Details now finalised! The Quiz will be at Hothfield Village Hall on 26th January, arrive 7.30 p.m. for an 8.00 p.m. start. Tables of 6 (not too strictly enforced) at £10 a head. There will be a Chilli supper (vegetarians catered for) and a raffle. Quiz Masters are the Listers et al!
Check out the calendar for coming events – nets start on Thursday January 18th and our annual Quiz is on Friday 26th January – 19:30 arrival for 20:00 start. Questions by the notorious Lister inquisitors, food is Chilli. BE THERE!
We are in the process of finalising the date and arrangements for the quiz, provisionally to be held at Hothfield Village Hall on Friday 26th January. Keep watching for details. Nets have been arranged for January – again, keep watching for dates and times!
Now the ground has been put to bed it is time to make a start on the pavilion. A few, a precious few, turned up on Saturday to start the work, and agreed to meet again next Saturday to continue. The first task planned is to repair, prepare and paint the balustrade, and seal the rear c
At the autumn meeting of the Kent League Umpires Panel club President Terry Lister was presented with a long service award by the ECB. Terry umpired his first game in 1967 and has been on the Kent League Panel for 15 years.
On September 10th the club took on a team representing the President and Vice Presidents. Vice President Trevor Richards was the non-playing captain and selected a team almost exclusively of Westwell residents. Because of the threat of rain tea was postponed until the end of the match
Saturday started cloudy and damp, just for once the forecast being spot on. However, the weather rapidly improved, and the team duly arrived for a 1 o’clock start. Batting first, Little Chart seemed to make steady progress, with opener “H” eventually falling only fou
Received by email today: Dear Mr. Taylor I am currently working on Volume IV of From Commons To Lord’s. A Chronology of Cricket 1700-1799. I thought you might be interested to see a reference (below) to cricket at Little Chart in 1790, which comes from the Kentish Gazette of May