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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 63rd season the Grannies has some 350 members, of whom 150 are actively playing.

Grannies contingent tour Pakistan!

7th March 2019

Several Grannies led by our intrepid Chairman have recently toured Pakistan as part of the Bar of England and Wales Cricket Club. 


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6th March 2019: Match Managers, players, and fans please note that the fixture list for 2019 season is now up.

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26th February 2019: A very good turnout of Grannies enjoyed the recent winter lunch on 19th February, held at L'Escargot in London's Soho. It was a very jolly affair and much thanks goes to Creff for organising it so well.

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9th September 2018:

No, not a Royal Wedding but a famous victory over the Royal Household.

 

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8th July 2018: Another victory for the Grannies over BEWCC. Full details in the match report.

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2nd July 2018: The Grannies built a decent total at the Honourable Artillery Company ground in the City of London - thanks to an explosive 86 from stand-in captain Tom Smith - but could not quite spike the home team's big guns in an absorbing contest. 

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7th June 2018: After a few years of being on the receiving end the Dusters came out with one of their talented line ups and gave the Grannies a good shoeing. Great fun as ever. 

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22nd February 2018:

The fixtures for the 2018 season have been published today.

Check out the link in the sidebar for full details. 

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15th January 2018:

To see what really happened on that special night, just click '60th anniversary' under the Home link on the right.

 

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11th January 2018:

Eddie Daffarn has spent recent weeks taking in the Tests at Adelaide, Perth and Melbourne. Whilst at the MCG he spent a day with the Channel 9 team and former Hampshire Captain Mark Nicholas, during which he was able to present Michael Vaughan with his Grannies tie. The former Ashes winning captain had been playing in the recent Rwanda tournament where the Grannies T20 team had played with distinction.  

 

 

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