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Are you living in or moving to Cambridge and interested in playing friendly cricket? Are you fed-up with League Cricket or just want to play the game because you enjoy it? Sure our games are competitive but they are played in what we like to think is the real ‘Spirit of Cricket’.
From recent visitors: “Thank you for a wonderful day yesterday. Your ground is a gem and beautifully tended too. It was a privilege to play on it….
The aptly named Weekenders visited a glorious Spring Lane Field last Sunday (and I assume) promptly lost the toss. I arrived to find a GCC scoreboard reading 200 odd for 2. The scorebook was present and I thoughtfully took a picture to give a more informative tone to this report.
GCC has had success against all our opponents over the years…. except one. The Menzies XI who have regularly recruited a side where the victory has varied between comprehensive and comfortable over Grantchester’s finest. Would this year be the time for the Menzies monkey to be prised from its perch upon the collective GCC back?
TK reports…. Had I have paid more attention to BBC Radio 4’s Great Lives all those years ago I’d have passed my History ‘O’ Level – though maybe only at the second attempt. I’ve listened for years. Its mix of enthusiast and expert as they deliver, by now, hundreds of half hour, biographies would have …
Spring Lane is waking up after its winter slumber! First rolling of the square completed – 3 to go. Outfield looking good but a few millimetres to go before we are at playing length.
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This article was kindly sent to us by Wendy Roberts of the Trumpington Local History Group. It covers the history of Trumpington’ Cricket Club from 1874 to 1983 and on several occasions as you will see Trumpington and Grantchester amalgamated so it is part of our history too!
No nets on Sunday but instead you can catch our good friend and supporter Justin Fairhall helping out with the Paper Review at 9:30am on The Sunday Breakfast Show with Daniel Baker on Cambridge 105 this Sunday (April 1st).
It gives me great pleasure to present the seventh Secretary’s Report of the reformed Grantchester Cricket Club.
Can the Allotmenteers manage to regain their mojo and get back to their winning ways??? Will the (formerly) reigning Wrays reform?? Are Team K done? And who did win last year… plus a whole lot more News as the GCC close season rolls on….
Club President, Steve Wilson, had a look round Addenbrooke’s new Haematology* Unit recently and handed over a cheque for £1000, the sum raised by the 2017 Grantchester 10k for our designated charity, the Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT). Here are a few photos from the tour including the plaque acknowledging…