ALL five Thurrock teams are knuckling down and in the middle of a host of pre-season friendlies.
THERE was more success for Thurrock thee, Khai Riley-Laborde in the European Under-23 Championships.
BLUES got their pre-season schedule under way with this comfortable win at Hullbridge Sports writes The Mariner
Orsett & Thurrock won their second match in succession in convincing fashion at home to high-flying Billericay.
ON Sunday 16th July Thurrock Swimming Club had a number of swimmers enter the East Region Open Water Championships at Whitingham Lake in Norwich, which also incorporates the Essex County Open Water Championships.
HORNDON continued their impressive form on Saturday and made it 4 wins on the trot. Winning the toss the home side put Old South’s into bat as Connor Hammond made use of the overcast conditions
OATs stayed calm and patient to claim another victory at a moist Chelmer Park on Saturday. With drizzle in the air, the toss looked to be vital and for the first time since the last ice age,
WHAT a day for personal bests for those who competed in the Open Pentathlon held in Hemel Hempstead on Sunday 16th July.
South Woodford 4th 103 all out Belhus 3rd 106-2 Belhus raced to another win which keeps them top of their Shepherd Neame Essex League division. It took only 14.1 overs for the leaders to complete their eight-wicket win as Joshua Clarke struck 32 and Zak Wilson was undefeated with 34 runs to his name. Earlier, […]
ORSETT & Thurrock travelled to Chalkwell Park, home of the unbeaten Leigh U15s in the SEDCB Cup semi-final and walked away with a trip to the final where they will face either Rayleigh or Rankins at Stanford on 23rd July.
Caravan chaos reigned supreme at Arena Essex on Sunday as the curtain came down on another very lively afternoon of racing.
BEN Morley struck a stunning 18 point maximum as Lakeside beat Buxton 51-38 at the Arena-Essex Raceway.
Sam Cross joins the squad Grays Athletic are pleased to announce that Sam Cross has joined the club. The 23 year old left back joined Bowers and Pitsea from Billericay Town last season. Previously Sam has played for Concord Rangers, Heybridge Swifts and Brentwood Town. ===== Jon Ashton returns for the Blues Grays Athletic are […]
ST CLERE’s student, Joseph Harding competed in the English Schools’ Athletics Championships in Birmingham on Saturday 8th July 2017.
Basildon & Pitsea 1st X1 160 all out vs Horndon on the Hill 1st X1 162-9 HORNDON made it three wins on the spin on Saturday as they travelled to bottom of the league Basildon. Winning the toss the visitor elected to field and were rewarded with the early wicket of Steven Ayres. Opening bowler […]
NICK Laurence admits he can’t wait to get back on a bike when Lakeside host Buxton at the Arena-Essex Raceway on Friday (8pm). The Vortex Hammers return to action for the first time in almost three weeks as they aim to continue their push up the Travel Plus National League standings. After five wins from […]
English Schools Track & Field Championships FOUR Thurrock Harrier athletes were selected to represent Essex in the English Schools Track & Field Championships held in Birmingham on 7th & 8th July; Theo Adesina, Funminiyi Olajide, Hayley Instance, and Ruby Bridger. Great performances in Long Jump saw two medals being brought home; Theo won bronze medal […]
Bledlow Village NVC X1 318 all out vs Horndon-on-the-Hill 180 all out HORNDON’S magnificent National Village Cup run came to an end on Sunday as they travelled with strong support to Buckinghamshire Champions Bledlow Village. Winning the toss the home side decided to use home advantage and Bat on a very good wicket. Opening Batsmen […]
Belhus were shaded out by a competent Hadleigh and Thundersley showing in the South Essex under eleven cup final held at Orsett CC on Sunday morning (9th July 2017).
THE perfect remedy to the pent up frustration one feels when slowly following a caravan towing holidaymaker through the country lanes of the British Isles,
WAYNE Simmons proved he does like to be beside the seaside as he was the rock of the OAT bowling attack in a comfortable win at Southchurch Park on Saturday.
BELHUS edged through to the last four of the Essex League cup on Sunday in the most dramatic circumstances possible. The match was tied with the result being determined on number of wickets lost.
ORSETT & Thurrock bounced back from last weekend’s thrashing at Buckhurst Hill to convincingly defeat Harold Wood by six wickets.
The hosts batted first and the top order got them off to a great start.
THURROCK to be proudly represented at the East Region Talent Camp