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Very Disappointing!!

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Despite putting notices in all the four changing rooms and on the outside notice board, players are still leaving kit and belongings in the changing rooms.

The biggest offender is Changing room No 1, used mainly by the 1st and 2nd teams. ALL kit (and a full kit bag) have now been removed to the 'lost property box' in the old pavilion and will continue to be removed until players 'get the message'.

It is totally unfair to our cleaner and others using the changing rooms to have kit left from a previous game.

Colin Olliffe - Chairman

 

Cricket Tots

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Just a reminder Cricket Tots has finished now until next season

 

First Aid kit....MISSING....any ideas please?

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The 'red' first aid kit, which is normally kept on top of the fridge/freezer in the CCC kitchen has gone missing....!!

It is very important that we find this urgently, so if you have moved it or know of its whereabouts please call Colin on 07909 978863 or just take it back home!

Many thanks

Last Updated on Friday, 25 July 2014 12:44
 

Congratulations to Adam and Mia

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TWO of our young players, Adam Ede and Mia Thompson, have helped clinch a first ever title for their school. Both made important contributions for Marlborough School on their way to winning the Under 12s county schools championship this week, beating Chipping Norton in the final. Adam took a number of great catches while Mia was not out in her last three innings. In addition, Mia was the only girl in the side, and one of only two girls in the sides they faced in their progress through the leagues to the final. The victory is the first for Marlborough in any of the county school age groups. Congratulations to both!

Scoop

Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 July 2014 08:21
 

Well done to the Charlbury C.C. U 13's bOYS

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Congratulations to U13's boys who finished 3rd in the Gauntlett Goblet Finals day at Abingdon Vale CC on Sunday.

The semi final against Abingdon Vale only got away from them in the last 2 overs. The 3rd and 4th play off game produced our highest batting score of the year to see off Chadlington.

A great performance by all players over the season.

Last Updated on Saturday, 12 July 2014 11:04
 
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