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The Grannies Cricket Club

Welcome to the website of the Grannies Cricket club.. The Grannies are a wandering side, playing cricket all over the South of England. Now in their 60th season the Grannies has some 350 members, of whom 150 are actively playing.

Grannies Sunk at Falconhurst.

7th August 2017

Batting first the Grannies fought (in conditions akin to The Tempest) to 114-8 (35 overs). Falconhurst chased it down in the evening sun for the loss of 2 wickets.  

 

 


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1st August 2017: No play possible due to rain.

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25th July 2017: Read the full match report by the victorious captain Jonny 'Brealey' Morris.

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17th July 2017:

It is with great regret that we have to announce the death of Sonia Pougatch who passed away peacefully on Friday evening after a magnificent innings that cannot be measured in runs and wickets. Sonia gave a lifetime of support to the Grannies from marrying Pou, developing Mark's early skills in the garden, checking Charlie's cover drive was acceptable and supporting all three grandsons, Max, Sam and Felix, as they have come through as the third generation. A wonderful lady who will be missed by all.

Our best wishes go to Jack, Katrina, Anneli, Mark and all the grandchildren at this time.

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16th July 2017:

Kamal Chhibber was presented with the Mike Rogers Trophy by Grannies Chairman, Robert Percival, during the Hurlingham Club fixture.

Well done from the whole club! 

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2nd July 2017:

Grannies come up trumps against old foes/friends. 

 

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25th June 2017:

But then sink a few Harveys in return!

A battle of the youth policies see's the Grannies come off second best on a dramatic day that see's Richard Snowden spill blood  in the Grannies cause. Full match report now in.

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25th June 2017:

A magnificent 8-84 by Stanners was the highlight of the day for the Grannies.

Full match report now available. 

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18th June 2017: The Grannies fell narrowly short against the HAC in an excellent game on a scorching day in The City.
Chasing 280 to win off 43 overs (the HAC innings being notable for some excellent opening bowling from Zaki and Peter, and a chanceless 157* from HAC batsmen Casey thereafter), the Grannies got off to a flier through opener Tom Smith. Smithy's century came up off 62 balls, at which point the team score was 119-1! Despite good support from Chhibber (27) and a late cameo from Gibbons (48*), the Grannies were bowled out just short of their target with 4 overs to go. Thanks to the HAC for another hugely enjoyable afternoon at Armoury House. 

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