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Tewin Cricket Club secured back-to-back promotions with victory over Old Finchleians 2nds in Division Six A – and they have now set their sights on the title.

A display of sportsmanship was the highlight of an exceptional game of cricket between rivals North Mymms and Potters Bar that resulted in a narrow win for the former.

Welwyn Garden City got back to winning ways and kept themselves in the hunt for a play-off place thanks to an 86-run victory over Letchworth – although it was anything but plain sailing against the SHCL Premier Division basement club.

Hatfield & Crusaders maintained a tight grip at the top of SHCL Division Five A in a thrilling contest with Hertford 3rds.

A week ago it seemed to be all about their position in the play-offs but Potters Bar Cricket Club proved they are still very much in the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Premier Division title race with a fine 130-run success over Radlett.

Old Owens continued their push towards the SHCL Division One title with a four-wicket win at home to Ickleford.

Welwyn Garden City have moved into second place in the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Premier Division after their draw away to Harpenden.

Potters Bar strengthened their hold on a Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Premier Division play-off place thanks to a seven-wicket win over Letchworth Garden City.

Hatfield & Crusaders continued their excellent run of form in Division Five A with a comfortable win away to Ickleford 2nds.

Knebworth Park hauled themselves to within touching distance of victory before falling to a narrow loss at home to Chorleywood.

Tewin Cricket Club got back to winning ways after last week’s stumble against Rickmansworth with a 45-run win over Old Cholmeleians at Upper Green.

Welwyn Garden City Cricket Club thrust themselves back into the Saracens Herts Cricket League Premier Division title race with a comprehensive victory over leaders Totteridge Millhillians.

Potters Bar Cricket Club leapt back into the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Premier Division play-off places with an eight-wicket win at home to Hertford.

A superb display of bowling saw North Mymms to an incredible 165-run win over Radlett in the Saracens Herts Cricket League Premier Division.

Knebworth Park romped to an 82-run win over Broxbourne on Saturday to invigorate their Saracens Herts Cricket League Division One campaign.

Yugal Kalaskar was the star of Hatfield & Crusaders’ 94-run triumph over Preston 2nds as the Ascots Lane-based cricket club stayed clear at the top of Saracens Herts Cricket League Division Five A.

The only consistent thing about Welwyn Garden City this season seems to be their inconsistency – although this week it resulted in a huge win away to North Mymms.

It’s been feast or famine at Digswell Park this year – and this weekend was mainly famine.

Old Owens and Knebworth Park battled it out in three fixtures and it was the Potters Bar club who edged it in two.

North Mymms dropped off the top of the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Premier Division table with a shock home defeat to Letchworth Garden City.

Hatfield & Crusaders’ strength in depth is the big plus behind their fantastic first half of the year according to captain Gareth Wynne.

Potters Bar and Totteridge Millhillians smashed almost 700 runs in 115 overs of edge-of-the-seat cricket where the result could have gone one of three ways on the final ball.

Old Owens remain top of the SHCL Division One table after a three-wicket win at home to Broxbourne.

Steve Snell’s wonderful swash-buckling century ensured North Mymms stayed top of the Saracens Herts Cricket League Premier Division with a four-wicket win at West Herts.

Potters Bar UKA karate club was celebrating after one of their students enjoyed a double success at the WUKF World Karate Championship.

A first home defeat of the season brought gloom to Potters Bar on a red-hot day of runs at The Walk.

A wonderful century from Owais Shah and a record-breaking knock from Pat Lynch led the way on a perfect day for Welwyn Garden City.

Hatfield & Crusaders overcame a dreadful start away to Bentley Heath to send them back to the top of SHCL Division Five A.

A strong all-round team performance clinched a much needed win for Knebworth Park in SHCL Division One.

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