Contrasting fortunes for Mymms and Potters Bar

PUBLISHED: 12:39 20 June 2008 | UPDATED: 21:43 26 October 2009

POTTERS Bar and North Mymms cricketers have had contrasting starts to their Home Counties Premier League seasons. While The Walk club top the pile having blitzed the HCPL Division Two (East) with five wins from six games, the other being a no result, Mymm

POTTERS Bar and North Mymms cricketers have had contrasting starts to their Home Counties Premier League seasons.

While The Walk club top the pile having blitzed the HCPL Division Two (East) with five wins from six games, the other being a no result, Mymms have struggled so far this summer.

The Home Farm side sit bottom of the table and Neil Black's men have yet to taste victory in the league after three defeats, two draws and a rained off match.

Almost 100 points separates the two clubs, who have already played each other once this term.

When the sides met earlier this month, it was no surprise that the in-form Bar outfit claimed victory by 21 runs.

Len Cooper's Potters Bar team will be looking to maintain their unbeaten start at home against Hertford on Saturday.

Mymms, on the other hand, will be hopeful of beating second bottom Langleybury, who are also without a win so far.

Bar just happened to defeat Langleybury last Saturday by six wickets.

Mymms will be looking for the same result tomorrow.

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