Rain Hampers League Programmes

Just one match was played to a finish in Middlesex and Hertfordshire this weekend.
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Rain and bad weather prevented any play in the ECB Middlesex Premier League and only one match was played in the Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League Division One.

The plethora of no results means that all teams in the Middlesex League (where no matches in any of the divisions were completed) gained one point from a wet weekend.

Hampstead (110 points) continue to lead the way at the top of the Premier League from Ealing (92) and Teddington (70).

The only result in all 14 divisions of the Hertfordshire League came in Division 12, where Met Police Bushey 3rds dismissed Preston 4ths for 53 and knocked the runs off for the loss of two wickets.

That win moved them 15 points clear of the relegation zone.

The Home Counties saw slightly better weather, and in the Home Counties Premier League Division One, there was a win for Banbury and a draw between Slough and Henley while all the other games were cancelled.

That leaves Henley on 330 points at the top of the table with Banbury second on 273 points.

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