Third XI: Victory denied in last-over thriller

Sean Carmody’s depleted thirds were denied a morale-boosting victory in a last-over thriller as they opened their 2015 league campaign with an impressive all-round performance. The side, down to ten men and shorn of first-choice seamers, responded superbly to take the game at Kings Langley to the final couple of balls in a game that was the perfect advertisement…

Check out your 2015 league fixtures

THE Hertfordshire league fixtures are in for the 2015 season, bringing a new format and new challenges for all our five league sides. Charlie Randall’s firsts begin their division one campaign with a home tie against Old Albanian as they seek a rapid return to the championship after their disappointing end of season slump saw them relegated…

Who will captain your team next year?

All-rounder Charlie Randall has been handed a second year in charge of the Park’s first team. He has been asked to rebuild the side, which was relegated from the championship in disappointing fashion on the last day of the season and has lost several key players. His reappointment was confirmed at the club’s annual meeting…

September 20: Lord’s day out

There was no action at the Park so what better than to head to Lord’s to see how the professionals do it… and drink some beer at the same time. Chariman Chris Johnson organised a party from KPCC to see Durham triumph in a low-scoring but tense Royal London Cup final against Warwickshire at the headquarters…

Joe Elliott

Third XI: Fight fizzles out

Despite the overnight rain, when we arrived at Flamstead the track was in surprisingly good shape and skipper Carmody had no hesitation in electing to bat first on winning the toss. Openers Bret Painter and Robert Morley got us off to a steady and watchful start against a pacey new ball partnership with some lovely…