Reed Cricket Club out to replicate 2012 national cup achievements

PUBLISHED: 15:15 04 February 2015 | UPDATED: 15:15 04 February 2015

Reed celebrate after clinching the Yorkshire Tea National Village Cup following an impressive victory over Woodhouse Grange at Lord's on Sunday.

Reed celebrate after clinching the Yorkshire Tea National Village Cup following an impressive victory over Woodhouse Grange at Lord's on Sunday.

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Reed Cricket Club will be looking to recreate their 2012 heroics after the draw was made for the 2015 Davidstow Village Cup, which begins in May.

The Royston-based club beat five-time finalists Woodhouse Grange by six wickets in the final three years ago.

The national competition, which sees the eventual two finalists from inter-regional competition playing at Lord’s, has handed Reed a bye into round two of the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire sector.

The first round ties will be played on Sunday, May 3, with the second round due to be played two weeks later on May 17.

Full first round draw: Shenley Village v Steppingley; Datchworth v Weston; Botany bay v Old Owens; Reed v Bye; Long Marston v Langleybury; St Margaretsbury v Preston; Elstow v Bye; Bourne End v Bye.

Tournament schedule: Round 1 - Sunday, May 3

Round 2 - Sunday, May 17

Round 3 - Sunday, May 31

Regional Finals - Sunday, June 14

Round 5 - Sunday, June 28

Round 6 - Sunday, July 12

Quarter-finals - Sunday, July 26

Semi-finals - Sunday, August 9

Lord’s Final - Sunday, September 13.

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