NATWEST CRICKET FORCE 2015
WORKING PARTY WEEKEND
THE PARK, EXNING
SATURDAY 28th AND SUNDAY 29th MARCH 2015
10 am to 4 pm
This year, in addition to the usual jobs of preparing the ground and pavilion for the new season, we will be painting the inside of the pavilion and hopefully painting the other side of the sightscreens also.
All paint and materials will be provided.
Food and refreshments will be provided during the day.
An added incentive to participate is the provision of a free NatWest Cricket Force t-shirt, but only to the first 20 participants!!
We hope as many members and volunteers as possible can attend (even if only for an hour or two).
Could those wishing to assist over the weekend please contact me on 07764195423 or firstname.lastname@example.org to advise what time they will be attending.
Please feel free to bring any friends or family along as the more volunteers we can get the more work we can get done.
If you would also like to suggest any other items or work that needs doing, please do so.
1st prize – No 127 – Philip King 2nd prize – No 54 – John Ansell 3rd prize – No 84 – Karen Catley
Senior Indoor Practice Nets start at 7:30pm (for 1.5hours) on Sunday 8th March 2015 at Newmarket Leisure Centre.
All players – past, present and NEW are welcome.
Outdoor nets will start at Exning park on Tuesday 14th April from 7PM.
1st prize -£20 – No 83 – Tim Catley 2nd prize – £10 – No 64 – John King 3rd prize – £5 – No 26 – Russell Catley
The ECC are holding junior practice sessions at the Newmarket leisure centre from February to April 2015. All Welcome!
100+ Club Draw Results: December 2014
1st prize – £150 – No 57 – Vince Colby 2nd prize – £75 – No 33 – Kent Tomsett 3rd prize – £40 – No 60 – Barbara Wilson
The Annual Grand Christmas Draw took place yesterday evening, Wednesday 17/12, at The Rosery Hotel, Exning.
Over 60 prizes ….Continue reading Christmas Draw and 100+ Club Draw Results: December 2014
1st prize – £20 – No 2 – Pauline & Tony Catley 2nd prize – £10 – No 27 – Andrea Ansell 3rd prize – £5 – No 35 – Ian Turner