Ollie Rooney’s fine 91 was in vain as Dunmow threw away a likely victory in a hard fought contest at Ipswich in a game that ebbed and flowed.
Aythorpe Roding lost their second league game of the season when Rettendon visited Round Bush Green Ground and won by eight wickets.
Dunmow moved up to mid-table in the Two Counties League table with victory over Kelvedon and Feering.
Following the highs of their first victory of the season, Dunmow CC came back down to earth with a bump as they suffered an eight wicket defeat to Mildenhall 2nds.
After last week’s resounding defeat High Roding 1st XI travelled to their old friends and rivals Hatfield Peverel on Saturday.
Dunmow Rhodes Tigers U12s won the Blackwater and Dengie Division One League Cup with a 1-0 final victory over Great Notley Falcons at Witham Town FC.
Takeley finished 11th in the Essex Senior League Premier Division after wrapping up the season with a 4-1 victory over Clapton.
Dunmow Rhodes Lions U16s pulled off a well deserved 4-1 win over Writtle Minors in the Blackwater & Dengie Youth League Division Two on Sunday.
Takeley play their final game of the Essex Senior League Premier Division season at home to Clapton.
The cup has finally arrived.
Max Malins started for England U18s as they put in an impressive display against Scotland, running out 39-27 winners at Newcastle Falcons’ Kingston Park.
There was a dream England U18 debut for Felsted School’s Max Malins as he scored a try in the 21-5 victory over France last Sunday.
Dunmow Atlantis Swimming Club had another busy weekend competing at two league galas.
Members of Dunmow Tri completed the Monster Mojito triathlon at Peterborough last weekend,
A Helena Romanes School pupil claimed a runners-up medal at the U16 England Basketball National League Final Fours at the weekend.
High Roding had a rude awakening on Saturday when they hosted Old Chelmsfordians at The Meadow in their opening game of the season.