 14 3 1 19 13 2 3 19 10 6 2 19 11 2 3 19 10 1 5 19 8 3 6 19 8 5 4 19 9 2 2 19 8 3 6 19 8 1 7 19 8 2 6 19 7 4 5 19 5 3 10 19 5 2 9 19 4 4 8 19 3 2 10 19 3 3 11 19 3 0 14 19 2 1 14 19 0 1 13

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

Division Twelve

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

Reed II 19 13 3 1 Codicote 19 12 2 3 Hexton 19 12 0 4 Ickleford II 19 10 2 6 Botany Bay II 19 11 3 4 Abbots Langley II 19 9 1 7 Letchworth Garden City III 19 8 4 4 Rickmansworth II 19 9 2 6 Luton Town & Indians III 19 8 2 8 Waltham X Rosedale II 19 7 3 7 Eversholt II 19 6 3 7 Radlett IV 19 6 3 9 Old Albanian II 19 4 3 9 Tewin 19 6 1 9 Stevenage III 19 3 4 8 Holtwhites Trinibis II 19 5 0 11 Southgate Adelaide II 19 5 4 7 St Albans III 19 4 2 10 Potters Bar III 19 3 3 11 Great Gaddesden 19 1 5 11

Mill Hill Village 19 13 1 3 Northchurch II 19 12 5 1 North Enfield II 19 10 5 2 County Hall II 19 9 5 3 Old Owens II 19 7 4 6 Baldock II 19 8 2 7 Northampton Exiles II 19 7 5 5 Langleybury III 19 8 5 4 Harpenden IV 19 6 6 6 Dunstable III 19 5 6 6 Sawbridgeworth III 19 5 6 6 Northwood Town II 19 4 5 8 Old Camdenians II 19 6 5 6 Met Police Bushey II 19 6 4 7 Bushey II 19 6 3 8 Hatfield Hyde II 19 6 3 9 Hemel Hempstead Town IV 19 5 3 9 Offley & Stopsley 19 4 3 10 Letchworth Garden City IV 19 4 4 8 Totteridge Millhillians IV 19 0 0 17

Division Nine

Berkhamsted II Broxbourne III Hertford IV Bayford & Hertford II Bovingdon Hatch End Allenburys Reed III Hatfield & Crusaders III Little B. Sahibs Greenwood Park Pirton Old Elizabethans II London Colney II Leverstock Green III Cockfosters III Rickmansworth III Harpenden Dolphins Knebworth Park IV

18 13 2 1 18 14 1 2 18 9 5 2 18 9 2 5 18 9 1 4 18 9 1 6 18 8 3 5 18 7 2 6 18 7 2 6 18 4 6 5 18 6 0 10 18 6 4 5 18 5 5 5 18 4 4 7 18 5 1 10 18 4 1 11 18 4 0 10 18 3 1 12 18 1 1 15

2 34 2 25 2 1 1 30 1 30 2 24 3 50 2 14 1 24 2 39 3 40 1 36 3 64 3 30 3 54 2 30 2 24 3 44 2 39 2 63

2 20 1 38 2 44 2 48 2 55 2 28 2 31 2 31 1 50 2 68 2 63 2 75 2 43 2 38 2 40 1 22 2 42 2 76 3 34 2 40

2 10 1 4 2 59 2 46 4 18 2 22 2 35 3 39 3 29 3 84 2 28 3 38 2 43 3 46 2 28 1 20 3 8 1 22 1 42

29 459 25 430 15 416 50 390 26 386 60 374 41 361 39 343 57 331 52 311 53 303 65 291 75 289 42 282 86 280 57 277 61 275 75 259 63 212 76 179

Frogmore North Mymms III Welwyn Garden City IV Kings Langley III Sandridge II Boxmoor II Luton Town & Indians IV Stevenage IV Abbots Langley III Datchworth II Hitchin III Hertingfordbury II Waltham X Rosedale III Parkfield & Headstone II Flamstead II Northwood III Chorleywood III West Herts III Hoddesdon III Wormley II

19 449 35 443 52 416 60 398 72 357 44 332 71 332 44 330 80 320 78 316 71 304 85 300 56 299 54 292 51 291 57 269 56 268 73 239 53 237 60 110

22 442 21 425 44 388 41 377 27 355 37 344 35 330 38 317 43 312 76 305 60 288 43 281 46 279 67 263 48 246 37 207 37 205 52 194 69 151

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

19 14 0 4 19 13 0 3 19 11 3 2 19 11 1 4 19 11 2 4 19 10 3 2 19 10 1 5 19 7 6 3 19 8 3 6 19 7 2 7 19 6 2 9 19 7 0 10 19 7 1 9 19 5 5 6 19 4 2 9 19 4 1 10 19 4 2 11 19 4 2 11 19 1 1 14 19 1 0 16

18 460 15 432 37 429 36 428 37 421 22 403 46 394 47 327 39 318 41 313 54 307 54 301 45 296 61 268 64 268 64 250 65 243 59 241 54 123 45 78

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

Watford Town III 18 13 1 1 Southgate Adelaide III 18 12 1 4 Bushey III 18 12 0 3 Bentley Heath II 18 11 1 3 Redbourn III 18 10 5 2 Harpenden V 18 9 2 3 Mill Hill Village III 18 9 2 5 Cheshunt II 18 8 1 7 Langleybury IV 18 7 1 6 Berkhamsted III 18 6 2 7 Broxbourne IV 18 5 4 8 Old Albanian III 18 4 4 7 Hemel Hempstead Town V 18 4 3 8 Preston IV 18 4 3 11 Stevenage V 18 0 5 11 Tewin II 18 3 4 9 Rickmansworth IV 18 2 2 10 Met Police Bushey III 18 4 4 8 Hatfield & Crusaders V 18 1 3 11

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1 12 3 7 3 32 3 32 2 34 4 41 3 18 3 40 2 19 3 32 2 53 2 17 2 31 3 27 4 44 4 26 2 38 2 42 3 34 2 13

1 19 1 38 1 74 3 30 3 19 2 60 2 53 6 10 2 42 3 19 3 21 3 43 1 73 3 44 3 43 4 33 2 62 2 28 2 35 5 16

2 10 1 36 3 7 3 29 1 46 3 37 2 24 2 24 4 36 3 49 1 51 3 42 3 37 0 36 2 108 2 58 4 32 2 45 3 53

26 475 28 466 58 442 41 431 29 378 50 370 47 360 14 344 46 343 33 322 27 308 39 302 62 285 45 269 44 227 44 197 48 180 52 175 36 141 21 -3

15 455 30 436 15 412 15 404 43 399 20 377 35 339 48 332 35 311 47 306 45 256 69 251 55 232 76 232 94 222 65 213 55 187 55 180 61 164


League Tables 2013 (cont.) Division Thirteen Old Elizabethans III Wheathampstead III Northwood Town III Boxmoor III Redbourn IV Baldock III Hertford V Abbots Langley IV Old Owens III Welwyn Garden City V Datchworth III Reed IV Old Camdenians III Watford Town IV Shenley Village IV Leverstock Green IV Hatfield Hyde III Waltham X Rosedale IV Chorleywood IV Rickmansworth V

P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

19 15 2 1 19 12 2 3 19 10 3 4 19 10 3 4 19 10 4 4 19 9 3 4 19 9 4 5 19 6 5 6 19 8 3 6 19 7 4 7 19 5 2 9 19 5 4 10 19 5 2 11 19 4 5 6 19 6 2 8 19 6 2 9 19 3 2 12 19 5 1 11 19 3 3 10 19 3 3 11

1 20 2 26 2 51 2 38 1 46 3 48 1 40 2 56 2 36 1 38 3 54 0 88 1 48 4 45 3 25 2 18 2 70 2 12 3 26 2 33

Division Fourteen P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot

15 495 32 438 39 410 51 409 47 398 42 390 46 356 68 324 30 316 60 308 65 294 72 290 83 281 74 279 39 264 30 218 64 214 38 180 59 165 50 153

Hitchin IV Kings Langley IV Frogmore II Harpenden VI Botany Bay IV Berkhamsted IV Datchworth IV Wheathampstead IV Knebworth Park VI Stevenage VI

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

6 1 0 5 3 0 5 1 2 4 0 4 3 3 2 4 0 3 2 0 5 1 3 4 1 1 5 0 2 6

2 4 1 24 1 14 1 16 1 34 2 10 2 10 1 26 2 19 1 29

8 212 22 206 21 195 30 176 38 172 14 164 11 91 31 87 24 83 23 62

John Barker Cup 2013

This cup was donated in 1998 by the Hertfordshire County Cricket Association in memory of Hitchin CC 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.

Behaviour Hospitality Overall

Cockfosters Hemel Hempstead Town Kings Langley Ampthill Town Dunstable Town Hitchin Reed Welwyn Garden City Radlett Hertford St Margaretsbury St Albans West Indian Holtwhites Trinibis St Albans Northwood Flitwick Old Finchleians Broxbourne Preston Baldock Town Shenley Totteridge Northchurch Langleybury County Hall Leverstock Green Botany Bay Wheathampsted Luton Town Watford Town

9.70 9.29 9.50 9.63 9.25 9.33 9.40 8.50 8.88 9.17 9.38 8.75 9.25 9.30 9.00 8.57 9.11 9.13 9.00 9.50 8.43 9.00 9.10 8.33 8.86 8.30 7.40 8.00 8.11 7.14

8.40 8.71 8.38 8.25 8.50 8.33 8.20 9.00 8.50 8.17 7.88 8.25 7.75 7.60 7.88 8.29 7.67 7.63 7.70 7.13 8.14 7.57 7.20 7.83 7.29 7.50 8.40 7.71 7.44 8.14

18.10 18.00 17.88 17.88 17.75 17.67 17.60 17.50 17.38 17.33 17.25 17.00 17.00 16.90 16.88 16.86 16.78 16.75 16.70 16.63 16.57 16.57 16.30 16.17 16.14 15.80 15.80 15.71 15.56 15.29

The marks are 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 teams in Divisions 1 and 2. 136


Divisional Averages 2013 Division One

Batting Clubname Chetan Depala Jnr Old Finchleians S Gale Hertford M Barnes Ampthill Town G Kennedy Hitchin C Jackson Reed J Heslam Reed J Kerr Ampthill Town R Sharma Hitchin N Mandale Luton Town & Indians R Soulsby Langleybury M Manzoor St Albans J Le Fort Totteridge Millhillians S O'Brien Totteridge Millhillians Nahim Amin Langleybury J Page Luton Town & Indians T Greaves Reed S A Selwood Totteridge Millhillians W Heslam Reed J Curk Reed R Joseph Flitwick D Bermingham Totteridge Millhillians Mehmood Ali Luton Town & Indians Adnan Bashir Luton Town & Indians R Williams Langleybury J Holliday Hitchin T Russell Flitwick M Umlauf Flitwick

Inns NO Runs 17 3 851 16 3 781 13 3 560 8 1 340 12 3 421 16 2 645 15 4 455 11 2 366 16 2 566 16 3 511 15 0 562 15 1 524 16 1 558 15 0 500 15 3 391 15 2 402 14 2 363 15 2 381 13 2 320 16 0 463 13 0 354 12 0 313 13 1 308 16 1 375 17 2 351 16 0 358 16 0 321

Bowling Clubname Overs Mohammad Irshard Luton Town & Indians 68 J Ryan Hertford 120.2 Khalid Manzoor Langleybury 187.1 Nitin Parsooth Luton Town & Indians 149 B Williams Hitchin 94.1 Hasan Mahmood Totteridge Millhillians 131.5 Mayur Depala Snr Old Finchleians 73 R Jospeh Flitwick 182.4 C Cook Hertford 121.4 J Tidey Reed 138 A Carlson Hertford 106.3 T Greaves Reed 236.5 S Claring-Bould Ampthill Town 175.3 D Moore Hitchin 179.2 S O'Brien Totteridge Millhillians 191.3 J Twist Flitwick 171.3 Chetan Depala Snr Old Finchleians 183.2 J E Emburey Totteridge Millhillians 181.5 Chetan Depala Jnr Old Finchleians 134 S Bayston Hitchin 140.5 M Ellis Flitwick 148.2 Khizer Manzoor Luton Town & Indians 171

Division Two

Batting Clubname L Thomson-Mathews Northchurch J Scarborough St Margaretsbury D Rodgers Northwood L J Brown Kings Langley A Winchester Wheathampstead A King Leverstock Green E Tucker Welwyn Garden City II C Stead Cockfosters K Gill Broxbourne G Warman Knebworth Park II K Harris Botany Bay S Noach Northwood L Samarasinghe Wheathampstead A Holmes Knebworth Park II T Carr Dunstable M Bott Botany Bay D O'Leary Cockfosters S Cherry Dunstable A Sharma Radlett II A Sharma Radlett II D Fleckney Preston T Sambrook Kings Langley M Hobley Northchurch

HS 136 * 125 105 * 94 65 132 84 97 * 103 * 68 * 143 101 * 132 * 99 68 * 94 114 73 59 90 70 59 160 * 84 79 74 48

Ave. 60.79 60.08 56.00 48.57 46.78 46.07 41.36 40.67 40.43 39.31 37.47 37.43 37.20 33.33 32.58 30.92 30.25 29.31 29.09 28.94 27.23 26.08 25.67 25.00 23.40 22.38 20.06

M Runs Wkts 16 199 21 19 335 30 36 645 46 73 401 27 15 347 23 27 454 30 5 325 21 24 686 44 5 522 28 21 523 26 15 406 20 29 921 45 27 744 36 24 718 33 26 789 36 17 614 28 32 728 33 40 564 24 21 528 22 20 512 21 19 499 20 41 578 23

Ave. 9.48 11.17 14.02 14.85 15.09 15.13 15.48 15.59 18.64 20.12 20.30 20.47 20.67 21.76 21.92 21.93 22.06 23.50 24.00 24.38 24.95 25.13

Inns NO Runs 17 4 1060 11 4 523 13 4 652 12 2 523 15 1 723 8 1 350 10 3 312 16 9 307 15 2 563 11 1 425 16 3 543 14 4 410 14 1 521 13 3 400 15 4 435 14 2 474 15 0 568 17 2 562 11 0 412 11 0 412 14 3 398 12 2 349 15 3 403

HS 152 * 102 127 * 100 * 111 81 60 * 47 143 * 93 90 130 * 115 90 56 92 95 100 114 114 75 * 103 * 57

Ave. 81.54 74.71 72.44 52.30 51.64 50.00 44.57 43.86 43.31 42.50 41.77 41.00 40.08 40.00 39.55 39.50 37.87 37.47 37.45 37.45 36.18 34.90 33.58

T Garraway C Unicomb C Dawson G Tilbury L Willingham S Reeve G Living D Dowds M Stanley A Szemiako L Koch K Burgess R Winchester J Lash A Stokes M Evans J Schlaepfer P Duguid J Stevens M Bhutiya N Morgan C Martin B Hill H Younis

Northchurch Northwood County Hall St Margaretsbury Shenley Village Northwood Northchurch Cockfosters Shenley Village County Hall Leverstock Green Holtwhites Trinibis Wheathampstead Shenley Village Cockfosters Shenley Village County Hall St Albans West Indian Baldock Dunstable Hemel Hempstead II Wheathampstead Preston Holtwhites Trinibis

Bowling M Alston L Robinson G Harris D Weekes A Mateen M Khan M Brazier J Lash K Gill M Waters B Davies S Cherry M Petchell S Masood S McCrow A Riant B Matthews D Shanley R Willis R Willis H Younis J Coleman G Warman C Stainsby A Thomas L Walker S Mazurek M Anderson D James S Ansell D Foster D Foster M Futcher T Dean B Sayers R Glassberg C James L Samarasinghe J Stead S Reeve P Richardson M Batchelor

Clubname Overs Dunstable 95.2 Broxbourne 67.4 Botany Bay 267.1 St Albans West Indian 209.5 Holtwhites Trinibis 83 Leverstock Green 88.4 Kings Langley 252 Shenley Village 242 Broxbourne 193.4 Preston 207.2 Hemel Hempstead II 224.5 Dunstable 209.2 Hemel Hempstead II 156 Holtwhites Trinibis 136 Knebworth Park II 127.2 Preston 171.3 Dunstable 167.2 St Margaretsbury 177.3 Radlett II 108 Radlett II 108 Holtwhites Trinibis 118 Botany Bay 225.5 Knebworth Park II 132.4 Welwyn Garden City II 205.4 Leverstock Green 110.4 St Albans West Indian 211.3 Leverstock Green 101.1 Preston 170 Northchurch 319.4 St Margaretsbury 175.5 Radlett II 131.5 Radlett II 131.5 Wheathampstead 131.4 Baldock 197.4 Cockfosters 147 Broxbourne 197.5 Kings Langley 142 Wheathampstead 129.1 Cockfosters 171.3 Northwood 145.4 Northwood 124.5 County Hall 137.3

Division Three

Batting C Chellew Y Ghayas D Roe K Jones G Thomason M Burgess G W Wise M Chandler G Sandford

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16 10 16 12 15 17 14 17 13 15 13 14 16 16 15 15 15 15 16 16 16 15 17 17

2 0 1 2 1 2 2 1 0 1 0 1 2 3 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

469 315 462 307 427 443 350 459 368 393 349 325 338 310 330 302 305 304 341 339 314 306 318 305

104 * 100 104 65 106 * 75 * 102 86 * 69 112 * 62 55 70 59 90 * 85 * 52 71 51 54 55 50 54 107

33.50 31.50 30.80 30.70 30.50 29.53 29.17 28.69 28.31 28.07 26.85 25.00 24.14 23.85 23.57 23.23 21.79 21.71 21.31 21.19 20.93 20.40 18.71 17.94

M Runs Wkts 30 236 27 11 227 20 76 677 59 74 416 36 19 276 23 24 259 21 48 775 62 58 729 58 33 621 49 70 563 41 67 626 45 56 661 46 24 472 31 32 415 27 38 344 22 44 486 31 32 505 32 37 601 38 22 363 22 22 363 22 19 364 22 43 667 40 28 487 28 38 709 40 24 376 21 38 703 39 8 431 23 48 490 26 63 1070 56 39 604 31 22 481 24 22 481 24 26 465 22 49 620 29 24 651 30 45 590 27 39 583 26 24 474 20 28 811 30 18 676 25 12 575 21 36 590 20

Ave. 8.74 11.35 11.47 11.56 12.00 12.33 12.50 12.57 12.67 13.73 13.91 14.37 15.23 15.37 15.64 15.68 15.78 15.82 16.50 16.50 16.55 16.68 17.39 17.73 17.90 18.03 18.74 18.85 19.11 19.48 20.04 20.04 21.14 21.38 21.70 21.85 22.42 23.70 27.03 27.04 27.38 29.50

Clubname Inns NO Runs Abbots Langley 15 5 843 North Enfield 15 2 652 Redbourn 17 6 540 North Enfield 12 4 377 Met Police Bushey 13 3 453 Abbots Langley 10 3 303 Chipperfield Clarendon 12 1 465 Southgate Adelaide 11 1 405 Redbourn 17 1 626

HS 119 * 108 * 102 * 90 * 139 70 * 82 88 * 115

Ave. 84.30 50.15 49.09 47.13 45.30 43.29 42.27 40.50 39.13


AH Rehman D Elder L Perrin B Francis J Hilliard T Moody M Schumann G Naismith J Read Jake Nichols O Tuck S M Clements D Jenner J Patel L Farrell N Puckerin D Whiteley G Rasool J Peacock I Bowyer C Lyte Dhruv Patel D Humphreys R Perera S P Graf S Robert

Old Albanian Letchworth Garden City II Eversholt Harpenden II Ickleford Old Owens Ickleford Redbourn Abbots Langley Eversholt Harpenden II North Mymms II Ickleford Waltham X Rosedale Southgate Adelaide Stevenage II Harpenden II Old Albanian Southgate Adelaide Ickleford Southgate Adelaide Luton Town & Indians II Letchworth Garden City II North Mymms II Chipperfield Clarendon Waltham X Rosedale

11 13 13 12 17 13 15 16 12 16 11 15 14 15 15 14 16 14 14 14 15 15 13 17 17 18

Bowling Clubname Overs K Joshi Met Police Bushey 101.3 C Chellew Abbots Langley 158 M Dunstone Abbots Langley 124.2 M Gentle Waltham X Rosedale 109.4 D Nightingale Met Police Bushey 206.1 A Ali Old Albanian 244.5 J Patel Waltham X Rosedale 75.1 Wakar Arif Luton Town & Indians II 208 S Hamilton Met Police Bushey 94.3 Shahrokh Navaee Totteridge Millhillians II 133 S Avis Eversholt 234 M Marsden Ickleford 116 A Mathews Waltham X Rosedale 83.4 B Lane Old Owens 130 K Jones North Enfield 149.1 R Darwin Harpenden II 213.5 R Sibley Old Owens 176.2 J Gage Eversholt 117.4 R Ellwood Southgate Adelaide 91.2 M Flack Southgate Adelaide 131.1 S P Graf Chipperfield Clarendon 171.4 J Fleming Redbourn 227.3 D Darvell Redbourn 254.5 V Bhimjiyani Totteridge Millhillians II 177.3 S Ebrahim North Enfield 182.3 C Breetzke Harpenden II 112.2 S Gandy North Enfield 161.2 V Khan North Enfield 128.1 D Bassill Redbourn 117.2 S Roberts Waltham X Rosedale 128.3 C Smith Ickleford 175 L Perrin Eversholt 123 R Don North Mymms II 139.5

Division Four

Batting S Stevens J Rudkin D Chisnall C Cavener C Sharma F Patterson R Gibson S Ashman K MacFarlane L Singh N Darby A Joyce KT Farrell B Williams S Stephenson G Carveth S Williams D Smith S Lawler

Clubname Potton Town Sawbridgeworth II Sawbridgeworth II Hertford II Bushey Rickmansworth Old Elizabethans Sawbridgeworth II Potton Town Bushey Hertingfordbury Berkhamsted West Herts II Watton at Sone Cheshunt St Albans II Potton Town Berkhamsted Northampton Exiles

3 3 1 1 1 2 5 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0

313 382 451 413 585 399 362 544 366 523 347 378 404 458 376 359 413 383 344 330 379 330 304 368 341 327

75 97 * 97 85 * 120 91 95 * 85 74 61 82 85 79 73 102 103 * 82 * 78 0 59 58 76 * 83 105 66 52

39.13 38.20 37.58 37.55 36.56 36.27 36.20 34.00 33.27 32.69 31.55 31.50 31.08 30.53 28.92 27.62 27.53 27.36 26.46 25.38 25.27 23.57 23.38 21.65 21.31 18.17

M Runs Wkts 18 333 29 35 432 37 39 365 31 21 335 26 60 598 45 77 607 43 14 295 20 59 589 39 19 341 22 29 397 25 75 624 39 29 352 22 12 352 22 25 434 27 24 500 30 43 737 43 44 548 30 26 425 23 20 370 20 33 434 23 26 610 32 45 720 37 35 942 48 23 674 33 44 466 22 21 431 20 29 591 27 21 464 21 14 450 20 12 488 20 32 681 25 12 547 20 14 588 21

Ave. 11.48 11.68 11.77 12.88 13.29 14.12 14.75 15.10 15.50 15.88 16.00 16.00 16.00 16.07 16.67 17.14 18.27 18.48 18.50 18.87 19.06 19.46 19.63 20.42 21.18 21.55 21.89 22.10 22.50 24.40 27.24 27.35 28.00

Inns NO Runs 18 5 1073 13 2 615 16 5 610 10 3 374 16 4 634 9 2 338 12 5 305 16 4 516 12 2 390 15 3 462 14 2 454 11 0 413 15 2 482 17 1 588 11 2 315 12 1 370 12 1 348 14 3 333 16 3 384

HS 125 * 153 112 103 103 * 79 74 * 87 * 113 108 97 125 89 * 85 79 72 93 * 100 * 73 *

N Gogna P Lissowski G Riddle A Griffin K Sanghi R S Ketteridge M Lister D W Morris S Patel S Dean A Richardson S Bashir A Loomba J O'Neill N Tate

Bushey Old Elizabethans Hertford II West Herts II Northwood Town Bayford & Hertford Northwood Town Bayford & Hertford Northwood Town Cheshunt Cheshunt Rickmansworth Northwood Town Berkhamsted Watton at Stone

Bowling F Hameed N Akhtar S Stephenson L Singh S Ahmed P J Billings A Richardson P MacMurdie M Holland K McGalpine R Doling R Richards A Brazill P James D Whyley S Ruskin S Rider J Howlett D Goring A P White C Howard J Degnan A C Andrews B Cutler B Williams H Akhtar A Griffin V Gorasia P England A Rhodes S Kumar

Clubname Bushey Old Elizabethans Cheshunt Bushey Old Elizabethans Sawbridgeworth II Cheshunt Ware Old Elizabethans Cheshunt Northwood Town Berkhamsted Hertford II Sawbridgeworth II Northwood Town Hertford II Hertingfordbury Potton Town Old Elizabethans Bayford & Hertford Sawbridgeworth II Ampthill Town II Bayford & Hertford Rickmansworth Watton at Stone Northampton Exiles West Herts II West Herts II Cheshunt Broxbourne Hertford II

Division Five

Batting H Bond T W Wilson C Frame A Heaney L Bennett L Frame S Gregory P Murrell B Gethin-Golder J Whybrow I Horton T Bennett L Peters R Cooper S Grewal S Gwinnett B Phillips C Tweedie H Wells P Camm J Dickens N Reeves W Saber M Burleigh A Khalique A Grayson B Zaman P Nagrajan S Khalique R Gatehouse A Pigden

Ave. 82.54 55.91 55.45 53.43 52.83 48.29 43.57 43.00 39.00 38.50 37.83 37.55 37.08 36.75 35.00 33.64 31.64 30.27 29.54

138

13 14 11 15 17 17 16 15 15 15 15 15 16 16 16 Overs 258.2 190.1 213.2 103 98.3 158.2 125 83.4 103.1 144 96.1 196.5 166 178 106 131.4 189.1 167.1 117 144.4 153.4 119.3 144 124 230.4 180.3 144.5 118.3 131.3 173.3 162.3

2 1 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0

321 371 312 359 435 424 397 364 389 348 335 332 352 318 325

50 * 71 77 94 * 81 97 73 * 90 97 74 * 59 58 63 50 65

29.18 28.54 28.36 27.62 27.19 26.50 26.47 26.00 25.93 24.86 23.93 23.71 22.00 21.20 20.31

M Runs Wkts 81 530 65 58 395 46 65 517 44 24 303 25 26 291 22 33 517 39 23 354 26 22 278 20 21 361 24 29 439 29 26 317 20 31 682 43 29 558 35 57 447 28 26 337 21 19 442 26 48 578 33 37 526 30 28 363 20 40 437 24 35 509 27 20 380 20 38 425 22 12 524 27 34 857 44 35 582 29 23 548 26 22 423 20 21 494 22 41 522 23 32 512 21

Ave. 8.15 8.59 11.75 12.12 13.23 13.26 13.62 13.90 15.04 15.14 15.85 15.86 15.94 15.96 16.05 17.00 17.52 17.53 18.15 18.21 18.85 19.00 19.32 19.41 19.48 20.07 21.08 21.15 22.45 22.70 24.38

Clubname Inns NO Runs Hatfield & Crusaders 12 5 530 Chorleywood II 11 5 365 Southgate Compton 11 2 454 Southgate Compton 17 6 540 Datchworth 15 5 468 Southgate Compton 16 1 678 Datchworth 14 4 414 Preston II 13 3 398 Hatfield & Crusaders 16 5 429 Old Cholmeleians 16 1 578 Dunstable II 14 2 442 Datchworth 13 2 405 Sandridge 15 2 473 Hitchin II 9 0 321 Hatfield & Crusaders 18 3 534 Hitchin II 12 1 380 Hatfield & Crusaders II 13 2 377 Chorleywood II 12 0 400 Welwyn Garden City III 12 0 384 Sandridge 15 5 308 Old Cholmeleians 14 2 355 Harpenden III 15 1 407 Parkfield & Headstone 14 1 377 Preston II 18 2 390 Old Cholmeleians 14 1 312 Southgate Compton 17 2 357 Hatfield & Crusaders II 14 1 302 Parkfield & Headstone 15 2 300 Old Cholmeleians 16 0 342 Preston II 16 0 342 Cockfosters II 15 0 318

HS 103 * 110 * 102 * 76 * 75 * 138 66 * 106 101 * 79 69 73 137 102 90 90 63 81 97 74 52 103 * 103 52 * 49 111 64 54 77 49 58

Ave. 75.71 60.83 50.44 49.09 46.80 45.20 41.40 39.80 39.00 38.53 36.83 36.82 36.38 35.67 35.60 34.55 34.27 33.33 32.00 30.80 29.58 29.07 29.00 24.38 24.00 23.80 23.23 23.08 21.38 21.38 21.20


Bowling A Stone S Nash S Stroomer D Ferguson F Akbar J Barry C Frame C Slack T Bennett R Toms L Frame S Flint A Barker S Khalique L Peters J Murphy P Murrell M Willis J Sumpter D Hasiza M Baker R Pybus I Golder L White F Connah M Sayers J D Hinds J Card H Warnapala P Nagrajan L Ryan T Mannan

Clubname Overs Langleybury II 180.5 Datchworth 186.1 Datchworth 149.1 Sandridge 93.3 Hatfield & Crusaders 152.2 Dunstable II 100.3 Southgate Compton 140.5 Hitchin II 114.2 Datchworth 107.1 Chorleywood II 107.1 Southgate Compton 207.5 Hitchin II 159 Old Cholmeleians 116 Old Cholmeleians 193 Sandridge 241.3 Sandridge 258.5 Preston II 197.2 Southgate Compton 184.2 Welwyn Garden City III 193.1 Hatfield & Crusaders 168 Hitchin II 137.5 Datchworth 121.5 Hatfield & Crusaders 186.3 Sandridge 128.3 Preston II 154 Cockfosters II 160.4 Chorleywood II 128.1 Harpenden III 117.5 Parkfield & Headstone 138.1 Parkfield & Headstone 169.5 Chorleywood II 145.1 Hatfield & Crusaders II 157.1

Division Six

M Runs Wkts 62 437 42 67 391 37 46 356 33 26 227 21 44 423 36 24 299 25 40 387 31 26 339 27 20 364 28 20 346 26 52 631 45 32 564 40 20 416 28 31 568 38 61 673 45 55 841 56 44 528 35 33 542 33 27 618 36 26 535 31 27 491 28 22 421 24 58 497 27 32 426 23 32 561 30 39 505 27 24 403 20 11 432 20 26 454 21 38 504 21 32 532 21 24 625 20

Batting Clubname Inns NO Runs N Laws Hoddesdon II 10 3 461 M Hubbard Bentley Heath 14 4 603 T Waterton Hemel Hempstead III 8 1 393 R Hanna Wormley 13 2 616 K Watson Northwood II 14 2 600 P Gurney Flitwick II 17 2 743 T Morton Kings Langley II 14 0 605 S Ledger Wheathampstead II 11 2 370 C Fleming Redbourn II 15 0 609 R Monaghan Clifton 15 2 502 D Peddar St Margaretsbury II 8 0 307 K Spinks Wormley 11 2 332 H Brannon Old Haberdashers 11 0 399 R Bargent Boxmoor 14 3 391 N Gandon Hoddesdon II 15 4 374 T Piper Kings Langley II 10 0 325 C Yorath Redbourn II 13 3 312 A Chopra Totteridge Millhillians III 11 0 330 H Malde Radlett III 14 1 388 S Janjua Bentley Heath 16 5 316 Himanshu Depala Old Finchleians II 15 4 301 K Manzoor Old Haberdashers 17 3 357 S Ali Old Haberdashers 16 1 364 I Pickering Knebworth Park III 14 0 339 A Lee Hoddesdon II 16 2 339 M Kirman Northwood II 15 0 333 E Kasthiruracchchi Boxmoor 17 0 332 A Ryan Clifton 16 0 311 A Pimm Boxmoor 17 0 309

Ave. 10.40 10.57 10.79 10.81 11.75 11.96 12.48 12.56 13.00 13.31 14.02 14.10 14.86 14.95 14.96 15.02 15.09 16.42 17.17 17.26 17.54 17.54 18.41 18.52 18.70 18.70 20.15 21.60 21.62 24.00 25.33 31.25

HS 99 116 77 * 158 106 * 125 128 72 125 61 85 78 89 67 55 61 113 * 109 63 94 * 73 90 * 62 97 40 61 54 54 59

Ave. 65.86 60.30 56.14 56.00 50.00 49.53 43.21 41.11 40.60 38.62 38.38 36.89 36.27 35.55 34.00 32.50 31.20 30.00 29.85 28.73 27.36 25.50 24.27 24.21 24.21 22.20 19.53 19.44 18.18

Bowling Clubname Overs M Runs Wkts Shahrokh Navaee Totteridge Millhillians III 65.1 15 224 25 P Malhotra Boxmoor 102 35 307 31 A McElligott Hoddesdon II 158.2 42 409 38 K Martin Wheathampstead II 130.3 35 327 30 J Brown Clifton 90 7 275 25 R Hanna Wormley 103 25 253 22 H Zeb Bentley Heath 243 59 698 56 K Roberts Hertford III 106.1 27 343 27 Z Gitay Radlett III 183.5 48 489 38 R Stevenson Wormley 272.3 75 807 62 G Evans Shenley Village II 204.4 43 667 48 Himanshu Depala Old Finchleians II 167 49 498 35 M Pateman Flitwick II 116.4 27 371 26 P Dent Wormley 118 17 314 22 G Fisher Knebworth Park III 301 99 724 50 D Smith Kings Langley II 176 41 571 37

Ave. 8.96 9.90 10.76 10.90 11.00 11.50 12.46 12.70 12.87 13.02 13.90 14.23 14.27 14.27 14.48 15.43

D Tree I Khan J Savani G Duke K Savani A K Jackson P Freebrey S Radcliffe A Sturdy R Nandiraju R Bailey K Tirmizi M Hubbard K Raja D Thatcher S Ali S Gelber N Sheffield

Wheathampstead II Boxmoor Shenley Village II Hoddesdon II Old Finchleians II Old Finchleians II Hemel Hempstead III Hemel Hempstead III Hoddesdon II Northwood II Flitwick II Bentley Heath Bentley Heath St Margaretsbury II Redbourn II Old Haberdashers Old Haberdashers St Margaretsbury II

137.5 136 210.2 85.2 150.3 149.5 162 91.4 229.4 198.1 146.5 148.5 158 128.4 132.4 199.3 186 150.5

417 358 629 321 438 491 495 399 710 719 526 491 534 398 435 583 720 504

27 23 40 20 27 30 30 24 42 40 28 26 27 20 21 26 31 20

15.44 15.57 15.73 16.05 16.22 16.37 16.50 16.63 16.90 17.98 18.79 18.88 19.78 19.90 20.71 22.42 23.23 25.20

Batting G Bishton B Mason M W Smith J Al-Darraji M Martin V A G Stairmand M Tewkesbury T Mahmood P Frenay C Smith J Spencer S Banerjee I Brown K Mitra V Rathi T Weldhen H Jansari C Warne B Bonner P Tari

Clubname Inns NO Runs Letchworth Garden City III 9 3 373 Ickleford II 10 3 399 Hexton 18 5 696 Codicote 14 5 471 Reed II 16 3 665 Old Albanian II 12 4 404 Stevenage III 9 0 405 Southgate Adelaide II 15 0 623 Reed II 14 2 469 Abbots Langley II 16 3 500 Codicote 10 0 357 Botany Bay II 12 2 355 Stevenage III 16 1 521 Botany Bay II 12 1 362 Rickmansworth II 12 0 364 Botany Bay II 12 1 313 Waltham X Rosedale II 18 3 417 Radlett IV 16 1 396 Holtwhites Trinibis II 14 0 301 Letchworth Garden City III 14 0 301

HS 102 * 115 * 113 123 119 * 78 91 114 93 79 * 83 83 108 90 90 68 * 53 79 52 42

Ave. 62.17 57.00 53.54 52.33 51.15 50.50 45.00 41.53 39.08 38.46 35.70 35.50 34.73 32.91 30.33 28.45 27.80 26.40 21.50 21.50

Bowling I Brown N J M Smith P Hiskens Samad Parkar J AL-Darraji R Day Tahir Ishaq I Laidler M Robinson A Kelly C Richards Haroon Afridi P Tidey Z Shah P Shankster S Hunt L Marsden P Lucy S Cragwell S Crouch W Wright K Fisher T R Preest G Reed D Roche D Rhodes J Patel T Reis J Bonner

Clubname Overs Stevenage III 136.1 Hexton 143.5 Tewin 95.5 Luton Town & Indians III 120 Codicote 158.4 Ickleford II 222.5 Luton Town & Indians III 74 Hexton 86.4 Rickmansworth II 100 Reed II 116.4 Codicote 133 Luton Town & Indians III 102 Reed II 284.3 Rickmansworth II 129 Tewin 155.5 Botany Bay II 110.4 Ickleford II 87.3 Codicote 211.4 Holtwhites Trinibis II 187 Ickleford II 151.4 Botany Bay II 103.3 Stevenage III 175.5 Old Albanian II 147 Hexton 174 Abbots Langley II 145.1 Southgate Adelaide II 143.1 Waltham X Rosedale II 115 Holtwhites Trinibis II 129 Holtwhites Trinibis II 147

M Runs Wkts 29 365 41 35 437 48 25 237 23 32 323 31 41 431 41 68 491 45 10 263 24 7 233 21 14 315 26 18 379 31 25 466 37 21 282 22 91 758 58 28 343 26 40 493 36 16 427 29 15 295 20 60 549 37 41 528 35 22 573 36 16 379 23 29 673 40 30 423 25 35 515 30 31 428 24 27 455 24 10 453 22 27 441 21 29 510 21

Ave. 8.90 9.10 10.30 10.42 10.51 10.91 10.96 11.10 12.12 12.23 12.59 12.82 13.07 13.19 13.69 14.72 14.75 14.84 15.09 15.92 16.48 16.83 16.92 17.17 17.83 18.96 20.59 21.00 24.29

Division Seven

Division Eight

Batting J Lituri A Burt S Bateman Snr M Cara D Potter A Aziz Graeme Roe T Hussein

139

Clubname Northchurch II Northwood Town II Northchurch II Mill Hill Village Mill Hill Village North Enfield II Langleybury III Bushey II

24 36 51 7 30 28 36 8 45 36 28 27 27 21 24 48 31 18

Inns NO Runs HS Ave. 18 3 1005 170 67.00 12 2 569 120 * 56.90 16 5 582 96 52.91 13 5 421 74 52.63 15 2 679 88 52.23 14 4 475 94 47.50 10 3 316 77 * 45.14 13 4 402 100 * 44.67


A Williams D Lunney S Jones R Stevenson S Bexfield K Perera P Smith M Burson S Smith W Langton A Battersby J Rickett Sagheer Ahmed S Mekwan V Tanner A Rimaaz P Hubbard H Gajjar D Sanders W Anjum Steven Carter Josh Hook S Plum B Griffith R Waters

North Enfield II 17 Offley & Stopsley 15 Harpenden IV 14 County Hall II 13 Offley & Stopsley 17 Met Police Bushey II 15 Mill Hill Village 16 Sawbridgeworth III 11 Hemel Hempstead IV 16 County Hall II 15 Old Owens II 12 Sawbridgeworth III 11 Bushey II 17 Northwood Town II 12 Old Owens II 15 Old Owens II 17 Letchworth Garden City IV 13 Mill Hill Village 13 North Enfield II 16 Bushey II 12 Langleybury III 12 Offley & Stopsley 14 Northampton Exiles II 16 Hatfield Hyde II 15 Baldock 15

118 66 * 95 76 * 94 68 79 73 79 * 74 * 75 100 88 116 86 86 * 59 101 146 45 65 55 * 76 * 70 58

39.93 39.11 36.69 36.30 34.76 34.46 34.00 33.30 32.87 32.42 32.20 29.82 29.24 29.17 28.53 28.08 27.42 27.31 26.50 26.50 25.08 23.92 23.67 23.60 23.27

Bowling K Kelly A Jones G Patel M Brown K Samarakoon R Gogna H Khan C Chavhundura U Atta D Sanders S Wanchoo R Thiruchelvam M Cara W Anjum I Hibbeard S Carter S Jones D Buckhingham S Arya M Asif J Coningsby G Downes K Patel J Lituri O Johnson M Billings Y Patel D Patel B Dumpleton D Overton R Clarke C Hosier C Fidler D Reynolds A Goodliffe A Mahmood D Fraser S Denton A Sutton

Clubname Overs M Runs Wkts Langleybury III 156.5 38 384 41 Baldock 244.4 53 680 53 Northwood Town II 70.1 11 260 20 County Hall II 105 27 288 22 Hatfield Hyde II 249.4 68 620 46 Northampton Exiles II 116.1 25 424 31 Dunstable III 156.5 42 429 31 Hatfield Hyde II 149.4 34 534 37 Old Owens II 197.4 41 606 41 North Enfield II 227.1 41 731 48 Letchworth Garden City IV 243.5 75 628 41 Old Owens II 104.2 27 355 23 Mill Hill Village 106.2 22 377 24 Bushey II 85 15 335 21 County Hall II 133 35 401 25 Langleybury III 151.4 35 401 25 Harpenden IV 211.3 42 619 38 Met Police Bushey II 118.4 19 351 21 Bushey II 112 13 407 24 Mill Hill Village 162.1 36 530 31 North Enfield II 137 30 464 27 Mill Hill Village 109.1 16 346 20 Northwood Town II 180.4 30 561 32 Northchurch II 115 15 433 24 Northchurch II 234.5 42 763 42 Sawbridgeworth III 110.2 22 399 20 Northampton Exiles II 105 17 403 20 Offley & Stopsley 144.2 14 587 29 Hemel Hempstead IV 138 25 435 21 Mill Hill Village 185 25 705 34 Baldock 137.1 24 497 23 Northampton Exiles II 132 23 442 20 Northchurch II 149 25 509 23 Sawbridgeworth III 197.5 43 717 32 County Hall II 127 16 482 21 North Enfield II 155 21 578 24 Harpenden IV 122.2 12 511 21 Offley & Stopsley 184 49 514 20 Old Owens II 149.5 23 630 21

Ave. 9.37 12.83 13.00 13.09 13.48 13.68 13.84 14.43 14.78 15.23 15.32 15.43 15.71 15.95 16.04 16.04 16.29 16.71 16.96 17.10 17.19 17.30 17.53 18.04 18.17 19.95 20.15 20.24 20.71 20.74 21.61 22.10 22.13 22.41 22.95 24.08 24.33 25.70 30.00

Division Nine

Batting A Blaby M K Davis L Frey M Brown T Allum M Shore S Page A Arora R Kingshott H Andrew I Mali G Preedy D Spring J Blackburn

Clubname Little B. Sahibs Bayford & Hertford II Berkhamsted II Allenburys Little B. Sahibs Little B. Sahibs Hertford IV Greenwood Park Reed III Pirton Old Elizabethans II Berkhamsted II Hertford IV Bovingdon

3 6 1 3 0 2 5 1 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0

559 352 477 363 591 448 374 333 493 389 322 328 497 350 428 365 329 355 371 318 301 311 355 354 349

Inns NO Runs 11 4 608 15 3 880 15 6 608 15 6 430 12 2 452 15 0 666 9 2 308 16 1 636 11 3 328 12 3 367 14 2 462 12 2 364 15 2 435 10 0 315

HS 108 * 98 134 85 * 94 * 129 91 * 113 * 100 78 * 84 80 72 94

H Davies R Jones C Knight Marcus Baker L Stickland C Kerr T Laskowski

Hatch End Old Elizabethans II Allenburys Reed III Bovingdon Allenburys Pirton

13 14 14 16 14 16 15

Bowling A Woodward S Dight M Chalkley G Roberts C Harvey C Thompson D Lee C Kerr J Laskowski D Barnard P Singh M Samulak H Davies J Vadera B Lindsay J Guest C Starr J SMITH P Turlapati B Baney S Bowers

Clubname Overs Bovingdon 156 Berkhamsted II 200.1 Hertford IV 129.1 Bovingdon 142 Broxbourne 169.4 Hertford IV 121.2 Greenwood Park 118.3 Allenburys 74.2 Pirton 164.3 Allenburys 226.5 Hatfield & Crusaders III 135.2 Bayford & Hertford II 97 Hatch End 197.3 Hatch End 227.5 Rickmansworth III 101 Harpenden Dolphins 162.5 Hatfield & Crusaders III 115 Little B. Sahibs 177 Bayford & Hertford II 145.1 Leverstock Green III 174.2 Little B. Sahibs 195

Division Ten

Ave. 86.86 73.33 67.56 47.78 45.20 44.40 44.00 42.40 41.00 40.78 38.50 36.40 33.46 31.50

366 103 30.50 363 68 30.25 388 80 29.85 442 73 29.47 326 66 23.29 349 88 23.27 311 49 20.73

M Runs Wkts 44 260 33 85 407 45 36 341 30 38 432 34 42 454 34 32 349 25 24 393 28 4 288 20 46 486 33 45 686 46 42 362 24 6 398 26 43 593 38 65 625 40 24 348 22 32 553 33 30 356 21 40 611 34 25 517 26 39 572 28 47 533 26

