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JAKE SHARLAND

The Shepherd’s Cot club are eager to get on a winning run after defeating Hampstead last time out

Johan de Silva hailed the bowling efforts of Craig Gourlay before Zaakir Khawaja and Muz Ali saw their team to victory

The young spin bowler claimed eight wickets against Teddington and played a big part in a run-out

Departing skipper Jake Sharland wants to see Highgate become an established second-tier club in the Middlesex County League following their final-day escape from relegation.

Highgate skipper Jake Sharland expects no favours from neighbours Hornsey when his side attempt to clinch survival by beating them in Saturday’s derby showdown.

Highgate hauled themselves out of the drop zone again as the weather helped them to secure a narrow victory at Enfield in Division Two of the Middlesex County League.

Highgate dropped back into the Division Two relegation zone after they failed to kill off champions-elect Finchley and were edged out by two wickets.

Last-wicket pair Will Brookes and Scott Thaxton snatched a precious victory against Acton to haul Highgate out of the Middlesex County League Division Two drop zone for the first time this season.

Highgate captain Jake Sharland expects the next two games to be crucial in determining whether his side preserve their Middlesex County League Division Two status.

Highgate captain Jake Sharland wants his side to forget about results and focus on enjoying the game as they attempt to turn their season around.

Sandun Dias struck his first half-century for Highgate – but it was not enough to prevent a home defeat against Barnes that tipped them into the Division Two relegation zone.

Teenager Jack Bruce captured his first five-wicket haul for the senior side as Division Two leaders Hornsey beat Harrow St Mary’s to maintain their 100 per cent record.

Highgate opener Chris Arul clobbered the Wembley bowling with a century to set up his side’s first Division Two victory of the season.

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