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Chris1963
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Does yours have Ian Botham on the cover?
Also, my copy has 'J & D Enterprises, Clapham' on the back cover in very small print, is yours the same?


Oh dear - that one is very deep in the archives. I will dig it out and reply one day, I do remember that it has a predominantly green cover and is roughly A4 size.



Sounds like the same one...well, if anyone on here has a copy of that 1981 issue with Ian Botham (not Brearley) on the front cover, I will pay good money for it - just PM me. And I will throw in the one with Brearley on the cover for good measure, which may interest anyone who attended the Oval Test!


GrundyHiller
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Lancashire LCB Cup First Round
After last Sundayís wash outs there were plenty of games to enjoy, played on a Twenty20 basis before the end of the week. Lancashire League Colne were unavailable due to league commitments on the Sunday and took an under-strength side to Northern League Darwen on Thursday.
Thursday 19th May: Darwen v Colne
Darwen made 157/4 with Neil Cordingley hitting 69no off 43 balls with 5 fours and 4 sixes. Colne made light of the target, Pakistan A selection Mansoor Amjad marking his pro debut with 51 but he was upstaged by Mitesh Desai who hit 66no.
This was a big blow to Darwen in their Centenary year. Their Birch Hall ground looks a picture but the famous Darwen Tower landmark looks odd due to losing its nose-piece in winter storms.

Friday 20th May: Atherton v Leyland
Athertonís Higham Park ground, behind Howe Bridge Sports Centre was in superb condition and there was a good crowd including a big following from Leyland. Northern League champions Leyland restricted the hosts to 94/9 and Chris Parkinson (53no) and South African pro Brett Pelser (35no) knocked off the runs after they lost two early wickets.


AndyE
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Thanks for the info about the leagues, GrundyHiller. Yes, my spies in Lancashire are people involved with the Liverpool & District!


totallyuntamed
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May 22, 2011, 11:22 AM

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Birmingham and District Premier League Division One

Attock 216-7 Coventry and North Warwickshire 218-2 at Binley Road

Made the short trip from the Ricoh to Binley Road after I had finished working there to see an inspired CNW win with over 20 overs to spare against Birmingham based Attock who replace them at the bottom of the table. An amazing transformation from 2 weeks ago when I last saw them as Matt Pickering (77) and Ricky Du Plessis (68 not out) put the visitors' attack to ther sword and I saw barely an hour of cricket as a consequence.



"There's a man with a mullet going mad with a mallet in Milletts".

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totallyuntamed
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May 23, 2011, 12:08 AM

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National Knockout Club Cup 2nd Round Oxford 144 v High Wycombe 145-2 (21 overs)

All of the English Premier League Clubs are eligible to enter this 45 over apiece competition but many opt out in a competition which attracts around 250 entrants. This was a very one-sided game between two Home Counties League teams which leaves me just the two HCL teams to do (Bishop's Stortford and High Wycombe) and I still haven't seen a HCL game! Surprising result because Oxford have started the season far better than Wycombe. The ground is on Roman Way Cowley right next to the BMW plant (indeed the factory was immediately behind the sightscreen at the far end of the ground) on the same site as a couple of Oxfordshire Senior League clubs. Wycombe looked a useful outfit and if they are at home in the next round I may well visit them.
Sadly no sign of the Bard of Oxford.



"There's a man with a mullet going mad with a mallet in Milletts".


AndyE
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The Wycombe Warriors are indeed at home in the next round - they'll play the winners of yesterday's match between Banbury and Stanmore (result not yet in) on 19 June. Rather a nice ground too (as indeed is Bishop's Stortford, although it's on a mountain side).

Reading are not a Premier League club at present - currently in Division Two West of the Home Counties League - but they too have reached the third round and will be at home to Ealing. Ealing win the Middlesex League for fun (currently on six championships in a row), but they've never won the National; this rankles with them!


GrundyHiller
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Brilliant article on Liverpool Comp here (look at story under News items:'Empire Building'):
http://www.ldcc.org.uk/


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AndyE
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Interesting stuff, thanks for that. Although one does have to question why the L&D's two most remote clubs, Colwyn Bay and Lytham, aren't mentioned there - they don't seem to have struggled too badly. Now OK, Colwyn Bay have the advantage of being the leading club for quite a large area - but Lytham are really in Northern League territory, and manage to field three teams for competition in the Liverpool area.

