Cricket returns to Willis Lane this weekend :-

Saturday - Inter club warm up match from 2.00  followed by 'Fish & Chip' supper 6.00 ish.

                  Plaice (!) your orders with Gordon.

Sunday - Last pre season game v Chard XI from 1.00 start

 

WEPL & Somerset League games start following weekend

1st XI v North Petherton home   1.00  start

2nd Xi v Banwell & Churchill  away

Academy Xi v Huish & Langport home ( West & Middle Chinnock CC )   2.00 start

Well done to those who helped with working parties at the ground on Saturday and Sunday.

Nets up and ready to go on Tuesday / Thursday and Friday nights.

Boundary boards nice and white, scorehut looking good,driveway painted and brushed, picnic tables painted, umpires room cleared and many little jobs completed in the pavilion.

But we still have jobs to do so if you couldn't make it at the weekend we can find you something to help with.

Practice sessions start outdoors on Tuesday 7th April from 6.30

4 weeks of good work before the league season starts

With 7 weeks gone and 4 to play the current 4 aside skittle league stands 

 

S Hawes.         41

Proper Job.      35

Team Steeeve  32

Broadoak          31

1 for the Ditch   29

White Horse     28

Cox's Apples    20

Goldies Girls    15

3 and 1            13

So all to play for, please come and support the teams on each of the

coming Tuesday's from 7.30 

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