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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.

A win at last ! Grannies beat the Dusters by 16 runs.

8th June 2017

The Grannies set the Dusters a target of 164 on the road that is the College track and then unleashed 'the best Grannies bowling attack I've ever played with' to quote skipper Sykes. He hasn't played much Grannies cricket. 


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25th May 2017:

Massive congratulations to Larry on completing the 32nd Marathon des Sables in Morocco. In doing so he raised enormous sums for charity and demonstrated the physical conditioning that the Grannies are well known for! Read his full message below. 

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7th April 2017:

The combined team of the Incogniti and the Grannies beat the Free Foresters (inc Creff, Syko, Bewick and Russell all Grannies) to win the Quadrangular Golf Match at Royal Porthcawl. 2.5 to 1.5. 
Retiring captain Geoff Bond wins the trophy for the first time in his last match. 
A total of ten Grannies were involved including Henry Somerset and Adam Newton playing for the MCC as well as those mentioned above for the Foresters or in the photo, Al Gordon, Toby Sykes, James Philpot and Nick Yeates.  

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28th March 2017:

Hoorah! Today wast the first day of the new English season.

The Grannies season start this Thursday with the annual cocktail party.

Corks drawn at 6.00pm at Goodman Derrick, 10 St Bride St, EC4.

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27th March 2017:

Back in October the club celebrated it's Diamond Anniversary.

A full gallery of photographs from that happy night will soon be available. 

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18th June 2016: Grannies of all ages turned out at Parham for a fun day of cricket before walking over to Draff's for the hog roast and celiidh.

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10th June 2016: Debutant match manager Harry Yeates oversaw a solid 20/20 win against the Dusters this evening. Grannies got 165 and then bowled out the Dusters for 140. Good effort. 

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29th May 2016: Joe Brennan knocked off the fifth Grannies ton of the season so far in a tough run chase at Hurlingham. Set 325 we managed 305 for 5 for the draw. Eddie's match report will have all the details. 

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22nd May 2016: Sunshine all morning and then right on cue the heavens opened on Canterbury at 2 o'clock. A couple of hours later we managed to sneak in a quick 25over game with the Grannies batting against some tasty bowling in the rain and the dark. The Stragglers set us a total of 179 to win and we managed 143/1 but not for want of trying. A moral draw was the considered opinion, of the Grannies in the gloom. 

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16th May 2016: Having been set 145 by Castle Hill the Kentish Grannies chased it down for the loss of only five wickets while at Ascott Park Hugo and Co set the Stragglers 300 and then squeeked home with the hosts being all out for 290. Congrats to Chibbs on his 100 and Hugo for not NR'ing having scored his 100.

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