In the south as it happens, most people seem tolerably happy with the development of pyramids - indeed, you'll hear some players at the top level saying they want a bigger pyramid. A London Premier League will probably happen eventually and has Angus Fraser as an influential supporter.

Only five of the ten clubs in this year's Kent Premier were traditional top league clubs; the other five who have risen through the ranks certainly don't feel that they have over-reached themselves. Among the "traditional" five are Blackheath, who put out nine teams each Saturday (despite having exclusive use of only one ground; arranging nine teams and hiring pitches for them all is a full time job) and claim to be England's largest cricket club.


John Mills
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The First Class counties begin the Twenty20 Cup towards the end of next week, and while most are tied up with another round of Championship matches starting on Sunday, a couple have taken the opportunity to visit a nearby Minor County for a 20-over warm up over the weekend. these fixtures are Dorset v Gloucestershire on Friday at Sherborne School, and Dorset v Hampshire on Monday at the former first-class venue of Dean Park, Bournemouth. Somerset, Middlesex and Warwickshire are also free from the weekend, but I've not been able to trace any reference to them playing a similar match, although the first two mentioned did so last year, v Dorset and Berks respectively I think. If anyone knows different please post here.

http://dorsetccc.play-cricket.com/home/home.asp


totallyuntamed
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Sileby Town v Loughborough Town in Leicestershire Premier League Sileby 218 (50 overs exactly) Loughborough 222-5 38.5 overs.

My first visit of the season to the LPL which is always worth visiting. Sileby's ground is a most attractive one on the edge of the town on the right as you come in from Loughborough. Loughborough are always one of the strongest sides in this league and were easy winners after they restricted Sileby to a total which always looked well below par on a very good track. They went off like a house on fire and were 81-0 after 8 overs and although they lost a few wickets as the innings progressed were never in any danger. I even managed a half in the GBG entry in nearby Mountsorrel during the tea interval. Just the two promoted clubs to do in this league now.



"There's a man with a mullet going mad with a mallet in Milletts".


totallyuntamed
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May 30, 2011, 12:56 AM

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Minor Counties Knock Out Cup Hertfordshire v Oxfordshire played at North Mymms ( a village so small I couldn't even find it in my very large road atlas!) Scorecard £1.
Oxfordshire 163 Hertfordshire 149

Enthralling game which proved that you don't need to see a huge number of runs to have a good day's cricket. Oxon recovered from 16-4 and 99-8 to post a total that was far higher than it should have been thanks to some sloppy Herts bowling in the latter stages and a failure to introduce a spinner till the 43rd over. It still didn't look a competitive total on a blameless wicket but imaginative captaincy and better bowling including 2 spinners enabled the visitors to keep their hopes of progress alive in an idyllic setting which could only be reached by going through a farmyard! Well worth a visit if North Mymms progress in the National Village Knockout.



"There's a man with a mullet going mad with a mallet in Milletts".


Barnsley Dave
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May 31, 2011, 6:25 AM

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Saturday June 4th
England v Sri Lanka at Lords
In the Mound Stand and restricted view as I can't afford the full price tickets Wink


Ropemaker
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Jun 6, 2011, 1:27 PM

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Saturday June 4th
England v Sri Lanka at Lords
In the Mound Stand and restricted view as I can't afford the full price tickets Wink


Sunday June 5th - Compton Upper (£60)

Too much rain, not enough cricket.
Only 5 balls bowled after tea.



Just because you're paranoid, it doesn't mean they're not out to get you.

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AndyE
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North Mymms ( a village so small I couldn't even find it in my very large road atlas!)


A bit of an odd case, that one. There never was a village called North Mymms, which is the name of the parish but not of any of the four settlements within the parish. Yet there is a village of South Mimms (note different spelling).

The nearest village to the cricket ground is Welham Green, and the ground is about a mile and a half from Welham Green station.

