Berkhamsted Today (England) – After back-to-back spotless weekends, it was back to a set of mixed results for Hemel on Saturday as availability issues at the top end of the club left selection dilemmas.

Summary

  • After back-to-back spotless weekends, it was back to a set of mixed results for Hemel on Saturday as availability issues at the top end of the club left selection dilemmas.
  • As a result of the loss, Hemel slipped to fourth place in the division, down from third.
  • The rain around the Hemel area finally called an end to proceedings for the second team’s game at 7.15pm on Saturday, giving Hemel a victory by virtue of their run-rate.
  • Hemel’s fourth team were the second side from the club to lose over the weekend as visitors Old Minchendenians completed the double over Hemel and kept themselves in second place in Division 9B.
  • On Sunday, Hemel’s first team were due to host Winchmore Hill in the Lords Chess Valley Cricket League but the opposition conceded to give Hemel four points in the standings.

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