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The majority of the team managed to make the long journey across West Yorkshire to play against our old foe’s from Hatfield Town (Minus my mate black beard),although we were missing Simon who was still sunning it in Spain and Nic who was off chasing the Loch Ness Monster like the FT he is!,
‘When’s your next car boot’ asked one disgruntled badge waver who having drove past the ground, spotted a large number of motors parked in the Garmil lane ground and popped in for a look around only to be disappointed as instead we were hosting Rockingham from the South Yorkshire league in the Yorkshire Council Cricket [...]
Whitley Bridge descended upon us , no doubt looking to inflict “the double” after they comprehensively beat us at their ground. But Garmil Lane is a different proposition from the “shirt front” wickets and postage stamp field they are used too. Choosing to bat first the Whitley openers confidently strode out to face Leroy and Jim.
We welcomed our nearest challengers, Askern, to Garmil Lane for what could be described as a “20 pointer” match. It looked like indecison was the order of the day ( bat or bowl ?) so it was a good toss to lose and Steve duly obliged, leaving all the blame for what might potentially follow, on the shoulders [...]
With the captain away at a Scottish wig convention the artist formerly known as the young captain returned to lead the team. Showing great form in 2010 YC won the toss and despite the covers only just being removed from the pitch following on from a 20 minute down pour, he swiftly choose to bat [...]
As the headline states Nostell are the family friendly club (just ask the Reynolds clan!) an welcome all two legged and four legged members to Garmill Lane, unlike our close neighbour’s South Kirkby when visitors travel to their ground. They had obviously heard about Nostell’s fine reputation as hosts and bought many supporters with them [...]
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