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The Grannies Cricket Club

Welcome to the website of the Grannies Cricket Club..

The Grannies is a club, playing wandering cricket over much of the South of England.

65 years old this year, we have 350 or so members, of whom some 150 are actively playing.


STOP PRESS - New KIT page launched!

29th April 2021

Please note that we have launched a Kit page.  See top right of this page and click to see pictures of kit available for purchase and to place your orders.

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8th March 2021: Match Managers, players and supporters please note that the fixture list for the 2021 season is now up.

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13th September 2020:

Billy Maisey scored what is believed to be the highest ever individual score by a Granny, with a sparkling 192 not out, against the Turks.  Pity he ran out his opening partner, his skipper no less, before he had had a chance to face a ball!

See match report for more details

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5th September 2020: See match report for full story.

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2nd September 2020: In the nine games we have managed to play so far this season, a total of 68 different players have had the enjoyment of a game in Grannies colours that at one time they feared they might not get this year with some excellent games of cricket to boot!

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22nd August 2020:

Jonny Morris becomes the second Grannies' centurion of the far.

See full match report for more details

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9th August 2020: The Grannies won their inaugural match against Tilford.  See match report for more. 

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1st August 2020: Despite a fine century by Andrew DeMestre the Grannies came up short against the OA's at Worth School. Those who witnessed ADM's innings say it was one of the best hundreds you will ever see!

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31st July 2020: The delayed start of the 2020 season produced some very good and entertaining games of cricket but ended in 3 Grannies losses in July, against Armadillos, London New Zealand and Eton Ramblers

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14th July 2020:

Players & candidates are encouraged to express their interest in playing in the remaining fixtures. Contact match managers today! ...

Please note we are also trying to fit in a few more fixtures!

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