Hornsey ready for big Division Two clash with Harrow St Marys
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After losing to Winchmore Hill last weekend, the Tivoli Road club will aim to bounce back on Saturday
Garfield Struthers will hope to see Hornsey build much-needed momentum in the Middlesex County League Division Two this weekend.
The Tivoli Road club travel to Harrow St Marys knowing a lot is riding on the fixture in the battle for a top-two finish.
Hornsey are fourth in the table on 67 points and this Saturday’s opponents are in third place with 70 points.
After suffering a surprise home loss to Winchmore Hill last weekend, Struthers will be aiming to see his team get back on track at Harrow.
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Heading into last Saturday, Hornsey were unbeaten in four league matches, but they were unable to maintain their fine form on home turf.
The away side won the toss and put Struthers team into bat first, and the hosts made it up to 200 before they were dismissed in the 48th over.
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Liam O’Hare (40), Joe Emanuel (37), Jack Goldberg (31) and James Bull (30) made starts, but failed to kick on.
Winchmore Hill then got home comfortably for the loss of only four wickets to hand Hornsey a rare defeat.