In 1896, under a new captain, T Deacon, Radlett had seven wins and eight losses, two of which were against Arkley.
In the first of these, Radlett were all out for 18 and in the return match at Newberries, Radlett’s bowlers were so hit off the park by Arkley’s Middlesex amateur Pawling that Forfeitt could not resist the lines:
Once again ill luck befalling
Radlett shows results ‘ap-pawling’!
Charles Part donated to the parish an area of land to be used for recreational purposes. This area is the current memorial gardens adjacent to Watling Street between the current Barclays Bank and the garage.