Almond Hill are off to Shenley

Stevenage Cricket Club hosted the ASDA Stevenage district cricket tournament for Year Five/Six boys and girls. A dozen teams played in the successful tournament that was jointly managed by Stevenage School Sports Partnership and the Ditchmore Lane club. A

Stevenage Cricket Club hosted the ASDA Stevenage district cricket tournament for Year Five/Six boys and girls.

A dozen teams played in the successful tournament that was jointly managed by Stevenage School Sports Partnership and the Ditchmore Lane club.

All umpiring was done by Stevenage's sports young leaders.

Almond Hill A won the tournament for the second year running, beating runners-up Aston St Mary's on most runs scored.


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However, both schools will play in the ASDA county finals at Shenley Cricket Centre this Monday.

Others taking part were Knebworth, Fairlands, Longmeadow, Codicote, Featherstone Wood, Martinswood, Almond Hill B, All Saints, Mossbury and Woolenwick.

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The Almond Hill captain is shown receiving the trophy from ASDA events manager Liz Quinton and England women's cricket captain Charlotte Edwards.

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