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September 2014 Blog Posts (8)

Jasoo Patel Memorial Match

Hornsey V Crouch End             13th September 2014

Hornsey lost the toss and were put into bat on a County League road, slow by their standards, coming on nicely by ours.

With Kamuran breaking his thumb, JJ's suffering from the masseuse table and Darren…

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Added by Robert Jenkins on September 15, 2014 at 11:45 — No Comments

Uni Team's Dramatic Win. A Thrilling Match & An Epic Finish. (Tanvir The Finisher!)

Saturday the 13th of September Asif's Uni team played their first ever match against CECC. Asif was skipping for his team & for CECC Bernard was the man to lead. Asif  won the toss & invited to CECC to Bat first. Mamun & Pappu gave a good start to CECC. Mamun scored 58 before he got out. A great innings to watch. Pappu 20, And an extraordinary 23 from our great Dhamendra (FB). His innings was so brutal for some of our bowlers. Finally we managed…

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Added by Asif Bin Salim on September 15, 2014 at 3:24 — No Comments

Nice view of Ally Pally

Added by Simon Tanner on September 11, 2014 at 16:30 — 1 Comment

3rd XI - The Season in Numbers

1987 League Division 3

Final Position - 4th

Played - 18

Won - 8

Lost - 4

Winning Draw - 2

Losing Draw - 1

Abandoned - 3

Final Points - 92

Players used - 42

Batting - Top 5s…

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Added by Matt Chambers on September 8, 2014 at 17:30 — No Comments

5XI July 2008 v Old Merchant Taylors

Added by Simon Tanner on September 8, 2014 at 17:06 — No Comments

3rd XI vs Kenton 4s - 'Say Cheese'

The final league game of the season took us to in-form Kenton and their pleasant but small ground.  When we played them in Week 9, both of us were in the bottom two and we crucially won.  The rest, as they say, is history.  Since then both sides had enjoyed excellent second halves to the season, with Kenton mirroring (- is that a real word?) our achievements which culminated in their own victory over leaders Twickenham last week.  This was not going to be an easy game against a side…

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Added by Matt Chambers on September 8, 2014 at 16:30 — No Comments

3rd XI vs Birkbeck College 3s - 'Opponents stumped ...'

Last week's crushing loss away at Osterley had all but finished our promotion hopes, but we dusted ourselves down and set about winning the last two matches to continue our impressive second half to the season.  A sense of the 'near farce' that was to follow was provided early on by Shashi, who rang me five minutes before the scheduled meet time to inform me that he had just woken up.  Not a disaster you may think, but he does live 'near Heathrow'.  The rest of us made our way to our last…

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Added by Matt Chambers on September 1, 2014 at 23:00 — No Comments

“Silence is Power!” (Asif the Scholar)

If the 4ths newly appointed guru of cricketing philosophy was right, it was not bat on ball or ball on stump that won us the match against Hornsey, but the mind game played upon the unexpecting oppo by the use of blatantly confrontational ‘silent’ sledging.  Whatever the tactic, this saw an end to a rather disappointing run and a reminder of what can be done to defend a low score, simply by staring.

 

Having lost the toss, the 4ths were put in to bat on an overcast wicket,…

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Added by Tom Morris on September 1, 2014 at 20:42 — No Comments

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