Imperial Leathers clean up in dramatic win

Twin tyros Richard and James Leather powered the Firsts to a superb victory over high-flying Hertford on Saturday. Opening bat Richard smashed 136, his second league century of the season, to take his side to 243 all out. The visitors were cruising to victory before brother James blasted away the Hertford middle and lower order…

Sean steps in as Fish takes a break

Sean Carmody has taken over as Thirds skipper for the rest of the season after Graham Fisher stepped aside. The burly all-rounder, who joined the club last year, will lead the side as they try to wriggle free from the relegation zone with just seven games of the season remaining. Fisher has had another successful…

Karun: Who will be a hero?

Coach Karun Jethi has called on the Firsts to dig deep to finish their topsy-turvy season with a flourish. After another disappointing defeat away at Old Finchleians on Saturday, he has called on the players to find some self-belief so they stop throwing away match-winning situations. It’s time, says Karun, for someone to make a…

Dazzling Danny lights up Super Sixes

IT was flippin’ hot, it was full-on but it was fun. That was chairman Chris Johnson’s verdict from the club’s Super Sixes day on Sunday. Four teams, including our guests from Primrose Hill, took part in a competition designed to bring more families to the club on a Sunday to watch some entertaining cricket for…

All set for a week of serious fun

The build-up has begun to one of our busiest and most enjoyable weeks of the cricketing year where the mood switches, temporarily at least, to one of all-out fun and celebration. After this weekend’s crucial round of league matches, Sunday at the Park will be all about family entertainment as we hold our Super Sixes…

Karun: Consistency is the key

A lack of consistency is costing the Firsts dear, says coach Karun Jethi in the wake of the side’s disappointing home defeat on Saturday. The topsy-turvy nature of the team’s season could not have been better illustrated by the loss at home to Flitwick, following a convincing win at Hoddesdon the week before. Now, the…

Junior round-up: Girls crowned champions

We had three juniors teams progress through to the HJL quarter finals: the under-10s faced Langleybury away, the under-11s had Harpenden at home and the under-14s hosted Radlett. Sadly, all three lost but, in each case, only by the narrowest of margins, all going right down to the wire. The under-11s was a particularly entertaining affair, with the Park…