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May 25 2013 Latest news:
Captain Alastair Cook is not banking on Headingley being a bowler’s paradise when his England side take to the field in the second Test against New Zealand tomorrow.
Middlesex County Cricket League - Premier Division
Hampstead (4pts) 306-6
Hornsey (1) 224-8
Middlesex County Cricket League
Highgate 240-8 (4pts)
South Hampstead 140-8 (1)
Middlesex County Cricket League - Division Two
Southgate (0pts) 201
North Middlesex (10) 203-6
Former Haringey Police ABC amateur Erick ‘The Eagle’ Ochieng will get a shot at the British light-middleweight title after reigning champion Brian Rose gave up the belt.
Middlesex County Cricket League (Division Three):
North London (10pts) 161
Indian Gymkhana (0) 133
Middlesex County Cricket League (Premier Division):
Hornsey (1pt) 286-8
Winchmore Hill (4) 105-2
Hornsey captain Chetan Patel is hoping to replicate the success of the last campaign in the Middlesex County Cricket League, when his side finished fifth in their first season back in the Premier Division.
North Middlesex have a new captain for the 2013 season in the Middlesex County Cricket League, which starts on Saturday, as Tom Nicoll takes over from Adam Holmes.
Wingate & Finchley manager Gary Meakin says the decision to extend the Ryman Premier Division from 22 to 24 teams is “ridiculous”.
West Ham assistant manager Neil McDonald felt Kevin Nolan and Andy Carroll proved there were split loyalties after a goalless draw against their former side Newcastle.
Wingate & Finchley secured their Premier Division status in the Ryman League last night after with an incredible and unlikely 3-2 win over second-placed Lowestoft Town.
Wingate & Finchley’s fate will be decided in the next three days as they attempt to avoid relegation in their final two games of the season.
“Some of the people who come to us have not eaten for three days – just imagine what that is like”
The man responsible for the White Hart Lane pitch takes the Journal through his match-day routine, and gives an insight into life at Spurs’ world class training ground
Thousands of people poured into Priory Park on Sunday for the 21st annual Crouch End Fun Run and Festival.
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