Sam Helm leads the way as Tring Park get the better of Hemel Town

Hemel Town CC's Brett Penny his way to an unbeaten century at Tring Park

Hemel Town CC's Brett Penny his way to an unbeaten century at Tring Park

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Tring Park’s Sam Helm showed his class with an unbeaten 42 from 28 balls and 3-35 from his 10 overs as his side beat Hemel Town by 13 runs.

Helm – the brother of new Middlesex County import Tom Helm – gave Tring the necessary oomph to get up to a decent score from 45 overs.

Hemel set off in chase, with Hemish Ilangaratne scoring 56 and his opening partner Brett Penny finishing on 106 n/o from 118 balls.

However, Tring’s opening bowlers Helm and Simon Stanway – who took 1-34 from his 10 overs – kept the Hemel run chase under wraps for half of the time and Hemel ended up 13 runs short of the Tring total.

Meanwhile, Hemel Town II played a 40-over game against Tring Park II and ended up losing by 10 runs.

Tring made 215-7 from their allotted overs, while Hemel scored 204-5.

A couple of notable performances for Hemel came from Scott Radcliffe who took four wickets, and Ed Langley who scored 45 not out.