Little Chart made the short journey to to old friends Egerton on this glorious Saturday afternoon. While a Spitfire wheeled overhead and the sun shone out of a blue sky, Little Chart were inserted to bat. And what a perfect batting wicket it was: Little Chart posting 193 against a mai
Little Chart travelled to Stelling Minnis for the opening league match of the season. On a beautiful sunny afternoon, Minnis batted first and exhibited some lusty hitting, but a regular fall of wickets saw them bowled out for 103; Thom Williams starring with his first ever 5fer for th
We were fortunate enough to be the first team to play Smarden following the handover of their very smart new pavilion. Smarden batted first, and were contained well with Dave Edwards taking three wickets – the last two in the final two balls, so he starts his next game on a hat
On Saturday 25th March – next Saturday – we are having a session to prepare the pavilion for the season. There is some maintenance work to be done, fitting skirting boards and kick boards in the kitchen, some painting and as ever cleaning. The more people can help, the qui
The nets at John Wallis Academy will not be available on the evening of Thursday 9th March. Hopefully everyone already has this time blocked out, so it has been decided to hold the AGM then, thus hopefully maximising attendance!
We are pleased to report that indoor nets will start on Thursday January 19th and continue until April 13th – always Thursdays, start at 7.00 p.m. for 90 minutes. These are held at the John Wallis Academy
Sunday turned out to be one of the best days of the summer – in more ways than one. The weather was wonderful and a great day was had by all. The match was quite close thanks to some stalwart batting performances on both sides. Little Chart A won, so the Floreat Forstal Trophy was pre
Spirits running high after this weekend’s games. we welcomed old friends Borden CC to the Forstal on Saturday. The ground played well thanks to Tom’s efforts, and Borden posted 114 for 5 before tea intervened. This proved to be not quite enough, as Matt Hall and Dave Edwar