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A monumental innings of 160, the highest List A score of his career, by Varun Chopra helped Essex Eagles revive their Royal London Cup campaign against Somerset at Chelmsford.

After a tough start to 2018, the recently relegated side will aim to enjoy success in two different formats over the Bank Holiday weekend

Herons beat Billericay by 148 runs last weekend

Essex staffer already has two half-centuries in the league this term

Essex and England cricket legend Graham Gooch will be signing copies of a brand new book, Essex County Cricket Club Memories, during Sunday’s home One Day Cup match against Surrey at Chelmsford.

Explosive all-rounder has been in form with the bat so far

After three away games in a row, the Eagles will look to impress against Somerset, Surrey and Glamorgan over the next week

Gareth James will skipper the side against their local rivals this weekend and they are keen to bounce back after a loss at Harold Wood

Jack Carter Pavilion side beaten by 46 runs at home to Hutton last time out

A brand new book ‘Essex County Cricket Club Memories’ has been released to bring back the greatest memories of the county side after they were crowned champions of the County Championship last season.

Shed beat Leigh-on-Sea by five wickets last weekend

Woodford Green visit Westcliff-on-Sea in Division Three

Royal London One-Day Cup South Group: Essex 303-6 lost to Hampshire 304-4 by six wickets

Parks lost by 20 runs at Loughton last weekend

Essex Eagles could be set to introduce a new face into their line-up when they face Hampshire at The Ageas Bowl in the Royal London One-Day Cup tomorrow (Wednesday).

Herons recorded a 148-run victory at Overton Drive

After being dismissed for 199, the visitors toiled away in the field and lost by eight wickets, but were bemused by some of oppsition’s play

Valentines Park outfit triumphed by 88 runs at home, with Ashar Zaidi hitting 92 with the bat

Ramesh Gunalan hit a stunning century to help Old Brentwoods to a convincing win over West Essex in Shepherd Neame Essex League Division Three.

Oakfield Parkonians and Fives & Heronians suffered contrasting defeats in Shepherd Neame Essex League Division Two at the weekend.

South Woodford opened their account for the new Shepherd Neame Essex League Division Two season with success over Leigh.

Hutton came out on top in their Shepherd Neame Essex League Division One date with Hainault & Clayhall.

Gareth Roderick posted a superb 87 not out as Gloucestershire chased successfully to beat Essex by four wickets in Bristol and register their second victory in three days in the Royal London One-Day Cup South Group.

Harold Wood eased to an eight-wicket win over Shepherd Neame Essex League Division One rivals Woodford Wells.

Ilford claimed an emphatic 88-run win over Shenfield in their Shepherd Neame Essex League Premier Division clash at Valentines Park.

Wanstead were convincing winners over Shepherd Neame Essex League Premier Division new boys Billericay at Overton Drive.

Essex Eagles continue the Royal London One-Day Cup schedule with a visit to Bristol to face Gloucestershire on Sunday.

Bowler took five wickets in draw at Chelmsford last Saturday

Ilford Catholic managed to beat the wet weather and thrash Hockerill by 10 wickets in their Herts & Essex League clash.

Valentines Park outfit to play first home league game of season this Saturday

Middlesex one-day captain Steven Finn has been speaking after his side’s six wicket defeat by Essex at Radlett CC in the Royal London One-Day cup on Thursday.

Essex matchwinner Tom Westley has been speaking after hitting an impressive 134 off 119 balls as the Eagles beat Middlesex by six wickets at Radlett CC in the Royal London One-Day Cup.

Tom Westley struck his first century of the season to secure a winning start to Essex’s Royal London One-Day Cup campaign as they thrashed Middlesex by six wickets at Radlett.

Jack Carter Pavilion outift were beaten at Colchester & East Essex last time out

Confidence is high at the Monkhams Lane club despite last weekend’s wash-out, but they are braced for a difficult encounter on Saturday

Wagner excited for Essex return

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Neil Wagner will resume his Essex career on Thursday, as he takes the field for the first time this summer when the Eagles begin their Royal London One-Day Cup campaign.

The Monkhams Lane club saw their league opener at home to Belhus called off after only 16 overs of batting action on Saturday

Valentines Park collected 10 points for their efforts despite wet weather interrupting game

Essex captain Ryan Ten Doeschate hailed his side’s character after their 32-run win over Worcestershire at New Road.

Woodford Wells only saw 16 overs of play possible in their Shepherd Neame Essex League Division One opener with Belhus, before the match was abandoned.

An inspired opening spell from Peter Siddle and the spin of Simon Harmer enabled champions Essex to come out on top in a see-saw battle with bottom-placed Worcestershire by 32 runs at Blackfinch New Road.

Woodford Green had to settle for a draw from their rain-affected Shepherd Neame Essex League Division Three clash with Benfleet.

Hainault & Clayhall fell to a rain-affected defeat on their return to Shepherd Neame Essex League Division Two at Colchester’s Castle Park.

Aron Nijjar led with bat and ball as Wanstead had the edge in a rain-affected draw at defending Shepherd Neame Essex League Premier Division champions Chelmsford.

Billericay and Ilford had to settle for bonus points in their rain-affected Shepherd Neame Essex League Premier Division draw at Blunts Wall Road.

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