Crouch End look to arrest slump
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The Calthorpe club have struggled for form in June since they topped the Middlesex County Division Two
Crouch End will look to get back on track on Saturday when they host Eastcote in the Middlesex County Division Two.
The Calthorpe club were top of the table heading into June, but have lost all three games this month.
Last weekend, Hiren Desai's side went down in the league at Winchmore Hill by five wickets.
Visiting Crouch End won the toss and batted first, but could only post 208-7 from 45 overs at Paulin Ground.
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Pratik Patel scored 47 and Chetan Depala fell one run short of a half-century, but Winchmore managed to chase down the total with 16 balls remaining.
Crouch End impressed in the field, with three run-outs, but only Depala (1-49) and Dhaval Nartam (1-15) claimed scalps.
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The following day, back at Calthorpe, Desai's men faced Waltham in the ECB National Club Championship, but lost by 67 runs.
Seetal Patel claimed 5-40 as the visitors were out for 216, but Crouch End only made 166.