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London Youth Games: Indoor cricket draw revealed

14:30 17 January 2014

The draw for the 2014 London Youth Games indoor cricket competition has been made

The draw for the 2014 London Youth Games indoor cricket competition has been made

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Borough squads chase Lord’s places

The draws for this year’s London Youth Games indoor cricket qualifiers have been revealed.

Third seeds Redbridge go up against Brent, Kingston and Westminster in the boys competition on the morning of Saturday February 1, while Havering take on top seeds Harrow, Lambert and Merton in the afternoon.

Tower Hamlets are in action on the second morning of competition on Sunday February 2, taking on Lewisham, Waltham Forest and Bexley and Newham are grouped with Haringey, Hackney and Ealing after lunch.

The girls qualifying competition takes place a week later, with Newham and Redbridge going up against each other on Saturday February 8.

They also have to play Bromley and Merton in their group.

Havering meet Wandsworth and Ealing in a three-team group, while Tower Hamlets take on Greenwich and City of London on February 9.

The qualifying competitions are held at Harrow Leisure Centre, with the finals at Lord’s on March 2.

Fixtures - boys qualifiers, Saturday February 1

Group C

8.30am Redbridge (no.3 seed) v Brent

10.30am Redbridge v Kingston

12.30pm Redbridge v Westminster

Group A

2.30pm Harrow (1) v Havering

4.30pm Lambeth v Havering

6.30pm Merton v Havering

Sunday February 2

Group D

9.30am Tower Hamlets v Lewisham

11.30am Tower Hamlets v Waltham Forest

1.30pm Tower Hamlets v Bexley

Group E

2.30pm Haringey (5) v Newham

4.30pm Hackney v Newham

6pm Ealing v Newham

Girls qualifiers

Saturday February 8

Group 6

9.30am Newham v Redbridge

11.30am Bromley (5) v Newham, Redbridge v Merton

1.30pm Bromley v Redbridge, Newham v Merton

Group 7

3.30pm Wandsworth v Havering

6.30pm Enfield v Havering

Sunday February 9

Group 8

5pm Tower Hamlets v Greenwich

6.30pm Tower Hamlets v City of London

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