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Thursday, June 20, 2019

Hatfield Hyde recorded their second of the season thanks to the work of a determined middle order in their rain affected encounter with Old Finchleians.

Old Owens are still looking for their first win of the season after slipping to a seven-wicket loss at home to Letchworth Garden City in the SHCL Championship.

A superb and entertaining maiden century from Hamza Qayyum was not enough to get North Mymms over the line at Bishop's Stortford.

Herts Cricket League Division One bottom side Knebworth Park came agonisingly close to picking up their first win of the season, losing by 15 runs to top of the table Preston.

Jigar Mehta claimed his first five-wicket haul for the club as Potters Bar's upturn in form continued into the next stage of the Herts Cricket League Premier Division season.

Tewin bounced back from their heavy defeat to Shenley Village with a destructive 10-wicket victory over Luton Town & Indians.

Frustration reigned at Digswell Park as wet weather and a defiant Totteridge Millhillians denied Welwyn Garden City a huge victory in the Herts Cricket League Premier Division.

Knebworth Park produced a much-improved batting performance despite falling to an eight-wicket defeat at Harpenden.

Hatfield & Crusaders sealed an impressive win at Northwood Town to move up to third position in Division Four A of the Herts Cricket League.

Potters Bar have rocketed four places up the Saracens Herts Cricket League Premier Division after a comprehensive eight-wicket win at home to Bishop's Stortford.

Welwyn Garden City's Owais Shah rolled back the years with an innings of sheer brilliance as to leave North Mymms wishing for more rain.

It was another great weekend for Tewin Cricket Club as both their first and second teams made it four from four this season with victories over Baldock and WGC.

Welwyn Garden City got back to winning ways as Potters Bar let a promising position slip in the Hertfordshire Cricket League Premier Division.

A superb century from Hamza Ahmed and a dominant bowling display from Rhys Wynne helped North Mymms to a wonderful 165-run win at Totteridge Millhillians.

It was as thrilling and as tense as you would expect most derbies to be but in the end it was Hatfield & Crusaders who took the spoils against Hatfield Hyde - sneaking home by just one wicket.

Tewin stamped their mark on the season early as an under-strength side made it three wins from three at home to Broxbourne and climb to the top of Division Five B.

Welwyn Garden City's winning start to the season came to a halt away to Radlett as they were well-beaten by 51 runs - yet they manage to remain top of an increasingly tighter Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Premier Division.

Potters Bar suffered late heartbreak as they fell to a three-wicket defeat to Totteridge Millhillians in Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Premier Division.

North Mymms got their SHCL Premier Division season up and running with a first win - but it came with a health warning for those of a nervous disposition.

A fine batting performance from Tewin earned them a 61-run win over WGC thirds and sent them top of the SHCL Division Five B table.

It was a much-improved performance but Knebworth Park will still be wondering how they didn't pick up the win against Sawbridgeworth.

A magnificent unbeaten 91 from Pat Scott was the difference as Potters Bar battled to victory at North Mymms in a fantastic game of cricket.

Saturday was a day to forget for Datchworth's first-team as they got 'that game' out of the way in the first week.

A superb display of bowling helped Bentley Heath to an opening day victory in Division Five A of the Herts Cricket League.

Welwyn Garden City began their hunt for a fourth successive Herts Cricket League title with a solid 65-run win away to Harpenden.

It was a perfect opening day for Tewin as both their first and second teams won.

North Mymms suffered a big defeat in their opening Herts Cricket League as Radlett ran riot with the bat.

A lack of luck and some distinctly average batting saw Potters Bar come up short in their opening Herts Cricket League fixture against Hertford.

Welwyn Garden City see no real reason why they cannot add a fourth Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Premier Division title to their roll of honour as they prepare for the new season.

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