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Cricket

Opotimistic: Teddingotn skipper James Keightley believes the Premier League title race is a close run thing

Cricket: Keightley backs Richmond and Twickenham to mount title challenges

Happy man: Ashtead skipper Tom Deighton

Cricket: Ashtead on top to the end

Magnificent seven: Wanderers' Surrey youngster Rafeh Jafri claimed seven wickets on Saturday

Cricket: Surrey prospect Jafri is seven sent for Wanderers

Infinitely better: Laura Robson

Wimbledon Tennis: Robson takes the positives from "infinitely better" performance

High hopes: Ex-Middlesex man Dan Housego

Cricket: Twickenham have it all to do to keep title hopes alive

Key contribution: Cil Van Der Merwe's 68 proves crucial in narrow win for Malden Wanderers on Saturday

Cricket: Van Der Merwe is key man in Wanderers' shambolic win

Get out: Twickenham pace man Arun Sandhu gives Richmond opener Andrew Plummer a little send-off after trapping him lbw on the Green on Saturday  Pictures: SP92004

Cricket: Hemmingway talks up Richmond's title chances

Positives: Hassan Khan in action for the England visually impaired cricket team

Cricket: Khan takes the positives from international defeats

On yer bike: The man tipped to be the next Shane Warne of Australian cricket, Adam Zampa, gives Old Whitgiftians’ Chris Thompson a little send off after trapping him lbw on his way to figures of 6-70 at the weekend

Cricket: Aussie Zampa's slider has East Molesey moving on up

In the runs: Arun Harinath in Surrey Championship Premier Division action for Sutton against Weybridge in 2012

Cricket: Run-drenched Harinath return cannot save Surrey from defeat

Out of here: Experienced Paul Lawford scored 28 batting number eight on Saturday as East Molesey’s tail wagged

Cricket: Future Australia star lies in wait for Ashes call at East Molesey

Up and at them: Malden Wanderers’ Giles Puckle (21) goes on the attack

Cricket: Butler century not enough as Wanderers are held to a draw

Back in the fold: Middlesex fast bowler Steve Finn has recaptured his best form this term

CRICKET: Finn to missT20 Blast in Richmond after England call-up

Sinking feeling: Spencer’s Luke Billingham flicks one off his legs as his side successfully chased Malden Wanderers’ below par 156 all out.

CRICKET: Mander's heroics not enough for Wanderers

Eye on the ball: Ashtead CC’s hit 72 off 81 balls against Spencer, but it was not enough to secure victory after a dramatic Surrey Championship finale

Club cricket: Delight despite defeat for Ashtead skipper

On the blink: Twickenham’s Rashid Mullahzadah, left, and overseas player Leo Carter celebrate the wicket of Hampstead’s Jamie Gibson on the Green on Saturday 	SP91679

CRICKET: Big guns misfiring at Twickenham

Drawing a blank: Spencer's Gus Grant endured a day without a wicket, but he was still on the winning side

Club cricket: Spencer hit top spot, and Baker could not be happier

On the attack: Wanderers' Alex Butler carves one square of the wicket on his way to 76 against Camberley on Saturday

CRICKET: Van der Merwe the swerve sets up Wanderers for win

Ashtead man: Dom Sibley has hit the ground running for his home club, but his home county of Surrey want his talents too

Cricket: Ashtead CC skipper is grateful for Dom’s time

Always likely: Richmond’s Ryan Higgins, centre, seemed unmoved after claiming the scalp of Teddington captain James Keightley, right

Cricket: Keightley call hands Richmond bragging rights

On the charge: Surrey's Dominic Sibley was in aggressive mood for Ashtead on Saturday

CRICKET: Wanderers suffer at the hands of Ashtead

I'm the man: Middlesex's Nick Compton in T20 action at Old Deer Park before his move to Somerset in 2009

CRICKET: Middlesex's Compton issues timely Test reminder to England

Trio of century-makers: Dan Douthwaite (left), Sonny Cott (centre) and Nathan Tilley pose in front of the scoreboard after amassing a massive 375-1 in 35 overs against Tiffin School