Batting R Ballard K Hayer S Naeem C Whitworth M Scott S Warrington R Kemp D Albon S Iranganti M Guest D Day L Pybus J Massey J Willis D Camm K Parkins R Sullivan C Gavala

Clubname Inns NO Runs Boxmoor II 15 4 590 Abbots Langley III 8 1 313 Kings Langley III 10 2 331 Stevenage IV 16 3 522 Sandridge II 16 3 513 Datchworth II 14 3 390 Datchworth II 14 3 364 Frogmore 16 4 389 Stevenage IV 14 3 331 Hitchin III 14 0 421 Welwyn Garden City IV 13 2 327 Datchworth II 15 3 348 Frogmore 16 2 368 Hitchin III 15 0 394 Sandridge II 16 0 389 Abbots Langley III 15 2 316 Stevenage IV 15 1 330 Stevenage IV 16 3 304

Bowling G Sambidge N J Saunders J McGill M Bailey D Percy T Harley M Budd R Dolan D J Searle C Silva J Bloom S iranganti A Hills Kirit Siyodia R Stewart D Camm P Reeve G Perrin J Caulfield B Hankin C Williams T Price Gagan Kashyap M Wells

Clubname Overs Kings Langley III 90 North Mymms III 152.1 Welwyn Garden City IV 91.3 Datchworth II 197.1 Kings Langley III 118 Hertingfordbury II 77.5 Datchworth II 91.2 Welwyn Garden City IV 110.1 North Mymms III 250.1 Northwood III 124.3 Frogmore 119.2 Stevenage IV 244.3 Boxmoor II 72.1 Luton Town & Indians IV 109 Boxmoor II 129.1 Sandridge II 193 Northwood III 131.5 Sandridge II 195 North Mymms III 111 Hitchin III 109.4 Waltham X Rosedale III 180.2 Sandridge II 117.3 Luton Town & Indians IV 153 Welwyn Garden City IV 94.4

Division Eleven

Batting A Webb R Millard U Agarwal

140

1 2 1 1 0 1 0

Clubname Potton Town II Radlett V Cockfosters IV

Ave. 7.88 9.04 11.37 12.71 13.35 13.96 14.04 14.40 14.73 14.91 15.08 15.31 15.61 15.63 15.82 16.76 16.95 17.97 19.88 20.43 20.50

HS 101 * 120 78 87 * 112 101 * 101 * 106 * 74 * 61 54 100 * 114 * 71 54 49 * 67 * 56 *

Ave. 53.64 44.71 41.38 40.15 39.46 35.45 33.09 32.42 30.09 30.07 29.73 29.00 26.29 26.27 24.31 24.31 23.57 23.38

M Runs Wkts 18 234 30 35 332 41 29 191 22 67 375 36 38 317 29 19 252 22 21 236 20 21 297 24 66 677 53 35 341 26 30 349 26 62 672 50 13 279 20 22 338 23 41 399 27 33 504 33 34 370 24 35 698 44 22 349 21 22 399 24 34 612 36 25 463 24 28 496 25 14 398 20

Ave. 7.80 8.10 8.68 10.42 10.93 11.45 11.80 12.38 12.77 13.12 13.42 13.44 13.95 14.70 14.78 15.27 15.42 15.86 16.62 16.63 17.00 19.29 19.84 19.90

Inns NO Runs HS Ave. 12 5 428 104 * 61.14 9 3 341 84 * 56.83 12 3 498 99 55.33


M Bailey M Bailey L Crocker I Malkani T Knifton T Knifton S Rashid Z Basit M Howard R McMenemy B Childs K Walker J Borkhatria David Bly J Gillham I Cooper S Khan I Pitkin A Ross S Nicklin P Jenkins A Lewis B Howlett G Lee T Carr M Anson D Wright R Footer C Stanley C Jupp A Haritash S Linsell A Payton C Manly N Asif A Digby S Whyman

St Margaretsbury III St Margaretsbury III Mill Hill Village II Flitwick III St Margaretsbury III St Margaretsbury III Flitwick III Mill Hill Village II Ickleford III Botany Bay III Knebworth Park V Southgate Compton II Shenley Village III Ware II Letchworth Garden City V Preston III Cockfosters IV Flitwick III Ickleford III Flitwick III Mill Hill Village II Shenley Village III Potton Town II Mill Hill Village II Preston III St Margaretsbury III Preston III Flitwick III Shenley Village III Ickleford III Holtwhites Trinibis III Botany Bay III Southgate Compton II Botany Bay III Mill Hill Village II Hatfield & Crusaders IV St Margaretsbury III

Bowling J Jarvis J Bigley G Burton S Khan M Frankland J Evans M Hanrahan K Wood J Edwins K Butt R Swanton D Chouhan N Asif D Allen A Frame B Childs R McMenemy J Smith G Robinson T Brewer D Raval D Brandon

Clubname Overs Botany Bay III 149 Hatfield & Crusaders IV 112.1 Mill Hill Village II 137.4 Cockfosters IV 162.5 Ickleford III 93.1 Hatfield & Crusaders IV 102.1 Cockfosters IV 111.3 Shenley Village III 215.1 Flitwick III 126.2 Holtwhites Trinibis III 136 Botany Bay III 92.1 Cockfosters IV 105.1 Mill Hill Village II 138 Preston III 233.1 Southgate Compton II 122 Knebworth Park V 153.3 Botany Bay III 116.5 Shenley Village III 155 Holtwhites Trinibis III 147 Flitwick III 121.1 Mill Hill Village II 122.5 Southgate Compton II 145.2

Division Twelve

Batting D Saunders P Jaffe S Hussain Evan King K West M Benfield CLG Wright M Bird D Tagg P J Dudley P Maguire E Gunning S E Wakeling A Machon J Northall L Thompson I Welch J Sleeman G Wright T Linfoot

Clubname Preston IV Mill Hill Village III Bentley Heath II Langleybury IV Met Police Bushey III Redbourn III Hemel Hempstead V Bentley Heath II Bentley Heath II Berkhamsted III Stevenage V Langleybury IV Old Albanian III Berkhamsted III Stevenage V Cheshunt II Stevenage V Bushey III Hemel Hempstead V Hemel Hempstead V

11 11 13 13 9 9 12 12 14 10 12 11 15 10 9 9 10 12 9 16 8 15 8 10 11 8 16 11 9 16 11 10 12 14 13 14 11

1 1 1 5 2 2 3 4 2 3 3 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 1 0 1 2 1 2 2 0 3 1 1 3 0 1 1 1 0 3 1

487 487 548 300 261 261 333 296 438 255 326 362 501 280 243 230 227 290 256 504 219 401 210 225 242 213 335 254 203 329 275 215 262 299 283 235 212

100 100 111 53 87 * 87 * 93 * 46 93 66 102 88 84 100 * 108 * 99 * 62 76 * 61 78 57 92 * 54 * 83 54 * 62 62 * 72 * 58 57 66 76 * 68 * 61 63 37 47

48.70 48.70 45.67 37.50 37.29 37.29 37.00 37.00 36.50 36.43 36.22 36.20 35.79 35.00 34.71 32.86 32.43 32.22 32.00 31.50 31.29 30.85 30.00 28.13 26.89 26.63 25.77 25.40 25.38 25.31 25.00 23.89 23.82 23.00 21.77 21.36 21.20

M Runs Wkts 53 286 41 23 316 33 25 410 41 47 385 38 25 272 26 25 210 20 26 257 24 51 583 52 35 323 26 34 409 31 22 294 22 26 308 23 39 350 26 60 614 42 26 388 26 26 510 34 22 373 24 34 541 30 27 405 22 12 437 23 18 444 23 26 510 23

Ave. 6.98 9.58 10.00 10.13 10.46 10.50 10.71 11.21 12.42 13.19 13.36 13.39 13.46 14.62 14.92 15.00 15.54 18.03 18.41 19.00 19.30 22.17

Bowling Z Khan C Ince A Desai J Morris N Khan E Gunning A Pritchard S Anantharaman I Bailey S England I Campbell TCS Radcliffe J Mohmand C Newell I Hamilton A Bhatia S Avers

Clubname Watford Town III Bushey III Bentley Heath II Southgate Adelaide III Bushey III Langleybury IV Redbourn III Bushey III Broxbourne Cheshunt II Berkhamsted III Hemel Hempstead V Watford Town III Preston IV Preston IV Mill Hill Village III Broxbourne

Overs 195 81.4 101.3 251 120.5 105.3 114.2 130 116.4 129.4 134.5 122.1 150 119 112.3 137 136.4

M Runs Wkts 27 447 53 10 208 24 28 243 26 66 618 60 19 313 29 31 246 21 19 375 31 25 388 31 29 308 24 23 423 32 24 442 32 27 364 24 15 414 27 26 345 22 28 355 22 28 423 24 26 400 20

Division Thirteen

Batting Clubname Inns NO Runs J Pritchard Redbourn IV 12 3 860 S Wlliamson Boxmoor III 9 2 320 C Winter Waltham X Rosedale IV 10 2 342 R S A Willoughby Reed IV 12 2 400 A Hunter Old Owens III 14 4 396 H Peterkin Welwyn Garden City V 6 0 232 P Blackwell Rickmansworth V 11 1 373 R Hodgson Wheathampstead III 12 1 405 I Porter Wheathampstead III 8 2 220 Reza Khan Abbots Langley IV 13 2 397 F Ridout Old Elizabethans III 10 1 324 J Lawrance Hertford V 10 0 359 D Rist Baldock 12 4 270 P Garrott Reed IV 12 1 355 S Wilson Leverstock Green IV 8 1 218 G Hylton Old Elizabethans III 8 1 206 S Godfrey Old Elizabethans III 10 2 228 D Webb Boxmoor III 9 1 215 C Dowty Old Owens III 13 2 294 K Hammond Boxmoor III 11 2 240 S Khetia Northwood Town III 14 2 298 T Smith Old Elizabethans III 15 0 370 R Watts Baldock 14 2 293 K Patel Northwood Town III 10 1 217 P Gentle Baldock 16 1 352 S Hatfield Chorleywood IV 10 1 210 R Lawson Baldock 10 0 233 P Pattni Abbots Langley IV 10 1 201 T Fernando Hatfield Hyde III 12 1 232 N Harper Boxmoor III 11 0 225 G Bell Abbots Langley IV 13 1 244 G Atkinson Datchworth III 13 0 236 D Bartlett Datchworth III 13 0 222 Bowling Clubname Overs S Williamson Boxmoor III 71 F Raz Old Elizabethans III 111 S Moss Old Elizabethans III 89.5 R Morton Welwyn Garden City V 94.3 R Mcgreevy Waltham X Rosedale IV 73.3 S Morris Old Owens III 106.2 T Spenceley Old Elizabethans III 91 P Tily Baldock 88 D Cardy Leverstock Green IV 71.3 C Dilks Wheathampstead III 204.2 B Russell Abbots Langley IV 211.2 M Vadgama Northwood Town III 147 J Down Boxmoor III 133.5 M Parmar Northwood Town III 155.1 C Roseman Shenley Village IV 78.4 R S A Willoughby Reed IV 102.2 G Playle Wheathampstead III 198

Inns NO Runs HS Ave. 14 3 723 102 * 65.73 8 1 355 81 50.71 10 3 350 102 50.00 7 1 273 96 45.50 7 0 253 81 36.14 6 0 215 80 35.83 14 2 423 78 35.25 10 2 282 90 35.25 14 3 375 76 34.09 15 3 393 74 32.75 9 0 281 71 31.22 8 1 204 78 * 29.14 15 2 344 93 26.46 16 1 391 49 26.07 10 1 232 52 25.78 14 3 259 71 * 23.55 10 0 229 65 22.90 14 1 293 104 * 22.54 13 3 211 94 * 21.10 13 0 256 58 19.69

Division Fourteen

141

Batting W Smith I Lawless

Clubname Kings Langley IV Botany Bay IV

Bowling K Noman T Thompson R Salt

Clubname Botany Bay IV Kings Langley IV Frogmore II

HS 163 78 * 129 * 94 103 * 110 90 93 62 * 116 * 102 * 68 62 97 * 101 * 134 * 87 61 60 78 * 50 69 56 * 56 * 68 57 50 79 * 83 * 55 56 64 49

Ave. 95.56 45.71 42.75 40.00 39.60 38.67 37.30 36.82 36.67 36.09 36.00 35.90 33.75 32.27 31.14 29.43 28.50 26.88 26.73 26.67 24.83 24.67 24.42 24.11 23.47 23.33 23.30 22.33 21.09 20.45 20.33 18.15 17.08

M Runs Wkts 13 212 25 28 262 30 33 179 20 26 256 25 15 206 20 22 293 27 22 239 21 13 243 20 9 276 21 51 562 40 51 626 44 26 399 28 31 377 26 32 458 30 5 330 21 6 439 22 40 657 32

Ave. 8.48 8.73 8.95 10.24 10.30 10.85 11.38 12.15 13.14 14.05 14.23 14.25 14.50 15.27 15.71 19.95 20.53

Inns NO Runs 7 1 222 7 0 205 Overs 72 66 84

Ave. 8.43 8.67 9.35 10.30 10.79 11.71 12.10 12.52 12.83 13.22 13.81 15.17 15.33 15.68 16.14 17.63 20.00

HS Ave. 62 37.00 51 29.29

M Runs Wkts 17 148 19 10 170 20 21 188 20

Ave. 7.79 8.50 9.40


Best Batting & Bowling Performances 1994-2013 (All Divisions)

Most Runs In A Season Runs Player 1453 A. Christian 1181 R. J. Nicol 1137 A. Christian 1073 S. Stevens 1063 S. March 1060 L. Thomson-Mathews 1042 A. Christian 1022 D. D. Ebrahim 1014 J. R. Turner 1005 J. Lituri 1004 B. Lydeamore 1004 L. J. Vivian 980 P. McGiffin 976 P. Hewitt 971 C. A. Chellew 964 S. G. Bulger 960 C. Boyd

Team Old Haberdashers Hitchin Old Haberdashers Potton Town) Wormley Northchurch Old Haberdashers Shenley Village Knebworth Park II Northchurch II) Southgate Compton Chorleywood Northchurch Holtwhites Trinibis Abbots Langley North Mymms IV Knebworth Park

Highest Individual Scores Score Player 208* J. A. Freedman 207 B. Pilay 203* G. Flint 203* J. Heslam 201* G. Hamid 201* A. Christian 201* R. J. Nicol 201* N. Shah 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 Old Haberdashers v. Hertingfordbury Hitchin v. Knebworth Park Mill Hill Village v. Little B. Sahibs Ickleford v Old Cholmeleians Knebworth Park II v. Northwood

Most Wickets In A Season Wickets Player 81 D. P. Duggan 79 M. R. Sazenis 78 T. A. Savanhu 77 C. F. Hopper 77 D. McMillan 76 M. Waters 75 I. R. Brown 74 T. Head 72 B. Klosterman 72 W. Roberts 69 B. Klosterman 69 A. P. T. Wilkinson

Team North Mymms Chipperfield Wormley II Sawbridgeworth Clarendon Preston Stevenage II Northchurch II Leverstock Green Shenley Village Leverstock Green Flamstead

Best Bowling Performances Figures Player 10-18 J. Griffin 10-20 J. Timothy 10-26 M. G. Bruce 10-27 P. Tidey 10-30 R. Davenport 10-31 J. McNally 10-38 C. Low 10-38 K. Jayanathan 10-42 R. Garrett 10-43 P. J. O’Reilly 10-46 R. Masters 10-49 S. Clarke 10-50 B. Klosterman 10-51 D. Milesi 10-56 M. Evans

Match Berkhamsted v Hoddesdon II Bentley Heath v Langleybury III Old Albanian v Chorleywood Reed II v Radlett III Old Cholmeleians v Northchurch Ware v. Old Cholmeleians Old Millhillians II v. Northampton Exiles II Stevenage IV v. Hatfield Crusaders III Harpenden II v. St Margaretsbury II Langleybury v Knebworth Park Southgate Compton v. Elstree Met Police (Bushey) II v. Sawbridgeworth IV Leverstock Green II v. Datchworth Broxbourne III v. Monken Hadley Radlett IV v. Letchworth III

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Division Five One Five Four Three Two Four Two Three Eight Six Two Two Five Three Eleven Two

Season 2009 2009 2010 2013 2004 2013 2006 2011 2004 2013 2001 2008 2004 2006 2009 2008 2004

Division Two Six Two Two Five Five One Nine Three (1st XI) Two

Date 25/08/2001 23/05/1998 02/06/2001 05/08/2006 03/07/1999 08/09/2007 11/07/2009 09/07/2011 10/05/1997 09/08/2003

Division One Four Eight One Four Two Four Nine Two Three One (1st XI) Ten

Season 2003 2006 2001 2002 2008 2005 2003 2003 2004 2009 1999 2003

Division One Nine One (1st XI) Six Three (1st XI) Five Two (2nd XI) Twelve Five Premier (1st XI) Three (2nd XI) Eleven Five Nine Six

Date 16/09/2000 26/07/2008 15/05/1999 23/06/2012 15/05/1999 06/08/2011 26/08/1995 10/07/2010 26/08/2000 25/07/1998 31/05/1997 22/07/2006 03/09/2011 09/05/2009 09/08/2003


Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Principal Records 2000-2013 Premier Division Most Runs In A Season 811 768 669 642 585 583 577 571 566 564

F. Herbst (Hoddesdon) M. D. Saxby (North Mymms) C. N. Cavener (Hertford) S. J. Lowe (Langleybury) S. Adelaine (Hoddesdon) R. Austin (Stevenage) R. M. Carter (Hertford) W. Dugmore (Hoddesdon) P. J. Caley (St. Albans) M. E. Smith (West Herts)

2000 2000 2001 2000 2000 2000 2001 2001 2000 2000

545 543 539 538 528 528 525 520 513 503

N.D. Hughes (Hoddesdon) S. Adelaine (Hoddesdon) N. J. Ilott (Langleybury) J. G. J. Selby (Bishop’s Stortford) M. A. Foster (West Herts) S. March (Hoddesdon) S. March (Hoddesdon) D. S. Whittingham (Bishop’s Stortford) M. Barham (Letchworth) S. D. Fan (West Herts)

Highest Individual Scores 150 134 127 126* 119 118 116 115 114 113* 111* 111 109 108* 108 107* 107 106

C. E. Sketchley W. Dugmore M. D. Dale S. Adelaine F. Herbst R. M. Carter S. March A. Khan S. J. Lowe P. A. P. Driver P. J. Caley S. Adelaine S. Adelaine S. Adelaine B. J. Debenham C. N. Cavener M. D. Dale F. Herbst

Watford v. Hertford (Balls Park) Hoddesdon v. Hertford (Lowfield) Hemel Hempstead v. Welwyn Garden City (Digswell Park) Hoddesdon v. Hertford (Balls Park) Hoddesdon v. North Mymms (Lowfield) Hertford v. St. Albans (Balls Park) Hoddesdon v. Cockfosters (Chalk Lane) Langleybury v. Cockfosters (Hunton Bridge) Langleybury v. Hemel Hempstead (Heath Park) Welwyn Garden City v. Langleybury (Hunton Bridge) St. Albans v. Hemel Hempstead (Clarence Park) Hoddesdon v. Langleybury (Lowfield) Hoddesdon v. North Mymms (Lowfield) Hoddesdon v. Watford (Woodside) Bishop’s Stortford v. Stevenage (Ditchmore Lane) Hertford v. Bishop’s Stortford (Balls Park) Hemel Hempstead v. West Herts (Heath Park) Hoddesdon v. Langleybury (Lowfield)

Most Wickets In A Season 64 64 49 47 44 44 44

M. Hussain (Stevenage) A. Newland (Letchworth) M. D. Saxby (North Mymms) D. S. Whittingham (Bishop’s Stortford) D. P. Duggan (North Mymms) J. G. J. Selby (Bishop’s Stortford) B. J. Frazer (Hertford)

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 6- 7

A.R. Garofall M. Hussain M. V. Brown D. S. Whittingham I. R. Brown R. L. Channer M. J. Woosley A. Newland B. J. Frazer R. Kingshott R. J. Cordingley J. P.W. Ryan K. J. Walls

R. S. Jerome (Langleybury) C. N. Spinks (Langleybury) D. M. Smith (Stevenage) S. R. Easterbrook (West Herts) M. V. Brown (Hoddesdon) I. R. Brown (Stevenage) D. Carlisle (Watford)

St. Albans v. Stevenage (Ditchmore Lane) Stevenage v. North Mymms (Home Farm) Hoddesdon v. Watford (Woodside) Bishop’s Stortford v. West Herts (Cricketfield Lane) Stevenage v. Watford (Woodside) Langleybury v. Hemel Hempstead (Hunton Bridge) West Herts v. Cockfosters (Chalk Lane) Letchworth v. Hemel Hempstead (Whitethorn Lane) Hertford v. Hoddesdon (Lowfield) Letchworth v. Hemel Hempstead (Heath Park) Hertford v. North Mymms (Balls Park) Hertford v. Letchworth (Balls Park) Hoddesdon v. Langleybury (Hunton Bridge)

2000 2001 2001 2001 2000 2001 2000 2000 2000 2000

29/7/2000 12/5/2001 12/5/2001 22/7/2000 24/6/2000 23/6/2001 16/9/2000 3/6/2000 6/5/2000 30/6/2001 19/8/2000 28/7/2001 24/6/2000 23/6/2001 5/8/2000 30/6/2001 10/6/2000 28/8/2000 2001 2000 2000 2000 2000 2001 2000 13/5/2000 6/5/2000 20/5/2000 22/7/2000 28/8/2000 11/8/2001 29/7/2000 24/6/2000 12/5/2001 2/9/2000 28/8/2000 12/8/2000 9/6/2001

The Premier Division ceased to exist in October 2001 when the top-flight clubs voted to play under the full auspices of the Home Counties Premier Cricket League, forming Division Two (East) of that competition. All records from 2002 onwards count under that competition only.

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Division One

Most Runs In A Season 1181 905 895 868 865 851 851 844 829 823

R J Nicol (Hitchin) D Livermore (St Margaretsbury) R I Coutts (Hoddesdon) M. R. Lewis (Bishop’s Stortford) D. J. M. Mercer (Dunstable) Shahzad Malik (Langleybury) Chetan Depala Junior (Old Finchleians) B. S. Wilson (St Margaretsbury) D. M. Hull (Sawbridgeworth) J R Turner (Knebworth Park)

Highest Individual Scores

201* 171 166 160* 160 159* 153* 146* 146* 146 146 144 143* 142 142 141* 140 139* 137 136* 136* 136* 136* 136* 135 134* 133* 133* 133 132 132* 132* 131* 131 131 131 130 130 129* 128 127 127 127 126* 125 125 125 125 125 124* 124* 124 123* 123* 123 122* 122* 122 122

R. J. Nicol R. J. Nicol Shahzad Malik A. Bashir Iroshan de Silva M. Barham D. Goodwin A. R. J. Barnard R. I. Coutts G. S. Hayward B. M. O’Shea N. J. C. Gandon Shahzad Malik L. J. Vivian C. Dew J. Hilliard R. Walters D. G. Dawson J. R. Turner C. A. Sanders Zeeshan Butt D. G. Dawson R. J. Nicol C. Depala Junior Zeeshan Butt Yasir Arafat D. J. M. Mercer B. S. Wilson J. Barr J.Heslam J. R. Turner S O'Brien R. Mohamed J. Moffatt Yasir Arafat R. I. Coutts M. Brookes R. M. Carter T. Morton S. O'Brien M. Howeson N. J. Fielden G Mokoena I. J. F. Hutchinson S. R. W. Gale N. Brady B. M. O’Shea P. J. Caley J. Lewis A. G. Norman D. J. G. Sammy C Ferguson D. Salvi B Lewin A. Ranade D. W. Elder D. G. Dawson J. Lewis M. Herring

2009 2008 2009 2003 2003 2007 2013 2006 2003 2008

815 809 805 804 795 795 781 769 764 761

R I Coutts (Hoddesdon) J R Turner (Knebworth Park) S Murdoch (Totteridge Millhillians) J. R. Page (Luton Town & Indians) M. Barham (Letchworth) Zeeshan Butt (St. Albans) D. G. Dawson (Millhillians) S Gale (Hertford) D. M. Robinson (Radlett II) Iroshan de Silva (Harpenden)

Hitchin v Knebworth Park (Lucas Lane) Hitchin v Leverstock Green (Lucas Lane) Langleybury v. Hitchin (Lucas Lane) Luton Town & Indians v Reed (Blacksmith Lane) 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) Hoddesdon v Knebworth Park (Old Knebworth Lane) Sawbridgeworth v. Hitchin (Town Fields) St Margaretsbury v. Hoddesdon (St Margaretsbury Recreation Ground) Hoddesdon v Berkhamsted (Lowfield) Langleybury v Hoddesdon (Lowfield) Chorleywood v. North Mymms (The Common) Hertford v Langleybury (Hunton Bridge) Letchworth v. St Albans (Whitethorn Lane) Hoddesdon v Old Finchleians (Lowfield) Millhillians v. Berkhamsted (Headstone Lane) Knebworth Park v Hoddesdon (Lowfield) Abbots Langley v. North Mymms (Home Farm) St Albans v. Letchworth (Clarence Park) Millhillians v. Hitchin (Lucas Lane) Hitchin v Leverstock Green (Bedmond Road) Old Finchleians v St Albans (Clarence Park) St Albans v. Harpenden (Harpenden Common) St Albans v. Knebworth Park (Clarence Park) Dunstable v. Sawbridgeworth (Town Fields) St Margaretsbury v. Harpenden (Harpenden Common) Radlett II v St Margaretsbury (Cobden Hill) Reed v Luton Town & Indians (Blacksmith Lane) Knebworth Park v Hitchin (Lucas Lane) Totteridge Millhillians v Luton Town & Indians (Totteridge Green) Abbots Langley v. Hertford (Manor House Ground) Hitchin v. Dunstable (Lucas Lane) St Albans v. Hoddesdon (Lowfield) Hoddesdon v Hertford (Lowfield) Harpenden v. Dunstable (Harpenden Common) Hertford v. Dunstable (Balls Park) Hoddesdon v. Dunstable (Lowfield) Totteridge Millhillians v Ampthill Town (Ampthill Park) St Albans v. Dunstable (Clarence Park) Radlett II v St Margaretsbury (St Margaretsbury Rec Ground) Radlett II v Berkhamsted (Kitchener's Field) Millhillians v. Welwyn Garden City (Headstone Lane) Hertford v Totteridge Millhillians (Balls Park) Northwood v. Langleybury (Hunton Bridge) St Margaretsbury v. Hitchin (Lucas Lane) St Albans v. Letchworth (Whitethorn Lane) Hitchin v Totteridge Millhillians (Totteridge Green) Potters Bar v. Cockfosters (The Walk) Millhillians v. Dunstable (Lancot Park) Flitwick v Ampthill Town (Ampthill Park) Luton Town & Indians v. Letchworth (Whitethorn Lane) Ampthill Town v Radlett II (Ampthill Park) Hitchin v. Sawbridgeworth (Town Fields) North Mymms v. Luton Town & Indians (Home Farm) Millhillians v. St Margaretsbury (St Margaretsbury Rec Ground) Hitchin v. St Margaretsbury (Lucas Lane) Berkhamsted v Leverstock Green (Bedmond Road) 144

2008 2009 2010 2003 2004 2006 2013 2006 2003 2006 11/07/2009 20/06/2009 26/05/2007 13/07/2013 29/07/2006 19/06/2004 23/06/2001 31/05/2003 05/09/2009 05/08/2000 04/08/2007 20/06/2009 11/07/2009 18/08/2001 08/05/2010 19/05/2007 12/06/2010 13/05/2006 04/07/2009 12/07/2003 17/06/2006 12/08/2006 22/08/2009 13/07/2013 01/07/2006 26/07/2008 01/09/2001 03/06/2006 17/07/2010 13/07/2013 11/07/2009 27/07/2013 07/08/2004 31/08/2003 10/05/2008 05/06/2010 31/08/2003 15/05/2004 14/05/2005 11/08/2012 06/08/2005 15/05/2010 21/05/2011 12/08/2000 11/05/2013 01/07/2006 11/08/2007 06/09/2008 06/06/2009 11/08/2001 20/08/2005 11/06/2011 14/08/2004 30/07/2011 07/07/2001 30/08/2003 02/09/2006 06/09/2008 11/07/2009


Most Wickets In A Season 81 77 67 67 65 57 54 54 53 52

D. P. Duggan (North Mymms) C. F. Hopper (Sawbridgeworth) C. F. Hopper (Sawbridgeworth) A. M. Blincoe (Millhillians) D P Moore (Hitchin) D. P. Moore (Hitchin) A. K. Webster (Millhillians) D. P. Duggan (North Mymms) A. Ranade (Hitchin) D P Moore (Hitchin)

Best Bowling Performances

9-15 9-21 9-28 9-49 8-8 8-19 8-23 8-24 8-30 8-32 8-36 8-37 8-38 8-41 8-43 8-43 8-49 8-53 8-56 8-57 8-62 8-64 8-65 8-65 8-72 8-79 8-81 8-95 8-22 8-29 7-9 7-17 7-18 7-20 7-23 7-23 7-23 7-26 7-27 7-29 7-30 7-30 7-32 7-33 7-33 7-33 7-34 7-34 7-34 7-34 7-34 7-35 7-36 7-36 7-36 7-37 7-37 7-38 7-39 7-40 7-41

2003 2002 2003 2006 2008 2004 2002 2002 2001 2009

51 51 51 51 51 51 50 49 49 49

L. R. Dry (Chorleywood) D. P. Moore (Hitchin) G. Fisher (Knebworth Park) C. Brook (Knebworth Park) R. S. Jerome (Letchworth) D Watson (Chorleywood) S. M. Coleman (Hoddesdon) D. P. Moore (Hitchin) P M Such (Totteridge Millhillians) R Evans (Chorleywood)

B. Klosterman Leverstock Green v Dunstable (Bedmond Road) G. Turner Knebworth Park v. North Mymms (Home Farm) C. Brook Knebworth Park v. Totteridge Millhillians (Totteridge Green) P. J. Caley St. Albans v. Letchworth (Whitethorn Lane) C. F. Hopper Sawbridgeworth v. Watford (Town Fields) J. Kerley Harpenden v. Letchworth (Harpenden Common) S. J. Watts Dunstable v. Knebworth Park (Lancot Park) D. P. Duggan North Mymms v. Langleybury (Home Farm) A. K. Webster Millhillians v. Cockfosters (Headstone Lane) L. R. Dry Chorleywood v. Radlett II (The Common) C. F. Hopper Sawbridgeworth v. North Mymms (Town Fields) O. Janaway Berkhamsted v. St Albans (Kitchener’s Field) J Lewis Radlett II v Hitchin (Lucas Lane) D. Marsh Letchworth v. Hitchin (Lucas Lane) D. P. Duggan North Mymms v. Hitchin (Home Farm) D. P. Moore Hitchin v. Chorleywood (The Common) C. Brook Knebworth Park v. Sawbridgeworth (Old Knebworth Lane) C. Brook Knebworth Park v. Reed (Old Knebworth Lane) A. M. Blincoe Millhillians v. St. Margaretsbury (Headstone Lane) M. Watson Chorleywood v Berkhamsted (The Common) T. Haydon Cockfosters v. Sawbridgeworth (Town Fields) B. K. Canagasabey Knebworth Park v. Letchworth (Old Knebworth Lane) S. Roberts Letchworth v. Chorleywood (Whitethorn Lane) M. Irshard Luton Town & Indians v Hitchin (Lucas Lane) R Evans Chorleywood v Leverstock Green (Bedmond Road) D. P. Moore Hitchin v Berkhamsted (Kitchener's Field) D. P. Moore Hitchin v. Harpenden (The Common) R. Noach Northwood v. Berkhamsted (Kitchener’s Field) O. Jones Hitchin v Totteridge Millhillians (Totteridge Green) A. Rajendran St Albans v Old Finchleians (Woodside Park) A. K. Webster Millhillians v. Knebworth Park (Headstone Lane) D. P. Moore Hitchin v Chorleywood (The Common) A. Khan Dunstable v. Letchworth (Whitethorn Lane) S. M. O'Brien Totteridge Millhillians v Flitwick (The Vale) G. Jones Millhillians v. Radlett II (Headstone Lane) S. Franke-Matthecka Letchworth v. Berkhamsted (Whitethorn Lane) R L Channer Langleybury v Chorleywood (Hunton Bridge) S. Rennison Dunstable v. Leverstock Green (Bedmond Road) C. F. Hopper Sawbridgeworth v. Radlett II (Town Fields) N. Parsooth Luton Town & Indians v. Letchworth (Wardown Park) A. M. Blincoe Totteridge Millhillians v. St Margaretsbury (Totteridge Green) Majid Khan Leverstock Green v Totteridge Millhillians (Totteridge Green) A. Bray Northwood v. Berkhamsted (Kitchener’s Field) D. P. Moore Hitchin v. Harpenden (Lucas Lane) R. Harcombe Hoddesdon v Leverstock Green (Lowfield) R. Joseph Flitwick v Hertford (The Vale) G. Fisher Knebworth Park v. Letchworth (Whitethorn Lane) D. P. Duggan North Mymms v. Cockfosters (Chalk Lane) C. F. Hopper Sawbridgeworth v. Letchworth (Whitethorn Lane) A.R. Foster Sawbridgeworth v. Knebworth Park (Old Knebworth Lane) Iroshan De Silva Harpenden v. Hitchin (Lucas Lane) J. Donnelly Letchworth v. Dunstable (Whitethorn Lane) D. P. Moore Hitchin v. Dunstable (Lucas Lane) T. L. Hemingway Knebworth Park v Totteridge Millhillians (Old Knebworth Lane) M. Irshard Luton Town & Indians v Hertford (Wardown Park) A.K. Webster Millhillians v. Cockfosters (Chalk Lane) P. Hobbs Abbots Langley v. Bishop’s Stortford (Manor House Ground) J. Godden Langleybury v Hitchin (Lucas Lane) I. Iqbal Leverstock Green v St Margaretsbury (Bedmond Road) C. F. Hopper Sawbridgeworth v. Abbots Langley (Manor House Ground) D. P. Moore Hitchin v. Harpenden (Lucas Lane) 145

2000 2002 2003 2003 2006 2011 2007 2005 2009 2012 08/08/2009 11/08/2001 05/07/2008 02/07/2005 22/06/2002 22/06/2002 28/07/2007 24/05/2003 01/09/2001 08/07/2000 25/05/2002 21/06/2008 18/06/2011 02/08/2008 25/08/2001 14/05/2005 26/05/2001 19/07/2008 01/07/2006 04/07/2009 25/08/2001 24/07/2004 27/08/2005 07/09/2013 04/06/2011 29/08/2009 25/05/2002 12/08/2006 21/07/2012 19/05/2012 11/05/2002 13/06/2009 23/06/2001 03/08/2013 03/06/2000 17/05/2008 30/07/2011 22/05/2004 17/05/2003 12/06/2004 19/07/2008 23/07/2011 12/08/2006 03/09/2005 15/08/2009 08/06/2013 19/05/2001 02/06/2001 29/06/2002 30/08/2003 02/07/2005 25/08/2007 19/05/2007 13/06/2009 03/08/2013 30/06/2001 30/08/2003 31/08/2013 16/05/2009 05/07/2003 26/05/2003


Division Two

Most Runs In A Season 1022 1060 1004 980 960 901 882 875 839 834

D D Ebrahim (Shenley Village) L Thomson-Mathews (Northchurch) L J Vivian (Chorleywood) P. McGiffin (Northchurch) C. Boyd (Knebworth Park II) J Heslam (Reed) C. Watson (Knebworth Park) H Cooray (Luton Town & Indians) J Heslam (Reed) G. Flint (Hoddesdon II)

Highest Individual Scores

208* 203* 203* 200 191* 179 176* 175 173 168* 167* 164 154 152* 150* 150 149* 149* 147 146* 146* 146 143* 143* 142 138* 138 137 136* 136 135 134* 133 133 132* 131* 131* 130* 130 130 129* 129* 129* 129 128* 128 127* 127* 127* 127* 127 127 126* 125* 125* 125* 125

2011 2013 2008 2004 2005 2009 2000 2009 2012 2001

817 798 785 785 780 776 775 754 753 747

J Heslam (Reed) D O'Leary (Cockfosters) H. Jadhav (Watford) M V Brown (St Margaretsbury) S. Harvey (Dunstable) S. D. L. Davis (Eversholt) R. Mohamed (Kings Langley) Pradeep Jayaprakashdaran (L T & I) Deepak Cheruvililil (Northwood) B. Moses (Flitwick)

J. A. Freedman Old Albanian v. Kings Langley (Shenley Park) G. Flint Hoddesdon II v. Hatfield (Lowfield) J. Heslam Reed v. Chorleywood (Blacksmith’s Lane) N. Reardon Knebworth Park II v. Northwood (Ducks Hill Road) R. Keogh Dunstable v Leverstock Green (Bedmond Road) L. J. Vivian Chorleywood v. Luton Town and Indians (The Common) J. R. Turner Knebworth Park II v. Welwyn Garden City II (Old Knebworth Lane) P. McGiffin Northchurch v. Flitwick (The Meadow) B Logue Knebworth Park II v Harpenden II (Old Knebworth Lane) A. Mehta Potters Bar II v. Chorleywood (The Walk) I. McNicol Chipperfield v. Wormley (Church Lane) J. R. Turner Knebworth Park II v. Radlett II (Old Knebworth Lane) J. R. Lewis Radlett II v. Leverstock Green (Bedmond Road) L. Thomson-Mathews Northchurch v Radlett II (Cobden Hill ) C. Boyd Knebworth Park II v. Old Finchleians (Old Knebworth Lane) B. Logue Knebworth Park II v Northwood (Ducks Hill Road) R. Jadanauth Kings Langley v. Watford (Vicarage Lane) J. Heslam Reed v Knebworth Park II (Blacksmith's Lane) M. R. Evans Radlett II v. Northwood (Ducks Hill Road) N. J. C. Gandon Hoddesdon II v. Kings Langley (Lowfield) A. King Leverstock Green v Northwood (Ducks Hill Road) C. Ferguson Flitwick v. Potters Bar II (The Vale) L. Thomson-Mathews Northchurch v Cockfosters (The Meadow) K. Gill Broxbourne v Northwood (Ducks Hill Road) B. R. Hellewell Hoddesdon II v. Old Albanian (Shenley Park) L. J. Vivian Chorleywood v. Preston (Preston Cricket Ground) P. Ashford Kings Langley v. Northchurch (The Meadow) M V Brown St Margaretsbury v Cockfosters (St Margaretsbury Recreation Ground) R. Mohamed Kings Langley v. Hemel Hempstead II (Heath Park) M. Fisher Cockfosters v Broxbourne (Mill Lane Close) N. Sen Watford v. Northchurch (The Meadow) H. Jadhav Watford v. Berkhamsted (Woodside) A. M. Hooper Harpenden II v Welwyn Garden City II (Harpenden Common) C. Thurston Shenley Village v Knebworth Park II (Shenley Cricket Centre) C. Dawson Broxbourne v. Eversholt (Eversholt Recreation Ground) C. Van der Merwe Harpenden v. Kings Langley (Vicarage Lane) A M Hooper Harpenden II v Old Finchleians (Harpenden Common) S.Noach Northwood v Northchurch (Ducks Hill Road) M. Howard Harpenden v. Bishop’s Stortford (Cricketfield Lane) M V Brown St Margaretsbury v Luton Town & Indians (Wardown Park) T. Alam Berkhamsted v. Harpenden (Kitchener’s Field) N. Dodd Old Albanian v. Preston (Shenley Park) K. Ward Reed v Old Albanian (Blacksmith's Lane) P. McGiffin Northchurch v. Reed (The Meadow) D. Popat Watford v. Hatfield (Ascots Lane) T Sayers Cockfosters v Luton Town & Indians (Wardown Park) D. English Welwyn Garden City II v. Northchurch (Digswell Park) D. Desai Hatfield v. Preston (Preston Cricket Ground) J. Barr Radlett II v. Welwyn Garden City II (Digswell Park) D.Rodgers Northwood v Cockfosters (Ducks Hill Road) N. Faith Northwood v. Welwyn Garden City II (Digswell Park) S. J. Page Welwyn Garden City II v Harpenden II (Harpenden Common) H. Jadhav Watford v. Harpenden (Woodside) S. Morrall Ampthill Town v. Welwyn Garden City II (Digswell Park) A. Ezekiel Knebworth Park II v. Abbots Langley (Manor House Ground) D.Rodgers Northwood v Shenley Village (Ducks Hill Road) A. Summerfield Flitwick v. Berkhamsted (Kitchener’s Field)

146

2010 2009 2003 2011 2006 2003 2002 2008 2004 2007

25/08/2001 02/06/2001 05/08/2006 09/08/2003 13/07/2013 26/07/2008 26/05/2007 31/07/2004 25/06/2011 01/07/2006 08/09/2001 02/06/2007 18/06/2005 01/06/2013 18/06/2005 15/05/2010 15/07/2006 23/05/2009 12/05/2004 09/06/2001 19/05/2012 12/08/2006 11/05/2013 07/09/2013 28/07/2001 23/08/2008 12/07/2003 30/07/2011 14/06/2003 03/07/2010 24/06/2006 31/05/2003 09/05/2009 01/09/2012 02/06/2007 19/06/2004 14/05/2011 29/06/2013 03/07/2004 03/09/2011 15/07/2000 08/09/2001 05/09/2009 19/06/2004 26/07/2008 07/05/2011 15/07/2006 28/06/2008 05/07/2008 10/08/2013 16/07/2005 09/05/2009 07/08/2004 01/07/2006 24/05/2008 27/07/2013 26/05/2001


Most Wickets In A Season 76 72 64 62 60 59 58 57 57

M. Waters (Preston) B. Klosterman (Leverstock Green) T. Haydon (Cockfosters) M Brazier (Kings Langley) S Silva (Flitwick) G Harris (Botany Bay) J Lash (Shenley Village) O. Janaway (Berkhamsted) P. Tidey (Reed)

Best Bowling Performances

10-18 9-30 9-39 9-49 9-66 9-71 8-13 8-18 8-21 8-22 8-23 8-24 8-24 8-28 8-29 8-29 8-30 8-30 8-33 8-34 8-40 8-40 8-40 8-43 8-45 8-46 8-46 8-46 8-48 8-49 8-52 8-56 8-56 8-56 8-57 8-61 8-63 8-70 8-43 7-12 7-15 7-16 7-16 7-18 7-19 7-19 7-21 7-23 7-24 7-24 7-24 7-24 7-24 7-25 7-25 7-26 7-26 7-27 7-28 7-30 7-30

J. Griffin S. Tilbury P. Frost G. Wilson B Davies T. Haydon A. Khan R. Sutcliffe C. Degnan A. Mason A. Young N. Lederman N. Lederman P. R. Woolley B. Klosterman M. Aitkin C. Arnold M. Brazier K. Manzoor T. Cooke A. Owen B. Mahoney Chetan Depala Jnr N. Forden P. Harrington M. Riant Chetan Depala Snr D. J. Searle R Laney J. Mafa C. Stainsby J. A. Chaudhry C. Depala Senior G. Warman R Hameed G. Wilson C Stainsby M Salerno B. Ghoghe A. Kakonzi M. Essa J. Kerley R. Clark D. Wilkinson M. Depala M. Waters R. Sutcliffe C. Foster M. Waters M. Rana G. Burchett C. Degnan E. R. Tucker P. Miller S. Cherry B. Crichton L Robinson R. Morris S. Robinson M. A. Wood M.Aitkin

2005 2003 2003 2013 2010 2013 2013 2005 2005

56 56 56 56 55 55 55 54 54

B. Klosterman (Leverstock Green) C Depala Senior (Old Finchleians) D James (Northchurch) P Mehta (Abbots Langley) M. O’Carroll (Preston) M. Waters (Preston) S. Noach (Northwood) B. Klosterman (Leverstock Green) O. Janaway (Berkhamsted)

