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Hornchurch, Ilford suffer defeats

The Harrow Lodge Park club will attempt to remain on course for another treble by the time the Bank Holiday weekend is over

Brentwood captain Aaron West is urging his side to continue their strong start to the Shepherd Neame Essex League Premier Division campaign, writes Jacob Ranson.

Upminster lost at home to Shenfield last Saturday, but enjoyed the challenge of facing former England test spinner Monty Panesar

Harold Wood captain Craig Perrin says his side must respect newly-promoted Fives & Heronians after their terrific start to life in Shepherd Neame Essex League Division One, writes Jacob Ranson.

Shenfield captain Roy Smith is eager to get the bragging rights over local rivals Hutton when they meet this weekend.

Ardleigh Green & Havering-atte-Bower captain Lloyd Edwards expects a tough test against Leigh-on-Sea this weekend, writes Jacob Ranson.

Jon O'Neill's men lost in the Mid-Essex League Premier Division and the second XI and thirds also tasted defeat, but the fourth-team did win

Ardleigh Green and Havering-atte-Bower captain Lloyd Edwards says they can't afford to rest on their laurels after suffering a seven wicket defeat to Harlow.

Shenfield captain Roy Smith pleased with strong showing as they picked up second consecutive win at Upminster.

Harold Wood captain Craig Perrin was pleased with the grit shown in 57 run victory over Hutton in the Shepherd Neame Essex Division One last weekend.

Bentley firsts with a weakened side suffered a crushing first defeat of the season at Old Chelmsfordians.

Brentwood captain Aaron West says overseas bowler Nick Winter could help them end their silverware drought this campaign.

Rain ruined the hopes of Oakfield Parkonians and Frenford, as well as South Woodford and Old Brentwoods in their Shepherd Neame Essex League Division Two meetings on Saturday.

Hutton, Upminster, Gidea Park & Romford beaten, as Woodford Wells and Loughton draw rain-hit match

Billericay earn draw at Chingford, Ilford well beaten

Park beaten by eight wickets at Hutton last weekend

The 2018 treble-winners endured plenty of frustration last weekend in two different competitions

Ollie Peck will hope his team can improve at home to Roy Smith's Shenfield

Brentwood captain Aaron West says they must stay grounded after a sublime start to the Shepherd Neame Essex League Premier Division season.

Shenfield captain Roy Smith is looking forward to coming up against some old mates when they take on Upminster this weekend, writes Jacob Ranson.

Harold Wood captain Craig Perrin is hoping for better weather conditions as his side look to bounce back from a season opening defeat.

Hornchurch Athletic held their nerve to earn a two-wicket win at Little Waltham in Mid-Essex League Division One.

Essex head coach Anthony McGrath felt his side thoroughly deserved their eight-wicket win over Nottinghamshire in the County Championship.

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