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PAUL WEEKES

There is plenty to play for in the Middlesex County League Division Two with three games left

The captain praised his squad after winning their third consecutive match last weekend

The Tivola Road club stunned leaders Stanmore on Saturday and will look to back it up against Southgate

The N8 club know only a win will realistically keep alive their hopes of promotion

Garfield Struthers’ team will aim to bounce back at home to Wycombe House this weekend

After drawing with leaders Enfield on June 30, Paul Weekes inspired Hornsey to success at Eastcote last weekend

Garfield Struthers’ men were 102-0 chasing 299 to win before they lost both their openers and ended on 219-7

The Tivoli Road club have enjoyed a fine 2018 campaign to date and defeated Osterley last time out

Garfield Struthers host fifth-placed Osterley this weekend aiming to make it back-to-back victories

After losing by 43 runs at Southgate on Saturday, Brondesbury proved too strong in the Middlesex knock-out cup on Sunday

The early season pace-setters will host another unbeaten side on Saturday in the form of Stanmore

Champions Highgate show their class to win at Hornsey on the final day of the 2017 campaign

Highgate cricket club were crowned champions of the Middlesex Division Two after sealing a comfortable 134 run victory against Indian Gymkhana.

Hornsey defeated Harrow St Marys in a close contest, but there was mixed fortunes for Wembley, South Hampstead and Harrow Town

Highgate earned the local bragging rights over Hornsey with a winning draw in their Middlesex League Division Two derby at Shepherd’s Cot.

Hornsey secured a vital victory at Harrow St Mary’s in Middlesex League Division Two.

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.

Brondesbury took the lion’s share of a draw with Hornsey to close the gap on their promotion rivals – but they also slipped two places down the table in Division Two of the Middlesex County League.

Hornsey’s last-wicket pair clung on to deny Highgate a much-needed victory and close the gap on Middlesex County League Division Two leaders Finchley.

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.

Hornsey were knocked off the top of Division Two after they suffered their first defeat of the season in a tense climax at Acton.

Hornsey are now the only team across the three divisions of the league with a 100 per cent record after they thrashed bottom side Wembley by 10 wickets.

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.

Hornsey spinner Johnny Fawcett blew away the Indian Gymkhana batting with the division’s first six-wicket haul of the season to put his side top of the Division Two table.

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