Category Archive: WAGS Blog

Jun 16

WAGs’ blog 2014 No 2

WAGS BLOG HELLO darling ones! Saturday’s game was Gentlemen v Players, and as we Wags say, OHMYGOD it was simply FABULOUS, schweetie! Being a lady (yes Jon Kitteridge, I can hear you guffawing from here) Mrs Wag decided to wear a fascinator (thank you Alexandra Bailey) and act in a manner befitting the Wag of …

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May 21

WAGs’ blog 2014 No 1

Hello Schweeties! Due to HUGE popular demand (well, Mrs Wag beating Cap’n Steve Wilson with a stale Waitrose baguette until he agreed she could do it again) the Wags blog is back! The winter months are hard for us Wags. Too cold to drink vast vats of Rose, we hibernate and live on Shiraz as …

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Jul 25

NSFW

Who needs The Ashes when there’s Grantchester’s finest to watch? Well, when we say “watch” it’s more “occasionally glancing at the pitch in between glasses of Waitrose rose and fevered debate about why men can’t change the loo roll when it’s finished but instead balance the new one on top of the empty cardboardy bit”. …

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Jun 05

Taking the Pith

WAG’S BLOG: GRANTCHESTER V CONINGTON BEST DRESSED The competition is hotting up (maybe something to do with the weather) but, yet again, the top slot goes to a man on the field rather than those in the crowd. Perhaps realising that the previous week’s match against the ferociously-red-baseball-capped team of Ickleton had seen bare-headed Grantchester …

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May 21

Fifty Shades of Frock

Ickleton visited Spring Lane on Sunday for a (I still can’t quite believe it) sunny, uninterrupted game of cricket. Unfortunately, GCC’s cricket did not quite live up to the meteorological conditions as you will read in the soon to appear match report. Here, I’d rather focus on another area of the game where I felt …

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May 17

Pitch & Bitch

Hello and welcome to the first (if Cap’n Wilson allows them) of the GCC Wags Blogs. Forget googlies and yorkers and boring things like runs and overs, the real action is all about what happens off the pitch. Although you do all look rather sweet in your white trousers, so do carry on, boys. This …

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