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Club celebrates a successful year


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o celebrate a successful 2011 Abbots Langley Cricket Club had its end of season


dinner and dance at Hunton Park which was attended by more than 120 people. The club had an excellent season with the


first team winning a local 20/20 cup and also scooping the John Barker Cup which is awarded by the Saracens League to the team who has shown the highest levels of fair play and sportsmanship, both on and off the field. The second team just failed to gain


promotion, the thirds just avoiding relegation and the fourth side winning promotion. The player of the season was Parth Mehta


who broke a 40 year bowling record by taking 56 league wickets and becoming the leading wicket taker in Division Two. Abbots also had an end of season trip to


Malta where 32 people played five games, winning four and losing one and was such a great success with some of the younger players experiencing their first trips abroad, plans are already in place to go back later in 2012.


The Abbots Langley Cricket Club celebrated their successful season at a dinner and dance.


The club is trying to attract better players to


Abbots and its aim for 2012 is for all four League sides to be challenging for promotion. The club runs four League sides on a Saturday, plus two Sunday sides in the Chess Valley League. The colts section is probably one of the best in


Hertfordshire and the club will be trying to add another County Cup to the one the under 15s won in 2010. All coaches are ECB qualified and many are


involved with the district, area and county teams. A spokesman said: ―We are always on the


lookout for new players and anyone interested can come along to our nets on Thursday nights which start in early January at Choice Indoor Cricket School in Redbourn, for more information go on our website Abbots Langley Cricket Club or contact First Team Captain Dave Carlisle on 01923 449918.‖


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