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Akshay Reddy capitalised on a fine all-round bowling display by smashing a whirlwind half-century to lead Harefield to a crushing victory over North MaidenheadRead
A series of solid contributions with the bat helped Hayes claim a winning draw with neighbours British Airways but only after they survived a whirlwind century from the home captain.Read
A single wicket stood between Uxbridge and victory yet they left second-placed Highgate disappointed after banking a solitary point.Read
Resolute batting by the Southgate tail denied Eastcote and in particular Mahrouf Chowdhury a deserved win after he produced a fine all-round display.Read
In-form Adil Malik again weighed in with both bat and ball as Harlington thrashed Stratfield Turgis by 127 runs to move to within two points of lead-ers Sulhamstead and Ufton.Read
England star Andrew Strauss backed some of Middlesex's less heralded players to continue their Twenty20 success when the county bandwagon rolls into Uxbridge next week.Read
Northwood Town pulled off a sensational result as they beat Chorleywood by seven runs in the last over of a dramatic game at The Common.Read
Dogged Northwood hung on to claim a draw with Luton Town & Indians who so nearly named England bowler Monty Panesar in their team.Read
A BOLD decision to bat first on a surprisingly damp wicket paid off as Ickenham registered their first league win of the season at the fifth time of asking.
TOMMY King produced a devastating late blitz to help Hayes claim their second win of the season from a low scoring game with Slough III.
A SUPERB innings from Adil Malik made Waltham St Lawrence pay for inserting Harlington as the home side racked up a massive 312 for four declared.
TERRIFIC Tom Scollay dominated the game as Eastcote outplayed Stanmore on Saturday but had to settle for a winning draw in Division One of the Middlesex Premier UXB_CRICKET League.Read
NORTHWOOD had their lower order to thank for the second week running as they recovered from a very precarious position to beat Hatfield by 30 runs.Read
HAREFIELD bounced back in fine style from defeat to leaders Beaconsfield when they held their nerve to see off Fleet in a low scoring clash.
Middlesex returned to the top of the Sourh Division as beat rivals Kent by six runs in an exciting Twenty20 clash at Uxbridge's Park Road last night (Tuesday).Read
EXTRA responsibility has sat very comfortably on the shoulders of Tim Murtagh.Read
AN INCREASINGLY popular Hillingdon Primary Schools Cricket Festival took place earlier this month.Read
LEADERS Harlington were indebted to a vital last wicket stand before they almost forced another victory at home to Woodley.Read
Northwood Town continued to climb the table by beating Watford Town by 18 runs to record their second successive league victory.
GRAHAM Lines winkled out the middle and lower order to set Uxbridge on the way to their second win of the season, at home to Bess-borough.Read
David Gibson claimed a superb six-wicket haul to set Ickenham on the way to victory against Barnet Bs.Read
Irresistable Simon Noach sliced through the Flitwick batting to claim a superb eight for 40 as Northwood under-lined their promotion credentials.
Eastcote gave reigning league champions Ealing a real fright at Southill Lane but in the end they were left with nothing to show for a spirited display after the visitors dug deep to take the 10 points back down the A40.Read
League leaders Newbury proved too strong for Hillingdon Manor whose recent run of form came to an end with an eight-wicket defeat.Read
Hayes and Yeading United United will travel to former Blue Square South rivals Cambridge City for a pre-season friendly on Saturday, August 2.Read
Middlesex continued their march towards the Twenty20 Cup quarter-finals with a 38 run victory over Sussex at Lord's.Read
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