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Kent claim Natwest T20 Blast bragging rights

In-form spinner excited by pink ball challenge

Defending champions at Chelmsford for day-night clash

Defending champions visit Division One leaders

Mohammad Amir set for Essex debut

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Pakistan ace to go into squad for Middlesex meeting

England’s men will face Canada for a place in the 2018 World Cup at the Olympic Park’s Lee Valley Hockey & Tennis Centre on Thursday evening (8pm).

England 3 Argentina 3

England 7 Malaysia 3

England 2 China 0

Global hockey event to get underway at Olympic Park

England international buoyed by Rotterdam experience

New international competition to launch in 2019

New Zealander enjoying busy times at Chelmsford

Hosts to be led by three-man team on pitch this summer

The borough’s first Muslim mayor will focus on “making people happy” in his year in office.

Great Britain 4 Australia 3

2018 World Cup qualification on the line this summer

More than 1,000 Ahmadi Muslims met on Westminster Bridge a week after the terrorist attack to remember its victims.

Hundreds of volunteers, politicians and Muslims joined for the launch of a sponsored walk that will raise money for 60 UK’s charity.

Ahmadiyya Muslim Association volunteer Siemah Ahmad, 38, tells Sebastian Murphy-Bates how she and fellow believers spread peace through charity

Hockey World League details revealed

Saturday, December 3, 2016

Lee Valley Hockey & Tennis Centre to host event in June 2017

A persecuted minority raised more than £3,000 for the Royal British Legion with poppy collections.

Canary Wharf Classic ‘sold out’

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Essex squash star Selby among field for big London event

Essex sign Amir

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Left-arm seamer to strengthen Essex’s bowling attack

A summer reception celebrated people who have shaped the borough through community service.

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