It’s still a bit of a Mystery but thanks to Charlie…
Moriarty (as many knew him at GCC) worked in advertising for Saatchi & Saatchi, played cricket for MCC, Finchley, Highgate Taverners, Stoics and many other sides. He was a longstanding member of the MCC and the first President of the reformed Grantchester CC.
GCC’s middle order were clearly intent on not embarrassing the England team (or India, for that matter) in terms of the number (or lack of number, to be more precise) of runs produced by the traditional engine room of any team. This collapse greeted me upon my arrival and was so rapid that I …
A new classic or to quote the stroke making SL “It’s up there with the legendary Reach match in the GGC classic fixture category” While missing the denouement, the camera was there earlier and has the following to share. ps Check out the newly added season finale on Sept 8th
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 …
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…