Berkhamsted v. Hoddesdon II (Kitchener’s Field) St. Margaretsbury v. Hatfield (Ascots Lane) Northwood v. Harpenden (Ducks Hill Road) Reed v Preston (Preston Cricket Ground) Hemel Hempstead II v Chipperfield Clarendon (Heath Park) Cockfosters v. Old Finchleians (Chalk Lane) Dunstable II v. Wormley (Lancot Park) Abbots Langley v. Hatfield (Ascots Lane) Ampthill Town v. Cockfosters (Ampthill Park) Old Albanian v. Harpenden (Harpenden Common) Reed v Northchurch (The Meadow) Radlett II v Preston (Preston Cricket Ground) Radlett II v Preston (Preston Cricket Ground) Welwyn Garden City II v. Radlett II (Cobden Hill) Leverstock Green v. Cockfosters (Bedmond Road) Preston v. Cockfosters (Chalk Lane) Harpenden v. Eversholt (Eversholt) Kings Langley v Welwyn Garden City II (Kings Langley Common) 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) Old Finchleians v Broxbourne (Woodside Park) Ampthill Town v. Hertford II (Balls Park) Hemel Hempstead II v. Eversholt (Heath Park) Berkhamsted v. Preston (Kitchener’s Field) Old Finchleians v Abbots Langley (Manor House Ground) North Mymms II v Old Owens (Home Farm) Shenley Village v Preston (Preston Cricket Ground) Radlett II v Old Finchleians (Woodside Park) Welwyn Garden City II v. Preston (Digswell Park) St. Albans II v. Berkhamsted (Clarence Park) Old Finchleians v. Northchurch (Woodside Park) Knebworth Park II v Dunstable (Lancot Park) Shenley Village v Chipperfield Clarendon (Shenley Cricket Centre) Reed v Cockfosters (Blacksmith's Lane ) Welwyn Garden City II v Redbourn (North Common Road) Knebworth Park II v Chipperfield Clarendon II (Old Knebworth Lane) Abbots Langley v Broxbourne (Manor House Ground) Watford v Northchurch (The Meadow) Luton Town & Indians II v Potters Bar II (The Walk) Harpenden v. Northwood (Ducks Hill Road) Kinge Langley v Watford Town (Kings Langley Common) Northchurch v. Leverstock Green (Bedmond Road) Old Finchleians v. Watford (Woodside Park) Preston v Kings Langley (Vicarage Lane) 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) Welwyn Garden City II v Northchurch (The Meadow) Broxbourne v. Leverstock Green (Bedmond Road) Dunstable v. Reed (Lancot Park) Harpenden v. Wormley (Harpenden Common) Broxbourne v Hemel Hempstead II (Mill Lane Close) Hemel Hempstead II v. Berkhamsted (Kitchener’s Field) Knebworth Park II v. Northchurch (Old Knebworth Lane) Leverstock Green v. Radlett II (Bedmond Road) Preston v. Hemel Hempstead II (Preston Cricket Ground) 147

2001 2008 2013 2011 2003 2003 2005 2005 2007 16/09/2000 01/09/2001 16/09/2000 01/08/2009 28/05/2011 09/06/2003 23/08/2003 22/06/2002 30/08/2003 28/08/2000 25/07/2009 18/05/2013 18/05/2013 02/07/2005 02/08/2003 16/08/2003 01/09/2001 09/08/2012 30/04/2005 22/05/2004 23/08/2003 12/06/2004 04/06/2011 07/08/2004 24/05/2003 13/07/2002 23/07/2011 17/08/2013 14/05/2011 13/06/2009 21/06/2008 12/06/2004 30/08/2008 01/05/2010 30/07/2011 01/05/2010 06/08/2011 14/05/2011 02/06/2012 02/05/2009 07/09/2013 08/07/2000 09/06/2012 10/05/2003 02/06/2007 16/05/2009 27/07/2002 08/07/2006 01/09/2001 08/09/2001 10/07/2004 24/06/2006 03/07/2010 14/07/2001 26/08/2006 09/06/2001 30/07/2011 24/07/2004 21/06/2008 22/06/2002 06/09/2003


Division Three

Most Runs In A Season 1063 1014 971 919 882 846 843 836 835

S. March (Wormley) J. R. Turner (Knebworth Park II) C A Chellew (Abbots Langley ) D. Wallis (Wormley) Muhammad Akoojee (Radlett II) S. R. W. Gale (Hatfield) C Chellew (Abbots Langley) D. Wallis (Wormley) Sohail Idress (Stevenage II)

Highest Individual Scores

181 175 174 172* 170* 169* 167 165 162* 161 159* 159 158* 156* 154* 151 151 150* 149 145 145 142 140* 140* 139 139* 138* 137* 136* 136* 136 135* 135* 135* 135 134* 134* 134 133 133 131* 131 131 131 130 130 129* 129* 129* 128 127* 127 126* 126 126 126 125* 125* 125* 125*

Sohail Idress J. R. Turner C. A. Chellew J. R. Turner T. Chapman G.W.Wise C. Handy J. Balkham M. Gradwell S. R. W. Gale N. Siddique P Ashford H. Nataraj C. A. Chellew M. J. Inglis Sohail Idress T. Chapman G. Wise Kushang Modi M. Fordham A. Buckmeister C. Yorath S. Stroomer O Chinneck G. Thomason C. Yorath S. R. W. Gale K Hussein J. Harris S. Penny K Jones C. Letford A. Lindsey C. Whitworth G. Bishton G. Bishton M. Gentle B. Ganji P. McGiffin M. Dyer Aleem Hussain A. J. Moore K. Hussein M Hobley Sohail Idress S. J. Ashman D. Ferguson A. Hussain A. Bartlett C. Riley S. Fishpool D. Roe A. R. J. Barnard H. H. McCue Sohail Idress A. Vadgama D. Wallis S. March S. March M. Fitzpatrick

2004 2004 2009 2002 2006 2006 2013 2000 2007

835 824 790 783 769 764 762 757 749

G W Wise (Chipperfield Clarendon) P Ashford (Kings Langley) J. Swanton (Rickmansworth) S. Stroomer (Datchworth) H Bond (Hatfield) D. O’Leary (Cockfosters) Yasir Arafat (St Albans II) G W Wise (Chipperfield Clarendon) S. March (Wormley)

Stevenage II v. Eversholt (Eversholt Recreation Ground) Knebworth Park II v. Botany Bay (Old Knebworth Lane) Abbots Langley v Letchworth II (Fairfield Hall) Knebworth Park II v. County Hall (Old Knebworth Lane) Bishop’s Stortford II v. London Colney (Green Street, Shenley) Chipperfield Clarendon v Bishop's Stortford II (Cricketfield Lane) Hoddesdon II v. Ickleford (Lowfield) Hoddesdon II v. Radlett II (Lowfield) Ampthill Town v. Luton Town II (Wardown Park) Hatfield v. Harpenden II (Ascots Lane) Southgate Adelaide v. Hertford II (Walker Ground) Kings Langley v Potters Bar II (Vicarage Lane) Wheathampstead v. Knebworth Park II (Old Knebworth Lane) Abbots Langley v Redbourn (Manor House Ground) Abbots Langley v London Colney (Manor House Ground) Stevenage II v. St Albans II (Ditchmore Lane) Bishop’s Stortford II v. Hoddesdon II (Cricketfield Lane) Clarendon v. Southgate Adelaide (Cow Roast) Waltham Cross Rosedale v. Botany Bay (Rosedale Sports Ground) Harpenden II v. Eversholt (Eversholt Recreation Ground) London Colney v Waltham Cross Rosedale (Rosedale Sports Club) Redbourn v. Welwyn Garden City II (North Common Road) Datchworth v. Hertford II (Balls Park) Harpenden III v Northchurch (St George's School, Harpenden) Met Police Bushey v Letchworth Garden City II (Fairfield Park) Redbourn v. Southgate Adelaide (Walker Ground) Hatfield v. St Albans II (Clarence Park) Rickmansworth v Wheathampstead (Park Road) Harpenden II v. Chipperfield (Harpenden Common) Cockfosters v. Hertford II (Chalk Lane) North Enfield v. Shenley Village (Shenley Park) Letchworth II v. Hatfield (Whitethorn Lane) Hatfield Hyde v North Enfield (King George V Playing Fields) Stevenage II v Old Owens (Ditchmore Lane) Letchworth II v. Waltham Cross Rosedale (Rosedale Sports Club) Letchworth II v. Potters Bar II (Whitethorn Lane) Waltham Cross Rosedale v. London Colney (Rosedale Sports Club) Stevenage II v Totteridge Millhillians II (Totteridge Green) Northchurch v. Wheathampstead (Nomansland Common) Waltham Cross Rosedale v. Ickleford (Rosedale Sports Club) Totteridge Millhillians II v Potters Bar II (Totteridge Green) Chipperfield Clarendon v Clifton (Claybridge Ground) Rickmansworth v St Albans II (Park Road) Northchurch v Northampton Exiles (The Meadow) Stevenage II v. Cockfosters (Chalk Lane) Sawbridgeworth II v. Botany Bay (East Lodge Lane) Redbourn v. Langleybury II (Hunton Bridge) Totteridge Millhillians II v Wheathampstead (Totteridge Green) County Hall v Rickmansworth (Leahoe) Clarendon v. Stevenage II (Cow Roast) Bishop’s Stortford II v. Harpenden II (Harpenden Common) Redbourn v Chipperfield Clarendon (Redbourn Common) Bishop’s Stortford II v. Redbourn (Cricketfield Lane) Welwyn Garden City II v. Stevenage II (Digswell Park) Stevenage II v. Sawbridgeworth II (Town Fields) Shenley Village v Clifton (Shenley Cricket Centre) 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) 148

2009 2011 2003 2006 2009 2004 2007 2010 2005 15/07/2006 31/07/2004 13/06/2009 22/05/2004 26/05/2007 05/06/2010 04/08/2007 10/06/2006 08/08/2001 28/07/2007 26/08/2006 11/06/2011 29/07/2000 27/06/2009 03/07/2010 09/06/2007 07/07/2007 08/07/2006 08/09/2007 08/07/2006 04/07/2009 31/05/2003 15/07/2006 30/04/2011 31/08/2013 07/06/2003 08/07/2006 11/06/2011 19/06/2004 12/08/2006 02/08/2008 21/06/2003 13/07/2013 07/09/2013 02/09/2006 18/06/2005 12/07/2008 26/06/2010 07/09/2002 23/08/2008 30/04/2011 04/07/2009 08/08/2009 21/05/2011 05/08/2006 02/06/2007 20/07/2002 22/08/2009 26/06/2010 12/08/2006 10/05/2008 29/08/2009 04/05/2002 23/06/2001 05/05/2007 27/06/2009 18/05/2002 22/05/2004 28/05/2005 23/07/2005


Most Wickets In A Season 72 65 62 61 61 60 59 59 58

W Roberts (Shenley Village) Imran Khan (Totteridge) B. Klosterman (Leverstock Green) I. R. Brown (Stevenage II) D. A. Watson (Chorleywood) T. Haydon (Cockfosters) M. Taylor (Potters Bar III) J. A. Chaudhry (St Albans II) R. Doling (Northwood Town)

Best Bowling Performances

9-17 9-39 9-39 9-39 9-45 9-50 9-51 8-10 8-15 8-21 8-21 8-26 8-27 8-31 8-31 8-35 8-36 8-38 8-45 8-46 8-50 8-52 8-53 8-53 8-54 8-55 8-63 8-66 8-71 8-21 8-42 8-46 8-55 7-6 7-9 7-11 7-13 7-14 7-14 7-17 7-19 7-20 7-21 7-21 7-21 7-23 7-25 7-25 7-26 7-28 7-31 7-32 7-32 7-33 7-33 7-33 7-33 7-34 7-34 7-34 7-34 7-34

B. Klosterman I. R. Brown A. Jenkins D. S. McMillan T. Cooke C. Graves N. Morris D Nightingale Ifzal Nawaz A. Khan M.Batchelor N. Weaver T. Reilly N. Williams I. R. Brown L. Sheldrake S. Hunt Usman Zaman P. Berry Imran Khan I. R. Brown K. A. Morgan J. Shaw M. Sayers C. Stainsby M. Fenson C. Graves W. Roberts I Almond D. Weekes A. Ali G. George D. Darvell G. Pickwell L. Robertson G. Ellerton K. Hull J. D. W. Wright A. Dudman S Rider J. Storey A. Winchester S. Chamberlin D Curry L Moreton R. Siddiqui P. Freebrey J. Kerley C. A. Chellew R. Holmes G. Phillips N. Hussain H. Patel C. Degnan N. Williams D Goltz M. Gentle M. Golder S. Dight A. Morris A. J. O’Donovan M. C. Dunstone

2009 2006 2007 2000 2007 2004 2005 2007 2002

57 54 54 54 51 51 50 50 50

D Marsh (Letchworth II) M. Fenson (Wormley) P. Somani (Old Finchleians) I. R. Brown (Stevenage II) M Nevill (Stevenage II) S Avis (Eversholt) P. Somani (Old Finchleians) A. Thomas (Leverstock Green) D Darvell (Redbourn)

Leverstock Green v. Sawbridgeworth II (Bedmond Road) Stevenage II v. Harpenden II (Harpenden Common) Letchworth II v. Sawbridgeworth II (Whitethorn Lane) Chipperfield Clarendon v County Hall (Chipperfield Common) St Albans II v. Letchworth II (Clarence Park) County Hall v. Cottered (Leahoe) Bayford and Hertford v. Knebworth Park II (Old Knebworth Lane) Met Police Bushey v Eversholt (Eversholt) Hemel Hempstead II v. Stevenage II (Ditchmore Lane) St Albans II v. Kings Langley (Clarence Park) County Hall v North Mymms II (Home Farm) Wheathampstead v. Letchworth II (Nomansland Common) Ickleford v. Eversholt (Eversholt Recreation Ground) 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) London Colney v. North Enfield (Strayfield Road) Cottered v. Eversholt (Eversholt Recreation Ground) Totteridge Millhillians II v Sawbridgeworth II (Totteridge Green) Stevenage II v. Wormley (Ditchmore Lane) Sawbridgeworth II v. Bishop’s Stortford II (Cricketfield 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) Shenley Village v Sawbridgeworth II (Town Fields) Rickmansworth v Southgate Adelaide (Walker Ground) St Albans West Indian v Northampton Exiles (Greenwood Park ) Old Albanian v Eversholt (Eversholt Recreation Ground) Hertingfordbury v Met Police Bushey (St Mary's Lane) Redbourn v Totteridge Millhillians II (North Common Road) County Hall v. Redbourn (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) Hertingfordbury v Old Albanian (Woollams) Waltham Cross Rosedale v. Botany Bay (Rosedale Sports Ground) Harpenden II v. Clarendon (Harpenden Common) Wheathampstead v. Northampton Exiles (Clowes Ground) Letchworth II v North Enfield (Strayfield Road) Bishop's Stortford II v Potters Bar II (The Walk) Totteridge Millhillians II v North Mymms II (Totteridge Green) Hemel Hempstead II v. St Albans II (Heath Park) Harpenden II v. Letchworth II (Harpenden Common) Abbots Langley v Hatfield (Ascots Lane) Eversholt v Met Police Bushey (Eversholt Cricket Ground) Langleybury II v. Botany Bay II (East Lodge Lane) Totteridge Millhillians II v Shenley Village (Totteridge Green) Northampton Exiles v Northwood Town (Clowes Ground) Ampthill Town v. Luton Town II (Wardown Park) Botany Bay v. Bishop’s Stortford II (Cricketfield Lane) Eversholt v Harpenden III (Recreation Ground) Waltham X Rosedale v Chipperfield Clarendon (Rosedale Sports Club) Hatfield v. Welwyn Garden City II (Ascots Lane) Northchurch v. Bishop’s Stortford II (Cricketfield Lane) Southgate Adelaide II v. Hertford II (Balls Park) Sawbridgeworth II v. North Enfield (Town Fields) Abbots Langley v Shenley Village (Manor House Ground) 149

2011 2000 2002 2004 2011 2012 2000 2007 2012 25/08/2007 24/07/2004 09/09/2006 11/07/2009 06/09/2003 29/05/2004 26/06/2004 06/08/2011 03/05/2008 24/05/2008 22/05/2010 09/09/2000 26/07/2008 07/09/2002 24/06/2006 20/05/2006 29/07/2006 28/06/2008 09/09/2000 04/07/2009 19/08/2000 14/06/2008 28/07/2001 23/07/2005 08/06/2002 12/08/2000 14/08/2004 18/07/2009 02/07/2011 02/06/2012 23/06/2012 09/06/2012 04/08/2012 15/05/2004 13/07/2002 13/07/2002 08/06/2002 30/06/2001 08/06/2002 27/08/2011 03/06/2006 05/08/2006 13/07/2002 11/06/2011 02/07/2011 05/09/2009 11/08/2007 17/05/2008 22/08/2009 18/05/2013 08/06/2002 30/05/2009 28/08/2010 08/08/2001 15/05/2004 02/07/2011 27/07/2013 19/08/2000 27/06/2002 12/07/2003 30/08/2008 29/08/2009


Division Four

Most Runs In A Season 1073 1042 955 901 885 830 807 803 796 783

S Stevens (Potton Town) 2013 A. Christian (Old Haberdashers) 2006 H. D. Rawle (North Mymms II) 2005 M J Bertwistle (Chipperfield Clarendon II) 2009 R J Darby (Hertingfordbury) 2009 D J Crawford 2012 O Sims (Wormley) 2008 S Stevens (Potton Town) 2009 A. J. Howard (Chipperfield) 2005 H. D. Rawle (North Mymms II) 2006

776 767 764 760 759 757 753 745 734 721

Highest Individual Scores

192* 189 178 171 170 160* 160 158* 158* 157 155* 155* 153* 153 151* 151* 150 149* 149 148 147 146* 146* 145 145 144* 143 142* 142 141* 141* 140* 140 139 * 139 138* 138* 137* 136* 136* 136* 136 134 133 132* 131 131 130* 129* 129* 129* 128* 128* 128 127* 127* 127* 127* 127*

M. Gradwell (Ampthill Town) M Bott (Botany Bay) M. Schumann (Ickleford) B. J. M. Mason (Bishop’s Stortford II) G Riddle (Hertford II) A. J. Moore (Chipperfield) J. Peacock (Baldock Town) B. G. Heath (Sawbridgeworth II) M Chandler (Southgate Adelaide ) A. Syed (Old Haberdashers)

B. Blaker Ickleford v. Old Haberdashers (Croxdale Road) A. Christian Old Haberdashers v. Ickleford (Croxdale Road) R. Gajjar Shenley Village v. Potton Town (The Hollow) C. Williams St. Albans II v. Sandridge (Clarence Park) C. Yorath Redbourn v. Datchworth (North Common Road) C. Yorath Redbourn v. Old Elizabethans (Gypsy Corner) M. Gentle Waltham Cross Rosedale v. Hatfield (Rosedale Sports Club) K. Modi Waltham X Rosedale v Hertford II (Balls Park) K. Modi Waltham X Rosedale v Hertford II (Balls Park) A.Christian Old Haberdashers v. Ampthill Town II (Croxdale Road) B. R. Bagshaw North Mymms II v. Clarendon (Home Farm) P. Lele Hertford II v. Hoddesdon II (Balls Park) J. A. Rudkin Sawbridgeworth II v Northampton Exiles (Town Fields) R. Gajjar Shenley Village v. Northwood II (Shenley Park) M. Schumann Ickleford v. County Hall (Leahoe) A.Christian Old Haberdashers v. Potton Town (The Hollow) A. J. Moore Chipperfield v. Langleybury II (The Common) S. Farrell West Herts II v North Mymms II (Old Owens) M. J. Bertwistle Chipperfield Clarendon II v Ampthill Town II (Chipperfield Common) D. Roe Redbourn v. Chipperfield (The Common) H. D. Rawle North Mymms II v. Ampthill Town II (Ampthill Park) K. Jones North Enfield v. County Hall (Leahoe) A. Schaw Berkhamsted v Hertford II (Balls Park) M. Patel Old Camdenians v. Wheathampstead (Nomansland Common) N. Malde Radlett III v Clifton (Cobden Hill) H. D. Rawle North Mymms II v. Old Elizabethans (Gipsy Corner) P. Hewitt Holtwhites Trinibis v. Old Elizabethans (Kirkland Drive) J Stevens Baldock v Waltham X Rosedale (Avenue Park ) S Benford Hertford II v Sawbridgeworth II (Balls Park) M. Turner Ickleford v. Holtwhites Trinibis (Walnut Way) B Elahi Botany Bay v Knebworth Park IV (Old Knebworth Lane) R. King Hatfield Hyde v. County Hall (Leahoe) T. Dupuy Baldock v Ampthill Town II (Ampthill Park) C. Cook Wormley v West Herts II (Church Lane) D. Kerr Holtwhites Trinibis v. Totteridge (Totteridge Green) C. Jackson Reed v. Holtwhites Trinibis (Blacksmith Lane) J. Peacock Baldock v Radlett III (Avenue Park) D. Gronert Hertingfordbury v. Harpenden III (St. Mary's Lane) S. Clarke Clarendon v. Luton Town & Indians II (Cow Roast) P. Hewitt Holtwhites Trinibis v. London Colney (Holtwhites Hill) H. D. Rawle North Mymms II v. Northwood II (Ducks Hill Road) T Carr Dunstable II v Baldock (Lancot Park) A.Yusuf Old Haberdashers v. Redbourn (North Common Road) A.Bartlett County Hall v. Bushey (Eastbury Road) M. R. Sazenis Chipperfield v. Clifton (Walnut Way) A. Rana Waltham Cross Rosedale v. Northampton Exiles (Rosedale Sports Club) A.Christian Old Haberdashers v. London Colney (Green Street, Shenley) D. J. Crawford North Mymms II v Harpenden III (Home Farm) B. Eathorne Northchurch v. Chipperfield II (The Meadow) K. Farrell West Herts II v. Sandridge (Spencer Meadows) S. Hadley London Colney v. Old Haberdashers (Green Street) M. Dyer Waltham Cross Rosedale v. North Enfield (Rosedale Sports Club) D. L. S. Van Bunge Hoddesdon II v Flamstead (Lowfield) R.N. Harris Old Haberdashers v. Bushey (Croxdale Road) C. Williams St. Albans II v. Boxmoor (Clarence Park) H. D. Rawle North Mymms II v. Cheshunt (Albury Ride) D. T. De Zoysa Cavendish v. Bushey (Roe Hill Hall) J. Howlett Potton Town v Watton-at-Stone (The Hollow) D. J. Crawford North Mymms II v Watton-at-Stone (The Meadow) 150

2000 2011 2004 2006 2008 2006 2005 2002 2009 2000

10/06/2006 10/06/2006 15/07/2006 27/07/2002 05/05/2007 26/05/2007 16/07/2005 25/08/2012 25/08/2012 05/08/2006 28/06/2003 10/05/2008 17/08/2013 10/06/2006 29/07/2006 29/07/2006 01/07/2006 24/05/2008 02/05/2009 02/09/2006 23/07/2005 09/09/2006 26/05/2012 01/09/2001 26/06/2010 17/06/2006 31/07/2004 28/05/2011 30/04/2011 26/06/2004 07/05/2011 21/06/2008 22/08/2009 22/08/2009 26/05/2001 27/07/2002 23/05/2009 07/06/2008 31/05/2003 16/08/2003 29/07/2006 21/05/2011 12/08/2006 28/06/2008 09/09/2006 30/07/2005 15/07/2006 25/08/2012 26/05/2001 24/08/2002 15/07/2006 19/06/2004 28/07/2012 24/06/2001 06/07/2002 13/05/2006 02/06/2007 30/05/2009 18/08/2012


Most Wickets In A Season 79 77 75 66 65 61 60 59 56 56

M. R. Sazenis (Chipperfield) D McMillan (Clarendon) I. R. Brown (Stevenage II) R. Watson (Holtwhites Trinibis) F Hameed (Bushey) D. Parsooth (Luton Town & Indians II) D Nightingale (Met Police Bushey) A Mustafa (North Mymms II) M. Janaway (Potton Town) A Browne (Northampton Exiles)

Best Bowling Performances

9-16 9-27 9-38 9-43 9-49 9-56 9-64 8-5 8-14 8-17 8-22 8-24 8-24 8-31 8-32 8-32 8-36 8-36 8-37 8-38 8-38 8-40 8-40 8-40 8-42 8-42 8-43 8-43 8-47 8-52 8-54 8-54 8-54 8-56 8-56 8-58 8-63 8-74 8-76 8-18 8-31 8-38 8-39 7-11 7-12 7-16 7-18 7-18 7-20 7-20 7-21 7-21 7-22 7-25 7-27 7-27 7-28 7-28 7-28 7-31

A Thomas W. Roberts S. Cousins R. Mohammed D. McMillan M. R. Sazenis A. White M. Berks C. Degnan M. Butler R. King P. L. Eversfield D. Allison C Smith M. Janaway G. K. Gurney B. Cohen P. Haydon P. S. James A. White R. Stevenson A. Szemiako I. J. Fantham A. Browne A. Kinsey A. Conrad D. Allison J. Rose D. Marais B. Tobin Shabbir Foyez D. McMillan A Mustafa S. G. Bulger A. Conrad A. Jones J. Brown M. Filer M. Wythe S. Barbour Ri. Dhruva H. Sharma S. Barbour W. Roberts D. Nightingale L. Robertson S. Gandy J. Fleming J. Robinson J. Brown L. Robertson I. Yousaf A. Blackett L. Newman D. T. De Zoysa A. Browne M. Oldham W. Strang A.P.White A. McElligott

2006 2008 2003 2002 2013 2003 2010 2011 2002 2009

55 55 54 53 51 51 51 51 49 49

S. R. Easterbrook (West Herts II) J Fleming (Redbourn) T Dean (Baldock) R King (Hatfield Hyde) M. Palihakkara (Stevenage II) M. Bailey (West Herts II) J. Brown (Rickmansworth) A Thomas (St Albans West Indian) D. D. Burrell (Sawbridgeworth II) I. D. Golder (Hatfield)

St Albans West Indian v Clifton (Claybridge Ground) Shenley Village v. Bayford and Hertford (Shenley Park) Braughing v. Northwood (Green Lane) Hatfield Hyde v. Old Haberdashers (King George V Playing Field) Clarendon v. Harpenden III (Cow Roast) Chipperfield v. Bushey (The Common) North Enfield v. Old Haberdashers (Croxdale Road) Reed v. Millhillians II (Blacksmith Lane) Ampthill Town v. Wheathampstead II (Nomansland Common) Totteridge v. Old Camdenians (Burton Hole Lane) Hatfield Hyde v. Chipperfield (The Common) West Herts II v. Sandridge (Park Avenue) Rickmansworth v. Langleybury II (Hunton Bridge) St Albans II v Clifton (Claybridge Ground) Potton Town v. North Mymms II (Home Farm) Chipperfield Clarendon II v Wormley (Chipperfield Common) Southgate Adelaide v. Northampton Exiles (Clowes Ground) Old Camdenians v Wormley (Burton Hole Lane) Sawbridgeworth II v Berkhamsted (Town Fields) North Enfield v. Bushey (Strayfield Road) Wormley v Baldock (Avenue Park) County Hall v. Hatfield Hyde (King George V Field) Northchurch v. North Mymms II (Home Farm) Northampton Exiles v. Hertford II (Balls Park) Old Camdenians v. North Mymms II (Burton Hole Lane) Old Elizabethans v. Cheshunt (Albury Ride) Rickmansworth v. Bushey (Eastbury Road) Radlett III v. Southgate Adelaide (Cobden Hill) Old Elizabethans v. Clifton (Claybridge Ground) Hatfield Hyde v. Hatch End (Shaftesbury Field) Radlett II v. Ampthill Town II (Cobden Hill) Clarendon v. Watton at Stone (Cow Roast) North Mymms II v Clifton (Home Farm) North Mymms II v. Hatfield Hyde (Home Farm) Old Elizabethans v. Datchworth (Gypsy Corner) Baldock v Hoddesdon II (Avenue Park) Rickmansworth v. Bishop’s Stortford II (Park Road) Old Haberdashers v. North Mymms II (Croxdale Road) Ampthill Town II v Potton Town (Ampthill Park) Ware v Hatfield (Allenburys CC) Langleybury II v Northwood Town (Hunton Bridge) Watton-at-Stone v Chipperfield Clarendon II (Chipperfield Common) Ware v Harpenden III (St George's School) Shenley Village v. North Enfield (Strayfield Road) Met Police Bushey v Old Owens (Aldenham Road) Northampton Exiles v. Reed (Blacksmith Lane) North Enfield v. Cheshunt (Albury Ride) Redbourn v. Hertingfordbury (St Mary's Lane) 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) Baldock v Ampthill Town II (Ampthill Park) Cavendish v. Wormley (Roe Hill Hall) Northampton Exiles v. Chipperfield (The Common) Chorleywood II v. Clarendon (Cow Roast) Northampton Exiles v Hertingfordbury (Clowes Ground) Bayford & Hertford v Watton-at-Stone (Bayford) Hoddesdon II v. Bushey (Lowfield) 151

2004 2008 2011 2008 2003 2004 2006 2011 2003 2005 03/09/2011 08/09/2007 01/07/2000 15/06/2002 19/07/2008 05/08/2006 02/09/2006 03/06/2000 08/07/2000 07/08/2004 30/08/2008 05/07/2003 05/08/2006 13/08/2011 15/06/2002 04/09/2010 17/05/2008 08/05/2010 22/06/2013 20/05/2006 15/08/2009 02/06/2001 23/06/2001 08/09/2007 21/06/2003 30/07/2005 09/09/2006 28/06/2008 22/05/2004 19/05/2007 23/06/2007 14/06/2008 25/06/2011 08/09/2001 16/06/2007 25/07/2009 08/07/2006 11/08/2001 20/06/2009 12/05/2012 09/06/2012 23/06/2012 02/06/2012 02/06/2007 08/05/2010 26/08/2000 31/07/2004 19/07/2008 21/06/2003 22/07/2006 20/05/2000 05/06/2004 03/06/2000 22/08/2009 23/06/2007 02/08/2008 08/09/2001 06/06/2009 18/05/2013 19/07/2008


Division Five

Most Runs In A Season

1453 Akash Christian (Old Haberdashers) 2009 1137 A Christian (Old Haberdashers) 2010 976 P. Hewitt (Holtwhites Trinibis) 2006 908 A Christian (Old Haberdashers) 2008 828 H. D. Rawle (North Mymms II) 2004 801 M. Lenton (Cheshunt) 2003 776 J. Peacock (Baldock) 2006 774 G. Wise (Clarendon) 2000 763 K. Burgess (Holtwhites Trinibis) 2006 754 J Mir (Hatfield Crusaders) 2009

750 739 723 708 699 699 688 678 677 676 676

Highest Individual Scores

201* 195 180 177 170 169 169 166* 163* 156 155 155 153 152* 151 151 150* 149 148 145* 145 144* 144* 144 142 142 142 140 138 138 137 137* 136 135 135 134 133* 133 132* 132* 132* 132* 132 131* 131 131 131 129* 127* 127 126* 126 125* 125* 125* 124* 124* 124

A. Christian A. Christian Wahas Ahmed J. T. De Silva I. Schmid A.Christian A. Christian A. Christian Iroshan De Silva A. Christian J Williams C. Handy A. Christian B. Hann D. Houghton I. Schmid L. Davis G. Wise Bashir Dalvi Deepak Kumaar J. Wrigglesworth A. Christian A.Christian A. Christian I. De Silva J. Al-Darraji A. Christian T. Mitsopolous L. Frame A Jhunjhunwala L. Peters K. Watson A. Christian J. Peacock J. Mir S. Harvey H. D. Rawle Deepak Kumaar G. Wise K. Watson A. Christian I Schmid A.Christian P. Hewitt Iroshan de Silva M. Hackshaw M. Byrne D. Gilson R Fahey C Lim D. Walker I Schmid P. McLaughlin M. Baines R Gibson T. P. Anstead S. Stephenson A. Christian

E. Palmer (Hertingfordbury) T Mitsopolous (Botany Bay) A. Christian (Old Haberdashers) C. Collins (Old Elizabethans) S. Stephenson (Cheshunt) Deepak Kumaar (Old Owens) E. Palmer (Hertingfordbury) L Frame (Southgate Compton) I Schmid (Parkfield & Headstone) N. Darby (Hertingfordbury) M Foley (Bushey)

Old Haberdashers v. Hertingfordbury II (St Mary’s Lane) Old Haberdashers v Bushey (Croxdale Road) Shenley Village v. Old Camdenians (Shenley Park) Cavendish v. Kings Langley II (Vicarage Lane) Parkfield & Headstone v Hoddesdon II (Lowfield) Old Haberdashers v. Leverstock Green II (Croxdale Road) Old Haberdashers v Sandridge (Croxdale Road) Old Haberdashers v Bushey (Eastbury Road) Baldock v. Preston II (Avenue Park) Old Haberdashers v. Old Elizabethans (Croxdale Road) Old Haberdashers v Berkhamsted II (Kitchener's Field) Hoddesdon II v Welwyn Garden City III (Lowfield) Old Haberdashers v. Old Owens (Croxdale Road) Hitchin II v Cockfosters II (Lucas Lane) Kings Langley II v. Cavendish (Vicarage Lane) Parkfield & Headstone v Clifton (Saddlers Mead) Harpenden III v. Baldock (St George’s School) Clarendon v. Old Elizabethans (Gipsy Corner) Luton Town & Indians II v Chorleywood II (The Common) Old Owens v. Chorleywood II (The Common) Harpenden II v. Botany Bay (Harpenden Common) Old Haberdashers v. Old Camdenians (Croxdale Road) Old Haberdashers v. Old Camdenians (Croxdale Road) Old Haberdashers v Parkfield & Headstone (Saddlers Mead) Baldock v. Harpenden III (St George’s School) Shenley Village v. Northwood II (Shenley Park) Old Haberdashers v West Herts II (Croxdale Road) Botany Bay v Bayford and Hertford (Bayford ) Southgate Compton v Hitchin II (Lucas Lane) Botany Bay v Northwood II (Ducks Hill Road) Sandridge v Flamstead (Spencer Meadows) Northwood II v Hoddesdon II (Ducks Hill Road) Old Haberdashers v Datchworth (Datchworth Sports Club) Baldock v. Harpenden III (St George’s School) Hatfield Crusaders v Botany Bay (Roe Hill Hall) 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) Northwood II v. Knebworth Park III (Ducks Hill Road) Old Haberdashers v. Rickmansworth (Croxdale Road) Parkfield & Headstone v Cockfosters II (Parkfield & Headstone) Old Haberdashers v. Rickmansworth (Croxdale Road) Holtwhites Trinibis v. Hatch End (Kirkland Drive) Baldock v. Hatch End (Grimsdyke Road) St Albans West Indian v Northchurch II (Greenwood Park) Hoddesdon II v Sandridge II (Lowfield) Harpenden III v. Luton Town and Indians II (St George’s School) Southgate Compton v Old Haberdashers (Hadley Field) Old Cholmeleians II v Datchworth (Hendon Wood Lane) Langleybury II v. Old Albanian II (Hunton Bridge) Parkfield & Headstone v Berkhamsted II (Kitchener's Field) London Colney v. North Enfield (Green Street, Shenley) Preston II v. Old Elizabethans (Preston Cricket Ground) Old Elizabethans v Chorleywood II (The Common) St. Margaretsbury II v. Parkfield (St Margaretsbury Recreation Ground) Cheshunt v. Brimsdown (Albury Ride) Old Haberdashers v Metropolitan Police Bushey (Croxdale Road) 152

2005 2009 2007 2001 2003 2006 2002 2013 2011 2003 2010 08/09/2007 12/06/2010 30/04/2005 11/06/2005 10/07/2010 11/08/2007 01/08/2009 11/07/2009 28/08/2004 21/06/2008 27/08/2011 08/09/2012 30/08/2008 25/05/2013 11/06/2005 11/08/2012 31/07/2004 15/07/2000 21/05/2011 10/06/2006 01/07/2000 23/07/2005 23/07/2005 03/07/2010 31/07/2004 16/07/2005 28/08/2010 01/08/2009 15/06/2013 17/07/2010 25/05/2013 08/05/2010 15/08/2009 24/06/2006 22/08/2009 17/08/2002 24/07/2004 17/06/2006 05/08/2000 14/05/2005 20/08/2005 23/07/2011 20/08/2005 20/05/2006 21/08/2004 20/06/2009 11/08/2012 11/08/2007 13/08/2011 11/06/2011 10/05/2008 13/08/2011 14/07/2001 20/07/2002 04/06/2011 29/07/2000 18/05/2002 18/07/2009


Most Wickets In A Season 64 62 62 58 58 56 55 55 55 53 53

J Mehta (Hatfield Crusaders) S. Stroomer (Datchworth) R Gravett (Old Camdenians) A.Reynolds (Ampthill Town II) D James (Berkhamsted II) J Murphy (Sandridge) D. D. Burrell (Sawbridgeworth II) M. O’Carroll (Ickleford) T Dean (Baldock) R. Dermont (Ickleford) D James (Berkhamsted II)

Best Bowling Performances

10-31 10-42 10-50 9-34 9-42 9-49 9-50 8-17 8-20 8-25 8-25 8-27 8-27 8-28 8-29 8-32 8-33 8-35 8-36 8-38 8-39 8-40 8-41 8-47 8-50 8-51 8-56 8-57 8-59 8-59 8-71 8-75 8-30 8-52 8-61 7-5 7-8 7-10 7-13 7-13 7-15 7-16 7-21 7-21 7-22 7-23 7-24 7-24 7-25 7-25 7-26 7-27 7-27 7-28 7-29 7-30 7-31 7-31 7-31 7-32

J McNally R. Garrett B Klosterman M. Janaway T.Dean M. Corbridge Danish Humail P. Tongue S. Jary L. Smith A. Jones S. Green P. Smith T. Haydon D. Ferguson A. Cheeseman P. Swart M. O’Carroll M. Holland R. Gravett D. Parsooth A. Jones A Bashir G. Bentley S. Khan T. Henry T. Idle M Fox G. D. Lay N. J. C. Gandon A Jain S. Gelber P. England C. Frame S. Stroomer T. Dean P Kularathne L. Walker N. Martin A. Reynolds M.C.John M. O’Carroll K. Asher I Schmid S. Khan D. Gandy R. Balne J. Festa R. Dermont M. Fox N. Williams S. Dight J. Scott Hitesh Patel S. Fernando S. Stroomer S. Jary S. Stroomer J McNally L. Frame

2009 2003 2009 2003 2008 2013 2001 2002 2008 2000 2009

52 51 51 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50

R. Marett (Little Berkhamsted Sahibs) M. Stokes (Cheshunt) D. Marais (Old Elizabethans) S. Gilmour (Clarendon) T. Dean (Baldock Town) M.Wythe (Ampthill Town II) S. Rider (Hertingfordbury) Asif Hussein (Hatch End) Migara Jayasinghe (Cavendish) Asif Hussein (Hatch End) J McNally (Ware)

Ware v Old Cholmeleians II (Hendon Wood Lane) Harpenden II v. St. Margaretsbury II (St. Margaretsbury Rec Ground) Leverstock Green II v Datchworth (Bedmond Road) Potton Town v. Hertingfordbury (The Hollow) Baldock Town v. Old Elizabethans (Avenue Park) Metropolitan Police Bushey v Hitchin II (Aldenham Road) Hatfield Hyde v Chorleywood II (King George V Playing Fields) North Enfield v. Parkfield (Saddlers Mead) Parkfield v. Watford II (Saddlers Mead) Holtwhites Trinibis v. Brimsdown (Goldsdown Road) Baldock Town v. Old Owens (Coopers Lane) Preston v. Wheathampstead II (Preston Cricket Ground) Rickmansworth II v. Preston (Park Road) Cockfosters II v. Watford II (Chalk Lane) Sandridge v Welwyn Garden City III (Spencer Meadows) Langleybury II v Parkfield & Headstone (Saddlers Mead) Northchurch II v Knebworth Park III (The Meadow) Ickleford v. Baldock (Walnut Way) Old Elizabethans v Northchurch II (The Meadow) Old Camdenians v Northchurch II (Burton Hole Lane) Luton Town and Indians II v. Sandridge (Spencer Meadows) Baldock Town v. Datchworth (Avenue Park) Luton Town & Indians II v Radlett III (Cobden Hill) 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) Broxbourne II v Cockfosters II (Chalk Lane) Chipperfield II v. Brimsdown II (Goldsdown Road) Hoddesdon II v Parkstone & Headstone (Saddlers Mead) West Herts II v Old Haberdashers II (Park Avenue) Old Haberdashers v Parkfield & Headstone (Saddlers Mead) Cheshunt v Chorleywood II (The Common) Southgate Compton v Preston II (Hadley Field) Datchworth v Clifton (Claybridge Ground) Baldock v. Chipperfield II (Chipperfield Common) Bayford & Hertford v West Herts II (Bayford) St Albans West Indian v Bayford and Hertford (Greenwood Park) 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) Parkfield and Headstone v Old Albanian ll (Woollams) Parkfield & Headstone v Berkhamsted II (Kitchener's Field) 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) Broxbourne II v Luton Town Indians II (Mill Lane Close) Botany Bay v. Baldock (East Lodge Lane) Northchurch v. Chipperfield II (The Common) Datchworth v. Parkfield (Saddlers Mead) Luton Town & Indians II v. Northwood II (Ducks Hill Road) Old Elizabethans v. St Margaretsbury II (Gypsy Corner) Datchworth v. Chorleywood II (The Common) Parkfield v. Hitchin II (Saddlers Mead) Datchworth v. Rickmansworth II (Datchworth Corner) Ware v Southgate Compton (Bell Lane) Southgate Compton v Broxbourne II (Mill Lane Close) 153

2005 2003 2003 2000 2001 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2011

06/08/2011 26/08/2000 03/09/2011 23/06/2001 12/07/2008 11/07/2009 23/07/2005 29/06/2002 04/08/2001 03/06/2000 10/05/2008 18/05/2002 27/07/2002 26/08/2000 10/08/2013 15/05/2010 02/05/2009 09/06/2001 08/08/2009 22/08/2009 04/09/2004 23/08/2008 09/07/2011 03/05/2003 21/06/2003 17/07/2004 05/07/2003 30/07/2011 25/08/2001 10/07/2010 25/06/2011 08/08/2009 21/07/2012 08/09/2012 28/07/2012 24/06/2000 27/08/2011 23/05/2009 04/05/2002 23/08/2003 10/06/2000 01/09/2001 27/06/2009 13/08/2011 12/08/2006 08/06/2002 01/06/2002 13/07/2002 13/05/2000 28/08/2010 02/09/2000 19/08/2000 25/08/2001 05/05/2007 12/07/2003 19/07/2008 02/06/2001 05/07/2003 03/09/2011 31/07/2010


Division Six

Most Runs In A Season 1004 909 758 758 743 738 735 719 711 710

B. Lydeamore (Southgate Compton) M. Hudson (Southgate Compton) M. Dyer (Waltham X Rosedale) M Vulimiri (Southgate Compton) P Gurney (Flitwick II) O. Dalrymple (Watton-at-Stone) J Webster (Ware) P Magafas (Ware) B. Williams (Watton-at-Stone) M. Cox (Southgate Compton)

Highest Individual Scores

165 156* 155* 153 153* 153 152* 149* 147 145 144 144* 144 144 143 143 140* 140 137* 137 136 135 135 134* 134* 133* 133 132* 132 132 131 130 129* 129* 129 127* 127* 126 126 126 125 125 125* 124* 124* 124 123 123* 123 122 122* 122* 122* 121* 121* 121* 121 121

M. Hubbard C. Xavier I. Schmid R. Hanna P. Morgan T. Hill J. Wrigglesworth D. Lane S Gwinnett J. Gordon R. Hanna W. Hughes C. Bright A. Singh R. Murphy J. Garnham R. Murphy B. Townsend S. Nicholls V. Tanner M. Bell Ajay S. Russell B. Pilay R. Hardy B. Lydeamore N J C Gandon C Godfrey J Hurrell J Sharp N J C Gandon O. Dalrymple C. Graham M. Bodo B. Lydeamore B. Lydeamore R. Patel C. Xavier D. Houghton J. Webster C. Fleming P. Gurney J. Eyre B. Williams A. R. L. Emerton R. M. Carter R. Thakkar R. Patel D. Burles J. Griffiths D. Woolley F. Smith J Cooper R. Baber D. Burles L. Frame A. Parkin J. Webster

2001 2003 2001 2009 2013 2002 2008 2010 2006 2002

704 699 698 695 677 672 660 655 643 636

B. Pilay (Old Centralians) R. Baber (Hexton) K. Watson (Northwood II) S Stephenson (Cheshunt) A Khan (Hatch End) G Thomason (Met Police Bushey) B. Townsend (Boxmoor) P Rothery (Sandridge) H Matcham (Old Cholmeleians II) A Summerfield (Flitwick II)