As for the village knockout, North Mymms have reached the Beds and Herts final. They will play at Reed (near Royston) on Sun 12 June.


ozzys mate
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sunday 5th june,t20 at taunton.
somerset 235-5
middlesex 195-9

ticket £20
programme £1
pint of fosters £3


totallyuntamed
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Jun 6, 2011, 11:59 PM

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Saturday June 4th Leicestershire Premier League Thorpe Arnold 197-3 (44.5 0vers )v Kegworth 193 (49.1 Overs) Thorpe Arnold won by 7 wickets

New entrants to the LPL Thorpe Arnold's ground is literally a few hundred yards out of Melton Mowbray on the left on the Grantham road. It is a small ground and this coupled with the fact that the ball did not appear to be doing a great deal which led me to believe that Kegworth's total of 193 was about 50 runs short of a winning total and this proved to be the case with Thorpe Arnold never looking in any danger of not reaching their target. On this showing I would expect them to consolidate their new status. That just leaves Barkby United for me to do to complete this league.



"There's a man with a mullet going mad with a mallet in Milletts".


Barnsley Dave
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Saturday June 4th
England v Sri Lanka at Lords
In the Mound Stand and restricted view as I can't afford the full price tickets Wink


Sunday June 5th - Compton Upper (£60)

Too much rain, not enough cricket.
Only 5 balls bowled after tea.

Went on Saturday.
£25 ticket, a decent view just a corner of the boundary at the Pavilion End was obscured
£5 programme
Food - not at those prices £4.95 for a pie was too much even for me. Took my own sarnies with me
A good days cricket with Prior and Broad doing well only for the bowlers to get nothing from the wicket


totallyuntamed
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Sunday June 5th National Village Knockout Group Semi Final Wormelow 158-8 (40 overs) Bretforton 162-3 (34.5 overs)

Made the trip into deepest Herefordshire not far from the Welsh border(about halfway between Hereford and Monmouth) for this delayed match in a competition where I always try to see one game a season. Rain delayed the start by 70 minutes but no reduction in overs was made. The opening bowlers for Bretforton started badly but there was improvement as the innings wore on but even on a very slow pitch 158-8 never seemed to be enough and so it proved as Bretforton cruised to victory and a group final at Colwall this Sunday. The ground was in a staggeringly beautiful part of the country and was the first saucer shaped cricket ground I have come across! Standard was better than might have been expected with the main weakness being the pace and accuracy of the bowlers. Nevertheless despite the cold weather a most enjoyable day out.



"There's a man with a mullet going mad with a mallet in Milletts".


totallyuntamed
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Monday June 6th Day 4 England v Sri Lanka at Lord's Ticket £40 (Grandstand) Programme £5.

Up at the crack of dawn for my annual visit to the home of cricket and the first time I have ever seen day 4 of a test match there. London Midland did me proud with their trains being bang on time in each direction and I was home by just after 10pm (unfortunately I did have to miss the last 25 minutes as I was on a pre booked train). A 40 minute walk mainly across Regent's Park and I was at the ground by 10am where I had a long wait for some cricket, and then an inexcusable further 4 over delay when the umpires ridiculously took the players off for bad light when the floodlights were on. I too took my lunch with me and avoided paying for the ludicrously expensive food here. An enjoyable enough day out but it is getting very expensive and more should be done to get play on than it is at present.



"There's a man with a mullet going mad with a mallet in Milletts".


totallyuntamed
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Saturday June 11th Birmingham and District Premier League Division 3

Handsworth v Lichfield

Lichfield 217-9 Handsworth 184-9

Handsworth are one of four new clubs in Division 3 this season, being promoted from the Warwickshire League at the end of last season. Their ground is at the far end of Handsworth coming from Coventry and is actually part of Handsworth Park - the ground is railed off from the surrounding parkland, no doubt to stop the local crackheads from vandalising everything. Having said that it is a really attractive setting with lots of mature trees of various types surrounding the ground which is in a natural bowl which means that you are well above proceedings when you watch. Handsworth were a much older team whose fielding was far weaker than the visitors and their opening bowlers looked woefully inadequate although their first change bowlers did much better, whereas it was the reverse with Lichfield , who featured a pair of young opening bowlers who bowled with both hostility and accuracy and occasionally found a spot which when the ball hit ,climbed viciously. Surprisingly Lichfield did not introduce a spinner till the 42nd over and he gave the ball very little air and did not look a threat. They also dropped the dolliest catch I have ever seen missed and that was to cost them in the end as the Handsworth Number 11 batsman just managed to hold out for the last over. One other interesting feature was that Handsworth featured 11 players of Afro-Caribbean heritage whilst Lichfield fielded 11 Caucasians.



