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Stuart Smith’s inaugural Chairman’s Match is anticipated to be a hard-fought contest between his XI and a team led by the wily veteran bowler.
SATURDAY: Hooray! - the 4th Team managed to put a side in the field. Boo! there were only 8 of them and they were thrashed by Letchworth who scored 352 for 5, Neil Haslam and [...]
All the 2017 Fixtures are listed below. Browse down to the Team and date as this chart includes all four Saturday Teams, the Sunday Cup matches and Friendlies plus the Under 11s and Under 13s [...]
Veteran opener Peter Baker rolled back the years to score a match winning century on a hot June day to reaffirm his title as Reed's oldest centurion. Earlier in the piece Matt Giblin took wickets [...]
Reed Fourths travelled to Hitchin Boys' School to meet Letchworth Fifths. With only eight players after late withdrawals, Skipper Lloyd Bowman won the toss and asked the hosts to bat on an oppressively hot day. [...]
Reed 2nds came back from their trip to Hertford 3rds this weekend with an emphatic victory. Stand-in skipper Ward had little hesitation in electing to bat in the hot Hertfordshire sun. Bowles (30) and Johnson [...]
Reed became the first team this season to defeat league leaders, West Herts, with a strong all-round performance. However, Sean Tidey caught the eye by top scoring with 46 not out coming in at no.9, [...]
After one 1st Round victory and two concessions, Reed found themselves matched against Preston in the Herts & Beds Regional Final of the National Village Cup on Sunday at Reed. Batting first, Preston didn’t cope [...]
Reed Thirds had a disappointing trip to Hatfield Hyde with a five-wicket defeat. Having won the toss Reed batted first and made gradual progress with Peter Baker looking to be positive. After Baker's loss for [...]
Tom Greaves played a captain’s innings of 90 to overhaul Hoddesdon’s daunting total of 245 all out. Coming in at 76-4, he set about the recovery in a partnership of 87 with Stuart Smith (48). [...]
SATURDAY: The 1sts had a good win at Hoddesdon when Tom Greaves scored 90 batting at number 6 and Stuart Smith 48 overhauling the 245 set by the hosts with 4 wickets in-hand. Earlier Sean [...]