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Haverhill T20 Knights on winning form in Cup

Haverhill Knights (138-7) are in a strong position in the Suffolk T20 Cup, having beaten Woolpit (134-9) by three wickets at home.

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BAD DAY: All Saturday teams lost their matches for Haverhill at the weekend

Cast adrift in division as losses accumulate

Haverhill cricket team took a ‘calculated gamble’ that unfortunately did not pay off in their latest loss to Halstead in the Two Counties Division One, writes Hannah Dolman.

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‘Bittersweet’ club record for skipper

Haverhill captain Adam Dellar may have scored a personal as well as club record against Braintree, but losing the game put a ‘dampener’ on it, writes Hannah Dolman.

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LAST EIGHT LOSS: Michael Comber bowling for Suffolk against Berkshire in the Unicorns Trophy on Sunday

Sudbury contingent unable to inspire Suffolk to victory

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The Haverhill Knights, the club's T20 team for 2017. Back row left to right....Will Bailey, Liam Botten, Dan Pass, Alex Archer,  Adam Dellar, Anthony Phillips  Front Row left to right...Tom Baker, Callum Brunning, Dave Humphrey (c), Harry Harding, Patrick Meadows

Haverhill T20 Knights lose despite some great bowling

The Haverhill Knights were overcome at home by Bury St Edmunds in the 2017 Suffolk Club T20 competition.

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Ben Wilkins bowling for Haverhill II who beat Wivenhoe II

Haverhill bottom of table after another narrow loss

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TEAM SHOT: The Haverhill team which took on Woolpit on Sunday

Haverhill draw in first game of T20 at Woolpit

Suffolk T20 Competition Group Match

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HOME COMFORTS: Mildenhall had the home advantage against Frinton

Crucial second win for Mildenhall in Premier League to give them belief

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CAPTAIN: Adam Dellar

Tough task for Haverhill

It has been two years since Haverhill Cricket Club were last able to overcome Braintree, according to captain Adam Dellar.

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SAFE HANDS: Haverhills wicket keeper Dave Humphrey in action against Wivenhoe

Nailbiting game results in first tie at Haverhill

MARSHALL HATCHICK

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NINE CATCHES: Adam Mansfield

Frustration for Suffolk as rain falls forcing a draw at home

Suffolk were left frustrated after rain forced their Unicorns Championship match against Buckinghamshire to be abandoned on the final day.

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STAR UMPIRE: Ron Raisey

Caught in the Middle with Ron Raisey: Send-off was a fitting final knock for Tony

Last Monday I went to Tony Catley’s funeral at Cambridge Crematorium and I can honestly say I have never been to a funeral where the venue has been so packed out.

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Several games called off due to rain and waterlogged pitches

Marshall Hatchick Two Counties Matches cancelled

The heavy rainfall across East Anglia has led to a number of cricket matches postponed this week.

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STRONG SHOW: Tom Baker had a half-century and four wickets

Second and third teams suffer heavy league losses

MARSHALL HATCHICK

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DEJECTED: Haverhill struggle in Division One of the Two Counties Championship, as the loss against Elmstead sees them just one point from the bottom of the league after six games.

Haverhill comfortably beaten by the leaders

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STAR UMPIRE: Ron Raisey

Caught in the Middle with Ron Raisey: A late start as the British summer truly arrives...

Well, what a strange day it was weather-wise last Saturday.

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BACK IN ACTION: Mike Comber, pictured in action for Suffolk in the recent match against Bedfordshire

Suffolk prepare for three-day opener

Coach Andy Northcote says his Suffolk CCC side are a long way from where they ought to be — but are moving in the right direction.

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THREE WICKETS: Andrew Argent

Drenched Haverhill II in soggy away loss

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SO CLOSE: Haverhill were five overs from a likely win when umpires decided to abandon the match due to poor light. Batsmen Chris Palmer, pictured earlier this season, scored nine runs and took one wicket

Haverhill match called off on brink of key win

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