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Lakeside Hammers overcame two defeats on the road to beat King’s Lynn Stars at home on Saturday. Hammers went down 50-42 at Peterborough Panthers on Thursday night, before a 58-34 defeat at Coventry on Friday.
BASILDON United manager John Doyle has decided to resign with immediate effect from his role. After a difficult start to last season, the Bees showed much improved form during the latter half of the campaign and finished 12th in the Essex Senior League. Anyone interested in applying for the vacant first team manager’s job can send their CV/formal application to Richard Mann at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Benfleet and Billericay are the only teams in the division still to taste league defeat this summer — and they lock horns next week. Both sides warmed up for the clash with victories, Benfleet ending Basildon & Pitsea’s unbeaten start to the season, while Billericay defeated Old Parkonians by two wickets.
Hadleigh & Thundersley bounced back from their defeat to Upminster by putting hosts Harold Wood to the sword with a seven-wicket win. A 43 from Kevin Gibson, batting at number seven, offered the hosts brief hope but once he perished, Harold Wood were quickly reduced to 162 all out.
Orsett’s hopes of getting their season back on track were foiled by hosts Upminster on Saturday. Orsett put their hosts into bat and saw them reach a daunting 375-8 from their 50-over allocation. The visitors were bowled out for 170 off 31.5 overs to give Upminster a 205-run win which lifted them to third place in the table, while Orsett are seventh.
Pete and the Pirates – One Thousand Pictures – Winter
Thurston Moore – Demolished Thoughts – Track Circulation
Let’s Wrestle – Nursing Home – In Dreams (Part 2)
Planningtorock – W – Living it out
1 non-mover – Adele,21
2 new – Kate Bush, Director’s Cut
3 non-mover – Adele, 19
4 down 2 – Hugh Laurie, Let Them Talk
5 down 1 – Bruno Mars, Doo Wops & Hooligans
6 new – Friendly Fires, Pala
7 up 2 – Chase & Status, No More Idols
8 down 2 – Jessie J, Who You Are
9 up 3 – Foo Fighters, Wasting Light
10 new 130 – Caro Emerald, Deleted Scenes From The Cutting Room
New Entries from last week
20 new – Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi, Rome
35 new – Moby, Destroyed
39 new – Mona, Mona