Monthly Archives: August 2014

A win at the Extension

Some old-fashioned batting (this is a compliment) by 2-Bats and Doosra was reinforced by a sublime bowling performance by the Whitley Bay Champion in today’s match on the Extension against Woodstock.  Lots of other good performances too, read all about … Continue reading

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Team vs Woodstock, 1.30pm at Golders Green, Sun 31 August

Richard Higginbottom   [captain, keeper] Lord Fakenham Matt Incledon Stuart Bruce David Hollingsworth Conor Aspel Adam Wood Nick Duckett David Stead Jeremy Gostick Tim Clamp Richard Higginbottom, 27th August 2014

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Team vs St Albans, 1.30pm on Monday 25th August

Match rained off. 1   Richard Higginbottom   [captain, keeper] 2   Lord Fakenham 3   Adam Wood 4   Stuart Bruce 5   David Hollingsworth 6   Conor Aspel 7   Jim Monahan 8   Jeremy Gostick 9   … Continue reading

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The Ashes regained

At last we get our hands on the Bonnington Urn as a stirring performance by many players resulted in a good win at Parliament Hill last Sunday.  Here’s the match report. Richard Higginbottom, Captain, 18th August 2014

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August Goes On

We had our first Sunday wash-out on the 10th, but squeezed in a T20 on Friday 8th.  Here’s the match report. Net Practice!  7pm to 9pm at Paddington Rec on THURSDAY 14th.  Let me know if you’d like to come. … Continue reading

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Friday and Sunday

Matches on Friday and Sunday this week … the team for the T20 at Parliament Hill for a new fixture vs The Gospel Blokes: Richard Higginbottom   [captain, keeper] Conor Aspel Stuart Bruce Sachith Dassanayake Keshan Dickwella Lord Fakenham Manu … Continue reading

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Wilted in Wiltshire

We bowled so well!  Then we batted so badly … was a great location against a good team out at Sherston, Wiltshire.  Here’s the match report. Next up a T20 on Friday 8th August vs The Gospel Blokes and then … Continue reading

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