Harman Drive side won by eight wickets at home to Enfield last weekend

Unbeaten young British pair due to meet on Frank Warren show at The O2 on July 13

Bromyard Avenue outfit involved in thrilling tie against Teddington last time out

England to take on Netherlands in sem-finals on Thursday

Rs academy graduate believes current crop of youngsters are exciting

Harman Drive outfit racked up third straight league win at the weekend

Idris Otto-Mian and Jack Brydon combined for a stumping off the final ball as Bromyard Avenue side avoided defeat

Harman Drive side beat Wycombe House by 128 runs last weekend

Bromyard Avenue side lost by three wickets at Richmond last weekend

Former Arsenal coach was added to Mark Warburton’s backroom staff earlier this month

Acorns triumphed against Indian Gymkhana last weekend

The Step 1-6 allocations for the 2019/20 season were announced on Sunday morning

Stones had been without a manager since parting company with Bobby Wilkinson earlier this month

Acorns cruised to a nine-wicket home success on Saturday

Harman Drive side won by 128 runs away from home at the weekend

Bromyard Avenue side gave spirited display in two-wicket defeat to defending champions on Saturday

Anderson previously in charge of Boro from 2011 to 2015

Harman Drive side lost by two wickets at home to Crouch End on Saturday

Bromyard Avenue side won by 55 runs against Stanmore last Saturday

Acorns opened league season with four-wicket success at Barnes last weekend

Ex-Rs striker believes new manager can successfully steer west Londoners through difficult season

Ex-Brentford boss was appointed on two-year deal last week

Bromyard Avenue outfit recorded a 55-run victory on Saturday

Harman Drive outfit lost by two wickets in opening game of league season on Saturday

Sam Robson says Middlesex will resume their red-ball campaign in a buoyant mood on the back of their best-ever performance in the Royal London One-Day Cup.

East Acton Lane outfit opened league campaign with four-wicket success away from home on Saturday

Bromyard Avenue side get their league campaign underway on Saturday

Harman Drive outfit looking to bounce back after relegation last term

Former Brentford manager has signed a two-year deal with the Rs

Rs have been without a permanent boss since sacking Steve McClaren on April 1


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