Cricket: Douthwaite's brutal hitting dazzles ex-Surrey coach Medlycott

On the up: Sutton’s Gary Outram takes a liking to the bowling of Weybridge skipper SJ Erwee at Hanger Hill, as the visitors chased 235 to run out five-wicket winners with 1.2 overs to spare on the Premier Division’s opening day   Picture: SP91470

Surrey Championship: Skipper Wackett hits out for Wanderers win

Misery: Weybridge Vandals cricketers feared 2014's season would be a write-off with the club underwater in February

Cricket: Vandals come back from the brink to take Surrey Championship stage

Stepping down: Joel Pope is not first team captain at Weybridge this summer and will be getting married instead

Cricket: All change for the better at Weybridge

Ready: Garth Davson, the new skipper of Sutton CC

Cricket: We can mix it with the best - Sutton CC skipper Davson

Running all the way: Danny Secchi reckons this season could be his best yet as Epsom CC skipper

CRICKET PREVIEW: After 15 years this could be the best yet, says Epsom skipper

Eye on the prize: Spencer skipper Neil Baker is focused on an immediate return to the Premier Division

CRICKET PREVIEW: Spencer skipper demands total commitment

Coming through the ranks: Will Leith has been with Wimbledon CC all his life, and is now the first team skipper – an ethos that new director of cricket Matt Spriegel is keen to develop

CRICKET PREVIEW: New Wimbledon supremo has a vision - it's time to look to youth

New boy: Dan Housego has returned to Twickenham Cricket Club

Twickenham: Housego signing gives cause for celebration

Flashback: Surrey all-rounder Zafar Ansari during his school days at Hampton School

CRICKET: Ex-Hampton School star Ansari to make England debut

Moving on: Dan Newton missed last season with a shoulder injury, but this season he is back and raring to go              SP77276

Cricket: Banstead lick their wounds to prepare for a season of consolidation

Up for the challenge: Tooting’s visually impaired cricketer Hassan Khan is ready for India

Cricket: Facing India at Lord’s is a dream come true

Hands on: Mike Gatting at Ashtead CC last year as part of the NatWest CricketForce weekend

Cricket: Gatting urges community to get involved

One to watch: Tayler Young from Epsom

Cricket: Young can beat Aussies

Changing places: Twickenham shake hands on a defeat to champions Teddington last season

Twickenham: Ts signal intentions with Carter signing

What a sight: A lone cow enjoys a cricket match on Ham Common to pass the time back in the day

CRICKET: Ham look to celebrate double century in style

So it goes... to Portsmouth

Don from across the pond: From hero to zero... and so it goes

Coming home: Nick Compton will be back at Lord’s with Middlesex next season	  Sarah Williams

Middlesex CCC: Nick Compton comes home

All action: Teddington Cricket Club's Middlesex professional Dawid Malan lets fly at Old Deer Park earlier this year

CRICKET: Middlesex confirm two T20 Blast matches at Richmond

Pleased as punch: Teddington captain James Keightley with the Middlesex County League Premier Division trophy

Teddington skipper Keightley happy with change of tact

Expecting more: Middlesex director of cricket Angus Fraser

Fraser: Richmond cricket must now produce Middlesex stars of the future

Disappointed, but defiant: Spencer skipper Neil Baker

Spencer will return with Baker once more at the helm

Hero: Kew fast bowler Kidron Thomas claimed a third five wicket haul in as many games on Saturday

Champions Kew must heed NPL Teddington's cautionary tale

Good start: Ashtead’s Paul Cohen celebrates a wicket in Tuesday’s T20 semi-final win over Peterborough Town

A day of mixed emotions for Ashtead CC skipper Deighton

Great season: Perry Colyer earned special praise from Old Ruts skipper Joe Riches               SP81987

Old Rutlishians on song for Division Two action

Home: Beddington’s Louis Cooper-Stewart makes his ground in Saturday’s defeat to Old Whitgiftians – the result did not prevent Cooper-Stewart celebrating promotion to the Premier Division as runners-up					     SP81810

Beddington's band of brothers prepare for top flight action

Happy days: Teddington players mob Josh Toyer after clinching the Middlesex County League Premier Division title last week

Teddington triumph to usher in golden era of cricket in Richmond

Brothers in arms (left to right): Godfrey Stevens and Ben Hudson of Epsom Cricket Club

Epsom have a shot at second consecutive promotion

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