Herts Cricket League: North Mymms remain hot on the heels of leaders Totteridge Millhillians

PUBLISHED: 07:00 21 August 2018

Dharmarajsinh Jhala took three wickets for North Mymms against Hertford. 
Picture: Karyn Haddon

Dharmarajsinh Jhala took three wickets for North Mymms against Hertford. Picture: Karyn Haddon


North Mymms kept their pursuit of top spot in Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Premier Division alive with a comfortable seven-wicket win at Hertford.

They have confirmed their place in the end of season play-offs but remain five points behind league leaders Totteridge Millhillians.

This success was based on a fine bowling performance.

They had lost the toss but made Hertford pay for choosing to bat as they were all out for 146.

Dharmarajsinh Jhala (3-23) and Hamza Qayyum (3-19) were the main wicket-takers while Imran Qayyum (2-11) and Rhys Wynne (2-33) got the other wickets.

Only James Leather provided any resistance, hitting 90 off 120 balls and he took two wickets in the Mymms response.

However, Hamza Ahmed led the way as Mymms got to the target in the 25th over.

The opener hit 55* while Steve Snell managed 36 and Andy Lewis 24*.

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