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Sandhurst captain Jaemie Gale wants to see his team pick up where they left off last season, and perhaps stage a serious fight for the Premier Division title in 2011.
Bracknell's preparations for their first season in the division has received a massive shot in the arm by the news that Hafiz Mahmood will return for the 2011 season.
Hurst’s new-look team of young players, mainly former colts, face a baptism of fire at Eversley 2nd as they get their Thames Valley Cricket League Division 4B campaign up and running on Saturday.
An action-packed winter of cricket, coupled with some excellent spring weather, may have given Farley Hill’s squad the impetus to hit the ground running.
Finchampstead are going back to basics as they look to return to the Home Counties League at the first time of asking.
Woodley vice-captain Richard Stanley is hoping the Woodford Park side’s inaugural season in the Premier Division will hold them in good stead for the comign campaign.
Finchampstead 2nd will have to adapt to life without influential all-rounder Gary Loveday as they begin their Thames Valley Cricket League Division 2A campaign on Saturday.
Sandhurst Town have the opportunity to celebrate their 100th birthday with a trophy when they take on Wembley Town in the Combined Counties Premier Challenge Cup final at Farnborough tomorrow night (7.45pm kick-off).
Crown Wood president and former captain John Cartledge is expecting the reign of new skipper Thamindu Wedatilake to bring an exciting brand of cricket to St Sebastian’s.
Emmbrook & Bearwood are hoping that the appointment of a new captain in James Gibbs will help propel the club back into the Premier Division of the Berkshire Cricket League.