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Andrew Frank Smith
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Year joined club
Make of bat
Gray Nicholls
Type of player
Favourite shot
cover drive
Top score for CECC
Style of bowling
Top bowling figures at CECC
7 for 32
Preferred fielding position
silly mid-off
Most like which professional cricketer
Trevor Bailey

Andrew Frank Smith's Blog

4th XI v. Wembley 4ths at Edmonton Saturday 23rd July 2016

Posted on July 25, 2016 at 19:39 0 Comments

It’s not often the 4th XI have a well balanced side, but against Wembley 4ths on Saturday there were four seamers, six batsmen and a wicket-keeper-batsman at No 7; and this was conspicuously a game in which many contributed. 

Crouch End were asked to field in very hot conditions and Dhamendra took an early wicket; but it took 15 overs of stalemate - no wickets and very few runs – for him to get the next one, caught by Mike the ‘keeper who then repeated the trick off…


4th XI v. Perivale Phoenicians (a) Sat 16th July 2016

Posted on July 18, 2016 at 13:34 0 Comments

There was clear evidence on Saturday that the challenge is not the opposition but ourselves.  Perivale 4th are the sort of team we should be able to match. 

If any side had the players playing below their true grade it was us.  Having lost the toss Crouch End batted and Darren, testing out his injured knee, made a typically belligerent start.  It was a pleasant change to see the opposition wilt at the sight of a big-hitting, experienced batsman offering the prospect of a…


4th XI v. Chiswick (h) Sat 10th July 2016

Posted on July 13, 2016 at 11:39 0 Comments

For the second week running the 4th XI came up against a side with a lot of experience.  This was considered a strong Crouch End team and it was happy to be put in to bat.  However, George went in the first over, Tom was put out of his misery when he eventually got an edge, and progress was understandably slow in the face of some very tidy bowling.  Mike D and Naggers waited patiently for a hittable ball and slowly got the run rate from one-an-over to the dizzy heights of almost…


4th Xi v. Acton (h) Sat 2nd July 2016

Posted on July 6, 2016 at 12:19 0 Comments

Having won the toss the Crouch End top order faced one very accomplished bowler and got themselves out to the bloke at the other end.  One Robbie Singh, returning to cricket by way of the Acton  4th XI, landed the ball on a length and moved it both ways.  Naggers alone, briefly supported by Vaibhai, Ruskin and Nino, managed both to keep him out and not surrender to the pie-chucker at the other end, scoring 48 out of the Crouch End total of 114 in 43 overs.  Acton…


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