But Phil repels the invaders as Swan lashes out at an England cricket team again….
The London Erratcs (great name!) were founded in 1974 for ‘recreation and refreshment’ which is a good enough reason for me. They (well, 9 of them) visited Spring Lane on the 17th of August and were good enough to provide your correspondent (who was otherwise hung over engaged) with match details. GCC
The Grantchester Mysteries (now just “Grantchester”). Murder makes its way to Cambridge… Lovely Day are adapting James Runcie’s crime series The Grantchester Mysteries for the small screen. In the meantime, they visited Spring Lane for a spirited game of cricket on June 26th. No one was murdered and the proverbial good time was had by …
So far, our third season’s been a mixed one. Playing only some twelve home matches a year, it’s disappointing when your opposition cry off (twice) and the weather beats you (once). However, the games we’ve played have been as much fun as any. One cancellation had us bring forward our in-house Gentlemen v Players game. …
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 …
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 …
Grantchester Cricket Club Fixtures 2014
Grantchester Cricket Club are pleased to announce the award of a £1,000 grant from South Cambridgeshire District Council towards a reconditioned outfield cutter. The generous contribution will enable the Club to increase the number of pitches it can prepare in a season, enabling us to make even better use of the current Spring Lane facilities. …