vs. Southend EMT
Date:Saturday 12th May 2018
Venue:Away
Game:SNEL
Result:Lost
Scores:H&TCC 107/6 (G.Davison 52*)
SOSEMT 109/2

Well done to all of the 4th XI who turned out for the club, a total of 8 youngsters under the age of 15! Hadleigh made 107 off their reduced overs, G.Davison was the rock and youngsters T.Byrne and D.Scott gave it a good go. All 8 youngsters had a bowl but the other team were too strong on this occasion. Special thanks to our chairman K. Jenks who had to umpire until G.Davison got out as there were no other players over 16 to umpire. G. Davison didn’t get out meaning K.Jenks umpired 31 overs, didn’t bat and didn’t bowl. Cobbbb!!!
vs. Basildon & Pitsea 4th XI
Date:Saturday 19th May 2018
Venue:Home
Game:SNEL
Result:Opposition Conceded
Scores:
vs. Horndon-on-the-Hill
Date:Saturday 26th May 2018
Venue:Away
Game:SNEL
Result:Cancelled due to poor availability
Scores:
vs. Old Southendians 5th XI
Date:Saturday 2nd June 2015
Venue:Home
Game:SNEL (40)
Result:Opposition conceded
Scores:
vs. Brentwood 6th XI
Date:Saturday 9th June 2018
Venue:Home (Wickford)
Game:SNEL (40)
Result:Lost
Scores:H&TCC – 109AO
Brentwood – 113/4 (B.Read 3/29)

G.Davison won the toss and decided to bat first, youngsters M.Maddocks and B.Read looked very solid. Congratulations go to Max for making it into the Essex U12 squad, good to see quality youngsters coming through the ranks at the club! The captain was impressed with the bowling display by all of the youngsters and can see the improvements since the start of the season already. Keep enjoying it chaps. Well done!
vs. Benfleet
Date:Saturday 16th June 2018
Venue:Away
Game:SNEL (40)
Result:Lost
Scores:H&TCC – 122/9 (S.Young 33*)
Brentwood – 113/4 (J.Genthe 3/31)

Youngster Max Maddocks continued to impress scoring 14. The more senior players gave it a good go and managed to get up to 122 in the 40 overs on what was a terrible wicket. Justus Genthe was the star of the show with the ball taking 3-31 off of 8 overs and getting a run out. The game was played in great spirit and all involved enjoyed the afternoon.
vs. Old Southedians 4th XI
Date:Saturday 23rd June 2018
Venue:Home
Game:SNEL (40)
Result:Won
Scores:H&TCC – 231AO (A.Downey 69, T.Byrne 42)
Old Southendians – 140AO (A.Downey 3-32)

A good batting performance by the 4s to score 231 in just 38 overs. A solid return to Hadleigh for A.Downey scoring 69 and then taking 3-32. P.Sales however took the glory with 18* and 2 wickets, not bad for a spectator. Well done chaps, only Saturday team to win this week!
vs. Chelmsford
Date:Saturday 30th June 2018
Venue:Away
Game:SNEL (40)
Result:Lost
Scores:Chelmsford – 250/9 (S.Loganathan 4-50, B.Read 3-45)
H&TCC – 103AO (J.Klein 37*)
vs. Leigh-on-Sea
Date:Saturday 7th July 2018
Venue:Home
Game:SNEL (40)
Result:Won
Scores:Leigh on Sea Conceded – Hadleigh sit in 5th out of 12 at the halfway stage.
vs. Wickford
Date:Saturday 14th July 2018
Venue:Home
Game:SNEL (40)
Result:Won
Scores:H&TCC – 228/8 (A.Harding 118, A.Graham 70)
Wickford – 200AO (M.Lewis 3-9, C.Blackaby 3-42)

Alistair Graham Reports:
The 4s sealed an unexpected victory against Wickford 5s with a team of between 9 and 10 players across the game. Losing the toss, Hadleigh were stuck into bat, a less than ideal scenario due to the bowling heavy youth options on the team. Andy Harding returned from the Bar XI to join Alastair as an opener, and an opening partnership was build taking Hadleigh to c. 130/140-0 to the dismay of the opposition. Andy posted an impressive 118, with Alastair contributing 70 runs to give confidence to the those that followed. Batsmen 3-10 then posted 32 runs between them, 24 of which were quickly scored by Callum Blackaby, and Hadleigh finished on 228-8 at the end of the innings. Callum took the new ball and bowled well to get 2 wickets. Vasan (U15) had a good first spell, and took a wicket, the only catch of the innings by a full stretch Alastair at mid-off above his head. Ben Mascall (U15) managed to sneak classy dismissal clipping the off stump bail. Meanwhile, Spike was took 3 wickets for 9 runs from the other end. Luis Bracci (U15) bowled well, though tired towards the end of the spell. Resident all-rounder Paul Sales held an end, taking a wicket. Wickford remained in contention throughout, and needed 28 off the last two overs. Their number 10/11 had taken a liking to Paul with boundaries the previous overs, so to kill the game Alastair trundled in at 1/4 pace to secure a boring maiden, and Callum took the last wicket to win the game.