2000 2000 2004 2011 2009 2008 2006 2011 2010 2010

Bentley Heath v Letchworth Garden City III (Wrotham Park Estate) 08/09/2012 Cockfosters II v. Parkfield (Chalk Lane) 07/08/2004 Parkfield and Headstone v. Potters Bar III (Saddler’s Mead) 01/07/2006 Wormley v Old Finchleians (Church Lane) 08/06/2013 Eversholt II v. Hemel Hempstead II (Eversholt Recreational Ground) 14/07/2001 Hexton v. UCA (UCL Athletic Ground) 29/05/2004 Harpenden III v. Cockfosters II (Chalk Lane) 20/07/2002 Old Owens v. Cheshunt (Coopers Lane) 22/07/2000 Hitchin II v Hertford III (Balls Park ) 07/05/2011 Letchworth III v. Potters Bar III (Dame Alice Owens School) 23/06/2007 Wormley v Hertford III (Balls Park) 06/07/2013 Totteridge Millhillians III v St Margaretsbury (St Margaretsbury Recreation Gd) 15/08/2009 Berkhamsted II v. St Margaretsbury II (St Margaretsbury Recreation Gd) 16/07/2005 Hatfield Crusaders v. Preston II (Preston Cricket Ground) 10/05/2008 Northwood II v. Ampthill Town II (Ducks Hill Road) 18/05/2002 Preston II v. Watton-at-Stone (The Meadow) 15/07/2006 Northwood II v. Eversholt II (Ducks Hill Road) 19/07/2003 Boxmoor v. Totteridge II (Boxmoor Oval) 13/05/2006 UCA v. Cockfosters II (UCL Athletic Ground) 31/07/2004 Old Owens v. Waltham Cross Rosedale (Coopers Lane) 30/06/2001 Radlett IV v. Watford II (Cobden Hill) 08/09/2007 Old Centralians v. London Colney (Green Street, Shenley) 15/07/2000 Welwyn Garden City III v Old Albanian II (Welwyn Playing Fields) 14/08/2010 Old Centralians v. Old Cholmeleians (Hendon Wood Lane) 22/07/2000 Radlett IV v. Hitchin II (Lucas Lane) 10/06/2006 Southgate Compton v. Old Owens (Hadley Field) 28/07/2001 Hoddesdon II v Sandridge (Lowfield) 30/07/2011 Redbourn II v Sandridge (North Common Road) 14/05/2011 Hertford III v Sandridge (Balls Park ) 28/05/2011 Watford Town II v Preston II (Preston Cricket Ground) 06/08/2011 Hoddesdon II v Redbourn II (Lowfield) 04/06/2011 Watton-at-Stone v. Chipperfield II (The Meadow) 14/08/2004 Northwood II v. Holtwhites Trinibis II (Ducks Hill Road) 16/08/2003 Flitwick II v Redbourn II (North Common Road) 20/07/2013 Southgate Compton v. Abbots Langley II (Hadley Field) 25/08/2001 Southgate Compton v. Broxbourne II (Broxbourne Sports Club) 08/09/2001 Hertford III v. Preston II (Balls Park) 27/08/2005 Cockfosters II v. Hitchin II (Chalk Lane) 21/06/2003 Kings Langley II v. Boxmoor (Boxmoor Oval) 17/06/2006 Ware v. Hemel Hempstead III (Aldenham Road, Bushey) 14/06/2008 Redbourn II v Wheathampstead II (North Common Road) 18/05/2013 Flitwick II v Redbourn II (North Common Road) 20/07/2013 Radlett IV v. Preston II (Preston Cricket Ground) 01/07/2006 Watton-at-Stone v. Totteridge II (The Meadow) 17/06/2006 Welwyn Garden City III v. Radlett III (Welwyn Playing Fields) 28/06/2008 Hertford III v Watford Town II (Balls Park) 10/07/2010 Old Finchleians II v Wormley (Church Lane) 08/06/2013 Hertford III v. Preston II (Balls Park) 09/09/2006 Tewin v. Northwood II (Upper Green) 12/06/2004 St Margaretsbury II v Shenley Village (Shenley Cricket Centre) 01/06/2013 Hitchin II v. Welwyn Garden City III (Lucas Lane) 26/07/2008 Letchworth III v Chorleywood II (Fairfield Hall) 16/05/2009 Preston II v Shenley Village II (Shenley Park) 14/05/2011 Hexton v. Southgate Compton (Hadley Field) 22/07/2000 Tewin v. Ware (Upper Green) 12/06/2004 Southgate Compton v. Ware (Bell Lane) 08/09/2007 Hitchin II v. Broxbourne II (Lucas Lane) 29/07/2000 Ware v. Welwyn Garden City III (Welwyn Playing Fields) 31/05/2008 154


Most Wickets In A Season 62 61 60 56 55 54 54 52 52 51

R Stevenson (Wormley) I Iqbal (Leverstock Green II) L. Frame (Southgate Compton) H Zeb (Bentley Heath) P. Osgood (Hertford III) M. Batchelor (Ware) D Patel (Ware) G. Corbishley (Southgate Compton) M. Batchelor (Ware) W. Jones (Ware)

Best Bowling Performances

10-56 10-27 9-13 9-20 9-23 9-27 9-42 9-45 9-48 9-55 9-88 9-99 9-57 8-10 8-12 8-18 8-19 8-19 8-26 8-28 8-29 8-33 8-33 8-37 8-39 8-40 8-42 8-45 8-49 8-52 8-57 8-57 8-57 8-63 8-72 8-21 8-40 8-56 7-14 7-15 7-18 7-18 7-19 7-19 7-20 7-20 7-21 7-23 7-24 7-25 7-25 7-27 7-27 7-28 7-28 7-28 7-28 7-30 7-31 7-32

M. Evans P. Tidey I. Iqbal L. Frame M. Brownridge M. Jayasinghe R. Dolan S. P. Sattin S. Flint R. Stevenson P. McKinnon J. Murphy D. Ferguson J Murphy M. Robinson S. Navaee P. Jones W. Turner S. Khalique D.G. Sankey S. Navaee G. K. Gurney K Tirmizi S. Collins A. Hussein Z. Gitay D. Shelley R. Hodgkinson A. Buchanan L. Frame S. Collins G. Corbishley G. R. Carlton J Vadera P. Freebery D. Littlejohn S. R. Lyall R. Francis I. Goddard M. Willis R. Marrett Sabah Syed G. Fisher J. Edwins J. Vadera S. Navaee J. Lewis N. Martin I. Booth P. Amos M. Bridge P. Pennick K. Day L. Dendrickson S. Lyall S. Bowers G. Bentley I. Iqbal I. Booth R. Marrett

2013 2009 2007 2013 2005 2004 2009 2003 2003 2007

51 51 50 50 50 50 49 49 49 49

M. Robinson (St Margaretsbury II) J Murphy (Sandridge) S. Rider (Hertingfordbury) D Allen (Preston II) K Wheeler (Reed II) G Fisher (Knebworth Park III) C. Low (Millhillians II) W. Turner (UCA) I. Schmid (Parkfield) J Murphy (Sandridge)

2007 2011 2000 2009 2011 2013 2005 2005 2005 2012

Radlett IV v. Letchworth III (St Edmund’s College, Ware) 09/08/2003 Reed II v Radlett III (Cobden Hill) 23/06/2012 Leverstock Green II v Abbots Langley II (Manor House Ground) 08/08/2009 Southgate Compton v St. Margaretsbury II (St Margaretsbury Recreation Gd) 16/05/2009 Clifton v. Ampthill Town II (Woburn Road) 19/08/2000 Cavendish v. Abbots Langley (Row Hill Hall) 21/08/2004 Welwyn Garden City III v. Metropolitan Police Bushey (Aldenham Road) 21/06/2008 Chipperfield II v. Broxbourne II (The Common) 03/07/2004 Hitchin II v. Ware (Bell Lane) 08/09/2007 Wormley v Kings Langley II (Church Lane ) 07/09/2013 Abbots Langley II v. Letchworth III (Lucas Lane, Hitchin CC) 12/06/2004 Sandridge v Letchworth III (Fairfield Hall) 04/09/2010 Sandridge v Northwood II (Ducks Hill Road) 08/09/2012 Sandridge v Flamstead (Spencer Meadows) 20/08/2011 St Margaretsbury II v. Old Camdenians (St Margaretsbury Rec Ground) 19/05/2007 Totteridge Millhillians III v Hertford III (Balls Park) 08/06/2013 Clifton v. Harpenden III (Woburn Road) 15/07/2000 UCA v.Broxbourne III (UCL Athletic Road) 28/08/2004 Old Cholmeleians v Old Albanian II (Hendon Wood Lane) 08/05/2010 Hatfield v. Cheshunt (Albury Ride) 17/06/2000 Totteridge Millhillians III v St Margaretsbury II (Gypsy Corner) 15/06/2013 Chipperfield II v. Tewin (Upper Green) 01/06/2002 Bentley Heath v Potters Bar lll (Wrotham Park Estate) 06/08/2011 Leverstock Green II v. Harpenden II (Harpenden Common) 02/06/2001 Hatch End v Totteridge Millhillans III (Rowley Lane Sports Ground) 22/08/2009 Radlett III v Hemel Hempstead III (Met Police Bushey CC) 27/07/2013 Old Owens v. Hitchin II (Coopers Lane) 12/08/2000 Chorleywood II v Radlett IV (The Common) 18/07/2009 Old Albanian II v. Ampthill Town II (Ampthill Park) 08/06/2002 Southgate Compton v. Letchworth III (Hadley Field) 14/07/2007 Leverstock Green II v. Ampthill Town II (Bedmond Road) 09/09/2000 Southgate Compton v. Ware (Hadley Field) 12/07/2003 Chipperfield II v. Wheathampstead II (Nomansland Common) 23/08/2003 Northwood II v Cheshunt (Albury Ride) 18/06/2011 Hemel Hempstead Town III v Preston II (Aldenham Road) 21/08/2010 Leverstock Green II v Eversholt II (Eversholt Recreation Ground) 21/07/2012 Totteridge Millhillians III v Flitwick II (Rowley Lane) 04/08/2012 Bentley Heath v Radlett III (Cobden Hill) 30/06/2012 Hitchin II v. Letchworth III (Fairfield Park) 09/09/2006 Southgate Compton v. Abbots Langley II (Manor House Ground) 16/08/2008 Little Berkhamstead Sahibs v. Broxbourne II (Little Berkhamstead Rec Gd) 02/08/2003 Northchurch II v. Ware (The Meadow) 01/09/2007 Knebworth Park III v Bentley Heath (Wrotham Park Estate) 01/06/2013 Flitwick II v Wheathampstead II (Nomansland Common) 29/06/2013 Hatch End v. St. Margaretsbury II (Shaftesbury Field) 07/06/2008 Totteridge Millhillians III v Hemel Hempstead (Rowley Lane Sports Ground) 18/07/2009 Northwood v. Old Albanian II (Woollams Playing Fields) 28/08/2004 Wheathampstead II v. Tewin (Nomansland Common) 05/07/2003 Harpenden III v. Hatfield II (Ascots Lane) 22/07/2000 Hertford III v. Hexton (Balls Park) 30/07/2005 Letchworth III v. Southgate Compton (Fairfield Park) 07/06/2008 Harpenden III v. Holtwhites Trinibis II (St. George’s School). 11/05/2002 Waltham Cross Rosedale v. Cheshunt (Rosedale Sports Club) 31/08/2002 Southgate Compton v. Hatch End (Shaftesbury Playing Field) 31/08/2002 Radlett IV v. Wheathampstead II (Nomansland Common) 07/06/2003 Little Berkhamsted Sahibs v. Holtwhites Trinibis II (Holtwhites Hill) 23/08/2003 St Margaretsbury II v. Parkfield & Headstone (St Margaretsbury Rec Gd) 25/08/2007 Leverstock Green II v St Margaretsbury II (Bedmond Road) 09/05/2009 Harpenden III v. Ampthill Town II (St. George’s School) 17/06/2000 Little Berkhamsted Sahibs v. Eversholt II (Little Berkhamsted Rec Gd) 26/07/2003 155


Division Seven

Most Runs In A Season 880 805 805 777 738 696 696 687 683 682

M. Dyer (Waltham X Rosedale) A. Moore (Old Centralians) J. Al-Darraji (Shenley Village) B Irwin (Southgate Adelaide II) S. Nicholls (UCA) A. Moore (Old Centralians) M W Smith (Hexton) G. Thomason (Met Police Bushey) M. Smith (Hexton) H Matcham (Old Cholmeleians II)

Highest Individual Scores

179* 171* 163* 155 154* 153* 152 152* 146* 145* 145 144 141* 141 137* 137 133* 133 132* 132 131* 130* 130* 130* 130 129* 128* 128 128 127* 127* 127* 126 126* 126 126 125* 125* 125* 125* 125 125 123* 123* 123 122* 122 122 120* 120 120 120 119* 119* 119 118* 118 118 118

S. Norris C. Yorath M. Smith R. Blair R. Murphy M J Burgess S. Mohammed M. Dyer P. Macmurdie A. Summerfield D. Merryweather A Garratt H. Abdallah M. Hoffman M. Shah S. Divich V. Tanner R. Gillham D. Nichols M. Hoffman P. A. P. Driver D. Rowland M. Smith M. King M. Bhutiya E Kasthuriarachchi M. Williams H. Savani S. C. Vanakardi M. Barnes M. King G Randall N. Burman S. Ferguson A. Moore S. Jones L. Nagarapnum A. Hayes S. P. Willis M. King C. Lane M. King D. Rowland J. Al-Darraji S. Mazurek J. Whybrow G. Riddle A. Humphrey J. Holroyd S. Norris P. McDuell G Randall R. Afford M. Martin B. Irwin M. Turner B. Irwin H. Savani N. Pancharatnam

2000 2002 2003 2010 2003 2004 2013 2007 2007 2009

675 665 664 652 646 639 635 630 623

J Whybrow (Old Cholmeleians) M Martin (Reed II) H Abdallah (Watford Town II) Adnan Khan (Hatfield Crusaders) Karon Goel (Watford II) M Hubbard (Bentley Heath) A. Summerfield (Flitwick II) A. Moore (Old Centralians) T Mahmood (Southgate Adelaide II)

Eversholt II v. Elstree (Eversholt Recreation Ground) Redbourn II v. Kings Langley II (North Common Road) Hexton v. Graveley (Nine Acres) Redbourn II v. Northwood Town II (North Common Road) Northwood II v. Elstree (Aldenham Road) Abbots Langley II v Hexton (Manor House Ground) Great Gaddesden v Letchworth Garden City III (Bridens Camp) Waltham Cross Rosedale v. Elstree (Rosedale Sports Club) North Enfield II v. St Albans III (Strayfield Road) Flitwick II v. Dunstable III (Lancot Park) Old Finchleians II v. Old Cholmelians (Woodside Park) Eversholt II v Southgate Adelaide II (Walker Ground) Watford II v Eversholt II (Eversholt Recreation Ground) Northwood Town II v. Dunstable III (Lancot Park) Rickmansworth II v. Kings Langley II (Vicarage Lane) St. Albans III v. Elstree (Aldenham Road) Old Owens v. Reed II (Coopers Lane Road) Letchworth III v. Hatfield Crusaders (Lucas Lane, Hitchin) Eversholt II v. Northwood Town II (Chestnut Avenue) Northwood Town II v. Old Camdenians II (Burton Hole Lane) Welwyn Garden City III v. Reed II (Welwyn Playing Fields) Elstree v. Northampton Exiles II (Aldenham Road) Hexton v. Old Finchleians II (Higham Gobion Road) Reed II v. Northwood Town II (Blacksmith Lane) Dunstable III v Old Finchleians (Lancot Park) Boxmoor II v Hatfield II (St John's Oval) Northwood II v. Waltham Cross Rosedale (Ducks Hill Road) Old Finchleians II v Dunstable III (Woodside Park) London Colney II v Bentley Heath (Bentley Heath) Hertford III v. Sandridge II (Spencer Meadows) Reed II v. Welwyn Garden City III (Welwyn Playing Fields) Northchurch v Hexton (The Meadow) Old Albanian II v Abbots Langley II (Manor House Ground) St Albans III v Northwood Town II (Chestnut Avenue) Old Centralians v. Hertford III (Tolpits Lane) Harpenden IV v Hemel Hempstead IV (Old Owens Sports Club) Elstree v. Northwood Town II (Aldenham Road) Northchurch II v. Ware (OH) II (The Meadow) Welwyn Garden City III v. Old Finchleians II (Welwyn Playing Fields) Reed II v. Old Cholmeleians (Blacksmith Lane) Little Berkhamsted Sahibs v. Radlett IV (Little Berko Recreation Ground) Reed II v. Eversholt II (Eversholt Recreation Ground) Elstree II v. Radlett IV (Aldenham Road) Codicote v Waltham X Rosedale II (Bury Lane) Met Police Bushey v. Redbourn (North Common Road) Old Cholmeleians v. St Albans III (Hendon Wood Lane) Hertford II v. Botany Bay II (Balls Park) Boxmoor v Totteridge Millhillians IV (Boxmoor Oval) Tewin v. Berkhamsted II (Upper Green) Eversholt II v. Flitwick II (Eversholt Recreation Ground) Eversholt II v. Holtwhites Trinibis II (Kirkland Drive) Northchurch v Wheathampstead II (The Meadow) Hatch End v. Redbourn II (North Common Road) Reed II v Botany Bay II (Blacksmith Lane) Southgate Adelaide II v Cheshunt (Walker Ground) Knebworth Park III v. Cottered II (Old Knebworth Lane) Southgate Adelaide II v. Hoddesdon III (Roydon CC) Old Finchleians II v Waltham Cross Rosedale II (Woodside Park) Harpenden IV v Boxmoor II (Boxmoor Oval) 156

2009 2013 2009 2006 2006 2010 2007 2003 2013 28/05/2005 22/07/2000 26/05/2007 05/07/2008 23/06/2001 30/07/2011 18/05/2013 20/05/2000 23/07/2005 10/05/2008 17/05/2008 30/04/2011 02/05/2009 28/07/2001 23/08/2008 07/08/2004 17/07/2004 17/08/2002 26/05/2007 14/07/2001 26/05/2007 21/07/2001 07/07/2007 24/05/2008 22/05/2010 10/07/2010 22/07/2000 05/09/2009 24/07/2010 30/06/2001 26/05/2007 13/08/2011 27/07/2013 27/06/2009 25/05/2002 08/05/2010 09/08/2003 08/07/2006 11/08/2007 19/07/2008 17/08/2002 23/08/2008 09/06/2001 04/05/2013 23/06/2007 12/07/2008 07/06/2003 26/05/2012 15/07/2006 09/07/2005 05/05/2007 30/07/2011 20/05/2000 04/05/2013 22/08/2009 29/06/2002 05/07/2008 18/07/2009 15/08/2009


Most Wickets In A Season 65 61 60 58 55 54 52 50 50 48

Jigar Mehta (Hatfield Crusaders) D S Rogers (Flamstead) G. Robinson (Holtwhites Trinibis II) P Tidey (Reed II) S Khalique (Old Cholmeleians) B. Roberts (Kings Langley II) A McQueen (Watford Town II) M. Batchelor (Ware) P. Osgood (Hertford III) A. Green (Elstree)

Best Bowling Performances

9-24 9-44 9-61 9-79 9-65 8-16 8-17 8-19 8-21 8-22 8-24 8-25 8-25 8-26 8-29 8-30 8-31 8-31 8-32 8-34 8-34 8-35 8-42 8-43 8-45 8-46 8-47 8-47 8-48 8-51 8-53 8-53 8-54 8-59 8-59 8-60 8-62 8-62 8-68 8-79 8-36 8-44 8-49 8-61 7-6 7-8 7-11 7-12 7-15 7-15 7-16 7-17 7-19 7-19 7-19 7-20 7-21 7-21 7-21 7-21 7-22

T. Rees K. Savani N. J. M. Smith M. Schools B. Cohen A. Green I. Moxon-Booth R. Robertson M. Jayasinghe B Mwita R. Tant Nader Bawani N Martin N. Sinfield N. Marine G. H. Wynne G. Robinson R. Hattrell S Jones A. Shah A. P. T. Wilkinson P. Lucy G. Robinson P. Hall P. Hiskens A. Carr B. Cohen Campbell Stone O Johnson O. Robertson N. Raisborough S. Cragwell P. McDuell G. Rolt D. Shelley D. Bassill P. Osgood M. Williams C. Peemegama K. Ward K. Roberts A. Hussain A. J. Byrne P. Malhotra T. Forrest S. Marshall J. Fleming G. Hazakaria A. Canning R. Day P. Hiskens W. Jones O Robertson O Robertson J. Al-Darraji L. Sheldrake J. Jarvis Jigar Mehta M. Benfield K Savani M. Bridges

2007 2009 2001 2013 2009 2000 2009 2001 2004 2002

48 47 47 47 47 46 45 45 45

N J M (Smith Hexton) H. Davies (Hatch End) N. Raisborough (Potters Bar II) Campbell Stone (Broxbourne II) D Shelley (Shenley Village II) T C S Radcliffe (Hemel Hempstead III) A. Thomas (Leverstock Green II) A P T Wilkinson (Flamstead) R Day (Ickleford II)

Little Berkhamsted Sahibs v. Elstree (Aldenham Road) Old Finchleians II v Hatfield II (Ascots Lane) Hexton v Rickmansworth II (Park Road) Leverstock Green II v. Shenley Village (Shenley Park) Southgate Adelaide II v Old Albanian II (The Walker Ground) Elstree v. Hertford III (Balls Park) Harpenden IV v Old Finchleians II (St. George's School ) Reed v. Rickmansworth II (Blacksmith Lane) Cavendish v. Hatfield Crusaders (Birchwood Leisure Centre) Abbots Langley II v Old Finchleians II (Woodside Park) St. Albans III v. Holtwhites Trinibis II (Verulam School) Old Cholmeleians v. Graveley (Hendon Wood Lane) Wheathampstead II v Dunstable III (Nomansland Common) Redbourn III v. Hoddesdon II (North Common Road) Old Cholmeleians II v Old Finchleians II (Hendon Wood Lane) Hatfield II v Waltham X Rosedale (Ascots Lane) Holtwhites Trinibis II v. Northampton Exiles II (Clowes Ground) Old Owens v. Old Centralians (King George V Playing Fields) Harpenden IV v Chipperfield Clarendon III (Hervines Park, Amersham) Southgate Adelaide II v. Elstree (Aldenham Road) Flamstead v. Old Finchleians II (Friendless Oval) Codicote v Luton Town & Indians III (Lancaster Avenue) Holtwhites Trinibis II v. U.C.A. II (Holtwhites Hill) Old Albanian II v. Cottered II (Beech Bottom) Tewin v Old Finchleians II (Southover Park) Dunstable III v Cheshunt (Lancot Park) Southgate Adelaide II v. St Albans III (Verulam School) Broxbourne II v. Flitwick (Mill Lane Close) Northchurch II v Radlett IV (Cobden Hill) Radlett IV v Boxmoor (Cobden Hill) Potters Bar III v. Rickmansworth III (Dame Alice Owens School) Holtwhites Trinibis II v. Met Police Bushey (Kirkland Drive) Eversholt II v. Holtwhites Trinibis II (Kirkland Drive) Botany Bay II v. Wheathampstead (Nomansland Common) Shenley Village II v Watford II (Shenley Cricket Centre) Redbourn II v Dunstable III (North Common Road) Hertford III v. Hitchin II (Balls Park) St. Albans III v. Leverstock Green II (Bedmond Road) Radlett IV v Hemel Hempstead lV (Old Owens CC) Reed II v. Southgate Adelaide (Southgate Adelaide) Hertford III v Old Albanian II (Balls Park) Codicote v Offley & Stopsley (Kings Walden Road) Abbots Langley II v Codicote (Bury Lane) Boxmoor v Potters Bar III (Boxmoor Oval) Ware (OH) v. Holtwhites Trinibis II (Bell Lane) Hexton v Shenley Village II (Higham Gobion Road) St Albans III v Hexton (Higham Gobion Road) Watford II v St Albans III (Woodside) Watford II v. Elstree (Aldenham Road) Ickleford II v Potters Bar III (Dame Alice Owens School) Tewin v. Welwyn Garden City III (Upper Green) Ware (OH) v. Berkhamsted II (Bell Lane) Radlett IV v Knebworth Park II (Cobden Hill) Radlett IV v Kings Langley II (Cobden Hill) Codicote v Holwhites Trinibis II (Kirkland Drive) Waltham Cross Rosedale v. Elstree (Rosedale Sports Club) Botany Bay II v. Holtwhites Trinibis II (Holtwhites Hill) Hatfield Crusaders v. Hexton (Higham Gobion Road) Redbourn II v. Southgate Adelaide II (Walker Ground) Old Finchleians II v Northchurch II (Woodside Park) Botany Bay II v. Leverstock Green II (Bedmond Road) 157

2013 2000 2005 2007 2010 2000 2005 2008 2013

31/08/2002 02/05/2009 25/05/2013 30/08/2003 08/09/2012 13/07/2002 13/06/2009 02/07/2005 16/08/2003 23/07/2011 14/08/2004 09/09/2006 09/07/2011 11/08/2007 08/08/2009 22/05/2010 02/06/2001 16/08/2003 13/08/2011 01/07/2000 23/08/2008 17/08/2013 26/05/2001 08/07/2000 03/07/2010 20/06/2009 22/07/2006 01/09/2007 14/05/2011 28/08/2010 30/07/2005 01/09/2007 05/05/2007 04/09/2004 01/08/2009 08/08/2009 17/07/2004 17/07/2004 22/05/2010 17/05/2008 16/06/2012 18/08/2012 16/06/2012 12/05/2012 19/08/2006 08/08/2009 15/08/2009 08/08/2009 02/07/2005 27/07/2013 26/08/2006 02/09/2006 13/08/2011 13/08/2011 18/05/2013 20/05/2000 07/07/2001 28/07/2007 04/08/2007 06/08/2011 26/07/2003


Division Eight

Most Runs In A Season 1005 951 939 782 766 763 756 752 743 723

J Lituri (Northchurch II) P Hazell (Elstree) G. Thomason (Met Police Bushey) P McDuell (Eversholt II) A. Wright (Northchurch II) H Matcham (Old Cholmeleians II) B. L. Stephenson (Allenburys) Souvik Banerjeee (Botany Bay II) P Hazel (Elstree) M. Flack (Southgate Adelaide II)

Highest Individual Scores

170 170* 164 161* 161* 161* 156 155 155 154 151* 151* 149 146 146 145* 141* 139* 138* 138* 137 135* 135* 133* 133* 133 132* 132 131* 131 130 130 129* 128* 127* 127 126* 126* 126 125 124 124 124 123 122 122 121* 121* 121* 121 121 121 120* 120* 120 120 119 119 119

J. Lituri G.S.Tinsley H White T. G. Edwards M. S. Walters P. J. McDuell J Pearson J. Thorp A. Khan A. Pallett M. Manzoor K. Grant M.Shorts D. Sanders R. Boyd D. M. Watson K. Owen D. Mudd J. Thorp B. Rawson-Jones I. Afzal H.Matcham R.Hale B. Turner W. Langton O. Batson M. K. Davis K. Waters G.Barnaby C. Mercer R. Wells M. Chakravarti J. Eastwood J. Jenkins I. Cousins T. Aylott W. Hughes J. Lituri K. Chandracant J. Bates S.Banerjee A. Naik C Gillman K. Grant J. Duffin S. Plum J. Thorp A. Gypps T. Wootten O.R.D. White M. Davis B. Rawson-Jones D. Maskell A. Burt P Hazel I. D. Bowler K. Grant C. Kerr P. J. McDuell

2013 2009 2006 2010 2004 2008 2004 2010 2008 2004

695 679 658 649 646 637 635 631 629 625

M K Davis (Bayford & Hertford II) D Potter (Mill Hill Village) C Kerr (Allenburys) G Williams (Cockfosters III) O. Batson (Weston) A Hussain (Codicote) B L Stephenson (Allenburys) D D Burrell (Sawbridgeworth III) K Grant (Cheshunt) A C Blood (Chipperfield II)

Northchurch II v Old Camdenians II (The Meadow) Chipperfield Clarendon III v Northwood Town II (Hervines Park) Cockfosters III v Letchworth IV (Kirkland Drive) Welwyn Garden City III v. Ickleford (Welwyn Playing Fields) Welwyn Garden City III v. Stevenage III (Welwyn Playing Fields) Eversholt II v Botany Bay II (Eversholt Recreation Ground) Hemel Hempstead IV v Northampton Exiles II (Old Owens) Southgate Adelaide II v. Wormley (Walker Ground) Hatfield Crusaders v. Wormley (Church Lane) Hoddesdon III v. St Albans III (Lowfield) Watford II v. Southgate Adelaide II (Walker Ground) Cheshunt v. North Enfield II (Strayfield Road) Old Haberdashers II v. Hoddesdon III (Croxdale Road) North Enfield II v Sawbridgeworth III (Leventhorpe School) Knebworth Park III v. Hertford III (Balls Park) Flamstead v. Botany Bay II (Friendless Oval) Allenburys v. Cockfosters III (Roe Hill Hall) Hemel Hempstead IV v. Chipperfield II (Rudolf Steiner School) Southgate Adelaide II v. Watford II (Walker Ground) Northwood Town II v. Hemel Hempstead IV (Berkhamsted CC) Cockfosters III v Sawbridgeworth III (Leventhorpe School) Old Cholmeleians II v. Old Owens II (Coopers Lane) County Hall II v Northampton Exiles II (Leahoe) Stevenage III v Langleybury III (Hunton Bridge) County Hall II v Bayford & Hertford II (Bayford) Weston v. Redbourn II (North Common Road) Bayford & Hertford II v County Hall (Bayford) Totteridge Millhillians IV v. Cheshunt (Albury Ride) County Hall II v Mill Hill Village (Leahoe) Bayford and Hertford II v. Ickleford II (Walnut Way) Cockfosters III v. Elstree (Holtwhites Trinibis CC) Northampton Exiles II v County Hall II (Leahoe) Northwood Town v. Letchworth III (Chestnut Avenue) London Colney II v. Redbourn II (Green Street) Ickleford II v Botany Bay II (Walnut Way) Wormley II v Bayford & Hertford II (Church Lane) County Hall II v Cockfosters III (Holtwhites Trinibis CC) Northchurch v Langleybury III (Hunton Bridge) Hoddesdon III v County Hall II (Roydon CC) Stevenage III v Cockfosters III (Holtwhites Trinibis CC) Botany Bay II v Knebworth Park IV (Old Knebworth Lane) Northampton Exiles II v Sawbridgeworth III (Leventhorpe School) North Enfield II v Holtwhites Trinibis II (Kirkland Drive) Cheshunt v. Wheathampstead II (Albury Ride) London Colney II v. County Hall II (Green Street) Northampton Exiles II v Sawbridgeworth III (Leventhorpe School) Southgate Adelaide II v. Welwyn Garden City III (Walker Ground) Dunstable III v. County Hall II (Lancot Park) Botany Bay II v. London Colney II (East Lodge Lane) 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) Cheshunt v. Totteridge Millhillians IV (Albury Ride) Northwood Town II v Langleybury III (Chestnut Avenue) Elstree v. Chipperfield II (Aldenham Road ) Sawbridgeworth III v Met Police Bushey II (Leventhorpe School) Cheshunt v. Wormley II (Church Lane) Allenburys v Sawbridgeworth III (Harris' Lane) Eversholt II v Holtwhites Trinibis II (Eversholt Recreation Ground) 158

2010 2013 2008 2009 2006 2011 2009 2009 2008 2008 01/06/2013 08/05/2010 21/05/2011 05/07/2003 21/08/2004 12/06/2010 04/05/2013 19/07/2003 13/08/2005 01/07/2006 19/06/2004 30/08/2008 30/08/2003 01/06/2013 12/08/2000 19/05/2007 05/08/2000 28/06/2008 19/06/2004 26/08/2006 02/06/2012 21/06/2008 05/06/2010 20/06/2009 15/05/2010 06/05/2006 15/05/2010 23/08/2008 06/07/2013 18/08/2001 02/08/2008 18/08/2012 22/07/2000 11/06/2005 29/08/2009 08/05/2010 20/06/2009 11/05/2013 23/05/2009 19/06/2010 27/06/2009 03/07/2010 14/05/2011 24/05/2008 23/07/2005 03/07/2010 12/06/2004 06/05/2006 29/07/2006 07/07/2001 30/08/2003 25/06/2005 23/08/2008 31/08/2013 19/07/2008 11/08/2012 26/07/2008 30/05/2009 07/08/2010


Most Wickets In A Season 78 63 61 60 59 57 55 55 53 53

T. A. Savanhu (Wormley II) S. Long (Met Police Bushey) B Roberts (Waltham X Rosedale II) S England (Cheshunt) M. Brown (County Hall II) G. Robinson (Holtwhites Trinibis II) A. P. T. Wilkinson (Flamstead) S Cragwell (Holtwhites Trinibis II) A. P. T. Wilkinson (Flamstead) A Jones (Baldock)

Best Bowling Performances

9-25 9-46 9-69 9-36 8-7 8-8 8-8 8-12 8-12 8-14 8-15 8-15 8-22 8-25 8-27 8-30 8-31 8-32 8-36 8-37 8-43 8-51 8-51 8-54 8-56 8-57 8-71 8-72 8-75 8-84 7-12 7-12 7-13 7-19 7-20 7-21 7-22 7-22 7-23 7-23 7-24 7-25 7-28 7-28 7-29 7-30 7-30 7-31 7-31 7-31 7-32 7-32 7-33 7-33 7-33 7-34 7-34 7-34 7-34 7-35

J. Hollis R. M. Robertson A. Wild J. Cheeseman Jnr A. P. T. Wilkinson R. Blackman N.Shorts T. A. Savanhu M Samulak S Dempsey M.Javaid G. Downes M. Hunt R. Thiruchelvam J. Absolam C. Kerr T. A. Savanhu S. Long P.Shah M. Blackwell S. Mahmood J. Worley B. A. Samson A. J. O'Donovan L. Pepper D. C. Garratt H. White K Butt J. D. Bateman J. Williamson T. A. Savanhu L Stafford I. R. Brown H. Khan S. Singh U. Atta Tahir Zafarullah M. Brown D. Worth G.Barnaby G. Evans G B Parish R. Khan D. Naik M. Peckham S. Edwards M. Brown C. Cobb A. P. T. Wilkinson K. Kelly G. Gostling J Worley K. Lunniss A. Pallett T. D. Gray S.H.Gelber C.Kerr M. McCabe D. Sanders R. M. Robertson

2001 2006 2008 2008 2002 2000 2007 2008 2005 2013

52 52 52 52 50 49 48 48 47 47

M. Langford (UCA II) K. Lunniss (Allenburys II) M. Batchelor (Ware OH)) R. Pyrah (Potters Bar III) A. Carr (Dunstable III) S R Lyall (Totteridge Millhillians IV) J Cheeseman Jnr (Great Gaddesden) D Sanders (North Enfield II) J. D. Bateman (Welwyn Garden City III) M. Taylor (Welwyn Garden City III)

Ickleford II v. Reed II (Walnut Way) Reed II v. Langleybury III (Hunton Bridge) Ickleford II v. London Colney II (Walnut Way) Great Gaddesden v Langleybury III (Bridens Camp) Flamstead v. Hatfield II (Ascots Lane) London Colney II v. Welwyn Garden City III (Green Street, Shenley) Old Haberdashers II v. North Mymms III (Old Owens CCC) Wormley II v. London Colney II (Church Lane) Bayford & Hertford II v Cockfosters III (Bayford) Knebworth Park lV v. Elstree (Aldenham Road) Old Haberdashers II v. North Enfield II (Strayfield Road) Weston v. Bayford and Hertford II (Weston Park) Hoddesdon III v. Stevenage III (Ditchmore Lane) Old Owens II v Langleybury III (Coppers Lane) Harpenden IV v. Wheathampstead II (St George’s School) Allenburys v Holtwhites Trinibis II (Kirkland Drive) Wormley II v. Hatfield Crusaders (Church Lane) Met Police Bushey v. Northwood Town II (Aldenham Road) County Hall II v. Cockfosters III (Leahoe) Hoddesdon III v. Dunstable II (Roydon CC) Chipperfield Clarendon III v Holtwhites Trinibis II (Hervines Park) Cockfosters III v Totteridge Millhillians IV (Holtwhites Trinibis CC) Chipperfield Clarendon III v Stevenage III (Ditchmore Lane) Sawbridgeworth III v Kings Langley II (Vicarage Lane) Wormley II v. Harpenden IV (St George’s School) Eversholt II v Chipperfield Clarendon III (Hervines Park) Cockfosters III v Totteridge Millhillians IV (Rowley Sports Ground) Holtwhites Trinibis II v Letchworth IV (Fairfield Hall) 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) Langleybury III v Old Owens II (Hunton Bridge) Stevenage III v Bushey II (Ditchmore Lane) Dunstable III v Sawbridgeworth III (Lancot Park) Holtwhites Trinibis II v. Ickleford II (Walnut Way) Old Owens II v Hatfield Hyde II (Coppers Lane) Weston v. County Hall II (Leahoe) County Hall II v. Clarendon II (Leahoe) Southgate Adelaide II v. Bayford and Hertford II (Bayford) County Hall II v. Wormley II (Church Lane) Shenley Village II v. Botany Bay II (Shenley Park) Sawbridgeworth III v Waltham X Rosedale III (Rosedale Sports Club) Dunstable III v Baldock II (Avenue Park) Northampton Exiles II v Hatfield Hyde II (Clowes Sports Ground) 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) Met Police Bushey v. Hatfield II (Aldenham Road) Flamstead v. Monken Hadley (Friendless Oval) Langleybury III v Cockfosters III (Holtwhites Trinibis CC) Sawbridgeworth III v Eversholt II (Leventhorpe School) Cockfosters III v Knebworth Park IV (Old Knebworth Lane) Allenburys v. Reed II (Blacksmith Lane) Hoddesdon III v. Northwood Town II (Roydon CC) Chipperfield Clarendon III v Northampton Exiles II (Clowes Ground) Old Haberdashers II v. Stevenage III (Ditchmore Lane) Allenburys v. North Enfield II (Harris' Lane) Botany Bay II v Bushey II (East Lodge Lane) North Enfield II v Hemel Hempstead IV (Old Owens CC) Reed II v. Wormley II (Church Lane) 159

2000 2000 2003 2004 2007 2010 2012 2013 2003 2005

07/07/2001 09/06/2001 19/05/2001 11/08/2012 20/08/2005 24/05/2003 24/06/2006 11/08/2001 20/08/2011 28/06/2008 24/05/2003 23/07/2005 14/08/2004 06/07/2013 02/06/2007 15/08/2009 01/09/2001 02/09/2006 03/05/2008 30/04/2005 10/07/2010 06/06/2009 13/06/2009 10/07/2010 28/07/2007 24/07/2010 04/09/2010 02/07/2011 14/06/2003 02/09/2006 07/07/2001 21/05/2011 31/07/2010 03/08/2013 24/06/2000 10/08/2013 17/06/2006 24/06/2006 26/06/2004 24/05/2008 05/07/2008 02/07/2011 13/07/2013 17/08/2013 17/06/2006 02/06/2001 17/08/2002 19/08/2006 30/06/2007 21/08/2010 01/05/2010 09/07/2011 10/06/2000 07/08/2004 15/05/2010 07/05/2008 05/07/2008 05/09/2009 17/08/2013 16/08/2003


Division Nine

Most Runs In A Season 913 880 728 723 708 692 686 680 680 666

G. Williams (Cockfosters III) M K Davis (Bayford & Hertford II) M Hughes (Letchworth IV) P Hazell (Elstree) G. Thomason (Met Police Bushey) G. Thomason (Met Police Bushey) B. Willingham (Shenley Village III) R Smith (Greenwood Park) H Davies (Hatch End II) M Shore (Little B. Sahibs)

Highest Individual Scores

181* 172* 169 168 167 155* 155* 155* 154* 153* 152* 151* 146* 142 137* 135* 134 133* 133 132* 130* 129 129* 129 128* 128* 128 126 124* 124* 123 123* 123* 122* 122* 122 121* 121 121 120* 120* 120* 120 120 119 118* 118* 118 118 118 117* 117* 117 117 117 116* 116* 115* 115*

P. Hazell J. Hare D. DeRosa Z Mahmood M. Barton P. G. Marshall H. Davies S. Bulger H. Matcham C. Sargeant N. Corbett G. Williams S. McNamara A. Hills J Spencer M. Baker L. Frey C Sleeman M. Hughes L. Holmes R. Smith M.Shore S Pokharkar J. Akhtar K. Rowswell D. A. Stephenson M. Imran C. Sargeant L. Goldsmith N. Robinson L. Woodhouse A. Wright A. E. Birtwistle S. A. Levey L Richards H. Davies S. Fahey D. Jayawardena H. Rogers A. Stolerman A. Webb L. Woodhouse Shaid Manzoor K. J. Whitehead S. Gregory L. Hawkins M. Hughes M. Samulak D. Burne C. Schaw T. Shilling H. Matcham E. Carlisle G. Newman R. Smith P. Hinson K. Atre R. Ball L. Frey

2003 2013 2009 2010 2005 2004 2006 2010 2010 2013

653 651 637 636 635 624 624 622 618 617

M. Hughes (Harpenden IV) K Atre (Old Camdenians II) R. Cairns (Old Camdenians II) A Arora (Greenwood Park) T. Shilling (Elstree II) S Manzoor (Bushey II) A. Webb (Potton Town II) M K Davis (Bayford & Hertford II) L. Hawkins (Monken Hadley) J Eyre (Greenwood Park)

Elstree v Leverstock Green III (Parmiters School) Ickleford Cricketers v. North Mymms III (Hitchin Boys’ School) Hoddesdon III v. Clifton II (Claybridge Ground) Old Haberdashers II v Watton-at-Stone II (Croxdale Road) Broxbourne III v Greenwood Park CC (Mill Lane Close) Hexton II v. Langleybury III (Higham Gobion Road) Hatch End II v Potters Bar IV (Shaftesbury Field) Met Police Bushey II v Broxbourne III (Mill Lane Close) Old Cholmeleians II v. Parkfield and Headstone II (Saddlers Mead) Broxbourne III v Potters Bar IV (Mill Lane Close) 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) Northwood Town II v London Colney II (Chestnut Avenue) Codicote v Letchworth IV (Bury Lane) Greenwood Park v. Old Owens (Greenwood Park) Berkhamsted II v Reed III (Kitchener's Field) Bushey II v Wormley II (Church Lane) Letchworth IV v Parkfield & Headstone II (Fairfield Hall) Met Police Bushey v. North Mymms III (Aldenham Road) Greenwood Park v Monken Hadley (Greenwood Park) Little Berkhamstead Sahibs v Bayford & Hertford (Church Road) Allenburys v Leverstock Green III (Harris' Lane) Old Elizabethans II v Reed III (Freman College) Old Owens II v. Old Camdenians II (Burton Hole Lane) Allenburys v. Bayford and Hertford II (Bayford) Rising Stars v. Old Owens II (Woodside) Broxbourne III v Metropolitan Police Bushey II (Mill Lane Close) Totteridge II v. Hatfield Crusaders (Roe Hill Hall) Broxbourne III v Sandridge II (Mill Lane Close) Hatch End v Little Berkhamstead Sahibs (Church Road) 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) Codicote v Elstree (Bury Lane) Hatch End II v Hatfield Hyde II (King George V Playing Fields) Southgate Compton II v. Cockfosters III (Hadley Field) Cavendish v. County Hall II (Leahoe) Potters Bar IV v Hoddesdon III (Roydon CC) Totteridge v. Old Owens II (Totteridge Green) Potton Town II v. Sandridge (Spencer Meadows) Hatch End v Hertford IV (Aldenham Road) Bushey II v. Old Camdenians II (Burton Hole Lane) Hatfield II v London Colney II (Ascots Lane) Knebworth Park IV v. Northchurch II (The Meadow) Monken Hadley v. Cockfosters III (Cockfosters) Letchworth IV v Luton Town & Indians III (Lancaster Avenue) Bayford and Hertford II v. Old Haberdashers III (Bayford) Rickmansworth III v Greenwood Park (Woodside Ground (Watford CC)) Berkhamsted II v Northwood Town II (Kitchener's Field) Elstree II v. Hemel Hempstead IV (Aldenham Road) Old Cholmeleians II v. Bushey II (Eastbury Road) Potters Bar III v. Shenley Village (Laings) Harpenden IV v. Greenwood Park (St George’s School) Greenwood Park v Leverstock Green (Parmiters School) Northchurch II v. Hoddesdon III (Richard Hale School) Old Camdenians II v Hatfield Hyde II (Burton Hole Lane) Langleybury III v. Potters Bar IV (Dame Alice Owens School) Berkhamsted II v Hertford IV (Balls Park) 160

2006 2009 2004 2013 2002 2011 2005 2009 2002 2009 03/07/2010 19/08/2006 01/09/2001 09/07/2011 10/07/2010 19/07/2003 24/07/2010 24/07/2010 04/08/2007 03/07/2010 14/05/2005 10/05/2003 14/06/2005 11/08/2012 04/09/2010 20/08/2005 07/09/2013 06/08/2011 05/09/2009 28/05/2005 17/07/2010 07/09/2013 11/06/2011 01/09/2012 03/07/2004 05/08/2006 24/07/2004 24/07/2010 20/05/2000 20/06/2009 08/06/2013 19/08/2000 28/07/2001 29/07/2006 21/08/2010 15/05/2010 19/07/2003 04/08/2001 21/08/2010 29/06/2002 03/09/2005 06/07/2013 04/08/2007 28/07/2012 24/08/2002 07/09/2002 13/06/2009 28/07/2007 27/06/2009 01/09/2012 01/06/2002 02/06/2007 02/09/2000 06/05/2006 26/06/2010 04/09/2001 07/08/2010 28/06/2008 17/08/2013


Most Wickets In A Season 74 68 62 62 61 58 55 54 50 50 50

T. Head (Northchurch II) B. Roberts (Waltham X Rosedale II) J. Vadera (Hatch End II) K Samarakoon (Hatfield Hyde II) H Davies (Hatch End II) M. Brown (County Hall) S. James (Greenwood Park) G. Gregory (Clarendon II) M. Rehman (Totteridge II) A. Bayes (Stevenage III) S. James (Greenwood Park)

