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Winners of the Middlesex and Essex Invitation League 2009 - 2012

May 08, 2011

Chigwell lose toss and batting at Patcham Place

Rob and Adam are opening the innings in the Beamers Ashes match. 12 without loss after 4 overs. And the sun has just come out.

Chigwell lose toss and batting at Patcham Place

May 03, 2011

Results Round-Up

Chigs have won their first three matches. Russell is top run-scorer so far. In the first league game, we beat Hadley Wood Green on Sunday by 8 wickets, while Orsett beat Pacific. So we are joint top. Hurrah!

Chig results and scorecards here. League tables and results here.

April 15, 2011

Here we go people.. Cricket begins! I wonder what this season has in store for us? Don't forget to comment or update me with your availabilities etc as the season goes on. Good luck Chigs!!
Rob.x

March 24, 2011

2011 Fixtures

The forthcoming season's fixture list is now published. Woo!

For any of our opponents who may be reading - please check that your details tally with ours and let me know if not.

 

February 11, 2011

Islington cricketers banned after smashing the window of a Porsche

Our cricketing friends, Pacific CC, have run into a spot of bother...

Islington cricketers banned after smashing the window of a Porsche | Metro.co.uk.

We hope they will be able to overturn this ridiculous decision by Islington Council before the new season.

January 03, 2011

New Year Statistics

After seeing Hans Rosling's brilliant BBC 4 programme, The Joy Of Stats, I thought I'd try my hand at charting some Chigs batting stats. Here is the result.

Each player is represented by a blob. The size of the blob represents the total runs scored by the batsman during the season. The colour of the blob shows how many 50s the batsman scored, ranging from none (dark blue) to four or more (red).  The vertical axis shows a player's batting average, while the horizontal axis shows how many matches the player played in a given year. There are only two years of data at the moment - 2009 and 2010. You can view each year by moving the slider or clicking the play button at the bottom of the chart. Rolling over the blobs reveals the name of the batsmen; clicking on them keeps them highlighted. Clicking on a player and then pressing the play button will display a trail from earlier to later years, showing how a player has developed. Click and drag to select an area for zooming in. You can also play around with the chart, changing the statistics on each dimension as you wish.

 

October 26, 2010

Pay Up Please...

October 11, 2010

Awards 2009/2010

Congratulations to all who won awards for the last two seasons cricket at our annual dinner last Friday at Aurora Soho.
If you weren't there to enjoy the fun, the awards went like this: 2009 Champagne Moment (re-classified to a Cava moment due to the double-dip;-) went to James Sibley's catch which took us to league victory in the nailbiting decider v Mayfield last year. The booze was awarded to the whole squad who quaffed it without delay even though it was room temp! 2009 President's Cup was awarded to Mr Dave Colwill for scoring a billion runs when it counted!
Champagne moment for 2010 was awarded to Bradley Davis for his hard won debut half century v 9KBW in the bank holiday Imran memorial game.
This years President's Cup was awarded to Robbie Orange for his excellent contribution as part of the formidable 'spin twins', as well as for his solid and dutiful vice captaincy, decent batting and superlative catching!
Well done to all who won and all who played or supported or enjoyed the club in any way over the last few years.... Bring on next season!
Strength&Honour
R.x

October 04, 2010

Music and cricket - the life of Riley for Rob

From the local rag...

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Music and cricket - the life of Riley for Rob

 

September 27, 2010

End of Season

The season came to a melancholy close at Woodford Green on Sunday, in dreary, damp weather that clearly signalled the onset of autumn with nothing but vile football in prospect. We played a 40 over match, with WG batting first and making 240 all out. Chigwell eventually subsided to 155 all out in the 38th over, with Rob O stranded on 48 not out after a cheerful half-century partnership with Brad for the 10th wicket. Other than this, the only other batting of note was 31 from Charlie, before he was carted home by Angela shortly after getting himself out. Whether this was because he had a social engagement to attend or whether it was a punishment for letting off some 'colourful' language in earshot of the genteel Woodford Green spectators is currently unknown.

Earlier, Rob O and Nick finished the season with 45 wickets apiece, after Nick bagged five in the match. Brad finished with 25 for the season after an excellent three wickets in this game. Full season statistics are here. The club Dinner is on Friday 8th. See you there!