HORNDON travelled to T Rippon high flyers Bentley on Sunday for the Essex and Suffolk National Village Cup final.
Orsett and Thurrock 1st 202-9 Belhus 1st 207-0 Joe Joyce struck his fourth century of the season in this emphatic ten-wicket win over neighbours Orsett and Thurrock. Joyce struck 15 fours and one six to finish undefeated on 112 from 102 balls faced in this Shepherd Neame Essex League Division one encounter at North Stifford. […]
NINETY runs from Joe Joyce earned Belhus a hard-fought Essex Sunday League premier division win at Dagenham.
ORSETT & Thurrock comprehensively won their first game of the season at home to Gidea Park & Romford CC.
BASILDON and Pitsea Cricket Club hosted the touring taxmen of Kingston Upon Thames on Thursday (1st June 2016), with a team brought together by the South Essex District Cricket Board.
Belhus 1st 197 all out Harlow 200-0 Belhus were comprehensively defeated at the Marigolds ground on Saturday, but despite the setback managed to pick up six bonus points. Joe Joyce top scored with 60 for the visitors, while brother Danny struck 43, both hitting six boundaries in the process. Number four batsman Matthew Doran made […]
HORNDON travelled to Great Waltham for the Essex and Suffolk group stage semi-final of the National Village Cup. Horndon lost the toss and were put in to bat by the home team.
ORSETT & Thurrock lost their first league game of the campaign away at Division One leaders Woodford Wells.
Stanford le Hope U13 39-8 Belhus U13 41-3 An accurate Belhus attack, which led to seven Stanford batsmen being bowled, proved to be decisive in this T20 match at North Stifford on Friday (26th May 2017). Reece Herbert led the way with three wickets at a cost of just six runs from two devastating overs, […]
Orsett and Thurrock drew their second game succession at home to Harlow.
HORNDON travelled to Belhus on Sunday for the second round of the National Village Cup. Horndon won the toss and put Belhus into bat on a very good looking pitch. Belhus took advantage of the batting conditions and brothers Danny and Joe Joyce raced to 158 at 20 overs.
Horndon’s league season got off to a bad start as they travelled to Garons Park for their first game. Old Souths won the toss and put Horndon into bat.
ORSETT and Thurrock got their 1st XI Division One campaign underway with a draw away at Billericay.
BELHUS edged through to the third round of the Dukes Essex League Cup for the first time in their history with a two wicket win at North Stifford on Saturday. Hutton, batting first, had opener Alex Tredgett to thank for a steady innings of 64
BELHUS paceman Connor Day achieved personal best bowling figures of 6-16 with all his victims being bowled in this first round National Village Cup match at Matching Green on Sunday. Day claimed three wickets inside four deliveries in his second over and significantly contributed to the hosts’ collapse to 35 for seven wickets after just twelve overs.
ORSETT and Thurrock retained their South Essex womens’ indoor cricket title following a comprehensive six-wicket win over runners-up Belhus at Gable Hall school on Tuesday (28th March 2017).
ROMFORD manager Paul Martin surprised most people by leaving top scorer Chinedu McKenzie on the bench and decided to go for target man Nick Reynolds instead to match up with the very physical Hornchurch defenders, and it nearly paid off in the first minute when Charlie Grimme-Yexley cut in and his low effort was turned goalbound by Reynolds, but straight into the body of keeper Sam Mott.
A 57-run fifth wicket partnership between Keith Dhannie and Liam Waters put Belhus on the road to a 21-run victory over Wickford at North Stifford on Sunday.
The highest score of the season was the match winning century by Mason Wren against Horndon on the Hill. Legend has it that he hit the ball so far that day, that it is competing for space in Earth’s orbit along with Chris Waddle’s Italia 90 penalty.
IN an unprecedented season for Belhus cricket club, they lifted no less than three titles in the Shepherd Neame Essex League. With the first eleven being crowned champions last week, it was the turn of the Belhus third and fourth teams to secure their respective league honours.
ORSETT and Thurrock lost their fourth match in a row as Harold Wood comfortably won by seven wickets.
BELHUS clinched the Shepherd Neame Essex League division two title in style at Horndon Recreation Ground on Saturday. Not for the first time, a masterful batting display by the Joyce brothers made light work of the Horndon total.
ORSETT and Thurrock lost their third game in succession in a close encounter at home to Southend-on-Sea & EMT.
BELHUS gained promotion to the premier division for fourth eleven teams following this tense and slender victory over Hornchurch at Ockendon Recreation Ground on Saturday.