Best Bowling Performances

10-20 10-51 9-26 9-62 9-65 8-21 8-22 8-23 8-24 8-26 8-27 8-29 8-30 8-30 8-31 8-32 8-35 8-35 8-36 8-40 8-40 8-42 8-44 8-45 8-47 8-53 8-77 8-78 8-81 8-104 8-22 8-36 8-36 8-38 7-9 7-9 7-11 7-12 7-12 7-14 7-16 7-16 7-17 7-19 7-20 7-21 7-22 7-23 7-23 7-23 7-23 7-23 7-25 7-25 7-26 7-26 7-26 7-27 7-28 7-28

T. Jones D. Milesi N. Farouk H. Davies M. Rehman T. Laverack J. Patel M. Chalkley K Samarakoon K. Tirmizi R. Pyrah A. Jones C. Kerr M. Lewarne Waseem Pervez G. B. Parish K. Doshi G. Roberts J. Zani M. Brown R. Swanton M Brown N. Grant M. Hunt A. McElligott J. P. Scott K. Shah G. Perrin W. Pervez A. Szemiako A. Jones A. McElligott R. Jones J. Bryson M. Singh A Grover K Turner T. Head G. Evans T. Britton G. B. Parish E. Gunning L. Bullock P. R. Cole A.D.Sofat S. Gandy M. Terry P. Swaffield A. P. T. Wilkinson K Kelly M. Tattersall A Woodward J. Cartwright M. Jayasinghe T. Brasier D.Barnard J. Vadera I. Holden B. Roberts J. Zani

2003 2003 2007 2011 2009 2001 2002 2002 2002 2003 2004

50 50 49 48 47 47 46 45 45 45 45

E. Gunning (Langleybury III) D. Crawley (Langleybury III) J. Cartwright (Graveley) C. Keppel (Clarendon II) S. H. Gelber (Old Haberdashers) J. Zani (Old Cholmeleians II) D Barnard (Allenburys) M. Terry (North Mymms III K Kelly (Langleybury III) A Woodward (Bovingdon) S Dight (Berkhamsted II)

Bentley Heath v. Langleybury III (Wrotham Park Estate) Broxbourne III v Monken Hadley (Mill Lane Close) Elstree II v. Met Police Bushey (Aldenham Road, Bushey) Hatch End v Rickmansworth III (Park Road) 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) Hertford IV v Pirton (Balls Park) Hatfield Hyde II v Harpenden Dolphins (King George V Playing Fields) Bentley Heath v. Stevenage III (Ditchmore Lane) Potters Bar III v. Potton Town II (Potters Bar) Northchurch II v. Datchworth II (Datchworth Green) Allenburys v. Stevenage III (Ditchmore Lane) Berkhamsted II v Broxbourne III (Mill Lane Close) Greenwood Park v. Sandridge II (Spencer Meadows) Sawbridgeworth III v. Stevenage III (Leventhorpe School) Old Camdenians II v North Enfield II (Burton Hole Lane) Bovingdon v Hatfield & Crusaders III (Bovingdon Green) Old Cholmeleians II v. Baldock II (Hendon Wood Lane) County Hall II v. Clifton II (Claybridge Ground) Monken Hadley v. Sandridge II (Spencer Meadows ) Allenburys v Watton-at-Stone II (The Meadow) 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) Elstree v Leverstock Green III (Parmiters School) Sandridge II v. Old Camdenians (Burton Hole Lane) Greenwood Park v. Sandridge (Tippendell Lane) County Hall v. Totteridge (Totteridge Green) Baldock II v Berkhamsted III (Avenue Park) Hoddesdon III v Watton-at-Stone (Heath Mount School) Old Elizabethans II v Wormley II (Church Lane) Bovingdon v Parkfield & Headstone II (Bovingdon Green) Luton Town & Indians III v Datchworth II (Lancaster Avenue ) Broxbourne III v Rickmansworth III (Park Avenue) Leverstock Green III v Northwood Town II (Parmiters School) Northchurch II v. Met Police (Bushey) (The Meadow) Shenley Village II v. Greenwood Park (Shenley Park) Monken Hadley v Old Camdenians II (Hadley Common) 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. Met Police Bushey (Friendless Oval) Hatfield & Crusaders III v Pirton (Walnut Tree Road) 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) Langleybury III v. Weston (Hunton Bridge) Offley & Stopsley v Letchworth IV (Kings Walden Road) Bovingdon v Harpenden Dolphins (Bovingdon Green) Graveley v. Clarendon (Nine Acres) Cavendish v. Cockfosters III (Oaklands) Monken Hadley v. Weston (Weston Park) Allenburys v Knebworth Park IV (Old Knebworth Lane) Hatch End v Allenburys (Aldenham Road) Harpenden Dolphins v Parkfield & Headstone II (Saddler's Mead) Waltham Cross Rosedale v. Southgate Compton II (Hadley Field) Old Cholmeleians II v. Langleybury III (Hunton Bridge) 161

2005 2005 2001 2005 2000 2007 2013 2002 2008 2011 2013 26/07/2008 09/05/2009 26/07/2003 10/08/2013 20/07/2002 08/09/2001 02/07/2005 01/06/2013 20/08/2011 30/08/2008 04/08/2001 02/09/2000 14/07/2007 20/07/2013 20/05/2006 17/06/2006 10/07/2010 10/08/2013 09/06/2007 05/05/2001 24/05/2008 23/07/2011 16/08/2003 15/06/2002 26/05/2001 13/07/2002 03/07/2010 17/05/2008 05/07/2008 29/07/2000 16/06/2012 30/06/2012 18/08/2012 21/07/2012 29/08/2009 30/04/2011 02/07/2011 21/06/2003 28/08/2004 29/08/2009 04/09/2004 02/07/2005 30/08/2003 15/05/2004 11/05/2013 07/07/2001 04/09/2004 19/05/2001 22/05/2004 30/08/2008 16/05/2009 25/06/2011 09/06/2001 01/09/2001 31/07/2004 18/05/2013 13/07/2013 08/05/2010 10/05/2003 21/07/2007


Division Ten

Most Runs In A Season 783 751 702 682 673 667 661 649 639 619

L Richards (Codicote) H. Matcham (Old Cholmeleians II) K. Shinner (Ickleford Cricketers) R Fells (Northwood III) R Mackey (Northwood III) J Borkhataria (Abbots Langley III) S. P. Dare (Chorleywood III) G. Williams (Cockfosters III) B. Cashin (Shenley Village II) A Naik (Northampton Exiles II)

Highest Individual Scores

201* 182 171 167 162 160* 159* 157* 157* 153* 152* 146 143 142* 141 138* 136* 136 136 135* 135 134 133 133* 132* 131 131 130 126 125 125 125 125 124 123* 123* 123 123 122* 122 121* 121 120* 120 119* 119 119 119 117* 117* 117 116* 116* 116 116 116 116

N Shah L. Strickland S Dibb L. Richards L. Richards N. Robinson B. Cashin V. Muller J Chapman R Cooper R. Fells B. Brooks M. Rasheed N.Powell Chris Wright P. Butcher J. Howard M. J. Lacey H Davies I P Mccarthy J. Blackburn R. Mackey A. Dukes R Mackey P. T. Marshall M. Moerdyk C.Sargent A. Higgs R. Bridgeman H. Patel D. Brettell Zaheer Nawaz J. Borkhataria D. Daniell J. Lyons M Cara D. Sanders O Toms S.Anwar G Chapman T. Martin J. Borkhataria C. Rayner S Dare L. Wilde T. Walker S. Langridge J. Borkhataria Jaymin Borkhotoria N Pointing H. Matcham S. Toms L. Wilde N. Amin M. Fisher F. Dare D. Camm

2009 2006 2005 2008 2009 2009 2006 2006 2001 2008

614 609 600 599 597 590 589 584 573 567

Zaheer Nawaz (Bushey II) B. Cashin (Harpenden Dolphins) M. Imran (Rising Stars) S Dibb (Hitchin III) P Warren (Great Gaddesden) R Ballard (Boxmoor II) M. J. Lacey (Harpenden Dolphins) A. Clowes (Old Cholmeleians II) T Allum (Little B. Sahibs) H Davies (Hatch End)

Mill Hill Village v Little Berkhamsted Sahibs (Recreation Ground) Bovingdon v Dunstable IV (Bovingdon Green) Hitchin III v Abbots Langley III (Lucas Lane) Codicote v Shenley Village III (Old Camdenians CC) Codicote v Metropolitan Police Bushey II (Bury Lane) Broxbourne III v. Potton Town II (Mill Lane Close) Harpenden Dolphins v. West Herts III (Woodside Playing Fields, Watford) Old Elizabethans II v. Ickleford II (Walnut Way) Frogmore v Kings Langley III (Ruldolf Steiner School) Hitchin III v Sandridge II (Spencer Meadows) Northwood III v. Shenley Village II (Northwood) Chorleywood III v Old Elizabethans II (Westwood Park) Luton Town & Indians IV v North Mymms III (Hawkshead Lane) Broxbourne III v. Rickmansworth III (Mill Lane Close) Boxmoor II v Kings Langley III (Boxmoor Oval) Ware II v. Kings Langley III (Highfields) Pirton v Boxmoor II (Boxmoor Oval) Harpenden Dolphins v. Kings Langley II (Rothamsted Park) Hatch End v Welwyn Garden City IV (Aldenham Road) North Mymms III v Sandridge II (Royal Veterinary College) Bovingdon v Kings Langley III (Rudolf Steiner School) Northwood III v Bovingdon (Bovingdon Green) Boxmoor II v West Herts III (Boxmoor Oval) Northwood III v West Herts III (Merchant Taylors' School) Sawbridgeworth III v. Stevenage IV (Bishop’s Stortford CC) Old Cholmeleians II v. Ware (OH) II (Ferneux Pelham CC) Broxbourne III v. Northampton Exiles II (Mill Lane Close) Hoddesdon III v Sandridge II (Lowfield) 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) Abbots Langley III v Shenley Village III (Bedmond Sports Club) Abbots Langley III v Shenley Village III (Bedmond SC) Chorleywood III v Old Elizabethans II (Westwood Park) Mill Hill Village v Northwood III (Great Missenden) Potton Town v. Shenley Village III (Rowley Lane Sports Club) Kings Langley v Reed III (Vicarage Lane) North Mymms III v Kings Langley III (Rudolf Steiner School) Datchworth II v Berkhamsted IV (Kitchener's Field) Ickleford II v. Abbots Langley III (Walnut Way) Abbots Langley III v Hitchin III (Toms Lane) Harpenden Dolphins v. Clifton II (Claybridge Ground) Chorleywood III v Reed III (Freman College) Welwyn Garden City IV v Hertingfordbury II (St Mary's Lane) Langleybury III v. Cheshunt II (Hunton Bridge) Knebworth Park V v. Clifton II (Knebworth Recreation Ground) Abbots Langley III v Weston (Weston Park) Abbots Langley II v. Northwood III (Thomas Parmiter Sports Centre) Datchworth II v Abbots Langley III (Merchant Taylors School) Old Cholmeleians II v. Northampton Exiles III (Hendon Wood Lane) Chorleywood III v. Old Haberdashers (Westwood Park) Welwyn Garden City IV v Stevenage IV (Welwyn Playing Fields) Kings Langley III v. Broxbourne III (Kings Langley School) Bragbury v. Boxmoor II (Boxmoor Oval) Chorleywood III v. West Herts III (Westwood Park) Sandridge II v Great Gaddesdon (Spencer Meadows)

162

2005 2002 2003 2011 2010 2013 2004 2006 2011 2011 09/07/2011 24/07/2010 30/07/2011 25/07/2009 20/06/2009 02/08/2008 31/08/2002 01/07/2006 11/06/2011 14/05/2011 05/07/2008 19/06/2010 25/05/2013 17/05/2008 27/06/2009 29/06/2002 22/05/2010 22/05/2004 09/07/2011 04/06/2011 22/08/2009 20/06/2009 06/07/2013 30/07/2011 08/06/2002 31/08/2002 03/05/2008 08/06/2013 06/05/2000 31/07/2004 06/08/2005 03/09/2005 23/05/2009 03/07/2010 19/06/2010 02/07/2011 26/05/2007 04/06/2011 04/05/2013 22/05/2010 09/09/2006 04/08/2012 14/06/2008 28/05/2011 25/05/2013 26/06/2004 14/05/2005 05/09/2009 15/07/2006 20/07/2013 03/09/2005 28/06/2008 10/08/2013 31/05/2003 29/07/2006 17/05/2008 24/07/2010


Most Wickets In A Season 69 67 60 57 56 55 54 53 52 51

A.P.T.Wilkinson (Flamstead) M Rose (Chorleywood III) H Davies (Hatch End) P Reeve (Northwood III) J. Zani (Old Cholmeleians II) P Lucy (Codicote) A. J. Tillbrook (St. Thomas) D J Searle (North Mymms III) D. Allen (Ickleford Cricketers) I Montague (Northampton Exiles II)

Best Bowling Performances

9-22 9-27 9-38 9-39 9-44 9-62 8-21 8-21 8-23 8-23 8-24 8-25 8-25 8-26 8-32 8-33 8-33 8-34 8-37 8-39 8-39 8-41 8-42 8-47 8-54 8-61 8-62 8-80 8-90 8-104 8-28 7-5 7-9 7-10 7-10 7-13 7-15 7-16 7-16 7-17 7-17 7-17 7-18 7-18 7-21 7-21 7-21 7-22 7-22 7-23 7-24 7-25 7-26 7-26 7-27 7-27 7-27 7-27 7-28 7-29

M. Akers A. Wright I. R. Mackay D. Camm T. Britton P. S. James J. Brooks N Borkhataria J. Byatt Jittu Vadera N. J. Rice M. Lewis S. Bowers D. Allen B. Roberts S Godfrey P.Reeve D Overton T. Roche D. Crancher A Price T. Morse C. Harvey B. Woodbridge H. Andrews I. Holden P. Reeve H. Williams H. Andrews D.J.Searle J. Vadera J. A. Bovaird I Khan J. R. P. Hill S. Flint P Solanki K. Tirmizi K. Siyodia A Razzaq A. J. Tillbrook J. Cartwright B. Wilson R. Toms M. Dunning G. Deck Habib Alam M. Tattersall M. Cook D. Murray A. Bower F. Mirza A. J. Tillbrook C. Lewis J. Laskowski M. Hunt R. Jackman R. Wells G. Perrin A. J. Tillbrook S. Flint

2003 2009 2011 2009 2006 2009 2000 2013 2005 2008

50 47 47 46 46 46 45 45 45

S iranganti (Stevenage IV) M. Cook (Monken Hadley) C Richards (Codicote) P. G. Bracey (Graveley) H. Williams (Southgate Compton II) E. Gunning (Langleybury III) P. Kilduff (Dunstable IV) J. Brooks (Harpenden Dolphins) S Bowers (Little B. Sahibs)

Datchworth II v. Dunstable IV (Lancot Park) Kings Langley III v North Mymms III (Rudolph Steiner School) Welwyn Garden City IV v. Old Cholmeleians II (Ottway Walk) Sandridge II v Luton Town and Indians IV (Spencer Meadows) Monken Hadley v. Hoddesdon III (Richard Hale School, Hertford) Sawbridgeworth III v. Hatch End II (Ferneux Pelham CC) Harpenden Dolphins v. Baldock II (Rothamsted Park) Abbots Langley III v Chorleywood III (Bedmond SC) Waltham Cross Rosedale II v. Watford III (Woodside Playing Fields) Hatch End II v. Knebworth Park IV (Shaftesbury Field) Chorleywood III v. Hatfield Hyde II (King George V Playing Fields) Baldock Town II v. Hatch End II (Shaftesbury Field) Little Berkhamsted Sahibs v Kings Langley III (Little Berkhamsted Rec Gd) Ickleford Cricketers v. St Albans IV (Hitchin Boys School) Waltham Cross Rosedale II v. Letchworth IV (Letchworth) Old Elizabethans II v Welwyn Garden City IV (Welwyn Playing Fields) Northwood III v Flamstead II (Great Missenden Pelicans CC) Mill Hill Village v Pirton (Burton Hole Lane) Harpenden Dolphins v. Chorleywood III (Rothamsted Park) Abbots Langley III v. Hatfield Hyde II (King George V Playing Fields) Boxmoor II v Welwyn Garden City IV (Welwyn Playing Fields) Letchworth IV v. Luton Town & Indians III (Lanchester Park) Watton at Stone II v Datchworth II (Heathmount School) Ickleford Cricketers v. Harpenden Dolphins (Hitchin Boys School) Ware II v. Harpenden Dolphins (Rothamsted Park) Harpenden Dolphins v. Hatfield Hyde II (Rothamsted Park) Northwood III v Bovingdon (Bovingdon Green) Southgate Compton II v. Luton Town & Indians II (Hadley Field) Ware II v. West Herts III (West Herts) North Mymms III v Flamstead II (Chancellors School) Hatch End v West Herts III (Aldenham Road) Sawbridgeworth III v. Old Cholmeleians II (Hendon Wood Lane) Boxmoor II v Radlett V (Boxmoor Oval) Sawbridgeworth III v. Stevenage II (Ash Tree Field, Stort CC) Letchworth IV v. Dunstable III (St Christopher’s School) Abbots Langley III v St Albans IV (Verulam School) Bentley Heath v. Knebworth Park V (Wrotham Park Estate) Luton Town and Indians III v. Stevenage IV (Wardown Park) Kings Langley III v Chorleywood III (Westwood Park) St. Thomas v. Ware (OH) II (Highfields) Graveley v. Hexton II (Nine Acres) Knebworth Park IV v. West Herts III (Baldwins Lane) Chorleywood III v. Elstree II (Aldenham Road) Chorleywood III v Frogmore (Westwood Park) Old Cholmeleians v. Berkhamsted III (Kitchener’s Field) Bushey v. Baldock II (Aldenham Road) Offley and Stopsley v. Ickleford II (Lower Wardown, Luton) Monken Hadley v. Sawbridgeworth III (Hadley Common) Leverstock Green III v. West Herts III (Parmiters School) Waltham Cross Rosedale II v. Shenley Village II (Rosedale Sports Club) Hatfield Hyde II v Abbots Langley III (King George V Playing Fields) St. Thomas v. West Herts III (Town Mead) Baldock II v. Hatfield Hyde II (Avenue Park) Pirton v Bovingdon (Walnut Tree Road) Hoddesdon III v. North Mymms IV (Richard Hale School) Hatch End II v. Two Woods (Shaftesbury Playing Fields) Cockfosters III v. Dunstable IV (Tudor) Sandridge II v Flamstead II (Friendless Lane) St. Thomas v. Graveley (Nine Acres) Letchworth III v. Luton Town and Indians III (Lancaster Avenue) 163

2013 2000 2009 2001 2004 2004 2003 2006 2009 22/05/2004 30/06/2012 07/07/2001 17/08/2013 05/08/2000 24/06/2000 26/08/2006 02/07/2011 18/08/2001 04/06/2005 29/07/2006 16/07/2005 11/07/2009 16/07/2005 12/08/2000 28/05/2011 29/06/2013 11/06/2011 06/05/2006 11/08/2006 03/09/2011 04/09/2004 04/09/2010 18/06/2005 05/07/2003 10/06/2006 20/06/2009 28/08/2004 21/07/2001 13/07/2013 11/08/2012 10/06/2000 25/06/2011 09/09/2000 07/05/2005 11/07/2009 19/07/2003 10/07/2004 18/06/2011 10/06/2000 19/07/2000 07/07/2001 02/06/2007 10/08/2013 18/05/2002 02/07/2005 14/07/2007 06/05/2000 07/06/2008 01/07/2000 15/08/2009 15/07/2000 08/07/2006 31/07/2010 19/08/2000 20/07/2002 03/09/2005 25/05/2013 08/07/2000 30/07/2005


Division Eleven Most Runs In A Season 867 798 778 769 767 701 700 692 667 611

E. J. Riddle (Hertford IV) C. Rawlings (Frogmore) C. Rawlings (Frogmore) K. Shinner (Ickleford Cricketers) S. P. Dare (Chorleywood II) A Albon (Frogmore) D. Pursey (Ickleford Cricketers) K Walker (Southgate Compton II) I. Smith (Flamstead) N. Brady (Hertingfordbury III)

Highest Individual Scores

177 173* 170* 162 160 157* 153* 153 148* 148* 144 143* 140 139 137* 137* 136 136 135 135 134 134 132 131 128* 127 126* 125* 125* 125 124* 123* 123* 123 122* 122 121* 121* 121* 120* 120* 119 119 118* 118* 118 117 116* 116 116 115* 115* 115 115 114 114 113 113* 112*

N. Aylieff D. Smith M. Lovitt C Rawlings C. Wallis I. Smith E. J. Riddle M. King S. Hoar R. Davis I. Smith C Rawlings R. Watson C. Lee D. Pursey C Whitworth H. Sookraj J Al-Darraji K. Shinner J. Chapman Samitha Jayakody S. Evans M. Baskett A. Hardwicke E. J. Riddle M. Tipper N. Powell D. Barker J. Lewis A. Nicolas M. Jones I. Wicks E. J. Riddle P. Butcher B. Irwin R. T. Furber I. Smith D. P. Doyle C. Hughes G. George T. W. Small A. Naik T. Willoughby D. Walker R. Cant S. J. Ashman J. Kamruddin D. Jordan C. Rawlings S. P. Dare E. J. Riddle Maseeh Naeem A. Hardwicke T. Ellis E. J. Riddle J Kitteringham M. Bodo M. Lenton A. Griffiths

2007 2003 2004 2004 2005 2009 2004 2010 2002 2005

605 601 595 592 582 579 577 572 567 561

N. Siddiqui (Southgate Adelaide III) M. Baskett (Frogmore) E. J. Riddle (Hertford III) D Patel (Northampton Exiles III) P Warren (Great Gaddesden) T Clare (Radlett V) A Madduri (Hatfield Crusaders II) S Gwinnett (Hitchin III) P Stalin (Hatfield Crusaders II) S Harley (Hertingfordbury II)

Bentley Heath v. Ibis (Hunton Park) Letchworth V v Old Albanian III (Woollam Playing Fields) Abbots Langley II v. Rickmansworth III (Thomas Parmiter Sports Centre) Frogmore v St Margaretsbury III (Park Street Lane) Southgate Compton II v Hertford IV (Balls Park) Flamstead v. Bentley Heath (Friendless Oval, Flamstead) Hertford IV v. St Margaretsbury III (Balls Park) Reed III v Hitchin II (Freman College, Buntingford) 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) Holtwhites Trinibis III v Met Police Bushey III (Aldenham Road) Broxbourne III v. Northampton Exiles II (Clowes Ground) Ickleford Cricketers v. Frogmore (Park Street Lane) Stevenage IV v Hertingfordbury II (St Mary's Lane) St. Albans West Indian v. Dunstable IV (Lancot Park) Shenley Village III v St Margaretsbury III (St Margaretsbury Recreation Gd) Ickleford Cricketers v. Frogmore (Park Street Lane) Frogmore v North Mymms IV (Aldenham Road, Bushey) Potters Bar IV v. Abbots Langley III (Parmiter’s School) Leverstock Green III v. Met Police Bushey II (Parmiters School) Frogmore v Waltham Cross Rosedale III (Frogmore) Berkhamsted III v Boxmoor II (Boxmoor) Hertford IV v Cheshunt II (Balls Park) Watton-at-Stone II v Southgate Compton II (Heath Mount School) Broxbourne III v. Waltham Cross Rosedale III (Rosedale Sports Club) Potters Bar IV v. Rickmansworth III (Dame Alice Owens School) Potters Bar IV v. Shenley Village III (Shenley Park) St. Margaretsbury III v. Frogmore (Park Street Lane) North Mymms III v. Bushey II (Coopers Lane) St Margaretsbury III v. Kings Langley III (Rudolph Steiner School) Hertford IV v. Hertingfordbury II (Balls Park) Ware II v Hertingfordbury (St Mary’s Lane) Southgate Adelaide III v. Hatfield Crusaders III (Walker Ground) 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) Letchworth V v Frogmore (Park Street Lane) Hertingfordbury II v. Potters Bar IV (St Mary’s Lane) Sawbridgeworth IV v. Met Police Bushey II (Town Fields) Northampton Exiles II v. Old Albanian III (Clowes Ground) Ickleford III v Cheshunt II (Albury Ride) 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) Hertford IV v. Southgate Adelaide III (Balls Park) Reed III v Southgate Adelaide III (Barrowell Green) Berkhamsted III v Frogmore (Park Street Lane) Watton-at-Stone II v Southgate Adelaide III (Clowes Ground) Hertford IV v. Hertingfordbury II (St Mary’s Lane) St Margaretsbury III v Sawbridgeworth IV (St Margaretbury Recreation Gd) Flitwick III v Potters Bar IV (Wrest Park) Cheshunt II v. Rising Stars (Woodside) Radlett V v Cheshunt II (Queens' School, Bushey) 164

2006 2006 2006 2009 2008 2009 2010 2010 2009 2009 12/05/2001 22/08/2009 14/06/2003 22/05/2004 26/06/2010 17/08/2002 29/07/2006 19/06/2010 05/08/2000 24/06/2006 01/09/2001 12/06/2004 11/08/2012 26/05/2007 28/08/2004 30/04/2011 24/06/2000 04/06/2011 28/08/2004 23/05/2009 16/07/2005 24/06/2006 03/07/2010 26/06/2010 17/07/2010 01/08/2009 09/06/2007 17/06/2006 02/09/2006 22/05/2004 31/05/2003 10/07/2006 19/07/2008 13/08/2005 28/06/2008 17/06/2006 18/08/2001 30/08/2003 04/07/2009 15/07/2006 21/06/2008 05/08/2006 26/05/2012 05/08/2000 05/07/2003 30/07/2005 29/05/2004 09/09/2006 31/05/2003 17/07/2004 08/09/2007 15/08/2009 16/05/2009 13/06/2009 11/08/2007 30/07/2011 04/05/2013 13/07/2002 30/05/2009


Most Wickets In A Season

64 C Richards (Codicote) 2008 62 D Rhodes (Southgate Compton II) 2009 59 D. Allen (Ickleford Cricketers) 2003 54 D. Allen (Ickleford Cricketers) 2004 54 D. Rhodes (Southgate Compton II) 2006 52 K Wood (Shenley Village III) 2013 51 M. J. T. Rose (Chorleywood III) 2005 51 G Watkins (Cheshunt II) 2009 51 K Wood (Shenley Village III) 2011 49 M. J. T. Rose (Chorleywood III) 2003

48 48 48 47 46 45 43 42 42 42 42

Best Bowling Performances

10-49 9-5 9-16 9-18 9-20 9-20 9-27 9-32 9-35 9-36 9-55 9-56 9-57 9-71 8-9 8-11 8-17 8-19 8-22 8-26 8-27 8-28 8-28 8-28 8-31 8-34 8-35 8-38 8-39 8-41 8-42 8-44 8-47 8-52 8-60 8-66 8-79 8-83 8-94 7-0 7-6 7-9 7-12 7-12 7-17 7-19 7-23 7-26 7-29 7-29 7-29 7-29 7-31 7-32 7-32 7-32 7-33 7-34 7-35 7-36

S. Clarke K. Wood C. Bollig D. Allen H. D. M. Morter J. Byatt D. Murphy M. J. T. Rose A. Cook C Starr J. Sherwood Zak Iqbal S Clarke D. Barker J. Jarvis P. Kilduff Z Mughal K. Ruane M. Burke P. Reeve I. Minter D. Allen P. Reeve D. Rhodes D. Allen J. Reza P. Reeve P. Reeve J. Byatt G. Burton C Starr G. Watkins G. Burton S. Gough Numan Khan U. Zaman C. J. Howard D. Allen M. J. T. Rose K. Butt N. Mackey M. Dobbs P. Kilduff M Worthington B. Sunderland M. Lewis A. Scears A. Gujar C. Lewis K. Rana G Watkins J. Edwins A. Lee M. J. T. Rose C. Hosier D. Murphy N. Sahni A. P.T. Wilkinson D. Mantle C. Sander

A. Cook (Flamstead) D. Osman (Broxbourne III) P. Reeve (Northwood III) P. Solanki (Abbots Langley II) J Byatt (Waltham X Rosedale II) I. Montague (Northampton Exiles II) A. P. T. Wilkinson (Flamstead) D. Rhodes (Southgate Compton) J Maple (Pirton ) D Worth (Southgate Compton II) D Allen (Preston III)

Met Police Bushey II v. Sawbridgeworth IV (Leventhorpe School) Shenley Village III v Chipperfield Clarendon III (Hervines Park) Knebworth Park V v. Baldock II (Aston CC) Ickleford Cricketers v. Leverstock Green III (Hitchin Boys’ School) Sawbridgeworth IV v Cheshunt II (Leventhorpe School) Waltham Cross Rosedale III v North Mymms IV (Rosedale Sports Club) Knebworth Park V v. Codicote (Bury Lane) Chorleywood III v. Potters Bar IV (Westwood Park) Flamstead v. Bentley Heath (Wrotham Park Estate) Hatfield Crusaders II v Knebworth Park V (Roe Hill Hall) Old Albanian III v. Rickmansworth III (Park Road) Shenley Village III v. Ware (OH) II (Richard Hale School) Met Police Bushey II v. Kings Langley III (Aldenham Road) Potters Bar IV v. Kings Langley III (Rudolf Steiner School) Botany Bay III v St Margaretsbury III (St Margaretsbury Recreation Ground) Dunstable IV v. Broxbourne III (Broxbourne) Northampton Exiles III v Old Albanian III (Woollams Playing Fields) Shenley Village III v. Ware II (Shenley Park) Met Police Bushey v. Chorleywood III (Westwood Park) Northwood III v. Wormley III (Church Lane) Dunstable IV v. Flamstead (Lancot Park) Ickleford Cricketers v. Abbots Langley III (Thomas Parmiter Sports Centre) Northwood III v. Southgate Compton II (Amersham) Southgate Compton II v. Hertford IV (Hadley Field) Ickleford Cricketers v. Rickmansworth III (Hitchin Boys’ School) Radlett V v Southgate Compton II (Queens' School, Bushey) Northwood III v. Luton Town & Indians III (Northwood) Northwood III v. St Margaretsbury III (Amersham) Waltham Cross Rosedale III v. Met Police (Bushey) II (Aldenham Road) Mill Hill Village II v Shenley Village III (Napsbury Park) Hatfield Crusaders II v Knebworth Park V (Roe Hill Hall) Cheshunt II v Knebworth V (Albury Ride) Mill Hill Village II v Potton Town II (Burton Hole Lane) Cheshunt II v Radlett V (Queen's School ) Southgate Adelaide III v. Sawbridgeworth IV (Potter Street CC) St. Albans IV v. Rickmansworth III (Verulam School) Sawbridgeworth IV v Reed III (Much Hadham CC) Ickleford Cricketers v. Bushey II (Hitchin Boys’ School) Chorleywood III v. Luton Town & Indians III (Wardown Park) Holtwhites Trinibis III v Northampton Exiles III (Kirkland Drive) 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) Potton Town II v Sawbridgeworth IV (Leventhorpe School) Two Woods v. Rickmansworth III (Aldenham Road) Baldock II v. Wormley III (Avenue Park) Hemel Hempstead V v. Wormley III (Rudolf Steiner School) Hatfield Crusaders II v. Hertford IV (King George V playing fields, WGC) Baldock Town II v. Wormley III (Church Lane) Northwood III v. Sawbridgeworth IV (Marigolds, Harlow CC) Cheshunt II v Letchworth Garden City V (St Christopher's School) Flitwick III v Botany Bay III (East Lodge Lane) Luton Town III v. Rickmansworth III (Wardown Park) Chorleywood II v. Hertingfordbury II (Westwood Park) Northampton Exiles II v. West Herts III (Clowes Ground) Knebworth Park V v Cheshunt II (Albury Ride) Knebworth Park V v Potton Town II (The Hollow) Flamstead v. Broxbourne II (Friendless Oval) Knebworth Park V v. Radlett lV (St Edmund's College, Ware) Frogmore v. Southgate Compton II (Hadley Field) 165

2002 2002 2005 2005 2009 2007 2000 2007 2009 2009 2013 22/07/2006 03/08/2013 24/08/2002 31/05/2003 16/05/2009 22/08/2009 28/06/2008 25/06/2005 30/06/2001 02/07/2011 08/07/2006 22/05/2004 08/07/2006 24/06/2006 29/06/2013 03/06/2000 13/08/2011 02/07/2005 02/06/2001 11/05/2002 24/06/2000 31/05/2003 18/06/2005 08/07/2006 12/07/2003 29/08/2009 17/05/2003 04/06/2005 02/06/2007 27/07/2013 10/07/2010 01/05/2010 13/07/2013 08/05/2010 11/06/2005 28/06/2003 14/06/2008 02/08/2003 09/08/2003 31/08/2013 24/05/2003 06/08/2005 05/08/2000 20/08/2011 23/06/2001 07/08/2004 09/08/2003 05/07/2008 26/07/2003 25/06/2005 14/05/2011 10/08/2013 20/05/2000 10/07/2004 22/07/2006 20/06/2009 01/06/2013 15/06/2002 31/05/2008 16/07/2005


Division Twelve Most Runs In A Season 964 723 613 603 580 564 547 546 523 521

S G Bulger (North Mymms IV) D Saunders (Preston IV) M. Terry (North Mymms IV) P. Warren (Great Gaddesden) G Ayhe (Hemel Hempstead V) L. Richards (Codicote) W. Abrahams (Ibis) R Dawson-Goodey (Old Owens III) A Patel (Tewin II) C Whitworth (Stevenage IV)

Highest Individual Scores

180* 171* 169* 166* 166 162* 161* 158* 150* 149* 147 143* 138* 136* 133* 133* 132 131 130 128 128 127 126 125 123* 123* 123 123 122 119 118 116* 116 115 113* 113 112 111 111 111 110 110 108* 108 108 108 107 107 107 106* 106 105 105 105 104* 104* 104*

W. Abrahams M. J. Robertson A. Patel T. Nicholls A. R. L. Emerton M. Dyer L. Richards D. M. Watson Qasim Hayani W. Abrahams G. Ahye T. Speller K. Brady K. Lotzoff G. Keene S. G. Bulger R. B. Mills D. Blacktopp M Horwood K. Lotzof C. Whitworth S.G.Bulger S. Carter C. Murphy R. Boyes D. Waight G. Swaby S.G.Bulger S.G.Bulger A. Patel Omar Saeed E. J. Riddle R. Metselaar P Jenkins M. Ford F. Siddiqui G Keene M. Robertson T Ellis K West A. Latham N. Siddiqui K. Lotzof A. G. Craig M Heath H. Amin J. Arnold S. King G. Ahye S Baig J. Gray R. Anderson J. Q. Heslam T. Powell O. Dalrymple K. Vachhani J. Sleeman

2008 2013 2006 2007 2009 2007 2004 2008 2009 2009

517 513 509 495 495 488 483 473 463 458

K Vachhani (Old Albanian IV) G Keene (Met Police Bushey III) J Gray (Hitchin III) G. Keene (Met Police Bushey) S Shirley (Luton Town & Indians IV) C Whitworth (Stevenage IV) E. J. Riddle (Hertford IV) D Saunders (Preston III) D. Waight (Watton-at-Stone II) T Ellis (Watton-at-Stone II)

Ibis v. Monken Hadley II (Bentley Heath CC) Sawbridgeworth IV v. Tewin (Bishop’s Stortford CC, Cricketfield Lane) Tewin II v Shenley Village IV (Upper Green) Waltham Cross Rosedale III v. Wormley III (Rosedale Sports Club) Tewin II v. Knebworth Park VI (Upper Green) Waltham Cross Rosedale III v. Welwyn Garden City III (Welwyn PF) Codicote v. Broxbourne III (Bury Lane) Flamstead II v. Hitchin III (Flamstead Oval) Two Woods v. Chorleywood II (Met Police Ground, Bushey) Ibis v. Old Albanian III (Bentley Heath CC) Hemel Hempstead V v Preston III (Woodside) Waltham Cross Rosedale III v. Sawbridgeworth IV (Rosedale Sports Club) Cockfosters IV v St Margaretsbury III (St Margaretsbury Rec Ground) Monken Hadley II v. Hertford IV (Balls Park) Met Police Bushey II v. North Mymms IV (Aldenham Road) North Mymms IV v. Ware II (Aldenham Road, Bushey) Thorley II v. Potters Bar IV (Thorley Lane) Potters Bar IV v. Tewin II (Owens School) Chiltern 06 v Ware II (Chauncy School, Ware) Monken Hadley v. Tewin II (Hadley Field) Stevenage IV v Monken Hadley II (King George V Playing Fields) North Mymms IV v. Northampton Exiles III (Aldenham Road, Bushey) Hertingfordbury II v. Baldock II (St Mary’s Lane) St. Albans IV v. Harpenden IV (St George’s School) Monken Hadley v. Hoddesdon IV (Roydon CC) Watton-at-Stone II v. North Mymms IV (The Meadow) St. Margaretsbury IV v. Old Albanian III (St Margaretsbury Rec Ground) North Mymms IV v. Potters Bar V (Old Owens CC) North Mymms IV v. Hemel Hempstead V (Aldenham Road, Bushey) Tewin II v Flamstead II (Friendless Lane) Southgate Adelaide III v. Tewin II (Upper Green) Hertford IV v. Watton-at-Stone II (Balls Park) Potters Bar v. Old Camdenians (Owens School) Mill Hill Village II v Southgate Compton II (Hadley Field) Hatfield III v Stevenage IV (Ascots Lane) Southgate Adelaide III v. Thorley II (Chandos Avenue) Met Police Bushey III v Redbourn III (Redbourn Recreation Centre) Reed III v. Flamstead II (The Heath) Watton-at-Stone II v. Berkhamsted III (Heath Mount School) Met Police Bushey III v Berkhamsted IV (Aldenham Road) Harpenden V v Rickmansworth IV (Rothamsted Park) Southgate Adelaide III v. Shenley Village III (Woodside) Monken Hadley v. Potters Bar IV (Dame Alice Owens School) North Mymms IV v. St Margaretsbury IV (St Margaretsbury Rec Ground) Letchworth V v. Cockfosters IV (St Christopher's School) Old Albanian IV v Flamstead II (Friendless Lane) Botany Bay III v. Rising Stars (East Lodge Lane) Datchworth III v. Botany Bay III (East Lodge Lane) Hemel Hempstead V v Ware II (Bell Lane) Northampton Exiles III v. Ware II (Bell Lane) Hitchin III v. Flamstead II (Friendless Lane) Potters Bar IV v. Botany Bay III (Owens School) Reed III v. Stevenage IV (Ditchmore Lane) Parkfield & Headstone III v Hatfield III (Old Camdenians) Watton-at-Stone II v. Monken Hadley (Heath Mount) Old Albanian IV v Hatfield III (King George V Playing Fields) Bushey III v Bentley Heath II (Wrotham Park Estate)

166

2009 2011 2008 2004 2010 2008 2005 2009 2004 2008 21/08/2004 03/07/2004 29/08/2009 17/06/2006 17/06/2006 30/07/2005 26/05/2007 19/07/2008 08/07/2000 07/08/2004 18/07/2009 24/07/2004 26/06/2010 28/05/2005 31/07/2004 23/08/2008 19/07/2003 31/07/2004 30/04/2011 09/08/2003 04/07/2009 26/07/2008 04/08/2001 01/06/2002 02/08/2003 29/05/2004 12/06/2004 30/08/2008 14/06/2008 04/07/2009 12/07/2003 11/06/2005 19/06/2004 21/05/2011 24/07/2010 26/07/2003 13/08/2011 28/07/2007 06/09/2008 14/05/2011 25/05/2013 02/08/2003 07/08/2004 28/05/2005 28/06/2008 27/06/2009 21/07/2001 02/09/2006 22/08/2009 19/07/2008 19/07/2008 31/05/2003 04/08/2007 31/07/2010 08/07/2006 30/05/2009 20/07/2013


Most Wickets In A Season 60 56 53 51 50 49 45 45 44 44

J Morris (Southgate Adelaide III) P Ashby (Stevenage IV) Z Khan (Watford Town III) S Emmins (Redbourn III) R Clayton (Watton-at-Stone II) D Bly (Ware II) R. Clayton (Watton-at-Stone II) M Terry (North Mymms IV) J Lee (Redbourn III) H Choudhry (Luton Town & Indians IV)

Best Bowling Performances

10-38 9-27 9-35 9-37 9-37 9-21 8-19 8-23 8-26 8-27 8-30 8-33 8-37 8-38 8-45 8-50 8-67 8-47 8-55 7-7 7-8 7-10 7-10 7-10 7-12 7-12 7-16 7-17 7-17 7-18 7-19 7-19 7-19 7-22 7-22 7-22 7-22 7-23 7-23 7-25 7-25 7-27 7-29 7-29 7-30 7-31 7-32 7-33 7-33 7-34 7-37 7-38 7-38 7-39 7-39 7-40 7-41 7-41 7-41 7-42 7-43

K. Jeyanathan A. Chaudry J. E. Josiah T. Hemingway N. Johnson T. Abbas A Singh S. Avers S Emmins Sailesh Patel K Mistry R. B. Mills W. Welch R. Crawford C. Williams C. Bollig M.Terry J. Vin B. Dearman U. Zaman H. Choudhry N. Frid Y. Nadeem R. Clayton R. Evans Z. Khan J. Mihill R. Brooker J. I. Inman M. Anil A. Jenkins R. Clayton R. Clayton C. Starr K. Mistry S Emmins A Payton R. B. Mills Chris Slade C. Bollig V. Rajput J. Mohmand C. Hodge C Slade S. Radcliffe M. Barrett P. Ashby S Westbury Z. Khan S Janjua S. Bhattia S. Morgan Z. Khan T. Powell S Emmins A. Draper S. Clarke A. Lague B. Dearman S.G.Bulger D Raval

2013 2009 2013 2011 2008 2009 2005 2008 2010 2010

42 41 40 39 39 39 39 38 38 37

E J Riddle (Hertford IV) P. Ashby (Stevenage IV) N. Johnson (Met Police Bushey II) A Beaton (Hitchin III) P Ashby (Stevenage IV) J Lee (Redbourn III) G Robinson (Holtwhites Trinibis III) A. G. Foster (Hatfield III) L Verringa (Preston III) P Ashby (Stevenage IV)

2005 2007 2005 2008 2008 2009 2010 2000 2010 2010

Stevenage IV v Hatfield Crusaders III (King George V Playing Fields) 10/07/2010 Northampton Exiles III v. Hitchin III (Clowes Ground) 16/08/2008 Ibis v. Botany Bay III (East Lodge Lane) 10/06/2000 Knebworth Park V v. St. Albans IV (Verulam School) 04/08/2001 Met Police Bushey II v. Monken Hadley II (Hadley Common) 09/07/2005 Watford Town III v Hatfield Crusaders III (Datchworth Sports Club) 26/05/2012 Cockfosters IV v Harpenden V (Rothampstead Experimental Station) 09/07/2011 Wormley III v. North Mymms IV (Church Lane) 14/08/2002 Redbourn III v Luton Town & Indians IV (Redbourn Recreation Centre) 18/06/2011 Luton Town & Indians IV v Redbourn III (North Common Road) 18/06/2011 Hatfield Crusaders III v Southgate Compton II (Datchworth CC) 13/08/2011 Thorley II v. Waltham Cross Rosedale III (Queen’s School, Bushey) 05/07/2003 Watton-at-Stone II v. Old Albanian III (The Meadow) 10/07/2004 Monken Hadley II v. Datchworth III (Hadley Common) 07/07/2007 Waltham Cross Rosedale III v. Hoddesdon IV (Rosedale Sports Club) 14/06/2003 Knebworth Park V v. Harpenden IV (St George’s School, Harpenden) 09/06/2001 North Mymms IV v. Letchworth V (St Christopher's School) 16/08/2008 Hatfield Crusaders III v Old Albanian III (Woollam Playing Fields) 08/09/2012 Harpenden V v Stevenage V (Damask Green) 01/09/2012 St Albans IV v. Hoddesdon IV (Verulam School) 06/07/2002 Luton Town & Indians IV v Rickmansworth IV (Park Road) 15/05/2010 Knebworth Park V v. Wormley (Watton Road) 19/05/2001 Rising Stars v. Wheathampstead III (Sandringham School) 07/07/2001 Watton-at-Stone II v. Hitchin III (Heath Mount) 07/06/2008 Knebworth Park VI v. Ware II (Knebworth Recreation Ground) 05/08/2006 Watford Town III v Broxbourne III (Woodside) 17/08/2013 Harpenden IV v. Ibis (St George’s School) 08/06/2002 Met Police Bushey II v. Hemel Hempstead V (Aldenham Road) 23/07/2005 Flamstead II v Metropolitan Police Bushey III (Aldenham Road) 15/08/2009 Stevenage V v Old Albanian III (St Christopher's School) 03/08/2013 Shenley Village III v. Hoddesdon IV (Roydon CC) 07/06/2003 Watton-at-Stone II v. Wormley III (Wormley Playing Fields) 01/07/2006 Watton-at-Stone II v. Tewin II (Upper Green) 31/05/2008 Hatfield Crusaders v. Met Police Bushey (Roe Hill Hall) 04/08/2007 Parkfield & Headstone III v Hatfield III (Old Camdenians) 31/07/2010 Redbourn III v Stevenage V (Redbourn Recreation Centre) 25/06/2011 Southgate Compton II v Bentley Heath II (Wrotham Park Estate) 27/08/2011 Thorley II v. Botany Bay II (Thorley Lane) 02/08/2003 Old Owens III v Redbourn III (Coopers Lane) 01/08/2009 Knebworth Park V v. Monken Hadley II (Watton Road) 12/09/2001 Radlett V v. Botany Bay III (East Lodge Lane) 24/05/2003 Watford Town III v Redbourn III (Redbourn Recreation Centre) 22/06/2013 Botany Bay III v. Southgate Adelaide III (East Lodge Lane) 30/06/2001 Old Owens III v Cockfosters IV (Coopers Lane Road) 23/07/2011 Hemel Hempstead V v. Wormley III (Wormley Playing Fields) 06/05/2006 Radlett V v. Waltham Cross Rosedale II (Queen’s School) 05/08/2006 Stevenage IV v. Hitchin III (Lucas Lane) 21/06/2008 Cockfosters IV v Hemel Hempstead V (Horseshoe Lane) 13/08/2011 Watford Town III v Preston IV (Woodside) 04/05/2013 Bentley Heath II v Berkhamsted IV (Kitchener's Field) 28/05/2011 Northwood III v. Rising Stars (Woodside) 02/06/2000 Ware II v Redbourn III (Rothamsted Park, Harpenden) 27/06/2009 Watford Town III v Harpenden V (Rothamsted Park) 11/05/2013 Parkfield and Headstone III v Stevenage lV (Ditchmore Lane) 29/08/2009 Redbourn III v Leverstock Green IV (Redbourn Recreation Centre) 30/07/2011 Datchworth III v. Tewin II (Upper Green) 14/07/2007 Two Woods v. Southgate Adelaide III (Owens Sports Ground) 26/08/2000 Preston III v Tewin II (Hitchin Boys School) 03/07/2010 Harpenden V v Cockfosters IV (Holtwhites Trinibis CC) 28/08/2010 North Mymms IV v. Metropolitan Police Bushey III (Aldenham Road, Bushey) 21/06/2008 Mill Hill Village II v Luton Town & Indians IV (Lancaster Avenue) 13/08/2011 167


