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Town Mayor's team well beaten by Marlborough Cricket Club eleven in match to help cricket loving refugees

Written by Tony Millett on .

Town Mayor's team well beaten by Marlborough Cricket Club eleven in match to help cricket loving refugees

The rain held off, the evening sun shone, the Marlborough Cricket Club ground was looking its very best and...

But this is not a detailed report of play during the Wednesday evening (August 3) fixture between a Marlborough Cricket Club eleven and the Town Mayor's team - which from time

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Winning ways: Who called down the freak storm to give Wilcot the advantage over Ramsbury?

Written by Martin Fetherston-Godley on .

The weather was warm but somewhat steamy as a freak storm on Friday night had swept across the ground obliterating the boundary line the skipper had carefully prepared earlier and in a couple of places encroaching on to the wicket under the covers.

With the boundary line restored and

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Wilcot 35 runs short against Royal Wootton Bassett - even with a spectator playing

Written by Martin Fetherston-Godley on .

 

On a cloudy but mostly dry afternoon (June 13), Wilcot travelled to Royal Wootton Bassett. On arrival, the opposition were extremely friendly - unlike the last time we met.  Apparently the main protagonist on that occasion has since had the draconian punishment of being banned from the club and

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Great Bedwyn Cricket Club welcomes its first overseas player - and he's quite keen on a little rain

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Great Bedwyn Cricket Club welcomes its first overseas player - and he's quite keen on a little rain

James Hart is taking a gap year from his mechanical engineering degree at Adelaide University - to play for Great Bedwyn Cricket Club as their overseas player.

The nineteen-year-old from South Australia is Great Bedwyn's first overseas player.  The Club has wanted to put their young local players first. 

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