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June 20 2013 Latest news:
Gareth Berg believes Middlesex remain on course to repeat last year’s top-three County Championship finish, despite their 10-wicket hammering by Yorkshire.
A century stand between Asim Mohammed and Abid Javed catapulted Harrow Town out of the bottom two with a shock five-wicket win over league leaders Shepherd’s Bush.
Brent’s table tennis teams underlined their medal prospects as they cruised into the finals with the loss of just one set between them.
Melena Aranos netted the decisive penalty as St Joseph’s Junior School’s girls’ team emulated the boys by winning the Copland six-a-side Cup.
The Yorkshire game was a big disappointment, so Monday’s golf day with the sponsors was a good opportunity for us to get away from cricket.
Neil Dexter expects Middlesex’s one-day rivals to be wary of them after a three-match winning streak propelled the Panthers back into YB40 semi-final contention.
We came out of that draw against Sussex with very mixed feelings. If you told us at the start of the week that we would have dominated the whole game more or less from start to finish and come up just short, we would have been very happy.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY LEAGUE: DIVISION TWO
Shepherd’s Bush (10pts) 185 beat North Middlesex (0) 170
Middlesex County Cricket League - Division Three:
Wembley (0pts) 232-6
South Hampstead (10) 233-7
Sam Robson believes Middlesex’s top order are capable of sharing the extra workload when skipper Chris Rogers departs on Ashes duty later this month.
Brent under-15s shrugged off the disappointment of their defeat in a national knockout final to beat South London 3-1 and lift the London Schools Cup at Vale Farm.
Bush skipper Sam Dishon believes his side will be promotion contenders if they can maintain the form they displayed in Saturday’s Middlesex County League Division Two demolition of Brondesbury.
Willesden CC’s Jane Swain scooped two prestigious international Tricycle Association titles last weekend despite falling off at one of the turns.
We’ve really hit the ground running in the County Championship, starting off with two good wins against Notts and Derbyshire and staying unbeaten so far.
Yorkshire Bank 40: Middlesex Panthers beat Leicestershire Foxes by 10-wickets
Ollie Rayner believes his success in Middlesex’s second team has left him better equipped to press for a recall to the County Championship side.
It’s nice to be getting some time on the park again after missing so much cricket because of my hamstring injury.
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