3rds win title as 1sts give themselves a chance

The Thirds win the Div 10B title, the Firsts give themselves some hope in Div 2A, and the Sunday Ones finish 3rd in Beds league Div 2 after another century from Justin Powick. Match reports for August 27th/28th 2016.

Preston 1st XI v St Margaretsbury, SHCL Div 2A

The 1st XI are still in with a shout of promotion after defeating St Margaretsbury on Saturday, and seeing rivals Old Owens …

3rds gain promotion as 1sts & 2nds hopes fade

The Third XI’s 9th successive win guaranteed them promotion with three games left, but it wasn’t as easy as they hoped…. Sadly, defeats for the 1sts and 2nds left both feeling that their promotion hopes were probably gone for this season. Match reports for Sat 20th and Sun 21st August 2016.

Preston 1st XI v Abbots Langley, SHCL Div 2A

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“Lost badly”.


Preston 2nd XI …

  • Posted: 16th Aug 2016
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Grand Slam Saturday!

Match reports for Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th August 2016.

It was a Grand Slam Saturday for Preston as all four sides won their Herts league fixtures. Then the Sunday Ones chased down a huge score at the Field of Dreams, while the young stars of the future led the Twos to a comfortable victory at Great Gaddesden.

Preston 1st XI v Holtwhites Trinibis 1st XI, SHCL Div 2A

Promotion-chasing Preston …

3rds go top, 1sts & 2nds win, and JP breaks club batting record

Preston 1st XI v Radlett 2nd XI, SHCL Div 2A

Preston’s overseas star Justin Powick struck a faultless 111* as the villagers recorded their third consecutive home win in SHCL Div 2A. In the course of his 28th innings of the season, Justin also passed the club record for runs in a season, 1550, set by Marcus Baines back in 1989.

Visitors Radlett 2nds won the toss and batted first. …

1sts wobble as 2nds & 3rds march on

Match reports for Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st July, 2016

Preston 1st XI v Old Owens, SHCL Div 2A

Preston travelled to Old Owens for a top of the table clash and were asked to bowl first on losing the toss. New ball bowlers Casey Hughes and Seb Walton Adams bowled with aggression and skill beating the edge with frequency and seeing two go down early on. Walton Adams struck …