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Thursday, September 17, 2020

Lee Riley ended the Herts Cricket League season on a high for both himself and his team as Bentley Heath seconds won away at Knebworth Park.

Welwyn Garden City closed out the 2020 Herts Cricket League season with a 28-run loss at Totteridge Millhillians.

It was a historic day for Tewin Cricket Club as both teams became league champions.

Potters Bar made it back-to-back Herts Cricket League Premier Division titles in style – with a crushing defeat of neighbours North Mymms.

Old Owens are the champions of the Championship – and have set their sights on repeating the trick next season

Welwyn Garden City bounced back after a poor performance against Hoddesdon to cruise impressively to victory against West Herts at Digswell Park.

Potters Bar stand on the cusp of retaining their Herts Cricket League Premier Division title after a stunning and nerve-shredding game against Radlett.

Potters Bar set up a probable championship decider with Radlett thanks to a 22-run win at Hertford in the Herts Cricket League Premier Division – although they had the rain to thank for part of it.

Datchworth are up to third in Division Three A of the Herts Cricket League after a comprehensive win over Luton Town & Indians.

Tewin kept up their good form with more wins for both the first and seconds and a historic first game for the third team.

Welwyn Garden City moved back level with Potters Bar at the top of the Herts Cricket League Premier Division table after somehow grabbing a seven-run victory from the jaws of defeat.

Potters Bar finally succumbed to defeat at the 19th time of the asking – going down in an extremely tight contest at home to Totteridge Millhillians by just six runs.

The differing fortunes of North Mymms and Old Owens Cricket Clubs continued in another week of the truncated Herts Cricket League season.

Potters Bar took a giant step forward in the Herts Cricket League Premier Division – simply by being able to get their game at West Herts played to a positive finish.

A wonderful partnership between Tom Vits and Kieran Atkinson was not enough as Datchworth fell agonisingly short against Letchworth.

Bentley Heath remain top of the pile in Division Five A of the Herts Cricket League after a crushing 285-run win over North Mymms’s second team.

Rishi Patel plundered a century as Potters Bar cruised to a comfortable 116-run success in the Herts Cricket League Premier Division at home to Hoddesdon – their 17th match unbeaten.

Starring performances from Mohammed Rizvi, Louis Champion and Connor Emerton made sure Welwyn Garden City remained unbeaten in the Herts Cricket League Premier Division after a four-wicket success at Harpenden.

Knebworth Park picked up one of those wonderful wins – a derby success over Stevenage in Division Two A.

Owais Shah got his 2020 season well and truly under way as he led Welwyn Garden City to a comfortable victory over North Mymms.

Thilan Walallawita gave thanks to coaches and players at Potters Bar after claiming a maiden first-class wicket on his Middlesex debut.

Datchworth did play some cricket over the weekend – with Sunday’s clash at home to Therfield providing a thrilling conclusion.

Week two of the delayed Herts Cricket League season ran into an old and troublesome friend – rain.

After having half of their season lost to coronavirus it was perhaps understandable that both Welwyn Garden City and Potters Bar were determined to finish their game even in the face of some heavy rain showers – and the spectators at a damp Walk were so pleased they did.

Tewin began the Herts Cricket League season in fantastic fashion with resounding wins for both their first and second teams.

An emotional day at Hatfield Hyde ended up with a joyful clean sweep of victories.

Reigning Herts Cricket League Premier Division champions Potters Bar may be defending their title over a truncated season but they still got it off to a winning start.

Radlett proved their position as one of the championship favourites was well deserved as they stormed to a 167-run win at North Mymms.

The Herts Cricket League roared back to life and so did Welwyn Garden City – winning by 41 runs at home to Hertford in the Premier Division.