C.E.C.C.| Shepherds Cot | Crouch End | North London | N8 8JJ
From the battlefield correspondent Tom Morris reports...
The last game of the season always comes with a waft of melancholy in the air, and the Wildcats fixture with Black Rose was no exception. Despite the early start, the clouds hung heavy over the trees, impatiently waiting to draw another…Continue
Rob Russell deserves this to be written as he scored 101 not out. A glorious knock that he described as 'much better than that one I got against those girls last year'
Sasha Mistlin was the main support demonstrating his sweep shot to any length or width.
Tea was supported by some very helpful staff. Delightful manners.
Defending 220 was going to be easy and after Joe 'I'm retiring coz nobody loves me and I'm lacking in any useful qualities'…Continue
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Debutant James Fermont started as we wished to go on with a blistering opening stand with Richard Pfieffer.
It was a partnership in the same way that conjoined twins are a partnership. One often the stronger, the other merely surviving. When James was dismissed for 34 the score was on 43 and Richard was on 0. Having crossed, runt of the litter Richard was out next ball.
All this from just 7 overs. Debutant Shyraz ran himself out and DJ was…Continue
Being a dead rubber equal opportunity was to be afforded to all, regardless of four legs being good or bad.
Patrick Bointon was handed a debut and perhaps showed better control than the senior seamers. Highlights include Omar taking the first over seam up, getting carried away and running in fast and Rob's running, sprawling one handed catch off a skier that the dreadlocked Predator called safely…Continue
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Today we are starting off the Wildcard match report with the quote of the day:…
The 3rds disposed of Alexandra Park at Mill Hill on Saturday doing what they failed to do against Richmond a fortnight ago by knocking-off a small total with relative ease.
AP were a shadow of the side which gave us such a good…Continue
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THE GREAT ESCAPE
Harrow St Marys were crowned champions last week. Having thrashed Glaxo much to our relief.
We were hoping they may relax a little. At 87-7 [OMAR LOST ANOTHER WET WICKET TOSS] next week's game was our only chance of salvation.
For months now we've been adamant that it'll come down to the final game versus our fellow struggles in a win or die game.
Thankfully, so thankfully, their skipper did relent,…Continue
When the fixture secretary claims this fantastic new fixture is just a stones throw away from you're old stomping ground and you've never heard of the place, let alone seen it on a map, somethings awry.
Gerrards Cross IS close to Radlett. In the same way that Martians may consider the Moon close to the Earth.
Nevermind as it's a lovely ground and will be played in fantastic spirit. The only spirit I anticipate during cricket is a glass of 'victory' or shot of…Continue