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Grant Noyce's Maiden Ton Thwarts Childswickham Yet Again

Gotherington 212-4 (40) beat Childswickham 211-4 (34.3) by six wickets

Grant Noyce hit his maiden hundred as Gotherington beat Childswickham yet again in a high scoring encounter. 582 more words


Saif Ali Khan mixing business with pleasure in London

The India- England second Test at Lord’s is turning out to be a humdinger. But it’s not just for that that the diarist spotted a very dapper Saif Ali Khan watching the match in the company of his London-based friend from school, Saleem Siddiqui. 46 more words

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Cricket: Review of Lords test

India beats England by 95 runs. It was a thrilling of match, with a perfect cricket script, visitors lose the toss in adverse conditions, slowly, battle it out, loose the middle order and look to be buried with heart beat ever so feeble, resurrect with two young promising rookies, set a decent first innings total. 1,429 more words


Trip down memory lane - Preston 1st XI 1988

I’ve been going through the many packets of photos I took as a teenager. There’s a lot of planes landing at Luton, which is very boring if you don’t like planes but most are of airlines, airliners and colour schemes that no longer exist. 259 more words


WAR Against Gayle - Women's Group Critical Of Jamaican's 'Sexist' Comment To Female Reporter

ST JOHN’S, Antigua (CMC):

A women’s rights group here has condemned as “sexist” remarks made by Jamaica Tallawahs captain Chris Gayle to a female journalist, at a media conference here on Wednesday. 309 more words

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The Latest Episode of English Cricket's Alarming Decline

Shambolic, pathetic, ridiculous…

These were just a few of the adjectives used by commentators, pundits and fans following England’s disastrous collapse in the second innings of the second Test Match against India at Lord’s, resulting in a comfortable 95-run win for the tourists. 768 more words


Outstanding Service to Cricket Awards 2014

Kingsbury High School was recognised by the Middlesex Cricket Board at the annual Outstanding Service to Cricket Awards this year. Mr Knox and, former Physical Education teacher, Mr Birnie represented the school to collect the award ‘Chance to Shine Secondary School Hub of the Year’.

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