Cricket is back with all clubs looking for a good start

PUBLISHED: 06:30 06 May 2016

Radlett smash another 4

Radlett smash another 4


The Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League returns this weekend with a number of mouth-watering ties.

Radlett, who will be looking to retain their Premier Division crown, get their campaign underway with a trip to Bishop’s Stortford.

Harpenden, who finished third last year, are at home to newly promoted Totteridge Millhillians.

In Division One, Old Albanian host Northwood while Shenley Village, who will be aiming for an immediate return to the Championship, travel to Ampthill Town.

Elsewhere there are home games for St Albans and Redbourn while Wheathampstead, St Albans West Indian and Sandridge are all on the road.

Greenwood Park start at home to Letchworth Garden City IV.

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