Division Thirteen Most Runs In A Season 860 718 693 633 608 569 566 503

J Pritchard (Redbourn IV) D M Watson (Flamstead) P Garrott (Reed IV) L S Freeman (Sawbridgeworth V) S Jones (Harpenden V) M Mester (Welwyn Garden City V) E J Riddle (Hertford IV) J Pritchard (Redbourn III)

Highest Individual Scores

165* 163 160* 153* 151* 148* 148 143* 140* 138* 137* 135* 134* 134* 134* 133 132* 132 130 129* 128* 127* 126 126 126 124 124* 124* 124* 123* 121* 121* 121 120 119* 119* 118 118 117 116* 116 115* 114* 114* 113 113 112* 112* 112 112 111* 110 110* 110* 110 110 109* 109* 109* 109* 109*

B.Brooks J. Pritchard A O'Sullivan D. K. Rock D. Byford V. Amin S Murad C. Wright J. Livingstone D. M. Watson S. Murray C. Stainsby S. Jones D. de Silva G. Hylton B. Ward I Macmillan S. Iranganti J. Hosking C.Winter J. Pritchard A. A. Fisher T. O’Neill L. S. Freeman D. Wright S. Deville T. Willoughby T. Willoughby S. Parkar S. Jones E. J. Riddle D. Fraser N.Wood D. De Silva S. P. Dare C Willis D. M. Watson J. Akhtar I. Macmillan R. Khan E. J. Riddle M. Horwood J. Taylor M Priolo M. J. E. Baker A A Fisher N. Vance L. Short P. Whiskin S. Warren S Murray H. Peterkin C. T. A. Rudkin S. Johnson J. Kershaw A. Lodge S. King S. Wale D Bartlett G Bygraves M. Chohan

2013 2005 2010 2010 2009 2011 2004 2008

500 483 479 475 472 472 469 460

C Winter (Waltham X Rosedale IV) R Watts (Baldock III) E J Riddle (Hertford IV) N Wood (Chipperfield Clarendon IV) D Saunders (Preston III) C Hardcastle (Chorleywood IV) A Mohmand (Watford Town III) P Herbert (Bentley Heath II)

Chorleywood IV v Ickleford III (Westwood Park) Redbourn IV v Reed IV (Freman College) Broxbourne IV v Rickmansworth IV (Mill Lane Close) Potters Bar V v. Wormley III (Church Lane) Welwyn Garden City V v. Old Elizabethans III (Old Elizabethans CC) Chorleywood IV v Wormley III (Church Lane ) Watford Town III v Baldock III (Woodside) Hemel Hempstead V v. Hoddesdon IV (Kitchener’s Field, Berkhamsted CC) Chorleywood IV v Abbots Langley IV (Westwood Park) Flamstead II v. North Enfield III (Friendless Oval) Harpenden V v Waltham Cross Rosedale IV (Rosedale Sports Club) Welwyn Garden City IV v. Flamstead II (Friendless Lane) Harpenden V v Abbots Langley IV (Cassiobury Park) Old Elizabethans III v Langleybury IV (Hunton Bridge) Old Elizabethans III v Hatfield Hyde III (Gypsy Corner) North Enfield III v. Parkfield & Headstone II (Saddlers Mead) Broxbourne IV v Waltham X Rosedale IV (Mill Lane Close) Stevenage IV v Holtwhites Trinibis III (King George V Playing Fields) Harpenden V v Wormley III (Church Lane) Waltham X Rosedale IV v Northwood Town III (Chestnut Avenue) Redbourn IV v Northwood Town III (Redbourn Recreational Centre) Sawbridgeworth V v Berkhamsted IV (Much Hadham CC) Northampton Exiles III v. Luton Town & Indians IV (Clowes Ground) Sawbridgeworth V v Hatfield Hyde III (King George V Playing Fields) Preston IV v Reed IV (Freman College) Reed IV v Northwood Town III (Freman College) Ickleford III v Wormley III (Lucas Lane, Hitchin CC) Ickleford III v Wormley III (Lucas Lane, Hitchin CC) Old Elizabethans III v Welwyn Garden City V (Sherrardswood School) Harpenden V v Wormley III (Church Lane) Hertford IV v. Hoddesdon IV (Church Lane, Wormley CC) Harpenden V v Chorleywood IV (Rothamsted Park) Chipperfield Clarendon IV v Reed IV (Hervines Park) Old Elizabethans III v. Ickleford III (Burton Hole Lane) Chorleywood IV v Wormley III (Church Lane) Broxbourne IV v Reed IV (Mill Lane Close) Flamstead II v. Hatfield III (Ascots Lane) Old Elizabethans III v Sawbridgeworth V (Elstree CC) Broxbourne IV v Hatfield Crusaders III (Mill Lane Close) Abbots Langley IV v Hatfield Hyde III (Beehive Lane) Hertford V v Datchworth III (Aspenden) Chiltern 06 v Waltham X Rosedale IV (Westwood Park) Tewin II v. Hoddesdon IV (Richard Hale School) Welwyn Garden City V v Langleybury IV (Monkswood School ) Reed IV v Bentley Heath II (Freman College, Buntingford) Sawbridgeworth V v Ickleford III (Much Hadham CC) Shenley Village IV v Chorleywood IV (Napsbury Park) Potters Bar V v Shenley Village (Potters Bar CC) Bentley Heath II v. Baldock III (St Christopher's School) Ickleford III v. Old Elizabethans III (Old Elizabethans CC) Langleybury IV v Reed IV (Blacksmiths Lane) Welwyn Garden City V v Old Owens III (Coopers Lane) Sawbridgeworth V v. Waltham Cross Rosedale IV (Much Hadham CC) Hatfield Hyde III v Wheathampstead III (Kimpton CC) Reed IV v Langleybury IV (Freman College, Buntingford) Hertford V v Datchworth III (Aspenden) Datchworth III v. Old Albanian IV (Woollams) Berkhamsted IV v Reed IV (Reed) Datchworth III v Chorleywood IV (Westwood Park) Flitwick III v Boxmoor III (Wrest Park) Shenley Village IV v Redbourn IV (Napsbury Park) 168

2011 2010 2012 2010 2008 2010 2011 2010 10/07/2010 20/07/2013 30/04/2011 02/06/2007 14/06/2008 22/05/2010 21/05/2011 23/06/2001 27/07/2013 11/06/2005 27/06/2009 17/05/2003 13/06/2009 31/07/2010 31/08/2013 26/05/2007 28/05/2011 26/06/2010 22/08/2009 06/07/2013 13/07/2013 04/09/2010 16/07/2005 29/05/2010 08/09/2012 17/08/2013 16/05/2009 16/05/2009 11/07/2009 22/08/2009 24/07/2004 23/05/2009 31/07/2010 23/08/2008 09/05/2009 09/07/2011 25/06/2005 13/06/2009 25/07/2009 10/08/2013 18/08/2012 07/08/2010 26/05/2001 21/05/2011 10/07/2010 24/07/2010 19/06/2010 14/08/2010 10/05/2008 23/08/2008 30/04/2011 07/09/2013 24/05/2008 03/08/2013 24/07/2010 18/08/2012 24/05/2008 07/08/2010 30/04/2011 28/05/2011 03/08/2013


Most Wickets In A Season 56 51 49 46 46 44 43 42 41 39

R Izzard (Ickleford III) C Williams (Waltham X Rosedale IV) J Lee (Redbourn III) J Barnes (Potters Bar V) S Khan (Cockfosters V) B Russell (Abbots Langley IV) A Boland (Hatfield Hyde III) G Putman (Shenley Village IV) K Jones (Stevenage V) S Avers (Wormley III)

Best Bowling Performances

9-12 9-40 9-48 9-53 8-13 8-14 8-17 8-19 8-32 8-34 8-38 8-40 8-62 8-73 8-78 7-4 7-8 7-11 7-12 7-12 7-13 7-14 7-15 7-19 7-19 7-20 7-22 7-23 7-26 7-26 7-27 7-27 7-28 7-29 7-30 7-31 7-31 7-31 7-31 7-34 7-34 7-34 7-34 7-36 7-36 7-37 7-39 7-40 7-40 7-42 7-45 7-46 7-54 7-55 7-55 7-56 7-58 7-59 7-69 7-81

S Avers A J Oliver R. Thear D. Wilson S. Lubbe Saeed Haider S. Jones M. Spratt M. Nash S. Williamson A Draper P. Davies A. Bedlow A. Siddiqui A J Oliver J. J. Mankani T. Maxwell S. Croucher D. Riley J. Down K. Jones J. Timothy B. Golder R. Russell J. Colenutt J. Moxham S. Veysi J. Harrison M. Wells J. Lee T. Driver N. Bancroft Saeed Haider G. Putman R. Sharma R. J. Matthews J. Timothy J. Bungard S. Wale I. Tanner J. Bracken S. Avers B Diplock Z. Zakaria S Carter L. Tyler N. Sharif M. Hunt M Henderson M. S. Hussain N. Davies M.Jepson J. Lee A. Cook T Abbas S Khan M. Henderson M. Marsden S. Lubbe A. Cook

2010 2011 2008 2010 2011 2013 2010 2008 2009 2008

36 36 36 35 35 35 34 34 34

Saeed Haider (Northampton Exiles III) J Timothy (Bentley Heath II) S Veysi (Bentley Heath II) M Croucher (Datchworth III) C Keppel (Chipperfield Clarendon IV) A Draper (Datchworth III) C Martin (Reed IV) P Sodha (Parkfield & Headstone III) D Varsani (Cockfosters V)

Wormley III v Rickmansworth IV (Park Avenue) Chipperfield Clarendon IV v Potters Bar V (Hervines Park) Wormley III v. Baldock II (Avenue Park) Leverstock Green IV v Watford Town IV (Woodside) Letchworth V v. Bentley Heath (St Christopher’s School) Northampton Exiles II v. Old Elizabethans III (Old Owens CC) Harpenden V v Hatfield Hyde III (Sherrardswood School) Old Centralians II v. Wheathampstead III (King George V Playing Fields) Botany Bay III v. Datchworth III (East Lodge Lane) Boxmoor III v Leverstock Green IV (Hemel Hempstead School) Datchworth III v Boxmoor III (Hemel Hempstead School) Broxbourne IV v Ickleford III (Mill Lane Close) Hatfield Hyde III v Datchworth III (Wallace Meadow) Chorleywood IV v Rickmansworth V (Westwood Park) Chipperfield Clarendon IV v Wormley III (Church Lane) Welwyn Garden City IV v. Luton Town & Indians IV (Welwyn Playing Fields) Preston IV v Rickmansworth IV (Old Albanian CC) Datchworth III v Potters Bar V (Datchworth Green) Abbots Langley IV v Datchworth III (Datchworth Green) Boxmoor III v Welwyn Garden City V (Welwyn Playing Fields) Stevenage V v Berkhamsted IV (King George V Playing Fields) Bentley Heath II v. Waltham Cross Rosedale IV (Rosedale Sports Club) Hatfield III v. Met Police Bushey III (King George V Playing Fields) Met Police Bushey III v. Letchworth V (Letchworth) Redbourn IV v Abbots Langley IV (Redbourn Recreation Centre) North Enfield III v. Redbourn III (Enfield Invicta) Bentley Heath II v. Wormley III (Church Lane) Hatfield Hyde III v Shenley Village IV (Napsbury Park) Welwyn Garden City V v. Wormley III (Church Lane) Redbourn III v. Stevenage V (Rothampstead Park) Wormley III v. Hitchin III (Lucas Lane) Hertford V v Shenley Village IV (Balls Park) Northampton Exiles III v. Shenley Village IV (Rowley Lane Sports Club) Shenley Village IV v. Bentley Heath II (Rowley Lane) Bushey III v Shenley Village IV (Napsbury Park) Flamstead II v. North Enfield III (Friendless Oval) Bentley Heath II v. Welwyn Garden City V (Sherrardswood School) Chorleywood IV v Bentley Heath (Westwood Park) Berkhamsted IV v Wormley III (Kitcheners Fields) Welwyn Garden City IV v. Old Owens III (Welwyn Playing Fields) Baldock Town III v Welwyn Garden City V (Weston CC) Wormley III v Baldock III (Church Lane) Baldock III v Flitwick III (Wrest Park, Silsoe) Hatfield Crusaders III v Potters Bar V (Datchworth) Langleybury IV v Shenley Village IV (Hunton Bridge) Datchworth III v Chorleywood IV (Westwood Park) Bushey III v Reed IV (King George V Playing Field) Hoddesdon IV v. Northampton Exiles III (Clowes Ground) Chorleywood IV v Hatfield Hyde III (King George V Playing Field) Parkfield & Headstone III v Chorleywood IV (Westwood Park) Chiltern 06 v Reed IV (Chiltern Sports Club) Waltham X Rosedale IV v Abbots Langley IV (Bedmond School) Redbourn III v. Waltham Cross Rosedale IV (Rothampstead Park) Flamstead II v. Luton Town and Indians IV (Lancaster Avenue) Watford Town III v Boxmoor III (Hemel Hempstead School) Cockfosters V v Potters Bar V (Dame Alice Owens School) Chorleywood IV v Welwyn Garden City V (Westwood Park) Ickleford III v Broxbourne IV (Hitchin CC) Letchworth V v. Hatfield II (Highfield School) Flamstead III v. Hertford IV (Friendless Oval) 169

2007 2008 2008 2010 2010 2011 2010 2008 2011

02/07/2011 04/06/2011 03/06/2000 10/08/2013 24/06/2006 21/07/2007 08/08/2009 05/08/2000 26/06/2004 03/08/2013 25/06/2011 20/06/2009 14/08/2010 13/07/2013 30/07/2011 29/05/2004 23/06/2012 13/06/2009 25/07/2009 08/09/2012 06/06/2009 12/07/2008 28/05/2005 25/06/2005 07/09/2013 19/05/2007 07/06/2008 22/05/2010 12/07/2008 02/08/2008 15/07/2000 13/07/2013 21/07/2007 21/06/2008 23/06/2012 11/06/2005 23/08/2008 08/08/2009 31/07/2010 17/07/2004 10/07/2010 07/08/2010 25/06/2011 08/08/2009 27/08/2011 23/06/2012 05/05/2012 19/06/2004 25/06/2011 28/07/2012 19/06/2010 31/08/2013 05/07/2008 29/05/2004 03/09/2011 21/05/2011 10/08/2013 20/06/2009 30/07/2005 22/05/2004


Division Fourteen Most Runs In A Season 735 598 501 382 375 372 348 343 341 335

E J Riddle (Hertford V) 2009 M Horwood (Chiltern 06) 2009 S P Dare (Chorleywood IV) 2008 R Merritt (Abbots Langley IV) 2010 M Iqbal (Kings Langley) 2011 W M Gregory (Chipperfield Clarendon IV) 2009 J Pritchard (Redbourn IV) 2012 A Booth (Botany Bay IV ) 2010 N Asif (Mill Hill Village III) 2011 R M Carter (Hertford V) 2009

332 325 325 321 319 315 301 286 283

Highest Individual Scores

175 150 142* 128 127 126* 124* 119* 119* 119 117* 117 116* 115* 113 112 111 109 109 108 107* 107* 107* 106* 105* 105 105 104* 104* 104* 104 102* 102* 102* 100* 100 100

M. J. E. Baker D Roche R. Merritt A. Brierley G Adamson E J Riddle E J Riddle B Marques P. G. Baker L S Freeman K Youngs B. Finch G. Naylor L.Crane W Graves D. Wright G. Naylor N. Wright N Asif B Harding S. P. Dare E. J. Riddle P. Patel E.J. Riddle W Graves K. Hyatt S Atkins S. Baines D Percy T. Jones S. Mekwan T. Preston G. Gibbings R Hodgson L Mullen T. Hardy G. Gibbings

U Agarwal (Cockfosters V) G Adamson (Botany Bay IV) P G Baker (Reed IV) P Jaffe (Mill Hill Village III) T Preston (Broxbourne IV) G Adamson (Botany Bay IV) L S Freeman (Sawbridgeworth V) B Marques (Hatfield Hyde III) D Wright (Preston IV)

2010 2010 2009 2011 2008 2011 2011 2008 2009

Reed IV v Kings Langley IV (Rudolph Steiner School) 30/05/2009 Abbots Langley IV v Knebworth Park VI (Bedmond SC) 28/05/2011 Abbots Langley IV v Knebworth Park VI (Bedmond SC) 05/06/2010 Berkhamsted IV v Stevenage VI (Kitchener's Field) 20/07/2013 Botany Bay IV v Northwood Town III (Chestnut Avenue) 07/05/2011 Hertford V v Sawbridgeworth V (Balls Park ) 02/07/2011 Hertford V v Knebworth Park VI (Balls Park ) 23/07/2011 Hatfield Hyde III v. Abbotts Langley IV (Sherrardswood School) 12/07/2008 Reed IV v North Mymms V (Freman Collage, Buntingford) 18/07/2009 Sawbridgeworth V v Botany Bay IV (East Lodge Lane) 11/06/2011 Sawbridgeworth V v Abbots Langley IV (Hormead) 07/05/2011 Chipperfield Clarendon IV v Sawbridgeworth VI (Woollam Playing Fields) 27/06/2009 Baldock III v Hertford V (Thundridge) 16/05/2009 Hatfield Crusaders III v. Chorleywood IV (King George V Playing Flds, WGC) 28/06/2008 Abbots Langley IV v Northwood Town III (Bedmond SC) 30/07/2011 Preston IV v Boxmoor III (Hemel Hempstead School) 03/07/2010 Baldock III v Chiltern 06 (Weston CC) 23/05/2009 Sawbridgeworth VI v Preston IV (Hitchin Boys' School) 13/06/2009 Mill Hill Village III v Knebworth Park VI (Aston Cricket Club) 21/05/2011 Kings Langley v Wheathampstead III (Kimpton CC) 06/08/2011 Chorleywood IV v. Preston IV (Hertford School) 07/06/2008 Hertford V v Kings Langley IV (Rudolph Steiner School) 04/07/2009 Cockfosters V v Harpenden VI (Rothamsted Park) 31/07/2010 Hertford V v North Mymms V (Old Owens CC) 23/05/2009 Abbots Langley IV v Kings Langley IV (Rudolf Steiner School) 04/06/2011 Welwyn Garden City V v. Stevenage VI (Sherrardswood School) 23/06/2007 Berkhamsted V v Mill Hill Village III (Haslams Field) 04/06/2011 Baldock III v Kings Langley IV (Rudolph Steiner School) 18/07/2009 Kings Langley IV v Knebworth Park VI (Rudolf Steiner School) 13/08/2011 Knebworth Park VI v Stevenage VI (St Christopher's School) 25/05/2013 Northwood Town III v Hitchin IV (Lucas Lane) 18/08/2012 Broxbourne IV v. Stevenage VI (Graveley) 19/07/2008 Knebworth Park VI v Abbots Langley IV (Bedmond SC) 05/06/2010 Wheathampstead III v Knebworth Park VI (Aston Cricket Club) 30/07/2011 Botany Bay IV v Datchworth IV (Datchworth Sports Club) 27/07/2013 Broxbourne IV v. Chiltern 06 (Mill Lane Close) 07/06/2008 Knebworth Park VI v Kings Langley IV (Rudolph Steiner School) 03/07/2010

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Most Wickets In A Season 40 31 27 27 27 27 26 24 24

R Russell (Abbots Langley IV) M J T Rose (Chorleywood IV) C Starr (Hatfield Crusaders III) I Roberts (Reed IV) R Russell (Abbots Langley IV) M Parmar (Northwood Town III) M Parmar (Northwood Town III) Nahiem Khan (Rickmansworth IV) A Sharma (Hatfield Hyde III)

Best Bowling Performances

9-32 8-21 7-26 7-26 7-29 7-47 7-48 7-50 6-19 6-21 6-21 6-22 6-23 6-24 6-25 6-26 6-26 6-28 6-31 6-32 6-35 6-36 6-43 6-44 6-50 6-55 6-57 6-10 6-24 6-25 6-26 6-28 6-35 6-44 6-69 5-6 5-29

2008 2008 2008 2009 2011 2011 2012 2007 2008

24 24 23 23 23 22 22 21 21

E J Riddle (Hertford V) R Salt (Frogmore II) D Wright (Preston IV) M Chalkley (Hertford V) D Flynn (Redbourn IV) N Vyas (Watford Town III) N Turner (Kings Langley) K Hussein (Cockfosters V) G Hampson (Chiltern 06)

2009 2011 2010 2011 2012 2010 2011 2010 2008

H. Amin Old Albanian IV v. Sawbridgeworth V (St Margaretsbury CC) 02/06/2007 D. Loriot Baldock III v Preston IV (Hitchin Boys' School) 20/06/2009 M Parmar Northwood Town III v Kings Langley IV (The Vicarage) 18/06/2011 M Parmar Northwood Town III v Kings Langley IV (Kings Langley Secondary School) 18/06/2011 O. Adams Boxmoor III v Preston IV (Hemel Hempstead School) 03/07/2010 K. Hussein Cockfosters V v Harpenden VI (Rothamsted Park) 31/07/2010 C. Williams Waltham Cross Rosedale IV v. Rickmansworth IV (Park Road) 21/07/2007 U. Majid Watford Town III v Preston IV (Woodside) 31/07/2010 N. Vyas Watford Town III v Botany Bay IV (East Lodge Lane) 08/05/2010 M. J. T. Rose Chorleywood IV v. Abbots Langley IV (Westwood Park) 19/07/2008 D. Pitts Kings Langley IV v Stevenage VI (Rudolph Steiner School) 20/06/2009 S W Adams Preston IV v Berkhamsted V (Hitchin Boys School) 28/05/2011 R. Keane Chipperfield Clarendon IV v Baldock III (Hervines Park) 30/05/2009 M Newland Kings Langley IV v Hemel Hempstead VI (Kings Langley Secondary School) 25/06/2011 C J Howard Sawbridgeworth VI v Baldock III (Much Hadham CC) 13/06/2009 B. Tye Stevenage VI v Knebworth Park VI (Aston CC) 06/06/2009 I. Roberts Reed IV v Preston IV (Freeman College, Buntingford) 01/08/2009 B. Lindsay Chiltern 06 v Botany Bay IV (East Lodge Lane) 01/08/2009 N Archer Kings Langley IV v Preston IV (Rudolf Steiner School) 21/05/2011 A. Sharma Hatfield Hyde III v. Abbots Langley IV (Sherrardswood School) 12/07/2008 D. Macey Berkhamsted IV v Botany Bay IV (Kitchener’s Field) 08/06/2013 T. Abbas Watford Town III v Harpenden VI (Woodside) 03/07/2010 N Turner Kings Langley IV v Berkhamsted V (Berkhamsted CC) 27/08/2011 C. Starr Hatfield Crusaders III v. Chorleywood IV (King George V Playing Flds, WGC) 28/06/2008 M. J. T. Rose Chorleywood IV v. Kings Langley (Westwood Park) 24/05/2008 H. King Langleybury IV v Botany Bay IV (Hunton Bridge) 04/07/2009 J. Sumpter Welwyn Garden City V v. Sawbridgeworth V (Church Langley CC, Harlow) 14/07/2007 R. Salt Frogmore II v Watford Town IV (Woodside) 02/06/2012 R. Russell Abbots Langley IV v Old Elizabethans III (Woodside Park Club) 11/08/2012 J. Furlong Berkhamsted IV v Potters Bar V (Dame Alice Owens School) 16/06/2012 B. Tye Stevenage VI v Knebworth VI (Aston CC) 06/07/2009 P. Cramer Harpenden VI v Hitchin IV (Rothampstead Common) 28/07/2012 J. Pritchard Harpenden VI v Ickleford IV (Rothampstead Common) 09/06/2012 R. Day Ickleford IV v Redbourn IV (Hoo Farm, Whitwell) 16/06/2012 A. Pritchard Redbourn IV v Old Camdenians III (Burton Hole Lane) 04/08/2012 A. P. Howard Sawbridgeworth V v. Waltham Cross Rosedale IV (Rosedale Sports Club) 26/05/2007 D. Lane Sawbridgeworth V v. Welwyn Garden City V (Sherrardswood School) 10/06/2007

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Serious Cricket Home Counties Premier League Review Of The Season – 2013 Wind of change If you had to choose any song that summed up the events that surrounded Hertfordshire’s top clubs over the last 12 months, then perhaps the Scorpions’ 1991 number two hit, Wind Of Change, would probably have been the most appropriate selection. With all the off field changes that took place at either end of the campaign, it was almost easy to forget that our leading players actually took the field of play under the Home Counties Premier Cricket League banner during this time. The first significant decision took place in January when there was the first momentous change to the playing conditions in the league’s 13 year history. After exclusively playing “timed” cricket since the competition’s inception in 2000, the majority of clubs voted to adopt a “split” format season which the likes of the Shepherd Neame Essex League and Surrey Championship had played over the last few years. This saw the introduction of 50 overs per side contests for the first five and last four weeks of the season, with the other nine games being played under existing rules, with Division One playing a minimum of 120 overs and Division Two East and West 110 overs.

Harpenden fly Herts flag For the second time in three seasons, it was Harpenden who were the highest placed side from the Herts structure. Nick Lamb’s side finished in a highly creditable fourth place, ending one place lower than their best-ever finish in 2011. Ben Frazer’s injury woes of 2012 were all but a distant memory as he bounced back with a vengeance, as he scored 469 runs and took 37 wickets, the latter being the second highest in the division. He took six more wickets than HCPL Division 1 P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot William Jones, who also averaged just under Henley 18 12 12 3 1 9 17 337 Slough 18 10 10 5 0 18 33 310 40 with the bat (475 runs) following his move Banbury 18 9 9 7 1 22 24 280 from West Herts. Harpenden 18 7 7 6 1 23 44 260 Tring Park Burnham, Bucks High Wycombe North Mymms Welwyn Garden City Potters Bar

18 18 18 18 18 18

7 7 6 6 6 7 5 5 8 4 4 8 4 4 7 3 3 10

1 20 2 16 3 27 3 28 2 28 2 21

41 254 39 226 42 218 46 200 43 196 46 158

HCPL Division 2E P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot Radlett 18 13 13 3 Stevenage 18 10 10 4 Bishop's Stortford 18 10 10 5 Sawbridgeworth 18 8 8 5 Hemel Hempstead Town 18 8 8 7 Letchworth Garden City 18 6 6 8 Chorleywood 18 6 6 8 West Herts 18 6 6 8 Hoddesdon 18 3 3 11 Knebworth Park 18 2 2 13

2 2 1 17 3 6 3 16 2 14 2 22 3 13 2 16 2 26 2 25

12 351 29 311 17 291 28 268 29 253 36 226 27 211 27 210 45 164 40 124

HCPL Division 2W P W D L NR Bat Bwl Tot Oxford Harefield, Middx Aston Rowant Gerrards Cross Reading Great & Little Tew Dinton, Bucks Cove Farnham Royal Falkland, Berks

18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

9 9 2 9 9 3 9 9 5 8 8 6 8 8 5 5 5 7 4 4 9 4 4 7 3 3 6 1 1 10

1 23 3 12 1 17 0 24 0 16 1 23 0 27 1 31 1 29 2 34

47 319 23 287 29 286 45 281 50 279 48 217 62 203 44 199 49 183 57 131

Gregg Cooper (373), Jake Pankhurst (367) and Daniel Blacktopp (344) all made useful contributions with the bat, while veteran Mike Howard needed just nine innings to accumulate 284 runs.

Trio struggle at foot of table Elsewhere, it was a season of struggle for Herts’ representatives with North Mymms, Welwyn Garden City and Potters Bar all involved in the relegation scrap on the final day of the season. Bar went into the final weekend knowing they would finish bottom of the pile but they made the short trip to Mymms knowing that a victory would see their rivals go down with them. Although their bowlers did a sterling job in dismissing their opponents for 134, the visitors capitulated for just 125 which meant Mymms were relying on events at Tring to see 172


if they would stay out of the relegation zone. Welwyn, who began the day in seventh place, amassed what looked a decent 271-5 from their 50 overs but it proved woefully inadequate as their hosts cruised to a seven-wicket victory. This meant Welwyn Garden City’s six year stay in the top flight had come to an end as they finished four points short of safety. The bulk of their runs were scored by Gavin Baker (538) and Jamie Southgate (442), who also took 38 wickets between them, with Aaron Laraman finishing 10 shy of the 300 mark. There was a statistical oddity at Home Farm, where Stephen Snell and Hazma Qayyum both scored 476 runs at 34, while skipper Nesan Jeyaratnam’s total of 346 runs was somewhat disappointing due to the fact this included two centuries. Qayyum was also their joint-leading wicket-taker with Jigar Mehta (22). Meanwhile, Tanweer Sikandar was one of few shining lights at Potters Bar, as he was easily the division’s leading run scorer. He hit four centuries and six fifties on his way to scoring 896 runs at 59.73. On top of this he took 20 wickets and was also his side’s second most successful bowler behind Daniel Pascoe (31), who finished fourth in the bowling averages in addition to scoring 360 runs. However, they never truly recovered from a disastrous performance on the opening day when they were dismissed for 34 against Harpenden.

Bowlers lead Radlett title charge Radlett lifted the Division Two (East) championship title after they dominated the first two-thirds of the campaign. The Cobden Hill outfit enjoyed an incredible start to the season, winning all of their first 11 completed matches, with the sole exception being their home fixture against Knebworth Park on 22nd June which was rained off after just 5.2 overs. Such was the domination of their bowlers, they filled the top three positions in the bowling averages. Kabir Toor’s 37 wickets was the best in the division and he topped the list ahead of Rob Clements (26) and the evergreen Stuart Browne (24), with the trio’s combined 87 wickets being taken at 10.64 runs per wicket. The other bowler to reach the 20 mark was Chad Barrett, who chipped in with a useful 22 wickets at 24.30 Meanwhile, Toor also starred with the bat, scoring 620 runs as finished second in the batting list. He forged a formidable opening partnership with Fraser Crawford (742). Skipper Jono McLean hit 343 runs, 12 fewer than Shane Burger, who celebrated 10 consecutive years as Radlett’s overseas player.

Kazmi’s golden year After narrowly avoiding relegation in 2012, normal service was resumed at Ditchmore Lane as Stevenage finished second for the third time in four seasons. In fact, they extended their record of second place finishes in Division Two (East) to five, having also been runners-up in 2004 and 2006. All-rounder Syed Ali Kazmi enjoyed an incredible season, becoming only the fourth player to score 1,000 runs in the division. He scored 10 fifties and two centuries in 17 innings as he accumulated 1, 040 runs, which set a new record for an 18-game season (Mike Dale’s tally of 1,176 runs in 2002 for Hemel Hempstead came in a 22 match campaign). If that wasn’t enough, he also claimed 31 wickets at 18.29 to finish eighth in the bowling averages. Skipper Gary Brown enjoyed another consistent year in scoring 711 runs (eight 50s, one century) with Shadrach Gittens-Browne (350), Laurie Brown (310) and David Carr (305) all passing the 300 run mark. Lee Cope enjoyed his best ever season with the ball, finishing with 27 wickets, with Martin Nevill (17) and Charlie Goodchild (15) joining him in the averages.

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Floros stars for Stortford Australian all-rounder Jason Floros proved a key signing for Bishop’s Stortford, who finished third following their relegation from Division One in 2012. The 22-year-old, who played four Sheffield Shield matches for Queensland in the 2011/12 season and later represented Sydney Thunder in the Big Bash, scored 470 runs and took 32 wickets at 15 with his off-spinners as he secured top 10 finishes in both the batting (7th) and bowling (6th) averages. Skipper Eddie Ballard averaged a touch over 45 in compiling 502 runs, with Mark Townsend claiming 17 wickets at 18.12.

Sawbo claim fourth after late run Sawbridgeworth claimed more points than any other side in the second half of the season to secure fourth place, which equalled their second best performance in the 10 years they played in the Home Counties Premier League. They last finished fourth in 2010, with their best performance coming five years earlier when they secured the runners-up spot. It was another prolific season for Danny Wilson, who notched up three centuries as he averaged 59 in his total of 708 runs. Prior to the start of the league season, he passed 10,000 runs in all cricket for the Town Fields outfit in just 281 matches. But he wasn’t the club’s player of the year. That accolade went to Charlie Rudkin, whose fourth season at this level proved to be his best so far. His total of 424 runs was the first occasion he passed the 400 run mark and his bowling proved more than useful, as he chipped in with 17 wickets. Michael Burrell (251 runs and 21 wickets) enjoyed a productive season with both bat and ball and Ben Waring’s tally of 22 wickets was an improvement of two on his debut year in 2012. Meanwhile, Harry Jerome contributed 253 runs and 14 wickets in the 12 games he played following his move from Knebworth Park in early June.

Hemel’s form tails off Hemel Hempstead were in second place going into August but their form tailed off alarmingly as four successive defeats saw them end up finishing a disappointing fifth. Brett Penny again led the way with bat and ball, scoring 588 runs and taking 32 wickets, with skipper and opening batsman Hemish Ilangaratne finishing 10 shy of 500. Parthi Mehta (25) and Nick Hodgins (23) were the other two bowlers to take more than 20 wickets, but all these events were overshadowed by the sad death of club chairman Roger Doodson, who lost his cancer fight on 8 June. Roger played a major role in the Hemel side that won the first three Furnell Transport Cup competitions between 1986 and 1988 and later played in the second XI before captaining the thirds for many years. At the time of his passing, he was in his second spell as chairman and will be greatly missed not only by everyone at Heath Park but also by many people in Hertfordshire cricket.

Season of two halves at Letchworth After defeating Knebworth Park by 12 runs in their opening game, Letchworth Garden City went on a run of five successive defeats and didn’t taste victory until 13 July when they won the return game against the same opponents by a seven-wicket margin. This result began a dramatic turnaround for Richard Barclay’s side, who began a run of five wins in their next seven games. This sequence included memorable wins over Bishop’s Stortford and Radlett, to propel themselves away from the relegation zone. Tom Simmons’ return from university strengthened their batting considerably as he averaged 174


over 54, scoring 489 runs in just 10 innings. Will Bates enjoyed another successful campaign, contributing 445 runs and 25 wickets with Sam Booth (355) and Will Aitkenhead (345) both passing the 300 run mark. Veteran Andy Newland was again the team’s leading wicket-taker, his tally of 24 included an outstanding return of 7-35 in the aforementioned game against Stortford, with his captain also reaching the 20 mark.

Chorleywood end Radlett run Chorleywood, who returned to the Home Counties Premier League for the first time in 10 years, became the first team to defeat champions-elect Radlett on 3 August. Having lost their first meeting by 10 wickets nine weeks previously, things weren’t looking great after they were bowled out for 129 but Will Pendered’s haul of 6-29 saw them pull them off a 33-run victory. Ed Lye (373) and Ryan Fleming (365) were their leading run-scorers and a final day win over Hemel Hempstead, when they scored a season’s best 284-6, saw them finish seventh, one point ahead of West Herts, who struggled to fill the gap left by all-rounder William Jones. Craig Sanders scored 466 runs and Matt Smith’s 30 wickets were complemented with 311 runs. While Ian Gurney and Dan Woosley took 29 and 20 wickets respectively.

Hoddesdon & Knebworth Park struggle It was a year to forget for Hoddesdon and Knebworth Park, who won just five matches between them as they filled the bottom two places. Rob Walters’ tally of 521 runs included a memorable 151 against Sawbridgeworth while Jamie Curtis contributed 237 runs and 26 wickets. Meanwhile, the Park didn’t taste victory until 29th June when they triumphed by 12 runs in a bizarre game against Chorleywood after being bowled out for just 74! The return game between the sides never happened, not because of the weather, it was due to Knebworth having to concede as they did not have enough eligible players registered with the league. However, a wretched season ended on a remarkable note when the sides met on the final day of the season with neither having anything to play for. Knebworth had been reduced to 134-8 before Adam Sargent and Tilan Wijesinghe came together for a record-breaking ninth wicket partnership of 148 which enabled the home side to reach a remarkable score of 296. Sargent struck 90 off 83 balls (15 fours) and Wijesinghe, batting at 10, did even better as he smashed 13 fours and three sixes as he needed only 77 deliveries to score 93, adding 13 runs less than their opponents managed as a team in their reply. The pair set a new ninth wicket record for any division in the Home Counties Premier League, surpassing the unbroken stand of 124 in a Division One game set by Henley’s Todd Ferguson (92*) and Tahir Afridi (45) against Oxford on 2 June 2012. In addition, the pair set a new Division Two (East) record, beating the old mark of 119 set by the West Herts pair of William Jones (68*) and Craig Sanders (40) coincidentally, against Knebworth Park in 2010. And messrs Sargent and Wijesinghe will stay in the record books forever because of more events that occurred off the field in November, when the majority of Herts League clubs decided to leave the Home Counties Premier League set-up which meant the disappearance of Division Two (East) from that competition.

New look for 2014 Had the Herts clubs remained in the Home Counties structure, the knock-on effect of both Potters Bar and Welwyn Garden City being relegated to Division One would have seen Knebworth Park, Hoddesdon and West Herts all going down with Chorleywood surviving by a single point. 175


However, all those four clubs will now appear in the newly formed Championship division alongside Hertford, Totteridge Millhillians, Reed, Old Finchleians, Flitwick and Langleybury who finished in the top six in Division One of the Saracens Herts League at the end of the 2013 season. The resurrected Herts Premier Division, which last existed in 2001, will feature Harpenden, North Mymms, Welwyn Garden City, Potters Bar alongside Radlett, Stevenage, Bishop’s Stortford, Sawbridgeworth, Hemel Hempstead and Letchworth Garden City who were the top six teams in the final Division Two (East) table. Both new divisions will again feature a split format, although the “timed” cricket will consist of a maximum of 115 overs, with the team batting first facing no more than 60. Full details can be found elsewhere in this publication, and the new competitions will be followed with much interest.

