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Thursday, October 9, 2014

London Tigers Cricket Club picked up the Asian Club of the Year Award at the 2014 Talk Home Mobile Asian Cricket Awards at Lord’s on Tuesday .

Stratford Under-18s were runners-up to Newham in the Essex final at the County Ground, Chelmsford

All-Newham final hailed by organisers

Newham hit new heights

Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Newham Under-18s celebrate winning the Essex final against Stratford at the County Ground, Chelmsford

Cricket club celebrate Essex title

UEL's Adil Malik bowls to a Queen Mary University batsman during his side's win at Wanstead

Captain Wood hits ton in another big win

Action from thre Last Man Stands competition (Jenni Sheehan – Vision Redbridge)

Last Man Stands format is going from strength to strength

UEL's cricket squad face the camera at their Wanstead base

Two wins in a week lift students

Catholic Corner

Thursday, June 12, 2014
Ilford Catholic play in the Herts & Essex League

Latest news from our Ilford Catholic blogger

Stratford Cricket Club

Stratford Cricket Club set out with a win

UEL cricketers smash rivals

Friday, May 23, 2014
UEL's cricket squad face the camera at their Wanstead base

Students win by 486-run margin

Olympic Stadium.(Photo by Jeff J Mitchell-Pool/Getty Images)

Essex chief executive Derek Bowden has revealed an agreement “in principle” has been reached with regard to the club playing Twenty20 cricket at the London Olympic Stadium from 2016.

Michael Holding, who received an honorary degree and lifetime achievement award from UEL last year helped organise the tour

Michael Holding and Courtney Walsh back trip

UEL's cricket squad face the camera at their Wanstead base

Squad aim to build on opening day success

Catholic Corner

Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Ilford Catholic CC begin this league campaign this weekend

Latest observations from our Ilford Catholic blogger

Tower Hamlets indoor cricket team has qualified for the London Youth Games finals at Lords

Tower Hamlets are through to the London Youth Games indoor cricket finals day at Lord’s for the second year running.

UEL cricketers top pile

Wednesday, June 12, 2013
UEL cricketers have enjoyed plenty of success in outdoor and indoor fixtures

Students secure outdoor honours

Newham College Cricket

Students see off Leyton Sixth Form

Tower Hamlets (left) are through to finals day at Lords Cricket Ground

Team manager Jahid Ahmed expressed his delight after Tower Hamlets secured a date at Lord’s following their weekend success at the London Youth Games Indoor Cricket qualifying competition.

Britain may be in the sudden grip of winter temperatures hitting zero—but that hasn’t stopped East London’s hardy sports students going for cricket practice with top county players.

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London Tigers 164-4 beat Tower Hamlets 139-7 by 25 runs

Sky CC confirmed as Victoria Park Cricket League Division One Champions

London Fields’ loss hands Division One title to rivals

England and Essex cricketer Ravi Bopara visited the Hackney Marshes Centre last week

England and Essex cricketer pleased with new facilities

Contenders skipper Layton Worghs celebrates after his side's cup triumph.

League and cup holders suspended after six teams complain about their behaviour

Regents beat Best Nationals last week

Tufnell Parkians and Chats Palace played out a thrilling tie last week in the latest round of Victoria Park Community Cricket League matches.

Contenders celebrate their triumph

Contenders captured the Victoria Park Cricket League Cup after a dramatic one-wicket win over East London Community.

A Dynamite Ducks batsmna hits out

Regents bowlers showed great nerve as Bengal Tigers finished just two runs short of victory in a thrilling match last week, writes Matt Diner

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