Category Archive: Matches

Nov 16

Secretary’s Report 2015 presented to the AGM on Sunday 15th November 2015

Ladies and Gentlemen,
It gives me great pleasure to present the fifth Secretary’s Report of the reformed Grantchester Cricket Club.

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Nov 13

GCC 2015 Averages*

What we’ve all been waiting for: The mostly complete GCC 2015 Averages… Please check out www.grantchester10k.org for the full 2015 Grantchester Charity Runs photo gallery!

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Sep 21

Square Repair

Some ‘action’ shots as the Spring lane Square received it’s end-of-season make-over (scarifying, seeding, fertilizing, loaming and luting) last week….

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Sep 15

All Good Things…

GCC hosted the London Erratics for the final game of the 2015 season on what turned out to be a glorious afternoon at Spring Lane. A bit of horse (no-kidding) trading meant that both sides started with 10. After being dropped four times (admittedly of one ball), narrowly avoided….

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Sep 07

GCC Not Caught Napping

I was a bit delayed by another ‘project’ in getting to Spring Lane on Sunday and these photos are not the sharpest . Our gracious visitors were from Napton in Warks arrived in a splendid bus. The game matched the weather and we look forward to welcoming them in the future….

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Aug 17

GCC vs Lidgate & Ousden

Having made a more or less recovery from my last outing under GCC colours, and fortified with a bit of extra protection around the leg area, I took the field led by GCC’s skipper for the day, George….

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Aug 11

Double Trouble

What do you do when the Oppo just doesn’t show up? Double wicket tournament of course…….

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Aug 05

GCC on the March….

How did we get on on Sunday? Another good question but fortunately someone has already asked it……

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Jul 26

Match vs Reach Rearranged for Sunday, August 23rd at 1:30pm

Good news! GCC vs Reach now on Sunday August 23rd at 1:30pm at Spring Lane

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Jul 23

Please Mister, Can We Have Our Ball Back?

This morning, Paula, Lord Archer’s housekeeper called to return a ball from The Old Vicarage’s garden. It had landed feet from a statue they have of a wicketkeeper and only a few more feet from the greenhouses…….

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Jul 22

It Costs You Nothing To Be Polite (a Tour p.s.)

True, many think me ‘old school’ but home from Derbyshire I wrote to The Duke of Devonshire to thank him for the Chatsworth game. The Duke is from an even ‘older school’ and, of course, has replied.

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Jul 21

Spring Lane from a Different Viewpoint

A view (with a difference) of some action from GCC’s Gents vs Players match from June, 2015

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