And finally.... It was with great sadness I heard of the passing of former Harpenden CC scorer Angela Arnold in February. I first came across her on the circuit in the 2002 season and shared a box regularly with her over the next seven years or so. She was an absolute pleasure to score with and I thoroughly enjoyed her company as our two clubs enjoyed some highly fought battles over that period. She will be sadly missed on the circuit although her husband Mike will carry on her legacy this year. Richard M. White March 2014

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Back Row Left to Right: Tom Jenkins (wkt), Rob Clements, Joe Cooke, Fraser Crawford, Matt Crease, Andy McTaggart, Ben Cherkas (12th man) Front Row, Left to Right: Doreen Browne (scorer), Stuart Browne, Kabir Toor, Jono McLean, Shane Burger, Chad Barrett. 176


HCPL Averages 2013 HCPL Division One

Batting Clubname T.Sikander Potters Bar A.A.Duncan High Wycombe H.S.Gandam Burnham V.Divesetty Tring Park S.Yusuf Slough D.E.Barnes Henley J.A.Cater Banbury J.G.E.Benning High Wycombe S.Khan Slough J.P.Hewitt Welwyn Garden City W.V.M.Jones Harpenden M.Howard Harpenden Aftab Khan Burnham N.P.Hawkes Banbury L.M.Sabin Banbury S.D.Snell North Mymms H.Qayyum North Mymms M.J.Payne Tring Park G.C.Baker Welwyn Garden City A.Morgan High Wycombe B.J.Frazer Harpenden J.Pankhurst Harpenden N.V.Jeyaratnam North Mymms Z.A.Sher Slough W.Hussain Slough C.A.Haupt Banbury J.E.Southgate Welwyn Garden City A.R.Laraman Welwyn Garden City K.P.Dutch Tring Park D.C.Pascoe Potters Bar G.A.Russell High Wycombe D.J.Blacktopp Harpenden J.C.R.West Banbury D.R.J.Cranfield-Thompson H.Wycombe L.J.Tomlinson Tring Park N.Shah Slough H.Riazuddin Henley G.A.Cooper Harpenden A.D.Jewell High Wycombe R.Nadeem Burnham B.H.D.Mordt Henley L.K.Champion Welwyn Garden City A.S.Lewis North Mymms L.C.Ryan Banbury O.Sarwar Burnham R.T.J.Carter North Mymms Bowling T.G.Helm B.H.D.Mordt I.Nawaz D.C.Pascoe G.Singh T.M.Nugent J.C.R.West Aftab Khan T.G.Afridi W.V.M.Jones B.J.Frazer J.Peck G.J.Boyce L.C.Ryan A.Ali A.Malik K.P.Dutch R.Collins S.F.Stanway H.Qayyum Z.A.Sher T.Sikander J.Mehta A.Dobb Z.Butt Z.Arshad G.M.Harper J.E.T.Johnston P.B.Barker J.A.B.Phillips J.E.Southgate R.Wilson B.Barends G.C.Baker

Clubname Tring Park Henley Slough Potters Bar Henley Henley Banbury Burnham Henley Harpenden Harpenden Harpenden Henley Banbury Burnham Burnham Tring Park High Wycombe Tring Park North Mymms Slough Potters Bar North Mymms High Wycombe Slough Tring Park High Wycombe North Mymms Welwyn Garden City Banbury Welwyn Garden City Tring Park Banbury Welwyn Garden City

Inns NO Runs 17 2 896 13 5 439 15 3 623 16 4 617 18 3 769 17 3 669 14 3 483 14 2 513 18 1 679 17 2 599 15 3 475 9 1 284 17 2 529 15 1 492 14 1 451 14 - 476 14 - 476 16 2 476 16 - 538 10 - 335 15 1 469 13 2 367 13 2 346 17 6 338 18 - 541 16 - 479 17 2 442 10 - 290 13 - 367 15 2 360 11 2 239 14 1 344 16 2 369 15 - 394 16 - 417 14 1 348 12 1 282 16 1 373 14 - 324 14 1 295 12 3 204 13 - 284 12 - 258 14 3 227 15 2 267 14 - 287 Overs 67.2 113.1 197 182.2 122.2 98.3 149.1 293.4 155.1 180 219 81 126.1 201.1 246.4 85 149.5 89.3 177 145.1 181.5 146.3 160 97.5 270 104.5 119.5 131.3 155 129.3 187 104.2 130 125.5

HS 144 97 200 * 114 * 90 * 118 81 * 94 * 114 107 * 113 73 66 * 96 107 82 97 70 96 153 81 85 * 109 * 63 * 89 102 114 * 63 86 98 * 80 63 103 * 59 111 71 * 44 78 * 105 100 54 71 92 44 42 49

Ave. 59.73 54.88 51.92 51.42 51.27 47.79 43.91 42.75 39.94 39.93 39.58 35.50 35.27 35.14 34.69 34.00 34.00 34.00 33.63 33.50 33.50 33.36 31.45 30.73 30.06 29.94 29.47 29.00 28.23 27.69 26.56 26.46 26.36 26.27 26.06 25.77 25.64 24.87 23.14 22.69 22.67 21.85 21.50 20.64 20.54 20.50

M Runs Wkts 13 234 15 15 470 29 47 642 37 33 632 36 14 444 24 13 372 20 13 592 31 70 899 47 23 628 32 43 610 31 34 734 37 8 369 18 22 458 22 22 665 31 49 802 35 14 382 16 12 598 25 14 393 16 38 592 24 22 543 22 29 638 25 31 516 20 29 575 22 12 400 15 59 836 31 15 469 17 11 566 20 11 570 20 19 545 19 10 571 18 17 709 22 17 526 16 20 573 17 11 649 16

Ave. 15.60 16.21 17.35 17.56 18.50 18.60 19.10 19.13 19.63 19.68 19.84 20.50 20.82 21.45 22.91 23.88 23.92 24.56 24.67 24.68 25.52 25.80 26.14 26.67 26.97 27.59 28.30 28.50 28.68 31.72 32.23 32.88 33.71 40.56

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Batting S.Ali Kazmi K.Toor D.G.Wilson F.Crawford T.Simmons G.R.Brown J.Floros E.C.Ballard S.Burger B.Penny H.B.Ilangaratne R.Walters W.Bates C.A.Sanders J.J.McLean M.D.Burrell E.W.Lye C.T.A.Rudkin W.Aitkenhead D.R.Carr S.Booth S.Gittens-Brown R.N.Fleming M.E.Smith L.I.Brown J.Curtis D.Albon I.B.Gurney R.Leather H.A.Jerome A.Axon A.Sergeant A.Lewis

Clubname Inns NO Runs Stevenage 17 7 1,040 Radlett 16 7 620 Sawbridgeworth 14 2 708 Radlett 15 2 742 Letchworth Garden City 10 1 489 Stevenage 17 2 711 Bishop's Stortford 12 2 470 Bishop's Stortford 14 3 502 Radlett 12 4 355 Hemel Hempstead Town 17 1 588 Hemel Hempstead Town 16 2 490 Hoddesdon 15 - 521 Letchworth Garden City 14 1 445 West Herts 15 1 466 Radlett 12 1 363 Sawbridgeworth 13 5 251 Chorleywood 13 1 373 Sawbridgeworth 14 - 424 Letchworth Garden City 13 1 341 Stevenage 12 1 305 Letchworth Garden City 15 2 355 Stevenage 14 1 350 Chorleywood 14 - 365 West Herts 15 3 311 Stevenage 14 1 310 Hoddesdon 12 2 237 Letchworth Garden City 12 - 270 West Herts 12 3 196 Knebworth Park 15 1 303 Sawbridgeworth 12 - 253 Knebworth Park 14 1 265 Knebworth Park 15 - 304 West Herts 15 1 281

Bowling K.Toor R.Clements S.M.Browne S.Reader B.Penny J.Floros M.Townsend S.Ali Kazmi W.G.Pendered N.Hodgins S.J.Lindop M.Nevill A.Newland C.T.A.Rudkin M.D.Burrell J.Wijesinghe L.Cope I.B.Gurney P.Mehta M.E.Smith J.E.P.Rice C.Goodchild D.W.Bushnell W.Bates J.Curtis C.A.Barrett B.A.Waring D.Woosley R.Harcombe R.Barclay C.M.Randall

Clubname Overs Radlett 123.5 Radlett 89 Radlett 131.2 Hemel Hempstead Town 72.2 Hemel Hempstead Town 133.3 Bishop's Stortford 137 Bishop's Stortford 79.2 Stevenage 184.3 Chorleywood 140.4 Hemel Hempstead Town 142 Bishop's Stortford 117.4 Stevenage 114.5 Letchworth Garden City 180.1 Sawbridgeworth 82.3 Sawbridgeworth 99.3 Knebworth Park 162.5 Stevenage 129.1 West Herts 174.2 Hemel Hempstead Town 161 West Herts 192.5 Chorleywood 76.1 Stevenage 60 Chorleywood 158.1 Letchworth Garden City 160 Hoddesdon 155.4 Radlett 164 Sawbridgeworth 155.5 West Herts 131.4 Hoddesdon 146.2 Letchworth Garden City 129.5 Knebworth Park 127.1

HS Ave. 123 * 104.00 140 * 68.89 111 * 59.00 120 57.08 108 * 54.33 103 * 47.40 99 * 47.00 119 * 45.64 116 44.38 119 * 36.75 103 * 35.00 151 34.73 88 34.23 79 33.29 89 33.00 49 * 31.38 107 * 31.08 96 30.29 73 * 28.42 56 27.73 49 27.31 96 26.92 89 26.07 56 25.92 82 * 23.85 33 23.70 56 22.50 38 21.78 52 * 21.64 68 21.08 62 20.38 90 20.27 67 20.07

M Runs Wkts 27 377 37 14 270 26 45 279 24 13 269 18 27 490 32 21 496 32 17 308 17 31 567 31 13 544 29 29 436 23 24 400 21 28 324 17 47 462 24 15 334 17 17 415 21 38 546 27 16 561 27 28 604 29 36 532 25 32 640 30 14 322 15 6 325 15 33 508 22 20 590 25 25 617 26 27 536 22 30 571 22 21 551 20 29 508 18 17 614 20 21 500 16

Ave. 10.19 10.38 11.83 14.94 15.31 15.50 18.12 18.29 18.74 18.96 19.05 19.06 19.25 19.65 19.76 20.22 20.78 20.83 21.28 21.33 21.47 21.67 23.09 23.60 23.73 24.36 25.95 27.55 28.22 30.70 31.25


Celebrities Show Their Cricket Skills in Widford

Celebrities and members of the public flooded into a wet Widford ground for a charity cricket match attended by Weasley twin James Phelps, Australian fast bowling legend Jeff Thomson and star of BBC’s Merlin, Bradley James. The event, which took place at the ground of Ware CC on Sunday (25 August) raised nearly £2,000 for Bunbury’s chosen charities – Help for Heroes, the Afghan Trust and ESCA. Steve Lerigo, Chairman for Ware CC, said: “The fantastic talent on show treated us to a superb display of batting and bowling despite the wet pitch. The Bunbury’s won by 60 runs but that didn’t matter, as a crowd approaching 500 had a great time.” Both James Phelps and Bradley James took part in the match, along with a long list of stars such as Crystal Palace legend John Salako and Bunbury founder David English. The celebrity side’s opposition was the EX-MCC Young Cricketers, and included the Ware CC chairman Steve Lerigo and former England and Sussex leg-spinner Ian Salisbury, as well as other former players. Jon Perrett, who plays for Ware CC and volunteered at the event, said: “It was amazing to see so many people pack out our tiny ground”. “There was plenty to do, and everybody seemed to be enjoying themselves. It was also really good to see a few celebrity faces around, including Jeff Thomson, once Australia’s fate at the Oval was confirmed” James Phelps, who is most well-known for playing Fred Weasley in the Harry Potter films, and Bradley James, who rose to fame playing King Arthur on BBC’s fantasy drama series Merlin, both batted and bowled, with John Salako playing as the team’s wicket keeper. The Bunbury team, which also featured professional players from county sides Middlesex, Northants and Essex, ran away with the game securing a win by almost 70 runs. The game had to be shortened to a 20 overs-a-side match to try and let the ground dry out after heavy rain all day on Saturday. Steve Risby of Ware CC committee, said: “We were all in a panic on the morning of the game, heavy rain all of Saturday and through the night left us wondering if we would get a game at all.” “Early starts for the army of helpers and some Sunday sun helped us to get the ground ready in time and the day went ahead as planned.” The event also featured the Bombardier Beer bus, a bouncy castle, face painting, a licensed bar, a burger van, an ice cream van and a throw the cricket ball competition. “Fingers crossed we can do something similar again next year, bring it on!” Steve said.

Key names - David English ( Bunbury founder ) holding the trophy, to his left : John Salako, Crystal Palace, Ian Salisbury, formerly Sussex & England and Steve Lerigo, Ware CC's Chairman Behind are King Arthur from BBC's Merlin and a Weasley twin from Harry Potter and last but not least, 2nd from right end Jeff Thomson, Aussie legend. 178


Fancy Scoring at Lord's? A telephone call out of the blue in February asking me if I could score “an appointment in May” turned into the highest profile cricket match I have ever had the pleasure of scoring. England vs New Zealand! When my brain eventually cottoned on to what I was being invited to do all I could say was “Thank you” and attempt to take in the fact that I was going to score a Test Match at Lord’s. The feeling of excitement cannot be adequately described but to say I was over the moon was an understatement. After various emails and completion of paperwork I eventually presented myself at the Grace Gates on the morning of 16th May and was then directed to the scorebox to meet Andy Scarlett who is responsible for the scorebox. After putting all of my equipment down I was soon whisked off for a bacon sandwich in the players dining room where I met David Kendix, the England scorer who also presented me with the New Zealand score book (two A3 sheets of paper per innings). Before too long we headed back and I got myself settled in what would be my seat for the next five days and got A great view from the scorers box at Lord's down to getting organised for the start of play. I was also introduced to the other two members of the scoring team, Dan who identified all of the players and Charles who controlled the scoreboards. Thankfully the game started without any big dramas and by lunchtime 29 overs had been completed (the best over rate of the entire match), and I was anxious to sample the legendary Lord’s lunches. This did not disappoint although gobbling down an exquisite three course meal in approximately 15 minutes does take some getting used to. As the match progressed I became more at home and relaxed and able to enjoy the match and also have the opportunity to talk to the Umpires and Match Referee during the lunch interval. Although eating in the same room the opportunity to talk to any of the players was very limited.

Connor Mulholland sitting the scorers box (above the "W")

Sadly for me the match did not last the full five days as every minute was an experience I wanted to savour, but the memories I’ll take away will never be forgotten.

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Bushey Cricket Club 150th Anniversary In the year 2014 the Club, will be celebrating its 150th anniversary. The Club has in past years made a contribution to both the national game as well as to Hertfordshire cricket. Bob Simons a past player and latterly President of Hertfordshire County Cricket Club researched and wrote an excellent book entitled “Cricket in Hertfordshire” and he posed the following question. “Which Club in Hertfordshire has provided the County with four captains, two Hon. Secretaries, the batsman with the best average, and the second most prolific batsman? It may surprise some of today’s cricketers to learn that the answer is Bushey. It was the home club of one of the best known umpires the game has ever seen.” (That umpire was Frank Chester.) Frank Chester joined the Club at the age of 14. At the age of 16 he signed up to play for Worcestershire. By the age of 17 he had scored three centuries for that county and the “Wisden” of those years confidently predicted that ” the young Chester will surely soon play for England.” Sadly the First World War intervened and he lost an arm at Salonika. Because of his love of the game he took up umpiring and it is recorded in a book by Richie Benaud that Sir Don Bradman rated him as the best umpire under whom he had played. That, from the greatest batsman of all time, is the highest praise. His son Tom was a stalwart member as well as being an opening bat for the Club and his father remained a member until his passing.

England Captain, Alistair Cook, leads a training session with Bushey CC

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Jack Young of Middlesex and England was also a playing member of the Club before he signed up with Middlesex. As a slow left arm bowler Jack played 8 times for England. Long after he had retired from the game he used to come to the ground in company with, the then, Club Chairman Nick Birch. As far as Hertfordshire cricket is concerned the four county captains were C.E Keyser, C.D.Fastnedge, H.M.Harford and F.E.Collyer. Again, in the opinion of Bob Simons, the most successful county captain to date was Frank Collyer who played 160 times for the County over a 22 year period. Other than the captains, previously mentioned, notable Club members who significantly contributed to the County Cricket Club in alphabetical order were, S.R. Ambrose, A.J. Golding, G.D.Hodgson, F.C.de Saram, G.R.Walker, and R.Watson. Jack Golding still is in second place in the County in terms of the highest aggregate of runs scored, for the County namely 8,428 runs. Frederick de Sarum joined the Club whilst he was playing for Oxford University. He played for the University against the Australians under Woodfull and scored 128 against them, 98 of the runs came in boundaries! In 1935 he scored 904 runs for the County in 12 innings at an average of 90.4! This is still the highest recorded batting average to date in Hertfordshire. He returned to Ceylon, now Sri Lanka, after completing a Law degree, and played for them with distinction on many occasions. Against the New Zealanders in 1937 he scored 90. In 1943 he scored 118 against Pakistan. In 1953 against England with Tyson, Loader, and Statham playing he scored 43. He also scored 94 against the West Indies in 1950. Bob Simons rated him as the best batsman he had ever seen in the County. Last season the 1st and 3rd X1s gained promotion. There were some good performances in the 1st X1 particularly. Pride of place is clearly Farook Hameed who took 65 wickets in the season, including seven five wicket hauls! Chandam Sharma scored 634 runs and Lakhmir Singh scored 462 runs and took 25 wickets. We have for this next season entered for the first time a 4th X1 into the Saracens Hertfordshire League and a Sunday side into the Chess Valley League. The Club is “Club Mark� accredited and is fortunate to have a large number of E.C.B. qualified coaches, and as a consequence, has a thriving Youth section which was re-started in 2010. This year the Club will be competing in the Hertfordshire Youth Cricket Tournament and will have six teams at different ages competing. Seventeen youths were put forward for sub-county this year and seventeen were accepted! Our under twelves got to the County final and lost to the County Champions, and there was no disgrace in that! The Club clearly believe that developing talented youngsters, of which we now have a significant number, will undoubtedly strengthen the Club in the years to come, and hopefully the Club will again become a force within the County. We are always on the lookout for volunteers who may be able to help the Club in a number of ways, such as sponsorship,coaching, umpiring, scoring, etc. Contact can be made through the Club Web Site. Robin Nicholls President, Bushey Cricket Club 181


CRICKETLOVELYCRICKETLOVELYCRICKET The newly formed Enfield Cricket Development Partnership are quickly establishing themselves as 'leading lights' in the promotion of borough cricket through their 10 club association-ship since their formation during the 2012 season. The formalisation of the group followed a succession of meetings over a 2 year period of consultation at which all aspects of club cricket were discussed. As the late John Morris of Southgate Adelaide Cricket Club, the inaugural Chairman, pointed out, " from the outset the club representatives were encouraged to leave their club bias loyalties at the door and consider the wider issue of promoting the game at all levels. This helped set the scene for more open conversation and a sharing of views on many subjects including, funding opportunities, coach education, colts development and Middlesex Cricket Boards (MCB) directives". A pre-requisite of joining the Partnership is for each club to be Clubmark accredited or are working towards gaining this status. The Clubmark initiative is a Sports England scheme delivered by the ECB via the MCB whereby all affiliated sports are required to attain an approved level competence in the running of their respective club's taking in health & safety, coach education and criminal records checks, insurance liability, development plans, members registration and many other associated issues, all held in a document file available for inspection, by arrangement. While this scheme is targeted at colts (boys & girls) activities, it also has wider implications for senior cricket and helps ensure that the clubs are properly run and provide a safe, sporting environment. John added that "the Partnership now has the full responsibility for organising the Enfield Borough trials, training and the inter Borough matches including taking on local rivals, Barnet. We have a full programme of sessions from which a squad of young players will be selected for each of under 10's, 12's and 14's age groups, taken from the players nominated by local schools, clubs plus players not included in the existing county squads. This is all part of the ECB's pathway to County or even International representation, who knows we might find a new Freddy Flintoff or Captain Cook!" The MCB also operates the Chance to Shine programme, whereby selected club coaches go into schools offering cricket to pupils by way of small game matches as an introduction to the game and support to the teaching staff. Again, the organisation and deliverance of this important scheme now comes under the control of the ECDP with the participating clubs being confirmed members of the Partnership. The volunteer clubs work with local junior schools, maintaining a report system to the MCB. The Partnership look forward to building their profile throughout the Borough and welcome any new clubs wishing to join, giving them support as required. "We are an ambitious group of like minded club representatives with a passion for the game at all levels, including the ever growing ladies teams! If you know what I mean!" John concluded. James Scott, on behalf of the ECDP www.enfieldcricketdp.co.uk James Scott is also Chairman of North Enfield CC 182


John Morris - Obituary

John Morris passed away on the Greek island of Crete on Tuesday 18th June 2013 from complications due to the heart attack he suffered eleven days previously. He was 66. A gentleman, and a gentle man, he was an integral part of Southgate Adelaide Cricket Club since joining in 1990. A lot of his life previous to this I am not too aware of, although I do know that he was in the entertainment industry in his earlier years. He was in fact behind the famous Caister Soul Weekenders at one point, a renowned event that continues to this day. He also used to tell me stories about putting on a Boxing match in the Starlight Rooms in the 70’s, only involving a kangaroo and the locals. Johnners said that the kangaroo had knocked three blokes out, just getting it out of the lorry! It was after the interest in cricket shown by his sons, Joe and Anthony, that John joined Southgate Adelaide. His wife Chris worked with Neil Watts at the Priory, and he soon fitted in. He was initially the driving force behind getting a Sunday 3rd XI to play, a team he skippered, and including the likes of Gerry Fitzpatrick, current president Vic Flack and many more characters. John himself even had the sense to score a fifty, away at Guinness. Being the work side of where the famous stout is brewed in Park Royal, a case of the black stuff was put in the dressing room, so there was no need to buy a jug. By 1995, John had become chairman of Southgate Adelaide and the first eleven umpire, a role he fulfilled until June 2013. Joe was now starting to spearhead the attack in the first team, and the sense of pride John felt was immense. Anthony also became an excellent spin bowler, and even the other week with ten year old grandson Josh scoring 44 in the Under 11’s, there was a real feeling of achievement within John. He loved children, and loved to entertain children and his legacy at Southgate Adelaide will live on. In 1996 the club had a title decider against Reed on the last game of the season and John drove our minibus up there, so we could all have a beer. Incidentally, he also gave us the lbw that secured us promotion that day! He was an integral part of the team that shared such success and many members from this era have also been in touch, stunned by recent events. It was John’s work as a chairman that saw the club make great strides forward. By the end of the 90’s, a home grown side were playing in Herts Division One and off the field improvements were also taking place. It is no coincidence that the strongest position the club have ever achieved was during John’s term as chairman. John was the soul of the club, and was involved in everything from doing food, doing a barbecue, DJ’ing at the end of season party, or organising some other form of entertainment. He was also chairman when our Colts won the Middlesex County U13 title, an amazing achievement for a club of our size. Later years saw him as a major force behind the revamp of the Adelaide clubhouse, and he won the Bill Sands Trophy on numerous occasions. The Bill Sands Trophy is a cup won by the Southgate Adelaide member who puts in most work off the field and goes over and beyond the call of duty for the club. John was Mr. Southgate Adelaide. To think he won’t be getting me to move on with a committee meeting again, is a very sombre thought. I also don’t feel that any words I put here can justify the way that John would grasp a situation and deal with it, and Johnners achieved things by hook or by crook, often flying by the seat of our pants, but we achieved them. Even to the end he was the 1st XI umpire, our Chairman of Development, applying for fund raising, grants and helping out with the colts. He loved Southgate Adelaide CC, and Southgate Adelaide CC loved him. Since his passing, tributes have come in from numerous sources, on social websites and from various corners of the globe. No one had a bad word to say about John and his popularity transcended across numerous cricket clubs and sporting organisations. He was the Chairman of the Enfield Borough Cricket Development Partnership and we have had messages of condolence from Middlesex Colts and the Hertfordshire League. We have had a number of messages too from various other cricket clubs, and his standing in the communities of which he represented is a testament to the type of man he was. The sense of loss at Southgate Adelaide is extremely strong and words do not describe fully the type of man that he was. A father, a grandfather, a brother, a son, a husband, an umpire, a chairman, a leader, a do-er, an organiser, and a great bloke. This cricket club will truly miss you. May you Rest in Peace, Johnners.

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A season to remember for Old Elizabethans In last year’s handbook, David Malleson of North Enfield CC highlighted the huge challenges faced by the county’s smaller cricket clubs, both on and off the field. As a ‘smaller’ club ourselves, many of the issues he raised were all too familiar, and unfortunately an ever-present feature of modern club cricket, but as the 2013 season at Old Elizabethans has shown, size certainly isn’t a barrier to success, and with dedicated members, ambitious players and a lot of hard work, everything is possible. Founded in 1940, Old Elizabethans have been an ever-present part of the Hertfordshire League, but without ever really troubling the trophy engravers. The club’s 1st and 2nd XIs experienced one promotion and a couple of relegations in the 2000s, but the club had been struggling for a while, with a dwindling and ageing membership and tired facilities. The answer was to change that, to seek out new adult members, to set up a colts section and promote juniors in the senior sides, to widen the range of cricket available and to improve the facilities for all. As a result, membership gradually increased, and from struggling to scrape together two league sides in 2001, by 2007 we were able to set up a 3rd XI for the first time. Added to this, an ambitious programme of ground re-development was begun, building on work done during the first couple of ‘CricketForce’ weekends. A huge landfill operation not only opened up undeveloped and unused areas of our picturesque ground near Barnet, but also brought in much-needed revenue which, when combined with a grant from the ECB, allowed us to move well beyond our initial hopes. Our main cricket table was moved and a second square developed next to it, giving a home to our 3rd XI, who had spent six years welcoming teams to all sorts of dodgy pitches around the local area! And a new 4-lane net facility was constructed, and was opened in June 2011 by Sir Garfield Sobers on a day which will live long in the club’s memory.

Players and supporters enjoy a Barbecue at Old Elizabethans CC

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OEs celebrate reaching the Readers Herts County Trophy final

The 1st XI secured back-to-back promotions, finishing third in a highly-competitive Division 4, and indeed had been challenging for the title for much of the season. Alongside that, the team also fought their way to the first senior cup final in the club’s history, reaching the final of the Herts County Trophy at Radlett last September, and although they ultimately lost out to a strong Shenley Village side, just reaching that final was a huge achievement for the club. None of us who were there will ever forget the semi-final victory at Botany Bay, a game that swung back and forth on a fantastic summer’s afternoon, and was ultimately rescued from the jaws of defeat by a last wicket partnership between two of our home-grown young players! And as the icing on the cake, our 3rd XI finally benefited from the club’s increased membership and consistency of availability - not to mention finally having a proper home ground! - and led Division 13 for the whole summer to win the club’s first ever divisional title and the first pennant for our trophy cabinet! It was a dominant display, losing just one match all summer, and the title was secured with a week to spare with a record-breaking win over Hatfield Hyde, bowling them out for just 7 runs! A league title had been a long time coming to OEs, and was a fantastic achievement for a team whose ages ranged from 13 to 60, and the season was topped off by a memorable evening at Wembley to collect the trophy. And success has continued across the whole club. Our ladies side, set up in 2010, enjoyed by far their strongest season in 2013, and now have an extremely competitive team in their league, while the colts teams, playing in the Middlesex Colts leagues, continued their good form of recent years with strong performances at all levels, as well as feeding new players into the senior sides. 2013 will definitely go down as a golden summer OE III side that bowled out Hatfield Hyde III in our club’s history, and while emulating for just 7 runs on 31 Aug 2013 it will be a tall order in 2014 and beyond, expectations are high across the club, and hopefully the memory will spur on our own members to yet more success, and also show other ‘smaller’ clubs just what can be achieved. Jonathan Mackman Old Elizabethans CC 185


Leverstock Green Hosts PCA Big Bike Ride

A cool, wet and cloudy Tuesday lunchtime in late October saw sixty professional cricketers, past and present, as well as their team of mechanics, physios and supporters, cycle somewhat exhausted, into Leverstock Green’s car park. They had set out from Durham and were on the final leg of their 440 mile journey which finished at Lord's later in the day. The four day journey had taken them over the Pennines and between a variety of Test grounds in what had been fairly gruelling conditions. Their aim was to raise money for the PCA Benevolent Fund and the Tom Maynard Trust. Many of you will recall that Tom, who was talented young cricketer with Surrey C.C., died in tragic circumstances in 2012. The Trust, set up in his name, will help support needy up and coming sportsmen and sportswomen. Some of the riders including Andrew Flintoff and Darren Gough could only join part of the ride but the bulk of the riders took part for the full four days. Arriving in Leverstock Green they were led in by Marcus Trescothick, Darren Maddy, Matthew Maynard and Jason Ratcliffe, whilst other mudsplattered riders included Graham Napier, Jaik Mickleburgh, Jos Buttler and James Middlebrook. The men were accompanied on the ride by a number of equally able lady riders. The plan was that the cyclists would arrive in groups spread over forty five minutes or so. However no plans can be guaranteed and instead, as result of punctures and watering stops, they all arrived from Northampton in the space of about ten minutes. Nevertheless, around ten dedicated club members were able to look after and serve around 80 people in twenty minutes with a mixture of chilli, hot soup and rolls, sandwiches, chocolate bars, teas and coffees. We were particularly grateful to Ian Fender, landlord of the nearby Olde Leather Bottle, who is also a club member, who got his staff working to produce much of the food on the morning and also came up with a whole load of pizzas, when it became clear that the food supply was running down, due to the well known ability of cricketers to demolish anything which is put in front of them. Most of the cyclists stayed for an hour or so, whilst bikes were mended, muscles massaged and mud was washed off. It was a nice opportunity for club members to have a relaxed chat with everybody. They were an exceptionally nice bunch of people, who at the end of their stay, made a particular effort to thank us for the help we had provided, as they rode off towards a champagne reception at the hallowed ground. Ali Prosser and Jason Ratcliffe of the PCA had been the organisers and whilst with us, we told them of our, soon to begin, plans to upgrade and extend our clubhouse. They kindly offered to provide us with some memorabilia to auction and help with fundraising. This they did and we were able to add £840 to our funds in February. Indeed, clubs playing at the Green this summer will hardly recognise the place and we hope will be more than pleasantly surprised. PCA Benevolent Fund: www.thepca.co.uk/charity-overview.html Tom Maynard Trust: www.tommaynardtrust.com 186

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Top Asset Now Available for Herts League During the 2014 season the Shenley Cricket Centre’s main ground, the Denis Compton Oval, will be used every weekend by Shenley Village Cricket Club’s first and second XIs, while their third and fourth teams will now play on their former wicket on the nursery ground. This will provide a big improvement in facilities for both the club’s own players and our visiting teams. Ever since 1993, when the Shenley club had to give up their former home ground in Green Street, Shenley, they have aspired to use both grounds at the Shenley Cricket Centre. However, during these intervening years the club has been through a number of different ground arrangements. When the lease ended on Green Street, Shenley Village CC were faced with either having to fold or find a new ground. There began a number of seasons essentially as a nomad side, playing at local facilities used by Laing’s construction and Marconi in Borehamwood, as well as the odd Saturday when they could book at Shenley. A season at Woodside Park in Totteridge proved to be a potential member loser–just at a time when the club had grown from one team to nearly three. But during this same period the Hertfordshire County Secretary Derek Dredge was reviving the former Shenley Hospital Ground from decay. As an architect, Derek oversaw the maintenance and rebuilding of much of the old pavilion and the building of an excellent scorebox. He managed to acquire the old automated scoreboard console from Lord’s to put inside this score box and also engaged Chris Wood, a local expert groundsman, to bring the pitch and outfield back into very good condition. Chris was subsequently employed by the ECB as its head Pitch Inspector for all of England’s Test grounds and Shenley was soon being used as a first venue for each international touring side to play on. Relatively recently, the Shenley wicket was voted the 2nd best wicket in the country - after Trent Bridge - by the first-class Umpires Association’s members. Having restored the ground and the pavilion, Dredge tried very hard to make Shenley the home ground for Hertfordshire’s county matches but could not afford the upkeep. Soon afterwards the MCC seriously considered it as an out-ground to accommodate their growing number of fixtures but, having found that it could not become a members only facility, did not pursue it further. Shenley was also considered when Middlesex were looking for a new training base before subsequently settling in at neighbouring Radlett. In recent years, having been used on occasion by the ECB for women’s and Under 19 internationals until 2008, the Denis Compton

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Oval has been used primarily for corporate games and for Middlesex League third team fixtures, as well as hosting the MCC Young Cricketers. Shenley’s main ground has an interesting history. It was designed and made into a cricket ground under the direction of the legendary W. G. Grace on behalf of the local landowner in the late 19th century. The Porter family hosted many games, but generations later had to sell up and the Manor House and surrounding land were turned into a hospital by the government of the day, eventually becoming an officers’ hospital during the 2nd World War. It is said that a German Spy was detected among the hospital’s patients only when he was invited to play cricket for an officer’s team versus another local hospital. The story goes that everything was going well until the captain noticed that one player seemingly had no idea where to go when asked to field in the gully or at 3rd man, for instance. And when he was asked to bowl and bat it quickly became even more apparent that this man’s cover story and supposed school background really did not match with his total lack of ability at any aspect of our beloved game. A foreigner for sure. A court martial was conducted and the imposter found guilty of spying and impersonating an officer. He was subsequently shot by firing squad! Some members would claim we still have a couple of German spies playing for Shenley today… Following an agreement with the current leaseholder, from this season Shenley Village will now play 20 games on the Main Ground and 30 games on the nursery ground, with the addition of 20 junior games. The club runs training sessions four days a week and work is about to start on building a new, state of the art, four-lane outdoor practice facility, made possible by a recent generous award from Lafarge-Tarmac’s Landfill Communities Fund. This will be the latest addition to the club’s programme of improvement to our cricket facilities over the past five years. For Saracens League and Sunday cup competitions, the club is looking forward to having two of its teams playing together at Shenley - a pleasant change and a real boost to the club’s social programme, not to mention the upgrade to our third and fourth teams’ general playing facilities. It is doubtful any other team in Division 12 will have a wicket and outfield recently marked at 8.2 and 8.0 from the visiting second division captains. On the nursery ground they will have sight screens for the first time, along with the availability of covers, an electronic scoreboard, boundary rope and practice nets. It is worth a mention to visiting clubs that there will often be weddings or parties in the pavilion or marquee on Saturdays. We apologise in advance for not always having the full use of the pavilion, but cricketers will have their own designated area upstairs for tea and a bar, as well as changing rooms, toilets and showers for all four teams playing, and the umpires. In addition to the Shenley Cricket Centre the club will continue to use the nearby Napsbury cricket ground in London Colney for building our fifth team, playing some junior games and in trying once again to build a regular girls team. The completion of the club’s long-held ambition of playing on both grounds at Shenley, together with our winning the County Trophy in 2013 and beginning our debut year in Division One, mean things are on a high at Shenley Village going into the 2014 season. We very much look forward to welcoming all the clubs of the county to play at the Shenley Cricket Centre. We feel that good wickets are necessary for the development of our cricket, and by offering such excellent facilities to our members we can improve the performances of the club’s teams and can look forward to bringing through some good cricketers over the coming years. Ray McLennan 189


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Hertfordshire Association of Cricket Groundsmen (constituent member of Hertfordshire County Cricket Association)

The Hertfordshire Association of Cricket Groundsmen has continued to support all cricket facility providers within the County where necessary with a broad range of member benefits. The Association has continued its prime function of giving expert advice and guidance from professional groundsmen across all matters pertaining to the preparation, management and maintenance of cricket grounds. The Association enables members to access specialised machinery and equipment and provides ground maintenance equipment for hire as well as negotiating discounts for bulk purchase of seed, soil and fertiliser. The Association also organises its own workshops on machinery servicing and maintenance and various events on pitch and outfield maintenance and renovation. The Association once again awarded the Derek Dredge Award for quality of ground for 2013. This is sponsored by A.T.Bone who do the end of season work on a square free of charge. During 2013, the Association has continued to fund members taking Foundation Courses part A and B to the tune of 50%. Courses continue to be offered in the Autumn and Spring of each year. Andy Clarke, the pitch advisor has been working to use “Performance Quality Standards” at as many clubs as possible and to provide support, guidance, education and training. In November 2013 the Association helped to entertain a group of Sri Lankan groundsmen and officials in England to inspect cricket grounds and visit suppliers of cricket machinery. They visited Test Grounds, Ransoms of Ipswich and Barenbrug seed specialists among others. Andy continues to play a role in the new National Club Strategy. He has delivered umpire training on effective pitch marking as part of the drive to improve pitches in Bedfordshire. The Association offered a free day out at the Saltex Trade Fair on Wednesday September 4th 2013 for Association members. The Association continues to provide members with access to the ‘trailer’ of specialist equipment for hire, particularly for end of season renovation. The take up this year has been very good. In October 2013 Andy delivered a five day course in Cricket facility management at Aldenham School. Regeneration and advice on maintenance has been given to a number of Hertfordshire clubs during 2013. The Association delivered a Conference at Harpenden Cricket Club in March 2014 comprising several seminars including the use of the Equipment Bank and pitch advice with a keynote speaker. Jerry Dovey is at present being mentored to become a pitch adviser. Chris Wood has provided a copy of the County Grounds Association advice document to the Association which we are hoping to adopt.

Chris Wood President HACG

The Association’s Committee now consists of: Chris Wood (President) -ECB Pitch Adviser. Richard Robertson (Chairman)- Reed CC, Peter Wholley (Secretary) -North Herts Cricket Development Group, Jerry Dovey (Treasurer)- Letchworth CC, Andy Clarke -Herts Pitch Adviser, Enfield CC, Ian Smith -Grounds Director at St Albans School and Rob Kendle – Director ATBone.

The HAGC Management Committee meets three times a year at with the AGM being held at Letchworth Cricket Club in March. Richard Robertson HACG Chairman 01763 848835 191


League History Time-line

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 for the top 16 clubs in Herts. 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 Ltd sponsor the new League Knock-out 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 to 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. Knock-out cup sponsored by Becker Transport. 1999 Premier Division split into two divisions of 10 with matches played on a home and away basis. Website created containing information about the League and results. 2000 Sponsorship agreement initiated with Saracens RFC - ÂŁ100,000 for first 3 years, and thereafter for ÂŁ30,000 per annum. (The shorter young player on the left is Steven Finn!)

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.

Website received 500,000 hits. 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. Website tops 1 million hits in 12 months. 2003 Creation of the Junior Development League with 22 clubs competing in four regional divisions. Reporting of facilities and umpires marking, all carried out online. 2004 The Junior Development League increased to 30 clubs

The website attracts over 2 million hits during the 2003 season.

2005 League adopts new Child Welfare policies and all clubs appoint welfare officers

The website continues to grow, with over 3 million hits a year.

2006 Final year of Becker Transport sponsorship of County knock-out cup 192


2007 Division 14 created to help accommodate 16 new teams. New Website launched. 2008 Record number of teams playing in the League - 260. 2009 Fully automated results system introduced with teams reporting via text message system developed by the League. 2010 Kookaburra Readers become the new sponsors of the Cup and Trophy knock-out. Annual dinner and awards presentation is replaced by a presentation event at Wembley Stadium, along with the Saracens match in the Heineken Cup.

2011 EGM turns down proposal to regionalise Divisions 11 - 14. 266 teams in the League. 2012 Over 2,000 respond to two surveys designed to generate ideas on the future of cricket in Hertfordshire. Trophies presentation during Saracens final match at a snowy Vicarage Road.

2013 Saracens continue with their sponsorship for a fourteenth year. AGM turns down proposals to introduce an equal overs game, based on survey results, but approves proposal to regionalise Divisions 11 to 14. 2014 Clubs withdrawn from the Home Counties Premier League and form the top of the Hertfordshire League. Divisions 11 East & 11 West, and 12 East & 12 West formed on a regional basis. 193


Facilities Marking 2013 Division One Pitch O/Fd Scns Bdry S/Bx C/H Ave Ampthill Town 8.00 7.71 8.14 7.57 8.14 7.86 7.90 Flitwick 7.89 7.33 8.22 7.89 8.22 8.22 7.96 Hertford 8.13 7.38 6.88 7.63 7.75 7.63 7.56 Hitchin 7.11 7.11 7.44 7.44 7.33 6.11 7.09 Langleybury 6.14 6.14 7.29 7.00 7.57 7.29 6.90 Luton Town & Indians 7.88 8.13 8.25 8.63 9.13 8.38 8.40 Old Finchleians 6.11 6.56 7.11 6.89 8.11 7.44 7.04 Reed 6.89 7.00 7.67 7.33 6.78 7.33 7.17 St Albans 7.00 6.88 7.25 7.50 7.25 6.75 7.10 Totteridge Millhillians 7.57 6.14 7.29 6.43 7.57 8.14 7.19 Divisional Average 7.27 7.04 7.55 7.43 7.79 7.52 7.43 Division Two Baldock Botany Bay Broxbourne Cockfosters County Hall Dunstable Hemel Hempstead II Holtwhites Trinibis Kings Langley Leverstock Green Northchurch Northwood Preston Radlett II Shenley Village St Albans West Indian St Margaretsbury Watford Town Welwyn Garden City II Wheathampstead Divisional Average

Division Four (cont.) Pitch O/Fd Scns Bdry S/Bx C/H Ave St Albans II 7.13 7.25 7.63 7.25 7.63 7.50 7.40 Ware 7.63 8.00 7.63 8.00 7.25 6.75 7.54 Watton-at-Stone 7.44 6.56 7.22 7.67 6.44 6.89 7.04 West Herts II 7.86 7.14 8.43 7.86 8.57 8.43 8.05 Divisional Average 7.34 7.36 7.59 7.61 7.69 7.43 7.51 Division Five Pitch O/Fd Scns Bdry S/Bx C/H Ave Chipperfield Clarendon II 8.50 7.67 8.67 7.33 8.83 8.33 8.22 Chorleywood II 6.71 7.43 7.71 7.43 7.43 7.71 7.40 Cockfosters II 5.00 6.83 7.67 7.33 8.00 7.50 7.06 Datchworth 7.38 7.25 6.88 7.38 8.13 7.25 7.38 Dunstable II 7.67 8.67 8.33 8.44 8.78 8.56 8.41 Flamstead 7.11 7.44 7.22 7.44 7.56 6.33 7.19 Harpenden III 7.33 7.67 7.22 7.78 6.89 6.00 7.15 Hatfield & Crusaders 6.50 6.67 7.17 7.00 7.17 6.83 6.89 Hatfield & Crusaders II 7.56 7.56 8.00 7.89 7.00 7.56 7.59 Hitchin II 8.00 8.14 8.14 8.14 8.29 8.00 8.12 Langleybury II 7.29 7.29 7.57 7.29 7.71 7.86 7.50 Leverstock Green II 7.80 7.60 8.10 7.40 7.90 8.00 7.80 Old Camdenians 6.90 7.40 7.40 7.10 7.20 8.30 7.38 Old Cholmeleians 6.38 6.75 7.25 7.13 7.13 6.00 6.77 Parkfield & Headstone 6.63 6.75 6.38 7.38 6.63 7.63 6.90 Preston II 6.78 7.33 6.78 7.22 7.78 7.44 7.22 Sandridge 6.78 6.00 6.78 6.67 6.22 6.22 6.44 Southgate Compton 6.67 7.00 7.33 7.17 7.67 7.67 7.25 Watford Town II 7.38 7.75 7.88 7.50 7.50 7.38 7.56 Welwyn Garden City III 7.43 7.14 6.14 7.00 6.57 6.86 6.86 Divisional Average 7.09 7.32 7.43 7.40 7.52 7.37 7.35

Pitch O/Fd Scns Bdry S/Bx C/H Ave 6.43 6.14 6.57 6.14 6.57 6.14 6.33 7.50 8.00 7.80 7.80 7.40 7.70 7.70 6.89 7.89 8.33 7.67 8.11 8.00 7.81 5.20 6.40 7.70 7.00 7.30 7.40 6.83 7.67 7.17 7.83 7.83 7.67 6.67 7.47 8.50 8.88 8.75 8.75 8.63 8.88 8.73 7.63 7.75 7.88 7.38 7.38 7.75 7.63 6.89 7.44 7.67 7.67 7.89 7.89 7.57 8.25 7.13 6.88 7.13 8.25 8.75 7.73 7.75 7.25 7.75 7.38 8.25 7.75 7.69 8.67 8.56 7.44 8.33 8.11 8.67 8.30 7.30 7.60 7.60 8.00 6.70 8.00 7.53 6.25 8.25 7.50 7.63 8.75 7.88 7.71 7.71 8.29 8.43 8.29 8.57 8.86 8.36 7.63 8.25 7.88 7.63 7.75 7.25 7.73 6.63 7.13 6.38 6.25 6.13 5.75 6.38 7.75 7.25 7.75 7.75 7.63 7.63 7.63 7.13 7.63 8.13 7.50 7.13 7.38 7.48 8.44 8.33 7.33 7.78 8.33 8.44 8.11 6.43 5.57 7.43 7.57 7.71 7.71 7.07 7.33 7.55 7.65 7.57 7.71 7.73 7.59

Division Six Pitch O/Fd Scns Bdry S/Bx C/H Ave Bentley Heath 5.91 7.18 6.82 7.27 6.82 6.64 6.77 Boxmoor 7.00 7.29 6.86 7.14 7.29 6.86 7.07 Clifton 7.00 7.10 7.10 7.90 7.80 7.20 7.35 Flitwick II 7.86 7.57 7.86 7.86 8.00 7.71 7.81 Hemel Hempstead III 7.11 6.78 7.00 6.56 6.56 6.56 6.76 Hertford III 7.75 7.25 6.13 7.13 7.13 7.88 7.21 Hoddesdon II 6.43 7.29 7.57 6.57 7.00 7.00 6.98 Kings Langley II 7.63 7.00 7.25 6.88 7.88 8.13 7.46 Knebworth Park III 6.83 6.83 7.33 7.00 7.00 7.83 7.14 Northwood II 7.22 7.33 7.22 7.44 7.33 7.56 7.35 Old Cholmeleians II 6.25 7.00 7.13 7.13 6.63 6.63 6.79 Old Finchleians II 5.88 6.88 7.25 6.50 8.00 7.25 6.96 Old Haberdashers 6.25 5.63 7.00 7.25 6.88 6.25 6.54 Radlett III 7.38 7.63 7.38 7.00 7.25 8.00 7.44 Redbourn II 8.00 7.13 7.38 7.25 8.75 8.00 7.75 Shenley Village II 7.75 8.38 8.25 8.25 8.25 7.88 8.13 St Margaretsbury II 7.75 7.75 8.00 8.63 7.88 8.25 8.04 Totteridge Millhillians III 7.00 7.00 7.43 7.71 6.00 6.86 7.00 Wheathampstead II 6.50 7.38 7.00 7.38 8.13 7.63 7.33 Wormley 7.13 7.00 7.00 7.13 7.25 7.13 7.10 Divisional Average 7.03 7.17 7.25 7.30 7.39 7.36 7.25

Division Three Pitch O/Fd Scns Bdry S/Bx C/H Ave Abbots Langley 7.44 7.00 7.78 7.33 7.78 7.78 7.52 Chipperfield Clarendon 7.80 7.40 7.70 7.40 8.00 8.20 7.75 Eversholt 7.00 6.86 8.00 7.00 7.00 6.86 7.12 Harpenden II 7.90 8.10 7.90 7.60 8.10 7.60 7.87 Hatfield Hyde 7.36 7.00 7.00 7.09 7.18 7.55 7.20 Ickleford 6.75 6.88 7.13 7.38 6.38 7.25 6.96 Knebworth Park II 7.50 7.50 7.38 7.25 8.13 7.38 7.52 Letchworth G. City II 7.90 7.80 7.00 7.30 7.60 7.40 7.50 Luton Town & Indians II 8.00 8.13 9.13 9.00 9.13 8.75 8.69 Met Police Bushey 6.56 8.22 8.00 8.11 7.33 8.78 7.83 North Enfield 6.38 7.25 7.13 7.50 7.13 7.50 7.15 North Mymms II 8.11 7.89 8.22 8.22 8.33 7.56 8.06 Old Albanian 7.00 8.00 8.50 8.17 7.00 9.00 7.94 Old Owens 8.00 8.13 8.25 8.25 8.88 7.88 8.23 Potters Bar II 7.00 7.67 7.67 7.33 7.67 7.50 7.47 Redbourn 7.38 7.13 7.50 7.50 9.00 8.00 7.75 Southgate Adelaide 7.43 7.29 7.43 7.57 7.29 7.29 7.38 Stevenage II 6.56 7.78 7.22 7.67 8.00 7.78 7.50 Totteridge Millhillians II 7.78 7.67 8.00 7.89 6.89 7.89 7.69 Waltham X Rosedale 4.90 6.70 6.40 7.40 7.80 7.20 6.73 Divisional Average 7.24 7.52 7.67 7.65 7.73 7.76 7.59 Division Four Ampthill Town II Bayford & Hertford Berkhamsted Bishops Stortford II Broxbourne II Bushey Cheshunt Hertford II Hertingfordbury London Colney Northampton Exiles Northwood Town Old Elizabethans Potton Town Rickmansworth Sawbridgeworth II

Division Seven Pitch O/Fd Scns Bdry S/Bx C/H Ave Abbots Langley II 6.86 7.43 8.14 7.71 9.14 8.29 7.93 Botany Bay II 7.25 7.50 6.88 6.50 7.13 7.63 7.15 Codicote 6.75 7.13 6.75 7.13 7.00 7.00 6.96 Eversholt II 7.89 7.44 7.89 7.44 7.67 7.67 7.67 Great Gaddesden 5.67 6.89 6.56 6.67 6.56 6.44 6.46 Hexton 5.88 7.25 7.75 7.63 6.38 4.75 6.60 Holtwhites Trinibis II 6.67 7.33 7.89 7.44 8.33 8.56 7.70 Ickleford II 7.50 7.25 7.63 7.63 7.38 8.00 7.56 Letchworth G. City III 8.11 7.33 7.11 7.44 6.89 7.67 7.43 Luton Town & Indians III 6.25 7.13 3.00 7.38 7.63 6.75 6.35 Old Albanian II 7.44 7.67 7.67 7.67 8.44 9.00 7.98 Potters Bar III 7.13 7.50 7.75 7.13 7.88 6.00 7.23 Radlett IV 7.83 7.67 7.33 7.33 7.83 7.50 7.58 Reed II 8.00 7.78 7.67 7.44 7.56 8.00 7.74 Rickmansworth II 6.67 6.78 6.22 7.11 6.78 7.11 6.78 Southgate Adelaide II 7.44 7.33 7.11 7.22 6.56 7.22 7.15 St Albans III 6.89 6.56 1.11 5.44 4.78 6.22 5.17 Stevenage III 6.57 6.29 1.00 6.57 5.00 6.00 5.24 Tewin 5.83 7.50 7.00 7.17 6.83 7.67 7.00 Waltham X Rosedale II 6.14 7.14 7.14 7.00 7.57 7.71 7.12 Divisional Average 6.94 7.25 6.48 7.15 7.17 7.26 7.04

