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July 2015 Blog Posts (10)

League Averages after Week 12

Hi Guys. Averages are here for this week. As usual, let me know if there are any glaring errors. Thanks - Kam.

1st XI Batting & Bowling…


Added by Kamuran Akkus on July 29, 2015 at 23:00 — No Comments

3rds vs MTSCC 4ths - 10 out of 10 (or is that 11?)

After a couple of weeks that had seen us pick up just one point and the league table bunch up around us, it was important to get back on track against struggling MTSCC.  We had beaten them well in the first game while I was in Australia.  Friday's deluge, which carried on well in to the early hours of Saturday morning, was a major threat to any play.  However, we turned up at Edmonton and the pitch and field were wet but in the process of drying out nicely.  After the lengths that MTSCC's…


Added by Matt Chambers on July 28, 2015 at 12:22 — No Comments

League Averages after Week 11

Hi Guys, week 11 averages are up. Look out for E. Walker on the 4th XI bowling list as he is one of our colts and now has 2 wickets! Also, as usual please let me know if you can see any mistakes. Won't bother uploading the spreadsheet unless anyone asks for it.

1st XI Batting and Bowling…


Added by Kamuran Akkus on July 21, 2015 at 17:30 — No Comments

Sunday: CE vs Harrow St Mary

Crouch End travelled to top-of-the-league Harrow St Mary's with a strong side. Nine bowlers and eight batters - should be enough to make a good game of it!

We won the toss and batted first on a very good pitch. And essentially we finished 45 runs short - it should have been 210-220, and we managed 169. There were positives, primarily Alec's 77 - he opened the…


Added by Joe Nickel on July 20, 2015 at 15:33 — 1 Comment

3rds vs Winchmore Hill 4ths - Last week in reverse

After last week's gallant defeat to runaway leaders Hampstead, it was important to get back on track against unpredictable Winchmore Hill - a side seemingly capable of handing out a good thrashing one week and then receiving one the following week.  In the first game, they were exceptionally poor and Rob led us to a convincing win within two hours.  This time around it was to prove a stiffer test ...

As I tried to guide various team members from various parts of London towards…


Added by Matt Chambers on July 20, 2015 at 13:36 — No Comments

League Averages after Week 10

Hi Guys, can't be bothered copy pasting each of the sheets on to here so you'll just have to download it here!

As usual, let me know if we you see any errors.

Added by Kamuran Akkus on July 18, 2015 at 1:33 — No Comments

3rds vs Hampstead 4ths - Double Trouble

It was with a mix of excitement and trepidation that I approached the match against league leaders Hampstead.  Excitement because we had moved within two points of second placed Highgate and have been playing some good cricket.  Trepidation because Hampstead are proving to be the most dangerous and best side in the league, having won nearly all their games since our win against them on the first day.  It was undoubtedly going to be difficult to do the double over them.  The toss was won and…


Added by Matt Chambers on July 13, 2015 at 12:42 — No Comments

League Averages at the Halfway Point

Hi all. Another week of stats. Balls faced in the 2s for the last 2 weeks might be slightly off as I had to put in a little guess work on balls faced based on the overs when the wickets fell but it's probably still fairly close. Stats for Download available here if you don't like them being posted in the blog.

As usual, let me know if you see any mistakes so I can fix…


Added by Kamuran Akkus on July 9, 2015 at 10:30 — No Comments

3rds vs Lohana 3rds - Underground, Overground

The run up to Saturday's match involved plenty of scrabbling around to make sure we had 44 players for our four sides.  Then plenty of chopping and changing to accommodate the new recruits.  Hats off to Peter and Moh for achieving it.  The result was that by 9pm on Friday evening, the 3rd XI was actually eleven for the first time in the week.  One…


Added by Matt Chambers on July 6, 2015 at 17:30 — 3 Comments

4ths vs Brondesbury – Something old, something new…

As if the monsoon season had fallen on England’s fair shores, thunder rolled, lightening flashed and rain poured through Friday night, but by Saturday morning the sky had cleared and, with the Edmonton wicket now bathing in sunshine, it was time to don the hat and put on the lotion. Taking advantage of his meteorological knowledge of such tropical conditions, Mo chose to bat after winning the toss, calling tails on a Hungarian coin (which, unbeknownst to the oppo skip, happens to have no…


Added by Tom Morris on July 6, 2015 at 16:30 — No Comments

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