North Mymms get tough opener after Saracens Herts Cricket League fixtures are revealed

PUBLISHED: 09:55 31 January 2018

North Mymms, seen batting in last year's fixture, will go to WGC on the opening day of the new SHCL Premier Division season. Picture: DANNY LOO

North Mymms, seen batting in last year's fixture, will go to WGC on the opening day of the new SHCL Premier Division season. Picture: DANNY LOO

Danny Loo Photography 2017

North Mymms face a difficult opening to their 2018 Saracens Herts Cricket League Premier Division season after the fixtures were announced.

Mymms will travel to reigning champions Welwyn Garden City on May 5 before hosting Radlett a week later in their first home game.

They finished third last year before going out to Totteridge Millhillians in the play-off semi-final.

Meanwhile, Potters Bar begin their campaign at The Walk, with Harpenden the visitors.

The two sides finished sixth and fifth respectively last year.

Potters Bar and North Mymms clash for the first time on June 9 with Bar the host club, while the return takes place on August 11.

Old Owens will be looking to go better than their fourth place in Division One last season, with relegated Chorleywood at home their first outing.

Bentley Heath start at home to Waltham Cross Rosedale in Division Five A.

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