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About us

The Village Cricket Club is a small club based loosely around its roots in North East London. We were formed in 2004 by a bunch of singularly talentless but enthusiastic cricketers...

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We're always on the lookout for new recruits of all abilities. Batsman, bowler, enthusiast, novice; The Village welcomes all. If you're looking to get involved you can shoot us an email, fill in this nice little form or even track us down on twitter.

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Let's be honest, it's the only reason most of us play the game. The chance to slice, dice and disect every inch of your game then talk about it at the pub. That's real cricket.

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Beamers CC (142 all out) lost to The Village (146 for 4) by 6 wickets, 14 September 2019

Cricket/Off Location: Norf Landan. An exceptionally Pretty Cricket Ground which played host to two simultaneous games. Time: 13:00 Commencement period. Weather: Go Global Warming. 26 Degrees Celsius. 78 Degrees Fahrenheit. Sweaty. Match Report: In response to feedback, player ratings have been simplified & the Haiku Remains. HAIKU: Some like it hot, not Village keeps streaking, Ed Ahead Sesh ...

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The Village (260 for 5) beat London Fields (153 all out) by 107 runs, 08 September 2019

We Need To Talk About Cricket Location: Nuclear Silo 4815162342. AKA: Fortress Parliament Hill. London, United Kingdom, Between the toilets, a cafe, & the playing fields. Time: A constant reminder that we are all getting older. Game started at 1300. Weather: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUzs5dlLrm0 (Pleasing. Possibly a sweater day but better than that.) Match Report: In response to my pre...

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London Shabab (211 all out) lost to The Village (212 for 5) by 5 wickets, 31 August 2019

GSK's Swyncombe Avenue played host to the Village's 40 over match against frutily named London Shabab. A quick Google of "Shabab" indicates that we were playing some sort of youth team, generally conceptually bounded at the upper end by the age of 40. As will be explored later, this was not entirely accurate as a man well into his 40s bowled heat in the dark from an end backed by red br...

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