"There's a man with a mullet going mad with a mallet in Milletts".


jrev61
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Saturday June 11th Birmingham and District Premier League Division 3

Handsworth v Lichfield

Lichfield 217-9 Handsworth 184-9

Handsworth are one of four new clubs in Division 3 this season, being promoted from the Warwickshire League at the end of last season. Their ground is at the far end of Handsworth coming from Coventry and is actually part of Handsworth Park - the ground is railed off from the surrounding parkland, no doubt to stop the local crackheads from vandalising everything. Having said that it is a really attractive setting with lots of mature trees of various types surrounding the ground which is in a natural bowl which means that you are well above proceedings when you watch. Handsworth were a much older team whose fielding was far weaker than the visitors and their opening bowlers looked woefully inadequate although their first change bowlers did much better, whereas it was the reverse with Lichfield , who featured a pair of young opening bowlers who bowled with both hostility and accuracy and occasionally found a spot which when the ball hit ,climbed viciously. Surprisingly Lichfield did not introduce a spinner till the 42nd over and he gave the ball very little air and did not look a threat. They also dropped the dolliest catch I have ever seen missed and that was to cost them in the end as the Handsworth Number 11 batsman just managed to hold out for the last over. One other interesting feature was that Handsworth featured 11 players of Afro-Caribbean heritage whilst Lichfield fielded 11 Caucasians.

Were they from Georgia,Armenia or Azerbaijan?Smile



jrev61


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Saturday June 4th
England v Sri Lanka at Lords
In the Mound Stand and restricted view as I can't afford the full price tickets Wink


Sunday June 5th - Compton Upper (£60)

Too much rain, not enough cricket.
Only 5 balls bowled after tea.


Friday June 10
T20: Oval
Surrey (dnb) v Glamorgan (167/7)
Ticket: £15
Programme: £3
Tea: £1.80

Half time rain curtailed what was shaping up to be an interesting contest.
Rain. Story of my cricket watching at the moment!
I did get a full day's umpiring in on the Saturday though.



Just because you're paranoid, it doesn't mean they're not out to get you.


ozzys mate
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friday 17th june,t20
somerset v surrey


totallyuntamed
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Minor Counties Western Division at Henley on Thames Cornwall 189 and 193 Berkshire 405 Berkshire won by an innings and 23 runs.

Henley on Thames is in Oxfordshire but Berkshire play at this attractive almost oblong ground which is just before the bridge over the Thames which marks the boundary between the two counties. Consequently although down as Henley the ground is actually in Remenham which is in Berkshire by 100 yards. Berkshire were still batting at the start of the day as they attempted to add some quick runs in an attempt to ensure an innings victory. As a result I saw something I have never seen before at a cricket match - the first ball of the day being hit for a six. They soon declared and quickly brought on ex England bowler Shaun Udal but with the pitch essentially only 2 days old he did not get a lot of spin. However, the Cornwall team batted as if they could not wait to get back over the Tamar Bridge and subsided very quickly. With a couple of suicidal run outs and one of their players unable to bat it was all over by 2.40 pm and this on the best day of the year for my cricket viewing!



"There's a man with a mullet going mad with a mallet in Milletts".


totallyuntamed
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Days 2 and 3 of England v Sri Lanka at the Rose Bowl. Tickets £60 each day (although I will get a 50% refund for Friday's severely truncated play).

We were frustrated by the weather on both days, particularly on the Saturday when the covers had to be put on 6 times and the umpires did not distinguish themselves by having the tea interval in the only 20 minute slot in 3 hours when play would have been possible. However, Hampshire CCC deserve great credit for the way they organised the event. I went by train to Southampton Parkway on the Friday and thence by bus to the ground (a 15 minute journey) whereas on Saturday as I was going home straight afterwards I drove from Southampton where I was staying and used the other park and ride facility on the other side of the ground but also 15 minutes journey by bus. Everything went like clockwork and there were no delays at all - quite remarkable when you remember the reputation the Rose Bowl has for ultra slow getaways. Stewards, bus drivers and car park wardens were all very helpful and friendly and I can't fault Hampshire CCC for their organisation. The ground itself is in a beautiful setting with a stand similar in design to the Mound Stand at Lord's and there were a multiplicity of food outlets of various cuisines.
On the field Kevin Pietersen and Ian Bell were in particularly good form with the bat but in the end the amount of time lost to rain proved fatal to England's chances of victory.



"There's a man with a mullet going mad with a mallet in Milletts".

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