Monthly Archives: July 2014

East Anglia: We went – we didn’t win – but we’ll be back

Two games completed in Norfolk and Cambridge over the weekend check out the match reports from Holkham and Jesus College right here.  Now we’re off to Wiltshire to take on Sherston Magna … team: Richard Higginbottom   [captain] Paul Jordan … Continue reading

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Team: Holkham Hall Saturday 26 July

Still ONE MORE PLAYER required.  1.30pm start, 40 overs.  Here’s the X: Richard Higginbottom   [captain] David Hollingsworth Roger McCann Peter Shufflebotham Conor Aspel Jason Amesbury Chris Spicer Chris Packham Tim Clamp Paul Brasted Richard Higginbottom, 23rd July 2014

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Licked by LICS who then got pipped

A great weekend versus the men from Leeds … a full account of both games can be found in this report.  Now we’re off to East Anglia … more details / want to play?  Email the skipper by clicking on … Continue reading

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The LICS weekend

We managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory against Bendev.  You can read the full story here.  But now onto our annual double header against those Viking invaders LICS.  So far we’ve got a few names into the … Continue reading

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A heavy defeat … but play on!

Antares put us to the sword on Sunday – full account included in this match report.  But you’re a Gardener, so head up, shoulders high, there’s another match around the corner.  Next Sunday (13th July) we’re up at Golders Green … Continue reading

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Team vs Antares on Sunday 6th July

We’re up at Golders Green, 2pm start for this match. Richard Higginbottom   [captain] Roger McCann Paul Jordan Stuart Bruce David Hollingsworth Conor Aspel Chris Spicer Lord Fakenham Will Towers Paul Brasted Jeremy Gostick Richard Higginbottom, 2nd July 2014

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Fear and Loathing in Ardington

Despite the title of this post, we had a fine time in Ardington, but more clues as to the reason for this title can be discovered in the match report. On to the next match – Tuesday 1st July at … Continue reading

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