Pitch O/Fd Scns Bdry S/Bx C/H Ave 7.89 7.89 8.11 8.00 7.89 8.11 7.98 7.22 7.78 7.56 7.56 7.78 8.00 7.65 7.44 7.78 7.78 7.67 8.22 8.22 7.85 7.63 8.00 8.00 7.88 8.25 7.50 7.88 7.50 8.38 8.25 7.75 8.38 8.50 8.13 5.60 5.40 7.50 7.30 7.20 6.80 6.63 6.70 7.10 6.70 7.30 6.70 7.30 6.97 8.56 8.56 7.78 7.78 8.44 7.67 8.13 7.33 7.83 7.00 7.67 6.50 6.50 7.14 7.89 7.00 8.11 8.11 8.89 7.56 7.93 6.57 6.86 7.00 7.86 8.29 7.29 7.31 6.86 6.57 7.00 7.14 7.29 7.00 6.98 6.86 6.43 7.14 7.14 6.86 6.71 6.86 7.44 7.33 7.89 7.56 7.67 6.33 7.37 7.22 7.11 6.78 7.33 7.00 7.33 7.13 8.00 8.13 8.38 7.38 8.63 8.25 8.13 194


Division Eight Pitch O/Fd Scns Bdry S/Bx C/H Ave Baldock II 6.22 5.89 7.11 6.78 7.11 7.56 6.78 Bushey II 6.14 6.57 7.57 6.86 7.29 7.57 7.00 County Hall II 7.22 7.22 7.44 7.11 7.00 7.33 7.22 Dunstable III 7.89 8.11 7.44 7.44 7.00 8.33 7.70 Harpenden IV 7.14 7.14 5.86 7.00 5.86 5.43 6.40 Hatfield Hyde II 7.63 7.50 7.00 7.25 8.25 7.63 7.54 Hemel Hempstead IV 7.63 7.75 6.38 6.38 6.88 7.38 7.06 Langleybury III 6.43 6.14 7.14 7.14 7.43 6.57 6.81 Letchworth G. City IV 7.57 7.00 6.14 7.43 6.43 7.86 7.07 Met Police Bushey II 7.20 7.70 6.60 6.70 7.60 8.30 7.35 Mill Hill Village 6.89 7.00 7.00 7.44 7.22 7.11 7.11 North Enfield II 7.33 7.11 7.33 7.22 7.67 7.78 7.41 Northampton Exiles II 7.18 7.18 7.55 7.18 8.45 7.45 7.50 Northchurch II 8.13 7.88 7.63 8.00 7.88 7.63 7.85 Northwood Town II 7.00 6.22 7.11 7.22 7.11 7.56 7.04 Offley & Stopsley 6.44 6.56 5.78 7.11 6.89 5.44 6.37 Old Camdenians II 7.00 6.57 7.14 6.71 7.29 7.29 7.00 Old Owens II 7.00 8.00 8.00 7.89 8.56 8.22 7.94 Sawbridgeworth III 7.67 7.56 1.67 7.00 6.78 6.89 6.26 Totteridge Millhillians IV 7.75 7.50 6.38 7.00 6.38 7.50 7.08 Divisional Average 7.17 7.13 6.71 7.14 7.25 7.34 7.12

Division Eleven (cont.) Pitch O/Fd Scns Bdry S/Bx C/H Ave Northampton Exiles III 6.13 6.38 6.25 6.13 6.38 6.25 6.25 Potters Bar IV 8.00 8.25 8.25 8.25 8.00 7.75 8.08 Potton Town II 7.33 7.33 7.67 7.50 7.67 7.00 7.42 Preston III 3.83 6.33 - 6.67 6.33 4.00 4.53 Radlett V 5.00 6.00 7.00 6.67 5.00 3.33 5.50 Shenley Village III 7.50 7.33 - 7.33 7.00 7.83 6.17 Southgate Compton II 7.00 7.17 7.67 7.33 7.67 7.50 7.39 St Albans IV 7.17 7.00 1.17 7.00 7.00 7.17 6.08 St Margaretsbury III 7.88 7.63 7.25 7.50 7.38 8.25 7.65 Ware II 8.11 8.33 7.89 7.78 7.89 7.67 7.94 Divisional Average 6.92 7.14 5.12 7.22 7.12 6.95 6.75 Division Twelve Pitch O/Fd Scns Bdry S/Bx C/H Ave Bentley Heath II 7.00 8.00 7.50 7.75 8.00 7.75 7.67 Berkhamsted III 8.38 7.88 7.88 7.75 7.63 8.25 7.96 Broxbourne IV 8.17 8.17 7.17 6.83 7.67 6.67 7.44 Bushey III 6.33 6.56 0.78 6.56 7.00 6.67 5.65 Cheshunt II 8.25 7.50 7.50 7.25 7.00 7.25 7.46 Harpenden V 7.50 6.75 - 7.00 7.25 5.88 5.73 Hatfield & Crusaders V 6.88 7.50 2.63 7.38 6.88 7.38 6.44 Hemel Hempstead V 7.17 7.17 3.50 7.17 6.83 6.33 6.36 Langleybury IV 7.63 7.38 7.50 7.63 7.75 7.75 7.60 Met Police Bushey III 8.14 8.00 7.71 7.29 8.00 8.57 7.95 Mill Hill Village III 7.71 7.00 7.43 6.71 7.00 6.71 7.10 Old Albanian III 8.67 8.00 9.00 8.33 8.33 9.50 8.64 Preston IV 5.67 6.00 2.33 6.67 7.33 5.83 5.64 Redbourn III 6.78 6.56 7.56 7.56 7.11 7.33 7.15 Rickmansworth IV 5.75 5.88 6.88 7.13 7.50 7.50 6.77 Southgate Adelaide III 7.50 7.38 7.75 7.63 8.13 7.00 7.56 Stevenage V 7.75 7.50 1.00 6.63 6.88 6.50 6.04 Tewin II 7.56 7.89 7.00 7.78 7.67 7.78 7.61 Watford Town III 6.00 7.00 0.88 6.88 6.75 7.13 5.77 Divisional Average 7.31 7.27 5.37 7.26 7.41 7.25 6.98

Division Nine Pitch O/Fd Scns Bdry S/Bx C/H Ave Allenburys 8.29 7.71 8.14 7.71 7.57 8.14 7.93 Bayford & Hertford II 8.13 8.38 8.25 8.25 8.13 8.00 8.19 Berkhamsted II 7.83 7.83 8.33 7.67 8.00 8.17 7.97 Bovingdon 6.86 7.00 2.00 7.14 7.00 6.71 6.12 Broxbourne III 7.88 8.00 7.75 6.88 7.63 8.38 7.75 Cockfosters III 7.33 7.33 7.56 7.22 8.33 8.22 7.67 Greenwood Park 6.88 6.50 2.75 7.25 6.88 6.75 6.17 Harpenden Dolphins 4.38 6.50 0.88 7.25 7.00 7.25 5.54 Hatch End 6.22 6.67 7.00 7.33 7.11 7.00 6.89 Hatfield & Crusaders III 7.10 7.00 6.80 7.40 7.50 7.50 7.22 Hertford IV 7.50 7.30 5.90 7.00 6.20 7.10 6.83 Knebworth Park IV 7.38 7.25 6.25 7.38 6.88 7.88 7.17 Leverstock Green III 7.00 7.80 7.80 8.20 8.00 6.40 7.53 Little B. Sahibs 6.90 7.30 7.70 7.70 7.30 7.80 7.45 London Colney II 8.57 8.29 8.71 8.29 9.29 8.43 8.60 Old Elizabethans II 6.88 6.75 7.75 8.38 6.75 7.13 7.27 Pirton 6.13 6.13 - 7.50 6.75 7.50 5.67 Reed III 8.00 6.75 7.50 6.75 7.38 6.13 7.08 Rickmansworth III 6.60 6.00 - 7.40 6.60 7.20 5.63 Divisional Average 7.15 7.18 5.85 7.51 7.38 7.46 7.09

Division Thirteen Pitch O/Fd Scns Bdry S/Bx C/H Ave Abbots Langley IV 7.67 7.33 2.33 7.44 7.78 8.22 6.80 Baldock III 7.00 7.50 6.17 7.00 6.67 4.83 6.53 Boxmoor III 6.14 6.71 0.86 7.14 6.43 4.86 5.36 Chorleywood IV 7.20 7.40 2.80 7.00 7.00 7.40 6.47 Datchworth III 7.71 7.57 2.00 7.43 7.14 7.71 6.60 Hatfield Hyde III 7.50 6.83 1.17 6.67 7.00 7.17 6.06 Hertford V 7.00 7.20 2.40 7.80 7.20 7.40 6.50 Leverstock Green IV 7.50 7.13 7.63 7.75 8.00 8.63 7.77 Northwood Town III 5.88 5.38 1.75 6.25 6.00 6.88 5.35 Old Camdenians III 6.33 4.33 5.56 6.56 7.00 7.56 6.22 Old Elizabethans III 5.88 6.88 6.88 7.25 6.38 6.88 6.69 Old Owens III 7.57 7.71 7.43 7.43 7.43 8.71 7.71 Redbourn IV 5.88 5.50 6.00 7.75 6.25 7.38 6.46 Reed IV 8.00 7.67 7.00 7.33 7.50 7.67 7.53 Rickmansworth V 4.83 5.67 4.67 7.17 6.67 6.67 5.94 Shenley Village IV 7.50 6.50 1.75 7.13 7.13 7.75 6.29 Waltham X Rosedale IV 4.57 6.43 3.00 7.14 7.14 8.14 6.07 Watford Town IV 6.71 6.43 2.00 6.57 6.71 5.29 5.62 Welwyn Garden City V 5.63 5.38 2.38 7.25 6.75 6.50 5.65 Wheathampstead III 6.11 7.56 5.67 6.78 6.67 5.56 6.39 Divisional Average 6.63 6.66 3.97 7.14 6.94 7.06 6.40

Division Ten Pitch O/Fd Scns Bdry S/Bx C/H Ave Abbots Langley III 7.50 7.50 3.63 7.13 7.00 8.00 6.79 Boxmoor II 7.22 6.56 2.33 6.78 6.89 7.00 6.13 Chorleywood III 6.38 7.13 2.63 7.25 6.75 6.88 6.17 Datchworth II 6.83 7.50 6.33 7.67 8.00 7.83 7.36 Flamstead II 6.71 7.71 7.57 7.57 7.71 6.57 7.31 Frogmore 7.00 6.88 2.63 7.38 5.25 6.88 6.00 Hertingfordbury II 7.25 7.38 7.75 7.25 7.25 6.75 7.27 Hitchin III 7.83 8.00 7.17 7.67 6.00 5.67 7.06 Hoddesdon III 8.00 7.50 5.88 7.25 7.25 6.88 7.13 Kings Langley III 7.25 7.13 7.38 6.38 7.25 6.00 6.90 Luton Town & Indians IV 5.57 7.57 1.00 7.29 7.14 7.29 5.98 North Mymms III 6.25 6.63 0.88 7.63 7.13 7.25 5.96 Northwood III 7.57 7.43 6.29 7.14 7.43 7.00 7.14 Parkfield & Headstone II 6.67 6.44 7.22 7.33 7.11 7.33 7.02 Sandridge II 6.86 6.14 5.57 7.00 7.00 6.71 6.55 Stevenage IV 6.25 6.50 0.88 7.00 6.13 7.00 5.63 Waltham X Rosedale III 5.50 5.33 - 6.33 7.17 7.83 5.36 Welwyn Garden City IV 7.88 7.50 2.50 7.38 7.50 7.88 6.77 West Herts III 6.13 7.13 7.63 7.38 6.75 6.13 6.85 Wormley II 7.50 7.25 7.50 7.25 8.00 7.50 7.50 Divisional Average 6.91 7.06 4.64 7.20 7.04 7.02 6.64

Division Fourteen Berkhamsted IV Botany Bay IV Datchworth IV Frogmore II Harpenden VI Hitchin IV Ickleford IV Kings Langley IV Knebworth Park VI Stevenage VI Wheathampstead IV Divisional Average

Division Eleven Pitch O/Fd Scns Bdry S/Bx C/H Ave Botany Bay III 7.71 8.00 7.14 7.43 7.00 8.29 7.60 Chipperfield Clarendon III 6.75 5.75 2.00 6.50 7.75 8.00 6.13 Cockfosters IV 7.13 7.25 7.75 7.38 7.25 8.25 7.50 Flitwick III 4.50 6.00 - 6.67 6.50 6.17 4.97 Hatfield & Crusaders IV 5.75 6.75 7.00 7.25 7.25 7.00 6.83 Holtwhites Trinibis III 7.50 7.67 7.50 7.50 8.33 8.17 7.78 Ickleford III 7.17 7.33 2.33 7.17 7.17 5.00 6.03 Knebworth Park V 7.43 6.71 1.00 6.71 6.43 7.43 5.95 Letchworth C. City V 9.33 8.33 7.33 8.50 7.67 7.00 8.03 Mill Hill Village II 7.10 7.20 7.20 7.20 6.80 7.00 7.08 195

Pitch O/Fd Scns Bdry S/Bx C/H Ave 8.00 8.00 7.50 8.50 4.50 9.00 7.58 8.33 8.33 7.33 8.00 7.00 7.67 7.78 8.75 7.75 4.75 8.00 8.25 9.25 7.79 7.83 7.17 3.50 7.33 7.33 7.17 6.72 7.67 8.33 3.00 8.33 7.00 8.33 7.11 6.33 6.33 6.00 7.00 7.00 5.00 6.28 8.00 8.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.33 8.00 7.00 8.25 7.75 7.50 7.25 7.63 7.50 7.00 3.00 8.00 7.00 7.00 6.58 7.50 7.50 7.50 7.50 7.50 8.00 7.58 6.00 7.00 5.00 7.00 5.67 6.33 6.17 7.63 7.49 5.71 7.67 6.89 7.45 7.14


Hertfordshire Cricket League Records

Winner Runner-up

Premier 2000 Hoddesdon 2001 Hertford

Hertford West Herts

One 2000 Welwyn Garden City 2001 Chorleywood 2002 St Margaretsbury 2003 Sawbridgeworth 2004 Knebworth Park 2005 Hoddesdon 2006 Millhillians 2007 Bishop's Stortford 2008 St Albans 2009 Knebworth Park 2010 Totteridge Millhillians 2011 Totteridge Millhillians 2012 Chorleywood 2013 Hertford

Hitchin Potters Bar Millhillians North Mymms Langleybury Hertford Harpenden Langleybury Letchworth Hitchin Hertford Langleybury Knebworth Park Totteridge Millhillians

Two 2000 Knebworth Park 2001 Harpenden 2002 Abbots Langley 2003 Leverstock Green 2004 Harpenden 2005 Berkhamsted 2006 Dunstable 2007 Berkhamsted 2008 Leverstock Green 2009 Radlett II 2010 Flitwick 2011 Old Finchleians 2012 Reed 2013 Dunstable

Old Albanian St Margaretsbury Radlett II Preston Northchurch Northwood Bishop's Stortford Reed Chorleywood Old Finchleians Ampthill Town Cockfosters Luton Town & Indians Botany Bay

Three 2000 Eversholt 2001 UCA 2002 Northchurch 2003 Reed 2004 Knebworth Park II 2005 Potters Bar II 2006 Radlett II 2007 Leverstock Green 2008 Harpenden II 2009 Shenley Village 2010 County Hall 2011 Letchworth II 2012 Botany Bay 2013 Abbots Langley

Hatfield Hemel Hempstead Town II Wormley St Albans II Welwyn Garden City II Hemel Hempstead Town Cockfosters Hatfield Bishop's Stortford II Redbourn Chipperfield Clarendon Holtwhites Trinibis Wheathampstead Met Police Bushey

Four 2000 Dunstable II 2001 Northchurch 2002 Reed 2003 Stevenage II 2004 Totteridge 2005 Hatfield 2006 Bishop's Stortford II 2007 Cavendish 2008 Redbourn 2009 Harpenden III 2010 Wheathampstead 2011 Botany Bay 2012 Hatfield Hyde 2013 Bushey

Northampton Exiles Botany Bay Harpenden II Potters Bar II Clarendon Waltham Cross Rosedale Rickmansworth Clifton Clarendon Northampton Exiles Holtwhites Trinibis St Albans West Indian North Mymms II Sawbridgeworth II

Winner Runner-up Five 2000 Harpenden II 2001 Potters Bar II 2002 Waltham X Rosedale 2003 Cheshunt 2004 North Mymms II 2005 Rickmansworth 2006 Northampton Exiles 2007 Hatfield Hyde 2008 Holtwhites Trinibis 2009 Met Police Bushey 2010 Botany Bay 2011 Luton Town & Indians II 2012 West Herts II 2013 Datchworth

Northchurch Potton Town North Enfield Datchworth Baldock Shenley Village West Herts II Watton-at-Stone Cockfosters II Old Owens St Albans West Indian Ware Broxbourne II Hitchin II

Six 2000 Clifton Potton Town 2001 Hexton Waltham Cross Rosedale 2002 Hemel Hempstead Town III Hatch End 2003 Harpenden III Little B. Sahibs 2004 Northwood II Cavendish 2005 Millhillians II St Margaretsbury II 2006 Old Albanian II Watton-at-Stone 2007 Chorleywood II Berkhamsted II 2008 Holtwhites Trinibis Cockfosters II 2009 Broxbourne II Hatch End 2010 Ware Chorleywood II 2011 Cheshunt Hitchin II 2012 Flamstead Leverstock Green II 2013 Hoddesdon II Wormley Seven 2000 Hatch End 2001 Ware (OH) 2002 Knebworth Park III 2003 Cavendish 2004 Old Owens 2005 Totteridge II 2006 Berkhamsted II 2007 Met Police Bushey 2008 Tewin 2009 Watford Town II 2010 Bentley Heath 2011 Eversholt II 2012 Wheathampstead II 2013 Reed II

Kings Langley II Watton-at-Stone Little B. Sahibs UCA St Albans West Indian Potters Bar III Ware Broxbourne II Flitwick II Flamstead Cheshunt Old Finchleians II Boxmoor Codicote

Eight 2000 UCA II 2001 Flitwick II 2002 Cavendish 2003 Reed II 2004 Northchurch II 2005 Welwyn Garden City III 2006 Met Police Bushey 2007 Flamstead 2008 Cheshunt 2009 Hemel Hempstead Town IV 2010 Chipperfield Clarendon III 2011 Stevenage III 2012 Waltham X Rosedale II 2013 Mill Hill Village

Holtwhites Trinibis II Letchworth III Shenley Village St Albans West Indian Watford Town II Hatfield Crusaders London Colney II Harpenden IV Old Cholmeleians II Bentley Heath Eversholt II Offley & Stopsley Luton Town & Indians III Northchurch II

196


Hertfordshire Cricket League Records Winner Runner-up

Winner Runner-up

Nine 2000 Old Haberdashers II 2001 Potters Bar III 2002 St Albans West Indian 2003 Northchurch II 2004 Rising Stars 2005 Met Police Bushey 2006 Waltham X Rosedale II 2007 Cockfosters III 2008 Langleybury III 2009 Offley & Stopsley 2010 Codicote 2011 Hatfield Hyde II 2012 Old Owens II 2013 Berkhamsted II

Flitwick II Cavendish Monken Hadley Stevenage III Weston Langleybury III Shenley Village II Allenburys Bentley Heath Northampton Exiles II Met Police Bushey II Great Gaddesden Baldock II Broxbourne III

Twelve 2000 Two Woods 2001 Knebworth Park V 2002 St Albans IV 2003 Radlett V 2004 Southgate Adelaide III 2005 Met Police Bushey II 2006 Radlett V 2007 Reed III 2008 Watton-at-Stone II 2009 Botany Bay III 2010 Preston III 2011 Ickleford III 2012 Cockfosters V 2013 Watford Town III

Ten 2000 St Thomas 2001 St Albans West Indian 2002 Shenley Village II 2003 Weston 2004 Langleybury III 2005 Bushey II 2006 Bragbury 2007 Ickleford II 2008 Northampton Exiles II 2009 Codicote 2010 Great Gaddesden 2011 Mill Hill Village 2012 Hatfield IV 2013 Frogmore

Sawbridgeworth III Knebworth Park IV Sawbridgeworth III Rising Stars Cheshunt II Ickleford Cricketers Old Cholmeleians Offley & Stopsley Leverstock Green III Met Police Bushey II Berkhamsted III Reed III Little B. Sahibs North Mymms III

Thirteen 2000 Baldock II Wormley III 2001 Hemel Hempstead Town V Tewin II 2002 Potters Bar IV Shenley Village III 2003 Watton-at-Stone II Old Albanian III 2004 Hertford IV Welwyn Garden City IV 2005 Knebworth Park VI Flamstead II 2006 Reed III Hatfield Crusaders II 2007 Hitchin III Potters Bar V 2008 Redbourn III Preston III 2009 Harpenden V Stevenage V 2010 Berkhamsted IV Chiltern 06 2011 Watford Town III Cockfosters V 2012 Bushey III Mill Hill Village III 2013 Old Elizabethans III Wheathampstead III

Eleven 2000 Hemel Hempstead Town IV St Albans West Indian 2001 Met Police Bushey Two Woods 2002 Flamstead Rising Stars 2003 St Albans IV Harpenden IV 2004 Ickleford Cricketers Bushey II 2005 Chorleywood III Bragbury 2006 Offley & Stopsley Potters Bar IV 2007 Northampton Exiles II Rickmansworth III 2008 Great Gaddesden Hatfield Hyde II 2009 Pirton Berkhamsted III 2010 Hitchin III Frogmore 2011 Hertford IV Stevenage IV 2012 Hertingfordbury II Luton Town & Indians IV 2013 Cockfosters IV Mill Hill Village II

1994 Potters Bar 1995 St Albans 1996 Knebworth Park 1997 Radlett 1998 Chorleywood 1999 Hoddesdon 2000 Hertford

Fourteen 2007 Welwyn Garden City V 2008 Hatfield Crusaders III 2009 Langleybury IV 2010 Cockfosters V 2011 Mill Hill Village III 2012 Redbourn IV 2013 Hitchin IV

Cheshunt II Wormley III Harpenden IV Hertingfordbury II Leverstock Green III Old Albanian III Waltham X Rosedale III Great Gaddesden North Mymms IV Hitchin III St Margaretsbury III Ware II Flitwick III Southgate Adelaide III

Rickmansworth IV Broxbourne IV Hertford V Bushey III Preston IV Northwood Town III Kings Langley IV

The President's Trophy 2001 Potters Bar 2002 Shenley Village 2003 Reed 2004 Knebworth Park 2005 Met Police Bushey 2006 Bishop's Stortford 2007 Rickmansworth

2008 Redbourn 2009 Harpenden 2010 Bentley Heath 2011 Old Finchleians 2012 Luton Town & Indians 2013 Hertford

John Barker Cup 1998 Cockfosters 1999 Harpenden 2000 Harpenden 2001 Harpenden 2002 Harpenden 2003 Chipperfield

2004 Dunstable II 2005 Eversholt 2006 Northwood Town 2007 Preston 2008 Abbots Langley 2009 Northchurch 197

2010 Redbourn 2011 Abbots Langley 2012 Hitchin 2013 Cockfosters


Herts League Highs and Lows Highest Score Batting First

Season Date 2013 06-Jul 2009 05-Sep 2006 17-Jun 2006 22-Jul 2010 17-Jul 2000 12-Aug 2001 23-Jun 2008 10-May 2010 24-Jul 2001 23-Jun

Divsion Ten Three Twelve Three Four Ten One One Ten Seven

Result *Boxmoor II *Rickmansworth *Tewin II Hoddesdon II *Watton-at-Stone Clifton II Millhillians *St Albans *Bovingdon Northwood II

Season Date 2010 22-May 2005 13-Aug 2010 03-Jul 2009 04-Jul 2004 07-Aug 2004 12-Jun 2001 09-Jun 2011 30-Apr 2006 01-Jul 2006 10-Jun

Divsion One Twelve Eight Eight Seven Two Two Twelve Seven Four

Result Hoddesdon *Waltham X Rosedale III Northampton Exiles II Hoddesdon III *Elstree Northwood *Kings Langley *Ware II *Hoddesdon III *Old Haberdashers

Season Date 2012 21-Jul 2000 10-Jun 2001 11-Aug 2012 16-Jun 2001 18-Aug 2002 01-Jun 2007 12-May 2007 25-Aug 2009 15-Aug 2010 21Aug

Divsion Thirteen Ten Twelve Fourteen Seven Twelve Two Nine Ten Six

Result *Shenley Village IV *Old Cholmeleians II *Letchworth V Knebworth Park VI Elstree Hoddesdon IV Old Finchleians Bragbury Boxmoor II *Potters Bar III

Season Date 2013 31-Aug 2001 19-May 2006 19-Aug 2003 24-May 1996 31-Aug 2006 19-Aug 2007 23-Jun 2005 30-Apr 2005 07-May 2002 13-Jul 2002 11-May

Divsion Thirteen Four Eight Eleven Five Seven Fourteen Eight Eight Six Eight

Season Date 2001 21-Jul 2009 25-Jul 2005 14-May 2009 23-May 2004 05-Jun 2003 28-Jun 2001 23-Jun 2006 17-Jun 2000 16-Sep 2012 08-Sep

Divsion Nine Ten Twelve Eleven Eleven Seven Seven Eight Two Thirteen

Season Date 2004 12-Jun 1996 13-Jul 1998 25-Jul 2010 03-Jul 2001 30-Jun 2000 22-Jul 2009 20-Jun 2011 14-May 2013 31-Aug 2008 05-Jul 2004 07-Aug

Divsion Eleven Premier Two Nine Thirteen Six Three Eight Four Six Two

395-2 (45.0) 369-10 (51.3) 366-4 (52.3) 359-4 (50.0) 352-6 (47.0) 352-7 (50.0) 351-5 (44.0) 348-6 (50.0) 344-4 (42.2) 343-3 (45.0)

West Herts III Eversholt Knebworth Park VI *Clarendon Ampthill Town II *Hexton II *Potters Bar Hoddesdon Dunstable IV *Elstree

166-10 (41.0) 269-7 (48.0) 142-10 (38.1) 294-8 (50.0) 165-10 (39.0) 213-10 (46.3) 262-10 (53.0) 129-10 (33.3) 140-10 (31.1) 100-10 (30.1)

Highest Score Batting Second 327-7 (53.0) 307-4 (50.0) 307-6 (48.2) 307-7 (48.0) 311-8 (46.0) 304-5 (51.4) 300-4 (53.0) 302-6 (45.0) 300-6 (49.5) 294-3 (49.3)

*Leverstock Green Old Camdenians III *Sawbridgeworth III *Elstree St Albans III *Radlett II Hoddesdon II Chiltern 06 St Albans III Ickleford

329-9 (46.5) 312-6 (43.0) 312-7 (50.2) 309-2 (50.1) 306-10 (53.2) 305-6 (48.0) 304-3 (45.3 304-7 (42.2)) 301-8 (49.0) 297-5 (35.4)

Lowest Score Batting First 14-10 18-10 20-10 20-10 22-10 22-10 22-10 23-10 23-10 23-10

(9.5) (17.5) (8.1) (22.3) (15.3) (17.0) (16.0) (17.4) (15.4) (17.2)

Mill Hill Village III Sawbridgeworth III Hertingfordbury II *Northwood Town III *Old Centralians *Southgate Adelaide III *Berkhamsted *Bentley Heath *Codicote Old Cholmeleians II

15-0 19-0 25-0 21-0 25-2 25-0 23-1 24-0 24-1 24-2

(4.2) (5.5) (7.5) (7.3) (5.3) (7.0) (5.0) (5.2) (5.3) (5.1)

Lowest Score Batting Second (losing match) Result *Old Elizabethans III Braughing Weston *Harpenden IV Abbots Langley II Ware Welwyn Garden City V Southgate Adelaide II Hatfield Crusaders Hitchin II Northampton Exiles II

Margin 258 253 252 246 245 244 243 243 241 241

250-5 (40.0) 135-10 (48.1) 168-10 (0.0) 179-10 (46.1) 168-5 (52.0) 212-4 (51.0) 241-5 (39.0) 147-8 (53.0) 194-8 (53.0) 201-5 (46.1) 203-5 (46.0)

Hatfield Hyde III *Old Camdenians *Monken Hadley Wormley III Hatfield Hyde II *Holtwhites Trinibis II *Stevenage VI *Old Haberdashers II *Northwood Town II *Old Albanian II *Welwyn Garden City III

7-10 (12.2) 9-10 (15.3) 18-10 (15.0) 18-10 (19.4) 19-10 (22.0) 19-10 (14.3) 20-10 (14.3) 21-10 (18.3) 21-10 (21.0) 22-10 (25.0) 22-10 (15.0)

Highest Margin of Victory Result *St Thomas Codicote *Met Police Bushey II Frogmore *Rickmansworth III *Cavendish Northwood II Weston *Old Albanian *Bushey III

308-6 (53.0) 306-3 (45.0) 300-4 (33.0) 309-4 (40.0) 327-7 (42.0) 281-8 (40.0) 343-3 (45.0) 295-7 (53.0) 311-6 (37.5) 293-7 (39.0)

Greenwood Park *Shenley Village III Old Camdenians III *North Mymms IV Shenley Village III Northwood Town II *Elstree *County Hall II Luton Town II Parkfield & Headstone III

50-10 (30.0) 53-10 (27.3) 48-10 (14.5) 63-10 (30.1) 82-10 (35.2) 37-10 (24.2) 100-10 (30.1) 52-10 (21.2) 70-10 (32.0) 52-10 (17.1)

Highest 10 Wicket Victories

Result Radlett V Stevenage Chipperfield *Potters Bar IV Hoddesdon IV Old Owens Wheathampstead Bayford & Hertford II *Ampthill Town II *St Margaretsbury II *Kings Langley

263-6 (51.0) 255-6 (50.0) 254-4 (53.0) 241-6 (52.0) 237-2 (50.0) 232-4 (52.0) 220-7 (53.0) 218-10 (52.5) 214-9 (53.0) 212-9 (53.0) 210-9 (53.0) 198

*Frogmore Luton Town *St Margaretsbury Broxbourne III *Hemel Hempstead V *Cheshunt *Letchworth II *Sawbridgeworth III Potton Town Preston II Northchurch

264-0 257-0 255-0 244-0 241-0 235-0 221-0 221-0 217-0 215-0 214-0

(40.2) (49.0) (40.0) (33.1) (40.0) (46.0) (42.1) (42.4) (30.2) (41.0) (39.4)


League Records 1994 - 1999

Division

Winner

One

First XI

Second XI

Runner-up

Winner

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 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Harpenden Cottered Rickmansworth Old Camdenians Northwood Flitwick

Baldock Abbots Langley North Enfield Hatfield Southgate Adelaide Eversholt

Harpenden UCA Redbourn Kings Langley Rickmansworth Northwood

Cottered Boxmoor Radlett A Old Camdenians Preston Abbots Langley

Three

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Preston Rickmansworth Reed Braughing Sandridge Holtwhites Trinibis

Old Haberdashers Old Owens Southgate Adelaide Ickleford Flitwick Clarendon

Old Owens Kings Langley Preston Reed County Hall Botany Bay

Reed Rickmansworth Old Haberdashers Southgate Adelaide Southgate Compton Holtwhites Trinibis

3rd XI “A” 3rd XI “B” Four

1994 Welwyn Garden City 1995 Welwyn Garden City 1994 Little Gaddesden 1995 Potters Bar 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

1996 County Hall 1996 Dunstable

Brimsdown Shenley Village

Premier Premier A Premier B

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 1999

St Albans Radlett Radlett Radlett Langleybury Hemel Hempstead Town West Herts

Welwyn Garden City Hoddesdon St Albans Watford Town Hoddesdon Radlett Barnet

St Albans Welwyn Garden City Luton Town Radlett St Albans Hoddesdon Hertford

Five 1997 Hemel Hempstead Town 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

199

Runner-up

Radlett Radlett Stevenage Bishop’s Stortford Hoddesdon Radlett Luton Town


Herts League Winners

First XI Winner Runner-up 1974 Berkhamsted Bishop’s Stortford 1975 Hertford Sawbridgeworth 1976 Hertford Hitchin 1977 Hertford Hemel Hempstead Town 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 and St Albans (title shared)

Second XI Winner Runner-up Bishop’s Stortford St Albans Sawbridgeworth St Albans Radlett St Albans Bishop’s Stortford St Albans Hemel Hempstead Town Bishop’s Stortford Bishop’s Stortford St Albans Watford Town Tring Park Bishop’s Stortford Sawbridgeworth Stevenage Hemel Hempstead Town Hemel Hempstead Town Watford Town Hertford Hemel Hempstead Town Watford Town Welwyn Garden City Hertford Bishop’s Stortford Bishop’s Stortford Stevenage Hemel Hempstead Town Bishop’s Stortford Bishop’s Stortford Letchworth Hemel Hempstead Town Luton Town Welwyn Garden City Bishop’s Stortford Bishop’s Stortford North Mymms St Albans Radlett

The President's Trophy 1987‑‑‑ Bishops Stortford 1991‑‑‑ Welwyn Garden City

1989‑‑‑ Radlett 1993‑‑‑ North Mymms

1988‑‑‑ Bishops Stortford 1992‑‑‑ North Mymms

1990‑‑‑ Cheshunt

Herts League Officers 1994 - 2014 President

Brian Collins Nigel Wray

1994 - 1996 1998 - Present

Chairman

Tony Johnson

1994 - Present

Hon. Secretary

Richard Bayliss Barry Hellewell

1994 - 2008 2009 - Present

Hon. Treasurer

Geoff Levy Bill Thorlin Jim Linegar Beth Webb Stephen Brown

1994 1998 2000 2011 2014

Results Secretary

David Reynolds

1994 - 1995

Fixture Secretary

Michael Wood

1994 - 1995

Results & Fixture Secretary

Michael Wood

1996 - Present

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1997 1999 2010 2013 Present

Elected Members Ted Birtwistle Paul Blackwell Mark Blundell Richard Burling Dudley Eckworth David Garratt David Hanson Barry Hellewell Peter Hinstridge Kevin Kelly

1994 2007 1996 1999 2005 2001 1999 1994 2009 2011

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1997 Present 1998 Present 2008 2002 2003 2008 Present 2013

David Malleson Andrew McCree Ian Nash Dave Pett Tony Rhodes Nick Rice Steve Sellwood Bill Thorlin Tim Wilkinson Nick Wright

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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 Town beat Sawbridgeworth by 57 runs. (Wednesday 20 August)

Hemel Hempstead Town 183-9 (45 overs) *Sawbridgeworth 126 (36.4 overs) Man Of The Match: Nick Wright.

N P G Wright 61, M P McMahon 9-2-18-3, P R Monger 9-3-33-3 R Allen 85, R P J Miller 8.4-2-26-4, G Taylor 4-0-10-3

1987 Hemel Hempstead Town beat Totteridge by 37 runs. *Hemel Hempstead Town 166-7 (45 overs) Totteridge 129 (38.4 overs) Man Of The Match: Nigel Wilkins.

(Wednesday 19 August)

N Wilkins 61, P A Burgess 32 G Graves 31, D J Smith 6.4-1-22-3, G Taylor 9-2-24-3, M R Doodson 9-3-30-3

1988 Hemel Hempstead T. beat Bishop's Stortford by 16 runs. (Wednesday 24 August)

*Hemel Hempstead Town 104 Bishop's Stortford 88 Man Of The Match: Tim Smith.

(44.1 overs) (41.2 overs)

N P G Wright 28, A D Wacey 8.1-2-21-4, T S Smith 9-6-6-3 A D Wacey 23, T S Smith 23, G Taylor 7-4-6-2

1989 Bishop’s Stortford beat Cheshunt by 8 runs.

*Bishop’s Stortford 169-8 (45 overs) Cheshunt 161 (43.2 overs) Man Of The Match: Charlie Bannister.

(Wednesday 23 August)

C S Bannister 51 R Kingshott 34, S Bunning 33, C S Bannister 5.2-1-14-2

1990 Welwyn Garden City beat Cheshunt by 7 wickets.

*Cheshunt 175-8 (45 overs) Welwyn Garden City 179-3 (37.1 overs) Man Of The Match: Martin James.

1991 Watford beat North Mymms by 5 wickets.

North Mymms 162-6 (45 overs) Watford 165-5 (36.5 overs) Man Of The Match: Gary Black.

*Hemel Hempstead Town 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 Town 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

(Friday 15 August)

F C Horlock 249*, D M Robinson 64*, N J Fielden 32 S Burrow 51, A D Wacey 36, A N S Hampton 5-43, S M Browne 3-35

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Becker Transport Cup Finals

(All Becker finals played at Shenley Park unless stated) 1998 North Mymms beat Luton Town by 11 runs.

North Mymms 185-6 (45 overs) *Luton Town 174-8 (45 overs) Man Of The Match: Simon Clements.

(Friday 4 September) (Played at Lucas Lane, Hitchin)

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.

(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.

2001 Hertford beat Millhillians by 9 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).

(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.

2003 Sawbridgeworth beat Radlett by 7 wickets. *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.

*Hertford 293-8 (50 overs) Sawbridgeworth 142 (40.3 overs) Man Of The Match: Richard Cordingley.

*Potters Bar 293 (49.1 overs) Hemel Hempstead Town 100 (31.3) Man Of The Match: Kaushalya 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 Town 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.

(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.

(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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Herts County Cup Finals

(All finals played at Shenley Park) 2007 Radlett beat Knebworth Park by 6 wickets.

*Knebworth Park 116 (46.4 overs) Radlett 118-4 (27 overs) Man Of The Match: Gareth Berg.

(Sunday 9 September)

D Lowe 28, R J Crocker 8-1-26-3 G K Berg 51*

2008 Welwyn Garden City beat Sawbridgeworth by 4 wickets. (Sunday 14 September)

Sawbridgeworth 129 (46 overs) *Welwyn Garden City 130-6 (26.5 overs) Man Of The Match: Derek Tate.

L D F Gaylard 71*, D Tate 10-1-18-2 D Tate 45*, A W Laraman 31, M D Burrell 4-0-18-3

2009 Radlett beat Potters Bar by 103 runs.

*Radlett 212-8 (50 overs) Potters Bar 109 (37.4 overs) Man Of The Match: Mike Crocker.

(Sunday 6 September)

K Toor 43, T E Jenkins 41, M Crocker 40*, L M G Cooper 10-2-43-3 T Sikandar 27, H Paynter 10-1-35-3

Readers Herts County Cup Final (All finals played at Cobden Hill, Radlett)

2010 Bishop’s Stortford beat Radlett by 4 wickets.

*Radlett 165 (47.2 overs) Bishop’s Stortford 166-6 (47 overs) Man Of The Match: Harry Bass.

2011 Letchworth Garden City beat Cockfosters by 4 wickets.

Letchworth Garden City 164-5 (20 overs) *Cockfosters 123 (19.5 overs) Man Of The Match: David Albon.

(Sunday 5 September)

H Paynter 32, F Crawford 31, S M Coleman 10-1-35-3 H Bass 44, L T Padgett 37*

(Sunday 4 September)

D Albon 87 J Bennett 63, E J Morse 4-0-17-3

2012 Letchworth Garden City beat Sawbridgeworth by 5 wkts. (Sunday 9 September)

Sawbridgeworth 251-6 (50 overs) *Letchworth Garden City 255-4 (49.4 overs) Man Of The Match: Tom Simmons.

D G Wilson 101, M D Burrell 57, R D G Sanders 31 T Simmons 97, D Albon 40, W Aitkenhead 38, W Bates 30

2013 Radlett vs Sawbridgeworth

(Sunday 8 September)

Match to be played during the 2014 season at Radlett CC after final was cancelled due to the weather

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.

(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 5 September)

D D Burrell 8-1-23-3, P T Marshall 9-3-38-3 R S Marshall 61*, D C Brede 33

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Becker Transport Cup - Plate Finals (cont.)

2005 Old Albanian beat Sandridge by 138 runs.

*Old Albadnian 319-4 (45 overs) Sandridge 181-6 (45 overs) Man Of The Match: Andrew McLean.

2006 Northchurch beat Hitchin by 10 wickets.

*Hitchin 158 (40.4 overs) Northchurch 159-0 (26.2 overs) Man Of The Match: David Wilkinson.

(Sunday 4 September)

A T McLean 155*, N J Nyugen 35, A Rehman 33 M Corran 58*, C F Winton 38

(Sunday 10 September)

J Lewis 53, A Hicks 33, D Wilkinson 6-3-13-5 D Pearce 73*, S Maylott 68*

Herts County Trophy Finals (All finals played at Shenley Park)

2007 Holtwhites Trinibis beat Wormley by 107 runs.

Holtwhites Trinibis 278 *Wormley 171 Man of the Match: Paul Hewitt.

(49 overs) (26 overs)

2008 Redbourn beat Northampton Exiles by 97 runs.

*Redbourn 180-9 (45 overs) Northampton Exiles 83 (27.5 overs) Man Of The Match: Darren Bassill.

*Chipperfield Clarendon 205-8 (50 overs) Redbourn 202-9 (50 overs) Man Of The Match: Dan Roe.

(Sunday 14 September)

B Roe 41, S Osman 30, A Browne 9-0-40-3 A Ghaffar 21, D Bassill 9-5-15-4, G Tookey 8-0-35-3.

2009 Chipperfield Clarendon beat Redbourn by 3 runs.

(Sunday 9 September)

P Hewitt 76, K Bacchus-Brown 53, J Tarling 34 D Pomeroy 51, R Stevenson 30

(Sunday 6 September)

I Grout 46, G W Wise 38 D Roe 80, B Roe 43, C Godfrey 38

Readers Herts County Trophy Final (All finals played at Cobden Hill, Radlett)

2010 Holtwhites Trinibis beat Hatfield Hyde by 116 runs.

*Holtwhites Trinibis 219 (50 overs) Hatfield Hyde 103 (32 overs) Man Of The Match: Kevin Burgess.

2011 Kings Langley beat Northchurch by 8 wickets.

*Northchurch 89 (20 overs) Kings Langley 90-2 (15 overs) Man Of The Match: Mitchell Roberts.

*Kings Langley 215 (49.2 overs) Met Police Bushey 207 (49.4 overs) Man Of The Match: Varman Ratnakunaran

*Old Elizabethans (Cup) 152-10 (30.0 overs) Shenley Village (Cup) 156-2 (22.0 overs) Man Of The Match: Charlie Thurston

(Sunday 9 September)

Varman Ratnakunaran 63, Brad Hughes 37, Joe Cooke 32 Mitchell Roberts 6-34*

2013 Shenley Village beat Old Elizabethans by 8 wickets.

(Sunday 4 September)

D Gibson 20, T Garraway 18, T Sambrook 4-0-21-3, A Burnell 4-0-15-3 M Roberts 35, M Brazier 20*, P Ashford 18, T Garraway 1-0-9-1

2012 Kings Langley beat Met Police Bushey by 5 wickets.

(Sunday 5 September)

K Burgess 91, M Mason 58, J Bryceland 10-2-27-4, N Saunders 8-0-42-3 S Ahmed 41

R Gibson 37, R Laney 6-0-29-3 C Thurston 81*, L Willingham 58

NB: Man Of The Match final awards were not introduced until the 2002 competition.

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Grant Aid The information gives contact details on the relevant Agencies to which clubs can apply for grant aid. England & Wales Cricket Board ECB Small Grants Scheme 2012 - see the HCCA - www.hertscricket.org ECB loans - see www.ecb.co.uk/development/facilities-funding/grants-and-loans/

National Lottery (Capital Projects over £5k) See www.lotteryfunding.org.uk or call 0845 275 0000.

Foundation for Sport and the Arts (For projects under £5k) Application Forms from, and returnable to The Foundation for Sports and the Arts. See www.thefsa.net. Tel 0151 259 5505. The Lord’s Taverners Application Forms are available from, and returnable to, Mike Arnold. Tel: 01582 765692 Applications for cricket equipment, non-turf pitches, nets and repair work to square. www.lordstaverners.org Charitable Trusts SportsAid - The Charity for Sports People, 3rd Floor Victoria House, Bloomsbury Square, London, WC1B 4SE. Tel: 020 7273 1975. www.sportsaid.org.uk Fields In Trust See www.fieldsintrust.org/

The Prince’s Trust Applications, in the first instance, should be addressed to The Prince’s Trust. 0800 842 842. www.princes-trust.org.uk Sport England Sportsmatch funding: www.sportengland.org/funding/sportsmatch.aspx Also try your Local Authorities (including County, City, District and Parish Councils)

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